Shawn and Marlon invite Grandma to move in, but then plot to get her out.
Shawn falls in with a yuppie crowd, spurning his old pals from the 'hood and masquerading as a business executive, until Marlon sets out to downsize his ego.
Marlon lands the lead in a series of malt-liquor commercials, but things start to brew when he portrays the ghetto stereotype.
The brothers make up a family sob story and win $5,000 in a magazine's Wish of the Year contest, but they have to stage their performance when a reporter comes to check on the story.
Dee's sister, Natalie, thinks about giving up her career in the Air Force to be with Marlon.
Marlon meets a young thrill-seeking women on the net and Shawn falls for an older woman.
Shawn becomes Marlon's agent and begins demanding ridiculous things, so that Marlon receives the full star treatment.
When Marlon's apartment is burglarized, he suspects it's T.C., after rebuffing T.C.'s plea for a loan.
Shawn and Marlon pull a prank on a mean teacher from high school, but find themselves delivering the eulogy after haveing a heart attack at his retirement party.
Shawn is hired at an ad agency but he feels punked when his boss takes credit for his slogan.
A neighborhood bully forces Marlon to marry his sister.
When Grandma is introduced to Fred, one of Pops friends it's a match made in heaven. Until Marlon and Shawn find out that he is a wanted murderer known as "The Black Widower"
Marlon looks to even the score with Pro-baseball player, Kenny Lofton, who "ruined" his Little League career.
Marlon lands a part in a national musical starring R&B singer Keith Sweat.