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The following is a list of the second season episodes 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 Episodes Originally aired
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 2: 1995-96Edit

Season 2
No. in Series Episode# Title Directed by Written by Original air date Production

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14 1 "Shawn Takes a New Stand" Shelley Jensen Rick Hawkins September 6, 1995 457701

Shawn borrows money from Pops to buy a newsstand in a public building after the owner dies.

Note: Paula Jai Parker and Jill Tasker both join the cast as Monique and Lou, respectively. 

15 2 "Fatal Subtraction" Shelley Jensen Devon Shepard September 13, 1995 457702
Shawn's new girlfriend Rachel (Garcelle Beauvais) gives him expensive gifts but is a domineering type. 
16 3 "Blood is Thicker Than Watercolor" Gerren Keith Phil Beauman September 20, 1995 457703
An art critic likes Marlon's less-than artistic paintings. 
17 4 "Two Men and a Baby" Glenn Casale Maiya Williams September 27, 1995 457705
A woman leaves a baby on Shawn and Marlon's doorstep, with one of the brothers possibly being the child's father. 
18 5 "Loot" Glenn Casale Jim Evering October 4, 1995 457706
Shawn, Marlon, Pops and friends find $100,000 in an ashtray. 
19 6 "The Liar's Club" Glenn Casale Maiya Williams October 11, 1995 457708
Marlon becomes jealous when Monique asks Shawn to pretend to be her husband to impress a visiting ex-boyfriend from college. 
20 7 "Scared Straight" Glenn Casale Vince Cheung & Ben Montanio October 25, 1995 457707
Shawn and Marlon scoff at Pops about a spirit that haunts the Neidermeyer Building every Halloween. 
21 8 "Head of State" Glenn Casale Liz Sage November 8, 1995 457709

Everyone is excited that President may stop by to use the bathroom at Pop's diner. Marlon is determined to shake the President's hand believing that exact moment will guarantee a positive future for him.

Note:Anna Maria Horsford makes her first appearance as Dee Baxter staying for the remainder of the series. She replaces Lou (Jill Tasker) as the security guard in the Neidermeyer Building. 

22 9 "The Sting" Tony Singletary Xavier R. Cook & Devon Shepard November 15, 1995 457710
Shawn bets the newsstand in a poker game, eventually losing to T.C. (Phill Lewis). 
23 10 "Think Fast" Leonard R. Garner, Jr. Linda M. Yearwood November 22, 1995 457704

Marlon quits the family basketball team due to Pops' tough coaching tactics.

Note: In production order, this episode marks Jill Tasker's final appearance as Lou. She was already replaced by Anna Maria Horsford in the episode "Head of State". 

24 11 "Farmer's Daughter" Tony Singletary Maiya Williams November 29, 1995 457712

Shawn and Marlon make over their visiting farm cousin Sheila (Kim Wayans) to a hip hop beauty.

Note: Paula Jai Parker makes her final appearance as Monique. 

25 12 "Psycho Santa" Tony Singletary Phil Beauman December 20, 1995 457713
An insane man dressed as Santa Claus (Barney Martin) holds the gang hostage. 
26 13 "Getting It" Tony Singletatry Manny Basanese January 10, 1996 457711
Shawn begins to question his morals when he becomes sexually attracted to Amy (Tammy Townsend), a church-going woman who is keeping her virginity safe until marriage. 
27 14 "Who's In Charge Here?" Tony Singletary Barry Gold January 31, 1996 457716
While Pops enjoys being sick in bed, White Mike (Mitch Mullany) turns the diner to a health food spot. 
28 15 "The Odd Couples" John Sgueglia Manny Basanese February 7, 1996 457715
After an argument with Shawn, Marlon moves in with White Mike and T.C. moves in with Shawn to take Marlon's place. 
29 16 "Hearts and Flowers" Buzz Sapien Maiya Williams February 14, 1996 457718
Shawn is left heartbroken on Valentine's Day after his girlfriend leaves him for Marlon. 
30 17 "The Ghetto Gourmets" Buzz Sapien Devon Shepard February 21, 1996 457714
Pops is invited to a cooking segment on a Regis and Kathie Lee-type morning show. 
31 18 "A Hero's Story" Tony Singletary Carrie Honigblum & Renee Phillips February 28, 1996 457717
Marlon takes credit from Shawn for saving a boy's life after the boy is hit a by a car. 
32 19 "It Takes a Thief" Scott Baio Alison Taylor March 13, 1996 457721
Shawn and Marlon try to expose a smooth-talking jewelery salesman who is dating Dee, until Dee announces that they are getting married. 
33 20 "New Lease on Life" Gerren Keith Xavier R. Cook May 1, 1996 457719
Mrs. Neidermeyer (Adrienne Barbeau) the wife of Mr. Neidermeyer (Pat Harrington, Jr.) the owner of the building named after him tries to seduce Shawn. 
34 21 "Mama, I Wanna Act" Gerren Keith Devon Shepard May 8, 1996 457722
Marlon decides he wants to pursue an acting career much to Shawn's dislike. 
35 22 "Trial and Error" Buzz Sapien Phil Beauman May 15, 1996 457720
Marlon takes Shawn to small claims court after slipping on Shawn's spilled coffee. 

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