List of In Living Color episodes

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This article lists the episodes of the television show In Living Color during its five season run.

Episodes[edit]

This list is considered far from complete. Some sketches may have been omitted due to lack of evidence. Sources of the sketch titles shown below come from the DVD collection and the televised version shown on FOX, FX, FXX, BET, and Centric.

Season 1[edit]

No. in Series No. in Season Air Date Sketches
1 1 15 April 1990
2 2 21 April 1990
3 3 28 April 1990
  • "Lean on Me, Beautiful"
  • "Mitzvah Train"
  • "Go On Girl"
  • "Oswald Bates for The United Negro Scholarship Fund"
  • "Too-Too Ethnic"
  • "Lassie '90"
  • "Richard Pryor: Scared for No Reason"
  • "Vortex, the Super Absorbent Tampons"
4 4 5 May 1990
  • "Oprah"
  • "The Exxxon Family" (Note: This was originally the fictional ad for "Colt 45" on the original FOX broadcast, but has been replaced with "The Exxxon Family" on DVD and in syndication, FX, FXX, BET, and Centric)
  • "Great Moments in Black History: The First Self-Service Gas Station"
  • "Jim Carrey's Celebrity Impressions Transition"
  • "Rhythmless Nation" (cut on DVD)
  • "Anton"
  • "Men on Art"
5 5 12 May 1990
  • "Three Champs and a Baby"
  • "New Ambassador"
  • "A Date with Grace"
  • "Hefty World Condominium Estates"
  • "Homeboy Shopping Network: Used Car Sale"
  • "Black World"
6 6 19 May 1990
  • "Bad Karate Class"
  • "Greshan Formula"
  • "Jheri's Kids"
  • "Tracy Chapman's Creative Process"
  • "Oppression for Black Men"
  • "Snackin' Shack"
7 7 27 May 1990
8 8 3 June 1990
  • "President Jackson's Farewell Address"
  • "K-Tel Presents Cephus & Reesie Mayweather"
  • "Endangered Species"
  • "Casa de Hair"
  • "This Ol' Box" with Anton Jackson
9 9 17 June 1990
10 10 24 June 1990
  • "Michael Jackson Mr. Potato Head"
  • "Disc Jokey, Death Jockey Trailer"
  • "School for the Self-Taught"
  • "Lil' Miss Trouble"
  • "Uncle Joe's Fairy Tales"
  • "Old Train"
  • "Vera De Milo, Bodybuilder"
11 11 15 July 1990
12 12 2 September 1990
13 13 9 September 1990

Season 2[edit]

No. in Series No. in Season Air Date Sketches
14 1 23 September 1990
  • "Hey Mon/Hedley Hospital"
  • "Sidekick"
  • "Bigger Brothers"
  • "Mudhead's Funeral"
  • "Men on Films II"
  • Musical guests Queen Latifah and Flavor Flav close the show
15 2 30 September 1990
16 3 7 October 1990
  • "Untouchables" baseball bat dinner intro
  • "Flatuscents"
  • "Good Morning/Good Night"
  • "Cephus & Reesie's Broadway Tour"
  • "The Buttmans: Guess Who's Coming to Dinner?"
  • "Spike's Joint"
17 4 14 October 1990
  • "Fly Girl Brain Surgeons"
  • "Tag Team Evangelists"
  • "Benita Butrell: Uninvited Guest"
  • "1-900-YT-GUILT"
  • "Al MacAfee: Hall Monitor"
  • Musical guest Monie Love closes the show
18 5 21 October 1990
  • The B.S. Brothers make their debut in the show opener
  • "Black Like You"
  • "Go On Girl: Sensitive Men"
  • "I Won't Drift Away"
  • "Miss Black Person U.S.A."
19 6 28 October 1990
  • Musical guest Heavy D & the Boyz opens the show
  • "Hey Mon/Hedley Court"
  • "Shahrazad Ali's Video"
  • "Snackin' Shack"
  • "Frenchie"
20 7 4 November 1990
  • "Shawn Wayans, Rap Star"
  • "B.S. Brothers: Penitentiary IV"
  • "Iraqi Fashion Show"
  • "Lil' Miss Trouble: The School Play"
  • "Vera De Milo: Buffed, Beautiful, and Bitchen"
  • "Homeboy Shopping Network: Hollywood Homeboys"
21 8 11 November 1990
22 9 18 November 1990
  • Carl Jamal Taylor guest stars as first "Fly Guy"
  • "Lassie '90"
  • "Amazing GraceRocky VI"
  • "Dinner with Millie" (cut from DVD)
  • "PMS Defense System"
  • "Men on Vacation"
  • Musical guest 3rd Bass closes the show
23 10 25 November 1990
  • "The Brothers Brothers: Two Sistas for Two Brothers"
  • "Barbara Bush Visits the Illiterates"
  • "Dickie Peterson: Cherub of Justice"
  • "Anton's Thanksgiving"
  • Musical guest D-Nice closes the show
24 11 16 December 1990
25 12 23 December 1990
  • "Afro-phone"
  • "Vera De Milo: Veracosa, Mistress of Destruction"
  • "Cephus & Reesie: The Christmas Album"
  • "Lil' Miss Trouble at the Museum"
  • "Homey D. Clown: Homey Claus"
  • Infamous 25th episode cake incident, where David Alan Grier runs his finger through the cake and is subsequently caught and dumped, fanny-first, on top of the adulterated cake.
26 13 13 January 1991
  • "The Brothers Brothers: Tom and Tom for the Arizona Tourism Commission"
  • "Johnny Abdul—Saudi-Rock Star"
  • "The Last Orphan"
  • "Velma Mullholland"
  • "B.S. Brothers: Funky Finger Productions"
  • "The Head Detective"
  • Musical guest Rich Nice closes the show
27 14 3 February 1991
  • Carla Garrido joins the Fly Girls
  • "Mr. Squeegee"
  • "B.S. Brothers: Big Break"
  • "Fashion Tampons"
  • "Fire Marshall Bill: Home Safety"
  • "Homey D. Clown: Home E. Cheese"
28 15 10 February 1991
  • "Benita Butrell: Block Captain"
  • "Vanilla Ice - White White Baby" (cut from DVD)
  • "Al Macafee, Prom Chaperone"
  • "Oswald Meets the Parole Board"
  • "My Dark Conscience"
  • "Fruit of the Loom Boxers"
29 16 17 February 1991
  • "Ejector Bed"
  • "Frenchie at a Bachelor Party"
  • "Lonny Parker, Attorney at Law"
  • "Les and Wes: Twin Stars"
  • "Anton in the Burbs"
  • Musical guest Leaders of the New School close the show
30 17 24 February 1991
31 18 3 March 1991
  • "The Brothers Brothers: Tom and Tom at the Country Club"
  • "Oprah PSA"
  • "End Zone Choreographer"
  • "Lil' Magic: The Government Cheese"
  • "Fire Marshall Bill: Classroom Safety"
  • Musical guest Another Bad Creation closes the show
32 19 17 March 1991
  • "David Alan Grier's Tribute to Broadway" (cut from DVD)
  • "Velma II"
  • "Cephus & Reesie: Last Request"
  • "`'Do You Feel Lucky?`' Promo"
  • "The 595 Club"
  • "Vera DeMilo: Pretty Buffed Woman" (spoof of Pretty Woman)
  • Musical guest KRS-One closes the show
33 20 31 March 1991
  • "B.S. Brothers & Sistas"
  • "Summer's Dawn"
  • "Lil' Miss Trouble Runs Away"
  • "The Superfly"
  • "Snackin' Shack: The New Waitress"
  • Musical guest 2 Four 2 closes the show
34 21 14 April 1991

(not included on DVD; all of the sketches are from previous episodes)

  • "Anton Volunteers", (repeat from Season 2, Episode 2)
  • "Fashion Tampons", (repeat from Season 2, Episode 14)
  • "Spike's Joint", (repeat from Season 2, Episode 3)
  • "I Won't Drift Away", (repeat from Season 2, Episode 5)
  • "Ejector Bed", (repeat from Season 2, Episode 16)
  • "Head Detective", (repeat from Season 2, Episode 13)
  • "Men on Film", (repeat from Season 2, Episode 1)
35 22 28 April 1991
36 23 5 May 1991
  • "Three Champs and a Little Lady" (repeat from Season 2, Episode 11)
  • "Black Like You" (repeat from Season 2, Episode 5)
  • "New Ambassador" (repeat from Season 1, Episode 5)
  • "Mo' Money with Whiz and Ice" (repeat from Season 1, Episode 9)
  • Musical guest The Afros close the show
37 24 12 May 1991

(Season Finale)

  • "Lil' Magic: The Audition"
  • "Oprah's Restaurant", featuring Ellen Cleghorne
  • "Homey D. Clown: Homey Sells Out"
  • "Men on Television: Blaine Becomes Hetero"
38 25 11 August 1991
  • "Dickie Peterson: Secret Service"
  • "A New 911 Message Service"
  • "Frenchie at the Opera"
  • "Clear Conscience Fur Farm and Outlet Store"
  • "Velma Mulholland Sings"
  • "Visiting Day for Oswald"
39 26 1 September 1991
  • "Amazing Grace—Rocky VI", (repeat from Season 2, Episode 9)
  • "Vera DeMilo: Veracosa, Mistress of Destruction", (repeat from Season 2, Episode 12)
  • "Mudhead's Funeral", (repeat from Season 2, Episode 1)
  • "Men on Vacation", (repeat from Season 2, Episode 9)
  • "Homey D. Clown: When Homey Met Sally", (repeat from Season 2, Episode 2)

Season 3[edit]

No. in Series No. in Season Air Date Sketches
40 1 22 September 1991
  • "Sleazo's Pee Wee Herman Mugshot Doll and Pornhouse Playset"
  • "Crown Heights Story" (cut from DVD)
  • "Misery II: with Rick James"
  • "Homey D. Clown: Homey Meets the Man" (conclusion to last season's "Homey Sells Out" sketch)
  • "The Head Detective Goes Undergarment"
41 2 29 September 1991
  • "Kung Fu Master '91"
  • "The Al Sharpton and Louis Farrakhan Comedy Hour: Jews on First"
  • "Velma Mulholland: The Burglar"
  • "Oswald Bates: The Silence of The Lambs II"
  • "Men on Film: Straight Man Out" (conclusion to previous season's cliffhanger Blaine Becomes Hetero)
42 3 6 October 1991
  • "Clarence Thomas: Sweet Clarence's Badass Song"
  • "El Grande Y Spectacular Muchacho Rockeeter" (a.k.a "The Mexican Rocketeer")
  • "Al MacAfee: Sex Ed Hall Monitor"
  • "Butt-Out Jeans by Prince"
  • "Benita Butrell: Carnival Booth"
  • "Anton: Shakespeare in the Park"
43 4 13 October 1991
  • "Jesse Jackson's Children Books" (a.k.a "Green Eggs and the Gubmint Cheese")
  • "LL Cool JJ -- Mama's Gonna Kick Me Out" (cut from DVD)
  • "Hey Mon: The Hedleys vs. The Wans"
  • "Funky Finger Productions"
  • "Fire Marshal Bill: Cruise Vacation"
  • Close featuring Leaders of the New School
44 5 20 October 1991
  • "Clarence Thomas: I'm Going to Girlie World"
  • "Closeted Gay Construction Guys"
  • "Snackin' Shack: Pirate-Themed"
  • "Dinner at Lizzy's"
  • "Cephus and Reesie: Bar Mitzvah"
  • "Handi-Man: The Adventures of Handi Boy"
45 6 27 October 1991
46 7 3 November 1991
47 8 10 November 1991
  • "Paula Abdul - Promise of a Thin Me" (cut from DVD)
  • "Sheila Peace"
  • "Les and Wes On The Run"
  • "Timbuk: The Last Runaway Slave"
  • "Late Night with Mike Tyson"
  • Close Featuring Big Daddy Kane
48 9 17 November 1991
49 10 24 November 1991
  • "The Wilt Chamberlain Memorial"
  • "My Left Foot of Fury"
  • "The Groom Room"
  • "Frenchie Goes to Alcoholics Anonymous"
  • "Skully Conditioner"
  • "Men on Film Festival"
50 11 8 December 1991
51 12 15 December 1991
  • "Bill Cosby for The Cosby Condom"
  • "HBO's Tired Comedy Night"
  • "Lil' Magic: Helen Keller"
  • "Tes-T-Shields Masculine Hygiene Pads"
  • "Sidekick in Nam!"
  • "The Ugly Woman's Blind Date"
52 13 22 December 1991
  • "Equity Express Blue Dot/Kennedy Carte Blanche"
  • "Tommy Wu Seminar"
  • "Homey the Clown: Homey at the Circus"
  • "Great Moments in Black History: The Jheri Curl"
  • "Kid Spike Lee"
  • "Fire Marshal Bill: Fire Marshall Santa"
53 14 12 January 1992
  • "B.S. Brothers at the Funeral"
  • Darnel Bond: Agent 006 (cut from DVD)
  • "Handi-Man and the Tiny Avenger"
  • Michael Jackson: Am I Black or White (cut from DVD)
  • Close Featuring A Tribe Called Quest
54 15 19 January 1992
55 16 26 January 1992

(Live Super Bowl Halftime Show)

  • "Homeboyz Shopping Network"
  • "Fire Marshall Bill at the Sports Bar"
  • "Sugar Ray's Celebrity Interviews"
  • "Men on Football" (all versions -- including DVD prints and reruns on FX, FXX, BET, and Centric -- edit out adlibbed lines implying that Richard Gere and Carl Lewis are homosexuals)
  • "Background Guy: Super Bowl Interview"
  • "Close featuring Color Me Badd
56 17 2 February 1992
  • "George H.W. Bush Acts Like Tommy Wu"
  • "The Detective Head Gets Framed"
  • "Don Rickles at a Peace Conference"
  • "Arsenio Hall Harasses Eddie Murphy" ("Cape Fear II")
57 18 9 February 1992
  • "Sally Struthers: Feed the Planet"
  • "The Church of Discount Sin Televangelists on Trial"
  • "Down Wit' MSG" ("O.P.P." spoof) (cut from DVD)
  • "Ugly Wanda: Masseuse"
58 19 16 February 1992
  • "FOX Special: Elvis Sighting"
  • "Vera De Milo: The Fist that Rocks the Cradle"
  • "Male Bonding in the Woods"
  • "House Party 3"
  • "Ghost II: Sammy Davis, Jr.'s Spirit"
  • Close featuring Eric B. and Rakim
59 20 23 February 1992
  • "Club Ozone"
  • "Al MacAfee: McBurgers Security Guard"
  • "Richard Simmons' Shed-A-Bed Diet Program"
  • "Benita Butrell: Class Reunion"
  • "Men on Vacation"
  • Close featuring Shabba Ranks and Maxi Priest
60 21 1 March 1992
  • "Career Aid" (cut from DVD)
  • "Anton: Suburban Marriage"
  • "Chillin'"
  • "Handi Man: The Sequel"
61 22 15 March 1992
  • "The Player's Club brand Billy Club"
  • "Snackin' Shack: President's Day"
  • "Act Up! Guy At the Art Gallery"
  • "Homey the Clown: Kindergarten Substitute Teacher"
  • Close featuring Black Sheep
62 23 29 March 1992
  • "Tester's Choice" (a.k.a. Fatal Attraction Coffee Commercial)
  • "The Brothers Brothers on The $100,000 Pyramid"
  • "The Last Man on Earth"
  • "Men on Videotape Rentals"
  • Close featuring Kris Kross
63 24 12 April 1992

(Released on DVD as episode 10 of Season 4)

  • "MC Hammer: Too Sold Out to Quit" (cut from DVD)
  • "Timbuk: The Last Runaway Slave" (from Season 3, episode 8: This sketch is not shown on FXX repeats as well as On Demand, but it has been replaced with "The Al Sharpton and Louis Farrakhan Comedy Hour: Haunted House")
  • "Rescue Whenever"
  • "The One Night Stand"
  • "Anton Gets Rich"
64 25 12 April 1992

(not included on the DVD; all of the sketches are from previous episodes)

  • "Wilt Chamberlain Memorial" (from Season 3, episode 10)
  • "The Al Sharpton and Louis Farrakhan Comedy Hour: Jews on First" (from Season 3, episode 2)
  • "Velma and The Burglar" (from Season 3, episode 2)
  • "Men on Football" (from Season 3, episode 16)
  • "Ugly Woman: Blind Date" (from Season 3, episode 12)
65 26 7 May 1992

Music video special; new wraparounds with Crystal as Downtown Julie Brown (entire episode omitted from DVD)

  • Michael Bolton: "When a Man Needs a Big Hit"
  • MC Hammer: "Can't Touch This" (from Season 1, episode 11)
  • Crystal Waters: "My Songs Are Mindless" (from Season 3, episode 9)
  • Vanilla Ice: "White White Baby" (from Season 2, episode 15)
  • Prince Butt Out Jeans (from Season 3, episode 3)
  • Paula Abdul: "Promise of a Thin Me" (from Season 3, episode 8)
  • Jimmie Walker: "Mama's Gonna Kick Me Out" (from Season 3, episode 4)
  • Michael Jackson: "Am I Black or White" (from Season 3, episode 14)
  • Closing: Jodeci performs "X's We Share"
66 27 26 April 1992
  • Blooper Episode: Full episode showing outtakes and gaffes from In Living Color sketches
67 28 3 May 1992
  • "Krazy Poly-Dente"
  • "Cousin Elsee"
  • "B. S. Brothers: Hollywood Tour"
  • "Reality Check: Bald Men vs. Men with Hair"
  • "Les and Wes: Go West, Les and Wes"
  • Close featuring Heavy D and The Boyz
68 29 10 May 1992
  • "SillyCone Breast Implants"
  • "Benita Butrell: Delegate"
  • "Crazy Tom's"
  • "LaShawn: Museum Guide"
  • "Fire Marshal Bill: Space Station Safety"
  • Close featuring MC Lyte
69 30 17 May 1992
  • "The Law Offices of Oswald Bates"
  • "Detective Head: On Head Majesty's Secret Service"
  • "Super Clyde"
  • "Ugly Woman: Dating Game"

Season 4[edit]

No. in Series No. in Season Air Date Sketches
70 1 27 September 1992
71 2 4 October 1992
72 3 11 October 1992
73 4 18 October 1992
74 5 25 October 1992
  • "Trail Mix-a-Lot" in "Baby Got Snacks" (cut from DVD)
  • "Lonnie the Childish Adult"
  • "Super Bimbo"
  • "Def Jam Comedy Hour: Audience Reactions"
  • "Juice Mania"
  • Musical guest Grand Puba closes the show
75 6 1 November 1992
  • Bill Clinton in "Humpin' Around" (cut from DVD)
  • "The Head Detective"
  • "Ice Poe: At The Airport"
  • "Sue Goober: 007 Bond Girl Audition" (cut from DVD)
  • "Anton at Comic Relief"
76 7 8 November 1992
  • Shabba Ranks in "Mr. Ugly Man" (cut from DVD)
  • "The Dysfunctional Home Show: How to Cook Pork and Beans"
  • "Snuff & Roam: Nightclubbing"
  • "Homey D. Clown: Homey's Son"
  • Close Featuring Wreckx-N-Effect
77 8 15 November 1992
78 9 22 November 1992
79 10 13 December 1992
  • Madonna in "Neurotica" (cut from DVD)
  • "Gays in the Military" (cut from DVD)
  • "Lil' Magic: Working Girl"
  • "Edwin O. Fay's Skin-Lightening Treatment (a.k.a "Your Face is Your Passport")"
  • "Dracula Meets Ugly Wanda"
80 11 20 December 1992
  • "Driving Miss Schott"
  • "An Ice Poe Christmas"
  • "Benita Butrell: Holiday Volunteer"
  • "Cephus and Reesie: Tunes for Tots"
  • "Why?: Black Eyewitnesses in the News"
  • "Al MacAfee: How MacAfee Stole Christmas"
  • Christmas Close: Jamie Foxx sings This Christmas (cut from DVD)
81 12 3 January 1993
  • "Vera DeMilo and Little Richard: The Stank of a Woman" (cut from DVD)
  • "The Bodyguard with Grace Jones" (cut from DVD)
  • "Cousin Elsee: At the Hospital"
  • "Why: Rap Music Used for Commercials"
  • "The Dysfunctional Home Show: Belated Christmas Special"
  • "Mr. & Mrs. Brooks Second Honeymoon"
  • Close Featuring Digable Planets
82 13 17 January 1993
  • "The Capitol Hillbillies" (spoof of The Beverly Hillbillies)
  • "Benita Butrell: Physician's Office"
  • "Amy Fisher's 'Bang for Your Buck' Seminar"
  • "Tales from the Crib"
  • "Ross Perot Buys Up Airtime"
  • "You Bet Your Career"
  • Close Featuring Father MC
83 14 6 February 1993
84 15 7 February 1993
  • "Alive II: with Richard Simmons"
  • "Loomis Simmons' The Power Stretch"
  • "The Info Group"
  • "What If Bob Hope was Black?"
  • "Sgt. Stacey Koon on COPS"
  • "Men on Fitness" (with guest Damon Wayans, former cast member)
85 16 11 February 1993
  • "Bill Cosby's Condom Commercial"
  • "Homey D. Clown's Parole Romance"
  • "Ejector Bed"
  • "Velma on a Blind Date"
  • "Ugly Woman's One Night Stand"
86 17 14 February 1993
87 18 21 February 1993
88 19 25 February 1993
  • "Men on Film Festival"
  • "Rise to Stardom"
  • "Cliff Hanger"
  • "Sponsors"
  • "Ratings"
89 20 28 February 1993
90 21 7 March 1993
91 22 14 March 1993
  • "Great Moments In Black History: The First Record Scratcher"
  • "Al Sharpton's Hunger Strike"
  • "What If Archie Bunker was Black?" (would later become "All Up in the Family" in the fifth season)
  • "Mr. Rogers: Insufferable Prick" (a.k.a. "Mr. Rogers at the Video Store")
  • Close Featuring Heavy D and The Boyz
92 23 21 March 1993

(not included on syndication; all the sketches are from past episodes)

93 24 4 April 1993
94 25 25 April 1993
95 26 29 April 1993

(not included in syndication; all the sketches are from past episodes) Best Commercial Parodies:

96 27 2 May 1993
97 28 6 May 1993

(not included on syndication; all the sketches shown are from previous episodes)

  • "The Superfly"
  • "El Grande Y Spectacular Muchacho Rocketeer" ("The Mexican Rocketeer")
  • "My Left Foot of Fury"
  • "Oswald: Silence of the Lambs II"
  • "Passenger 227"
  • "Ugly Wanda in Basic Instank II"
98 29 9 May 1993
  • "Heterosexual Pride Parade"
  • "Reality Check: Wearing a Bikini"
  • "Calhoun Tubbs: Chuck E. Cheddar"
  • "Thelma & Louise Jefferson"
  • "Mrs. Sheridan's Phone Call"
  • "Ugly Wanda: The Queen of the Old West)"
  • Close Featuring Onyx
99 30 13 May 1993

(not included in syndication; all the sketches are from previous episodes)

  • "Elvis Sighting"
  • "What If Bob Hope Were Black?"
  • "Woody Allen: Date The Children"
  • "Jay Leno"
  • "You Bet Your Career"
100 31 16 May 1993
  • "Grandpa and Duke the Dead Dog: Beer Commercial Audition"
  • "Vera De Milo: Breasts Of Fury!"
  • "Snackin' Shack: Eligible Bachelor"
  • "Bunny & Clive: Incompetent Teenage Thugs"
  • "The Dysfunctional Home Show: Grandma's Funeral"
  • Close Featuring The Pharcyde
101 32 23 May 1993
  • "Joe Jackson: Rock 'Em Sock 'Em Jacksons"
  • "In Living Color Complaint Line"
  • "Lashawn: Beauty Shop" (includes LaWanda Page cameo)
  • "Why? Star Trek Aliens Portrayed By Black People" (includes Molly Shannon cameo)
  • "B.S. Brothers: Big Break"
  • "In Living Color Complaint Line #2"
  • "The Champ: The Tooth Goes to Senate"
  • "In Living Color Complaint Line #3"

Season 5[edit]

No. in Series No. in Season Air Date Sketches
102 1 16 September 1993
  • "Ike Turner Strikes Back" (a.k.a "You Done Lied; Nothin's True to It") (cut from DVD)
  • "Russell Simmons' Def Strawberry Jam"
  • "Seinfeld in the 'Hood"
  • "Kim & Sammy: Korean Grocer Puppet"
  • "Ugly Wanda: Wanda Gives Birth"
103 2 23 September 1993
  • "Michael Jackson: Little Billy's Not My Lover" (cut from DVD)
  • "The Dirty Dozens Game Show" (with show writer Nick Bakay as Stu Dunfy)"
  • "Ball Park Breast and Butt Implants"
  • "Baptist Church Revival Olympics"
  • "Fire Marshal Bill at the Hospital"
104 3 30 September 1993
  • "Snow: Impostor" (cut from DVD)
  • "Ike Turner & Hooch/FOX News Special Report: The Reginald Denny Riots"
  • "The Honeymooners" '93: New Jack Swing Dancing
  • "Cheap Pete at the Convenience Store" with guest Chris Rock
  • "Ace and Main Man" Meet Tupac
105 4 7 October 1993
  • "Loomis Simmons: Knock You Up"
  • "Prison Cable Network: Mr. Cell Block Beauty Pageant" (cut from DVD)
  • "An Apology from the Denny's Spokeswomen"
  • "Unpoetic Justice"
  • "Carl 'The Tooth' Williams: Shot at the Title"
  • "Funky Finger Productions" a.k.a. "B.S. Brothers: Talk Show"
106 5 14 October 1993
  • "The Los Angeles Riots Anniversary Show" (cut from DVD; the FXX version inexplicably cuts out the beginning of Rodney King's song near the end where he mentions driving down Foothill Boulevard)
  • "NBA Fan Harasses Player" with guest Chris Rock
  • "The Depressed Irish Singer at the Mental Hospital"
  • "FOX Sports: The Anorexic Sumo Wrestler"
  • "Deronda and Pookie Play Family"
  • "Wanda and her Baby, Part 2: The Detective"
  • "MTV Unplugged: Jodeci" (cut from DVD)
107 6 21 October 1993
  • "Hag Team: Droop! There It Is" (cut from DVD)
  • "Rush and Al's Big and Loud Men's Clothes Store"
  • "Background Guy: The FOX Newsroom"
  • "A Few Minutes with Randy Rooney" (a.k.a. "What If Andy Rooney Were Black?")
  • "Cheap Pete at the Bar" with guest Chris Rock
  • "Ace and the Main Man" with guest star Marsha Warfield
  • Close featuring Jazzmatazz
108 7 28 October 1993
  • "Wanda and Her Baby, Part 3: Wanda Writes in her Diary"
  • "Carl 'The Tooth' Williams: Rocky Parody" (cut from DVD)
  • "Circus of the Black Stars"
  • "Magnifico Lets Himself Go"
  • "Fire Marshal Bill: Magic Show Safety" (the FXX reruns edit out Fire Marshall Bill's line that implies he and an Arab man named Abdul were involved with the 1993 bombing of the World Trade Center)
  • Close featuring Leaders of the New School
109 8 4 November 1993
  • "Wanda and Her Baby, Part 4A: Ugly Wanda at the Door"
  • "HBO's Sam Kinison: Live From Hell"
  • "AT&T Frequent Caller Plan" (a.k.a "Tiny the Obscene Phone Caller")
  • "Wanda and Her Baby, Part 4B: Ugly Wanda at the Door"
  • "Insensitive Therapist (a.k.a. Dr. Inappropriato)"
  • "The Dirty Dozens II"
  • "Wanda and Her Baby, Part 4C: Ugly Wanda at the Door"
  • Close featuring Lords of the Underground
110 9 11 November 1993
  • "Rush and Al's 'Can't We All Just Sweat Along?' Gym and Home Fitness Program"
  • "All Up In The Family: Gloria's Jamaican Boyfriend"
  • "The Waiter Who Knows Too Many Specials"
  • "Wanda and Her Baby: Wanda Meets Barry Bonds"
  • "East Hollywood Squares II" with guests Peter Marshall and Gary Coleman
111 10 18 November 1993
  • "The Background Guy: Streetside Crime Scene"
  • "Wile E. Coyote: Cartoon Violence Trial"
  • "Go On Girl: Madonna's Effect on Women's Progress"
  • "Candy Cane Kids Show: Candy and Benny the Dinosaur"
  • "The Honeymooners '93": The New Boss
112 11 2 December 1993
  • "Vera DeMilo: I Need a Buffneck" (cut from DVD)
  • "Pavarotti's New Back-Up Singers (cut from DVD)
  • "Carl the Tooth Williams Parachutes In"
  • "What If The Menendez Brothers Were Black?"
  • "Lorena Bobbit for the Deboner 2000"
  • "Sammy and the Man: The Police Officer Puppet"
  • "Umbilical Barry at the College Party"
  • Close featuring Us3
113 12 16 December 1993
114 13 30 December 1993
  • "Joe Jackson's Never Neverland Sale"
  • "Mr. Armstrong, The Dead-Armed Substitute Teacher"
  • "A Few Minutes with Randy Rooney"
  • "Deronda and Pookie Play Office"
  • "Wheel of Dozens"
115 14 13 January 1994
  • "Sister Act 3: This Ain't Kosher"
  • "Background Guy: Bigfoot Sighting Report"
  • "The Gangsta Group"
  • "The Waiter Who Knows Way Too Many Specials: Airline Meals"
  • "Grandpa and Duke the Dead Dog: Police Dog Training"
116 15 27 January 1994
  • "Marlee Matlin Sings & Raps Deaf Def Jams" (cut from DVD)
  • "Cheap Pete On A Date" with guest Chris Rock
  • "AWF's Tag-Team Wrestling: Rush & Al vs. Howard Stern & Robin Quivers"
  • "East Hollywood Squares" with guests Peter Marshall and Fred Berry
117 16 3 February 1994
  • "Tonya Harding for The Club"
  • "All Up In The Family: Cross-Eyed Boss' White Wife"
  • "John Bobbit: The New Six Million Dollar Man"
  • "Hemorrhoid Guy: Stuck in the Operating Room" with Chris Rock as Cheap Pete
  • "Ugly Wanda and Her Uglier Sister" (featuring Biz Markie as Wanda's uglier sister)
118 17 10 February 1994
119 18 17 February 1994
  • "Mrs Ikefire"
  • "East Hollywood Squares III" with guest Peter Marshall
  • "Background Guy: Spring Break Report"
  • "Dirty Dozens Home Game"
  • "Fire Marshall Bill: Honeymoon Hotel"
120 19 24 February 1994
  • "Risky Business II: The Menendez Brothers" (cut from DVD)
  • "Carl 'The Tooth' Williams's Paternity Suit" with Biz Markie
  • "San Francisco" (Philadelphia parody) with Chris Rock as one of the gay attorneys
  • "Dirty Dozens Tournament Of Champions" with Biz Markie as one of the contestants and Ed O'Neill as himself
121 20 10 March 1994
  • "Dr Kervorkian's Home Remedies"
  • "Great Moments In Black History: The First Def Comedy Jam"
  • "Thugs" (parody of COPS. Coincidentally, Saturday Night Live had a similar sketch on the season 19 episode hosted by Martin Lawrence)
  • "Proud Gay Man at a Burger Joint"
  • "Sweet Tooth Jones: The Hollywood School of Self-Defense"
  • "Close featuring Simplē E
122 21 24 March 1994
  • "Loomis Simmons: Make Him Jealous!"
  • "66th Annual Academy Awards Highlights"
  • "Grandpa and Duke: Beethoven's Sidekick Audition"
  • "Cheap Pete Gets Married" with guest Chris Rock
  • "Umbilical Barry Rides the Subway"
  • "Hemorrhoid Patient: Stuck in the Hallway"
  • "Close featuring Eazy-E
123 22 7 April 1994
  • "Rush And Al's Greatest Hits" (cut from DVD)
  • "Cheap Pete At The Carnival" with guest Chris Rock
  • "Loomis Simmons: Let Me Harass You!"
  • "The Scary Larry Show" (a.k.a. The Vietnam Vet Kids' Show Host)
  • "East Hollywood Squares IV" with guest Peter Marshall
  • "Close featuring Souls of Mischief
124 23 28 April 1994
  • "Snoop Dogg: Drivin' Down the Street" (cut from DVD)
  • "Sweet Tooth Jones: Sexual Harassment Seminar"
  • "Michael Jackson at Disneyworld" (cut from DVD)
  • "Ed Baker, The Insensitive Guidance Counselor" (featuring Biz Markie as student Marlin Kane)
  • "Ugly Wanda: Bachelor Auction" (featuring Luther Vandross as himself)
  • "Close featuring Bo$$
125 24 5 May 1994
  • "Rap Masterpiece Theatre: Rap Lyric Dramatic Readings II" (cut from DVD)
  • "Candy Cane: Candy Gets Replaced"
  • "The Waiter in the Diner" (cut from DVD)
  • "Chris Rock's Speech" (cut from DVD)
  • "Grandpa & Duke the Dead Dog: A Time for Love"
  • "Family Dozens"
126 25 12 May 1994
  • "Mustang Brothel for Vista Credit Cards"
  • "Wile E. Coyote's Mall Appearance"
  • "Infomercial Awards"
  • "All Up in the Family: Gay Barney"
  • "Deronda and Pookie Play Party"
  • "The B.S. Brothers: Gangsta Rappers"
  • "Close featuring Me'Shell NdegeOcello
127 26 19 May 1994
  • "Background Guy: Haunted House Report" (cut from DVD)
  • "The Champ Goes Back to School"
  • "Prison Cable Network: Lights Out with the Angel"
  • "Ace and Main Man Meet Salt 'n' Pepa."
  • "Close featuring 'To Be Continued...'

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