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This article lists the episodes of the television show In Living Color during its five season run.

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Episodes

Season One

Episode Air Date Sketches
1 15 Apr 1990
2 21 Apr 1990
3 28 Apr 1990
  • "Lean on Me, Beautiful"
  • "Mitzvah Train"
  • "Go On Girl"
  • "United Negro Scholarship Fund"
  • "Too-Too Ethnic"
  • "Lassie '90"
  • "Richard Pryor—Scared for No Reason"
  • "Vortex, the Super Absorbent Tampons"
4 5 May 1990
  • "Oprah"
  • "The Exxxon Family"(NOTE: This was originally the fictional ad for "Colt 45" on the original FOX broadcast, but has been replaced with "The Exxxon Family" in syndication, FX, and BET's former reruns.)
  • "Great Moments in Black History: Self-Service Gas Station"
  • "Jim Carrey Transition"
  • "Rhythmless Nation"
  • "Anton"
  • "Men on Art"
5 12 May 1990
  • "Three Champs and a Baby"
  • "New Ambassador"
  • "A Date with Grace"
  • "Hefty World Condominium Estates"
  • "Homeboy Shopping Network: Used Car Sale"
  • "Black World"
6 19 May 1990
  • "Bad Karate Class"
  • "Greshan Formula"
  • "Jheri's Kids"
  • "The Making of a Tracy Chapman Song"
  • "Oppression"
  • "Snackin' Shack"
7 27 May 1990
8 3 Jun 1990
  • "President Jackson's Farewell Address"
  • "K-Tel Presents Cephus & Reesie Mayweather"
  • "Endangered Species"
  • "Casa de Hair"
  • "This Ol' Box" with Anton Jackson
9 17 Jun 1990
10 24 Jun 1990
  • "Michael Jackson Mr. Potato Head"
  • "Disc Jokey, Death Jockey Trailer"
  • "School for the Self-Taught"
  • "Lil' Miss Trouble"
  • "Uncle Joe's Fairy Tales"
  • "Old Train"
  • "Vera De Milo, Bodybuilder"
11 15 Jul 1990
12 2 Sep 1990
13 9 Sep 1990

Season Two

Episode Air Date Sketches
1 23 Sep 1990
  • "Hey Mon/Hedley Hospital"
  • "Sidekick"
  • "Bigger Brothers"
  • "Mudhead's Funeral"
  • "Men on Films II"
  • Musical guests Queen Latifah and Flavor Flav close the show
2 30 Sep 1990
3 7 Oct 1990
  • "Godfather" intro
  • "Flatuscents"
  • "Good Morning/Good Night"
  • "Cephus & Reesie's Broadway Tour"
  • "The Buttmans: Guess Who's Coming to Dinner?"
  • "Spike's Joint"
4 14 Oct 1990
  • "Fly Girl Brain Surgeons"
  • "Tag Team Evangelists"
  • "Benita Butrell: Uninvited Guest"
  • "1-900-YT-GUILT"
  • "Al MacAfee: Hall Monitor"
  • Musical guest Monie Love closes the show
5 21 Oct 1990
  • The B.S. Brothers make their debut in the show opener
  • "Black Like You"
  • "Go On Girl: Sensitive Men"
  • "I Won't Drift Away"
  • "Miss Black Person U.S.A."
6 28 Oct 1990
  • Musical guest Heavy D & the Boyz opens the show
  • "Hey Mon/Hedley Court"
  • "Shahrazad Ali's Video"
  • "Snackin' Shack"
  • "Frenchie"
7 4 Nov 1990
  • "Shawn Wayans, Rap Star"
  • "B.S. Brothers: Penitentiary IV"
  • "Iraqi Fashion Show"
  • "Lil' Miss Trouble: The School Play"
  • "Vera De Milo: Buffed, Beautiful, and Bitchen"
  • "Homeboy Shopping Network: Hollywood Homeboys"
8 11 Nov 1990
9 18 Nov 1990
  • Carl Jamal Taylor guest stars as first "Fly Guy"
  • "Lassie '90"
  • "Amazing GraceRocky VI"
  • "Dinner with Millie"
  • "PMS Defense System"
  • "Men on Vacation"
  • Musical guest 3rd Bass closes the show
10 25 Nov 1990
  • "The Brothers Brothers: Two Sistas for Two Brothers"
  • "Barbara Bush Visits the Illiterates"
  • "Dickie Peterson: Cherub of Justice"
  • "Anton's Thanksgiving"
  • Musical guest D-Nice closes the show
11 16 Dec 1990
12 23 Dec 1990
  • "Afro-phone"
  • "Vera De Milo: Veracosa, Mistress of Destruction"
  • "Cephus & Reesie: The Christmas Album"
  • "Lil' Miss Trouble at the Museum"
  • "Homey D. Clown: Homey Claus"
  • Infamous 25th episode cake incident, where David Alan Grier runs his finger through the cake and is subsequently caught and dumped, fanny-first, on top of the adultered cake.
13 13 Jan 1991
  • "The Brothers Brothers: Tom and Tom for the Arizona Tourism Commission"
  • "Johnny Abdul—Saudi-Rock Star"
  • "The Last Orphan"
  • "Velma Mullholland"
  • "B.S. Brothers: Funky Finger Productions"
  • "The Head Detective"
  • Musical guest Rich Nice closes the show
14 3 Feb 1991
  • Carla Garrido joins the Fly Girls
  • "Mr. Squeegee"
  • "B.S. Brothers: Big Break"
  • "Fashion Tampons"
  • "Fire Marshall Bill"
  • "Homey D. Clown: Home E. Cheese"
15 10 Feb 1991
  • "Benita Butrell: Block Captain"
  • "Al Macafee, Prom Chaperone"
  • "Oswald Meets the Parole Board"
  • "My Dark Conscience"
  • "Fruit of the Loom Boxers"
16 17 Feb 1991
  • "Ejector Bed"
  • "Frenchie at a Bachelor Party"
  • "Lonny Parker, Attorney at Law"
  • "Les and Wes: Twin Stars"
  • "Anton in the Burbs"
  • Musical guest Leaders of the New School close the show
17 24 Feb 1991
18 3 Mar 1991
  • "The Brothers Brothers: Tom and Tom at the Country Club"
  • "Oprah PSA"
  • "End Zone Choreographer"
  • "Lil' Magic: The Government Cheese"
  • "Fire Marshall Bill: Classroom Safety"
  • Musical guest Another Bad Creation closes the show
19 17 Mar 1991
  • "David Alan Grier's Tribute to Broadway"
  • "Velma II"
  • "Cephus & Reesie: Last Request"
  • "`'Do You Feel Lucky?`' Promo"
  • "The 595 Club"
  • "Vera DeMilo: Pretty Buffed Woman" (spoof of Pretty Woman)
  • Musical guest KRS-One closes the show
20 31 Mar 1991
  • "B.S. Brothers & Sistas"
  • "Summer's Dawn"
  • "Lil' Miss Trouble Runs Away"
  • "The Superfly"
  • "Snackin' Shack: The New Waitress"
  • Musical guest 2 Four 2 closes the show
21 14 Apr 1991
  • "Anton Volunteers", (repeat from Season 2, Episode 2)
  • "Fashion Tampons", (repeat from Season 2, Episode 14)
  • "Spike's Joint", (repeat from Season 2, Episode 3)
  • "I Won't Drift Away", (repeat from Season 2, Episode 5)
  • "Ejector Bed", (repeat from Season 2, Episode 16)
  • "Head Detective", (repeat from Season 2, Episode 13)
  • "Men on Film", (repeat from Season 2, Episode 1)
22 28 Apr 1991
23 5 May 1991
  • "Three Champs and a Little Lady" (repeat from Season 2, Episode 11)
  • "Black Like You" (repeat from Season 2, Episode 5)
  • "New Ambassador" (repeat from Season 1, Episode 5)
  • "Mo' Money with Whiz and Ice" (repeat from Season 1, Episode 9)
  • Musical guest The Afros close the show
24 12 May 1991

(Season Finale)

  • "Lil' Magic: The Audition"
  • "Oprah's Restaurant", featuring Ellen Cleghorne
  • "Homey D. Clown: Homey the Sellout"
  • "Men on Television" (ends with cliffhanger that concludes 22 Sept 1991)
25 11 Aug 1991
  • "Dickie Peterson: Secret Service"
  • "A New 911 Message Service"
  • "Frenchie at the Opera"
  • "Clear Conscience Fur Farm and Outlet Store"
  • "Velma Mulholland Sings"
  • "Visiting Day for Oswald"
26 1 Sep 1991
  • "Amazing Grace—Rocky VI", (repeat from Season 2, Episode 9)
  • "Vera DeMilo: Veracosa, Mistress of Destruction", (repeat from Season 2, Episode 12)
  • "Mudhead's Funeral", (repeat from Season 2, Episode 1)
  • "Men on Vacation", (repeat from Season 2, Episode 9)
  • "Homey D. Clown: When Homey Met Sally", (repeat from Season 2, Episode 2)

Season Three

Episode Air Date Sketches
1 15 September 1991
2 22 September 1991
  • "Kung Fu Master's Special Student"
  • "Jews on First with Al Sharpton and Louis Farrakhan"
  • "Velma and The Burglar"
  • "Oswald Bates: The Silence of The Lambs II"
  • "Men on Film: The Return" (conclusion of cliffhanger in "Men on Television", 12 May 1991)
3 29 September 1991
  • "Clarence Thomas: Sweet Clarence's Badass Song"
  • "El Grande Y Spectacular Muchacho Rockeeter"
  • "Al MacAfee: Condom Distributor"
  • "Prince's Butt Out Jeans Commercial"
  • "Benita Butrell: Carnival Booth"
  • "Anton's Play"
4 13 October 1991
  • "Jesse Jackson's Children Books"
  • "Hey Mon: The Hedley Cafe With Their New Neighbors, The Wans"
  • "B.S. Brothers: City Slickers"
  • "Fire Marshal Bill's Cruise"
  • Close featuring Leaders of the New School
5 20 October 1991
  • "Clarence Thomas: Girlie World"
  • "The Construction Guys"
  • "Snackin' Shack Goes Pirate"
  • "Dinner at Lizzy's"
  • "Cephus and Reesie: Bar Mitzvah"
  • "Handi-Man: The Adventures of Handi Boy"
6 27 October 1991
7 9 November 1991
8 16 November 1991
  • "Sheila Peace"
  • "Les and Wes On The Run"
  • "Timbuk: The Last Runaway Slave"
  • "Late Night with Mike Tyson"
  • Close Featuring Big Daddy Kane
9 6 December 1991
10 9 December 1991
11 14 December 1991
  • "Bill Cosby: The Cosby Condom"
  • "HBO's Tired Comedy Night"
  • "Lil' Magic: Helen Keller"
  • "Tes-T-Shields"
  • "Sidekick in Nam!"
  • "The Ugly Woman's Blind Date"
12 12 January 1992
  • "B.S. Brothers at the Funeral"
  • "Handi-Man and the Tiny Avenger"
  • Close Featuring Jodeci
13 19 January 1992

Season Four

Episode Air Date Sketches
1 27 September 1992
2 4 October 1992
3 11 October 1992
  • "MTV's Politicial Coverage"
  • "Cousin Elsee at the Wake"
  • "Woody Allen's Date the Children Service"
  • "Mr. and Mrs. Brooks"
  • Gang Starr closes the show
4 18 October 1992
5 25 October 1992
  • "Baby Lonnie"
  • "Super Bimbo"
  • "Def Jam Comedy Hour"
  • "Juice Mania"
  • Musical guest Grand Puba closes the show
6 1 November 1992
7 8 November 1992
  • "The Dysfunctional Home Show"
  • "Snuff & Roam: Nightclubbing"
  • "Homey D. Clown: Homey's Son"
  • Close Featuring Wreckx-N-Effect
8 15 November 1992
  • "Chris Rock for Anonymous Express"
  • "Ugly Woman: Wanda Meets the Ugly Man"
  • "Make Me Rich!"
  • "Handi-Man Loses His Powers"
  • Close Featuring Pete Rock and C.L. Smooth
9 22 November 1992
10 29 November 1992
11 13 December 1992
  • "Lil' Magic: Working Girl"
  • "Your Face Is Your Passport"
  • "Ugly Woman: Bram Stoker's Wanda" (Wanda Meets Dracula)
12 20 December 1992
  • "Driving Miss Schott" (spoof of Driving Miss Daisy)
  • "An Ice Poe Christmas"
  • "Benita Butrell: Holiday Volunteer"
  • "Cephus and Reesie: Tunes for Tots"
  • "Why? Eyewitness"
  • "Al MacAfee: How MacAfee Stole Christmas"
  • Christmas Close: Jamie Foxx sings This Christmas
13 3 January 1993
14 17 January 1993
  • "The Capitol Hillbillies" (spoof of The Beverly Hillbillies)
  • "Benita Butrell: Physician's Office"
  • "Amy Fisher's Seminar"
  • "Tales from the Crib"
  • "Ross Perot Inaugural Interruption"
  • "You Bet Your Career"
  • Close Featuring Father MC
15 6 February 1993
16 7 February 1993
17 11 February 1993
  • "Bill Cosby's Condom Commercial"
  • "Homey D. Clown's Parole Romance"
  • "Ejector Bed"
  • "Velma on a Blind Date"
  • "Ugly Woman's One Night Stand"
18 14 February 1993
19 21 February 1993
20 25 February 1993
  • "Men on Film Festival" (with guest Damon Wayans, former cast member)
  • "Rise to Stardom"
  • "Cliff Hanger"
  • "Sponsors"
  • "Ratings"
21 28 February 1993
22 7 March 1993
23 14 March 1993
  • "Great Moments In Black History: Stratching"
  • "Al Sharpton's Hunger Strike"
  • "All Up in the Family" (a.k.a.) "What If Archie Bunker was Black?"
  • "Mr. Rogers: Insufferable Prick"
  • Close Featuring Heavy D and The Boyz
24 21 March 1993
25 4 April 1993
  • "What If Barbra Streisand was Black?"
  • "Al MacAfee: Metal Detective"
  • "Sheila Peace: Enployment Agency"
  • "Lashawn: Makeover"
  • "The Black People's Show"
  • Close Featuring Prince Markie Dee and The Soul Convention
26 25 April 1993
27 29 April 1993
28 2 May 1993
29 6 May 1993
  • "The Superfly"
  • "El Grande Y Spectacular Muchacho Rocketeer"
  • "My Left Foot of Fury"
  • "Oswald: Silence of the Lambs II"
  • "Passenger 227"
  • "Ugly Woman: Basic Instank II"

Season Five

Episode Air Date Sketches
1 16 September 1993
2 23 September 1993
  • "Michael Jackson: Little Timmy's Not My Lover"
  • "The Dirty Dozens Game Show" with guest Nick Bakay
  • "Revival Olympics"
  • "Fire Marshal Bill: Honeymoon Cruise"
  • "Ball Park Breast Implants"
3 30 September 1993
4 7 October 1993
  • "Loomis Simmons: Knock You Up"
  • "Denny's Commercial"
  • "Unpoetic Justice"
  • "Carl 'The Tooth' Williams", aka "The Champ: Shot at the Title"
  • "Funky Finger Productions" aka "B.S. Brothers: Talk Show"
5 14 October 1993
  • "Wanda and her Baby, Part 2"
  • "The Depressed Irish Singer"
  • "Anorexic Sumo Wrestler"
  • "NBA Harassment"
  • "Rhonda Hightower" aka "Deronda and Pookie"
  • "Jodeci"
6 21 October 1993
  • "Rush and Al's Big and Loud Workshop"
  • "Background Guy Gets a Girlfriend"
  • "What If Andy Rooney Were Black?"
  • "Cheap Pete at the Bar" with guest Chris Rock
  • "Ace and the Main Man"/Marsha Warfield
  • "Droop! There It Is"
7 28 October 1993
  • "Wanda and Her Baby, Part 3: Wanda Writes in her Diary"
  • "Circus of the Black Stars"
  • "Carl 'The Tooth' Williams" aka "The Champ Comeback"
  • "A Date With Magnifico"
  • "Fire Marshal Bill Magic Show"
8 4 November 1993
  • "Wanda and Her Baby, Part 4A: Ugly Woman at the Door"
  • "Sam Kinison: Live From Hell"
  • "AT&T Frequent Caller Plan"
  • "Wanda and Her Baby, Part 4B: Ugly Woman at the Door"
  • "Dr. Innappropriato" aka "Insensitive Therapist"
  • "The Dirty Dozens II" with guest Nick Bakay
  • "Wanda and Her Baby, Part 4C: Ugly Woman at the Door"
9 11 November 1993
  • "Rush and Al: Can't We All Just Sweat Along?"
  • "All Up In The Family"
  • "The Waiter Who Knows Too Many Specials"
  • "Wanda and Barry Bonds"
  • "East Hollywood Squares" with guest Peter Marshall
10 18 November 1993
  • "The Background Guy at the Crime Scene"
  • "Wile E. Coyote and Elmer Fudd" aka "Wile E. Coyote on Trial"
  • "Go On Girl with Madonna
  • "Candy Cane Kids Show"
  • "The Honeymooners '93": The New Boss
11 2 December 1993
  • "Carl The Tooth Williams" aka "The Champ: Parachute"
  • "What If The Menendez Brothers Were Black?"
  • "Lorena Bobbit: Deboner 2000 Commercial"
  • "Sammy and the Man"
  • "Umbilical Barry"
  • "Pavorioti"
12 16 December 1993
  • "B.E.T. Fall Lineup: Mary Tyler Mo" (spoof of The Mary Tyler Moore Show)
  • "Loomis Simmons: Custom Built Condoms"
  • "Depressed Irish Singer at the Rescue Mission"
  • "Geraldo: Celeb Kids"
  • "Ace and Main Man"/Johnny Gill
13 30 December 1993
  • "Joe Jackson's Never Neverland Sale"
  • "Mr. Armstrong" aka "Dead Arm Substitute Teacher"
  • "What if Andy Rooney Were Black?"
  • "Deronda and Pookie Play Office"
  • "Wheel of Dozens" with guest Nick Bakay
14 6 January 1994
  • "Sister Act 3: This Ain't Kosher"
  • "Background Guy Goes to the Woods"
  • "The Gangsta Group"
  • "The Waiter on the Plane Who Knows Way Too Many Specials"
  • "Duke and Cornbread Turner" aka "Grandpa/Duke the Police Dog"
15 13 January 1994
  • "Carl "The Tooth" Williams"
  • "All Up In The Family" (spoof of All in the Family)
  • "The Waiter on The Plane"
16 20 January 1994
  • "All Up in The Family: Card Night"
  • "Dirty Dozens Challenge" (with guest Nick Bakay)
  • "Michael Jackson at Disneyworld"
  • "The Waiter in the Diner"
  • "Chris Rock's Speech
17 27 Jan 1994
  • "Marlee Matlin"
  • "Cheap Pete" with guest Chris Rock
  • "AWF's Main Event: Rush and Al vs. Howard Stern"
  • "East Hollywood Squares II" with guest Peter Marshall
18 3 Feb 1994
  • "Tonya Harding: 'The Club' Commercial"
  • "All Up In The Family: Archie Meets Mr. Munson's Girlfriend" aka "Card Night"
  • "John Bobbit: Six Million Dollar Man"
  • "Hemorrhoid Guy"
  • "Wanda and Her Ugly Sister Trap Men During a Snowstorm"
19 10 Feb 1994
  • "The L.A. Clippers with Tonya Harding"
  • "Funky Finger Productions" aka "The B.S. Brothers Pitch Shoes"
  • "Masterpiece Theater"
  • "The White League"
  • "Ace And Main Man"/Kareem Abdul-Jabbar
  • "Wanna Man"
20 17 Feb 1994
  • "Mrs Ikefire" (spoof of Mrs. Doubtfire)
  • "East Hollywood Squares III" with guest Peter Marshall
  • "Background Guy at the Beach at Spring Break"
  • "Dirty Dozens Home Game" with guest Nick Bakay
  • "Fire Marshall Bill: Wedding Night"
21 24 Feb 1994
  • "Carl 'The Tooth' Williams" aka "The Champ: Paternity Suit"
  • "San Francisco"
  • "Dirty Dozens Tournament Of Champions" with guests Nick Bakay and Ed O'Neill
  • "Risky Business II"
22 10 Mar 1994
  • "Dr Kervorkian's Book of Home Remedies"
  • "Great Moments In Black History: The First Def Comedy Jam"
  • "Thugs"
  • "Proud Gay Man at a Burger Joint"
  • "Sweet Tooth Jones"
23 24 Mar 1994
  • "Loomis Simmons: Make him Jealous!"
  • "Whoopi Hosts the Academy Awards"
  • "Duke And Cornbread Turner: Dog Auditions for Beethoven's Third"
  • "Cheap Pete Gets Married" with guest Chris Rock
  • "Umbilical Barry Rides the Subway"
  • "Hemorrhoid Guy: the Hallway"
24 7 Apr 1994
  • "Vista Commercial"
  • "Infomercial Awards"
  • "Wile E. Coyote's Mall Appearance"
  • "All Up in the Family: Gay Barney"
  • "Deronda and Pookie Play Party"
  • "The B.S. Brothers: Gangsta Rappers"
25 14 Apr 1994
  • "The Scary Larry Show"
  • "Rush And Al's Greatest Hits"
  • "Cheap Pete At The Carnival" with guest Chris Rock
  • "Loomis Simmons: Let Me Harass You!"
  • "East Hollywood Squares" with guest Peter Marshall
26 28 Apr 1994
  • "Sweet Tooth Jones: Corporate Gig"
  • "Guidance Counselor Ed Bacon"
  • "Wanda Bids on Luther Vandross at a Bachelor Auction"
27 5 May 1994
  • "Candy Cane's Last Show"
  • "Rap Masterpiece Theatre"
  • "Grandpa & Duke: A Time for Love"
  • "Family Dozens" (with guest Nick Bakay)
28 19 May 1994
  • "The Champ: Back to School"
  • "Prison Cable Network: Lights Out with the Angel"
  • "Ace and Main Man Meet Salt 'n' Peppa."
  • "Background Guy at the Haunted House"







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