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The Jamie Foxx Show

The comedian plays an aspiring actor working in his family's hotel in one of WB's first sitcom successes, running for five seasons and 100 episodes.

Premiered: August 28, 1996

Rating: None

TV Guide Rating:(60 ratings)

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Episode 100: Always and Forever Season 5, Episode 12 Jan 14, 2001 $1.99

In the series finale, Jamie and Fancy prepare for their wedding--but Jamie might not arrive in time.

Eastside Story Season 5, Episode 11 Jan 7, 2001 $1.99

Helen and Junior make a major announcement about the future--and so does Fancy.

Bachelor Party Season 5, Episode 10 Dec 17, 2000 $1.99

Jamie and Fancy agree not to have prewedding parties--but they both plan them anyway. Series star JAMIE FOXX makes his directorial debut.

Cupid Season 5, Episode 9 Dec 10, 2000 $1.99

Jamie asks Cupid (GARY COLEMAN) for help winning Fancy's love back.

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The Complete Second Season
Arriving in Hollywood, Jamie King is a young man on a mission: the "Big Time." But it's going to be the "Big Time" via The King's Towers, the aging bu (more…)
The Complete Fifth Season
In the show's final season, Jamie is poised to break through to the big time at last. It'll take all of his signature charm and ingenuity to get there (more…)
The Complete First Season
When Jamie King heads to L.A. to break into showbiz, his first job is singing at a hotel. Seems like a great gig...until he realizes that he also work (more…)
The Complete Third Season
In Season Three, Jamie's perseverance may finally be paying off, as the limelight seems to be getting a step closer for him. He's gaining notice in Ho (more…)

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Mon Sep 26 8:00am
MEN-o-pause(Season 3, Episode 3) VH1

Helen's youthful new look leaves Junior feeling like a senior citizen, so he asks for Jamie's help---and ends up with a makeover. Braxton: Christopher B. Duncan. Cameron: Susan Wood. Helen: Ellia English. Fancy: Garcelle Beauvais.

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Mon Sep 26 8:00am
Stuck on You(Season 1, Episode 7) BET

Junior's surprise anniversary gift for Helen gets stuck on Fancy's finger, leaving Junior stalling for time while Jamie struggles to remove it. Garrett Morris, Garcelle Beauvais. Braxton: Christopher B. Duncan. Directed by Scott Baio.

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Mon Sep 26 8:30am
Swing Out Sister(Season 3, Episode 4) VH1

Jamie's little sister (Monica Calhoun) visits, and she has some big plans that her meddlesome brother objects to. Jamie: Jamie Foxx. Butterbean: Cal Gibson. Fancy: Garcelle Beauvais. Helen: Ellia English. Junior: Garrett Morris.

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  • Premiered: August 28, 1996
  • Rating: None
  • Premise: The comedian plays an aspiring actor working in his family's hotel in one of WB's first sitcom successes, running for five seasons and 100 episodes. (more)

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