List of Martin episodes

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The following is an episode list for the Fox sitcom television series Martin. The series ran from August 27, 1992 to May 1, 1997 airing 132 episodes.

Series overview[edit]

Season Episodes Originally aired DVD release date
1 27 19921993 January 2, 2007
2 27 19931994 May 15, 2007
3 27 19941995 November 6, 2007
4 27 19951996 April 1, 2008
5 24 19961997 October 7, 2008

Season 1: 1992–1993[edit]

Series # Season # Title Directed by Written by Original air date Prod. code
1 1 "Beauty and the Beast" Stan Lathan John Bowman August 27, 1992 9201
Martin has an argument with Gina after she listens to Martin’s radio show and hears his womanizing remarks. When Martin gets home she calls him into the room, and tells him about what she heard, and Martin gives her an attitude, so she threatens to leave him. Martin gives in. Martin and Gina make an agreement to make up in front of Martin’s friends (Cole, Tommy), and make it look like Martin won the argument. But there’s a catch: Martin has to agree to go to a dinner with her that night.
2 2 "Gift Rapper" Stan Lathan Billy Van Zandt September 3, 1992 9202
At work, Martin realizes it is his anniversary and he forgot to get Gina a present. Shawn suggests something practical, like jars, and Stan says get her "the gift that keeps on giving", scanty lingerie. Martin says to both Stan and Shawn a true gift comes from the heart. However, at home when Gina gives Martin a nice gift, he rushes out to a lingerie store before quitting time. Martin has doubts, until he sees something that may be of value based on Gina's earlier recollections.
3 3 "Things I Do for Love" Tony Singletary Lisa Rosenthal September 10, 1992 9203
Tommy's new relationship with his new girlfriend Danice prompts Martin to take Gina out for a romantic evening at a dance club, called the Savoy club. Meanwhile, Martin makes insensitive remarks and, as a result, receives numerous calls from his listeners stating that he isn't romantic enough. Absent: Tichina Arnold as Pam, Garrett Morris as Stan, and Jon Gries as Shawn
4 4 "Boyz 'R Us" Tony Singletary Bennie R. Richburg, Jr. September 17, 1992 9204
When Martin finds out that Gina makes more money than he does, he becomes irate and has major ego problems once the entire city finds out. Now he has to prove to the whole city that he is really the "man" in the relationship.
5 5 "Dead Men Don't Flush" Chuck Vinson David Wyatt September 24, 1992 9205
Martin’s toilet gets clogged, and Gina persuades Martin to call a plumber to fix it. However, the guy dies in the bathroom while on the job. Absent: Garret Morris as Stan and Jon Gries as Shawn
6 6 "Forever Sheneneh" Chuck Vinson Bentley Kyle Evans October 1, 1992 9206
Sheneneh wins a date with Christopher "Kid" Reid on Martin's radio show. Kid arrives at Sheneneh's apartment and learns that she is his biggest fan but her hospitality towards Kid makes him uneasy when she serves malt liquor and makes sexual advances at him. Ultimately, Kid flees out of the apartment and resurfaces at Martin's place where Gina convinces Kid to go back and finish the date. (Christopher "Kid" Reid, Martin Lawrence and Tisha Campbell all starred in the first two House Party films.)
7 7 "The Parents Are Coming, the Parents Are Coming" Chuck Vinson Bill Van Zandt October 8, 1992 9209
Gina wants Martin to meet her conservative parents but Martin's feeling nervous. Wanting to make a good first impression, he takes advice from Tommy and Cole that causes him to act like an idiot. Absent: Tichina Arnold as Pam
8 8 "Woman With a Past" Tony Singletary John Bowman October 15, 1992 9208
Martin becomes jealous after learning that his recent radio show guest, Keith Washington, once dated Gina when they were younger.
9 9 "Baby, It's Cole'd in Here" Tony Singletary Bennie R. Richburg, Jr. October 22, 1992 9212
Cole's mother interrupts Cole's evening with his girlfriend to demand back rent from her son. Following Martin's advice, Cole stands up to his mother but finds himself homeless when he is thrown out of the house. He is forced to move in with Martin, but soon drives Gina insane with his bad manners and disgusting habits. Absent: Tichina Arnold as Pam and Jon Gries as Shawn
10 10 "The Night He Came Home" Gerren Keith Bill Van Zandt October 29, 1992 9215
On Halloween, Martin and his friends gather at his apartment to share scary ghost stories, but they all get scared out of their wits after they perform a séance to communicate with the dead and call forth the spirit of old man Ackerman.
11 11 "The Great Payne Robbery" Gerren Keith Bentley Kyle Evans November 5, 1992 9211
When Martin's elderly neighbor's apartment is robbed, Martin holds a neighborhood crime watch meeting. When his own apartment becomes the next target, he devises a plan to catch the burglar. Absent: Tichina Arnold as Pam and Jon Gries as Shawn
12 12 "Three Men and a Mouse" Tony Singletary David Wyatt November 12, 1992 9210
When Gina is sleeping over at Martin’s house, she hears noises in the middle of the night. Thinking it’s a robber, she sends Martin to investigate and finds out it’s a mouse. Martin and Gina go to Gina’s apartment until the mouse is removed, while Martin hires an exterminator (Little Richard). The exterminator tries to get rid of the mouse, but the mouse proves too smart for him, so Tommy, Cole, and Martin take it into their own hands. Absent: Tichina Arnold as Pam and Jon Gries as Shawn
13 13 "Radio Days" Tony Singletary Lisa Rosenthal November 19, 1992 9213
Stan decides to hire Monica (Kim Fields), a new female co-host for Martin's show to boost the station's ratings. As they work together, Martin finds that he has taken a liking to Monica, and tries to resist the temptation to be with her. Guest appearances by Russ Parr and Wendy Williams. Absent: Tichina Arnold as Pam
14 14 "I've Got a Secret" Tony Singletary Diane Burroughs & Joey Gutierrez December 3, 1992 9216
Martin reveals a secret on the radio about Pam that Gina tells him. And things become a big mess when their friends hear. When the friends split up, Martin and Gina find their self with only two friends, Martin’s boss Stan and his girlfriend.
15 15 "I Saw Gina Kissing Santa Claus" Tony Singletary Jane Milmore & Billy Van Zandt December 17, 1992 9218
Cole was supposed to play Santa Claus for the Big Brother Christmas party, but an emergency at the airport held him up. With the kids getting restless, Martin decides to dress as Santa and tell the kids the "first Christmas story", in which Martin and his friends are imagined reenacting the birth of Christ.
16 16 "Do the Fight Thing" Gerren Keith Bruce Ferber January 14, 1993 9217
Martin’s radio fans love it when Gina and Martin have an argument on the show. Stan sees how things get better when Gina is on the show. When Stan wants to permanently hire Gina as Martin’s co host, Martin goes against the idea. Absent: Tichina Arnold as Pam and Jon Gries as Shawn
17 17 "Blackboard Jungle Fever" Gerren Keith Jane Milmore & Billy Van Zandt January 21, 1993 9214
Martin returns to his elementary school to participate in Career Day, where he sees his favorite third grade teacher, Ms. Trinidad. They decide to go out to eat and catch up on old times, but Ms Trinidad (Beverly Johnson) is more interested in putting the moves on Martin. Absent: Tichina Arnold as Pam, Jon Gries as Shawn, and Garret Morris as Stan
18 18 "The Break Up (Part 1)" Gerren Keith John Bowman February 11, 1993 9219
Martin and Gina fight over Gina's unusual Valentine's Day gift, and the fight escalates out of control until they finally break up. When they try and reconcile, they discover that maybe they are just too different from each other. Absent: Jon Gries as Shawn and Garret Morris as Stan
19 19 "The Break Up (Part 2)" Gerren Keith Jane Milmore & Billy Van Zandt February 11, 1993 9220
With Martin and Gina now broken up, they start dating new people. By coincidence, the two couples happen to meet at a restaurant during dinner. Martin is extremely jealous of the fact that Gina is out with another man, and decides to "help" him out when he begins choking on his food. Absent: Jon Gries as Shawn and Garret Morris as Stan
20 20 "The Break Up (Part 3)" Gerren Keith John Bowman February 18, 1993 9221
Martin and his new girlfriend Nicole (Lark Voorhies) realize that they both are still in love with their former lovers, and break up. Billy Dee Williams guest stars on Martin's radio show and convinces him that he'd be foolish to lose Gina. Martin barges in on Gina while she's with another man, and tries to win her back. Special Note: Prior to the episode's airing, fans had the chance to influence the script by calling in a hotline to vote on who should initiate the reunification, Gina or Martin. The polls were decided that Martin should be the one to apologize.
21 21 "I'm Not Your Superwoman" Gerren Keith Myra J. February 25, 1993 9207
Martin gets the flu and he expects Gina to stay at home and take care of him. However, Gina gets fed up with him acting like a baby and comparing her with his mother.
22 22 "Credit Card Blues" Gerren Keith Bentley Kyle Evans March 18, 1993 9222
Martin and an old friend get arrested for committing credit card fraud. Gina and the gang quickly scramble to come up with bail money. Absent: Jon Gries as Shawn and Garret Morris as Stan
23 23 "Jerome's in the House" Gerren Keith David Wyatt April 1, 1993 9223
After Pam gets dumped by her boyfriend, she decides to go out on a date with somebody "different" out of sheer desperation. She decides to go out with Jerome, the player, even though Cole is trying to ask her out. Absent: Jon Gries as Shawn and Garret Morris as Stan
24 24 "Your Arms Are Too Short to Box with Martin" Gerren Keith Bennie R. Richburg, Jr. April 22, 1993 9224
Tommy's new girlfriend Shannon has an ex-lover (Bushwick Bill) that can't seem to let her alone. Eventually, he and his gang of thugs confront Tommy and beat him up. Martin and Cole go after this angry group of little people to avenge Tommy's beating, by throwing their weight around and attempting to bully the patrons in the little people's bar. It is up to Tommy to tell everyone that violence produces nothing except more violence.
25 25 "Variety Show" Terri McCoy Story by: John Bowman,
Martin Lawrence &
David Wyatt
Teleplay by: Jane Milmore &
Billy Van Zandt
April 29, 1993 9226
Martin is chosen by his radio station manager to be the producer of a charity variety show for AIDS. But in typical Martin Payne fashion, he lets the job go to his head, acts like a tyrant on the set, and alienates everyone around him, even Gina. In the end, Martin is left to do the whole show by himself, and bombs miserably.
26 26 "Baby You Can Drive My Car" Gerren Keith Diane Burroughs & Joey Gutierrez May 6, 1993 9225
Everybody pools together to get a raffle ticket from Roscoe, and wind up winning a brand new SUV. They decide to share it, by assigning each of them to drive on a different day of the week. They all wind up running the vehicle into the ground and have to get rid of it. Absent: Jon Gries as Shawn and Garret Morris as Stan
27 27 "Checks, Lies and Videotape" Terri McCoy Bill Braunstein May 13, 1993 9227
Martin and Gina try to expose a crooked preacher, Reverend Leon Lonnie Love (David Alan Grier), as a fraud, after he cons thousands of dollars from his church members, including Mama Payne. To do so, they decide to have Gina lure him to her apartment so she can elicit a confession out of him and then capture it on videotape.

Season 2: 1993–1994[edit]

Series # Season # Title Directed by Written by Original air date Prod. code
28 1 "Do You Remember the Time?" Gerren Keith Sandy Frank & Matt Wickline August 22, 1993 9301
Martin struggles with coming up with a new topic for his show. In desperation, he finally accepts some ideas from the gang. Gina suggests that he talk about how they first met and fell in love. As they go around the room, each of them has a different remembrance of the events of that night, with Gina imagining Martin as a shy nerd, Cole imagining Pam madly in love with him, Martin imagining himself as a super fly guy who wowed everyone on the sax, and Pam reimagining the charity ball hijacked by gunmen. Tommy, the only one who has nothing to prove, tells the full story, he, Cole and Martin crashed a party with Pam and Gina in attendance. Martin got to know Gina through this, but his saxophone playing was stinky. Absent: Jon Gries as Shawn and Garret Morris as Stan
29 2 "Really, Gina Is Not My Lover" Gerren Keith Jacque Edmonds August 29, 1993 9302
Martin is going to his high school reunion and he wants Gina to be ready for the big day. So he sends her on a day of beauty, but it ends disastrously. But Martin is determined to win the Man of the Decade award at his high school reunion that evening. His pride makes him want to brag to all his old schoolmates that he is rich and famous, and has a beautiful fashion model girlfriend. Guest appearances by Wendy Raquel Robinson and Miguel A. Núñez, Jr. Absent: Jon Gries as Shawn and Garret Morris as Stan
30 3 "Got to Be There" Gerren Keith Diane Burroughs & Joey Gutierrez September 5, 1993 9303
When Martin finds out that Gina has to go out of town on business, he, Tommy & Cole decide they will go out and have some fun while she is away. Meanwhile, Gina & Pam are having fun of their own at a company party in her hotel room, complete with a surprise male stripper. Absent: Jon Gries as Shawn and Garret Morris as Stan
31 4 "Beat It" Gerren Keith Bennie R. Richburg, Jr. September 12, 1993 9304
Martin invites a crowd of friends over to watch boxing on TV, but can never get to watch it, because he is constantly interrupted by his guests.
32 5 "Baby, It's You" Gerren Keith Darice Rollins September 19, 1993 9305
Martin agrees to help host a baby shower for some of Gina's expecting girlfriends at his apartment. But he doesn't expect one of the expectant mothers to go into labor.
33 6 "Workin' Day & Night" Gerren Keith Bentley Kyle Evans September 26, 1993 9306
Martin decides to become more macho after Stan, as well as Tommy and Cole, convince him that Gina has been controlling his life, and that he is 'whipped'. So to prove it, he decides to work double duty at the station just because Gina told him not to. Absent: Tichina Arnold as Pam
34 7 "Control" Gerren Keith Cheryl Holliday October 3, 1993 9307
Gina accidentally throws away Martin's tickets to a very important professional basketball game. She later finds out that Sheneneh also has a pair of tickets to the same game, and begs Sheneneh for them. She compels Gina to work off the debt in her beauty salon. Absent: Jon Gries as Shawn and Garret Morris as Stan
35 8 "You've Got a Friend" Gerren Keith Diane Burroughs & Joey Gutierrez October 10, 1993 9308
Gina starts to hang around with a new male friend. Martin gets suspicious and drives him away. But after getting rid of him, Martin realizes he made a mistake when Gina drags him along to shop for ladies shoes. Absent: Jon Gries as Shawn and Garret Morris as Stan
36 9 "To Kill a Talking Bird" Gerren Keith John Ridley October 17, 1993 9309
Mama Payne leaves her beloved talking parrot at Martin's apartment for the weekend. The talking bird constantly insults Gina, which infuriates her. Gina tries to keep her cool, and cares for the bird anyway. But the bird dies and Martin believes Gina killed the bird intentionally.
37 10 "Fat Like Dat" Gerren Keith Kenny Buford October 24, 1993 9310
Gina convinces Martin that he's putting on weight. So he, Tommy and Cole go on a diet and attend Gina's aerobics class. Martin then decides that he will give up all the rich foods he used to enjoy, and in true Martin tradition, he takes his dieting and exercise to the extreme. Now Gina must figure out a way to bring the old Martin back.
38 11 "Hollywood Swinging (Part 1)" Geren Keith Sandy Frank & Matt Wickline November 7, 1993 9311
After Gina and Pam get promotions, Martin realizes his job is going nowhere. One of his assignments is to interview Varnel Hill (Tommy Davidson) -- a successful TV talk-show host who had been a former deejay at WZUP. Martin decides to chase his dream of having a successful career by quitting his job, and heading to Hollywood.
39 12 "Hollywood Swinging (Part 2)" Gerren Keith Bennie R. Richburg, Jr. November 14, 1993 9312
In Los Angeles, Martin takes steps to ensure that he gets on Varnel Hill's talk show. Meanwhile, Pam chases after a limo believing Denzel Washington is inside. After a disastrous attempt to crash the stage on Varnel's talk show, Martin and his friends learn that Varnel is not who he makes himself out to be to the public, and Martin grovels to Stan for his job back, having learned there is no royal road to success, especially not if it comes at the cost of your integrity. Absent: Jon Gries as Shawn and Garret Morris as Stan
40 13 "Thanks for Nothing" Gerren Keith Jacque Edmonds November 21, 1993 9314
Martin wants to keep his relatives away from Thanksgiving dinner, and with good reason, as they are two boors who leer at Pam and Gina and insult Gina's straightlaced parents. The friction nearly leads to fighting, until Gina plays peacemaker. Absent: Jon Gries as Shawn and Garret Morris as Stan
41 14 "Whoop There It Ain't" Gerren Keith Cheryl Holliday December 12, 1993 9313
After Pam catches Martin and Gina sneaking out of her party to have quickie sex, Pam challenges them to see if they can abstain from having sex for two weeks. Martin and Gina decide to make a bet to see who will be the first one to give in to their primal urges. Absent: Jon Gries as Shawn and Garret Morris as Stan
42 15 "Holiday Blues" Gerren Keith Diane Burroughs & Joey Gutierrez December 19, 1993 9315
It's Christmas time and Gina is homesick. Pam convinces Martin to take Gina home to Philadelphia. But instead of flying out of Detroit, Martin decides to take the bus. While waiting to leave, the city bus station gets snowed in.
43 16 "No Justice, No Peace" Gerren Keith Bentley Kyle Evans January 9, 1994 9316
Martin gets a simple traffic ticket for running a stop sign. But he turns it into a Federal case when he decides to fight it in court and accuses the officer of civil rights violations, etc. As usual, Martin ends up botching the case and tries to resort to an insanity plea. Absent: Jon Gries as Shawn and Garret Morris as Stan
44 17 "Suspicious Minds" Gerren Keith John Ridley January 16, 1994 9317
Martin's new CD Walkman disappears. Stan convinces him that one of his friends must have taken it since they all have keys to his apartment. Martin goes around to each of his good friends and accuses them.
45 18 "Love is in Your Face (Part 1)" Gerren Keith Jacque Edmonds February 6, 1994 9319
Gina is offered a job in New York and Martin, taking advice from Stan, tells her to take it. Meanwhile Gina, taking advice from Pam and Sheneneh, decides to leave on the assumption that Martin will stop her from leaving and ask her to marry him.
46 19 "Love is in Your Face (Part 2)" Gerren Keith Diane Burroughs & Joey Gutierrez February 13, 1994 9320
With Gina out of his life, Martin reconsiders his decision to let her go to New York to move on with her life, and he sets out to win her back. Absent: Jon Gries as Shawn
47 20 "Arms Are for Hugging" Gerren Keith Cheryl Holliday February 20, 1994 9321
Martin and Gina admit that they are fighting and arguing too much. So they seek the help of a church Minister for counseling to help them resolve their issues. Absent: Jon Gries as Shawn and Garret Morris as Stan
48 21 "Guard Your Grill" Gerren Keith Martin Lawrence February 27, 1994 9318
After winning a charity boxing match, Martin thinks he is as good a fighter as anyone. Thomas Hearns, who was a celebrity judge at the fight, is friendly to Pam and Gina but Martin thinks Hearns is making a pass at Gina and trash talks him. After Hearns is not heard from after the party, Martin thinks Hearns has brushed it off and left town, only to get a surprise in the ring. Absent: Jon Gries as Shawn
49 22 "Yours, Mine and Ours" Gerren Keith Sandy Frank & Matt Wickline March 13, 1994 9322
When the small screen TV in the apartment needs to be replaced, Martin decides to use money from his and Gina’s combined checking account to buy a big-screen TV. This infuriates Gina, who makes him take it back, only to later be discovered buying items of her own in the same way. Absent: Jon Gries as Shawn and Garret Morris as Stan
50 23 "I Don't Have the Heart" Gerren Keith Diane Burroughs & Joey Gutierrez March 27, 1994 9323
Pam starts dating an older, wealthy man (Steven Williams) who eventually asks her to marry him. Initially, the gang makes jokes about her old fuddy boyfriend. But soon they all start to enjoy the perks that go along with being in the entourage of a wealthy industrialist, as he is a minority owner in the Detroit Pistons. However, Pam has second thoughts when she learns he puts ex-wives out to pasture. Absent: Jon Gries as Shawn and Garret Morris as Stan
51 24 "Crunchy Drawers" Gerren Keith Bennie R. Richburg, Jr. April 17, 1994 9325
Martin is dreaming that he is attracted to Pam. Absent: Jon Gries as Shawn and Garret Morris as Stan
52 25 "No Love Lost" Gerren Keith Bentley Kyle Evans May 1, 1994 9324
Martin and Gina fight just before going to their engagement party, which Snoop Doggy Dogg has crashed.

Guest Star: Snoop Dogg

Absent: Garret Morris as Stan
53 26 "The Hoe Down in Motown" Gerren Keith John Ridley May 8, 1994 9326
The IRS demands Stan pay 20 years worth of back taxes, which Stan does..by selling WZUP. The new owner takes over and turns it into a country & western station. Martin tries to adapt, although he has trouble due to the dearth of black country singers. He buys a big cowboy hat, boots and tight jeans, but he's just not good at country & western. Special Note: Garrett Morris was written out of the script due to being hospitalized as a result of a mugging. A videotape of him as Stan was filmed while Morris was actually on his hospital bed.
54 27 "Martin's on the Move" Gerren Keith Jacque Edmonds May 15, 1994 9327
Martin gets fired from his job at the new country radio station. He tries his hands at working odd jobs to make money to make ends meet, but nothing seems to work out. Sad and depressed, he decides to leave Detroit, but not before leaving a videotaped message for Gina and taking one last look at his old workplace, the former WZUP, and saying goodbye to his coworker Shawn, who wishes Martin best of luck wherever he goes. Martin's message says he will return when he finds himself and gets his life back on track, and says in case of emergency to call him, but the number gets drowned out by noise, leaving Gina with no way to track Martin.

Season 3: 1994–1995[edit]

Series # Season # Title Directed by Written by Original air date Prod. code
55 1 "In Search of... Martin" Gerren Keith Phil Kellard & Tom Moore September 1, 1994 9401
With Martin still missing, Gina continues searching for him. But a canceled check leads her and the gang to find him. Martin has joined a cult.
56 2 "Martin Returns" Gerren Keith Cheryl Holliday September 8, 1994 9402
Martin escapes from the cult after learning that the cult leader is a sado-masochist psycho who is just after his body, and returns to Detroit. But once home, he discovers that Gina has completely redecorated his apartment in his absence and Gina also has new plans for their relationship. Martin decides maybe it is time to be mature and go along with Gina's plans.
57 3 "I've Got Work to Do" Gerren Keith Bentley Kyle Evans September 15, 1994 9403
Martin goes looking for a good job, but the only work available are a series of low-paying jobs. Martin believes that his former reputation as the WZUP DJ should have opened more doors for him and he cannot fathom the thought of people seeing his in lower status work. With bills piling up, Gina is adamant Martin join the workforce, and he finally accepts the only job opening: buffing the floors.
58 4 "Martin Gets Paid" Gerren Keith Diane Burroughs & Joey Gutierrez September 22, 1994 9404
Martin auditions for a television job, but finds out he must have an audition tape of himself doing a TV show. So he hurriedly gets the gang together and hires audience members to put on a quick show. But his antics during the taping wind up alienating him from everyone. In the end, he is offered an associate producer's job and must bring in donuts for the staff every morning.
59 5 "Break Up to Make Up" Gerren Keith Jacque Edmonds September 29, 1994 9405
Martin feels his and Gina's relationship is becoming more strained. To remedy this he tries to spend more time with her. But she has a big presentation to do and needs to be alone to work.
60 6 "The Closer I Get to You" Gerren Keith Kenny Buford October 6, 1994 9406
After the host of the show "Word On The Street", is arrested and dragged off the set right before airtime, Martin is pressed into service as a last-minute fill-in. And after his advice on the show brings an arguing couple back together, Martin begins referring to himself as the Love Doctor, and begins handing out relationship advice to everyone he meets.
61 7 "Movin' On In" Gerren Keith Diane Burroughs & Joey Gutierrez October 20, 1994 9407
Martin and Gina finally decide to move in together. However, the apartment gets rather crowded when all of Gina's belongings get there. The two clash on what to keep, and they end up with two of everything.
62 8 "Momma's Baby, Martin's Maybe" Gerren Keith Samm-Art Williams November 3, 1994 9408
Martin is excited when Gina's mother (Judyann Elder), comes to visit them. This is his opportunity to impress Gina's mom and get to know her better. But things go awry when a young boy (Marcus T. Paulk) shows up, claiming to be Martin's long lost son. Absent Carl Anthony Payne as Cole
63 9 "Whole Lotto Trouble" Gerren Keith Phil Kellard & Tom Moore November 10, 1994 9409
Martin wins the Michigan Lottery. He celebrates by going out and buying tons of expensive luxury items and gives money away to his friends, BEFORE picking up his lottery money. But when he does, he finds out that the winning ticket is split - 300 ways!
64 10 "Get a Job" Gerren Keith Cheryl Holliday November 17, 1994 9410
Nobody knows what Tommy does for a living, so Martin and Gina attempt to find out. So they decide to go undercover and stake him out, only to discover him on the runway at an uptown strip club! Could this be what Tommy does for a living? Absent Carl Anthony Payne as Cole
65 11 "Feast or Famine" Gerren Keith Bentley Kyle Evans November 24, 1994 9411
Thanksgiving dinner ends up a battle of the sexes when the gang holds a contest to see which gender cooks the best Thanksgiving feast. It only takes a short time for the guys to realize they are over matched, so they resort to some sneaky tactics to win the contest. Guest Star R&B singer Millie Jackson as Florine.
66 12 "Lockin' Boots" Gerren Keith Teri Schaffer December 8, 1994 9412
Gina and Martin agree to save money. But then Gina is forced to secretly make a withdrawal from their bank account in order to pay a parking ticket. Martin finds out about the secret withdrawal, and gets even by going on a wild shopping spree. Absent Carl Anthony Payne as Cole
67 13 "Go Tell It on the Martin" Gerren Keith Kenny Buford December 15, 1994 9413
A deranged man who is distraught over losing his job and his woman, takes over the TV station during Martin's show, with a bomb strapped to his body. Guest appearances by Shirley Hemphill, BeBe Winans and CeCe Winans.
68 14 "'Xpress Yourself" Gerren Keith Darice Rollins January 5, 1995 9414
Martin's TV show is doing well, and they are being prepped for nation-wide broadcast, but the show needs to be changed in order to appeal to a wider audience. Gina's company is hired by Martin's production company to advise new changes to for the show. But Gina’s new suggestions don’t sit well with Martin or his audience. Absent Carl Anthony Payne as Cole
69 15 "Sophisticated Ladies" Gerren Keith Jacque Edmonds January 19, 1995 9415
Gina and Pam put their best feet forward to be accepted into an exclusive women's club, but their plans of impressing the women are jeopardized when Sheneneh and Laquita (Simbi Khali) show up and turn their dreams into a nightmare. Absent: Carl Anthony Payne as Cole
70 16 "Ain't Nuttin' Goin' on But the Rent" Gerren Keith Doreen Spicer February 2, 1995 9416
Martin becomes angry when his landlord, Mr. Lopez (Luis Antonio Ramos), increases his rent. As a result, Martin refuses to pay the rent which leads Mr. Lopez to send him an eviction notice, and also cut off the heat during a terrible blizzard.
71 17 "The Ex-Files" Gerren Keith Jacque Edmonds February 9, 1995 9417
After an argument about whether or not to invite their ex-lovers to the wedding, Martin and Gina decide to arrange a test to prove which one of them would be the most jealous of the other's ex. Guest appearances by Vivica A. Fox, Angelle Brooks and Joseph C. Phillips. Absent Carl Anthony Payne as Cole
72 18 "All The Players Came" Gerren Keith Kenny Buford February 16, 1995 9418
Martin organizes a fund-raiser to save a neighborhood theater. Guest appearances by Outkast, Coolio, Rudy Ray Moore, Antonio Fargas, Pam Grier, Ja'net Dubois, Whitman Mayo and Dick Anthony Williams.
73 19 "Best and Bester" Gerren Keith Cheryl Holliday February 23, 1995 9419
Martin must choose either Tommy or Cole as his best man for his wedding. They both want to be the one chosen, so they bribe Martin with gifts to influence his decision. Meanwhile, Gina and Pam search for a bridesmaid dress.
74 20 "High Noon" Gerren Keith Diane Burroughs & Joey Gutierrez March 9, 1995 9420
An ex-convict "Mad Dog No Good" (Gary Coleman), Martin helped imprison comes looking for him. Martin tries to get encouragement from all his friends, but when they find out that Mad Dog No Good is coming to get him, they all desert him and run. Absent Carl Anthony Payne as Cole
75 21 "Mother of the Bride" Gerren Keith Teri Schaffer March 23, 1995 9421
Gina's mother hires a high class wedding planner who promises to arrange the day of Gina's dreams. But Martin wants to seek out a more economical (cheaper) alternative. So he hires his own personal consultant -- Hustle Man (Tracy Morgan).
76 22 "C.R.E.A.M." Gerren Keith Kenny Buford April 6, 1995 9423
Martin and his old friend Stan invest in a restaurant. But Martin and Stan bite off more money than they can chew. Garrett Morris guest stars as Stan, his last appearance in the series. Featuring " Rent 'em spoons "
77 23 "Girlfriend" Gerren Keith Darice Rollins & Teri Schaffer April 13, 1995 9424
Gina's conceited college friend, Monique (Merrin Dungey) comes to town. She's so offensive that Martin and Pam call a truce in their never ending fights and team up to expose her lurid past. Later, Martin invites Monique to appear on his TV talk show, and he exposes her to all of Detroit. Absent Carl Anthony Payne as Cole
78 24 "Romantic Weekend" Gerren Keith Matt Diamond & Guy Torry April 27, 1995 9422
Gina is envious when Tommy and Pam plan to celebrate their six months together by going to a luxurious resort. When she complains to Martin about why they never do anything special, Martin takes Gina on a vacation to Chilligan's Island, a dreadful and low-rate resort that was advertised on the back of a cereal box. As the two try to make the best of their stay, they inadvertently run into Tommy and Pam who also are vacationing at the resort.
79 25 "The Bachelor Party" Gerren Keith Bentley Kyle Evans May 4, 1995 9425
A nervous Martin and Gina try to enjoy their respective bachelor/bachelorette parties, but instead find themselves victims of their friends' advice and both imagine married life five years down the road.
80 26 "Wedding Bell Blues" Gerren Keith Phil Kellard & Tom Moore May 11, 1995 9426
As Martin and Gina are making final preparations for their wedding, a visit from Martin's wacky relatives and Gina's conservative parents results in both families constantly bickering & fighting. At the last minute, Martin and Gina decide to elope.
81 27 "Love is a Beach" Gerren Keith Jacque Edmonds & Cheryl Holliday May 18, 1995 9427
Martin and Gina flee to the Bahamas with Tommy and Pam to elope. As they prepare, Martin gets stuck in an elevator with Tommy, while Pam accidentally ruins Gina's wedding gown. After the disasters have passed, Martin and Gina are free to take part in their long-awaited Oceanside wedding. Guest appearance by Kenny "Babyface" Edmonds. Absent Carl Anthony Payne as Cole

Season 4: 1995–1996[edit]

Series # Season # Title Directed by Written by Original air date Prod. code
82 1 "Martin in the Corner Pocket" Gerren Keith Barry Vigon & Tom Walla September 9, 1995 9501
Gina realizes the honeymoon's over when Martin spends their first night back home partying with Tommy and Cole, while she stays home.
83 2 "Kill Him With Kindness" Gerren Keith Teri Schaffer September 16, 1995 9502
Mama Payne overhears Gina discussing life insurance policies and she assumes that Gina is plotting to kill Martin for his insurance money. Of course, Martin believes his mom, and now he must be very careful around Gina, and not let her get too close to him.
  • Note: This is the final onscreen appearance of Mama Payne (Martin Lawrence). Her voice is later heard in the Season 5 episode "Scrooge".
84 3 "Blow, Baby, Blow" Gerren Keith Darice Rollins September 23, 1995 9503
Suddenly Gina, Pam and Cole can sing! But their talents are not appreciated by The Notorious B.I.G., who has asked for Martin's help in finding a new background vocalist.
85 4 "Ring a Ding, Ding, Gone" Gerren Keith Bentley Kyle Evans September 30, 1995 9504
Tommy and Cole explain to Martin that his wedding ring frightens off single women. After taking off his ring, and seeing all the attention he gets from beautiful women, he realizes they are right. But it's Martin who's running scared when he loses the ring and has to figure out how to tell Gina about it.
86 5 "Love T.K.O." Gerren Keith Jacque Edmonds October 7, 1995 9505
Martin and Gina decide to have a quiet night at home to rekindle their love passion. But they are constantly being interrupted by their friends before the fun begins.
87 6 "He Say, She Say" Gerren Keith Michael Carrington October 14, 1995 9506
After breaking up with Big Shirley, Martin convinces Cole to get back into the dating scene. At the club, Cole falls for a pretty woman who has just appeared on America's Most Wanted.
88 7 "Uptown Friday Night" Gerren Keith Kenny Buford October 21, 1995 9507
Tommy and Cole get robbed at Jerome's new club, the Shiznitz, after picking up Martin's anniversary gift for Gina - expensive earrings. So they get with Jerome to track down the 3 female thieves at their hideaway. Note: This is the final appearance of Jerome (Martin Lawrence)
89 8 "Old School Loving" Gerren Keith Samm-Art Williams November 5, 1995 9508
Martin meets with Gina's boss over her long hours, then gets her fired. Now that Gina is unemployed, she spends her time rearranging the house, and painting the walls. So Martin tries to convince her boss to take her back. Note: This is the final appearance of Bruh Man (Reginald Ballard).
90 9 "Cole on Ice" Gerren Keith Michael Ajakwe, Jr. November 19, 1995 9509
When Cole loses his job, Martin gets him a job working at the TV station. But Cole fouls it up. Guest appearance by Charles Barkley.
91 10 "Housekeeper from Hell" Gerren Keith Darice Rollins November 26, 1995 9511
Martin and Gina decide to hire a maid. They both disapprove of the maids each other has chosen. They eventually settle on Miss Minnie (Marla Gibbs), a nice older motherly woman on the outside, but makes their lives unliveable with her domineering ways.
92 11 "Three Homies and a Baby" Gerren Keith Teri Schaffer December 3, 1995 9510
Martin agrees to baby-sit his infant nephew Cameron, when his parents go out of town. But once they get snowed in, and can't return home & get their baby, Martin and Gina have to watch the baby. In the end, Gina has to leave for work, and Tommy and Cole come over to help out. However, even with the three of them, the baby still gets the upper hand. Guest appearances by Victoria Dillard and Mushond Lee. This episode marks the final appearance of Reginald Ballard as the recurring character of Brother Man.
93 12 "Headin' for Trouble" Gerren Keith Michael Carrington December 10, 1995 9512
Gina gets her head stuck in their new brass bed headboard while making love to Martin. They try everything to get her head unstuck; Tommy uses a welding torch to get most of it off. But Gina must still attend an important board meeting with the brass headboard, still stuck around her head, but hidden under a big wig and shawl.
94 13 "Swing Thing" Gerren Keith Teri Schaffer December 17, 1995 9513
The Paynes’ are invited to attend a Christmas party, given by some influential people who may be able to help Martin in his career. But little does Martin realize that at the party, the guests are swapping more than Christmas gifts, and Martin may have both his hands full.
95 14 "The Bodyguard" Gerren Keith Jacque Edmonds January 7, 1996 9514
After Gina and Pam witness bank robbers leaving the scene of the crime, they must enter witness protection because the criminals are notorious for making their witnesses disappear. And since the police are afraid of the bank robbers, they arrange for Otis (played by Martin Lawrence) to be the girls' bodyguard.
96 15 "Green Card" Gerren Keith Michael Ajakwe, Jr. & Michael Carrington January 14, 1996 9515
The Hispanic building super is about to be deported, unless he gets married in a hurry. Pam, who desperately needs cash, so she can pay her back taxes to the IRS, agrees to be the bride -- for a price.
97 16 "You're All I Need" Marian Deaton Kenny Buford February 4, 1996 9517
Gina gets a sexy make-over to rekindle her relationship with Martin.
98 17 "Kicked to the Curb" Gerren Keith Samm-Art Williams February 8, 1996 9516
Martin and Gina find a bigger and better apartment for half the price they're paying now. So they decide to sublet their old place to a young couple (Kristoff St. John and Tembi Locke), and move into the new place. But then the deal on the new place falls through, and it's too late to move back.
99 18 "The Best of Martin" William H. Brown Paul Wales February 15, 1996 N/A
Tisha Campbell hosts a special retrospective looking back at the best of the last 99 episodes of the series.
100 19 "The Love Jones Connection" Gerren Keith Bentley Kyle Evans February 18, 1996 9518
Sheneneh crashes a Love Connection show screening, then gets chosen. Chris Rock guest stars as Sheneneh's disrespectful date.
101 20 "Where the Party At" Gerren Keith Kenny Buford February 25, 1996 9519
Gina attempts to arrange a surprise birthday party for Martin. But she runs into some unexpected difficulties when all his friends, including Tommy and Cole say they're not interested because of Martin's rude and obnoxious attitude. But they then turn-the-tables on both Martin and Gina by throwing a huge surprise birthday party at Nipsey's. (Cameo appearances by Halle Berry, Chris Rock, Salt-n-Pepa, Will Smith, and Shaquille O'Neal).
102 21 "Homeo & Juliet" Gerren Keith Michael Ajakwe, Jr. February 29, 1996 9520
Gina and Pam have taken roles in an upcoming play to help raise money for needy kids. But an accident on set causes the leading man to fall and injure himself, leaving them without a leading man. Martin then has to improvise with his own "homeboy" interpretation of "Romeo and Juliet". Guest appearance by Dorien Wilson.
103 22 "The Cabin Show" Gerren Keith Barry Vigon & Tom Walla March 7, 1996 9521
The gang goes on a camping trip in the woods, and on a nature walk Pam sprains her ankle, and Martin has to help her back to the cabin. The two get lost in the woods, just as darkness falls, and nobody knows how to find them.
104 23 "The Tooth Will Set You Free" Gerren Keith Darcel "The Fat Doctor" Blagmon March 28, 1996 9522
After undergoing hypnosis at the dentist's office for an aching tooth, Pam becomes a different person whenever clapping occurs. She goes on a blind date with an artist, and nobody realizes that she is still under hypnosis.
105 24 "Martin, I Want to Sing" Gerren Keith Jacque Edmonds April 4, 1996 9523
After Pam's cousin, Alesha (played by Nichole Gilbert of the R&B group Brownstone) wins an open mike contest with her powerful singing voice, Martin only sees dollar signs, and decides to become her manager. But things go awry when she loses her voice at her audition because of practicing all night.
106 25 "D.M.V. Blues" Gerren Keith Charles Proctor April 25, 1996 9524
After Martin's driver’s license expires, his insurance company cancels his policy. So he goes down to the DMV to get it renewed, and experiences first hand the horrors of a day spent waiting on long lines, filling out reams of paperwork, DMV clerks with bad attitudes, and meeting up with an assortment of strange characters. Sherman Hemsley guest stars as the rude DMV clerk.
107 26 "Why Can't We Be Friends (Part 1)" Gerren Keith Michael Ajakwe, Jr. & Darice Rollins May 2, 1996 9525
An argument breaks out between Tommy and Martin over the condition of a loaned suitcase and results in Tommy and Martin end up not speaking to each other, and eventually deciding to end their life-long friendship. Martin is determined not to have Tommy in his life as a friend, until Cole comes by to deliver some bad news.
108 27 "Why Can't We Be Friends (Part 2)" Gerren Keith Michael Carrington & Teri Schaffer May 2, 1996 9526
A car accident has put Tommy in the hospital. Martin and the gang rush to the hospital to check on their injured friend, but find a man in the room in a full body cast. Martin, now sorry for the feuding, sobs at his bedside and vows to renew the friendship. But can Tommy really hear his plea? Guest appareance by Kareem Abdul-Jabbar.

Season 5: 1996–1997[edit]

Series # Season # Title Directed by Written by Original air date Prod. code
109 1 "Is You Is or Is You Ain't" Gerren Keith Michael Carrington September 5, 1996 9601
Gina thinks she might be pregnant and warns Martin to keep quiet. Within an hour, the whole city knows.
110 2 "Back in Trouble Again" Gerren Keith Barry Vigon & Tom Walla September 12, 1996 9602
Gina is nominated for an advertising award, and she tells Martin not to play basketball with the boys because his back has been bothering him. He decides to play anyway and ends up disabled. With the help of Tommy and Cole, Martin goes to a chiropractor who helps him make it to the event in time. But once he's there, the pain really begins to set in.
111 3 "Sophomore Jinx" Gerren Keith Michael Ajakwe, Jr. September 19, 1996 9603
After some misadventures with marriage counselors, bad advice from friends fouls things up even more for the constantly quarreling Martin and Gina.
112 4 "Working Girls" Gerren Keith Teri Schaffer September 26, 1996 9604
Under pressure during her pitch for an underwear ad presentation, Gina is incoherent, forcing Pam to step in and save the day. The clients are so impressed that they put Pam in charge, causing Gina to feel betrayed. Pam struggles to pull it off, but in the end she has to rely on Gina to win the account.
113 5 "Boo's in the House" Gerren Keith Barry Vigon & Tom Walla October 31, 1996 9605
The prospect of owning a home gets scarier when Martin and Gina buy their "dream house" on Halloween, but soon find that the place is a haunted, calamity-filled horror. Guest appearance by Mr. T.
114 6 "Banging Hard in the School Yard" Gerren Keith Samm-Art Williams November 7, 1996 9606
When Martin announces on his talk show that any man can beat any woman at anything, especially in sports, Gina and Pam challenge him to a girls-against-guys basketball game. Martin and the guys think it will be easy to beat the girls, until they discover the girl's secret weapon: the Women's Olympic gold medal-winning basketball team (Teresa Edwards, Rebecca Lobo, Dawn Staley and Sheryl Swoopes).
115 7 "The Life You Save May Make You Rich" Gerren Keith Charles Proctor November 14, 1996 9607
While attending a dinner party, Martin saves the life of an African Prince (Ernest Lee Thomas). The Prince rewards Martin with lavish gifts and offers him a large sum of money for Gina's services. Martin agrees until he realizes the Prince wants Gina as one of his wives.
116 8 "Snow White" Gerren Keith Bentley Kyle Evans November 21, 1996 9608
When Tommy invites the gang for a ski vacation, they are all in for the ride of their lives when they realize Tommy's date Aquannetta is a white woman. After Martin discovers Tommy has a special announcement to make, he believes that Tommy is going to pop the question. Guest appearance by Shaun Baker.
117 9 "Come on Over to My Place" Gerren Keith Kenny Buford December 5, 1996 9609
Cole attempts to entertain a girl at his Mom's house. But Mom shows up and ruins everything. Martin convinces Cole to get his own apartment. But it turns out to be a real dive.
118 10 "Scrooge" Gerren Keith Teri Schaffer December 19, 1996 9610
Three ghosts bring Martin the holiday spirit. Guest appearance by Jackie Chan.
119 11 "Waiting, Debating and Ovulating" Marian Deaton Samm-Art Williams January 9, 1997 9611
Martin and Gina are planning to have a baby. They plan to have a lunch-time rendezvous to get things going. But a trip to the courthouse with Cole, leads to them finding out that Martin has been ignoring jury duty since 1983. Now, forced to perform his civic duty as a juror, Martin presses for a quick verdict, so he can get home to his ovulating wife.
120 12 "You Play Too Much" Gerren Keith Kenny Buford January 23, 1997 9614
Martin helps a burglar (Method Man) rob his apartment, because he thinks its part of a scheme Pam put together, to get back at him for all his pranks. It's only after he's been robbed, that he realizes the awful truth. Guest appearance by Erik Estrada.

Absent: Tisha Campbell as Gina

Note: Campbell departs the series from episodes 120-130 due to claims co-star Martin Lawrence sexually harassed her off the set of the sitcom.
121 13 "Ain't That About a Ditch" Gerren Keith Darice Rollins January 30, 1997 9615
Even with Gina out of town on business, her mom comes to town for a weekend visit, and wants to spend all her time with Martin. But Martin has plans to hang out with Tommy and Cole at a new club that just opened up. Somehow he has to figure a way to get away from Gina's mom, so he can go out and have a good time. Guest appearance by Tone Lōc. Absent: Tisha Campbell as Gina
122 14 "Goin' Overboard (Part 1)" Gerren Keith Michael Carrington February 13, 1997 9612
Martin and the gang go off on a cruise, without Gina who misses the boat. Martin meets a beautiful woman named Ellen (Lynn Whitfield) who he believes is contemplating suicide. Martin convinces her not to kill herself, and she begins to develop a romantic interest in him. Cole hangs out with Pam at the bar, where they begin to drink heavily. The next day Pam and Cole wakes up in bed next to each other and believe that they’ve had sex. Ellen arrives at Martin’s door half dressed, to put the moves on him. Guest appearances by The Love Boat cast members: Ted Lange, Lauren Tewes and Lenny Wolpe.

Absent: Tisha Campbell as Gina

Note: Whitfield and Lawrence previously co-starred together in the film A Thin Line Between Love and Hate.
123 15 "Goin' Overboard (Part 2)" Gerren Keith Michael Carrington February 13, 1997 9613
Still on the cruise ship with his friends, Martin is stalked by Ellen. Tommy thinks that Pam is suddenly interested in Cole, after finding them in bed together. And to make it all worse, Cole attempts to marry Pam. Guest appearance by The Love Boat's Bernie Kopell. Absent: Tisha Campbell as Gina
124 16 "Power to the People's Court" Gerren Keith Michael Ajakwe, Jr. February 20, 1997 9617
Tommy decides to act as his own legal representative after Sheneneh sues him for hitting her car. Mark Curry guest stars as Ronnie Cochran, a spoof of Johnnie Cochran.

Absent: Martin Lawrence as Martin and Tisha Campbell as Gina

Note: This is the only episode that Martin Payne (the character played by Martin Lawrence) does not appear in physically, but he is heard talking on speakerphone, but however he does appear as Shenehneh.
125 17 "I, Martin, Take Thee Pam?" Gerren Keith Teri Schaffer March 6, 1997 9616
Martin takes Pam back to Jamaica where he married Gina when he learns that his marriage to Gina is invalid and that he's actually married to Pam. David Alan Grier returns as Reverend Leon Lonnie Love from the season 1 episode, "Checks, Lies and Videotape". Absent: Tisha Campbell as Gina
126 18 "Auction" Marian Deaton Kenneth Whack March 20, 1997 9618
Martin gives his cuckoo clock to Pam, who finds that it makes too much noise, and donates it to a charity auction. Later, Martin and Tommy realize that the clock he gave away might be a very valuable antique, and worth a lot of money. They then begin to come up with ways to get the clock back. Absent: Tisha Campbell as Gina
127 19 "Daddy Dearest" Gerren Keith Darice Rollins April 3, 1997 9619
Tommy's ex-marine father, Sgt. Strawn (John Amos), shows up and tries to make his son a man by showing him up in front of his friends. Absent: Tisha Campbell as Gina
128 20 "Stake-Out" Gerren Keith Charles Proctor April 10, 1997 9622
The police want to use Pam's apartment for a stake-out, to keep surveillance on a suspect named Dynamite Willie. Martin comes up with an idea to capture the suspect himself, and cash in on the $100,000 reward. Guest appearance by Keith Sweat.
129 21 "Goin' for Mine" Gerren Keith Kenny Buford April 17, 1997 9621
Pam gets fired from her job, and she gets the inside track to a newly open A&R position at Keep It Real Records. She finds a new talent Dante (Tyrese Gibson), and gets the job. Guest appearances by Dondre Whitfield, Jenna von Oÿ, Anthony Johnson and Phil Morris.

Absent: Tisha Campbell as Gina

Note: This episode was a backdoor pilot for a spin-off starring Tichina Arnold, but eventually, the series never came to fruition.
130 22 "One Flew Over the Hoochie's Nest" Gerren Keith Michael Ajakwe, Jr. April 24, 1997 9620
Pam's twin cousin Tammy (Tichina Arnold in a dual role) escapes from a mental ward and comes to stay at Pam's house, but eventually Pam is locked up in the mental ward after being mistaken for Tammy. Meanwhile everyone thinks Tammy is Pam. Absent: Tisha Campbell as Gina
131/132 23/24 "California, Here We Come" Gerren Keith Story by: Barry Vigon & Tom Walla
Teleplay by: Michael Carrington
May 1, 1997 9623/9624
Martin's talk show is picked up by a national network. The only problem is that he must move to Los Angeles, where the show will be taped. Gina also has been offered a new job that is also in L.A., but she doesn’t know how to tell Martin. Eventually Martin and Gina must say good-bye to Detroit and all their friends including Tommy, Pam and Cole. As they prepare, they gather the gang at Nipsey's and recall past good times. After he says farewell to Tommy and Cole, Martin stands in the middle of the apartment and a montage of clips from the past five years roll. He writes "1 LUV" and his signature on the wall and as he turns off the lights he sighs "thank you" and exits the apartment. This episode ends the five year run of Martin. Guest appearances by George Clinton, Lisa Leslie and Lou Rawls. Note: Tisha Campbell returned to the series following a ten-episode hiatus, after settling a sexual harassment lawsuit against Martin Lawrence. As a condition of her agreement to return, Campbell's and Lawrence's scenes were filmed at different times, to prevent them from meeting each other; this results in Gina and Martin never appearing in the same scene together.

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