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Preachers of L.A. is back tonight with an all new episode and we have a sneak peek clip for you! 

Tonight Bishop Ron Gibson and his wife LaVette head to Compton, hoping to save his sister from a dope house.  Bishop made it out of the hood, but his sister is still struggling there with her addiction.  Things get a little heated and she's not happy to see the cameras rolling as she explains feeling ill from using heroin.

Tune in tonight (because Omarosa said so!) and come back tomorrow for Lauren's take on the new episode! If you've missed any episodes, catch up on the previous weeks here, here and here! 

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Just like with every reality show, we're slowly learning more and more about the men featured on Preacher's of L.A., and, of course, we're figuring out which ones we like and which ones tend to grate on our nerves a bit (or a lot!). As these men of God drive around in their Bentleys and Escalades and travel the globe with personal massage therapists and body guards, it's hard not to be a bit skeptical.

On the first episode, Bishop Clarence McClendon and gospel star Deitrick Haddon got into a heated discussion about the former's need for a massive entourage. Seriously, the man is one personal umbrella holder shy of being P. Diddy. Now, Clarence is hoping to clarify his points and clear up any misconceptions they viewers may have about him.  It's rich, people (although not as rich as he is!).

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Think we're the only ones watching the heavenly hoopla that is Preachers of L.A.? Of course not!  The reality show has gotten people talking about praise, prayer, and prosperity preachers who seem to be making more money than God through their ministries.

Reality star veteran Omarosa is also urging viewers to tune into Oxygen's latest offering. The former Apprentice villain is no stranger to non-scripted drama, and she is also now an assistant pastor at a Baptist Church.

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Last night's Preachers of L.A. was all about the ladies! While Deitrick Haddon and his fiance Dominique planned for their big day (so they could finally live under the same roof without "shackin"), Pastor Ron Gibson and his wife LaVette took it upon themselves to pray over Noel Jones and his friendship with LorettaClarence McClendon missed the party, but Jay Haizlip's  wife Christy and Wayne Chaney's first lady Myesha began to forge a fledgling friendship.

Well hello, Wayne!  We missed you last week!  His wife Myesha is hanging a poster of herself in his office, and she's hosting a tea party for pastors' wives. She wants to create a community of first ladies in the church. Not shockingly, all of the prosperity preachers' ladies are on guest list, although Myesha is on the fence about Noel's "friend" Loretta. You know, because Noel claims she's just a friend, yeah he claims she's just a friend (Oh, baby, you…you got what I nee-eed). Meanwhile, Ron is shoe shopping with some gang members to get them some proper church shoes. He wants Rick Dogg to see that there is so much to living running the streets.

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Tomorrow is an all new episode of Preachers of L.A. and it will be all about the wives!

Referred to as "First Ladies" in the church, they are often the backbone of their husband's careers. Tomorrow Pastor Cheney's wife Myesha hosts a first ever Tea Party for Pastor’s Wives.

Below are some sneak peaks of tomorrow's episode. And of course, you can catch up with all the Preachers drama with Reality Tea's recaps

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Well, we're back for round two of Preachers of L.A.! Clarence McClendon was too busy counting money Scrooge McDuck-style with his butler to make much of an appearance, while Noel Jones was all about family and females…or one female in particular. Ron Gibson took it upon himself to provide premarital counseling to Deitrick Haddon and his fiance, but we all know Deitrick doesn't like being told what to do. Thank God for Jay Haizlip for having a story that isn't just superficial and putting aside his bravado to reach out to someone who many would shun. As for Wayne Chaney, has he already given up on this gig?

After last week's explosion in the Man Cave between Deitrick and Clarence over respect, bedazzled jeans, whether a Ferrari trumps a Porsche, and poor people, Deitrick is talking to fiance Dominique about how to rectify the situation. The pair is in the studio, and Deitrick feels that Clarence didn't like being challenged. Dominique hopes that Deitrick can swallow his pride and make amends. Meanwhile, Clarence arrives at Noel's home to share his take on the events. Clarence wonders why Deitrick thinks it is alright to tell him how to run his ministry. Noel understands completely…an entourage isn't a bad thing. Sidebar, who was Dwayne Wayne's best friend on A Different World? Can we be totally sure he didn't leave acting to become an evangelical pastor named Clarence? #IMDB

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Preachers of L.A. is hoping to be considered a positive reality show that is more about substance and message than about bickering, drama, and flash.

Breakout star Deitrick Haddon, a gospel singer and inspiring preacher, says he was more than aware of the negative connotations association with reality TV but felt he could overcome that obstacle to tell an inspiring story. "You can't live your life according to what has been or what has passed. It's up to you to redefine the situation," he explains to Essence. "I definitely knew there was a negative history on reality shows. But I knew that this show would kind of change the game because it's about preachers. Preachers are people who have a certain standard about themselves and they are people of integrity." 

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Last night was the premiere of Oxygen's Preachers of L.A.  To be honest, I am not really sure what to think. One guy looks like Billy Dee Williams and used to fancy the angel dust. I swear another one of the ministers is twins with D.J. Drew from Love & Hip Hop. They all drive ridiculously expensive luxury sports cars, and they appear to have more money than God.  Pun clearly intended.

I am extremely intrigued by the entire premise of the show.  It's likely going to be very controversial, and I apologize in advance if I offend anyone with my attempts to recap–and snark–on a show about men of the cloth.

We are first introduced to Bishop Dietrick Haddon.  He describes himself as "a preacher, a pastor, a gospel entertainer, and a Grammy nominee."  Impressive! He was called to minister at a young age, and he preached his first sermon at age eleven.

Dietrick married young and went through a contentious divorce. In the midst of the dramatic split, Dietrick relocated from Detroit to Los Angeles where he met Dominique. Soon after they started dating, Dominique became pregnant. Not yet divorced and fathering a child out of wedlock, Dietrick believed he had two strikes against him.  Now engaged to Dominique, he is working on making his choir an international success.

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