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One On One: Double Trouble

Breanna regrets lifting the ban on dates in the house when Arnaz brings his latest girlfriend to the house. Meanwhile Breanna's Uncle Kevin and Darius try to sell his products in Los Angeles.

Episode Info  

Episode number: 5x20
Production Number: 520
Airdate: Monday May 01st, 2006

Director: Ken Whittingham
Writer: Eric Lapidus

Guest Stars
B.J. BrittB.J. Britt
As Calvin
Marques HoustonMarques Houston
As Kevin Barnes
As Darius
As Himself
Main Cast
Kyla PrattKyla Pratt
As Breanna Barnes
Robert RiRobert Ri'chard
As Arnaz Ballard
Jonathan ChaseJonathan Chase
As Cash Bagan
Camille ManaCamille Mana
As Lisa Sanchez
Nicole PaggiNicole Paggi
As Sara Crawford
Ray JRay J
As Darrell "D-Money" McGinty
Episode Notes
UPN's press release for this episode listed Marques Houston and Omarion as real life brothers. They are not real life brothers.

First appearance of Kevin since season 3. He wasn't mentioned at all during season 4.

Omarion played another character on the series during the second season named Nyghtmare. One would have to wonder are they the same person merged into one person.

Lisa finally has a guy that likes her (Darius).

Episode Goofs
Kevin Barnes:
Calls Breanna and Arnaz kids, yet in reality Marques is only 2 years older than Robert Richard.

Episode References
Just for Me:
Hair care products that Omarion once did ads for.

McDonalds & Calvin:
McDonalds did a series of commercials featuring Eric Ty Hodges as Calvin.

One Wish:
Is a song by Ray J.

Other Episode Crew

CreatorEunetta T. Boone
Executive ProducerDavid Janollari  |  Robert Greenblatt  |  David Hoge  |  Dan Cross
Co-Executive ProducerFlex Alexander
Co-ProducerFlex Alexander
MusicJamey Jazz
HairstylistTheraesa Rivers
OtherHelen Geier (Casting Assistant)  |  Kyla Pratt (Vocals on theme song S05 only)
Boom OperatorMark Musella
Main Title Theme Performed ByTonex  |  Shanice
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