Picking the most outstanding chapter from R. Kelly’s epic 22-part series is almost like picking a favorite child. The weird-ass surprises just keep on coming, from used condoms hiding in sheets to Rosie the nosy neighbor.
However, we can’t imagine a segment more deserving of Beavis and Butt-Head’s side commentary than Chapter 9, which reveals that R. Kelly’s protagonist, Sylvester, isn’t the only one hiding out in storage. In one of the series’ greatest reveals, we find out that Sylvester’s wife’s jump-off’s wife’s jump-off (still with us?) isn’t just a homewrecker—he’s also a midget, compact enough to take cover in a cupboard. Talk about adding insult to injury.