A definitive ranking of characters from 'Sister, Sister'
June 19, 2016 at 8:30 am
Sister, Sister is one of the best black sitcoms of all time. The show is about two twin sisters (Tia and Tamera Mowry) who were separated at birth. After running into each other at the mall, their adoptive parents agree to live under the same roof so the girls can get to know each other.
One of the best attributes of Sister, Sister is the sensibility of the characters. Here is a definitive ranking of the best characters on the show:
9. Ray Campbell
Ray (Tim Reid) is Tamera’s adoptive father. Oftentimes playing the role of the more serious guardian, Ray tries to maintain strict rules for Tia and Tamera to follow.
8. Tyreke Scott
Tyreke (RonReaco Lee) is a hard worker and super focused. When he’s not with his girlfriend, Tia, he is working for Ray as a mechanic.
7. Jordan Bennett
Jordan (Deon Richmond) was a total goofball and Tyreke’s closest friend. When he wasn’t scamming his way through his college classes, he was holding hands with Tamera.
6. Jimmy ‘Soupy’ Campbell
Soupy (Sherman Hensley) never had a problem reading his son, Ray. As the cool grandfather, he gave Tamera and Tia incredible advice on life. He was not in the show that often, but when he was, he made everyone laugh.
5. Roger Evans
Roger (Marques Houston) was one of the more determined characters. Refusing to “go home,” Roger played the role of Tia and Tamera’s annoying next door neighbor. When he wasn’t being thrown out of the Campbell-Landry residence, he was thinking of ways to woo his favorite lady-friends.
4. Terrence Winningham
Terrence (Dorien Wilson) is the perfect man for every woman. Terrence was Lisa’s romantic interest. He was the perfect blend of quirky and smart. When he wasn’t cozying up to Lisa, he was hangin’ with Ray.
3. Tamera Campbell
Tamera (Tamera Mowry) was super funny. When she wasn’t trying to figure out ways to get out of taking tests, she was being a great sister.
2. Tia Landry
Tia (Tia Mowry) was the more serious twin. She was laser-focused on school and did not have a problem motivating her sister in her academics.
1. Lisa Landry
Lisa (Jackée Harry) reminds me of my dramatic aunts. She doesn’t have a problem telling Ray about his life or getting Tia and Tamera to have fun. When she isn’t enabling Little Ray (a cat) to annoy Ray, she is finding ways to scam food and finally win a game of poker.