*Are women allowed to be mad? Today, Friday, November 18, on “The Real,” the ladies discuss how in today’s society women are not allowed to be angry because they are too often stereotyped as “difficult,” “negative,” and more.


Guest co-host Monica admits she’s had to learn how to control her sassy neck-roll because it could be misread, while co-host, Adrienne Houghton clears up her body language, just because she talks loud and waves her hands when she’s chatting with her hubby Israel; it doesn’t mean she’s mad! And, co-host Loni Love stresses to not judge how she looks; she appears strong, but she’s always the first one to cry!

Plus, “Welcome to Sweetie Pie’s” stars Miss Robbie and Tim Norman serve “The Real” a slice of family drama when they address the elephant in the room and admit the lawsuit is strictly business!


Monica’s Neck-Roll Is For REAL?!

Miss Robbie & Tim Norman Serve A Slice Of Family Drama

Miss Robbie & Tim Norman Serve A Slice Of Family Drama

Jeannie Mai:  You’re [referring to Miss Robbie] him.  You’re [referring to Tim Norman] being sued.  What’s happening?

Tim Norman:  Okay, so she’s got a team.   I’ve got a team.  Her team says one thing.

My team says another thing.  So, the next thing you know, her team is suing me for 100 million dollars.  So, I’m going to tell all you all right now I need to sell 100 million chicken wings, so everyone want to meet me outside…
Miss Robbie:  So he can pay me.

[The Real audience claps.]

Miss Robbie:  So he can pay me.

Jeannie:  Not if you don’t win.

Tim:  Not if I win.  Not if I win.

Loni Love:  What’s your side of the story, Miss Robbie?

Miss Robbie:  My side of the story is Tim and I see different ways of handling business.

I’m a little older.  I say take it a little slower.  He’s younger.  He wants to open up a million restaurants at one time.  Now, don’t forget this is my son and I love him regardless.  If we go out of business tomorrow, this [putting her hand on Tim’s shoulder], is still my family.

[Co-host Adrienne Houghton and The Real audience clap.]

Miss Robbie:  But, sometimes in your life, I mean you’ve heard McDonalds having disputes with

Loni:  Um hmmm.

Miss Robbie:  Business partners.  But that’s what this is, only we are mother and son.  I mean this is something…

Loni:  Is this part of the show?

Miss Robbie:  No, this is for real.

Watch this show — November 17th on The Real — check local listings.


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THE REAL is a daily, one-hour Emmy® nominated talk show on Fox Television Stations and in national syndication (check local listings), with a rebroadcast on cable network BET. Led by bold, diverse and outspoken hosts – Adrienne Houghton, Loni Love, Jeannie Mai and Tamera Mowry-Housley — these women reflect the home audience and unapologetically say what women are actually thinking. Their unique perspectives are brought to life through their candid conversations about topics ranging from their own personal lives to the news of the day to beauty, fashion and relationships. Emmy® nominated for Outstanding Talk Show/Entertainment in its second season, THE REAL is unlike other talk shows, since each of the hosts are admittedly a “work in progress,” and fearlessly invites the viewers into their lives. Their fresh points of view, youthful energy and passion have turned the traditional talk show on its head. Produced by Telepictures Productions and distributed by Warner Bros. Domestic Television Distribution, The Real originates from Los Angeles. Rachel Miskowiec (Good Morning America, Katie, The Tyra Banks Show, Judge Hatchett, The Ricki Lake Show) is Executive Producer.