I cringed whenever the guy spoke who was given a check for $10,000 and was disappointed to see him buy a car with the money.
ITA. I got distracted counting how many times he said, "You know what I sayin'?" I, too, was disappointed in seeing him spend all of the money on a car (IMO, partially under the guise of chauferring the kids around). He could've bought a used-yet-reliable car for less than that.
Regarding last night's episode, Ali Brown's face looked familiar, but I couldn't figure out if I'd seen her on another show or if she resembled someone. I liked the women's shelter, so I'm glad she gave them a big donation. I hope that along with the emotional support of the home and getting their education, they'll be able to support themselves in the future. The Beauty Bus was a great charity, too.
I didn't quite get the the homeless youth on Venice Beach. Do they just decide that they want to live off of donations instead of working? There were 3 kids holding up signs with pretty smartass remarks. One said something like "All I want is a cold beer." Another something like, "Be happy I'm not your kid." I could swear another news show like 60 minutes had a segment on the homelessness in Venice Beach and it was portrayed like a big chunk of the homeless liked living on handouts. If I find a link, I'll come back and post it.
Clearly, Dre wasn't just lazy. He had a huge drug problem and I'm glad he recovered. I kind of hoped Ali would've given him a small check just for him.