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Season: 1 | 2 | 3 | 4 | 5 | 6 | 7
Year: 2000 | 2001 | 2002 | 2003 | 2004 | 2005 | 2006


Season 1


Season 1, Episode 1: Pilot

9 January 2000
Malcolm Wilkerson has been labeled a boy genius and is moved, much to his chagrin, into the Krelboyne class, which is a class full of nerds and geniuses like himself.

Jane Kaczmarek ... Lois

Bryan Cranston ... Hal

Christopher Masterson ... Francis (as Christopher Kennedy Masterson)

Justin Berfield ... Reese

Erik Per Sullivan ... Dewey

Catherine Lloyd Burns ... Caroline Miller

Frankie Muniz ... Malcolm

Merrin Dungey ... Malcolm's Teacher
Craig Lamar Traylor ... Stevie Kenarban
Vincent Berry ... Dave Spath

Martin Spanjers ... Richard

Landry Allbright ... Julie Houlerman
Will Jennings ... Eraserhead
Dylan Kasch ... Crony #1

Austin Stout ... Spath's Victim
Nicholas Pappone ... Nervous Kid
Ibrahim Muhammad ... Another Kid

Tanisha Grant ... Teacher (uncredited)

Kristin Quick ... Flora Mayesh (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 2: Red Dress

16 January 2000
When Lois finds her red anniversary dress burnt and in the toilet, she immediately suspects Reese, Dewey and Malcolm of foul play, and chases them all over the house to try and make them fess up, while Hal waits all night at the restaurant alone.

Jane Kaczmarek ... Lois

Bryan Cranston ... Hal

Christopher Masterson ... Francis (as Christopher Kennedy Masterson)

Justin Berfield ... Reese

Erik Per Sullivan ... Dewey

Catherine Lloyd Burns ... Caroline Miller (credit only)

Frankie Muniz ... Malcolm

Karim Prince ... Stanley

David Anthony Higgins ... Craig Feldspar (as David Higgins)

Paul Willson ... Ed

Joel McCrary ... Bathroom Attendant

Adam Hendershott ... Adam
Robert Cesario ... Maitre'd
Daniel Escobar ... Franklin (as Daniel R. Escobar)

Drew Powell ... Drew

Season 1, Episode 3: Home Alone 4

23 January 2000
While Hal and Lois are away for the weekend, Francis, visiting home from military school, is in charge of the house. Right away his friends come over and mess it up, so Francis and the boys clean it up to show Francis is responsible and might be allowed to leave military school and come home. All goes well...until a shelf falls on Malcolm, injuring him.

Season 1, Episode 4: Shame

6 February 2000
Malcolm finds himself being antagonized by a new bully, Kevin. This kid was always mocking him, teasing him, at lunch he cut right in front of him. On pizza day! But after Kevin taunted him about it one time too many, Malcolm loses it and attacks the kid, but deeply regrets it after learning his bully was 7-years-old; Hal cuts down the huge tree in the front yard, and he and the boys have just a little too much fun with the wood chipper.

Season 1, Episode 5: Malcolm Babysits

13 February 2000
Malcolm adores his new job of looking after the kids of a rich family, while his own family finds themselves camping out in the yard in a trailer while the house is being fumigated. Hal and Lois are constantly at each other's throats and they're all miserable, while Malcolm has the time of his life with people who seem like the perfect family. But, are they really as perfect as they appear?

Season 1, Episode 6: Sleepover

20 February 2000
Reese takes on an impossible task in order to be allowed to stay up and watch an evil puppet, while Malcolm, finding his sleepover at Stevie's a little...safe, introduces Stevie to trouble. Hal and Lois take advantage of the boys' busy evening. Meanwhile Francis, chosen as a victim by a secret cabal of tormentors, teaches them a thing or two about torture.

Season 1, Episode 7: Francis Escapes

27 February 2000
Francis bails from military school in a desperate attempt to visit his stupid girlfriend.

Jane Kaczmarek ... Lois

Bryan Cranston ... Hal

Christopher Masterson ... Francis (as Christopher Kennedy Masterson)

Justin Berfield ... Reese

Erik Per Sullivan ... Dewey

Catherine Lloyd Burns ... Caroline Miller (credit only)

Frankie Muniz ... Malcolm

Karim Prince ... Stanley
Craig Lamar Traylor ... Stevie Kenarban
Lauren Hodges ... Beebee
Haven Hartman ... Girl Teen

Jade Carter ... Boy Teen
Ruth Cohen ... Checkout Clerk (uncredited)
Sean Penberthy ... Cadet #5 (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 8: Krelboyne Picnic

12 March 2000
The family have to go to the Krelboyne class picnic. Malcolm doesn't want to go because he has to do an act and doesn't want to look bad in front of his family especially Francis who is home for the weekend. Francis promises to get Malcolm out of doing his act but meets a girl at the picnic and no longer wants to leave. Lois tries to fit in with the other parents unsuccessfully and Hal serves meat from the BBQ even though the Krelboynes all voted that there would be no meat. Reese ends up on the run from eraserheads brother who catches him in the end giving him a wedgie. When Stevie leaves his chemicals with Malcolm, Malcolm desperate to do anything to get out of his act tries to make a stink bomb but ends up making a level 3 toxic bomb. The picnic seems to be ruined until Malcolm guiltily goes up on stage to preform his act. Everyone is amazed by it especially his family. Malcolm fears they will all treat him differently but to his relief nothing has changed.

Season 1, Episode 9: Lois vs. Evil

19 March 2000
Waiting in Lucky Aide for Lois to end her shift, Reese and Malcolm cause trouble, which leaves Dewey unobserved and able to nick something expensive from the store. Lois tries to make a point about "doing the right thing" and loses her job in the process. It also leaves the family with less income, bad food and Malcolm stressed out, especially because he already is in emotional despair over Julie Houlerman. Malcolm gets caught in an awkward social situation and Lois struggles between standing up to the man and providing for her family. Meanwhile Francis gets a break from the academy as honor guard for a beauty pageant. Every cadets dream come true?

Season 1, Episode 10: Stock Car Races

2 April 2000
Hal takes the day off and the boys to the stock car races, while Francis gets into trouble with Commandant Spangler which leads to troubles with his fellow cadets, but that can not stop Francis from aiming for the next big possibility to screw up - this time it involves a Dog and a Snake. As Lois is searching for a check, she discovers more and more dirt on each family-member, hidden in the dustiest corners of the house, which she piles up for later use. Meanwhile the boys get bored at the tracks fast and get into problems on their own.

Season 1, Episode 11: Funeral

9 April 2000
Aunt Helen died and the family prepares for the funeral, an occasion that doesn't go as planned. Dewey finds a stray kid, Malcolm tries to avoid going altogether, Reese tries to sink some Evidence with aunt Helen's casket, Francis tries to get involved more into family matters, Hal prepares a speech, Dewey tries to get his new friend Egg home and Lois is all about family obligations. Of course it turns out much different then anybody anticipates.

Season 1, Episode 12: Cheerleader

16 April 2000
While we have a chance to see the world from Dewey's very special point of view, Reese acts weird. As it turns out, he is interested in a girl and does not know how to show her how he feels. Following a misunderstood advice from Malcolm, Reese joins the cheerleader-squad. As a consequence Hal has to have "the talk" with his sons. Meanwhile in the military academy Francis gets to know Commandant Spangler on a very personal level.

Season 1, Episode 13: Rollerskates

30 April 2000
Malcolm sucks at street-hockey, frankly because he has no skates. So he turns to his father, who trains all his sons in the secrets of skating before he allows them to have their own pair. Neither of his bigger brother tell him about his fathers training and Malcolm gets even more anxious as Hal gets very mysterious about it all, but nothing can prepare either one of them for what is to come. Lois hurt her back terribly and has to stay in bed, which does not keep her from tyrannizing Reese and constantly trying to avoid being drugged with pain medication by her loving husband Hal. At the military academy everybody is preparing for a weekend of survival training without any comfort, except for Francis who tries to ditch his comrades.

Season 1, Episode 14: The Bots and the Bees

7 May 2000
Lois takes off to visit Francis at the academy, which might makes his recent appendectomy just a little more painful. Without Lois, Hal devolves to his former bad boy personality, which turns the Robot Malcolm builds with his Krelboyne colleagues into a much more destructive power then expected.

Season 1, Episode 15: Smunday

14 May 2000
The boys were grounded for a while for losing Dewey's bike and can't wait for their release, but Lois is sick in bed and mistakes Monday for Sunday. But the boys appreciate the opportunity to ditch school. A letter from the academy arrives, which would cause some trouble for Francis and the boys decide to hide it, until they find out that it was Francis that sold them out about the bike. While the boys turn against Francis, Hal is at a Porsche shop and gets tempted to buy a car he can not possible afford.

Jane Kaczmarek ... Lois

Bryan Cranston ... Hal

Christopher Masterson ... Francis (as Christopher Kennedy Masterson)

Justin Berfield ... Reese

Erik Per Sullivan ... Dewey

Frankie Muniz ... Malcolm

Peter Mackenzie ... Terry

Todd Giebenhain ... Richie
Justin Pierce ... Justin
Parker Mills ... Circus

David Weisenberg ... Finance Guy

Stan Sellers ... Trade-in Guy

David C. Fisher ... Auto Sales Associate (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 16: Water Park

21 May 2000
The family takes a day vacation at the water-park. All except Dewey, who has to stay home with an overage babysitter, which turns out to be more fun then expected. While Malcolm and Reese get into a loop of revenge-pranks, Hal and Lois try to enjoy the day off. As Dewey's babysitter hits the dance-floor, in more then one way, the youngest member of the family sets off on his own.

Jane Kaczmarek ... Lois

Bryan Cranston ... Hal

Christopher Masterson ... Francis (as Christopher Kennedy Masterson)

Justin Berfield ... Reese

Erik Per Sullivan ... Dewey

Frankie Muniz ... Malcolm

Bea Arthur ... Mrs. White

Daniel von Bargen ... Commandant Edwin Spangler

Eric Nenninger ... Eric Hansen

Kasan Butcher ... Joe
Malachi Pearson ... Cadet #1
Kevin Christy ... Attendant
John Michael Miller ... Lifeguard

Amanda Fuller ... April
Marsha Clark ... Babysitter

Laura Roth ... Teenage Girl
Jared McVay ... Elderly Man

Adam Vernier ... Large Man
Scott Berman ... Water Park Attendant (uncredited)

Kristin Quick ... Water Park Attendant (uncredited)

Season 2


Season 2, Episode 1: Traffic Jam

5 November 2000
As the family drives home from the water-park, they get stuck in a traffic jam. While each family members tries to deal with heat, stress and boredom in their own way, Dewey is roaming the country on his own.

Season 2, Episode 2: Halloween Approximately

8 November 2000
Francis is a week late for Halloween, but that can not stop him from traditional festive vandalism, since he has the perfect plan to cause mischief in the neighborhood. Meanwhile Hal has to fight a different neighborhood nuisance, vigilante style.

Season 2, Episode 3: Lois's Birthday

12 November 2000
When Lois gives the boys $10 each to buy her a present, they decide to get something for themselves, which causes her to have grief. When Hal also forgets her birthday, Lois decides that is enough, so she escapes until the family finally decides that they need her. Meanwhile, Francis brings home a beautiful African woman.

Jane Kaczmarek ... Lois

Bryan Cranston ... Hal

Christopher Masterson ... Francis (as Christopher Kennedy Masterson)

Justin Berfield ... Reese

Erik Per Sullivan ... Dewey

Frankie Muniz ... Malcolm

David Anthony Higgins ... Craig Feldspar (as David Higgins)
Blair Wingo ... Amaani
Patricia Place ... Mrs. Jansen
Patricia A. Lewis ... Tour Guide (as Patti Lewis)
Keith Alexander ... Clown #1

Robert Briscoe Evans ... Timmy's Father

Sean Marquette ... Boy

Brian J. Williams ... Clown #4 (uncredited)

Season 2, Episode 4: Dinner Out

15 November 2000
Commandant Spangler announces his mother's visit and Francis uses the opportunity to organize a dance, for which he invites some local girls, which ends up to be a very different experience then the cadets expected. Meanwhile the Kenarbans invite the whole family to a nice dinner that turns into an evening of conflicts, as the families get to know each other better.

Season 2, Episode 5: Casino

19 November 2000
The family is on a weekend-vacation in an native American casino. Francis uses this opportunity to go on vacation himself, by sneaking into his former home, but he is not the only one with that idea. While Hal, Reese and Malcolm get lost in the desert, Lois and Dewey enjoy a day of relaxation.

Jane Kaczmarek ... Lois

Bryan Cranston ... Hal

Christopher Masterson ... Francis (as Christopher Kennedy Masterson)

Justin Berfield ... Reese

Erik Per Sullivan ... Dewey

Frankie Muniz ... Malcolm

David Anthony Higgins ... Craig Feldspar (as David Higgins)

Todd Giebenhain ... Richie

Kasan Butcher ... Joe

Michael Horse ... Security Guy
Ajgie Kirkland ... Major Hughes
Todd Eckert ... Hotel Man
Michelle Davison ... Woman
BJ Porter ... Attendant (as B.J. Porter)
Kristen Trucksess ... Attendant #2

Larry Weissman ... Waiter

Sara Van Horn ... Richie's Mom

Season 2, Episode 6: Convention

22 November 2000
Hal and Lois heads off to a convention while the boys stays home for the babysitter. Malcolm, Reese and Dewey assumed it's just another old woman, their parents hired to watch them. They decide to do a series of pranks on their babysitter, which includes the covered up sewer tank with a blanket and a book for the old woman sit on. To their surprise, their babysitter is a hot, teen-aged girl named Patty. She is sweet to them, but also bitter because she was rejected by Francis, a long time ago, because she was obese. Now the boys compete against each other to see who will prove their eldest brother wrong in his rejection and sleep with her without sex. Meanwhile at the convention, Lois tries in vain to stop the fight between Hal and Jack, who stole his idea.

Season 2, Episode 7: Robbery

26 November 2000
The night-shift at Lucky Aide is held hostage by two robbers since Craig does not want to give up the combination for the stores safe. Francis tries to help a heartbroken friend at the academy while Hal and the boys fight nature at home.

Jane Kaczmarek ... Lois

Bryan Cranston ... Hal

Christopher Masterson ... Francis (as Christopher Kennedy Masterson)

Justin Berfield ... Reese

Erik Per Sullivan ... Dewey

Frankie Muniz ... Malcolm

David Anthony Higgins ... Craig Feldspar (as David Higgins)

Dewey Weber ... Robber #1

Maz Jobrani ... Robber #2
Teresa Velarde ... Theresa

Arjay Smith ... Finley

Frank Clem ... Creepy

Mark Cartier ... Eager Customer (uncredited)

Season 2, Episode 8: Therapy

29 November 2000
In an attempt to avoid the worst moments of medieval week at his Krelboyne class, Malcolm spins a delicate web of deception for the school therapist. Francis takes over the laundry at the academy and Hal discovers that his youngest, Dewey, is a natural at skittles.

Season 2, Episode 9: High School Play

10 December 2000
Malcolm gets the chance to perform at a high-school play in the lead role, leaving his friends alone with their secret project. But hanging out with high-school kids and their constant exchange of useless information has quite an impact on Malcolm's mental abilities. Lois finds herself with twenty five unexpected free minutes left on her schedule, which she uses for a massage, relaxing for the first time in her life. Hal and Dewey build a giant city out of Lego, while Francis tries to fight Commandant Spangler's tyranny with flower power.

Season 2, Episode 10: The Bully

17 December 2000
Reese, promising champion of his school's wrestling team, gets beaten by a girl, completely demoralizing him. So he gives up his school-bully carrier, which destabilizes the natural oder of things at school. Francis tries to get out of academy at his birthday in an attempt to avoid academy-birthday-traditions.

Jane Kaczmarek ... Lois

Bryan Cranston ... Hal

Christopher Masterson ... Francis (as Christopher Kennedy Masterson)

Justin Berfield ... Reese

Erik Per Sullivan ... Dewey

Frankie Muniz ... Malcolm
Craig Lamar Traylor ... Stevie Kenarban

Eric Nenninger ... Eric Hansen

Kasan Butcher ... Joe
Evan Matthew Cohen ... Lloyd

Kyle Sullivan ... Dabney Hooper
Mike White ... Wrestling Coach

John Lacy ... Spectator
Eric Fleeks ... Ref
Laura Henry ... Jeffrey's Mother
Ellis Williams ... Patient (as Ellis E. Williams)

Susan Yeagley ... Nurse
Eric Marquette ... Braveheart
Tyler Roche ... Jeffrey

Jerry Messing ... Big Kid #2
Jacob Franchek ... Big Kid #3
Nick Fuoco ... Big Kid #4
T.J. Beacom ... Big Kid #5
Kenneth Schmidt ... Little Kid #1
Dion Overstreet Jr. ... Little Kid #2 (as Dion Clinton Overstreet Jr.)
Troy Martin ... Heckler (uncredited)

Kristin Quick ... Flora Mayesh (uncredited)

Season 2, Episode 11: Old Mrs. Old

7 January 2001
Malcolm accidentally hits a ball into grouchy old Mrs. Griffen's yard and, when going to retrieve it, he has a run-in with the old lady, accidentally making her fall and break her arm. As punishment, Malcolm must go over to Mrs. Griffen's house every day after school to help her out; Dewey begins carrying a purse to school rather than a back pack; Francis must deal with his screw-up friend Richie at military school.

Season 2, Episode 12: Krelboyne Girl

14 January 2001
Lois and Hal try to get Dewey off his dependents to his stuffed animal Domingo by convincing his that it is too dirty. Strangely attracted, Malcolm finds himself in emotional confusion about the new weird Krelboyne girl Cynthia. At the academy Commandant Spangler re-institutes old Hickory into the school's disciplinary system and Francis tries to convince his father Hal to lie for him to avoid punishment.

Season 2, Episode 13: New Neighbors

21 January 2001
A new family moves into the next house and the family tries to make friends with them. As it turns out, all but the two men despite each other, which leaves the two men living their new found friendship in secrecy. Francis finds Commandant Spangler emotionally devastated, questioning his own accomplishments, comparing himself to a prominent visitor to the academy.

Jane Kaczmarek ... Lois

Bryan Cranston ... Hal

Christopher Masterson ... Francis (as Christopher Kennedy Masterson)

Justin Berfield ... Reese

Erik Per Sullivan ... Dewey

Frankie Muniz ... Malcolm

Daniel von Bargen ... Commandant Edwin Spangler

Robin Riker ... Tina

Gregory Jbara ... Mike (as Greg Jbara)

Michael Welch ... Josh

Eric Nenninger ... Eric Hansen

Arjay Smith ... Finley

Christopher DerGregorian ... Hector

Dakota Fanning ... Emily
Denalda Williams ... Police Officer
Zack Phifer ... Steve Jenkins (as Zach Phifer)
Sarah Ashley ... Teenage Girl

John Lee Ames ... Cadet (uncredited)

Chris Chee ... Cadet (uncredited)
Bradley Thomas Taylor ... Candyman Singer (uncredited)

Season 2, Episode 14: Hal Quits

4 February 2001
Hal feels like his job is a piece of crap after going to Dewyes class for parent job day. SO he decides to take a "kidney failure" weeks off. well Francis is forced to work at the lucky aid over spring break.

Season 2, Episode 15: The Grandparents

11 February 2001
Lois' estranged parents, Ida and Victor, pay the family a visit. Right away, trouble starts brewing. Victor bonds with Reese, Ida gets Malcolm into a fight, and Dewey is haunted by childhood memories of his inattentive grandparents. To make matters worse, Grandpa Victor gives Reese a live grenade as a present, and worse comes to worse, the boob pulls the pin! Luckily the family survived the explosion, but their brand new, expensive refrigerator wasn't as lucky.

Season 2, Episode 16: Traffic Ticket

18 February 2001
When Lois is arrested for having 16 unpaid parking tickets, she makes Francis pay for them and fights the cop in court for falsely accusing her of something she never did.

Season 2, Episode 17: Surgery

25 February 2001
Francis organizes a hunger strike to get back the academy's TV, taken away by Commandant Spangler. Meanwhile Malcolm has to go to the hospital, leaving him in the children's ward and the family without their genius middle son.

Season 2, Episode 18: Reese Cooks

4 March 2001
In an attempt to change the usual punishment pattern for Reese, Hal signs them both up for cooking classes, which turns out to be Reese's area of genius. Meanwhile Francis gets Eric into trouble because he did not yet finish his part of their co-op history assignment. Malcolm has the best intentions when he tries to explain to Cynthia that her planned party might end up with less then expected attendance.

Season 2, Episode 19: Tutoring Reese

11 March 2001
Francis is home to repair the roof, while Reese has even more troubles with his grades then usual, although he is convinced that his Teacher Mr. Woodward is out to get him. While Dewey makes a new friend, Lois makes Malcolm tutor Reese and Malcolm soon finds out that Reese was right about Mr. Woodward all along.

Season 2, Episode 20: Bowling

1 April 2001
In this special episode, we see what would happen if Lois took the kids bowling and what would happen if Hal took them bowling. Lois keeps the kids under tight watch, making Malcolm's night miserable, since he's the worst bowler in the group; Hal is on the verge of a perfect game, Reese ticks off the wrong guy and runs for his life, and Malcolm finds a girl who is attracted to him.

Season 2, Episode 21: Malcolm vs. Reese

22 April 2001
Francis makes Reese and Malcolm fight each other and suck up to him for wrestling tickets. In the meantime Dewey takes care of Craig's cat Jellybean while he is gone to a comic convention.

Season 2, Episode 22: Mini-Bike

29 April 2001
In this episode Kraig still lives in Louis and Hall's house, because his one had been burnt down. That costs a lot of things on the whole family. Meanwhile, Malcolm and his brothers find a mini-bike in the garbage. At first they argue with each other, but after their mother banned the use of the bike, they join forces against her. At the same time Hall goes to Allabama to visit his son Frencis for the Fathers-and-Sons meeting, where he expects some great achievements from his son. But what will happen after all that ?

Jane Kaczmarek ... Lois

Bryan Cranston ... Hal

Christopher Masterson ... Francis (as Christopher Kennedy Masterson)

Justin Berfield ... Reese

Erik Per Sullivan ... Dewey

Frankie Muniz ... Malcolm

Daniel von Bargen ... Commandant Edwin Spangler

David Anthony Higgins ... Craig Feldspar (as David Higgins)

Eric Nenninger ... Eric Hansen

Drew Powell ... Drew

Kasan Butcher ... Joe

Clement Blake ... Garbage Man
Brian Noonan ... Drew's Father
Chip Heller ... Eric's Father #1

Weston Blakesley ... Eric's Father #2
Eric Payne ... Phil (as Eric A. Payne)

Brianna Deutsch ... Reese's Fantasy Girl

Season 2, Episode 23: Carnival

6 May 2001
The boys and Steve take off in the evening to visit the carnival but get into trouble, while the parents go searching for them.

Jane Kaczmarek ... Lois

Bryan Cranston ... Hal

Christopher Masterson ... Francis (as Christopher Kennedy Masterson)

Justin Berfield ... Reese

Erik Per Sullivan ... Dewey

Frankie Muniz ... Malcolm
Craig Lamar Traylor ... Stevie Kenarban

Merrin Dungey ... Kitty Kenarban

Gary Anthony Williams ... Abraham 'Abe' Kenarban

Mike Grief ... Security Guard
Steven I. Schafer ... Gorak (as Steven Ira Schafer)
Joe J. Garcia ... Carnie

Matthew McGrory ... Lothar
April Tatro ... Contortionist
Barbara Arsenault ... Siamese Twins (uncredited)
Nancy Arsenault ... Siamese Twins (uncredited)
Joan Blair ... Bearded Lady (uncredited)
Lawrence Calvin ... Dog Face Boy (uncredited)

Martin Klebba ... Circus Barker (uncredited)

Season 2, Episode 24: Evacuation

13 May 2001
When the family gets a new couch, Hal looses the old one on the way to the dump, causing a train accident with dire consequences for the whole neighborhood. While Hal tries to make it up to society, Dewey makes people believe he is an orphan. Reese starts a black market, while Malcolm is grounded and confined to the bunk in the emergency camp. Meanwhile Eric takes Francis on a somewhat different double-date.

Jane Kaczmarek ... Lois

Bryan Cranston ... Hal

Christopher Masterson ... Francis (as Christopher Kennedy Masterson)

Justin Berfield ... Reese

Erik Per Sullivan ... Dewey

Frankie Muniz ... Malcolm

Casey Sander ... Capt. James

Eric Nenninger ... Eric Hansen

Jerry Trainor ... Guardsman
Cristina Kernan ... Didi
Evan Matthew Cohen ... Lloyd

Kyle Sullivan ... Dabney Hooper

Heather McPhaul ... Doris
Brian Tahash ... Roy

Reagan Dale Neis ... Laura

John Harnagel ... Jerry
Linda Porter ... Audrey

John Maynard ... Father
Emmett Shoemaker ... Ronnie

Elizabeth Regen ... Waitress

Tom Ayers ... Trucker

Kim Delgado ... Newsman

Shannon Whirry ... Beautiful Woman
Katya Abelski ... Little Girl (as Katya Abelsky)

Season 2, Episode 25: Flashback

20 May 2001
Lois is two weeks late with her period, causing her and Hal to panic and start a big fight, while trying to keep it from the boys. And while Dewey is scared that his parents may split up, Hal and Lois remember the troubles of getting their previous four sons.

Jane Kaczmarek ... Lois

Bryan Cranston ... Hal

Christopher Masterson ... Francis (as Christopher Kennedy Masterson)

Justin Berfield ... Reese

Erik Per Sullivan ... Dewey

Frankie Muniz ... Malcolm

Stuart Pankin ... Doctor
David Doty ... Priest

Gregory White ... Hal's Boss (as Greg White)

Weston Blakesley ... Cabbie

Jerry Hauck ... Co-Worker

Robert R. Shafer ... Police Officer (as Bobby Ray Shafer)
Cheryl Carter ... Jogger

Doug Cox ... Neighbor
Scott Berkhausen ... Francis at 9
Austin Wolff ... Reese at 6

Cody Estes ... Malcolm at 4
Easton Gage ... Francis at 5
Tyler Ryan ... Francis at 3
Connor M. Morrison ... Reese at 2

Gary Cairns ... Mad Cadet (uncredited)
Risé Stefani ... Delivery Room Nurse (uncredited)

Season 3


Season 3, Episode 1: Houseboat

11 November 2001
The family takes a vacation with the Kenarbans, sharing a houseboat. And while Steve's parents are caught in a fight, Reese and Steve socialize with some cheerleader from a nearby spirit camp, Malcolm is stuck with Hal fishing. At the military academy, Eric turns eighteen and leaves for Alaska, inspiring Francis to do something about his situation too.

Season 3, Episode 2: Emancipation

14 November 2001
Being fed up with military school, Francis gets himself legally emancipated so he can go north to Alaska with his friend Eric and become a logger. This does not sit well at all with the family.

Season 3, Episode 3: Book Club

18 November 2001
Lois, in an attempt to get a break from the family, joins a book club that turns out to be a night off for frustrated housewives, but it all goes a little bit haywire. Meanwhile Francis tries to get to Alaska, learning something important about himself and about truck drivers. Hal, who tries to keep the boys out of troubles for the evening, is caught in an inner conflict about how to treat them.

Jane Kaczmarek ... Lois

Bryan Cranston ... Hal

Christopher Masterson ... Francis (as Christopher Kennedy Masterson)

Justin Berfield ... Reese

Erik Per Sullivan ... Dewey

Frankie Muniz ... Malcolm

Eric Nenninger ... Eric Hansen

Edie McClurg ... Julie

Amy Farrington ... Karen

Jim O'Heir ... Roy
Jodi Carlisle ... Book Club Lady #1

Sharon Omi ... Book Club Lady #2

Jennifer Echols ... Book Club Lady #3
Antoinette Byron ... Lillian

Season 3, Episode 4: Malcolm's Girlfriend

28 November 2001
Francis has to stay a couple of days in a small county jail and enjoys it more then he expected. Malcolm finds himself with a girlfriend, which add to his usual social anxiety. Dewey makes friend with a new kid in the area, helping the kid's mother to compose Dewey's dream birthday party for his new friend.

Jane Kaczmarek ... Lois

Bryan Cranston ... Hal

Christopher Masterson ... Francis (as Christopher Kennedy Masterson)

Justin Berfield ... Reese

Erik Per Sullivan ... Dewey

Frankie Muniz ... Malcolm
Craig Lamar Traylor ... Stevie Kenarban

Cristine Rose ... Mrs. Demarco

Terry Rhoads ... Sheriff Chad

Karen Lorre ... Vanessa (as Karen Witter Lorre)

Colin Ferguson ... Deputy Brock
Evan Matthew Cohen ... Lloyd

Kyle Sullivan ... Dabney Hooper

Alessandra Torresani ... Sara Coleman (as Alessandra Toreson)

Logan O'Brien ... Ronnie Demarco (as Logan Craig O'Brien)

Marcella Lentz-Pope ... Holly

Jack Impellizzeri ... Deputy #2
Daniel 'Smalls' Johnson ... Burly Guy (as Smalls)
Jonathan Jones ... Zadoc

Cody Estes ... Young Malcolm
Dillon John ... Young Reese
Matthew Dunn ... Young Dewey

Malcolm David Kelley ... Kid #1

Charlie Stewart ... Kid #2

Kristin Quick ... Flora Mayesh (uncredited)

Mary Ann Springer ... Girl Saved by Hal (uncredited)

Season 3, Episode 5: Charity

2 December 2001
Malcolm, Reese and Dewey "volunteer" to do charity work at the local church. They soon begin bartering the many items in the church basement in exchange for money, but when the boys start making more of a profit than the church, their consciences finally catch up to them. Meanwhile, en route to Alaska, Francis is utterly humiliated by a boisterous truck driver.

Season 3, Episode 6: Health Scare

9 December 2001
Dewey tries to prove he can take responsibility by taking care of the class hamster for the weekend, his efforts being ignored by his parents who secretly try to wait out possible bad news from Hal's doctor. Meanwhile Reese and Malcolm try ditch home for a party and Francis has to fight Lavernia, his boss.

Season 3, Episode 7: Christmas

16 December 2001
It's another Wilkerson family Christmas- Reese, Dewey and Malcolm misbehave a time too many, so Lois moves the tree and all the presents to the garage, which she called, "holding Christmas hostage". While Francis, much to his chagrin, goes to Canada to visit Grandma Ida, whose Christmas spirit was running on empty. Much like her gin bottles.

Jane Kaczmarek ... Lois

Bryan Cranston ... Hal

Christopher Masterson ... Francis (as Christopher Kennedy Masterson)

Justin Berfield ... Reese

Erik Per Sullivan ... Dewey

Frankie Muniz ... Malcolm

Cody Estes ... Young Malcolm
Dillon John ... Young Reese
Matthew Dunn ... Young Dewey

Cloris Leachman ... Ida

Season 3, Episode 8: Poker

6 January 2002
Abe invites Hal to his poker round for the first time. Hal is very excited until he finds out this is not as much fun as he thought ... Because Hal is busy losing his money, Reese has to accompany Lois to dance class where he becomes the center of attention of the elderly ladies. Meanwhile, Malcolm and Stevie both have creative school projects - Malcolm has to write an essay, and Stevie is making a video of this, annoying his best friend to no end.

Season 3, Episode 9: Reese's Job

20 January 2002
Reese lands a part time job at Circus Burger, which seems like a good job. Until he meets his supervisor, Francis' dim-witted friend Richie, who, along with his co-worker cohorts, set Reese up as a patsy.

Season 3, Episode 10: Lois' Makeover

27 January 2002
Lois is completely mortified when she is called slovenly at work and is asked to dress up her appearance.

Season 3, Episode 11: Company Picnic: Part 1

3 February 2002
Malcolm and his family go to Hal's work picnic. Hal tries to avoid meeting the new boss and in return is mistaken for the boss. Dewey eats too much candy. Malcolm meets up with a girl from his past. In Alaska, Francis goes up against a girls ice hockey team in order to earn some much needed cash.

Season 3, Episode 12: Company Picnic: Part 2

3 February 2002
Reese and his partner from the scavenger hunt cause problems. Malcolm gets into trouble with a girl. Hal finally meets his new boss. Francis decides to cheat in the ice hockey match in order to win money. Dewey is on a sugar high.

Season 3, Episode 13: Reese Drives

10 February 2002
Reese goes on a high speed car chase during drivers ed.

Season 3, Episode 14: Cynthia's Back

17 February 2002
While Dewey helps his father Hal overcoming a childhood blockade, Malcolm finds out that Krelboyne Girl Cynthia changed while away for a semester in New York and accidentally tells Reese, who comes up with a devious plan to make use of the information.

Season 3, Episode 15: Hal's Birthday

3 March 2002
It's Hal's birthday and Lois has Francis come home to celebrate it with the family as a surprise. The surprise is on her and the rest of the family as Francis comes home with a wife he married in Alaska named Piama.

Season 3, Episode 16: Hal Coaches

10 March 2002
Hal has finally made a deal with Ed for the boys to have their own computer. Unfortunately, it doesn't come without favors. They find out that Ed is a philanderer and has a ton of undeleted e-mails from the women in their neighborhood to prove it. Reese sees this as an opportunity to blackmail him to his own twisted scheme. Then, Hal decides to coach Dewey's losing team into better soccer players. Meanwhile, Piama is fed up with Lavernia mistreating Francis, and decides to make her pay for it. She steals her precious parakeet and holds it hostage until Lavernia treats her husband better.

Jane Kaczmarek ... Lois

Bryan Cranston ... Hal

Christopher Masterson ... Francis (as Christopher Kennedy Masterson)

Justin Berfield ... Reese

Erik Per Sullivan ... Dewey

Frankie Muniz ... Malcolm
Craig Lamar Traylor ... Stevie Kenarban

Eric Nenninger ... Eric Hansen
Brenda Wehle ... Lavernia

Emy Coligado ... Piama Tananahaakna

Paul Willson ... Ed

Michael Bailey Smith ... Coach (as Michael Bailey-Smith)

Bret Loehr ... Carl
Gloria LeRoy ... Martha

Maggie Egan ... Mrs. Abbott

Billy Mayo ... Referee

Gary Ambrosia ... Mike Jeffers (uncredited)
Toby Linz ... Soccer Player (uncredited)
Caden St. Clair ... Soccer Player (uncredited)

Season 3, Episode 17: Dewey's Dog

7 April 2002
Upon coming home from school, Dewey adopts a dog named Marshmellow and decides to hold Malcolm and Reese hostage for all the things they did to him while he was growing up.

Season 3, Episode 18: Poker #2

21 April 2002
Hal has his friends over to his house for their poker game, and tries to impress them in the process. Reese convinces two girls that Stevie has a fatal illness. Malcolm discover something dangerous in the house. Dewey has no place to go.

Season 3, Episode 19: Clip Show

28 April 2002
Hals think that Malcolm, Reese and Dewey took a joyride and wrecked the cars, so he takes them to see a therapist.

Jane Kaczmarek ... Lois (archive footage)

Bryan Cranston ... Hal (also archive footage)

Christopher Masterson ... Francis (also archive footage) (as Christopher Kennedy Masterson)

Justin Berfield ... Reese (also archive footage)

Erik Per Sullivan ... Dewey (also archive footage)

Frankie Muniz ... Malcolm (also archive footage)

Andy Richter ... Dr. Kennedy

Scotch Ellis Loring ... Photographer (archive footage)

Season 3, Episode 20: Jury Duty

1 May 2002
Lois has to go on jury duty, and Hal tries to figure out what case she is on. Malcolm, Reese, Dewey, and Stevie go sewer pipe exploring. Francis goes ice fishing.

Season 3, Episode 21: Cliques

5 May 2002
Malcolm and the rest of the Kerlboynes are forced to re-join the rest of the school, to disastrous results. Dewey is stuck and home with chicken pox's and builds a dominoes masterpiece, that Hal wants to knock down.

Jane Kaczmarek ... Lois

Bryan Cranston ... Hal

Christopher Masterson ... Francis (as Christopher Kennedy Masterson)

Justin Berfield ... Reese

Erik Per Sullivan ... Dewey

Frankie Muniz ... Malcolm
Craig Lamar Traylor ... Stevie Kenarban

Chris Eigeman ... Lionel Herkabe

Emy Coligado ... Piama Tananahaakna
Evan Matthew Cohen ... Lloyd

Kyle Sullivan ... Dabney Hooper

Victor Z. Isaac ... Kevin
Ivan Naranjo ... Ivan

Richard Gross ... Dave
Miles Marsico ... Ian

Shawn Pyfrom ... Eddie
Michael Lawrence Morgan ... Goth Ronald
Jesse Flanagan ... Jock Joey
Charlie Zigler ... Jock Wally

Curtis Williams ... Skater Andy (as Curtis Williams Jr.)

Richard Alan Brown ... Skater Davey
Glenn Lutz ... Preppie Kent

Gary Ambrosia ... Mike Jeffers (uncredited)

Ricky Dominguez ... Bryan (uncredited)

Ted Hollis ... Janitor (uncredited)

Kristin Quick ... Flora Mayesh (uncredited)

Season 3, Episode 22: Monkey

12 May 2002
Craig hires an evil helper monkey. Reese catches a burglar and decides that he would like to try being in law enforcement. Francis and Piama are forced to leave Alaska.

Jane Kaczmarek ... Lois

Bryan Cranston ... Hal

Christopher Masterson ... Francis (as Christopher Kennedy Masterson)

Justin Berfield ... Reese

Erik Per Sullivan ... Dewey

Frankie Muniz ... Malcolm

Eric Nenninger ... Eric Hansen
John Ennis ... Artie
Sandy Ward ... Pete
Brenda Wehle ... Lavernia

Emy Coligado ... Piama Tananahaakna
Steven Barr ... Deputy

David Anthony Higgins ... Craig Feldspar

Thomas Lumberg Jr. ... Amos

Jesse D. Goins ... Off. Smith
Albert Owens ... Off. Jones
Ivan Naranjo ... Ivan
Al Rondon ... Scary Guy

Kenneth Dolin ... Neighborhood Man

J. Grant Albrecht ... Tough Guy (as Grant Albrecht)

Michael Horse ... Steve

Philip Bolden ... Eight-Year-Old (as Philip Daniel Bolden)

Curtis Williams ... Skateboarder (as Curtis Williams Jr.)

Micah Henson ... Batter
Dion Overstreet Jr. ... Pitcher

Elijah Runcorn ... Kid #1

Dylan Cash ... Kid #2

Crystal the Monkey ... Oliver the Helper Monkey (uncredited)

Season 4


Season 4, Episode 1: Zoo

3 November 2002
The family goes to the zoo. Malcolm is going through a crisis, and he and Dewey find themselves in a unfortunate situation. Reese angers an animal at the zoo. Hal is jealous of a former flame of Lois's who works at the zoo.

Season 4, Episode 2: Humilithon

10 November 2002
Malcolm is eager to start his first year of High School and is no longer identified as a Krebloyne, but he soon discovers that his least favorite teacher Mr. Herkabe is the new vice principal and finds it hard to distance himself from his former classmates. Meanwhile Hal and Lois sign up as parental volunteers.

Season 4, Episode 3: Family Reunion

17 November 2002
Malcolm and his family goes to Hals father's house for a reunion. The family doesn't like Lois. Reese and Dewey try to get in their grandfathers will. Malcolm's grandfather takes a special interest in him, while the young cousins love Francis.

Jane Kaczmarek ... Lois

Bryan Cranston ... Hal

Christopher Masterson ... Francis (as Christopher Kennedy Masterson)

Justin Berfield ... Reese

Erik Per Sullivan ... Dewey

Frankie Muniz ... Malcolm

Christopher Lloyd ... Walter

Brenda Strong ... Amelia

Emy Coligado ... Piama Tananahaakna

Jeanine Jackson ... Claire

Robert Alan Beuth ... Tom
John Valdetero ... Pete

Matt Knudsen ... Jesus / Therapist
Andrew J. Turner ... Photographer
Timmy Fitzpatrick ... Trevor

Benjamin Bryan ... Sammy
Stephen Brennan ... Kid #1

Brett Buford ... Kid #2
Jonathan Pickett ... Kid #3
Kyle Clark ... Kid #4
Robert McCall ... Kid #5 (uncredited)

Gary J. Wayton ... Wedding Guest #2 (uncredited)

Season 4, Episode 4: Stupid Girl

24 November 2002
Malcolm stops thinking in order to go out with a very dumb girl. Hal wins some money, and rents a steamroller.

Season 4, Episode 5: Forwards Backwards

1 December 2002
Today is Malcolm's birthday and unfortunately he and Reese are in a long prank war against each other. Meanwhile Francis does battle with a legend about an evil cow at the Grotto Ranch and Hal is forced to enlist Craig Feldspar to help him with a comic book present.

Season 4, Episode 6: Forbidden Girlfriend

15 December 2002
Malcolm sneaks around to date a girl whose father hates him; Hal and Lois become more productive when they can't have sex for a week; Dewey discovers he's an "evil twin"; Francis mediates a dispute between Otto and his cowboy neighbors.

Season 4, Episode 7: Malcolm Holds His Tongue

5 January 2003
Malcolm is fed up with the fact that every time he complains, something wrong happens. He has recently got kicked out of the basketball team and vows not to complain anymore. He receives good results in no complaining. He recently gets back on the team, sedates Lois' anger by not taking back to her in a mean way, and the respect of his girlfriend, Nicki who shares a kiss with him. Next, Hal decides to be a speed waker and early on gets competition with a local walker. Meanwhile, Reese wants to take Alison to a concert and the only driver he gets is Craig Feldspar. However, he has plans of his own for his two passengers, a hay ride and a bonfire dinner. Alison is fed up and pepper sprays him and threatens to give Reese the same treatment if he doesn't let her go her own way. He's pissed off as Craig plays his ukulele and sings a song from Air Supply.

Season 4, Episode 8: Boys at Ranch

12 January 2003
On a visit to Francis' dude ranch Hal can't help being disappointed in Francis' success, Reese and Malcolm fear Francis has turned into an overly responsible grownup, and Gretchen punishes Dewey for breaking a valuable doll.

Season 4, Episode 9: Grandma Sues

2 February 2003
When Lois' mother visits, she trips on a leaf and decides to sue Hal and Lois...just as Lois finds out she's pregnant again.

Season 4, Episode 10: If Boys Were Girls

9 February 2003
A pregnant Lois, daydreams for one day that Malcolm, Reese and Dewey are girls named, Mallory, Renee and Daisy.

Jane Kaczmarek ... Lois

Bryan Cranston ... Hal

Christopher Masterson ... Francis (as Christopher Kennedy Masterson)

Justin Berfield ... Reese

Erik Per Sullivan ... Dewey

Frankie Muniz ... Malcolm

Lisa Foiles ... Mallory

Mimi Paley ... Renee

Jennette McCurdy ... Daisy

Toran Caudell ... Jason

Michelle Anne Johnson ... Saleslady
Jeff Rosenthal ... Harry
Scott Dreier ... Salesman

Patricia Bethune ... Mrs. Tracy (as P.B. Hutton)
Donna Hardy ... Old Lady (as Dona Hardy)
Howard George ... Frank

Santino Ramos ... Food Court Cashier (uncredited)

Season 4, Episode 11: Long Drive

2 March 2003
Lois uses a long drive with Malcolm to further his sex education; Reese spends a day in prison; Dewey plants seeds of discontent in Hal's vocal group; Francis has an accident branding Otto's favorite cow.

Season 4, Episode 12: Kicked Out

9 March 2003
When Hal kicks Malcolm out of the house for misbehaving, Reese tries to take advantage of Hal's distraction to come up with a truly bad stunt of his own, and Francis takes offense when Otto's musician nephew plays a musical accompaniment to Francis' every move.

Season 4, Episode 13: Stereo Store

16 March 2003
Hal lands a second job at an electronics store, while Malcolm is dumbfounded by their new babysitter, who's the same age as himself.

Jane Kaczmarek ... Lois (credit only)

Bryan Cranston ... Hal

Christopher Masterson ... Francis (as Christopher Kennedy Masterson)

Justin Berfield ... Reese

Erik Per Sullivan ... Dewey

Frankie Muniz ... Malcolm

Kenneth Mars ... Otto Mannkusser

Hayden Panettiere ... Jessica

Meagen Fay ... Gretchen Mannkusser

Brittany Renee Finamore ... Alison

Gregg Binkley ... Randy
Corey Lovett ... Seth

Jeremy Howard ... Ethan

Angela Little ... Debbie

Helen Slayton-Hughes ... Elderly Woman
Kristina Colon ... Tori

Elisa Leonetti ... French Maid
Jon Ryckman ... Arnie

James Giordano ... Naked Man

Leslie David Baker ... Customer
Ivan Baccarat ... Oily Actor

Curt Clendenin ... Stereo Store Customer (uncredited)

Todd Holland ... Patrick (uncredited)

Stephen Lunsford ... Neighborhood Kid (uncredited)

Craig Patton ... Charlie - Angry Parent (uncredited)

Season 4, Episode 14: Hal's Friend

30 March 2003
Hal spends a wild night with an old high school buddy; Malcolm tries to liberate Dabney from his mother's control; Francis spends the night with Otto when their wives are out of town.

Season 4, Episode 15: Garage Sale

6 April 2003
GARAGE $ALE is the show that gets rid of all those useless items just lying around your house -- and turns them into cold, hard cash!

Jane Kaczmarek ... Lois

Bryan Cranston ... Hal

Christopher Masterson ... Francis (as Christopher Kennedy Masterson)

Justin Berfield ... Reese

Erik Per Sullivan ... Dewey

Frankie Muniz ... Malcolm

Kenneth Mars ... Otto Mannkusser

Meagen Fay ... Gretchen Mannkusser

David Anthony Higgins ... Craig Feldspar

Kirk Ward ... FCC Officer
Richard Eck ... Police Officer

Matt Corboy ... Husband

Kathleen M. Darcy ... Wife
Mildred Dumas ... Elderly Lady
Connor Swanek ... Toddler Reese
Cody Arens ... Young Malcolm
Jay Collette ... Young Reese
Michael David White ... Kid (uncredited)

Season 4, Episode 16: Academic Octathalon

13 April 2003
Malcolm competes in an academic octathlon but hates the intensity of the other competitors; Hal fights to regain Dewey's love; Reese tries to get out of going to a formal dance; Francis and Piama's argument over chores proves highly contagious to other couples.

Season 4, Episode 17: Clip Show #2

20 April 2003
As Lois and Hal write their wills in preparation for the baby's birth, they recall various colorful incidents with their four current children.

Jane Kaczmarek ... Lois (also archive footage)

Bryan Cranston ... Hal (also archive footage)

Christopher Masterson ... Francis (archive footage) (as Christopher Kennedy Masterson)

Justin Berfield ... Reese (also archive footage)

Erik Per Sullivan ... Dewey (also archive footage)

Frankie Muniz ... Malcolm (archive footage)

Bea Arthur ... Mrs. White (archive footage)

Cloris Leachman ... Ida (archive footage)

Robert Loggia ... Victor (archive footage)

Joel McKinnon Miller ... Off. Karl (archive footage)

Eric Nenninger ... Eric Hansen (archive footage)

Tania Raymonde ... Cynthia (archive footage)
Craig Lamar Traylor ... Stevie Kenarban (archive footage)

Daniel von Bargen ... Commandant Edwin Spangler (archive footage)

Rheagan Wallace ... Jackie (archive footage)
Blair Wingo ... Amaani (archive footage)
Keith Alexander ... Clown #1 (archive footage)
Bobby Brewer ... Boy #1 (archive footage)

Danny Cistone ... Jogger (archive footage)
Marsha Clark ... Babysitter #1 (archive footage)
Frederick Dawson ... Sgt. Rowdy (archive footage)
Brandon de Paul ... Kid #2 (archive footage)

Christopher DerGregorian ... Hector (archive footage)
Eric Don ... Ryan (archive footage)
Matthew Dunn ... Young Dewey (archive footage)

Robert Briscoe Evans ... Timmy's Father (archive footage)
Robert Grovich ... Kevin (archive footage)

Bret Loehr ... Carl (archive footage)

Sean Marquette ... Boy (archive footage)

Billy Mayo ... Referee (archive footage)

Jerry Messing ... Big Kid #2 (archive footage)

Arjay Smith ... Finley (archive footage)
Ricky Stark ... Kid #1 (archive footage)

Brian J. Williams ... Clown #4 (archive footage) (uncredited)

Season 4, Episode 18: Reese's Party

27 April 2003
When Hal and Lois go on a less-than-romantic getaway, Reese throws a party at home, which is crashed by delinquent friends of Francis, who take over the garage and hold the boys hostage.

Jane Kaczmarek ... Lois

Bryan Cranston ... Hal

Christopher Masterson ... Francis (as Christopher Kennedy Masterson)

Justin Berfield ... Reese

Erik Per Sullivan ... Dewey

Frankie Muniz ... Malcolm

Nick Wechsler ... Donnie

Danielle Panabaker ... Kathy McCulskey

David Anthony Higgins ... Craig Feldspar
Michael Schoolcraft ... Clerk

Christie Lynn Smith ... Angela

Larry Dorf ... Warren

Bill Lee Brown ... Andy

Dominic Colon ... Dave
Jim Jackman ... Bus Driver

Gail Borges ... Dave's Mom

Chris Freeman ... Squatter
Randolph Jones ... Squatter

Kevin 'Repo' Thomas ... Squatter
Lawrence Calvin ... Suicidal (uncredited)

Alexander Cardinale ... Squatter (uncredited)

Candice Cook ... Big Wanda (uncredited)

Season 4, Episode 19: Future Malcolm

4 May 2003
Malcolm meets a chess-playing bum who could be him in 30 years; Lois can't figure out why she's gaining weight; Dewey attributes his bizarre behavior to obeying requests from the fetus Lois is carrying; Francis objects to Piama posing nude in an art class.

Season 4, Episode 20: Baby: Part 1

11 May 2003
"Hal takes the boys to a bridal show; Lois' mother wants to move in with the family; Malcolm gets an offer to enroll in a prestigious private school.

Season 4, Episode 21: Baby: Part 2

18 May 2003
Lois continues with her sternuous labour, as friends and family all panic around her.

Season 4, Episode 22: Day Care

18 May 2003
The family joins a church in order to take advantage of the free day care; Francis concocts a UFO story to help the dude ranch.

Jane Kaczmarek ... Lois

Bryan Cranston ... Hal

Christopher Masterson ... Francis (as Christopher Kennedy Masterson)

Justin Berfield ... Reese

Erik Per Sullivan ... Dewey

Frankie Muniz ... Malcolm

Kenneth Mars ... Otto Mannkusser

Nancy Lenehan ... Helen

David Anthony Higgins ... Craig Feldspar

Jim Jansen ... Pastor Roy
Jackie Harris ... Donna
Dylan Capannelli ... Seth (as Dylan Campannelli)
Howard Mann ... Elderly Man
Jennie Ventriss ... Elderly Woman

William Christian ... Don
Brianna Sperry ... Girl #1
Chane't Johnson ... Customer

Sally Ann Brooks ... Seth's Mom

Jim Hanna ... Seth's Dad

Jeff Bowser ... Alien Guy

Stewart Skelton ... Agent
Jessica Rotter ... Teen #1 (as Jessie Rotter)
Kristin Bushnell ... Teen #2
Laurie A. Schillinger ... Teen #3 (as Laurie Schillinger)
Jasmine Alvarado ... Teen #4
Cord Jackman ... Teen #5
D.J. Harper ... Teen #6

Season 5


Season 5, Episode 1: Vegas

2 November 2003
The family travels to Las Vegas when Hal experiences a dream about hitting the jackpot; Dewey and Reese enter an enormously obese rabbit in a contest; Lois gets to meet her favorite singer backstage; Otto and Francis get trapped in a well.

Jane Kaczmarek ... Lois

Bryan Cranston ... Hal

Christopher Masterson ... Francis (as Christopher Kennedy Masterson)

Justin Berfield ... Reese

Erik Per Sullivan ... Dewey

Frankie Muniz ... Malcolm

David Cassidy ... Boone Vincent

Kenneth Mars ... Otto Mannkusser

Emy Coligado ... Piama Tananahaakna

Meagen Fay ... Gretchen Mannkusser

Ursula Whittaker ... Dream Woman
Darlene Kardon ... Gladys

Michael Merton ... Joey
Donna Pieroni ... Heavyset Woman
Jeffrey Anderson-Gunter ... Concert Security Guy
Dan Desmond ... Judge

Teresa Ganzel ... Crystal

Loanne Bishop ... Woman
Javier Grajeda ... Man

Tom Lent ... Heavyset Man
Sandra Allen ... Showgirl (uncredited)
Roger Chico De Coster ... Hotel Guest (uncredited)

Karen Elmore ... Dancer (uncredited)

Tara Nicole Hughes ... Pregnant Showgirl (uncredited)

Kathryn Melton ... (uncredited)

Michael A. Tessiero ... Casino Whale (uncredited)

Season 5, Episode 2: Watching the Baby

9 November 2003
When an exhausted Lois falls asleep, Hal goes out for diapers, only to be branded a shoplifter; three beautiful girls use Malcolm, Reese, and Stevie to embarrass their prom dates; Dewey tells the baby a fantastic tale to keep him from crying.

Jane Kaczmarek ... Lois

Bryan Cranston ... Hal

Christopher Masterson ... Francis (as Christopher Kennedy Masterson)

Justin Berfield ... Reese

Erik Per Sullivan ... Dewey

Frankie Muniz ... Malcolm

Caitlin Crosby ... JoAnne

Michelle Durham ... Kathy

Nasser Faris ... Sanjay (as Al Faris)

Kat Graham ... Actress (as Katerina Graham)

Julie Hagerty ... Cat Lady

David Anthony Higgins ... Craig Feldspar

Sharon Johnston ... Theresa
Patricia Place ... Dolores
David Reynolds ... Vernon
Craig Lamar Traylor ... Stevie Kenarban

Rodrigo Rojas ... High School Bully (uncredited)

Season 5, Episode 3: Goodbye Kitty

16 November 2003
Stevie goes into shock when he's told Kitty divorced Abe; Reese gets caught up in the hot-and-heavy entries in a diary, unaware it belongs to Lois; Otto and Francis have to put down an old horse; Dewey finds he likes the taste of baby food.

Season 5, Episode 4: Thanksgiving

23 November 2003
It's another family Thanksgiving, as Reese cons Hal and Dewey to help him out with the cooking. Francis and Piama are also there, but they're not even speaking to each other. Lois tries to intervene, but it goes nowhere as Hal prevents her from intervening. Soon after, all the family members start arguing with each other, claiming that this is the worst Thanksgiving ever. Meanwhile, Kirsten has invited Malcolm to her house party. He's having a blast without his family dragging him down and calls it the best Thanksgivng he's ever had in his life.

Jane Kaczmarek ... Lois

Bryan Cranston ... Hal

Christopher Masterson ... Francis (as Christopher Kennedy Masterson)

Justin Berfield ... Reese

Erik Per Sullivan ... Dewey

Frankie Muniz ... Malcolm

Marshall Allman ... Dylan
Joel Anderson ... Mr. Edwards

Emy Coligado ... Piama Tananahaakna

John O'Brien ... Sales Clerk

Alessandra Torresani ... Kirsten (as Alessandra Toreson)

Season 5, Episode 5: Malcolm Films Reese

30 November 2003
Malcolm's teacher forces him to secretly record Reese as he divulges his innermost secrets; Francis strikes back after a critic writes a scathing review about the hotel; Dewey starts his own novelty act at an outdoor mall; Hal's bosses are placed under arrest.

Jane Kaczmarek ... Lois

Bryan Cranston ... Hal

Christopher Masterson ... Francis (as Christopher Kennedy Masterson)

Justin Berfield ... Reese

Erik Per Sullivan ... Dewey

Frankie Muniz ... Malcolm

Jonny Acker ... Big Senior #1
Julian Barnes ... Mr. Fortinberry

Pat Battistini ... Truant Officer
Joan Blair ... Lunch Lady Shirley (as Joan M. Blair)

Emy Coligado ... Piama Tananahaakna

Chris Eigeman ... Lionel Herkabe

Kenneth Mars ... Otto Mannkusser

Don McManus ... Charles Cutler
Darryl Reed Jr. ... Big Senior #2
Jennifer Shon ... Patty Lin

Jacob Gray ... Malcolm's Classmate (uncredited)

Season 5, Episode 6: Malcolm's Job

7 December 2003
Lois gets Malcolm a job at the store, exposing Lois's well-kept secret; Hal and some other fathers start betting on babies; and sick of the way his brothers treat him, Dewey travels to the farm to visit Francis.

Season 5, Episode 7: Christmas Trees

14 December 2003
As Christmas approaches... a layoff at work prompts Hal to make money selling Christmas trees; Francis and Piama's peaceful holiday comes to a crashing end when Otto's German relatives show up at the ranch; and Lois tries to capture a squirrel that bit Craig.

Jane Kaczmarek ... Lois

Bryan Cranston ... Hal

Christopher Masterson ... Francis (as Christopher Kennedy Masterson)

Justin Berfield ... Reese

Erik Per Sullivan ... Dewey

Frankie Muniz ... Malcolm

David Bickford ... Man

Emy Coligado ... Piama Tananahaakna
David William James Elliott ... Nick Smith

Meagen Fay ... Gretchen Mannkusser

Rick Hall ... Vince

Larry Hankin ... Luther

David Anthony Higgins ... Craig Feldspar (as Dave Higgins)
Abigail Hummel ... Little Girl

John Marshall Jones ... Cop

Kenneth Mars ... Otto Mannkusser

Jonathan Nail ... Medic
Patrick Thomas O'Brien ... Dad Driver

Beverly Polcyn ... Old Lady Employee

Vic Polizos ... Father Murphy
Ted Rooney ... Fritz

Casey Sander ... Father McCluskey

Jonathan Schmock ... Nathan
Monica Smith ... Gertie

Mark L. Taylor ... Phil
Tom Towles ... Ethan

Max Van Ville ... Hans
Wayne Thomas Yorke ... Customer
Liz Laird ... Wife of Dad Driver (uncredited)

Season 5, Episode 8: The Block Party

4 January 2004
Malcolm realizes the entire neighborhood has been throwing a block party when the family leaves town for an annual vacation; Hal and Lois participate in a kielbasa-eating contest; neighborhood kids pay money for a chance at beating up Reese; and Otto acquires a device for "extracting seed" from a bull.

Jane Kaczmarek ... Lois

Bryan Cranston ... Hal

Christopher Masterson ... Francis

Justin Berfield ... Reese

Erik Per Sullivan ... Dewey

Frankie Muniz ... Malcolm

Penny Balfour ... Margie
Cynthia Beckert ... Neighbor
Thomas Bellin ... Old Vendor

Bridget Brno ... Sauerkraut Girl
James Callaghan ... Teenager #2

Randall Carver ... Joshua
Chris Clobber ... Bird Caller

Evan Lee Dahl ... Teenager #1

James Edson ... Man
Margarita Franco ... Dottie

Ashlee Gillespie ... Teenager #2

Joey Gray ... Teenager #3

Shashawnee Hall ... Policeman

Lorenzo James Henrie ... Normal Boy
Nicole Madison ... Sausage Girl

Kenneth Mars ... Otto Mannkusser

Mark Moses ... Richard
A.J. Noel ... Bobby

Paul Schackman ... Jackson

Michael Q. Schmidt ... Big Tony (as Michael Schmidt)

Paul Willson ... Ed

Season 5, Episode 9: Dirty Magazine

11 January 2004
When Malcolm becomes editor of the high school literary magazine, the principal instructs him to censor a well-written story; Lois encourages Hal to flirt with a new supervisor so he can keep his job; Francis teaches Otto how to waltz; and Reese pulls a prank on Dewey.

Jane Kaczmarek ... Lois

Bryan Cranston ... Hal

Christopher Masterson ... Francis (as Christopher Kennedy Masterson)

Justin Berfield ... Reese

Erik Per Sullivan ... Dewey

Frankie Muniz ... Malcolm
Bradley C. Berger ... Musclebound Jock

Nikki Crawford ... Nell

Lori Beth Denberg ... Ronnie (as L.B. Denberg)

Meagen Fay ... Gretchen Mannkusser

Fred Koehler ... Mellon

Nicole Mansour ... Hope

Kenneth Mars ... Otto Mannkusser

Lorin McCraley ... Ginsberg

Michael Monks ... Grossman

Kurtwood Smith ... Principal Block

Hallie Todd ... Miss Shaw
Craig Lamar Traylor ... Stevie Kenarban
Shawn Bernal ... Drama Club Member (uncredited)

Season 5, Episode 10: Hot Tub

25 January 2004
Lois and hal clash after hal purchases a hot tub; malcolm gets his driver's permit, only to get mixed up in a dispute between polly and her ex-boyfriend; and reese steals dewey's friend.

Season 5, Episode 11: Ida's Boyfriend

8 February 2004
Grandma Ida makes another conjugal visit at the Wilkerson house. This time she isn't alone as she walks in with her beau, Mr.Li a wealthy, widowed Chinese man whom she met at a cruise. Hal and the boys see this as an opportunity to get Ida off their backs once and for all. But Lois thinks that her mother is up to no good as usual. Meanwhile, Malcolm has just got his tongue pierced, but it gets infected right away so he can't say any words that involves an "s" in them. On the day of his grandmother's wedding, he confirms his mother's suspicions when he finds anti-depressant pills in Ida's bag.

Jane Kaczmarek ... Lois

Bryan Cranston ... Hal

Christopher Masterson ... Francis (as Christopher Kennedy Masterson)

Justin Berfield ... Reese

Erik Per Sullivan ... Dewey

Frankie Muniz ... Malcolm

Patrick Bristow ... Phillip

Larry Clarke ... Don

Larry Dorf ... Warren
David William James Elliott ... Nick Smith

Marcy Goldman ... Employee

Jim Grollman ... Audience Member #2

Kristina Hayes ... Julia

Lyn Alicia Henderson ... Audience Member #1 (as Lynn A. Henderson)

James Hong ... Mr. Li

Cloris Leachman ... Ida

Kenneth Mars ... Otto Mannkusser

Dan O'Connor ... Edward

Christie Lynn Smith ... Angela
Scott L. Treger ... Man In Black

Andy Umberger ... Minister

Season 5, Episode 12: Softball

15 February 2004
Malcolm volunteers for the company's softball team, only to realize that Lois is the coach; Francis sets out to prove he's not lazy; and Hal interviews for a job at a company that might be recruiting secret agents.

Season 5, Episode 13: Lois' Sister

22 February 2004
Lois' younger sister, Susan makes a surprise visit to the Wilkerson house. Immediately, she treats Malcolm, Reese and Dewey like the sons she wishes she had with Hal instead of being single and alone. She also treats Lois as a plague in her life and blames her for being unmarried status. She tells the boys that ever since she caught their mother having sex with their father, she has refused to accept their relationship. However, Susan is plagued with a kidney disease and Lois tries to over hers for her sister.

Jane Kaczmarek ... Lois

Bryan Cranston ... Hal

Christopher Masterson ... Francis (as Christopher Kennedy Masterson)

Justin Berfield ... Reese

Erik Per Sullivan ... Dewey

Frankie Muniz ... Malcolm
Carrie 'CeCe' Cline ... Cute Cheerleader

Kevin Cooney ... Dr. Dumont

Jasmine Di Angelo ... Brittany

Hayley Erin ... Buttercup #1

Lyndsy Fonseca ... Olivia

Chanel Gaines ... Buttercup #6

Josh Jacobson ... Matt
Tianna Danielle Kenney ... Buttercup #2

Gracie Markland ... Buttercup #5

Abigail Mavity ... Meagan

Heather McPhaul ... Trish

Laurie Metcalf ... Susan

Kate Miner ... Katie (as Kate Lang Johnson)
Alyssa Monka ... Buttercup #3

Barbara Scolaro ... Buttercup #7
Montana Tsai ... Buttercup #4

Season 5, Episode 14: Malcolm Dates a Family

14 March 2004
Lois has a dispute with Hal and the boys' favorite restaurant; Malcolm clicks with his girlfriend's family... to the point where he forgets about his girlfriend; and Francis gets an assistant who tends to his every whim.

Season 5, Episode 15: Reese's Apartment

21 March 2004
Reese storms out and gets his own department. Francis uses the opportunity to blame Lois for all the issues in the family and Malcolm is forced to coach a jock who gets every free break in the world. The new found independence for Reese leads to an unheard of 'A', but, naturally reality comes home to bite.

Jane Kaczmarek ... Lois

Bryan Cranston ... Hal

Christopher Masterson ... Francis (as Christopher Kennedy Masterson)

Justin Berfield ... Reese

Erik Per Sullivan ... Dewey

Frankie Muniz ... Malcolm

Jonny Acker ... Ira

Patricia Belcher ... Dr. Lucille Armstrong

Michael Dempsey ... Teddy
David William James Elliott ... Nick Smith

Jack McGee ... Coach Oleski

Brian Mulligan ... Peter Noyes

Gregory North ... George (as Greg Zerkle)
Roderick Spencer ... Lou (as Rod Spencer)

Season 5, Episode 16: Malcolm Visits College

28 March 2004
Lois accompanies Malcolm to his first college visit, where she clashes with a resident advisor; Reese pretends he's a drug user to woo a pretty narcotics officer; Francis and Otto open their own childcare center; and Dewey constructs his own musical instrument.

Jane Kaczmarek ... Lois

Bryan Cranston ... Hal

Christopher Masterson ... Francis (as Christopher Kennedy Masterson)

Justin Berfield ... Reese

Erik Per Sullivan ... Dewey

Frankie Muniz ... Malcolm

Allison Andreas ... Little Girl #2
Paul Avedisian ... Billy's Father
Bobby Block ... Naked 9 Year Old
Kelsey Chapman ... Sally

Monique Coleman ... Andrea

Scott Cummins ... Officer

Jordan Del Spina ... Billy (as Jordan Orr)
Daniel Farber ... Scott
Benjamin Fitch ... Drug Enforcement Officer

Elizabeth Kouri ... Co-ed
Steve Kramer ... Doctor

Stephanie Lemelin ... Christie

Kenneth Mars ... Otto Mannkusser

Rishonda Napier ... Little Girl #1

Jonathan Palmer ... Salesman

Cole Petersen ... Tony
Andrew Reville ... Leland
Renee Ryan ... Billy's Mother

Evan Sabara ... Roger

Jamie Renée Smith ... Paula

David Christian Welborn ... Guest in Line (as David Welborn)

Season 5, Episode 17: Polly in the Middle

25 April 2004
Polly begins dating Abe and Craig; Malcolm refuses to believe in the power of Dewey's lucky shirt; the ranch hands make fun of Francis; and Lois takes the kids to a baseball convention.

Season 5, Episode 18: Experiment

2 May 2004
Reese inadvertently perfects Malcolm and Stevie's science experiment, but can't remember how he did it; Dewey dreams up reasons for people to buy the candy he's selling door-to-door; and Francis aids a piglet.

Season 5, Episode 19: Dewey's Special Class

2 May 2004
When Dewey is in danger of joining the Krelboynes; Malcolm interferes with disastrous results. While Hal 'discovers' his latest mania when he sees Craig dancing in a family restaurant.

Season 5, Episode 20: Victor's Other Family

9 May 2004
Lois has just found out that she has a half-sister named Roberta and brings Reese, Jamie and Malcolm with her to meet their aunt and cousins. Her step-mother, Sylvia comments that she looks exactly like Victor and gives her a warm welcome. Despite some nervous moments between them, they're getting along great. Lois thinks it's going to a nice, quality time with them until a furious and vengeful, Ida arrives at the house to spoil everything. She has lost the court case and demands for Victor's pension from his secret family. Meanwhile Hal and Dewey plan to go racing together, but things doesn't go as great as they expect.

Jane Kaczmarek ... Lois

Bryan Cranston ... Hal

Christopher Masterson ... Francis (as Christopher Kennedy Masterson)

Justin Berfield ... Reese

Erik Per Sullivan ... Dewey

Frankie Muniz ... Malcolm

Betty White ... Sylvia

Adam Wylie ... Scott

Maura Soden ... Roberta

Andrew James Allen ... Jerome

Tom Virtue ... Peter Dietrich

Cloris Leachman ... Ida

Megan Hubbell ... Jerome's Girlfriend

Season 5, Episode 21: Reese Joins the Army: Part 1

16 May 2004
When Reese visits Beth at her house, he finds out that she's cheating on him with Malcolm. Distraught, he runs away and joins the Army with the other broken hearted males. Meanwhile, Hal is arrested by the FBI, for refusing to testify against his former co-worker for various dishonest acts against the company he works for. Lois is on the brink of insanity and she loses her job as a result. She gives into her insanity and takes a cold shower with her clothes on. This forces Francis and Piama to be the disciplinarians and the breadwinners of their family. Malcolm is ridden with guilt for what happened and tries to find Reese by himself. Then a unidentified officer ridden with cancer, decides to help clear Hal's name.

Season 5, Episode 22: Reese Joins the Army: Part 2

23 May 2004
Hal Wilkerson's trial is underway and the prosecution has a strong case against him. What's even worse is that the agent who was going to save him, testifies against him. It turns out he was using Hal all this time and it looks like he's gong to have the guilty plea. Evenutally, Malcolm realizes that his father skipped work every Friday and convinces him to testify on his behalf. During that time, Lois is sinking further into her insanity and makes paper pigs, instead of trying to defend Hal. Meanwhile, Reese starts using his head in an army simulation and reminds his teammates that they're not in jail, but grounded. He uses his expertise on the times that his brothers did to him over the years and wins against the blue team.

Jane Kaczmarek ... Lois

Bryan Cranston ... Hal

Christopher Masterson ... Francis (as Christopher Kennedy Masterson)

Justin Berfield ... Reese

Erik Per Sullivan ... Dewey

Frankie Muniz ... Malcolm

Matthew R. Anderson ... Paratrooper

Larry Bagby ... Aide (as Larry Bagby III)

Craig Barnett ... Judge

Michael Chieffo ... Dennis

Luis Chávez ... Private Meadow

Dennis Cockrum ... Lt. Sortino

Emy Coligado ... Piama Tananahaakna
Noel Conlon ... Executive #2

Jan Devereaux ... Executive #1
Eric George ... Private Cooper

Lindsey Ginter ... Capt. Renquist

Paul Gleason ... Mystery Man

Kareem J. Grimes ... Private Carter (as Kareem Grimes)
Paul Hayes ... Jury Foreman

Michael Milhoan ... Sgt. McManus
Sammy Montero ... Army Sniper

Judith Moreland ... Prosecutor
P.J. O'Connor ... Executive #3

Jorge-Luis Pallo ... Driver

Dave Power ... Private James

Steve Rankin ... Sgt. Hendrix

Wells Rosales ... Private Martinez

Nicolas Roye ... Private Franklin

Randy Thompson ... Officer

Nate Torrence ... Private Turner
Michael Jerome West ... Capt. Van De Kamp (as Tree)

Season 6


Season 6, Episode 1: Reese Comes Home

7 November 2004
Reese, having deserted the army is trying to find his way home. Lois discovers his fate and goes in search - eventually to the Middle East. After cornering him with the help of some locals he is dragged back home by his ear. Meanwhile Malcolm and Dewey try to honor his probable death by doing something Reese would do.

Jane Kaczmarek ... Lois

Bryan Cranston ... Hal

Christopher Masterson ... Francis (credit only) (as Christopher Kennedy Masterson)

Justin Berfield ... Reese

Erik Per Sullivan ... Dewey

Frankie Muniz ... Malcolm

Caroline Aaron ... Nurse Peterson

Matthew R. Anderson ... Paratrooper

Matthew Atherton ... M.P.

James Black ... Sgt. Rick

Farrah Skyler Greye ... Flight Attendent

Emma Lockhart ... Girlscout
Larry Marko ... Ed
Drew Massey ... Mr. Waffles (voice)

Dave Power ... Private James

Steve Rankin ... Sgt. Hendrix

Wells Rosales ... Private Martinez

Nicolas Roye ... Private Franklin

Paul Michael Bloodgood ... Recruiting Officer Dorn (uncredited)

Season 6, Episode 2: Buseys Run Away

14 November 2004
Lois finally gets Dewey out of the Buseys special needs class. In response to losing their new 'leader' they run away to be with him. Hal, still has no job and picks up a bunch of, dumb but nice, body builders for his latest manic craze.

Jane Kaczmarek ... Lois

Bryan Cranston ... Hal

Christopher Masterson ... Francis (credit only) (as Christopher Kennedy Masterson)

Justin Berfield ... Reese

Erik Per Sullivan ... Dewey

Frankie Muniz ... Malcolm

Christian Boeving

Amy Bruckner ... Zoe
Aaron Brumfield ... Bodybuilder #1

Derek Cox-Berg ... Kid #1

Danny McCarthy ... Hanson

Mariano Mendoza ... Bodybuilder #2

Cameron Monaghan ... Chad
Katie Morrow

Tricia O'Kelley ... Mrs. Welsh
Claire Risoli ... Reporter (as Claire Martin)
James Rodriguez ... Jamie (uncredited)
Lukas Rodriguez ... Jamie (uncredited)

Season 6, Episode 3: Standee

21 November 2004
Lois returns to work at the market as a probationary employee and takes offense at the racist advertising standee for malt liquor. She hopes Malcolm will see her point of view but he is resistant and this leads to a battle of wills between the two. Hal is involved in another battle of wills; this one with the garbage man.

Season 6, Episode 4: Pearl Harbor

5 December 2004
Malcolm and Reese's teenage neighbor and former babysitter Jessica(see episode #4.13 "Stereo Store") barges into the Wilkerson household and has tricked each of them into believing the other is gay. Meanwhile, Hal's frequent competition with a neighbor who always outdoes his Christmas decorations, includes a new element to his holiday decorations memorializing the Battle of Pearl Harbor.

Jane Kaczmarek ... Lois

Bryan Cranston ... Hal

Christopher Masterson ... Francis (credit only) (as Christopher Kennedy Masterson)