|The Wayans Bros.: Season 1|
|Season 1 box cover|
|First episode aired:|
|"Goop-Hair-It-Is", aired January 11, 1995|
|Season finale aired:|
|"Brazilla vs. Rodney", on May 24, 1995|
|13 aired during Season 1|
|None - first season|
The following is a list of the first season episodes of the The WB sitcom, The Wayans Bros.. The series aired from January 11, 1995 to May 20, 1999 with 101 episodes produced spanning 5 seasons. The series starred Shawn and Marlon Wayans as brothers Shawn and Marlon Williams living in New York City.
Series overview Edit
|Season 1||13||January 11, 1995 – May 24, 1995|
|Season 2||22||September 6, 1995 – May 15, 1996|
|Season 3||22||September 4, 1996 – May 14, 1997|
|Season 4||22||September 17, 1997 – May 20, 1998|
|Season 5||22||September 18, 1998 – May 20, 1999|
Season 1 (1995)Edit
|Season 1 episodes|
|No. in series||Episode #||Title||Directed by||Written by||Original air date||Production
|1||1||"Goop-Hair-It-Is"||Shelley Jensen||Jane Milmore & Billy Van Zandt||January 11, 1995||456853|
Shawn and Marlon get in the beauty hair supply business which leads to disastrous results.
Note: Gary Coleman guest stars as himself in this episode.
|2||2||"First Class"||Joel Zwick||Boyd Hale||January 18, 1995||456851|
|Marlon pretends to be basketball player John Starks to get first class seats on an airplane.|
|3||3||"I'm Too Sexy for My Brother"||Shelley Jensen||Phil Beauman||January 25, 1995||456852|
|Marlon auditions for a modeling job with Shawn being the one that actually gets a job instead.|
|4||4||"Free Wally"||John Bowab||Adam Markowitz||February 1, 1995||456855|
|Marlon drives Shawn and Lisa crazy and gets them tickets on ferry cruise on the harbor.|
|5||5||"My Fair Marlon"||John Bowab||David Wyatt||February 8, 1995||456856|
|Shawn helps Marlon write poetry to impress a girl.|
|6||6||"Pops Moves In"||Rob Schiller||Adam Markowitz||February 15, 1995||456857|
|Pops moves with Shawn and Marlon after by getting kicked out by the boy's mother taking advice from his sons.|
|7||7||"Afro Cab"||Rob Schiller||David Wyatt||February 22, 1995||456858|
|Marlon fools Shawn into thinking that his cab service is successful, when its really not. Until, Shawn quits his delivery job to join Marlon.|
|8||8||"The Shawn-Shank Redemption"||John Bowab||Matt Ember||March 1, 1995||456854|
|Shawn and Marlon end up in jail for unpaid parking tickets.|
|9||9||"ER"||Shelley Jensen||Matt Ember||March 15, 1995||456860|
After accidentally sitting on a staple gun, Marlon is rushed to the hospital using Shawn's healthcare card. But the doctor that treats him is Lisa's father, Dr. Saunders (Richard Roundtree). Marlon must now pretend to be Shawn so Shawn's relationship with Lisa isn't ruined.
Note:Lela Rochon makes her final appearance as Lisa.
|10||10||"The Poppa-Cabana"||Joel Zwick||Phil Beauman||March 22, 1995||456861|
|Shawn and Marlon turn Pop's diner into nightclub while he is away in Atlantic City with brother in-law Leon (Garrett Morris).|
|11||11||"It's Shawn! It's Marlon! It's Superboys!"||Joel Zwick||David Wyatt||May 3, 1995||456862|
|Shawn and Marlon become apartment managers by their lazy landlord, Mr. Stone (Sherman Hemsley).|
|12||12||"Pulp Marlon"||Rob Schiller||Phil Beauman||May 10, 1995||456859|
Note: Paula Jai Parker makes her first appearance in the series. She would later join the cast as Monique in season 2.
|13||13||"Brazilla vs. Rodney"||Shelley Jensen||Charleen Easton & Kurt Schindler||May 24, 1995||456863|
|Shawn decides to get in the children's party entertainment business, with a less-than enthusiastic Marlon dressed in a costume.|