An accident damages the Fifty/Fifty Club, forcing Malcolm and Eddie to find help from an outside investor.
When cousin Dexter's wife Leslie goes into labor while visiting Malcolm and Eddie, the guys help deliver the baby.
Eddie creates a diversion, allowing Malcolm to fulfill a childhood dream and call a professional baseball game.
While Malcolm invites his girlfriend Helena to move in with him, Eddie bunks with the twins Mindy and Cindy.
When Malcolm is entrusted with the urn containing his uncle's ashes, Eddie accidently uses the urn as a vase.
Malcolm and Eddie convince Mia's disc jockey boyfriend (Big Boy) to broadcast his radio show from their club.
Malcolm's ex-girlfriend (Alexia Robinson) will inherit her father's fortune if she marries Eddie.
Malcolm hires a stripper for Eddie's cousin Dexter's bachelor party and nearly torpedoes the wedding.
A rival nightclub owner makes Eddie a tempting offer; Nicolette enters a short story contest.
Malcolm and Eddie hire an interior designer, who might be more of a scam artist, after their apartment is ransacked.
When Eddie forgets to pick up Malcolm's weekly lottery ticket, the number Malcolm has been playing for two years wins.
Leonard's date humiliates him at the Fifty/Fifty Club; Eddie's date plans to broadcast their rendezvous over the Internet.
Malcolm and Eddie find themselves stranded in a deserted town by a hurricane on Thanksgiving.
An older woman offers to pay Eddie's debt if he can arrange for Malcolm to hook up with her.
Eddie accidentally gives the Kansas City Chiefs' running back a concussion.
During a contest to see who can remain celibate, Nicolette and Leonard are the first to succumb to temptation.
Hoping to match the success of "The Blair Witch Project," Malcolm and friends set out to make a movie in the woods.
After deciding they need a company car, Malcolm buys a lemon, which Eddie replaces with a sport utility vehicle.
Malcolm and Eddie launch an ambitious campaign to compete with a hot new club.
Nicolette accidentally spills scalding coffee on Eddie's down-and-out cousin Dexter (Tommy Davidson).
After listening to a real estate agent's sales pitch about condominiums, Malcolm and Eddie set sail on a ship of fools.
Ashley catches Malcolm kissing Olivia (Cindy Herron); Eddie takes Malcolm on a high-flying adventure.
A gorgeous bandleader (Cindy Herron) tries to break up Malcolm and Ashley (Alexia Robinson).
After a big financial boost, Malcolm decides to invest his earnings in stock, while Eddie takes a risk on a racehorse.
The staff at the Fifty-Fifty Club goes on strike, so Malcolm hires a new crew and pays the price.
A married building contractor with three children consults with Malcolm and Eddie about building a club.
Malcolm and Eddie may have to bare it all when the male strippers they hire become too sick to perform.
Malcolm and Eddie go under cover when Mr. O, a menacing mobster, stops by the club to extort "protection" money.
Malcolm and Eddie are mistaken for devil worshippers when they appear on a talk show hosted by Jerry Springer.
Malcolm and Eddie appear on a TV court show when Eddie accuses Malcolm of negligence after his hat collection is stolen.
Nicolette decides to try and have a child, but when she decides the sperm bank is too impersonal, she asks Malcolm.
Nicolette proves to be the roommate from hell when she temporarily moves in with Malcolm and Eddie.
The father of Malcolm's new girlfriend offers him a bribe to dump his daughter.
Nicolette teaches Malcolm a lesson when he takes advantage of their friendship.
Malcolm's estranged brother (Tim Edward Rhoze) comes to town, creating some tension between the siblings.
Eddie faces a fight in the boxing ring to settle a dispute with a big ex-con (Morocco Omari).
A wealthy tycoon challenges Eddie to a high-stakes game of golf.
Malcolm and Eddie have to convince the good-looking tenant next door to move her studio.
Non-church-goers Malcolm and Eddie accidentally volunteer to teach Sunday school while visiting at Nicolette's church and find that they have a knack for public speaking.
Malcolm and Eddie think they have each met the perfect match, until they find out it's the same girl.
Malcolm plots an elaborate Halloween scam to get back at Eddie for his earlier prank.
Business partners Malcolm and Eddie open a jazz club with Malcolm's money.
Malcolm and Eddie must outsmart a slick landlord to get Malcolm's former bar back.
After one of the guys is jilted, they recall their first meeting, after Eddie had been left at the altar by his bride-to-be.
With Malcolm in love and Eddie considering a job offer in another city, the guys decide to dissolve their partnership.
Malcolm buys a car containing a secret load of cash at a police auction.
Tim agrees to help Malcolm find a doctor to remove his tattoo, as long as Malcolm takes Tim's sister out on a date.
Malcolm hires a Navy buddy of Eddie's to renovate McGee's into 1930s jazz club.
Eddie's pal, a former NASCAR driver, is crazier than he thinks.
Unexpected guests cause problems at a surprise party for Marcus (Charlie Robinson).
Malcolm and Eddie reconsider their bachelorhood when they learn of an old friend's upcoming marriage.
Nicolette asks Malcolm and Eddie to help her boyfriend, Stanley (John Salley), pop the question.
Malcolm's sister Maura (JoNell Kennedy) comes to stay when she gets fired and dumped in the same week.
Malcolm ends up in the hospital after a fight with Eddie over switching bedrooms.
Malcolm acts as chef Simone's husband to fool her high-school nemesis.
Friends try to reconcile the feuding Malcolm and Eddie by getting them to take a look at their shared past.
The guys discover that baby-sitting Eddie's infant cousin draws women.
To show up Nicolette's beau, Eddie coaches Malcolm's young basketball team.
Eddie takes over the wheel for his ailing friend -- a NASCAR driver -- and Malcolm inadvertently places a large bet on Eddie.
Malcolm is the only one not bitten by the love bug after eating Simone's (Michelle Hurd) chocolate cookies.
Malcolm and Eddie switch places after betting each other that one could run the other's business better.
The guys may become family when Eddie's mother starts dating Malcolm's father.
Malcolm hires a new chef and lands in hot water after purchasing stolen lobsters; Eddie and Nicolette's affair comes to a crossroads.
Malcolm's gay sister and Eddie compete for the attentions of a new waitress; Tim educates his nephews about the birds and the bees.
Malcolm turns McGee's into a gambling establishment to prevent bankruptcy.
Desperate for a loan, the men hire the banker's daughter, a convicted arsonist.
Eddie makes Malcolm think that a woman Malcolm desires dated Eddie.
When Tow Tom tries to run Eddie's Tow into the ground, Malcolm decides to blackmail Tom with a radio ad.
An employee retreat gives way to romance for Eddie, and Holly agrees to give Malcolm a chance at love.
A love letter gets passed from one wrong person to another, confusing friendships and fantasies.
When Malcolm fails to get a refund on Eddie's ugly couch, the boys try to disprove the store's no-stain guarantee.
Malcolm and Eddie hire a producer to make a commercial for the bar but fire him when he casts Ed McMahon and Ted Lange instead of them.
After Eddie's band performs at Malcolm's '70s party, Eddie becomes so immersed in playing that the gang plans an intervention.
Holly passes Malcolm off as her boyfriend when her parents come for a visit.
Eddie takes karate lessons from a kung fu master to prepare for a duel.
The guys land in jail when they try to scalp Jodeci concert tickets.
Malcolm's new girlfriend and her father are not impressed when Eddie turns the bar into an exotic dance club.
Malcolm tries to reconcile his grandparents by transforming his bar into a romantic spot, with Eddie serenading the couple as Sammy Davis Jr.
A madman (Tom Arnold) takes over the bar with a homemade bomb.
Eddie's uncle (Richard Pryor) teaches Malcolm to win at pool.
The guys try to conceal a bar patron's death from the health inspector.
As Malcolm prepares for halloween, Eddie reveals his fear of a curse placed on his family which turns them into werewolves.
Eddie becomes a member of the Little Buddies Association to get a date with one of the volunteers.
Malcolm makes his move on a beautiful woman who turns out to be Eddie's kid sister.
Eddie impersonates the artist formerly known as Prince at the grand reopening of Malcolm's sports bar.
Eddie selects a new mix of numbers and the guys win the state lottery.
Malcolm is assigned the graveyard shift at the radio station.
The breakdown of Eddie's tow truck forces him to work a host of odd jobs that drive Malcolm crazy.
Two seemingly incompatible strangers become roommates in Kansas City.