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[12/12/12 - 11:07 AM]
VH1's "T.I. & Tiny: The Family Hustle" Season 2 and "Marrying The Game" Finale Premieres Monday, December 17
Both season closers air back-to-back at 9:00/8:00c and 9:30/8:30c, respectively.

[via press release from VH1]

VH1'S "T.I. & TINY: THE FAMILY HUSTLE" SEASON 2 AND "MARRYING THE GAME" FINALE PREMIERES MONDAY, DECEMBER 17 AT 9PM ET/PT & 9:30PM ET/PT

New York, New York - December 4, 2012 - After a whirlwind of a second season of hustle and bustle, T.I. and his family are taking a break from the game just in time for the holidays with the second season finale of "T.I. & Tiny: The Family Hustle" premiering Monday, December 17 at 9PM on VH1.

Whether it's teaching the kids the value of a dollar, encouraging them to start a business with a lemonade stand, pursuing acting with a home video, or dressing for success, Tip and Tiny proved that family and their children are still their number one priority. Two peas in a pod, Shekinah and Tameka were also back to their shenanigans this season. With a wildly imaginative bucket list, plastic surgery, a colonic, a rabid search for Oprah and a dance off, these two brought the laughter and the fun while they took on the ATL. T.I. took to the stage and prepared for the launch of his new album Trouble Man, proving that nothing can get in the way of his reign as King of the south.

On the season finale, Christmas is just around the corner at the Harris home. As the kids make their lists and check them twice, T.I. can't help but notice the list keeps growing. Concerned the kids don't know how much work goes into paying for their gifts, T.I. combines work with pleasure as he decides to take the whole family on a 24-hour, three city adventure to promote his new album and show the kids what goes into paying for their gifts as a professional working on the road. With their dad being King of the hustle, can the kids survive and maintain their claim for the throne? Find out on the season finale of "T.I. & Tiny: The Family Hustle" premiering Monday, December 17 at 9PM on VH1.

Immediately following "T.I. & Tiny: The Family Hustle" is the finale of "Marrying The Game" at 9:30PM. After eight years of riding an emotional roller coaster, Tiff has realized that the man she wants to marry isn't the man she is with and has to decide if she moves forward with the wedding or not. Will he change or will she have to live with the Game? Tiff and Game try to make the relationship work as Tiff contemplates taking time to see what she wants out of this relationship and life.

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