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The Wayans Bros. Episode Guide

1 :01x01 - Goop-Hair-It-Is

First aired: Jan/11/1995
Writer: Billy Van Zandt, Jane Milmore
Director: Shelley Jensen
Guest star: Gary Coleman (Himself), Garrett Morris (Himself), Michael G. Hagerty (Stage Manager)

Marlon and Shawn develop their own hair-care product and decide to sell it in an infomercial.



2 :01x02 - First Class

First aired: Jan/18/1995
Writer: Boyd Hale
Director: Joel Zwick
Guest star: Jessica Hecht (Agent Johnson), Jim Fyfe (Monty), Edward Edwards (Captain Smith), V.P. Oliver (Timmy)

Marlon is given first class plane tickets after he is mistaken for John Starks.



3 :01x03 - I'm Too Sexy for My Brother

First aired: Jan/25/1995
Writer: Phil Beauman
Director: Shelley Jensen
Guest star: Steve Vinovich (Maxwell Blair), Rolando Molina (Orson), Beverly Johnson (Kika)

Shawn is chosen to be a model even though it was Marlon's dream.



4 :01x04 - Free Wally

First aired: Feb/01/1995
Writer: Adam Markowitz
Director: John Bowab
Guest star: Stack Pierce (Captain Strawn), Erin LeShawn Wiley (Shaniqua), Jean Sincere (Shrimp Lady), Richard Marion (Man at Bar), Aaron Speiser (Waiter), Kimberly Auslander (Woman at Bar)

Shawn's plan for a romantic cruise with Lisa are scuttled when Marlon stows away.



5 :01x05 - My Fair Marlon

First aired: Feb/08/1995
Writer: David Wyatt
Director: John Bowab
Guest star: Paris Vaughan (Valerie), Neal Lerner (Maitre d'), Eric Saiet (Matty), Ivelka Reyes (Jane)

Marlon's dream girl loves poetry so he gets Shawn to write them for him, but when Lisa finds them she thinks he cheating on her.



6 :01x06 - Pops Moves In

First aired: Feb/15/1995
Writer: Adam Markowitz
Director: Rob Schiller
Guest star: Jennifer Lee (Kim), Benny Quan (Hop Sing)

Pop gets kicked out of the house and has to move in with Marlon and Shawn.



7 :01x07 - Afro Cab

First aired: Feb/22/1995
Writer: David Wyatt
Director: Rob Schiller
Guest star: Bob Glouberman (Carjacker), Paul Bates (Customer), Ted Davis (The Exploding Man), James Newell (The Business Man)

Marlon starts his own taxi service, "Afro Pick You Up", catering to African-Americans.



8 :01x08 - The Shawn-Shank Redemption

First aired: Mar/01/1995
Writer: Matt Ember
Director: John Bowab
Guest star: J.W. Smith (Shelton), Jaime Cardriche (Huge), Bibi Osterwald (Saleslady), Dan Martin (Cop #1), Steven M. Gagnon (Cop #2)

Shawn and Marlon end up in jail after they got sidetracked en route to paying overdue parking tickets.



9 :01x09 - ER

First aired: Mar/15/1995
Writer: Matt Ember
Director: Shelley Jensen
Guest star: Richard Roundtree (Dr. Saunders), Tim Choate (Patient #1), Esther Scott (The ER nurse), Candy Trabuco (The Floor nurse), Dorian Gregory (Dr. Peters), Benny Quan (Benny), Trent Lamont Miller (The orderly)

Marlon uses Shawn's insurance cards at the hospital and the scam goes smoothly -- until he learns that the doctor is Lisa's father.



10 :01x10 - The Poppa-Cabana

First aired: Mar/22/1995
Writer: Phil Beauman
Director: Joel Zwick
Guest star: Garrett Morris (Uncle Leon), Joanna Sanchez (Lupe), Paul Bates (Burl), Darrel Heath (Darryl), Eric Walter Anderson (Customer #1), Richard Whiten (Secruity Guard), Kevin Kennedy (The Croupier)

Marlon runs the diner while Pops and Uncle Leon go to Atlantic City. When Marlon tries to make the diner more upscale and designated the regular customers, Shawn comes in and makes the diner a hit nightclub.



11 :01x11 - It's Shawn! It's Marlon! It's Superboys!

First aired: May/03/1995
Writer: David Wyatt
Director: Joel Zwick
Guest star: Helen Martin (Mother Evans), Sherman Hemsley (Mr. Stone), Mitch Mullany (White Mike), Roxanne Beckford (Charlene), Phil Beauman (Pookie), Tasha Taylor (Tammi), Marcus Lovett (Chuck)

Marlon and Shawn meet the landlord about their complax falling apart and end up becoming hotel managers.



12 :01x12 - Pulp Marlon

First aired: May/10/1995
Writer: Phil Beauman
Director: Rob Schiller
Guest star: Paula Jai Parker (Mia), Andre Rosey Brown (Black Caesar), John Capodice (Detective), Benny Quan (Benny), Jeanine Michelle (Groupie)

Marlon gets involved in with a beautiful girl named Mia who turns out to be the wife a notorious mobster.



13 :01x13 - Brazilla vs. Rodney

First aired: May/24/1995
Writer: Kurt Schindler, Charleen Easton
Director: Shelley Jensen
Guest star: Clyde Kusatsu (Mr. Mitsumoto), Michael G. Hagerty (Brazilla), Dawn McMillan (Paula), Peter Kwong (Mr. Hito), Patricia Ayame Thomson (Screaming Woman), Lorinda Hawkins (The Mother), Kylie Erica Mar (Kid #1), Benny Quan (Benny), Shirley Greene (Old Esther)

Shawn decides to become a child's entertainer, but a rival performer named Brazilla who wants their careers to end.



14 :02x01 - Shawn Takes A New Stand

First aired: Sep/06/1995
Writer: Rick Hawkins
Director: Shelley Jensen
Guest star: Tamala Jones (Wanda), Ron Karabatsos (Cliff), Raf Mauro (Bill), Darrel Heath (Reggie), Jon Menick (Bud), Gail Neely (Woman Grump)

Shawn borrows money from Pops to buy the business when the owner of the newsstand, Cliff dies.



15 :02x02 - Fatal Subtraction

First aired: Sep/13/1995
Writer: Devon Shepard
Director: Shelley Jensen
Guest star: Garcelle Beauvais-Nilon (Rachel), Darrel Heath (Reggie), Tracey Costello (Beautiful Woman), Gail Neely (Woman Grump)

Shawn becomes involved with Rachel, a woman he meets at the newsstand. Rachel gives him lots of love and attention, as well as expensive gifts, and Shawn is convinced he has met his perfect woman



16 :02x03 - Blood is Thicker Than Watercolor

First aired: Sep/20/1995
Writer: Phil Beauman
Director: Gerren Keith
Guest star: Jodi Long (Angelique), Darrel Heath (Reggie), Ahmad Stoner (Kid), Paul Witten (Yuppie Man), Nelson Mashita (Japanese Buyer), Steven Stapenhurst (Older Buyer), Rhea Wilson (Venus), Tracy Hudson (Athena)

Marlon becomes temperamental artist after a leader of the art world buys Marlon's paint-smeared dropcloth



17 :02x04 - Two Men and a Baby

First aired: Sep/27/1995
Writer: Maiya Williams
Director: Glenn Casale
Guest star: Amy Hunter (Tracy), Kellie Beals (Helen), Wendy Worthington (Woman), Tom Lent (Bill), Tom Williams (Kenny)

The boys find a baby abandoned on their doorstep.



18 :02x05 - Loot

First aired: Oct/04/1995
Writer: Jim Evering
Director: Glenn Casale
Guest star: Phill Lewis (T.C.), Alan Young (Pastor Benton), Donna Hardy (Letitla Benton), William Dennis Hurley (Man #1), Lee Cole (Last man), Jessica Bautista (Asian Woman)

Shawn finds $100,000 stashed in a garbage bag.



19 :02x06 - The Liar's Club

First aired: Oct/11/1995
Writer: Maiya Williams
Director: Glenn Casale
Guest star: Clayton Prince (Otis Campbell), Alfred Dennis (Sam Roth), Nicholas Kadi (Rasaan), Neena Bidasha (Belly Dancer #1), Veena Bidasha (Belly Dancer #2)

Monique pretends to be married to Shawn to impress Monique's rival, Otis Campbell.



20 :02x07 - Scared Straight

First aired: Oct/25/1995
Writer: Vince Cheung, Ben Montanio
Director: Glenn Casale

On Halloween, Shawn and Marlon pull a prank on Pops by eating the offerings to a ghost and must perform an exorcism to solve the problems.



21 :02x08 - Head of State

First aired: Nov/08/1995
Writer: Liz Sage
Director: Glenn Casale
Guest star: Phill Lewis (T.C.), Rif Hutton (Agent Steckler), Eric Walter Anderson (Male Patron), Helen Geller (Older Lady), Kelley Johnson (Clinton Look-Alike)

Marlon becomes determined to shake President Clinton's hand after he finds out that he is passing by Pop's Diner.



22 :02x09 - The Sting

First aired: Nov/15/1995
Writer: Xavier R. Cook, Devon Shepard
Director: Tony Singletary
Guest star: Mitch Mullany (White Mike), Phill Lewis (T.C.), Damon Standifer (Kitchen), Vanessa Hampton (Female Customer)

Shawn loses the newsstand to T.C. in a poker game.



23 :02x10 - Think Fast

First aired: Nov/22/1995
Writer: Linda M. Yearwood
Director: Leonard R. Garner, Jr.
Guest star: Kevin White (Elroy Jones), Obi Ndefo (Delroy Jones), David McKnight (Melroy Jones), Montae Russell (Dolores), Seth Dillon (Kid #1), Devin Walker (Kid #2)

The Williams Brothers go up against the Jones brothers, their long time in rivals, in a basketball game.



24 :02x11 - Farmer's Daughter

First aired: Nov/29/1995
Writer: Maiya Williams
Director: Tony Singletary
Guest star: Mitch Mullany (White Mike), Essence Atkins (Nina), Kim Wayans (Sheila), Damon Standifer (Kitchen), Tim Hutchinson (Franklin), Lauchland S. Lake II (DJ)

Shawn and Marolon's cousin Sheila comes over for a visit.



25 :02x12 - Psycho Santa

First aired: Dec/20/1995
Writer: Phil Beauman
Director: Tony Singletary
Guest star: Barney Martin (St. Nick), Phill Lewis (T.C.), Lance Davis (Norm), Jennifer Leigh Warren (Jennifer), Susan Isaacs (Female Parent), William Hubbard Knight (Male Parent), Curtis Blanck (Justin), Brittany Levenbrown (Charlotte)

The building Santa holds the Williams family, Dee and T.C. hostage until they show some true Christmas spirit.



26 :02x13 - Getting It

First aired: Jan/10/1996
Writer: Manny Basanese
Director: Tony Singletary
Guest star: Tammy Townsend (Amy), Cleo King (Ethel), Angelle Brooks (Kim)

Shawn gets into a situation when he mets the girl of his dreams but she wants to stay a virgin.



27 :02x14 - Who's In Charge Here?

First aired: Jan/31/1996
Writer: Barry Gold
Director: Tony Singletary
Guest star: Mitch Mullany (White Mike), Enya Flack (Michelle), Howard S. Miller (Customer), Will Gill, Jr. (Grady), Jim Mapp (Rollo), Doreen Brown (Cyndi), Karen Needles (Female Operator), Randy Montgomery (Male Operator)

With Pops ill, White Mike turns the place into a health-food spot for gym clientele, with a "fat-free" cheesecake making it even more popular.



28 :02x15 - The Odd Couples

First aired: Feb/07/1996
Writer: Maiya Williams
Director: John Sgueglia
Guest star: Phill Lewis (T.C.), Mitch Mullany (White Mike), Tanya Wright (Toya), J. David Krassner (David), Michael Loprete (Male Guest), Craig Thomas (Dancer)

After an argument, Marlon moves in with White Mike and Shawn takes in T.C.



29 :02x16 - Hearts and Flowers

First aired: Feb/14/1996
Writer: Maiya Williams
Director: Buzz Sapien
Guest star: Kellita Smith (Claire), Shirley Hemphill (Coco), Jennifer Leigh Warren (Jennifer), Johnny Brown (Maurice), Mitch Mullany (White Mike)

Shawn's girlfriend two-times him for Marlon on Valentine's Day. Meanwhile, Dee thinks Pops is her secret admirer.



30 :02x17 - The Ghetto Gourmets

First aired: Feb/21/1996
Writer: Devon Shepard
Director: Buzz Sapien
Guest star: Andrew Hill Newman (Jason), Phill Lewis (T.C.), Heather Lee (Kiki), Gary Beach (Ken), Donna Pieroni (Madge), Jim Kratt (Big Jim), Roz Witt (Ina), Will Bowser (Bill), Bart Sumner (Dirk)

The producer of a Regis and Kathie Lee type show, want Pops to cook his chili on the show, with Marlon and Shawn as his assistants. Meanwhile, T.C. wants to become a security guard.



31 :02x18 - A Hero's Story

First aired: Feb/28/1996
Writer: Renee Phillips, Carrie Honigblum
Director: Tony Singletary
Guest star: Zack Duhame (Josh), Paul Willson (Councilman Peters), Gretchen Palmer (Sylvia), Edward Evanko (Don), Kymberly Newberry (Susan), Gail Neely (Gail), Karen Needles (Carol), Tom Williams (Screeching Cat), Richard Devin (Chuck)

Shawn saves a litte boy that was hit by a car, but when the boy comes to he thinks Marlon is the one that saved him.



32 :02x19 - It Takes a Thief

First aired: Mar/13/1996
Writer: Alison Taylor
Director: Scott Baio
Guest star: Roxanne Beckford (Stacey), Marc Gomes (Roland Grant), Candace Kita (April), Mary-Pat Green (Mildred), Michael Ensign (Lloyd)

Dee falls for a smoothe talking con man and it's up the Shawn and Marlon to expose him for the before the wedding.



33 :02x20 - New Lease on Life

First aired: May/01/1996
Writer: Xavier R. Cook
Director: Gerren Keith
Guest star: Pat Harrington, Jr. (Mr. Niedermeyer), Adrienne Barbeau (Mrs. Niedermeyer)

It's decision-making time for Shawn when Mrs. Niedermeyer, the owner of the building where his newsstand is housed, makes a pass at him, and Shawn must decide whether he will return the attention to keep his lease intact.



34 :02x21 - Mama, I Wanna Act

First aired: May/08/1996
Writer: Devon Shepard
Director: Gerren Keith
Guest star: Phill Lewis (T.C.), Brent Barry (Himself), Heidi Lucas (Toni Jackson), Annie O'Donnell (Bag Lady), Faizon Love (Lovejoy), Roxanne Beckford (Stacey)

Shawn thinks Marlon is being ridiculous when he considers acting a career choice.



35 :02x22 - Trial and Error

First aired: May/15/1996
Writer: Phil Beauman
Director: Gerren Keith
Guest star: Phill Lewis (T.C.), Mitch Mullany (White Mike), Lillian Lehman (Judge Marshall)

Marlon is a shoe in to win a dance contest, until he slips on Marlon's spilled coffee and breaks his leg. Marlon then sues Shawn for the cash prize.



37 :03x01 - Grandma's in the Hiz-House

First aired: Sep/04/1996
Writer: Phil Kellard
Director: Gerren Keith
Guest star: Ja'net DuBois (Grandma), Jazsmin Lewis (Lena), Dionne Warwick (Mrs. Jackson), Marianne Muellerleile (Nurse)

Shawn and Marlon invite Grandma to move in, but then plot to get her out.



38 :03x02 - Unbrotherly Love

First aired: Sep/11/1996
Writer: Josh Goldstein
Director: Scott Baio
Guest star: Monica Calhoun (Vanessa), Tracey Costello (Allison), Radmar Agana Jao (Waiter)

Shawn tries to make Marlon jealous when he's girlfriend dumps him for Marlon.



39 :03x03 - Movin' On Up

First aired: Sep/18/1996
Writer: Maiya Williams
Director: Scott Baio
Guest star: Phill Lewis (T.C.), Brett Miller (Guard), Phil Morris (Parker), Ja'net DuBois (Grandma), Brogan Roche (Fenton), Jill Matson-Sachoff (Jennifer), Jermaine Hopkins (Dupree)

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.



40 :03x04 - Gots to Have a J.O.B.

First aired: Sep/25/1996
Writer: Devon Shepard
Director: Glynn Turman
Guest star: John Webber (Tom), Kimberly Moss (Simone), Cynthia Calhoun (Jeaneenameme), Yolanda Snowball (Woman/Social Worker), Chris Edwards (Kid), Terence Mathews (Lamar), Runi Rae Chavis (Jerrell), Adam Labue (Darren), Lucius (Anthony)

Marlon lands the lead in a series of malt-liquor commercials, but things start to brew when he portrays the ghetto stereotype.



41 :03x05 - Trippin'

First aired: Oct/02/1996
Writer: Buddy Johnson
Director: Rae Kraus
Guest star: Ja'net DuBois (Grandma), J.J. Boone (Customer #3), Sean Moran (Customer #2)

Marlon must decide between Shawn, Pops and Grandma who to bring on a vacation with him.



42 :03x06 - Drama for Yo' Mama

First aired: Oct/09/1996
Writer: Xavier R. Cook
Director: Scott Baio
Guest star: Meta Golding (Gina), Michael John (Photographer), Carole Ita White (Ita)

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.



43 :03x07 - Family Business

First aired: Oct/16/1996
Writer: Phil Beauman
Director: Glynn Turman
Guest star: Antonio Fargas (Nate)

When Uncle Nate parks his lunch truck across from Pops' diner taking away business.



44 :03x08 - An Officer and a Homegirl

First aired: Nov/06/1996
Writer: Maiya Williams
Director: Buzz Sapien
Guest star: Devika Parikh (Natlie), Ahmad Reese (Jake), Daryn Funches (Paramedic), Mitchell Marchand (Bartender)

Dee's sister, Natalie, thinks about giving up her career in the Air Force to be with Marlon.



45 :03x09 - The Return of the Temptones

First aired: Nov/13/1996
Writer: Robert Bruce
Director: Gary Halvorson
Guest star: Jeris Lee Poindexter (Dewey), Kene Holliday (Harold), Jazzmun (Albert/Alberta)

Pops reunites with his old singing group, The Temptones, to stage a comeback.



46 :03x10 - Going to the Net

First aired: Nov/20/1996
Writer: Dennis Snee
Director: Gary Halvorson
Guest star: Dominique Jennings (Ina), Pam Grier (Erica), Ja'net DuBois (Grandma), Brook Kerr (Hostess), Steven Anthony Jones (Edgar)

Marlon meets a young thrill-seeking women on the net and Shawn falls for an older woman.



47 :03x11 - Do the Wrong Thing

First aired: Nov/27/1996
Writer: Robert Bruce
Director: Rae Kraus
Guest star: Ja'net DuBois (Grandma), Steve Vinovich (Franco Bertacelli), Clement von Franckenstein (Dr. Zavius), Louisa Abernathy (Woman Customer), Nika Futterman (Assistant)

Shawn becomes Marlon's agent and begins demanding ridiculous things, so that Marlon receives the full star treatment.



48 :03x12 - Boyz in the Woods

First aired: Jan/08/1997
Writer: Phil Beauman
Director: Glynn Turman
Guest star: Phill Lewis (T.C.), Keana Hall (Velvetta), Jermaine Hopkins (Dupree)

The Williams family goes camping but Pops doesn't plan on spending "quality time" with babes in the woods.



49 :03x13 - Life Without Marlon

First aired: Jan/15/1997
Writer: Xavier R. Cook
Director: Terri McCoy
Guest star: Phill Lewis (T.C.), Jermaine Hopkins (Dupree)

Marlon wonders what life would be if he had never been born.



50 :03x14 - Unusual Suspects

First aired: Jan/22/1997
Writer: Buddy Johnson
Director: Buzz Sapien
Guest star: Phill Lewis (T.C.), Angela Robinson (Desk Sergeant), James Castle Stevens (Sweet Tooth Bandit), Joe Lisi (Officer)

When Marlon's apartment is burglarized, he suspects it's T.C., after rebuffing T.C.'s plea for a loan.



51 :03x15 - Goodbye Mr. Gibbs

First aired: Jan/29/1997
Writer: Josh Goldstein
Director: John Bowab
Guest star: Ted Hayden (Mr. Gibbs), Sandra Lafferty (Mrs. Gibbs), Jermaine Hopkins (Dupree), Bill Hollis (Pastor)

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.



52 :03x16 - Risky Bid-ness

First aired: Feb/05/1997
Writer: Robert Bruce
Director: Terri McCoy
Guest star: Jack Plotnick (Ted), Erik Estrada (Himself), Bruce French (Mr. Peterman), Jermaine Hopkins (Dupree), Lee Caldwell (Angela)

Shawn is hired at an ad agency but he feels punked when his boss takes credit for his slogan.



53 :03x17 - Pops' Secret

First aired: Feb/12/1997
Writer: Maiya Williams
Director: Glynn Turman
Guest star: Iona Morris (Carmella)

Shawn and Marlon suspect that Pops is seeing another woman, when they follow him to a posh hotel.



54 :03x18 - I Do...

First aired: Feb/19/1997
Writer: Maiya Williams
Director: John Bowab
Guest star: Bernie Mac (Shank), Phill Lewis (T.C.), Melissa De Sousa (Charmaine), Reynaldo Rey (Preacher), Jermaine Hopkins (Dupree), Michael Clarke Duncan (Big Mike)

A neighborhood bully forces Marlon to marry his sister.



55 :03x19 - Dee's Baby Daddy

First aired: Feb/26/1997
Writer: Maiya Williams
Director: Joel Zwick
Guest star: James A. Watson, Jr. (Greg), Lorna Scott (Kate), Donna M. Perkins (Nurse), Jermaine Hopkins (Dupree), Kebe Dunn (Tracy)

After delivering a baby, Dee starts thinking of having one herself.



56 :03x20 - The Black Widower

First aired: Apr/30/1997
Writer: Buddy Johnson, Robert Bruce
Director: Buzz Sapien
Guest star: Adam West (Himself), Bill Cobbs (Fred Watson), Ja'net DuBois (Grandma)

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"



57 :03x21 - Say It Ain't So Marlon

First aired: May/07/1997
Writer: Dennis Snee
Director: Buzz Sapien
Guest star: Orlando Brown (Charlie), Kenny Lofton (Himself), Charles Walker (Sportscastor), Phill Lewis (T.C.), Zachary Eginton (Jerry)

Marlon looks to even the score with Pro-baseball player, Kenny Lofton, who "ruined" his Little League career.



58 :03x22 - Marlon Goes On the Road

First aired: May/14/1997
Writer: Xavier R. Cook, Devon Shepard
Director: Glynn Turman
Guest star: Thea Vidale (Big Mama), Verda Bridges (Landlord), Ja'net DuBois (Grandma), Phill Lewis (T.C.), Keith Sweat (Himself), Jermaine Hopkins (Dupree)

Marlon lands a part in a national musical starring R&B singer Keith Sweat.



59 :04x01 - Marlon's Return

First aired: Sep/17/1997
Writer: Phil Kellard, Tom Moore
Director: John Bowab
Guest star: Thea Vidale (Big Mama), Erin Davis (Kid #2), Julian Barnes (Cadbury), Keith Sweat (Himself), Louis Martin Braga III (Kid #1)

Marlon returns home after his three-month tour with Keith Sweat.



60 :04x02 - Prom Fright

First aired: Sep/24/1997
Writer: Xavier R. Cook
Director: John Bowab
Guest star: Ajai Sanders (Amber), Jossie Thacker (Kelly), James Black (D.J.), Derick Alexander (Melvin), Edith Grant (Natalie)

Marlon helps Shawn re-enact his senoir prom after he breaks up with another girlfriend because his fear of commitment.



61 :04x03 - Pops' Daughter

First aired: Oct/01/1997
Writer: Josh Goldstein
Director: John Bowab
Guest star: Tembi Locke (Donna)

A woman comes by the diner stating that she is Pops' daughter. Pops takes her in and Marlon and Shawn soon get jealous.



62 :04x04 - Stand Up Guy

First aired: Oct/08/1997
Writer: Phil Beauman
Director: John Bowab
Guest star: Ja'net DuBois (Grandma), David Leisure (Bud), Ellis E. Williams (Charlie)

Marlon decides to make it big by becoming a comedian but affends his family on his hot night.



63 :04x05 - Unspoken Token

First aired: Oct/15/1997
Writer: Buddy Johnson
Director: John Bowab
Guest star: BernNadette Stanis (Thelma), Gregory White (Mr. Morton), Johnny Brown (Bookman), Ja'net DuBois (Grandma)

Shawn dreams that his in a Good Times episode after finding out that he was only hired by a high-tech agency because he was black.



64 :04x06 - Odd Man Out

First aired: Oct/22/1997
Writer: Robert Bruce
Director: John Bowab
Guest star: Casey Lee (Terrell)

An old high-school friend, Terrell returns, Marlon is one the butt of all his practical jokes.



65 :04x07 - Pops' Last Hurrah

First aired: Nov/05/1997
Writer: Robert Bruce
Director: Buzz Sapien
Guest star: Barry Wiggins (Dr. Tuttle), Gloria Gaynor (Herself), Stu Levin (Old Male Patient)

Shawn and Marlon are convinced that Pops only has a few weeks to live, so they try to fulfill one of his fondest dreams.



66 :04x08 - I Was En Vogue's Love Slave

First aired: Nov/12/1997
Writer: Josh Goldstein
Director: Glynn Turman
Guest star: Crystal Scales (Woman), Raymond O'Connor (Frank Rizzo), David Ursin (Marshall), Gwen McGee (Reporter), En Vogue (Themselves)

Marlon sends a picture of himself with En Vogue, stating that he was their "love slave", but things get hectic when they sue him for 25 million.



67 :04x09 - Can I Get A Witness?

First aired: Nov/19/1997
Writer: Buddy Johnson
Director: Glynn Turman
Guest star: Carmen Filpi (Officer Young), Norris Young (Frank/Jesse), Phill Lewis (T.C.), Yareli Arizmendi (Det. Fine)

Shawn and Marlon find there lives in danger when Marlon identifies a bank robber and are put in Witness Protection.



68 :04x10 - Ted's Revenge

First aired: Dec/10/1997
Writer: Maiya Williams
Director: Buzz Sapien
Guest star: Jack Plotnick (Ted), Robert Starr (Mr. Keeler), Ron-Ann Frey (Shelley), Angela Ardis (Karen)

Shawn faces an IRS audit when a vengeful former co-worker shows up blaming Shawn for etting him fired from his last job.



69 :04x11 - All in the Family Feud

First aired: Jan/14/1998
Writer: Kenny Buford
Director: Erma Elzy-Jones
Guest star: Fred Willard (Dick Ferndale), James Ingersoll (Security Guard), Patrick T. O'Brien (Mr. Webster)

The Williams family compete in "Family Battle"!



70 :04x12 - Raging Marlon

First aired: Jan/21/1998
Writer: Phil Beauman
Director: John Bowab
Guest star: Dan Gunther (Director), Frederick Dawson (Referee), Bruce Fine (Himself), Hector "Macho" Camacho (Hector "Hot-Pepper" Lopez), L. Sidney (Big Guy)

Marlon starts boxing after a bully punks him at the newsstand. When Hector "Hot-Pepper" Lopez comes by Marlon accidently knocks him and out and begins t brag.



71 :04x13 - The Son of Marlon

First aired: Jan/28/1998
Writer: Maiya Williams
Director: Aaron Speiser
Guest star: Jeremy Suarez (Jimmy), Gillian Iliana Waters (Jenna), Kent Masters King (Chrissy)

Marlon forms a bond with his new girlfriends son and considers becoming a husband and the boy's father.



72 :04x14 - Dee's Deelemma

First aired: Feb/05/1998
Writer: Josh Goldstein
Director: Buzz Sapien
Guest star: Tanika Ray (Coletta), Richard Whiten (Kenny), Kalena Coleman (Helen the Custodian)

Dee's relationship with a shy dentist starts to decay after Shawn and Marlon take him to a club.



73 :04x15 - Independence Day

First aired: Feb/11/1998
Writer: Buddy Johnson
Director: Ted Lange
Guest star: Todd Susman (Mr. Ennis), Kikki Tyler (Young Woman)

Marlon finally moves out but his dream apartment turns into a nightmare when things begin to fall apart.



74 :04x16 - Help A Brother Out

First aired: Feb/18/1998
Writer: Maiya Williams
Director: John Bowab
Guest star: Lawrence Hilton-Jacobs (Richie), Mariann Aalda (Casting Director), Peggy Blow (Unknown)

Shawn and Marlon find themselves sharing their apartment with a homeless man.



75 :04x17 - The Rich Girl

First aired: Feb/25/1998
Writer: Xavier R. Cook
Director: John Bowab
Guest star: Tucker Smallwood (Lionel Cooper), Elise Neal (Tanya Cooper)

Shawn worries that Pops will ruin his relationship with his new girlfriend.



76 :04x18 - Busta Saves the Day

First aired: Mar/04/1998
Writer: Phil Beauman
Director: John Bowab
Guest star: Busta Rhymes (Himself), Phill Lewis (T.C.), Michael E. Bauer (Cop), Bill Ferrell (Chauffeur), Spliff Star (Himself)

Dee tries to raise money for her church, so Shawn and Marlon try helping out by scalping tickets to a Busta Rhymes concert.



77 :04x19 - Talk is Cheap

First aired: Apr/29/1998
Writer: Buddy Johnson, Robert Bruce
Director: Buzz Sapien
Guest star: Bobby McGee (Dexter), Jerry Springer (Himself), Adriane Kelly (Jasmine), Richard McGregor (Lester)

Shawn and Marlon come to blows after Dee wins a contest for them to appear on The Jerry Springer Show.



78 :04x20 - Bringing It All Back Home

First aired: May/06/1998
Writer: Robert Bruce
Director: John Bowab
Guest star: Dee Jay Daniels (Young Marlon), Isaac Lipscomb (Young Sean), Jeff Corbett (Fred), Bonnie Biehl (Carla)

Marlon and Shawn try to fend off realtors when Pops decides to sell the house they were born in.



79 :04x21 - Recipe for Success

First aired: May/15/1998
Writer: Maiya Williams
Director: Fred Parker
Guest star: Joel Brooks (Archibald Frost), Brett Miller (Guard), Eugene Greytak (Pope)

Pops enters his chili in a high-class food festival, despite Shawn and Marlon's warnings that it contains an "un-gorment" ingredient.



80 :04x22 - Fire!

First aired: May/20/1998
Writer: Xavier R. Cook
Director: John Bowab
Guest star: Phill Lewis (T.C.), Christopher Michael (Dreyfus)

Shawn's accountant leaves him in a deep debt, that he can't pay off. The newsstand suddenly burns down and all of his problems seem to be solved -- until he and the family are suspected of arson.



81 :05x01 - Brother Can You Spare A Dime?

First aired: Sep/18/1998
Writer: Tom Moore, Phil Kellard
Director: John Bowab
Guest star: Suli McCullough (Shorty), Constance Zimmer (Vanessa), Rashaan Nall (Carlos), Leslie Rivers (Mrs. Hanson), Joy Stevens (Heather), Frank Novak (Contractor), Christopher Elwood (Justin), Jeff Boland (Cooper), Michael Minneau (The Customer)

After his sitcom debut, Marlon is in the money and intoxicated with money -- making strapped for cash Shawn do anything for money.



82 :05x02 - Six Degrees of Marlon

First aired: Sep/25/1998
Writer: Maiya Williams
Director: John Bowab
Guest star: Rick Ducommun (Bennie), Cheryl Hines (Helen), T.J. Thyne (Steve), Constance Zimmer (Vanessa)

Marlon wants more exposure on his sitcom Everybody Loves Everybody, so manager Shawn gets Marlon a big romantic scene: with a guy.



83 :05x03 - Pops' Campaign

First aired: Oct/01/1998
Writer: Robert Bruce
Director: John Bowab
Guest star: Ronnie Schell (Councilman Ted McKay), J. Karen Thomas (Karen Shore), Donielle Artese (Janqueray), Brenda-Isaacs Booth (Reporter #3), Reggie Lee (Reporter #2)

Pops runs for city council against an unscrupulous politician, Councilman Ted McKay played by "Gomer Pyle, U.S.M.C.'' veteran Ronnie Schell.



84 :05x04 - Romeo & J'Leeta

First aired: Oct/08/1998
Writer: Phil Beauman
Director: John Bowab
Guest star: Earl Billings (Rick), Tracey Cherelle Jones (J'Leeta), Bebe Drake (Ms. Drake)

Shawn falls for the daughter of Pops rival, Rick.



85 :05x05 - Ho's on First

First aired: Oct/15/1998
Writer: Xavier R. Cook
Director: Buzz Sapien
Guest star: Angelle Brooks (Angel), Phill Lewis (T.C.), Jermaine Hopkins (Dupree), Ross Leon (Darryl), Leslie Redden (Trixy)

Shawn learns that Marlon's new girlfriend has had a bad reputation and doesn't know how to break it to him.



86 :05x06 - Escorting Ain't Easy

First aired: Oct/29/1998
Writer: Mitchell Marchand, Craig Wayans
Director: John Bowab
Guest star: Phill Lewis ( T.C.), Jermaine Hopkins (Dupree), Chip Hurd (Susan Sparks), Pamala Tyson (Jasmine), Ina Romeo (Date #2), Ella Raino (Date #3), Cal Gibson (Man), LaRita Shelby (Customer)

Shawn starts his own escorting service and when Pops goes sees one of the clients, it turns out to be an old flame.



87 :05x07 - The Kiss

First aired: Nov/05/1998
Writer: Phil Beauman
Director: John Bowab
Guest star: Missy Elliott (Herself), Nicole Wray (Herself)

Shawn and Dee have a fun time at a Missy Elliot concert and find themselves in bed together the next night. Meanwhile, Pops and Marlon try to win $5000 by sending in a tape to America's Video Bloopers.



88 :05x08 - The High Life

First aired: Nov/12/1998
Writer: Robert Bruce
Director: John Bowab
Guest star: Nick Spano (Rico), Vince Grant ( J.J. Honeysucker), Gary Owen (Charlie)

Marlon's involvement with an actor leads him into smoking weed. Shawn tries help him stop especially since Marlon has a big audition coming up.



89 :05x09 - Misery

First aired: Nov/19/1998
Writer: Xavier R. Cook
Director: Buzz Sapien
Guest star: Kym Whitley (Phyllis)

Marlon goes to see one of his fans, but she turns out to be an obsessed fanatic who kidnaps him.



90 :05x10 - Marlon Joins A Cult

First aired: Dec/10/1998
Writer: Buddy Johnson
Director: John Bowab
Guest star: Kelly Coffield (Mrs. Bliss), Gary Coleman (Himself), Ken Weiler (Customer)

Marlon signs up for what he thinks is a acting class but turns out to be a cult.



91 :05x11 - A Country Christmas

First aired: Dec/17/1998
Writer: Maiya Williams
Director: Buzz Sapien
Guest star: Jesse Burch (Bearded Man), Kim Wayans (Sheila), Mitch Carter (Stimpson)

Cousin Sheila invites Marlon, Shawn and Pops to spend Christmas at her farm, but the guys are shocked to discover that Franklin left here and she may lose her farm if she can't pay her mortgage.



92 :05x12 - Green Card

First aired: Jan/14/1999
Writer: Buddy Johnson
Director: Buzz Sapien
Guest star: JoNell Kennedy (Famali), Will Jeffries (Mr. Moore)

Shawn marries an immigrant so she can be granted citzenship and must live together for six months. But Shawn soon regrets it after her family members come to live there.



93 :05x13 - Big Brother

First aired: Jan/21/1999
Writer: Phil Beauman
Director: John Bowab
Guest star: Andre Jamal Kinney (Walter), Idalis DeLeon (Sandra), Lamont Johnson (Guard), Dwayne Winstead (Jimmy), Tamara Cruz (Model)

Shawn doesn't like the way Marlon is treating is little brother, so Shawn gets one himself, but his little brother turns out to be a former criminal.



94 :05x14 - Saving Private Marlon

First aired: Jan/28/1999
Writer: Buddy Johnson, Charlie Bonomo
Director: Buzz Sapien
Guest star: Ron O'Neal (Sergeant Scully)



96 :05x15 - Jump!

First aired: Feb/04/1999
Writer: Maiya Williams
Director: John Bowab
Guest star: Beau Billingslea (Kellogg), Alex Boling (Officer Morris), Mercedes Colon (Annie)

The brothers teasing about Dee's job gets her suspended and the boys try to get her job back.



97 :05x16 - Pops Gets Evicted

First aired: Feb/11/1999
Writer: Eric Monte
Director: Aaron Speiser
Guest star: Michael Winters (Crump)

Shawn tries to impress the building's owner with a bunch ideas for the lobby but Pops diner has to get evicted first before anything can happen.



98 :05x17 - Crazy 4 U

First aired: Feb/18/1999
Writer: Robert Bruce
Director: Phil Kellard
Guest star: Shari Headley (Dawn)

Shawn and Marlon are head over heels trying to get the attention of Dawn, a new psychiatrist that moved into the building.



99 :05x18 - Hip Hop Pops

First aired: Feb/25/1999
Writer: Esa Lewis
Director: John Bowab
Guest star: Samaria Graham (Dion), George Sharperson (Dave), Hamilton Mitchell (Mortician), Courtney McLean (Murder)

The boys throw Pops a suprise 50th birthday but the celebration only reminds him on how old he is getting.



100 :05x19 - Everybody Loves Shawn

First aired: Apr/29/1999
Writer: Phil Beauman, Buddy Johnson
Director: John Bowab
Guest star: Rick Ducommun (Bennie)

Marlon returns to Everybody loves Everybody, but everybody seems to like Shawn after saying one line.



101 :05x20 - Dreamgirl

First aired: May/06/1999
Writer: Maiya Williams
Director: John Bowab
Guest star: Paula Abdul (Sasha), Robert Cesario (Otto), Angela Nicholas (Dr. Leveau), Ken Elliot (Kid #2), Mai Reina-Gold (Fan #3)

A famous singer wants Shawn to father her baby but she doesn't need him in the baby's life.



102 :05x21 - Three on a Couch

First aired: May/13/1999
Writer: Robert Bruce
Director: Marlon Wayans
Guest star: Shari Headley (Dawn), Ski-Ter Jones (Kevin)

Shawn blames his family for not being successful after meeting a successful old pal.



103 :05x22 - Rope-a-Dope

First aired: May/20/1999
Writer: Phil Beauman, Buddy Johnson
Director: John Bowab
Guest star: Roy Jones, Jr. (Himself), Brandi Brooks (Rhonda)

Shawn and Marlon sell Pops' boxing memorabilia, but when their dad's feelings are hurt, they try to retrieve the goods from the new owner, Roy Jones Jr.