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Three high-powered African-American couples come together to help the thriving city of Huntsville, Ala., continue to grow in "Love & Marriage: Huntsville." The couples are longtime friends and avid socialites with very strong points of view. They help the town grow with their real estate venture, the Comeback Group, as they strive to face the realities of love and marriage while striving for success.

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Three high-powered couples come together for a joint real estate venture, the Comeback Group, in Huntsville, Ala.
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The couples start to have their own issues: Melody defends her name, marriage and brand; Tisha puts herself as a priority, much to Marsau's dismay; as Kimmi settles into married life, Maurice begins to campaign for her to make a big change.
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Martell tries to make amends with Melody's brother but still holds a grudge about the infidelity; the whole family rushes to the ER when Melody's doctor decides to induce labor; Tisha crashes Melody's launch party with shocking results.
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Days away from giving birth, Melody throws a baby shower that doesn't include LaTisha and Marsau but does include a horse-drawn carriage and plenty of shade thrown at Kimmi; Martell's therapist tries to reconnect him with someone from his past.
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The Holts and the Scotts go toe-to-toe about the jaw-dropping season; as Martell's mom, Melody's mom and Tisha's mom hit the stage, viewers find out if the Holts will throw their marriage away or renew their love with a new baby in tow.
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The Holts and the Scotts face each other for the first time since the cameras stopped rolling; Egypt Sherrod gets to the heart of some of their juiciest secrets.
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Despite their marriage being on the rocks, the Holts hold a party to reveal the baby's gender; Marsau is shocked to learn that LaTisha has a secret savings account; Kimmi is annoyed with Maurice for leaving her out of important decisions.
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Martell makes a social media post that pushes Melody to file for divorce; Marsau, Maurice and Ceddaric get vasectomies; Kimmi surprise Maurice with a sexy nurse's uniform; Tisha complains to Marsau that she feels abandoned.
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While Melody tries to reinvent her look, Martell reconnects with his father; Marsau and his mother-in-law, Wanda, lock horns; Kimmi hosts a charity event without the Comeback Group, which is getting derailed by Martell and Melody's marital problems.
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With a new baby on the way, Mel and Martell attend couples' therapy; frustrated with the lack of activity in the Comeback Group, Kimmi decides to set up her own charity event; the Holts host a game night; Tisha and Kimmi's friendship is tested.
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Maurice continues his plans to move Kiuwha and Monster to Huntsville despite Kimmi's concerns; Melody contemplates divorce amidst her pregnancy; Latisha struggles to juggle her family dynamics with her mother and husband.
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Melody reveals she is pregnant to Martell; Latisha fights with Melody over perpetuating the rumor that Marsau cheats; Maurice tries to appease Kimmi but is determined to get his son to Huntsville.
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During their annual cabin trip, tension escalates with a game gone wrong; Marsau and Martell lay their issues on the table; Maurice tells Kimmi he invited his ex-wife to move to Huntsville; Melody blames the men for Martell's cheating.
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The Comeback Group prepares to take a cabin trip to mend their broken friendship; unbeknownst to Kimmi, Maurice invites his ex-wife and her husband.
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The Holts and the Scotts are at odds with the future of the Comeback Group as Melody wishes to dissolve it; Latisha tells her mom that Martell is spreading a rumor that Marsau has 20 girlfriends.
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Martell moves upstairs in an effort to save his marriage; Melody keeps up appearances at a photo shoot; Maurice makes plans to move his son to Huntsville; Marsau tells Latisha about the rumor Martell is spreading about him having 20 girlfriends.
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Melody decides to meet with a divorce attorney; Martell seeks counseling to figure out why he's been unfaithful; Kimmi and Maurice try to reunite the Comeback Group; Latisha bristles over comments the Holts have been making about her family.
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Before Martell heads into surgery, Melody drops the bomb that things will be changing once he is fully recovered; the Comeback Group is on the brink of collapse; Tisha's quest to become a working mother may finally upend her marriage.
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Kimmi and Maurice sit down for the first time since the reunion to dish on the highs and lows from Season 1; they reveal exclusive details surrounding their wedding day and Monster's big move, plus preview what's in store for Season 2.
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In all-new interviews, Melody and Martell give viewers the inside scoop of what really happened behind-the-scenes of Season 1.
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Three high-powered couples come together for a joint real estate venture, the Comeback Group, in Huntsville, Ala.

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