Soul Food: Season 3 (2002)


Season 3
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Air date: Jun 26, 2002

Bird and Lem try to get Maxine and Kenny back together; Damon is haunted by the ghost of suicide victim Christine (Anais Granofsky); Teri accepts an offer from an N.Y.C. law firm. Ludacris appears as himself. Katherine: Faye Dunaway. Shauna: Star Jones.

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Air date: Jul 3, 2002

After an intruder breaks into the house, Maxine considers arming herself with a gun; Ahmad believes that a teacher has violated his rights; Teri lands a high-powered media mogul (Rip Torn) as a new client; Damon grapples with the ghost of Christine.

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Air date: Jul 10, 2002

Taking things slowly, estranged couple Kenny and Maxine decide to go on a date; Teri and Damon open up to each other; Bird learns some disturbing news about a former high-school teacher with whom she had an affair. R&B singer Musiq Soulchild performs.

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Air date: Jul 17, 2002

Lem attempts to help an old friend (Charles Malik Whitfield) stay on the straight and narrow; Bird enters a hair-styling show and allows Ahmad to film the event for a class project; Brian's true feeling for Teri begin to come to the fore; and Maxine discovers that Damon's client likes to fool around. Marks: Michael Warren. Zeke: Scott McCord. Tucker: John-Patrick Mavrik.

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Air date: Jul 24, 2002

Lem and Kenny bang heads over Lem's involvement with an auto-repair shop; Teri and Damon's relationship continues to be rocky; Maxine takes a job at a shelter for battered women and is upset when Kenny doesn't support her decision.

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Air date: Aug 4, 2002

Maxine invites Kenny to move back home; Bird loses, then regains a makeover segment on a local Chicago TV show; Teri misreads between the lines of a suit that she's settled for a high-profile client. Eva: Terri J. Vaughn. Wayne: Christopher B. Duncan. Kinswood: Ken Pogue.

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Air date: Aug 7, 2002

Ahmad witnesses a drug-related killing and worries that the shooters may have ID'd him; Damon's client (John-Patrick Mavric) crashes at Teri's when his wife evicts him. Alexis: Tulsi. Lynette: Debbi Morgan. Marks: Michael Warren. Lawrence: Derwin Phillips. Tony: Bobby Manning. Blue: Leon Amour. Blaylock: Edga George.

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Air date: Aug 14, 2002

A visit to a marriage counselor plus some advice from Lem and Damon lead Kenny to propose to Maxine that they renew their wedding vows; and Bird and Lem get new neighbors: a white couple (J.D. Nicholsen, Wendy Lyon) with a houseful of pets and children and a penchant for causing a ruckus in the early morning hours.

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Air date: Aug 21, 2002

Bird's plans to remodel the house hit a nerve with her two sisters. And Ahmad and Reggie (Kevin Grant) decide to try out for the high-school football team, but first must get the idea past their parents.

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Air date: Aug 28, 2002

A new job offer tests Damon as to just how far he is willing to go; Maxine puts her job in jeopardy when she bends the rules to get a woman into the New Start Program. Also, Damon and Teri's relationship comes to a crossroads. Kimberly Elise, Larry Marshall.

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Critic Reviews for Soul Food Season 3

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It's a solid, well-produced show about three sisters -- and while you won't find the shocking exploits of the girls in Sex And The City, you will find some of the same relationship angst. And men with great butts in the shower.

Sep 4, 2019 | Full Review…

It's raw drama, spiced up by strong acting, pretty faces and creative writing.

Sep 4, 2019 | Full Review…

Except for the naked shower business at the beginning and rap-star showcasing at the end, Soul Food, like any good night soap, makes it easy to get wrapped up in these people's problems.

Sep 4, 2019 | Full Review…

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