Malcolm & Eddie (1996–2000)
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Someday My TAFKAP Will Come 

Following a slow first day as the owners of Kelly's, Eddie suggests something he's sure will bring in a crowd -- an appearance by the pop music star formerly known as Prince. Although sure ... See full summary »

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Howard Murray

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Cast

Episode cast overview:
Malcolm-Jamal Warner ... Malcolm McGee
Eddie Griffin ... Eddie Sherman
Jaime Cardriche ... Tim
Karen Malina White ... Nicolette Vandross
Enya Flack ... Bridget Goodwin
Angelle Brooks ... Holly Brooks
Chris Dollard ... Don
Denver Dowridge ... The Man
William Duren ... Moe
Karin Taylor Karin Taylor ... The Model
Scattered Thoughts Scattered Thoughts ... Themselves
Montell Jordan ... Himself
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Following a slow first day as the owners of Kelly's, Eddie suggests something he's sure will bring in a crowd -- an appearance by the pop music star formerly known as Prince. Although sure his partner is kidding, Malcolm is surprised when a fax confirms the singer for their grand re-opening party. Meanwhile, when Malcolm tries using the news to impress Bridget, he's surprised to learn that she once dated the singer. On the night of the big event, Kelly's is packed. As Malcolm cheerfully works the room and even gives Eddie the money to buy a new air compressor for the garage, a phone call reveals that the guest of honor's plane has been grounded, leaving them without their big attraction. And though Eddie tries to break the bad news, Malcolm's enthusiasm makes it impossible. When Malcolm and Bridget come upstairs to check on their musical guest, Nicolette and Eddie keep them from learning that Prince isn't there. Using the rock star's wardrobe and make-up, Eddie then tries to convince ... Written by Anonymous

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Country:

USA

Language:

English

Release Date:

23 September 1996 (USA) See more »

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Stereo

Color:

Color

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1.33 : 1
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References Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs (1937) See more »

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