What has she learnt, what makes her happy about playing this role?
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She comes clean to Monique who almost beats her up for lying and taking a loan from a shylock
She has a background in music and this is realized when Aziza stumbles into her music room.
It is a good thing and at the same time it makes the writers of the show look lazy as they are not sourcing their own creativity to actually make the show interesting
The show tried discussing celebrities and backstabbing with friends two good themes but ended up with a glaring story problem.
The show is just relying on Shiti’s humor and Nkirote and Crotus’ love triangle.
He definitely does not trust Camilla or her mother with her daughter but what will he do?
The mchongoano session was revolutionary for me because we see this on comedy shows but we never see such face off’s that much.
The show threw a bombshell twist but then seems to want to play safe with it.
Phapha’s really funny accent and his largely funny answers which are always off the topic made the show worthwile. However this week’s show was a bit unfeeling and didn’t really check all the boxes.
Generally the show has managed to harness some sot of energy to keep it trending for a while.
The Tima looks like he is interested in Sue.
The writers of the show seem to be playing themselves into the predictability of Kenyan comedy shows. The characters rarely experience any changes in the way they grow both socially and economically. This makes them rotate round in circles.
You could have thought Chiku would be happy living in Malkia Fay’s mansion but week in week out she seems to be getting angrier
The Tima has a date but will he seal the deal meanwhile Kigo gets to be a therapist