|The Wayans Bros.: Season 2|
|Season 2 box cover|
|First episode aired:|
|"Fatal Subtraction", aired September 6, 1995|
|Season finale aired:|
|"Trial and Error", on May 16, 1996|
|22 aired during Season 2|
The following is a list of the second 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.
|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 2 (1995-1996)
|Season 2 episodes|
|No. in Series||Episode#||Title||Directed by||Written by||Original air date||Production
|14||1||"Shawn Takes a New Stand"||Shelley Jensen||Rick Hawkins||September 6, 1995||457701|
Shawn borrows money from Pops to buy a newsstand in a public building after the owner dies.
|15||2||"Fatal Subtraction"||Shelley Jensen||Devon Shepard||September 13, 1995||457702|
|Shawn's new girlfriend Rachel (Garcelle Beauvais) gives him expensive gifts but is a domineering type.|
|16||3||"Blood is Thicker Than Watercolor"||Gerren Keith||Phil Beauman||September 20, 1995||457703|
|An art critic likes Marlon's less-than artistic paintings.|
|17||4||"Two Men and a Baby"||Glenn Casale||Maiya Williams||September 27, 1995||457705|
|A woman leaves a baby on Shawn and Marlon's doorstep, with one of the brothers possibly being the child's father.|
|18||5||"Loot"||Glenn Casale||Jim Evering||October 4, 1995||457706|
|Shawn, Marlon, Pops and friends find $100,000 in an ashtray.|
|19||6||"The Liar's Club"||Glenn Casale||Maiya Williams||October 11, 1995||457708|
|Marlon becomes jealous when Monique asks Shawn to pretend to be her husband to impress a visiting ex-boyfriend from college.|
|20||7||"Scared Straight"||Glenn Casale||Vince Cheung & Ben Montanio||October 25, 1995||457707|
|Shawn and Marlon scoff at Pops about a spirit that haunts the Neidermeyer Building every Halloween.|
|21||8||"Head of State"||Glenn Casale||Liz Sage||November 8, 1995||457709|
Everyone is excited that President may stop by to use the bathroom at Pop's diner. Marlon is determined to shake the President's hand believing that exact moment will guarantee a positive future for him.
Note:Anna Maria Horsford makes her first appearance as Dee Baxter staying for the remainder of the series. She replaces Lou (Jill Tasker) as the security guard in the Neidermeyer Building.
|22||9||"The Sting"||Tony Singletary||Xavier R. Cook & Devon Shepard||November 15, 1995||457710|
|Shawn bets the newsstand in a poker game, eventually losing to T.C. (Phill Lewis).|
|23||10||"Think Fast"||Leonard R. Garner, Jr.||Linda M. Yearwood||November 22, 1995||457704|
Marlon quits the family basketball team due to Pops' tough coaching tactics.
Note: In production order, this episode marks Jill Tasker's final appearance as Lou. She was already replaced by Anna Maria Horsford in the episode "Head of State".
|24||11||"Farmer's Daughter"||Tony Singletary||Maiya Williams||November 29, 1995||457712|
Shawn and Marlon make over their visiting farm cousin Sheila (Kim Wayans) to a hip hop beauty.
Note: Paula Jai Parker makes her final appearance as Monique.
|25||12||"Psycho Santa"||Tony Singletary||Phil Beauman||December 20, 1995||457713|
|An insane man dressed as Santa Claus (Barney Martin) holds the gang hostage.|
|26||13||"Getting It"||Tony Singletatry||Manny Basanese||January 10, 1996||457711|
|Shawn begins to question his morals when he becomes sexually attracted to Amy (Tammy Townsend), a church-going woman who is keeping her virginity safe until marriage.|
|27||14||"Who's In Charge Here?"||Tony Singletary||Barry Gold||January 31, 1996||457716|
|While Pops enjoys being sick in bed, White Mike (Mitch Mullany) turns the diner to a health food spot.|
|28||15||"The Odd Couples"||John Sgueglia||Manny Basanese||February 7, 1996||457715|
|After an argument with Shawn, Marlon moves in with White Mike and T.C. moves in with Shawn to take Marlon's place.|
|29||16||"Hearts and Flowers"||Buzz Sapien||Maiya Williams||February 14, 1996||457718|
|Shawn is left heartbroken on Valentine's Day after his girlfriend leaves him for Marlon.|
|30||17||"The Ghetto Gourmets"||Buzz Sapien||Devon Shepard||February 21, 1996||457714|
|Pops is invited to a cooking segment on a Regis and Kathie Lee-type morning show.|
|31||18||"A Hero's Story"||Tony Singletary||Carrie Honigblum & Renee Phillips||February 28, 1996||457717|
|Marlon takes credit from Shawn for saving a boy's life after the boy is hit a by a car.|
|32||19||"It Takes a Thief"||Scott Baio||Alison Taylor||March 13, 1996||457721|
|Shawn and Marlon try to expose a smooth-talking jewelery salesman who is dating Dee, until Dee announces that they are getting married.|
|33||20||"New Lease on Life"||Gerren Keith||Xavier R. Cook||May 1, 1996||457719|
|Mrs. Neidermeyer (Adrienne Barbeau) the wife of Mr. Neidermeyer (Pat Harrington, Jr.) the owner of the building named after him tries to seduce Shawn.|
|34||21||"Mama, I Wanna Act"||Gerren Keith||Devon Shepard||May 8, 1996||457722|
|Marlon decides he wants to pursue an acting career much to Shawn's dislike.|
|35||22||"Trial and Error"||Buzz Sapien||Phil Beauman||May 15, 1996||457720|
|Marlon takes Shawn to small claims court after slipping on Shawn's spilled coffee.|