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Fancy and her friends are kicked out of Jamie's NFL playoff party and leave the hotel with football's Lawrence Taylor and Charles Woodson (who appear as themselves). When Jamie catches up with the girls and their new friends at another bash, his big mouth (more…)
Jamie writes a jingle for a commercial promoting the King's Tower and he charges his aunt and uncle for his services, which jeopardizes his free lodging at the hotel. Tash: Shelley Malil. Junior: Garrett Morris. Helen: Ellia English. Braxton: Christopher B (more…)
Jamie gets drunk on the taste of power after his aunt and uncle reveal their plans to will the hotel to him. Junior: Garrett Morris. Helen: Ellia English. Tawny: Tracey Cherelle Jones. Braxton: Christopher B. Duncan.
Jamie is promoted to supervisor at Jingles 2000. His first task: fire an incompetent writer who is also one of his friends. Meanwhile, a flu epidemic hits the hotel staff. Curtis: Chris Spencer. Braxton: Christopher B. Duncan. Nicole: Rhona L. Bennett.
The pressures of being a supervisor affect the quality of Jamie's jingles, so he passes off one of Mouse's ideas as his own, which leads to a guilt-filled dream about his future. Mouse: Suli McCullough. Bob: Blake Clark. Fancy: Garcelle Beauvais.
To cover the medical costs of an injured friend (Bill Bellamy), Jamie signs insurance forms that claim he and his friend are life partners, which leads to a misinterpreted party invitation. Nicole: Rhona L. Bennett. Dorian: Robert Curtis Brown. Phil: Alex (more…)
Fancy fulfills a fantasy for Jamie by waiting on him hand and foot, and he begins to prefer his dream lover to the real thing. He expects his girlfriend to pamper him continually, which leads to an embarrassing display of attention during an important busi (more…)
Jamie advises Braxton's financial group to invest in a doughnut franchise, but Braxton balks at the idea, causing the other members of the group to kick him out. Milton: Lawrence Hilton-Jacobs. Gloria: Karen Maruyama. Curtis: Chris Spencer. Fancy: Garcelle (more…)
Jamie sings with Nicole at a nightclub, which rekindles his interest in a career in music---despite Fancy's misgivings. Jamie later agrees to perform with Nicole again after they are asked back for another gig. Nicole: Rhona Bennett. Gloria: Karen Maruyama (more…)
Conclusion. While the heroic Jamie and Cherise (Kellita Smith) revel in the spotlight, Fancy (Garcelle Beauvais) burns with jealousy. Silas: Allan F. Smith. Junior: Garrett Morris. Bonita: Rolonda Watts. Jamie: Jamie Foxx. Helen: Ellia English.
After a series of low-paying gigs, Jamie gets a break and records one of his original songs for a record producer, but the arrangement might not be as legitimate as the singer thinks. Clive: Darryl Sivad. Lucien: Ed Lover. Babyhair: Darrel Heath. Helen: El (more…)
A lonely Jamie spends the night with Fancy at her apartment, but the morning after proves awkward for the former couple. The tension increases later that night when Jamie sees Fancy with another man at a party. Brandon: Billy Kane. Barbara: Devika Parikh (more…)
Jamie refuses to sign with a record company and instead tries to sell compact discs of his original music over the Internet, which leads to a “Matrix” fantasy with Garcelle Beauvais (Fancy) and Christopher B. Duncan (Braxton) appearing as characters fr (more…)
Jamie wants to film a video for his latest song at the hotel, but Helen opposes the idea because of the video's sexual content. To further complicate matters, the actress slated to appear in the video objects to her lack of wardrobe. Helen: Ellia English (more…)
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- Premiered: August 28, 1996
- Rating: TV-PG
- 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)