Praise’s Eve, (Boo! A Madea Halloween), the 17-year-old deceived her dad, escaped her home and corralled a couple of her companions to party at a nearby society.
Too bad, the night did not end well: She was frightened stupid, deceived into trusting one of her closest companions was slaughtered and about kicked out of her home. After the physical, enthusiastic and moral awfulness of that night, Tiffany guaranteed her pops, Brian, that she’d be a pleasant, conscious little girl starting now and into the foreseeable future. She pinkie swore that she’d never make such a progression of imbecilic, disagreeable slip-ups again.
Furthermore, she doesn’t. In fact.
Tiffany doesn’t have to escape her father’s home this year, given the way that Brian and her mom have as of late separated. Why, she’ll simply have a sleepover at Mom’s home, disposing of the need to sneak anyplace. She won’t have to deceive her father, either. She’ll simply overlook one little truth: that her mother, Debrah, plans to release Tiffany and her companions to a throughout the night Halloween party around, say, 12:01 a.m. Also, for what reason not? Tiffany and her companions are 18 now! Develop grown-ups! What could turn out badly?
Also, they absolutely won’t backpedal to that fraternity house for the gathering. No chance, buster. Everybody got much excessively acquainted with created passing, also within genuine correctional facility cells, to commit that error once more. No, this time, the fraternity intends to hold the gathering at Derrick Lake—where 14 teenagers were strangely killed, and the killers were never gotten!
Truly indeedy, I’m happy Tiffany’s taken in her lesson, right?
Tsk-tsk (for Tiffany, at any rate), Madea catches her discussing her Halloween designs and lets the cat out of the bag—or, rather, the confection corn—to Brian. Be that as it may, Brian, rather strangely, flings his hands up in sicken and says his situation is anything but hopeful: Tiffany can do what she needs and go where she’d like.
However, Madea and her framework of cantankerous friends—sibling Joe, Hattie and Aunt Bam—aren’t going to give Brian’s choice a chance to stand. So they heap into Madea’s old Cadillac, resolved to spare Tiffany from both unearthly serial executioners and herself.
Evidently, they didn’t gain much from last Halloween, either.
Brian implies well, however on occasion he is by all accounts battling a losing fight to ingrain a little development into his wonderful, resolved girl.
On Tiffany’s birthday, rather than giving her a much-longed for auto, he gives her a couple of earphones—disclosing to Tiff that she’s not sufficiently capable yet for her own particular arrangement of wheels. (The lesson is undermined when his ex purchases Tiffany an auto rather.) But Tiffany’s mother, Debrah, may likewise have a moment that she discloses to Brian that it’s imperative to give Tiffany a little space to commit a few errors: Yes, she’s unreasonably lenient in Boo 2!, however she understands that 18-year-old young ladies might be excessively old for Brian’s birthday-party petting zoos.
Gabriella, Tiffany’s solitary dependable companion, tries to deter Tiffany from going to the gathering. And keeping in mind that Tiffany in the end contorts Gabriella’s arm to go, she puts forth a valiant effort (uselessly) to limit Tiffany’s most exceedingly terrible senses.
When partygoers start vanishing bafflingly—deserting, no doubt, a lot of blood on occasion—both Gabriella and Tiffany express a want to help each other, instead of skedaddling to spare their own skins.
At the point when a reveler recommends that Gabriella do a couple of alcoholic shots, Gabriella won’t, saying that she’s Christian. What’s more, when that individual reminds Gabriella that Jesus transformed water into wine, Gabriella advises the person to let Jesus well enough alone for the contention.
At the point when Brian chooses to give Tiffany and her companions a chance to go to the gathering, he says that he’ll simply supplicate that she remains safe. (Joe, Brian’s dad with a flawed past, says that is the wrong state of mind: When he was a pimp, he reviews, it was his “representatives” who implored at seeing him.)
As Madea escapes from a man who leaves the lake, she dashes away, rehashing “Help me, Jesus!” again and again. Tiffany and Gabriella go to St. Mary’s Preparatory School.