The Wayans Bros.

Season 3 Episode 8

An Officer and a Homegirl

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Aired Wednesday 8:30 PM Nov 06, 1996 on The WB
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An Officer and a Homegirl
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Dee is more than angry when her sister Natalie thinks about giving up her promising Air Force career to be with airhead Marlon.

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  • "Air force girls are the biggest freaks!" "Ew! I'd hate to see what you'd do for a Klondike bar..."

    8.4
    Dee's sister, Natalie, comes home from the Air Force, and both Shawn and Marlon find her attractive. Marlon ends up boding very closely with her, and even leaves a tip at the pool hall for the first time ever. But, Dee does not want Natalie to go around with Marlon because she thinks that he is not on the path to success. Needless to say, Dee is especially bothered when Natalie decides that she likes Marlon so much that she wants to quit the Air Force and just hang out with him. Meanwhile, Marlon is offended that Dee seems to be referring to him as a loser. The couple is forced to make a choice that is very difficult for them, and Marlon shows a new side of sensitivity that you might not expect from him. Overall this episode was well-done, but not the most enjoyable to watch, at least, by Wayans standards, but it certainly had its moments. 8.4/10.0.moreless

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    • Marlon: All I know is, with, when I'm with Natalie, man, it's like, it's like biting into a York Peppermint Patty. And I get the sensation I'm on the tallest mountain in Switzerland, and I'm skiing down those white slopes butt-naked at 90 miles an hour, with the wind brushing through my nappy hair and bouncing off my perkily cold nipples! And I'm screaming, (shot of Marlon skiing down a mountain) "WEEEEE! WEEEEEEE! WEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEE!"
      Shawn: Eww! I hate to see what you'd do for a Klondike Bar.

    • (Pops and Shawn are talking to Marlon, who is in love with Natlie, Dee's sister)
      Pops: Love is unselfish. I gave everything I owned to a woman I fell in love with. Gave her my car, my 8-track stereo, my two Indian Head nickels. Then she skipped town. That's when I met your Mama.

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