The following is a list of the season episodes of the fifth and final season of the The WB sitcom, The Wayans Bros.. The series aired from January 11, 1995 to May 20, 1999 with 101 episodes produced spanning 5 seasons. The series starred Shawn and Marlon Wayans as brothers Shawn and Marlon Williams living in New York City.
Series overview Edit
|Season 1||13||January 11, 1995 – May 24, 1995|
|Season 2||22||September 6, 1995 – May 15, 1996|
|Season 3||22||September 4, 1996 – May 14, 1997|
|Season 4||22||September 17, 1997 – May 20, 1998|
|Season 5||22||September 18, 1998 – May 20, 1999|
Season 5 (1998/99)Edit
|No. in series||Episode #||Title||Directed by||Written by||Original air date||Production
|80||1||"Brother Can You Spare a Dime?"||John Bowab||Phil Kellard & Tom Moore||September 17, 1998||467951|
|Shawn puts his pride aside and asks Marlon for a loan to rebuild the newsstand.|
|81||2||"Six Degrees of Marlon"||John Bowab||Maiya Williams||September 24, 1998||467952|
|Shawn accidentally arranges for Marlon to have a kissing scene on his new sitcom "Everbody Loves Everybody", but the scene is with a guy.|
|82||3||"Pops' Campaign"||John Bowab||Robert Bruce||October 1, 1998||467953|
|Pops runs for city council against a corrupt politician (Ronnie Schell).|
|83||4||"Romeo & J'Leeta"||John Bowab||Phil Beauman||October 8, 1998||467954|
|Shawn falls for J'Leeta (Tracey Cherelle Jones) the daughter of Pop's long-time restaurant rival Rick (Earl Billings).|
|84||5||"Ho's on First"||Buzz Sapien||Xavier R. Cook||October 15, 1998||467956|
|Shawn has a hard time telling Marlon that his new girlfriend Angel (Angelle Brooks) has had a sexually promiscuous past.|
|85||6||"Escorting Ain't Easy"||John Bowab||Mitchell Marchand & Craig Wayans||October 29, 1998||467958|
|Shawn and Marlon gets Pops involved in their new male escort business with Pops reuniting with Susan Sparks (Chip Fields), an old flame.|
|86||7||"The Kiss"||John Bowab||Phil Beauman & Tom Bryant||November 5, 1998||467957|
|Shawn and Dee go to a Missy Elliott concert together. The next day, they are in bed together, believing that they had sex, or did they?.... .|
|87||8||"The High Life"||John Bowab||Robert Bruce||November 12, 1998||467960|
|Inspired to be like his favorite actor Rico Da Vinci (Nick Spano), Marlon smokes marijuana and ends up ruining an acting audition that Shawn set up for him.|
|88||9||"Misery"||Buzz Sapien||Xavier R. Cook||November 19, 1998||467959|
|In this episode that parodies the film Misery, Marlon is trapped in the house of a crazed fan (Kym Whitley).|
|89||10||"Marlon Joins a Cult"||John Bowab||Buddy Johnson||December 10, 1998||467955|
| Marlon is fooled into joining a cult thinking it is an acting seminar.
Note:Kelly Coffield-Park guest starred in this episode, she previously was a cast member on In Living Color with Shawn and Marlon Wayans. She also co-starred with the Wayans brothers and John Witherspoon in the 2006 film Little Man. Also, this is Gary Coleman's second appearance on the show, the first being the season 1 episode "Goop-Hair-It-Is", also the series' pilot.
|90||11||"A Country Christmas"||Buzz Sapien||Maiya Williams||December 17, 1998||467963|
|Cousin Sheila (Kim Wayans) invites the family to stay at the farm for the holidays. They then learn that she is in financial trouble.|
|91||12||"Green Card"||Buzz Sapien||Buddy Johnson||January 14, 1999||467962|
|Shawn agrees to marry an African woman so she can get her green card.|
|92||13||"Big Brother"||John Bowab||Phil Beauman & Craig Wayans||January 21, 1999||467963|
|Shawn and Marlon take part in a Big Brother, Little Brother program.|
|93||14||"Saving Private Marlon"||Buzz Sapien||Charlie Bonomo & Buddy Johnson||January 28, 1999||467964|
| In an attempt to do research for a role in a war film, Marlon visits an army base and accidentally signs up for the actual army.
Note: Ron O'Neal guest stars.
|94||15||"Jump!"||John Bowab||Maiya Williams||February 4, 1999||467966|
|Shawn and Marlon's teasing about Dee's job gets her fired.|
|95||16||"Pops Gets Evicted"||Aaron Speiser||Eric Monte||February 11, 1999||467965|
|Shawn is hired to come up with new ideas for the Neidermeyer Building lobby. But his new ideas also involve removing Pops' diner.|
|96||17||"Crazy 4 You"||Phil Kellard||Robert Bruce||February 18, 1999||467968|
|Marlon and Shawn compete for the attention of Dawn (Shari Headley), an attractive psychiatrist who is new to the Neidermeyer Building.|
|97||18||"Hip Hop Pops"||John Bowab||Esa Lewis||February 25, 1999||467967|
|Pops has a hip hop makeover for his 50th birthday.|
|98||19||"Everybody Loves Shawn"||John Bowab||Phil Beauman & Buddy Johnson||April 29, 1999||467971|
|Shawn gets a guest spot on "Everybody Loves Everybody" taking the spotlight away from Marlon.|
|99||20||"Dream Girl"||John Bowab||Maiya Williams||May 6, 1999||467969|
|Sasha (Paula Abdul), a famous singer, asks Shawn to father her a child, but not be in the baby's life.|
|100||21||"Three on the Couch"||Marlon Wayans||Robert Bruce||May 13, 1999||467970|
| After meeting up with a successful old friend, Shawn blames his family for holding him back in life.
Note: This episode is a clip show of past episodes.
|101||22||"Rope-a-Dope"||John Bowab||Phil Beauman & Buddy Johnson||May 20, 1999||467972|
|In the series finale, Pops is upset at Shawn and Marlon for selling his old boxing memorabilia. They then find out the new owner is champion boxer Roy Jones, Jr.|