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Living Single: Glass Ceiling

Kyle receives a promotion, but soon becomes bored and frustrated with his new job. Regine is livid when Max volunteers to pose as a nude model for Regine's artist boyfriend.

Episode Info
Episode number: 3x23
Production Number: 457373
Airdate: Thursday April 04th, 1996

Director: Kim Fields
Writer: Kriss Turner

Guest Stars
Dorien WilsonDorien Wilson
As Rev. Leslie Taylor
Khalil KainKhalil Kain
As Keith
Steven GilbornSteven Gilborn
As Jeffrey Higgins
Natasha PearceNatasha Pearce
As Danielle
Rhona BennettRhona Bennett
As Jordan
Main Cast
Queen LatifahQueen Latifah
As Khadijah James
Kim ColesKim Coles
As Synclaire James Jones
Erika AlexanderErika Alexander
As Maxine Felice "Max" Shaw
Kim FieldsKim Fields
As Regine Hunter
John HentonJohn Henton
As Overton Wakefield Jones
T.C. CarsonT.C. Carson
As Kyle Barker
Episode Quotes
Khadijah: (to Regine) Y'all going to that performance art thing where somebody stands in a vat of beef gravy and reads Moby Dick?

Keith: These are mostly nudes.
Synclaire: Ah, life renderings. Capturing the human spirit. Whoa! Look at the ta-ta's on this one!

Max: Oh...oh yes. I think I know this brother. I think I know him.
Khadijah: Max, you can only see this guy from the waist down.
Max: That's pretty much how the date went.

Max: Sign me up as your next nude model. I vant to be art.
Khadijah: Girl, why don't you just go to the top of the World Trade Center, flash New Jersey, and straight get it out of your system?

Keith: I'm not the one. I'm going out with Regine.
Max: The Bohemian? Or could it be that her love of art isn't nearly as deep as her fear of the power of my nakedness?

Regine: Max, what are you doing? Oh, that's right. Today's the day that my baby is painting stick figures.

Regine: (to Keith) You have to paint her, because I don't know if she could handle yet another man telling her to forget it once he's seen her with her clothes off.

Regine: My goodness, Max. Strippers at marine bases have more shame.

(Regine walks downstairs in black outfit.)
Max: Aah! It's the princess of darkness!

Khadijah: Hey, what's up, Reverend Taylor?
Rev. Taylor: Not your attendance at church.
Synclaire: I wake her up every Sunday morning, but Satan lulls her right back to sleep, sir.

Regine: Wouldn't you like something to drink before you get started?
Max: No. I just want to get naked!

Max: All I know is that when my drawers hit the floor, the meter started. You owe me 35 bucks.
Keith: I didn't even paint you.
Max: Okay. Then you owe me 50 bucks for being a tease.

Cultural References
Khadijah: (to Synclaire) See? I told you this was gonna be better than watching Toy Story for the third time.

Khadijah convinces Synclaire that Max and Regine's argument is more entertaining than a repeat viewing of the 1995 animated hit, featuring the voices of Tom Hanks and Tim Allen.

Khadijah: Y'all going to that performance art thing where somebody stands in a vat of beef gravy and reads Moby Dick?

A reference to the classic 1851 novel by Herman Melville.

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