List of Sister, Sister episodes

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The following is an episode list for the ABC/The WB sitcom Sister, Sister. The series premiered on April 1, 1994, and ended on May 23, 1999, with 119 episodes, spanning 6 seasons.

Series overview[edit]

Season Episodes Originally aired DVD release
(region 1)
First aired Last aired
1 11 April 1, 1994 September 6, 1994 October 28, 2008
2 20 November 16, 1994 April 28, 1995 May 19, 2009
3 22 September 6, 1995 May 15, 1996 TBA
4 22 September 4, 1996 May 14, 1997 TBA
5 22 September 10, 1997 May 17, 1998 TBA
6 22 September 13, 1998 May 23, 1999 TBA

Episodes[edit]

Season 1: (1994)[edit]

  • This season consists of 11 episodes.
Season 1 episodes
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1 1 "The Meeting" Zane Buzby Kim Bass, Gary Gilbert &
Fred Shafferman
April 1, 1994 (1994-04-01) 101
In The Series Opener At a Detroit shopping mall, twins Tia Landry and Tamera Campbell meet for the first time, but when Lisa gets a job in St. Louis, and Tia is worried that she will not see Tamera. Tia and Tamera get lost at a local train suburb, where they meet with Lisa and Ray and they discuss whether or not Tia and Lisa should move into Tamera's house.
2 2 "First Dates" Zane Buzby Josh Goldstein April 1, 1994 (1994-04-01) 102
Having found a date, Tamera sidesteps a pact with Tia in which they agreed to forgo the school dance unless they both had dates.
3 3 "Slumber Party" John Sgueglia Phil Doran April 8, 1994 (1994-04-08) 108
Tia and Tamera throw a slumber party and invited a few girls from school, but their friend Sarah is not enjoying the party because she is not able to see her boyfriend, Adam, that her parents had forbidden her to see. Meanwhile, Lisa and Ray are at the video store and Lisa catches her boyfriend cheating.
4 4 "Cheater, Cheater" Zane Buzby Vanessa Middleton April 15, 1994 (1994-04-15) 103
When Tia makes the school's Honor Roll, Tamera overhears Ray telling Lisa that if Tamera made the honor roll he'd tell the world about it. Tamera goes on a mission to try to ace a test and studies all night long. However getting so little sleep she cannot even remember anything. Tamera asks Tia to take her place for the test, Tia agrees but is soon caught. Now in trouble, Tia and Tamera try to make it home before Ray and Lisa to intercept the principal's phone call.
5 5 "Wedding Bells & Box Boys" Terri McCoy Josh Goldstein April 22, 1994 (1994-04-22) 110
Tia is excited when asked out on a car date with a 16-year-old boy, the problem is Tia having to persuade Lisa to allow her to go. Meanwhile, Lisa is designing a wedding dress for a bride named Danielle but the wedding is canceled when her and Ray are caught kissing in the kitchen, leaving Lisa without a check.
6 6 "Out Alone" Terri McCoy Kriss Turner April 29, 1994 (1994-04-29) [1] 107
Tia and Tamera go to a movie, but get lost on the bus ride home, and Tamera gets fed up with being seen as a twin all the time. Lisa convinces Ray to take her cat "Little Ray" to the vet, but Ray is not willing to pay for the bill.
7 7 "The Pimple" Zane Buzby Larry Wilmore May 6, 1994 (1994-05-06) 105
When Tia's anxieties about a prominent pimple "come to a head", so to speak, she asks Tamera to go out on a date in her place. Meanwhile, Lisa starts her own fashion business, but when Ray finds out that a lady wants to return one of Lisa's dresses, he tries to hide it from her.
8 8 "Car Trouble" Leonard R. Garner, Jr. Vanessa Middleton &
Larry Wilmore
May 20, 1994 (1994-05-20) 109
Lisa finally gets a car, but nobody expects it, with its worn-down frame and now rusty paint job it takes up half of the garage. When Lisa and Ray leave in Lisa's new car, Tamera finds Ray's keys and decides to try out her driving skills, but damages the car by hitting a trash can and traps Tia into promising not to tell. To make matters worse, Roger saw what happened and threatens to tell Ray if the twins don't agree to be his girlfriends for a week. When Ray notices the scratch he blames Lisa; Meanwhile, Lisa persuades Ray to help her bake 80 loaves of cornbread for a fundraising event.
9 9 "The Birthday" Zane Buzby Carrie Honigblum &
Renee Phillips
June 28, 1994 (1994-06-28) 104
It's the twins' birthday and Lisa gets them a present they love until they see Ray's. His is a limo trip to Chicago! Excited, the twins forget all about Lisa and get ready for Chicago. They bring along their friend Sarah but make her feel left out, they start a fight. The girls start taking advantage of room service and other hotel amenities.
10 10 "Love Strikes" Art Dielhenn Carrie Honigblum &
Renee Phillips
July 5, 1994 (1994-07-05) 106
While on their family bowling, Ray meets a lady named Beverly whom he really likes. After meeting Beverly, Tia and Tamera try to break them up. Not being successful, the twins keep at their evil plot. Will they let love blossom between the lovers?
11 11 "The Concert" Terri McCoy Terry Hart September 6, 1994 (1994-09-06) TBA

In the season 1 finale appalled by a rap artist's lyrics, Lisa and Ray refuse to buy concert tickets for the twins, who then schemes to meet their rap idol.

Note: Lisa and Ray kiss for the first time.

Season 2: (1994–95)[edit]

  • This season consists of 20 episodes ("Mothers and Other Strangers" was supposed to air in Season 1 but instead aired in Season 2).
  • Marques Houston joins the main cast.
Season 2 episodes
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12 1 "Hair Today" Art Dielhenn Kriss Turner November 16, 1994 (1994-11-16) 202
Tia and Tamera just started their first day in high school. The girls and Lisa get a makeover. While Tia ends up looking the same, Tamera's makeover goes much better and she gets to join the "cool crowd", leaving Tia out in the cold. Things only get worse when Tia tries to give herself a makeover and it backfires badly.
13 2 "Get a Job" Art Dielhenn Bernadette Luckett November 23, 1994 (1994-11-23) 201

Ray puts the twins to work at the limo service, but the girls look for a way out when a handsome manager offers them jobs at a local burger joint. They want to do both jobs, so one twin goes to Rocket Burger and has to balance both twins and so does the other twin at Ray's Limo Service.

Note: Tahj Mowry (younger brother of Tia Mowry and Tamera Mowry) guest stars in this episode as their cousin.
14 3 "Joey's Choice" Art Dielhenn Carrie Honigblum & Renee Phillips November 30, 1994 (1994-11-30) 203

Thinking they are the same person, a guy inadvertently asks both twins for dates; Lisa goes shopping for a handsome supermarket manager. What will happen when the twins figure out what's going on, and will Lisa find true love at long last?

Note: This is the first episode to feature Terrence.
15 4 "A Tall Tale" Terri McCoy Phil Doran December 7, 1994 (1994-12-07) 205
The twins find their dates for a big dance to be less than perfect gentlemen. Meanwhile, Roger arranges his own blind date. Tia and Tamera contemplate how to handle their immature dates, while Roger struggles with a tall dance partner.
16 5 "It's a Love Thang" Chuck Vinson Bernadette Luckett & Kriss Turner December 14, 1994 (1994-12-14) 209
Tia helps Tamera meet a cute guy that they see on the bus. But a little too late, Tamera finds out that the cute boy was only 12. Meanwhile, Lisa tries to tell Terrence she loves him.
17 6 "Free Billy" Terri McCoy Carrie Honigblum & Renee Phillips December 21, 1994 (1994-12-21) 206
Ray wants to make a commercial for "Ray's Limo Service" but he cannot get the lines right! Tia and Tamera are also in the commercial, and find a pig that is being abused. They take it to their house but have to hide it from their parents. When Ray and Lisa find out Billy the pig, he has to go. Meanwhile, Lisa has two "near-death" experiences; One being suffocating in soup and another with a ceiling fan.
18 7 "Operation: Deja View" Art Dielhenn Larry Wilmore January 11, 1995 (1995-01-11) 210
The twins' appendixes hurt and they are rushed to the hospital. After the surgery , they discover that they were born in that same hospital. seeming better, Tia and Tamera sneak out and look for their birth records. While on their search they go into a room full of deceased bodies. Ray sings to the elderly at the hospital.
19 8 "Tattoo" Art Dielhenn Phil Doran (Teleplay)
Phil Doran & Sy Rosen (Story)
January 18, 1995 (1995-01-18) 211
Tia's new tattoo, a symbol of her love for her boyfriend, aggravates Lisa. However, mother and daughter make up when Lisa admits that she had a kitten tattoo done on her bottom for the same reason years ago.
20 9 "Two for the Road" Terri McCoy Brian Pollack & Mert Rich February 1, 1995 (1995-02-01) 207
The twins have just received their learner's permits, so they are eager to get out on the road. Lisa teaches Tia how to drive while Ray teaches Tamera. But when things go wrong, Ray suggests they go to an empty parking lot to practice their driving, which ends in an accident.
21 10 "It's a Party Thang" Art Dielhenn Bernadette Luckett & Kriss Turner February 15, 1995 (1995-02-15) 212
In an effort to reassert themselves socially, the twins plan the party to end all parties; and, when their guests are late, Lisa, Ray, and Roger round up some replacement guests so the twins do not feel bad.
22 11 "Field Trip" Art Dielhenn Phil Doran February 22, 1995 (1995-02-22) 213

On a school field trip, a cool teacher loses his temper with the twins and gives them detention; Roger's crush leads him to thievery- and soon infamy. When the museum's love statue ends up with Roger, women suddenly find him irresistible. Meanwhile, Lisa and Terrance begin fighting once she catches him flirting with the clerk, Latina, at the mall and he catches her flirting with the mail man.

Guest Stars: Phill Lewis as Ed
23 12 "Put to the Test" Art Dielhenn Bernadette Luckett March 1, 1995 (1995-03-01) 215
Tia and Tamera take the S.A.T exams, and later when the results come back the twins get surprising test scores; Lisa tries to sell some of her at a boutique store, but she is snubbed by the owner.
24 13 "Mothers and Other Strangers" Terri McCoy Carrie Honigblum &
Renee Phillips
March 8, 1995 (1995-03-08) 111

Lisa's mother comes to visit. Not thinking at the time, Lisa had told her mother that she was married to Ray. Lisa then persuades Ray to pretend to be her husband, and in return she will not talk for a week. Lisa's mother discourages her and constantly tries to tell Lisa what her life should be like. Meanwhile, Tia, Tamera, and Roger prepare for a talent show.

Note: This episode was held over from the first season, then aired later.
25 14 "Kid in Play" Peter Baldwin Larry Wilmore March 15, 1995 (1995-03-15) 214
Tia is offered the lead in the school play—but only after Tamera forfeits the part by being late for a rehearsal.
26 15 "Dream Lover" Chuck Vinson Larry Wilmore March 22, 1995 (1995-03-22) 204
Tia is grossed out by a bizarre dream in which she finds herself to be the object of her boss's affection; Lisa fixes Ray up with a blind date.
27 16 "Scrambled Eggs" Art Dielhenn Kriss Turner March 24, 1995 (1995-03-24) 217
Tia and Tamera's school project on parenting is not what it's cracked up to be when Tamera is paired with Roger; Lisa tries to impress Terrence's religious parents; and Ray gives an e-mail dating system a try.
28 17 "Smoking in the Girls' Room" Chuck Vinson Carrie Honigblum & Renee Phillips March 31, 1995 (1995-03-31) 208
When Lisa uses the twins' new answering machine to monitor their activities, she discovers that they may have started smoking.
29 18 "Playing Hooky" David Blackwell Josh Goldstein April 7, 1995 (1995-04-07) 218
The twins have a huge exam coming up, and they are very stressed, on the day of the exam Lisa picks the twins up from school, and takes them out for a day of fun. When they get home, Ray and Lisa get into a huge argument.
30 19 "Single White Teenager" Art Dielhenn Carrie Honigblum & Renee Phillips April 14, 1995 (1995-04-14) 216
Tamera finds a new buddy named Denise, while Tia's sick at home, but the twins are freaked out when Denise begins to act and dress like them in order to secure their friendship.
31 20 "I Do?" Art Dielhenn Carrie Honigblum & Renee Phillips April 28, 1995 (1995-04-28) 219
In The Season 2 Finale After Terrence proposes, Lisa makes plans for her big day—until a bizarre dream makes her think twice about the nuptials.

Season 3: (1995–96)[edit]

  • This season consists of 22 episodes.
  • Marques Houston is absent for two episodes.
Season 3 episodes
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32 1 "The Natural" Art Dielhenn Ernest Nyle Brown September 6, 1995 (1995-09-06) 302
On the first day of school and both of them started their sophomore year, Tia sets her sights on the new boy at school and changes her entire schedule to be in his classes - including auto repair and wood shop - before discovering he already has a girlfriend. Meanwhile, Tamera joins the school's softball team, but unwanted coaching from an overzealous Ray makes her want to escape the pressure by quitting.
33 2 "The Break-Up" Art Dielhenn Regina Y. Hicks September 13, 1995 (1995-09-13) 303
Love is a many-splintered thing: Lisa and Terrence break-up over her refusal to get married, leaving Ray friendless and Lisa upset when he tries to keeping hanging out with Terrence. Meanwhile, Roger tries to use reverse psychology to win Tamera's heart, but winds up kindling interest in Tia and conflict between the sisters.
34 3 "The Tutor" Art Dielhenn Andy Guerdat September 20, 1995 (1995-09-20) 301
Tamera's scheme to get a date has her trying to fill Tia's shoes as a tutor for the captain of the football team. Meanwhile, Ray plays police officer to help Lisa turn heads at her high-school reunion, where she looks forward to meeting her old flame David Johnson.
35 4 "History a La Carte" Art Dielhenn Janet Lynne Jackson September 27, 1995 (1995-09-27) 304

An unexpected inheritance from an aunt sends Lisa into a shopping frenzy that could be quite costly. Meanwhile, Ray agrees to be Tamera's extra-credit history project when the girls discover that he had been denied FBI clearance because he was arrested in the '60s - but does not tell them it was not for protesting but for streaking.

Marques Houston does not appear in this episode.
36 5 "Grandpa Campbell" Art Dielhenn Robert Illes & Dennis Pollack October 4, 1995 (1995-10-04) 305
A visit from shady Grandpa Campbell (Sherman Hemsley) has Ray keeping an eye on his wallet and on Lisa: his father has a crush on her. Meanwhile, Tamera turns tycoon when the elder Campbell helps her turn a school project into an exercise in greed. Ray has never been a fan of his father, who he perceives as an opportunist. But when Grandpa Campbell shows up, Ray makes the best of his visit. For the first time, Grandpa Campbell seems attentive to Ray and his family. Ray begins to see a new side of his father, as Grandpa Campbell gets involved with Tia and Tamera's projects for their school's entrepreneur week. When Grandpa Campbell leaves, Ray feels better about his relationship with his Dad, despite Grandpa Campbell leaving with some of Ray's money.
37 6 "The Twins Get Fired" Art Dielhenn Steve Kreinberg October 11, 1995 (1995-10-11) 306
When Tia gets a promotion to assistant manager at Rocket Burger, Tamera sees it as an opportunity to slack off. But she forgets to close the freezer door one night which causes all of its contents to spoil. This incident causes Tia to be fired. The manager, not knowing the truth, offers the now vacant assistant manager position to Tamera. Tamera turns into a diva in a uniform ordering everyone around, and doing little work herself. It catches up with her, and she gets fired too. The job then gets passed on Roger. Meanwhile, Lisa must explain to her date why Ray is in her house late at night in his bath robe.
38 7 "Halloween" Howard Storm Andy Guerdat October 25, 1995 (1995-10-25) 307
The twins nab Ray's car on Halloween to search for a party, but end up at the Canada–US border and on the late-night news.
39 8 "Weird Science" Dinah Manoff Larry Balmagia November 8, 1995 (1995-11-08) 308
While at a Science Fair at school, Ray meets Paula, the twins' science teacher, and the two grow to like each other. Taking advantage of this, Tamera (and eventually Tia) begin to slack off on their schoolwork. Catching on to girls, Ray says he is going to break up with Paula so the girls' will do their reports. Will Tamera end the love, or will it be a "happily ever after" ending? Meanwhile, Lisa has second thoughts about her clothing business when her mall neighbors shun her. They end up stealing her cart as a joke and Lisa goes crazy. Will she find her cart?
40 9 "Thanksgiving in Hawaii (Part 1)" Jack Shea Robert Illes & Dennis Pollack November 15, 1995 (1995-11-15) 309

Lisa and Terrence were going to take Tia to a time share in Hawaii for Thanksgiving, but since their break up things are different. Lisa thinks Terrence will not go, and Terrence thinks Lisa will not go. Of course, they both do go. Lisa invites Ray and Tamera to join them for a family Thanksgiving while Terrence invites Tonya, Ray's ex-girlfriend. When they all show up at the condo, chaos ensues. A traditional Thanksgiving this is not. The twins decide to slip out and explore the island, only to find themselves on a sail boat drifting out to sea.

Note: John Ratzenberger guest stars as "Gus" the transplanted islander/handyman of the condo complex.
41 10 "Thanksgiving in Hawaii (Part 2)" Jack Shea Robert Illes & Dennis Pollack November 22, 1995 (1995-11-22) 310
The adults realize that the girls are missing and set out to find them. When Tia decides to swim to shore, they realize that they have drifted out from the shore, but the water is still only 2 feet (0.61 m) deep. They get back to shore, only to find that the adults have gone out to sea in search of them. The twins decide to head back and begin making Thanksgiving dinner, so their parents will not be so angry when they get home. When everyone is finally back at the condo, they begin to have that long awaited Thanksgiving dinner when a tsunami warning sounds, and they all duck for cover.
42 11 "Private School" Terri McCoy Demetrius A. Bady November 29, 1995 (1995-11-29) 311

Tia gets accepted to the boarding school she has always dreamed of attending. Lisa is anxious because she has spent the savings for tuition on other things. When Tia goes to the school for a weekend orientation, she realizes that her family is more important to her than this school. Tamera in the meantime has already rearranged their bedroom and boxed Tia's things up. Tia does not know how to tell Lisa she does not want to go to boarding school; and Lisa does not know how to tell Tia she does not have the money to send her.

Marques Houston does not appear in this episode.
43 12 "Christmas" Gary Shimokawa Robert Illes & Dennis Pollack December 13, 1995 (1995-12-13) 313
Grandpa Campbell returns for the holidays, and he owes $1,000 to a loan shark, which Tia, Tamera and Lisa secretly repay with money they'd been saving to buy Christmas gifts.
44 13 "Double Double Date" Terri McCoy Regina Y. Hicks January 10, 1996 (1996-01-10) 312
Tia's originally dateless night turns into double trouble when she accepts two invitations to the same party - and then enlists Tamera's help in keeping her dates apart.
45 14 "Reality Really Bites" Art Dielhenn Ernest Nyle Brown January 31, 1996 (1996-01-31) 315
Tia's film project, which begins as a comedy, turns tragic when she manipulates her family - including a lovesick Tamera - to make her documentary more interesting with the help of Roger. When it comes time to screen her film, it turns out she has scrapped all the manipulated footage and replaced it with an apology to her family.
46 15 "The Volunteers" J.D. Lobue Janet Lynn Jackson February 7, 1996 (1996-02-07) 318
When Tia and Tamera volunteer for community service at a retirement home, Tamera's charge Edgar (Milton Berle) proves to be more than she can handle. Meanwhile, Ray's shot as a teacher turns into a snooze-fest for his students.
47 16 "Valentine's Day" Art Dielhenn Andy Guerdat February 14, 1996 (1996-02-14) 314
Tia is messing around with everybody's minds when she tries to apply techniques she learned in psychology class to Tamera, Ray and Lisa when she discovers that Ray and Lisa have exchanged valentines. Meanwhile, Tamera goes to the Valentine's Day Dance with Roger after the boy she originally asked to go with rejects her.
48 17 "Paper or Plastic?" Art Dielhenn Steve Sullivan & Ursula Ziegler February 21, 1996 (1996-02-21) 317
When several of Terrence's workers go on strike at the grocery store in hopes of getting higher wages, Terrence asks Tia and Tamera to come work for him. Tamera takes Terrence up on his offer, and when Tia sees Tamera living it up on the wages from her new job, she quickly abandons her principles and also begins working at the store. Tia and Tamera begin feeling exploited when they find out they are working for no benefits and half the money as the regular workers. They tell Terrence that they and the other replacement workers will go on strike unless they are better compensated. Their threat causes Terrence to reach an agreement with his regular workers, leaving Tia, Tamera and the rest of the replacement workers unemployed.
49 18 "The Piano Lesson" Art Dielhenn Dave Digregorio & Arnie Wess February 28, 1996 (1996-02-28) 316
Ray tries to encourage Tamera by over-praising her piano playing, but the truth comes out at a recital — much to Tamera's embarrassment. Meanwhile, Lisa organizes a yard sale that turns into an expensive proposition for Ray.
50 19 "Summer Bummer" Jackée Harry Brian Pollack & Mert Rich March 13, 1996 (1996-03-13) 320
Everyone's fooled when the twins switch identities for the summer — so Tia can get close to a boy and Tamera can escape summer school — until their grandfather shows up and sends everyone into an uproar.
51 20 "The Candidate" John Ratzenberger Robert Illes & Dennis Pollack (Teleplay)
DeShawn Schneider &
Monika Mikklesen (Story)
May 1, 1996 (1996-05-01) 322
Tamera enlists Tia's aid to compete with Rhonda for class president in the school election, but after she's elected, she quickly forces Tia out of the limelight. Meanwhile, Ray gets some help from a bumbling mall security officer in catching a neighborhood burglar.
52 21 "Big Twin on Campus" Jack Shea Brian Pollack & Mert Rich May 8, 1996 (1996-05-08) 321

Tia lies about her age to her new college-boy beau Michael, making her popular with the cool coffeehouse set — and leaving Tamera out in the cold. Meanwhile, Lisa and Terrence seem to be on the way to a romantic reconciliation.

Note: This is the last episode to feature Terrence.
53 22 "The Audition" Dwayne Hickman Steve Kreinberg May 15, 1996 (1996-05-15) 319
In The Season 3 Finale Casey Kasem, an alumnus of Roosevelt High, is scheduled to return to his alma mater to dedicate a performing arts center, and an audition is held to pick a student to perform at the festivities. Meanwhile, Ray bets Lisa that he can tighten his weekly budget to a measly twenty dollars, only to find out that the bet is a bit more snug than he anticipated.

Season 4: (1996–97)[edit]

  • This season consists of 22 episodes.
  • Marques Houston is absent for four episodes.
Season 4 episodes
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54 1 "When a Man Loves Two Women" Asaad Kelada Regina Y. Hicks September 4, 1996 (1996-09-04) 402
Geeky Roger has transformed over the summer and soon begins dating Tia & Tamera at the same time. When the girls finally find out that Roger's dating them both, they get another surprise; it turns out that Roger is not dating just them, but half of the other girls at school as well.
55 2 "You Are So Beautiful" Asaad Kelada Leslie Ray & David Steven Simon September 11, 1996 (1996-09-11) 401

After an ugly encounter with last year's prom queen Rhonda, the twins start seeming insecure about their looks, and question Ray and Lisa about their birth parents. Meanwhile, Ray tries to think of a birthday gift for Lisa.

Absent: Marques Houston as Roger Evans
56 3 "Gimme a Brake" Asaad Kelada Leilani Downer September 18, 1996 (1996-09-18) 403
Ray and Lisa just purchased the twins a 1993 Mazda Convertible, and out past curfew the twins get lost and end up sinking their car in Lake Erie and choose not to tell Lisa and Ray. However, Lisa and Ray watch the news and find out what happened to the twins' car. But instead of grounding Tia and Tamara, they decide to give the twins a punishment that consists of a lot of running around and chores that are easier with a car.
57 4 "Daddy's Girl" Asaad Kelada Jeffrey Duteil September 25, 1996 (1996-09-25) 404

Tamera grows jealous when Tia begins spending more time with Ray. But when Ray invites Tia to a father-daughter dance, Tamera realizes that there's enough of her dad to go around.

Absent: Marques Houston as Roger Evans
58 5 "Sis Boom Bah" Asaad Kelada Leonard Dick October 2, 1996 (1996-10-02) 405

Ray helps the twins bounce back after they try out for the cheerleading team and make the C squad, a.k.a. "the odd squad." Meanwhile, Lisa's gimmick to attract new customers backfires.

Absent: Marques Houston as Roger Evans
59 6 "Kid-Napped" Asaad Kelada Terence Winter October 9, 1996 (1996-10-09) 406
After the twins' rival steals their friends by hosting a party where the NBA's Kobe Bryant (who has a cameo) is a guest, they kidnap a star rapper (Christopher "Kid" Reid) and have their own party. Meanwhile, Lisa dates a doctor.
60 7 "Boy from the Hood" Asaad Kelada Regina Y. Hicks October 23, 1996 (1996-10-23) 407
Tia's surprised when her childhood friend Darnell (Jason Weaver) moves back to Detroit, and while staying with the family, he soon sets his sight on Tamera. With Tamera at his heels, Tia tries warning Tamera that Darnell is not the same as he used to be, but Tamera ignores Tia's warnings. Darnell then escorts Tamera to a wild party in a dangerous neighborhood. Will Tamera realize that Darnell is not what he seems to be? Meanwhile Lisa hangs out with one of her old pals, Patrice.
61 8 "I'll Be There" Asaad Kelada Tom Amundsen November 6, 1996 (1996-11-06) 408
Happy days arrive for Tia when she gets a job at a '50s-themed diner. But Tia gets fed up with being seen as a twin all the time, then the boss hires Tamera. Meanwhile, Ray becomes Lisa's not-so-silent business partner.
62 9 "Ch-Ch-Ch-Changes" Sheldon Epps Stephen Neigher November 13, 1996 (1996-11-13) 409
Tia and Tamera come up with an excellent plan to get Ray and Lisa together for a romantic evening. Everything is going planned until Lisa's friend Patrice visits and everything comes to a screeching halt.
63 10 "Double Exposure" Asaad Kelada Ellen Guylas November 20, 1996 (1996-11-20) 410

It's time again for the yearbook photo to be taken. Last year's photo was a mess and this year Tamera plans to make it her best yearbook photo ever. But things take a huge turn when Tamera tries an overnight moisturizer, and when morning comes Tamera's face is red and blotchy. Tamera begs Tia to take her photo for her so that last year's incident will not happen all over again. This time Tamera's photo came out great thanks to Tia, but on the other hand Tia's own photo did not present her best side. Tamera is now nominated for beauty queen, and is asked to the school dance by the hottest guy, Pico, an ego maniac, but Tia goes with Eliiot, a school nerd. Will Tamera confess that her so called photo is really Tia? Tim Reid's wife Daphne Maxwell Reid guest stars as Charmagne.

Absent: Marques Houston as Roger Evans
64 11 "Some Like it Hockey" Asaad Kelada Jeffrey Duteil November 27, 1996 (1996-11-27) 411
After learning that girls are restricted from hockey-team tryouts, the twins sneak in with male disguises and cross-check some extremely chauvinistic guys. Meanwhile, Lisa becomes addicted to home shopping.
65 12 "Bring on the Debate" Asaad Kelada Terence Winter January 8, 1997 (1997-01-08) 412
Ray feels threatened by Tamera's devotion to her new substitute music teacher Bill. Meanwhile, Lisa peddles her fashions on the street, but the local ladies misunderstand what's for sale.
66 13 "Little Man Date" Asaad Kelada Roger Garrett January 15, 1997 (1997-01-15) 413
Tamera experiences public humiliation from her high-school peers when Tia sets her up with her newest beau's brother — unaware that he's a precocious 9-year-old (Orlando Brown). Meanwhile, Lisa receives a phone call from Calvin Klein after he sees her billboard, or so she thinks.
67 14 "Ski Squad" Asaad Kelada Tom Amundsen January 29, 1997 (1997-01-29) 414
When a ski trip is scheduled Tia and Tamera are going. Tamera, who is afraid, tries to get out of it. While at the cabin an avalanche happens and they get stuck inside. To everyone's surprise, Tia goes crazy. They realize that they need to get out. So Tia, Tamera, and Roger shovel their way out and get to the top of the mountain. Will they get help?
68 15 "Cafeteria Lady" Jimmy Hampton Allison M. Gibson February 5, 1997 (1997-02-05) 416
Lisa gets a second job as a cafeteria worker at the twins' school and adds zest to the lunchline; everyone seems to be sweet on her efforts except for Tia, who is embarrassed.
69 16 "Three the Heart Way" Jimmy Hampton Leilani Downer & Regina Y. Hicks February 12, 1997 (1997-02-12) 415
On Valentine's Day, Tia and Roger are mysteriously struck by Cupid's arrow, which leaves Tamera feeling alone and brokenhearted. Meanwhile, Ray participates in a charity bachelor auction, where his plans to earn the most money backfire.
70 17 "Model Tia" Jimmy Hampton Leonard Dick February 19, 1997 (1997-02-19) 418

When Tia and Tamera go to meet an online friend of Tia's in person, the twins learn that people online are not always who they claim to be — although they learn that lesson the hard way. Tia is chatting with some guy called Verique online. Tamera then sends Tia's picture to him and he replies saying he likes it and that he is a photographer. Tamera is totally excited; she thinks that if Tia makes it big, then she can too! They both then ask the parents if they could go to Verique's place for a photo session and they both forbid them. Tamera then pretends to be Tia and goes anyway!

Montell Jordan guest stars.
71 18 "My Guy" Matthew Diamond Brad Miller February 26, 1997 (1997-02-26) 417
In exchange for tickets for a sold-out Boyz II Men concert — which Roger wasn’t successful in getting — Tamera promises Elliot, the school nerd, that she will get to get Tia to date him. During his make-over, Tamera herself starts to see Elliot as the perfect guy. Lisa goes different ways when she expands to dog fashion, which soon leads her to the top.
72 19 "Double Dutch" Asaad Kelada Leilani Downer April 2, 1997 (1997-04-02) 420
Tia and Tamera enter a double-Dutch contest for a family street fair, and Tia overworks Tamera, not letting her see her 'guy' or even telling Tamera the reason why she is so driven. It turns out that after meeting an old childhood bully, Tia became obsessed with finally beating her at something. Meanwhile Lisa convinces Ray to be Roger's substitute dad for the baking contest at the fair.
73 20 "Inherit the Twin" Asaad Kelada Kim Weiskopf April 30, 1997 (1997-04-30) 419
Tia gets some new smart friends, making Tamera feel left out. Then, when copies of Tia's personal journal are passed around to the other students, she accuses Tamera of stealing it, ending them in Student Court, their lawyers being two "smooth talking" new kids (Kenan Thompson) and (Kel Mitchell).
74 21 "Slime Party" Jackée Harry Christine Ecklund & Keith Hoffman May 7, 1997 (1997-05-07) 421
Tamera learns that life is not a bowl of cherries when she and Tia are pitted against twins Mary-Kate and Ashley Olsen on a TV quiz show, where she is transformed into a human sundae due to a severe bout of stage fright from the latter. Meanwhile, Ray is struggling with the idea that he may lack friends and attempts to cope with this. D. L. Hughley guest stars as Hank, the quiz show host.
75 22 "Guardian Angel" Asaad Kelada Leslie Ray May 14, 1997 (1997-05-14) 422
In the season 4 finale, Tamera hangs out with this girl named Vanessa, making Tia feel left out. However, Tamera then discovers that Vanessa is a shoplifter; Ray lets go of his old wife, and learns to accept Lisa.

Season 5: (1997–98)[edit]

  • This season consists of 22 episodes.
  • Marques Houston's role on the series would decrease this season based on two situations: his mother's death from cancer, and the prospect of getting his own show with his musical group Immature. This would have been called Keepin' It Real and could have been considered a Black version of The Brady Bunch, but the project died in the planning stages.
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76 1 "Designer Genes" Max Tash Rick Hawkins September 10, 1997 (1997-09-10) 502
Lisa learns of a benefit fashion show and tries to persuade one of the designers to look at her portfolio. When she fails, Tia and Tamera strike a pose and sneak backstage — as models. Supermodel Beverly Peele appears as herself.
77 2 "A Separate Peace" Max Tash Liz Sage September 17, 1997 (1997-09-17) 501
The girls move into separate bedrooms after they insist that they are growing apart.
78 3 "Working Girls" Sheldon Epps Jack Herrguth & Seanne Kemp Kovach September 24, 1997 (1997-09-24) 503

Tamera and Ray have a fall-out over his new girlfriend, Vivica (Rolonda Watts), who, she says, has turned him into a "gallivanting, promise-breaking Romeo". Meanwhile, Tia lands a job at a mall bookstore and becomes enamored with a mysterious customer.

Note: This is the first episode to feature Tyreke.
79 4 "Show Me the Money" David Grossman Felicia D. Henderson October 1, 1997 (1997-10-01) 504

Tia finds out that she isn't getting equal pay at her job, because she is a female. Meanwhile, Tamera learns that even the best plans can go wrong when she decides to fight Tia's battle with her boss, who's paying a male employee more money; her decision to pose as Tia and demand equal pay gets her sister fired. So now Tamera has to get Tia's job back before she gets there. Will Tia lose her job, or will Tamera become "hero of the day" and get Tia her job back?

Note: This is the first episode to feature Diavian.
80 5 "It's My Party" Sheldon Epps Rushion MacDonald October 8, 1997 (1997-10-08) 505
The twins heed an uncle's birthday advice to "seize the day". However, they do it by skipping school and flying to Chicago for a hip-hop concert instead of celebrating with their parents. A series of misfortunes turns their dream day into a nightmare — especially when Lisa and Ray uncover the truth.
81 6 "Child's Play" Jimmy Hampton Jack Herrguth & Seanne Kemp Kovach October 15, 1997 (1997-10-15) 506

When it is SAT time at school, Tia starts freaking out, but Tamera is taking it easy. Not happy by this, the twins say they need a real tutor. After finding a tutor (Tahj Mowry), they get to work. They work all morning and Tia still does not feel prepared. So T.J. goes to plan B, making them relax. T.J. says he missed out on all the fun 'kid' stuff like riding a bike. This tempts Tia, Tamera, and Diavian to help him out. They then take him to "the place to have fun", and Tia finally chills out.

Note: Tahj Mowry guest stars as T.J. Henderson, the lead character of the fellow WB sitcom, Smart Guy.
82 7 "A Friend Indeed" Jimmy Hampton Regina Y. Hicks October 29, 1997 (1997-10-29) 507
Tamera entangles Tia and her friends in a sticky web of deceit after she lies about being able to get a celebrity to appear at a school fund-raiser. Music group Immature performs.
83 8 "Popular Mechanic" Jimmy Hampton Felicia D. Henderson November 5, 1997 (1997-11-05) 508
Tia's mysterious new friend Tyreke asks her out on a date which, of course, she accepts. When he arrives at the house, everyone learns that he is Ray's new mechanic whom he's mentoring. When Ray forbids Tia from seeing him, he reveals that Tyreke was once a former juvenile delinquent.
84 9 "The Best Policy" Sheldon Epps Andy Guerdat November 12, 1997 (1997-11-12) 509
Tamera accepts Tia's wager that she cannot tell the truth for one week, but she faces a dilemma when she spies Ray's girlfriend Vivica cheating on him. Meanwhile, a prominent client asks Lisa's opinion about the fit of a gown, forcing her to decide if honesty is really the best policy.
85 10 "Two's Company" Henry Chan Regina Y. Hicks November 19, 1997 (1997-11-19) 510

After Tia and Tyreke tire of Tamera tagging along on their dates, Tia decides to find her a boyfriend. Tamera has a fight with Jordan, the school newspaper editor and she has to do one of her articles over. Who will Tamera find as a boyfriend? Meanwhile, Lisa is asked to eulogize a woman she disliked. At the end, Tamera and Jordan have a heated argument which ends them telling they both like each other.

Note: This is the first episode to feature Jordan.
86 11 "Mo' Credit, Mo' Problems" Henry Chan Rushion McDonald December 10, 1997 (1997-12-10) 511
The twins' car breaks down in a bad area and they must get help. Using a payphone they get hold of Ray. Meanwhile, Ray and Lisa go to an opera and Ray disturbs the other people around his seat.
87 12 "In Sickness and in Health" Sheldon Epps Jack Herrguth & Seanne Kemp Kovach January 7, 1998 (1998-01-07) 512
The twins try to reunite Lisa with her younger sister Darcy, whom she has not spoken to in years. Lisa refuses, until Darcy announces that she's in need of surgery.
88 13 "The Laws" Henry Chan David Wyatt January 21, 1998 (1998-01-21) 513
After the twins and Diavian are engaged in a battle of the sexes with their beaus, Lisa introduces the girls to "The Laws" of dating. The R&B trio 702 performs.
89 14 "Rosebud" Henry Chan Felicia D. Henderson January 28, 1998 (1998-01-28) 514
Tamera feels she has something to prove when she pledges an elite sorority, but the club president has other plans for her new plege. Meanwhile, Ray's old girlfriend Vivica "borrows" his business practices for her own use.
90 15 "Ladies in Waiting" Sheldon Epps Andy Guerdat February 4, 1998 (1998-02-04) 515
Tamera is excited about her new academic accomplishments, but quickly realizes they are no match when it comes to Tia's. While Tia is awaiting an acceptance to Harvard, Tamera decides that instead of going to community college, she will try to get into a 4- Year college. But when trying to get into the college of her choice takes more work than she expected, her family begins to worry.
91 16 "Ladies' Choice" Jackée Harry Rushion McDonald February 11, 1998 (1998-02-11) 517
After Tia impresses the WNBA's Lisa Leslie (appearing as herself) at a book signing, she's offered a dream job with the organization's media department. But accepting the job means giving up her other dream — college.
92 17 "Young at Heart" Jimmy Hampton Sherryll Atkins February 18, 1998 (1998-02-18) 516
The twins sneak into an over-21 dance club to see hip-hop artist W.C. (appearing as himself). Meanwhile, Lisa sneaks out of the house to go on a date with Aaron (Khalil Kain), a just-over-21-year-old.
93 18 "I Have a Dream" Nancy Heydorn Regina Y. Hicks February 25, 1998 (1998-02-25) 520
Tamera is reluctant to go on in life and finish high school. One night she dreams she encounters historical figures who paved the road before her, only they carry the same reluctant attitude towards what they must do, and Tamera must convince them to carry on with their dreams.
94 19 "You Had to Be There" Jimmy Hampton Andy Guerdat March 4, 1998 (1998-03-04) 518
The girls have not left for college yet, and they are already missing Roger. But when he tags along to the mall with their boyfriends, they are sorry they ever met him. Meanwhile, Lisa tries to avoid having her picture taken by Ray and confessing her fear of cameras. This episode is a retrospective of the series from seasons 1, 2, 3, and 4 best of the 74 episodes.
95 20 "Prom Night" Henry Chan Doug McIntyre April 26, 1998 (1998-04-26) 519
Lisa makes dresses for the twins prom, but they have already bought their own. At the prom, they realize everyone has the same dress so they go back to the limo and get the dresses Lisa made. Will they have a perfect prom, or will it be a disaster?
96 21 "Shoeless" Jimmy Hampton Rick Hawkins & Felicia D. Henderson May 3, 1998 (1998-05-03) 522
In a parody of "Cinderella", Tamera is left at home to clean the house while Tia and the gang attend Jordan's party — until her grandfather (Sherman Hemsley) plays fairy godfather to make the impossible possible.
97 22 "Graduation" Henry Chan Regina Y. Hicks May 17, 1998 (1998-05-17) 521

In the Season 5 finale, Tia, Tamera and their friends prepare for graduation. Lisa searches to find the girls a guest commencement speaker for the ceremony while Tamera and Jordan decide on a farewell song. Tyreke feels left out in the celebration, since he never got the chance to receive his diploma. He tells Ray that he wants to get his GED after receiving a promotion as full-mechanic and that he will need time off to study. After failing his exam, Tyreke gives up and decides to take Ray up on his promotion. When Tyreke visits Tia, they get into an argument and face a breakup. Once the girls learn of Tyreke's dilemma, he takes the GED exam again and succeeds. Commencement for the class of 1998 begins with Super Bowl XXXII MVP Terrell Davis giving a touching speech, and ending with Roger performing a song for his friends.

Note: This was the last appearance of Marques Houston (being part of the main cast) until his guest appearance on the last episode of the 6th and final season.

Season 6: (1998–99)[edit]

  • This season consists of 22 episodes.
  • Tim Reid is absent for five episodes.
  • RonReaco Lee is absent for one episode.
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98 1 "Home Sweet Dorm" Sheldon Epps Rick Hawkins September 13, 1998 (1998-09-13) 603

It's a brand new school year and Tia and Tamera are entering college at the University of Michigan with high expectations. They meet up with Diavian, Jordan and Tyreke (who also attend) and learn that their new dorm room is an athletic dorm in which they must share a private bathroom with two college jocks. Wanting to find an available dorm room in the same building as their friends, they go to campus housing and find out that there are not any vacant rooms. Diavian meets her new roommate, Simone Flosser, a bossy senior whose first impression turns sour. Meanwhile, Ray tries to turn Tamera's bedroom into his personal den room much to the chagrin of Lisa.

Goof: Ray said that it was his den before it was Tamera's bedroom. But his den became Tia's bedroom.

Note: RonReaco Lee (Tyreke) and Deon Richmond (Jordan) are added to the opening credits, while Marques Houston (Roger) has been removed.
99 2 "Stop In the Name of Fun" Henry Chan Regina Y. Hicks September 20, 1998 (1998-09-20) 602

A college talent contest turns to a battle of wills between the twins when Tia the perfectionist agrees to direct Tamera, Diavian and Simone's girl-group routine. Meanwhile, Tyreke and Lisa attend a time-share seminar in search of free gifts.

Absent: Tim Reid as Ray Campbell
100 3 "Home Court Advantage" Henry Chan Michael Ajakwe, Jr. September 27, 1998 (1998-09-27) 601

Lisa hires Todd Banks, her handsome new assistant, to help her run errands and schedule arrangements. When Todd forgets to hire a model for Lisa's latest designs, she uses Todd instead. After realizing that Todd is not reliable, she fires him and later is sued by Todd for sexual harassment. Meanwhile, the twins and their friends all sign up for a self-defense class and Tyreke's male ego is thrown for a loop when he is subdued by a mugger who falls afoul to Tia's self-defense skills. William Allen Young guest stars as Todd's father and lawyer.

Absent: Tim Reid as Ray Campbell.
101 4 "We Are Family" Regge Life Rushion McDonald October 4, 1998 (1998-10-04) 604
Ray decides to run for office and puts Tia, Tamera, and Lisa in the public eye. But when Tamera decides not to be supportive after being publicly embarrassed, Ray may be forced to reconsider. Also, Ray's ex-girlfriend Vivica returns.
102 5 "The Grass is Always Finer" Henry Chan Felicia D. Henderson October 11, 1998 (1998-10-11) 605

Tia starts to feel that her relationship with Tyreke is not serious when he becomes overly affectionate. But when she meets Keith Brooks (Brian McKnight), her new calculus professor, she becomes enchanted and soon Tia and Tyreke break up. After learning that Keith has a girlfriend, she tries to reconcile with Tyreke but to no avail.

Absent: Tim Reid as Ray Campbell
103 6 "Bum Rap" Erma Elzy-Jones David Wyatt October 18, 1998 (1998-10-18) 606
Ray supports a bill banning big concerts on campus and is surprised to meet his opponent. Goodie Mob (who appear as themselves) are to perform at the college, and Ray's opposition to the appearance annoys Tamera, who thinks he's giving them a bum rap. Meanwhile, Tia uses Tyreke and Jordan as guinea pigs as she conducts a survey on human behavior. One must go without sleep and the other without food.
104 7 "The Domino Effect" Nancy Heydorn Christina Royster November 1, 1998 (1998-11-01) 607
While the twins are away, Tyreke and Jordan put themselves in an awkward situation by agreeing to escort two homesick freshmen, CeeCee and Ginger, to the Homecoming dance. Meanwhile, Ray's game night with the boys is interrupted by Lisa's friends.
105 8 "Greek to Me" Sheldon Epps Rushion McDonald November 8, 1998 (1998-11-08) 610
Tamera's plans are interrupted when Jordan goes under cover for the newspaper to expose hazing and, in a rush to get the scoop on fraternity hazing, forgets about his anniversary dinner with Tamera. Meanwhile, Lisa and Ray try to persuade Tia into joining their favorite sororities.
106 9 "My Father's House" Sheldon Epps Felicia D. Henderson November 15, 1998 (1998-11-15) 608
Jordan suffers Tamera's wrath when he refuses to go to church; and Lisa turns Ray's living room into a "holy sweat shop" after she offers to sew new choir robes. Guest star Kirk Franklin.
107 10 "For the People" Henry Chan Alison Taylor November 22, 1998 (1998-11-22) 609
Ray calls in a veteran campaign consultant, Clifton McNair (Phill Lewis), to kick his candidacy into gear; but the unscrupulous campaign manager soon teaches the family that the way to the state senate is an arduous road with no rest stops on the way.
108 11 "Twins or Consequences" Henry Chan Regina Y. Hicks December 13, 1998 (1998-12-13) 611
A chemistry mid-term is coming up and instead of studying, Tamera decides to go out and party, but when morning approaches Tamera is to worn out and cannot remember anything that she studied because of her partying. Tamera begs Tia to take her mid-term for her, but if caught Tia and Tamera could both face expulsion from college. Will Tia risk getting expelled or do the right thing?
109 12 "Mixed Doubles" Henry Chan Rick Hawkins January 10, 1999 (1999-01-10) 613

Tyreke wins four tickets to "Ragtime"; Lisa is attracted to Ray's frat buddy, Victor (Richard Lawson).

Note: Richard Lawson, Ray's frat buddy, played Jackée's boyfriend on 227 "A Yen for Lester"
110 13 "Two Girls, a Guy and a Calendar" Henry Chan Jack Herrguth &
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January 17, 1999 (1999-01-17) 612
Michigan is hosting a photo calendar contest for the guys so whoever wins will be published in the calendar. With Tia pushing Tyreke, and Tamera pushing Jordan, will things get out of control? Will this contest end valuable friendships?
111 14 "Sweet Talk" Sheldon Epps Angela Denise Johnson January 24, 1999 (1999-01-24) 614
While looking for a job, Diavian gives Tamera a chance she cannot say no to: being the host of the campus radio talk show on relationships. At the interview, Diavian does not do too well, but Tamera does perfect! Once getting the job, Diavian is mad because Tamera got her job. The show becomes such a hit with "Lady-T" that she needs to work on Saturday and miss a concert with Jordan. Will she find a way around this, or are Jordan and Tamera coming to an end?
112 15 "Father's Day" Henry Chan Rick Hawkins February 7, 1999 (1999-02-07) 616
The twins meet a photojournalist visiting campus and finds out he is their biological father.
113 16 "I Know What You Did in Drama Class" Sheldon Epps Felicia D. Henderson February 14, 1999 (1999-02-14) 615

Tia has Diavian partner with Tyreke for a drama class assignment, and Tia herself is stuck with the teacher. One day after class while Diavian and Tyreke are rehearsing their scene, they wind up kissing. When Tia inadvertently walks in on this, she becomes furious with Diavian, but Diavian tells her that the real cause of her anger is from still having feelings for Tyreke but will not admit it to herself. Meanwhile, Tamera and Jordan attempt to hook up cable in Tia and Tamera's room to watch a big Fight on TV, but clearly do not know what they are doing, and Lisa helps them out with the job. Lisa herself has a date that a friend of hers set her up with, but she ends up chasing him away.

Absent: Tim Reid as Ray Campbell
114 17 "Double Talk" Mary Lou Belli Rushion McDonald February 21, 1999 (1999-02-21) 617

Tamera gets sick and cannot do her radio show one night, so she asks Tia to cover for her but she ends up wimping out. Jordan saves the day but insults the callers on the radio station. Tamera cannot stand this so she goes down to the station and she Jordan have it out. The on-air arguments attract a lot of callers so Tamera and Jordan start to do the show together but cannot agree on one thing. Will Tamera and Jordan make up or will Pillow Chat be history?

Absent: RonReaco Lee as Tyreke Scott
115 18 "FreakNik" Erma Elzy-Jones Regina Y. Hicks February 28, 1999 (1999-02-28) 618

Tia, Tamera, and Diavian fly to Atlanta to see FreakNik. When they get there and stay at the 4 star hotel, but the hotel is not exactly up to their standards. Tamera, enjoying her new-found freedom, gives herself 5 names, one for each guy she meets because she does not want to be tied down to anyone (except Jordan but not for the time being). Meanwhile Jordan and Tyreke drive to Atlanta and get lost. At FreakNik Mýa & Blackstreet perform "Take Me There" together. Also Tia and Tyreke try to rekindle a relationship lost. Will it be rekindled or just lost?

Absent: Tim Reid as Ray Campbell
116 19 "Before There Was Hip Hop..." David Kendall David Wyatt May 2, 1999 (1999-05-02) 619
A music history lesson prompts Old Clarence (played by Brian McKnight) to talk about a 1940s (during World War II) nightclub where Tia, Tamera, Ray, Lisa and the gang are the people there. The nightclub is going out of business so Ray (owner of the club) has to come up with some serious money. Will he do it?
117 20 "Let Them Eat Cupcakes" Jackée Harry Jack Herrguth May 9, 1999 (1999-05-09) 620
Victor tries to give Lisa a romantic engagement she will never forget. Tia and Tamera bake a batch of cupcakes that Jordan and Tyreke sell at the college. But one of the cupcakes has Lisa's engagement ring in it.
118 21 "The Road Less Traveled" Chip Hurd Felicia D. Henderson May 16, 1999 (1999-05-16) 621
Tia considers taking a summer internship with the WNBA in New York. Meanwhile, Lisa worries about her upcoming wedding.
119 22 "Fly Away Home" Henry Chan Rick Hawkins May 23, 1999 (1999-05-23) 622

In the series finale of Sister, Sister, it's Lisa's wedding day and she is really nervous. So nervous, in fact, that she runs out of the church and goes to a bar and meets up with her past friend Foxy Jones. Ray later finds her at the bar and talks her into marrying Victor. At the wedding, the twins' old friend Roger Evans (special guest star Marques Houston) returns and sings for Lisa at the wedding.

Finale Notes:

  • Marques Houston was originally a main character from Seasons 1-5. He was written out when the girls went off to college in Season 6. He had started a successful singing career while acting on Sister, Sister.
  • The girls and their parents return to the same store, with the same confusing results for the same sales clerk, where they found each other in Episode 1 of Season 1.
  • Lisa is mistaken for someone named Sandra twice during the episode. Actress Jackée Harry, who plays Lisa, won an Emmy award for her breakout role as the sexy vamp Sandra Clark in the 1980s sitcom 227.
  • (Final episode of the series).

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