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All's Well That Ends Well: The Final Episode of Tyler Perry's 'House of Payne'

Updated on August 29, 2012

All's well that ends well. The final episode of Tyler Perry's 'House of Payne' aired on Friday, August 10, 2012 on TBS, and one of the Payne couple's didn't make it. In an ending that may have been a surprise to some, and not so much to others, Calvin and Miranda Payne decided to divorce; well, it was more like Miranda decided for her and Calvin.

In what should have been a night filled with romance and memories, Miranda broke the news to Calvin that she no longer loved him and wanted a divorce. Calvin wouldn't have even known how Miranda felt had he not walked in on her packing her suitcase with roses in a vase. While it wasn't necessarily a surprise to hear Miranda throw up the 'D word,' some viewers remember a few episodes back when she asked for a divorce while on a wedding retreat, it was shocking to hear the once wealthy wife of Calvin Payne tell him that she didn't love him anymore. Her exact words, "I don't love you anymore," and exit.

Although divorce seemed unavoidable for the youngest couple of the Payne family, some of us were pulling for Calvin and Miranda. After seeing the two go through so much, from infidelity to child support issues to Calvin being shot in the chest, we were hoping that the young Paynes would pull through and stick it out for the sake of the children. After all, it was Miranda who said that she was thinking of their children when she decided not to spend quality time with her husband one night. Perhaps she was only thinking of herself and how much she really didn't love Calvin that night? Perhaps.

What do you think? Was Miranda ever in love with Calvin, or was she faking it the whole time? Is it even possible to fall in and out of love with someone?

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      Melanie Williams 7 days ago

      I hated how the show ended. Its 2018 and I still watch the reruns on B.E.T !! I wish they would do a reunion show and tie up the loose ends. I know the Paynes have a new show on the O channel but I haven't seen it and plus its all new characters with only a few from the original show. Please Tyler Perry do a reunion show for us true fans of house of Payne we need closure!!!!

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      Hhf 5 months ago

      I feel like one or two more episodes should have been established beacause that wass hard to see the ending was good but not a good way to end the series

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      HubT 11 months ago

      Series finales should not end on cliffhangers. Fans want the story to be finished. At the end of a finale you should be able to say "the end".

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      Shea 12 months ago

      Miranda was not in love with Calvin because she would have done everything she could to save Calvin Jr. in a fire. Miranda was use to rich men and not men who lived with their parents.

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      Frank Wonder 2 years ago

      I don't like Malik and Jasmine wasn't in the final episode.

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      Veronica 2 years ago

      OMG!!! What a shocker, wow I MEAN THIS WAS THE BEST SHOW EVER CREATED AND HONESTLY I EXPECTED SO MUCH MORE FROM TYLER PERRY. BUT TO TELL U HOW I FEEL I THINK THIS IS THE WORST ENDING OF ALL TIME 4 THE BEST MOVIE EVER MADE I MEAN I ALWAYS WISHED THAT I COULD B APART OF THE PAYNE FAMILY AND I WISHED THAT I COULD HAVE A MARRAGE LIKE ALL OF THEM. I WISH THAT THERE PAYNE WOULD JUST GO AWAY 4 THE FINALE THAT THEY WOULD B TOGETHER 4EVER!!!

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      shika 2 years ago

      I was saddened by it, and this was the worst ending. I felt like he only wasted Miranda and Calvin. They were fighting all the time, and Miranda was being such an ass to Calvin. She was always quick to accuse him. Calvin also did wrong. They both had a lot of flaws, and I felt like their relationship was wasted for nothing. Like they were never meant, even though Calvin felt bad. But Miranda just walked out on him.

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      trusouldj 5 years ago from Indiana

      Some of the best tv shows ever have gone off the air with finales that didn't tie up all of the loose ends. I thought that it was interesting that Tyler did it this way.

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      Simone 5 years ago

      I hate how the ending leaves you in suspense, They definitely should went another season that way the rest of family would find out when they got home from the dinner and more drama from Miranda beginning to date again.

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      5 years ago

      That was the worst ending of a series finale. Is there speculation that Tyler Perry is coming up with a new show focusing on Miranda & Calvin because otherwise to end the series like that was horrible. I strongly feel the show could have gone on for another season.

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