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It was the live telecast of Tyler Perry's Meet the Browns. Or that he was on the brink of dominating the entertainment industry with his self-written allegories on the human spirit. Tyler Perry: So, on your new album that came out Tuesday, that People Magazine named the sexiest album of the year, you have a song called Celibacy. If that's the type of people and characters that we are, I found it very impressive that it was important that we were modeling at least certain types of behavior that other people would listen to and would emulate. Sharon Leal: I think part of Tyler's appeal, the reason he's so loved and his fan base is so huge, is because it's undeniable. If you go to his website, he writes letters personally to his fans and gives them an opportunity to talk. Whatever it's going to be, let it be." It turned out to be this great movie. Which was being aired on the local bible channel for free. Imagine my surprise, here, some five years later, when I sat down in front of the man in person. I think if you are a director, and you are very controlling, you wouldn't want that to happen. When you talk about Celibacy, did you use the words? He cares about what we're all going through as a community. Whether ten people see it or a hundred people see it, it is an amazing film. And there weren't any challenges that I can think of. Give me five more, and I'll be able to hang with some of the big guys. We found it funny because, a few short hours before passing out on a heap of shattered Christmas tree ornaments, we'd concocted a liquor drink we'd dubbed "On the Town Brown". Now, this strange black man in drag was carrying on that gut punch line from the night before. Pondering the fact that he has since become a multi-million dollar institution within himself. But for this kind of piece, and if all of us our friends, you should give them that power. It's amazing to have someone that is in tune and that is caring and wants to bring important issues to help people get through. Every film I learn a little bit, and every film I grow a little bit. With this movie, I felt free enough, and had enough fun to make it what it is. Perry was on hand to celebrate and discuss his forth theatrical feature Tyler Perry's Seated at the long table with him were most of his cast, a capable and funny group of supporting players that have elevated this, his current dramatic comedy, into the hard to reach realm of erstwhile cinema. I think there are certain moments that you just have to let happen. You still have the ability to edit it if you don't like it. Jill, how did you manage to transition from a musician to an actor? When I write a song, I tap into the emotion and the feeling, and then I use the emotion to write the words. Lamman Rucker: You guys keep talking about relationships. Denise, where did you find the momentum to play this particular vixen? Based on one of his live stage plays, Tyler Perry's explores that very question. There was one scene, in the bathroom, at the end, with Jill. Because if you are a person who is in tune with people, you can tell by their body language that they are wanting more. One of the things that he has nailed is finding that honesty and that communication. We tease each other and we give each other a hard time, but I know that he is the boss just the same. Jill Scott: It is about a different kind of reflection. But to see people who are established, and married, and working at it, that is a reality for a lot of us. Tasha Smith: I can honestly tell you that there wasn't one on this entire film. : Seriously, if you're honest, she's a character that you are going to love to hate. And, of course, the Angela character just puts her in a position. She comes in trying to be sly with it, but later it is just so obvious and in your face that all of the secrets come out. I'm showing him shirts, but he doesn't buy anything. " I said, "Nothing." And he tells me he is putting on a play.