Season Season 2
Episode no. 13
No. in series 26
Air date 1/13/1991
Production code 7U13

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Opening titles / Keenen's speech
Keenen keeps it short and sweet.
The Brothers Brothers in Arizona
Tom and Tom appear at a press conference for the Arizona Tourism Commission. They can't tell Martin Luther King from Don King, and are clueless about racism against them.
  • Tom & Tom - Damon, Keenen
  • Commissioner - Kelly
  • Journalists - Crystal, extras
Commercial: Johnny Abdul's Greatest Hits
K-Tel is now offering a greatest hits album by the Middle Eastern Elvis.
  • Johnny Abdul - Jim
  • Announcer - Al Chalk
Man-child George hasn't been adopted for 35 years. He puts on his best display of immaturity for a visiting couple.
  • George - David
  • Miss Clark - Kim
  • Parents - Jim, Kelly
  • Ericksons - extras
Velma's Blind Date
The emotional, black-and-white Velma Mulholland has a blind date with a person of color (literally), who ultimately decides that he can't deal with her baggage.
  • Velma Mulholland - Kelly
  • Velma's date - Damon

The B.S. Brothers: Funky Finger Productions
After setting up shop, Clavell and Howard try to do business with a Japanese man who just wants his car back. They show him the cheapo teaser they made for "a water-ballet disaster film".
  • Clavell - David
  • Howard Tibbs III - Tommy
  • Phone man - Jim
  • Mr. Iritani - Lloyd Kino
Fly Girl Dance
  • Music - "Slave 2 the Rhythm," MC Lyte [changed for the DVD release]
Trailer: The Head Detective
It didn't take $6 million to repair him, but he still gets his man.
  • Cop - Keenen
  • Doctors - Tommy, extras
  • Head Detective - Damon
  • Lady - Carrie Ann
Rich Nice performs "Outstanding".
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