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Calvin (Lance Gross) and Miranda's (Keisha Knight Pulliam) divorce drama has been bubbling for a while now. The season began with Miranda crying to Janine (Demetria McKinney) about her failed relationship with Calvin and how she wants to mend things now with him, though she is considerably unhappy about the fact that he doesn't help with child support. Miranda tries to engineer a run-in with Calvin and that doesn't go too well as he's more than keen to avoid her. However, things change and plans change. 

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Just a while back, we saw them sharing a kiss, which led most of us to assume that there is a chance that they might reconcile. Nevertheless, in the previous episode, both of them had forgotten about that completely and Calvin brought his new girlfriend, Laura home. However, Laura runs into Miranda who's in the kitchen and it comes up in conversation that the two of them have their eyes on the same prize. Laura decides to back away from the equation, leading to a frustrated Calvin throwing Miranda out of the house. Calvin goes down to CJ and Janine's house, where he vents. They let slip that Miranda might just be stalking Calvin, a thought that seems to be nagging him. He thinks it is a little too convenient that Miranda met Laura and she could have possibly set it up. Could she be petty and stop Calvin from moving on? 

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However, in Episode 11, there's some other drama going down. Ella (Cassi Davis) is rather upset with Curtis's (LaVan Davis) tone and he needs to make it up to her. Going by the synopsis, Miranda will tell Calvin how she feels. "Curtis upsets Ella and must change his tune. Meanwhile, Calvin confronts Miranda about talking to Laura which leads to Miranda telling Calvin how she feels."  Fans would be grateful to hear an apology from Curtis, as for the past weeks, most of them have been complaining about how disrespectful he has been to her. And normally, Ella doesn't let anyone walk away with disrespecting her.

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'Tyler Perry's House Of Payne' airs on BET, Wednesdays at 8 pm.