Damon Wayans loves to keep the censors on their toes.
A little boy's birthday party is ruined by Calhoun Tubbs.
A compilation of Cephus and Reesie Mayweather's Greatest Hits.
An ambitious newspaper reporter, hoping to write a ground-breaking story of life on the streets, attempts to spend a night with the homeless Anton.
When a man admits he handed his map over to his wife, his camping buddies turn violent.
Two manly construction workers insult two openly homosexual men that walk by. Perhaps the construction workers and the homosexuals aren't so different after all.
Anton, a bum, is invited to a rich family's Thanksgiving feast.
The modern meets the 1950s as a burgler jumps into the past.
Arsenio Hall (Keenen Ivory Wayans) interviews kids who have gotten into trouble with drugs and eventually learned to "just say no."
In this satire, Spike Lee manages a store that sells Spike Lee-related merchandise.
Because at that time of the month, you wanna look good.
Keenan Ivory Wayans crowns Jim Carrey as the Giggle King.
Homey the Clown must play second fiddle to another clown in a circus act, but Homey don't play that.
News reporter, Bill Bixby, joins the hunt for the King of Rock-and-Roll. The footage will make you a believer.
If someone is going to get picked on by other cast members, it's going to be Tommy Davidson.
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