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Next Friday (11-Jan-2000)

Director: Steve Carr

Writers: Ice Cube; DJ Pooh

Keywords: Comedy, Marijuana, Lottery

Sequel to 1995's Friday follows Craig Jones as he attempts to raise money to save Uncle Elroy's home from foreclosure by any means necessary.

ABSTRACT
Sequel to Friday (1995). Craig Jones, still the same old wisecracking, troublemaking man from South Central he was in Friday, decides to stay at cousin Day-Day and Uncle Elroy's new home in Rancho Cucamonga as a means of avoiding ever-vicious Debo's plans to beat the living daylights out of him. Day-Day and Elroy face their own problems; though they'd recently won the lottery, they now face the prospect of foreclosure thanks to a large amount of unpaid taxes on their home. Craig sets out on a series of ridiculous adventures designed to earn cash to help the pair out of their jam, ones that make his old days in South Central look like a walk in the park.

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Ice Cube
Rapper
15-Jun-1969   N.W.A., Boyz N the Hood
Mike Epps
Actor
18-Nov-1970   Next Friday
Tamala Jones
Actor
12-Nov-1974   Next Friday
Justin Pierce
Actor
21-Mar-1975 10-Jul-2000 Kids
Clifton Powell
Actor
31-Aug-1947   Civil Brand
Sticky Fingaz
Musician
3-Apr-1970   Black Trash
Jacob Vargas
Actor
18-Aug-1971   The Death and Life of Bobby Z
Kym Whitley
Actor
7-Jun-1961   Deliver Us from Eva
John Witherspoon
Comic
27-Jan-1942   Killer Tomatoes Strike Back!

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