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Wayne Brady leads the Black Squad; and Paul Wall performs.


Episode Info


Episode number: 2x9
Airdate: Thursday March 30th, 2006



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Guest Stars
Paul WallPaul Wall
As Himself
Recurring
Wayne BradyWayne Brady
As Himself
Episode Notes
  • Round One: Before and After
  • Round Two: Dictionary
  • Round Three: R & Beef
  • Bonus Round: Wildstyle

In this episode, a skit aired called The Wiggers (a parody of The Wiggles), that features four caucasion men in different colors, that pretend to act as if they are Black, mocking many caucasion celebrities, such as Eminem, Justin Timberlake, and more.
Coincedentally, Paul Wall, a caucasion rapper, performed live on this episode.

Red Squad
Mikey Day
Christine Lakin
Scruncho
Katt Williams
Shenika Williams

Black Squad
Cameron Goodman
Spanky Hayes
Corey Holcomb
Nic Nac
Leonard Robinson

This episode marks the first appearance of new cast members Scruncho and Shenika Williams. This is also Williams' only appearance, while Scruncho went on to appear in "Episode #20".



Music
ArtistSong TitlePlayed When
Paul WallWhat You Know 


Episode Quotes
Nick: (to Wayne Brady) You may be tryin' to front like your career is bigger than mine, but the only thing you have bigger than mine is your hair line!

Mikey: (to Wayne Brady) Why you dissin' my team, and droppin' bombs? You got street cred -- with soccer moms.

Wayne Brady: (responding to Mikey Day) It's the bomb. I been with a soccer mom -- your mom!

Wayne Brady: (responding to Nick Cannon) My joint got cancelled. It was sad, believe me, but my show was on a big network -- not MTV.

Nick: (to Wayne Brady) Your show got cancelled!

Katt: (to Wayne Brady) Hickory-dickory-dock. Your girl was on my c*ck! She came to my house, I turned her out, and now she sells my r*cks!

Nick: (in "Dictionary") Oddessy. Ya hono' oddessy nothin'!



Cultural References
Wayne Brady: I made my living doing improv...

This is a nod to the shows Whose Line is it Anyway?, The Wayne Brady Show, and others.

The Wiggers

This is an obvious parody of The Wiggles. In The Wiggers, the four characters dress in different colors, while wearing fake silver necklaces, along with du-rags.



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