Soul Food: Season 5 (2004)


Season 5
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Air date: Feb 25, 2004

An FBI agent (Jim Brown) leans on Lem in an attempt to get to Baron (Michael Warren); and Ahmad is placed in police custody as a suspect in a purse snatching. Also, Teri sleeps with a client (Laz Alonso) and her sisters find out. Parelli: C. David Johnson.

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Air date: Mar 3, 2004

Teri continues to try and deal with her breakup with Damon; and a local politician gets an earful from a sharp-tongued Bird. Also, Maxine approaches a well-known educator to help teach her daughter to read.

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Air date: Mar 10, 2004

A visit from Kenny's brother reopens old family wounds; FBI agent Willie White (Jim Brown) pressures Lem to give up Baron (Michael Warren). Also, there are further developments resulting from Ahmad's false arrest.

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Air date: Mar 17, 2004

Damon's mother visits Teri to get back her son's engagement ring; Maxine is offered a full-time job at work, which doesn't sit well with Kenny.

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Air date: Mar 24, 2004

Brian turns up at the right place and the right time for Teri; Kenny's towing business is used as the location for an adult movie; Ahmad questions his racial preferences.

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Air date: Mar 31, 2004

FBI agent Willie White (Jim Brown) continues to pressure Lem to give up Baron (Michael Warren); Teri decides what to do about her relationship with Brian; Malik proves to be quite a test to Maxine's fidelity.

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Air date: Apr 7, 2004

After Bird is kidnapped, Lem---and Lem alone---has 48 hours to negotiate her release; meanwhile, Maxine has concerns about Amina's influence on Ahmad. Also, Teri's mistaking Charles's daughter for his girlfriend leads to some embarrassing moments.

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Air date: Apr 14, 2004

Maxine's surprise party for Kenny proves to have more surprises in store than anyone expected when his brother (Hill Harper) turns up and announces he is HIV-positive. Not only is the afflicted man worried about dying, but he's also concerned about all the women he may have infected.

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Air date: Apr 21, 2004

Mama Joe's birthday is the occasion for a horrible argument among the sisters; Bird and Lem's relationship hits a serious snag, with each of them seeking solace with another partner.

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Air date: Apr 28, 2004

Lem discovers Bird with Malik; Teri's career has an impact on her and Charles' relationship; Kenny learns that being a repo man has a downside.

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Cast & Crew

Nicole Ari Parker
Teri Joseph
Rockmond Dunbar
Kenny Chadway
Boris Kodjoe
Damon Carter
Vanessa Williams
Maxine Chadway
Aaron Meeks
Ahmad Chadway
Malinda Williams
Tracy "Bird" Van Adams
Felicia D. Henderson
Executive Producer
Robert Teitel
Executive Producer
Tracey E. Edmonds
Executive Producer
George Tillman Jr.
Executive Producer
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Critic Reviews for Soul Food Season 5

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Soul Food hasn't been without missteps for the past four years, but it has inevitably found ways to surprise and touch us. There's no reason not to keep the faith for this final season.

Sep 4, 2019 | Full Review…

At least executive producer Tracy E. Edmonds can take comfort in the notion that Soul Food is going out in top form, having created a high-quality family drama -- one that happens to have an all-black cast.

Sep 4, 2019 | Full Review…

[Soul Food] brings something to TV that is rarely there in shows about characters of any race. It takes seriously the trials of family life without having to peer through the prism of a "lawyer show" or a "cop show."

Sep 4, 2019 | Full Review…

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