The Wayans Bros.
Two young brothers try their wings in New York.
John Bowab (Director), Phil Beauman (Writer), Buddy Johnson (Writer), Marlon Wayans (Director), Robert Bruce (Writer), Maiya Williams (Writer), Esa Lewis (Writer), Phil Kellard (Director), Aaron Speiser (Director), Eric Monte (Writer), Buzz Sapien (Director), Craig Wayans (Writer), Xavier Cook (Writer), Tom Bryant (Writer), Mitchell Marchand (Writer), Phil Kellard (Writer), Tom Moore (Writer), Fred Parker (Director), Ted Lange (Director), Josh Goldstein (Writer), Erma Elzy-jones (Director), Kenny Buford (Writer), Glynn Turman (Director), Devon k. Shepard (Writer), Dennis Snee (Writer), Joel Zwick (Director), Terri Mccoy (Director), Glynn r. Turman (Director), Rae Kraus (Director), Gary Halvorson (Director), Scott Baio (Director), Gerren Keith (Director), Alison Taylor (Writer), Renee Phillips (Writer), Gail Honigberg (Writer), Tony Singletary (Director), Manny Basanese (Writer), John Sgueglia (Director), Barry Gold (Writer), Tony Singeltary (Director), Glenn Casale (Director), Liz Sage (Writer), Ben Montanio (Writer), Vince Cheung (Writer), Jim Evering (Writer), Linda m. Yearwood (Writer), Leonard r. Garner jr. (Director), Shelley Jensen (Director)
|"Dee's Baby Daddy" After performing an emergency delivery, Dee realizes she wants her own child and turns to Shawn, Marlon and Pops for help. (Repeat)||MTV2|
|"The Black Widower" Grandma tricks Shawn and Marlon into spending time with her, so they decide to find her a boyfriend; Dee is frustrated at being single. (Repeat)||MTV2|
|"Say It Ain't So, Marlon" The boys reminisce when All-Star Kenny Lofton visits. (Repeat)||MTV2|
|"Marlon Goes on the Road" Marlon gets a role in a touring play with singer Keith Sweat. (Repeat)||MTV2|
|"Marlon's Return" Marlon shares the stage with music star Keith Sweat. (Repeat)||MTV2|
|"Prom Fright" Marlon wants Shawn to go to the prom. (Repeat)||MTV2|
|"Pops' Daughter" A mysterious girl claims Pops is her father. (Repeat)||MTV2|
|"Stand Up Guy" Marlon's successful stand-up act involves family put-downs. (Repeat)||MTV2|
|"Unspoken Token" Shawn dreams he is J.J. on the series "Good Times." (Repeat)||MTV2|
|"Fatal Subtraction" On the rebound, Shawn falls for a girl he met at the newsstand. (Repeat)||MTV2|
Brothers Shawn and Marlon are on the lookout for money and success, though the two are complete opposites. Shawn is responsible and conservative while Marlon is free-spirited and liberal. They are not immune to sibling rivalry, but frequently enjoy being each other's partner in crime.
Marlon Wayans as Marlon Williams
Shawn Wayans as Shawn Williams
John Witherspoon as John "Pops" Williams
Paula Parker as Monique Lattimore
Jill Tasker as Lou Malino
Darrel Heath as Reggie
Anna maria Horsford as Dee Baxter
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