Girlfriends (2000–2008) is an American sitcom created by Mara Brock Akil and produced by Kelsey Grammer. The show's original premise centered around the lives of four African American women in Los Angeles, California. Its spin-off, The Game, premiered in 2006.
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"Toe Sucking" [1.01]Edit
- Maya Denise Wilkes: [opening line, answering the phone] Joan Clayton's office. Um, she's not in right now. Uh, huh. Okay, I—cah—can I say this? I-I would love to take a detailed message, I really would, but then there's be no need for our expensive voice mail system. [laughing] Right? [abruptly ceases laughing] Transfer.
- Tracee Ellis Ross — Joan Carol Clayton
- Golden Brooks — Maya Denise Wilkes
- Persia White — Lynn Ann Searcy
- Jill Marie Jones — Antoinette "Toni" Marie Childs Garrett
- Reggie Hayes — William Jerrowme Dent
- Keesha Sharp — Monica Charles Brooks-Dent
- Flex Alexander — Darnell Leroy Wilkes (Season 1)
- Khalil Kain — Darnell Leroy Wilkes (Seasons 2–8)
- Tanner Scott Richards — Jabari Leroy Wilkes (Seasons 1–6)
- Kendré Berry — Jabari Leroy Wilkes (Seasons 7–8)