Diary of a Mad Black Woman

Diary of a Mad Black Woman (2005)

Comedy, Drama, Romance

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Tyler Perry\'s Diary of a Mad Black Woman (The Play)

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Helen McCarter (King) is a loving wife to her successful millionaire husband and attorney, Charles McCarter (Blake). For eighteen years, they have lived in a mansion on the inner part of the city. It appears that Helen is living the perfect life, but things are not as they seem, seeing as how Helen and Charles' marriage seems to be slowly falling apart. Charles father, an elderly mail clerk by the name of Daddy Charles (Perry), talk to Helen, realizing that she is not as happy as she seems. He knows that Helen loves Charles, exclaiming to his son later in the play, " I dunno why she loves you, but she loves you to death." Helen also confides in her friend, Brenda (Robinson), an attorney who also works at Charles' firm, and her mother, Mrytle (Mann), who also thinks that Helen's marriage is still going well. Helen also reveals that Charles has also been abusing her physically after trying to cover up a bruise she received with a story claiming to have " hit herself in the eye with a cabinet door."

As their anniversary approaches, the McCarters continue to argue more and more. Finally, on the night of the anniversary, Charles admits to Helen that he has not been happy for quite sometime, and also tells her that he wants a divorce, revealing that he has been having an affair with another woman, who is Helen's friend Brenda. After humiliating Helen, Charles leaves her, telling her she can have the house.

Helen's grandmother, Mable " Madea" Simmons (Perry), comes to her granddaughter's rescue, giving Helen advice on ways that she can resolve the issue, including murdering Charles. Brenda returns and tells Helen that she " loves Charles very, very much" angering Helen, to the point of holding Brenda at gunpoint. Helen's mother Myrtle shows up and informs Helen that Charles has been paralyzed in an accident, even though Helen does not seem to care. Helen and Myrtle argue for a minute but reconcile shortly afterward.

Meanwhile, Helen receives a package from a delivery man named Orlando (Moore). Helen scolds him for what seems as though trying to flirt with her. Madea then recognizes Orlando in a magazine as a successful and wealthy business owner. Helen apologizes to Orlando, but Orlando blocks her advance, claiming that she is only doing so because she found out that he was rich. Helen finally tells him of her troubles and the two become friends from there on out. Brenda returns once more, this time bringing the paralyzed Charles to Helen, claiming, " That she can't take care of him anymore." Brenda then leaves quickly, but not before being shot by Madea, who exclaims, " I got her, girl. Let me get the hell out!" Helen talks to Charles and laughs at the fact that he is now suffering. She leaves him sitting in the living room for days without feeding and bathing him. Charles begins to apologize and begs to just be left to die, but Helen refuses and tells him that she wants him to suffer for everything that he did to her.

Overtime, Helen begins a relationship with Orlando. And soon, Charles reveals that he isn't paralyzed. Helen signs the divorce papers and prepares to leave with Orlando. But then, realizing that she is still in love with Charles, returns and makes Charles promise to never hurt her again, and the two begin anew. 

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