Sister, Sister

Season 4 Episode 20

Inherit the Twin

Aired Unknown Apr 30, 1997 on The WB
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Episode Summary

Inherit the Twin

Tia gets some new smart friends, making Tamera feel left out. Then when copies of Tia's personal journal are passed around to the other students, she accuses Tamera of stealing it ending them in Student Court.

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  • Kenan and Kel!

    Tia has some new friends that are as smart as her. Tia writes a slambook about people and Tamera wants to read it. Two new guys, Trevor and Todd, ask Tia and Tamera out, but they decline. When her slambook is gone and copied so everyone can read it, Tia blames Tamera. Trevor and Todd suggest that they go to the student court and that they'll be the lawyers. After Trevor and Todd make Tia and Tamera look bad, Tamera outsmarts them and they confess to stealing the slambook because they got rejected. Ray tries to build an entertainment center.

    This was a great episode! It was cool seeing Kenan Thompson and Kel Mitchell! They are so funny! This episode gets a 10!moreless

Trivia, Notes, Quotes and Allusions


  • TRIVIA (3)

    • When Tamera bursts the door open to leave after being called stupid by Tia in the kitchen the shadow of the boom mic can be seen.

    • In the scene where Tamera says to Tia, "I know you don't want me there in the kitchen", off set, you can hear some noise like clanking.

    • When Tia is asking Tamera if she stole her slambook, Tamera opens her locker but she only turns the combination lock would have to turn it at least 5 times to open a real locker.

  • QUOTES (1)

  • NOTES (1)


    • Ray: "Carpenters? We don't need no stinking Carpenters!"

      This is a play on the line "Badges? We don't need no stinking badges!" said by the Mexican Bandit in Blazing Saddles.

    • This episode's title is based on "Inherit the Wind", a 1960 movie where a school teacher arrested for teaching Darwin's theory of evolution is taken to court, but there's an even bigger dispute between the two prosecuting attornies' personalities than for the actual court case.