Malcolm & Eddie (1996–2000)
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Devil's Advocate 

While watching "The Jerry Stein Show" on television, Malcolm and Eddie learn of the all expense paid trip to the Super Bowl being offered to whoever can convince his audience that they are ... See full summary »

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Malcolm McGee
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Edward Otis 'Eddie' Sherman
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Nicolette Vandross
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Jerry Stein
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The Man
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Ronald Rickets
Ron Pearson ...
Doug Rickets
John Maynard ...
Construction Worker
Kim Floyd ...
Female Panelist (as Kimber Lee Renay)
Doris Hess ...
The Woman
Bethany Lynn Anderson ...
The Producer
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Bald Panelist
Aaron Knight ...
Robed Panelist
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Irate Audience Member
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Leonard Rickets
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While watching "The Jerry Stein Show" on television, Malcolm and Eddie learn of the all expense paid trip to the Super Bowl being offered to whoever can convince his audience that they are the world's biggest football fans. Certain that their devotion to the Kansas City Chiefs will guarantee a win, Eddie asks Malcolm to try out. And while Malcolm worries about being humiliated by Stein's tough audience, the value of the tickets persuades him to go along with the plan. Through a cousin who works on Stein's show, Leonard gets Malcolm and Eddie a chance to appear and vie for the Super Bowl tickets. But when his cousin sees them take the stage, he tells Leonard that they've shown up at the wrong time. As a result, instead of being interviewed as football fanatics, Malcolm and Eddie are mistakenly identified as devil worshippers. After they are introduced to the unruly and hostile audience, Malcolm and Eddie's lifelong obsession with the Chiefs is misconstrued as a fanatic devotion to ... Written by Anonymous

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23 February 1999 (USA)  »

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