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VILLAIN OF THE WEEK!

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AUGUST 31 – SEPTEMBER 6

When you walk up to an SUV, that's stopped at a traffic light, and blast a guy and his teenage son in the face, you have to be the #1 guy on TV. Ray tried to tell everyone, "You don't f*ck with Cookie Brown!" This guy is a serious problem. Cookie tried to give Lee and Re-Kon a chance to make things right, but they underestimated him. Cookie made an example of Re-Kon and Marvin. That sh*t was so f*cked up! lol

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ABOUT THE CHARACTER

Cookie Brown is a big-time thug who was recently released from prison after years of incarceration. Brown threatens Lee Drexler, who owns Re-Kon, and asks for the rights to the music label's young star, Marvin Gaye Washington. Cookie tells Ray that he gave Re-Kon $30,000 back in the day to help him start the label. He also says that he doesn't want any money, just the kid. Ray gets Re-Kon to agree to give up Marvin, but later he changed his mind. That's when Cookie shows them all why he is not the one to double cross.

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ABOUT THE ACTOR

Omar J. Dorsey is an American actor from Decatur, Georgia. Before Ray Donovan, he was seen in the Fox comedy, Rake. He also appeared in the HBO comedy series, Eastbound & Down, where he played Dontel Benjamin. Dorsey’s other TV credits include roles on television shows such as Bones, Rizzoli & Isles and Castle. In 2009 Dorsey appeared The Blind Side. In 2012, he appeared in Django Unchained. Dorsey portrays James Orange in the upcoming American drama, Selma, which follows the Selma to Montgomery marches.

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