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Dontwannabebothered; Tichina Arnold (2008's "Drillbit Taylor") as blind student Ray's passive-aggressive mamma; and the warm, wonderful Ellia English (2007's "Good Luck Chuck") as the train passenger who gets more than she bargained for from listening to Megan's woes.

Less welcome is David Alan Grier (2006's "Little Man"), who doesn't get one laugh as the oversized, "Dreamgirls"-singing Sugar Bear.

Cast: Shoshana Bush, Damon Wayans Jr., Essence Atkins, Shawn Wayans, Marlon Wayans, David Alan Grier, Amy Sedaris, Brennan Hillard, Chelsea Makela, George Gore II, Christina Murphy, Affion Crockett, Ross Thomas, Yves Lola St.

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Dontwannabebothered (Kim Wayans), that her office hours last for three minutes every leap year before sneaking away as Megan tries to confide in her. Cameltoé (Amy Sedaris), is a punishing, overly critical type who moves down her line of students tossing insults at every one of them.

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Vil) so that they can make her look more attractive in comparison, Essence Atkins (2003's "Deliver Us from Eva") is a scene-stealing spitfire reminiscent of Regina Hall's Brenda in "Scary Movie." Charity's extreme fashion makeover of Megan in preparation for going to Club Violence is one of the comic highlights. Cameltoé, the invaluable Amy Sedaris (2008's "Snow Angels") delights in her name-says-it-all role, and even gets a chance to beatbox with musical backup from, let's just say, a part of the anatomy.

Other performers with even more fleeting screen time are just as memorable, particularly Kim Wayans' (2002's "Juwanna Mann") priceless turn as school principal Ms.

Charity prides herself on being a hands-on single mother by devouring a parenting guide written by Britney Spears, taking her infant son to school and hanging him in her locker during classes, and accompanying the child to the doctor when he fails to wear a condom and gets crabs.

And when Thomas takes Megan on a date, she is terrorized by being forced to sit through the Joffrey Ballet's production of "Your Momma Died in a Car Crash." All of this, and much more, is stupendously funny in the moment, and predictably surrounded by references to everything from "Flashdance" to "Save the Last Dance" to "Step Up" to "Roll Bounce." Ironically, it is the dance sequences that are the least effective, seemingly arising out of obligation rather than because they are truly necessary. ") is a new talent who, like Anna Faris in "Scary Movie," could potentially go on to a solid career after this.

Besides being memorable, domains are unique: This is the one and only name of it's kind.

Vil) so that they can make her look more attractive in comparison, Essence Atkins (2003's "Deliver Us from Eva") is a scene-stealing spitfire reminiscent of Regina Hall's Brenda in "Scary Movie." Charity's extreme fashion makeover of Megan in preparation for going to Club Violence is one of the comic highlights. Cameltoé, the invaluable Amy Sedaris (2008's "Snow Angels") delights in her name-says-it-all role, and even gets a chance to beatbox with musical backup from, let's just say, a part of the anatomy.

Other performers with even more fleeting screen time are just as memorable, particularly Kim Wayans' (2002's "Juwanna Mann") priceless turn as school principal Ms.

Charity prides herself on being a hands-on single mother by devouring a parenting guide written by Britney Spears, taking her infant son to school and hanging him in her locker during classes, and accompanying the child to the doctor when he fails to wear a condom and gets crabs.

And when Thomas takes Megan on a date, she is terrorized by being forced to sit through the Joffrey Ballet's production of "Your Momma Died in a Car Crash." All of this, and much more, is stupendously funny in the moment, and predictably surrounded by references to everything from "Flashdance" to "Save the Last Dance" to "Step Up" to "Roll Bounce." Ironically, it is the dance sequences that are the least effective, seemingly arising out of obligation rather than because they are truly necessary. ") is a new talent who, like Anna Faris in "Scary Movie," could potentially go on to a solid career after this.

There isn't a character (or audience member) safe from ridicule.