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Malcolm and Eddie is a TV series aimed at young adults and teens. The two main characters are Malcolm Jamal Warner and Eddie Griffin. This television series was created by Jeff Franklin. Malcolm and Eddie are in their early twenties and wind up sharing an apartment in Kansas City. These two have several business venues going on. They also have a couple of interesting friends: Nicolette, who talks a lot and has a huge crush on Eddie, and Tim, who is a big teddy bear and is a male nurse.

Eddie is in charge of running a one man towing company, which consists of one truck. Eddie always seems to have a plan, but his plan always seems to get the guys in trouble. The two guys decide to buy their entire apartment building, after they received a large sum of money. After the purchase of the building, they decided to remodel the Old Irish Pub downstairs. They turned the old pub into a new modern, upbeat sports bar. Now they can enjoy it with their friends, without ever leaving home. They guys also hoped to make big profits while enjoying their new bar.

Malcolm & Eddie is a series that is currently running and has 4 seasons (147 episodes). The series first aired on August 26, 1996.

Malcolm & Eddie is available for streaming on the website, both individual episodes and full seasons. You can also watch Malcolm & Eddie on demand atApple TV+, Amazon Prime, Starz online.

The Minisode Network
4 Seasons, 147 Episodes
August 26, 1996
Cast: Malcolm-Jamal Warner, Eddie Griffin, Jaime Cardriche
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Malcolm & Eddie Full Episode Guide

  • After finding out that the success of the Fifty/Fifty Club has driven its competing club, Club Misdemeanor, out of business, an accident damages the club forcing Malcolm and Eddie to try and find financing to reopen the club. To make matters worse, Mia, former owner of Club Misdemeanor becomes their new landlord. So in order to keep the club from being closed down, the guys decide to take on a third partner.

  • A newly-confident Dexter visits the guys with his pregnant wife in tow, only for her to go into labor just as a long streak of bad luck events take place in their lives.

  • For Malcolm's thirtieth birthday, Eddie surprises him with a chance to watch an upcoming baseball game from the sportscaster's booth. But the biggest surprise comes when Eddie creates a clever diversion allowing Malcolm to fulfill his lifelong career fantasy and serve as commentator for the game, with disastrous results.

  • Things are going so well for Malcolm and Eddie with their new girlfriends that Malcolm invites Helena to move in with him, and Eddie tries to double his fun by moving in with the twins that he's dating. But the romance quickly fades when Malcolm realizes what a slob Helena is, and the twins drive Eddie nuts fighting for his attention.

  • When Malcolm's Uncle Buddy dies, Malcolm is entrusted with his ashes to scatter in the Missouri River. But when Eddie mistakenly uses the urn for a vase, Uncle Buddy winds up in a very different place than expected, and Eddie has to go to outrageous extremes to keep Malcolm from finding out about the final resting place of his dearly departed uncle.

  • Malcolm and Eddie try to outdo the rave review for Mia's nightclub by convincing her DJ boyfriend to do a live broadcast from the Fifty-Fifty Club. But when she sees how successful the broadcast is, Mia resorts to an outrageous lie about Malcolm to turn things back in her favor.

  • When Hawkins dies suddenly of a heart attack, his daughter Ashley is surprised to learn that she can only inherit his 10 million dollars is on one condition-that she marry Eddie within 30 days. But Eddie soon discovers that saying "I do" to wealth and marriage may devastate Malcolm, who has taken drastic measures to try and forget about the feelings he still has for Ashley.

  • When Eddie's cousin Dexter decides to get married, he asks Eddie to be his best man and Malcolm to be his "man of honor." But Dexter's promise to his fiancĂ© that they'll be no strippers at the bachelor party is broken when an unaware Malcolm hires a sexy stripper, and then has to bring the two lovebirds back together when the wedding is called off.

  • Eddie agrees to buy Malcolm's lottery ticket and has to face the consequences-again and again and again-when the numbers hit.

  • Malcolm, Eddie, Nicolette, Leonard and Doug head to North Carolina to spend the holiday with Malcolm's Uncle Buddy. But panic sets in when they reach his uncle's empty house and discover the town has been evacuated because of an oncoming hurricane, and now they're caught right in the middle of it.

  • While vacationing in Las Vegas with Malcolm and his new girlfriend, Eddie can't resist the lure of the crap table. But when his lucky streak turns unlucky to the tune of $50,000, he has no way to pay his debt, until a wealthy female offers to cover his losses on one condition-that she gets to sleep with Malcolm in return.

  • Malcolm and Eddie are thrilled when the Kansas City Chief's star running back visits the Fifty/Fifty Club and gives them free tickets to his next game. But after Eddie accidentally gives the famed football player a concussion that costs the Chiefs the game, Malcolm and Eddie become Public Enemies number one and two.

  • Nicolette's desire for a meaningful relationship inspires her to try celibacy, and inspires the others to a challenge to see who can abstain from giving in to their sexual desires the longest. As the gang slowly gives in to the temptation one by one, everyone is surprised at who the final winner is.

  • Hoping to duplicate the incredible success of the movie "The Blair Witch Project," Malcolm recruits Nicolette, Leonard, Doug and a very reluctant Eddie to help him make a similar film about a local Kansas City legend, the Tapawingo Witch. But after they head deep into the woods to film the documentary, a series of frightening events spook the novice filmmakers, blurring the line between fantasy and reality.

  • Deciding they need a company car, Malcolm buys a lemon, which Eddie quickly replaces with a fully-loaded, high-priced SUV. Their drastically opposing views about spending money threaten to divide the two best friends until they agree to try a little role reversal to better understand how the other one thinks. Meanwhile, Nicolette, Leonard and Doug are on their best behavior, hoping to win "Employee of the Week" and the bonus that comes with it.

  • The guys deal with a new rival for their business, a beautiful buxom woman who opens a dance club down the street from the Fifty-Fifty Club, by holding a bogus contest to attract new customers. The trouble comes when the guys decide to fight fire with fire, and rig a bogus contest of their own, but with disastrous results.

  • The duo agrees to listen to a realty sales pitch in order to get a free seven-day cruise.

  • Ashley catches Malcolm kissing Olivia. After their breakup, Malcolm goes into a funk and Eddie goes to extraordinary lengths (and heights) to pull him out of it. Eddie tries taking Malcolm on a hot-air balloon ride.

  • A gorgeous bandleader (Cindy Herron) breaks up Malcolm and Ashley.

  • As the profits from the 50/50 club begin to grow larger and larger, Malcolm and Eddie clash over whose money-making strategy is best. Malcolm believes in investing his money in the stock market, while Eddie believes in betting on horse races.

  • The staff of the Fifty-Fifty club goes on strike and Malcolm and Eddie refuse to budge on their labor negotiations. But chaos soon ensues in the club, forcing the guys to give in to their worker's demands.

  • A contractor (Coolio) consults Malcolm and Eddie about building a club in Chicago.

  • Nicolette prompts the guys to offer a ladies night, including male strippers.

  • The Fifty/Fifty Club is ransacked after the guys refuse to pay protection money.

  • Malcolm and Eddie receive tickets and all expense paid trip to New York to appear on a panel for a sports fanatic show, on the Jerry Stein show. So the guys show up for the taping dressed in weird sports-fan attire, but are unaware that they are actually on a talk show about devil worshipers. They can't understand why the audience is jeering and booing them, until the rest of the panelists come out on the stage.

  • Eddie seeks justice on a televised court show "Citizen's Court" after Malcolm allows his hats to be stolen from his car, while taking them to the cleaners. Malcolm had left the windows down and the car unlocked.

  • Its Nicolette's 30th birthday, and the gang decides to have a surprise birthday celebration for her. But the thought of turning 30 without ever having had a baby is too much for her to handle. So Nicolette asks Malcolm to father a child for her, and to do it via artificial insemination.

  • Nicolette stays with Malcolm & Eddie while her place is being painted and her quirks & habits drive the guys crazy.

  • Nicolette walks out on Malcolm and the bar, when an unruly customer gives her a hard time and Malcolm doesnt stand up for her, and takes advantage of her friendship. Nicolette finally teaches Malcolm a lesson about what friendship is supposed to be. Meanwhile Leonard bares his soul to an attractive customer who he has a crush on, but gets rejected.

  • Malcolm's estranged brother comes to town, igniting old tensions, but reviving old family ties. Meanwhile, Nicolette takes a job in a bowling alley, and tries to get along with unruly customers.

  • Malcolm suggests Eddie settle his differences with an ex-con in the boxing ring.

  • A wealthy tycoon challenges Eddie to a high-stakes game of golf.

  • Malcolm & Eddie's business is booming at the club, so they decide to expand the club to increase business even further. However the building owner jas just recently rented out the empty space next door, and now the new tenant, who is opening a dance studio, will have to move in order for the guys to expand the club.

  • Non-church-goers Malcolm and Eddie accidentally volunteer to teach Sunday school while visiting at Nicolette's church and find that they have a knack for public speaking.

  • Malcolm and Eddie each meet the girl of their dreams. Malcolm's girl is sweet & demure and likes to cook for him. Eddie's girl is a "straight-up hood-rat" that likes to drink 40 ounce bottles of beer. The men eventually find out that their dream girls are one and the same, as she is someone who takes the concept of "I'm Every Woman" to the extreme.

  • The guys pull elaborate Halloween pranks on each other at the club's annual Halloween costume party. But then things really begin to heat up when the guys meet 2 aspiring fashion models in the adjoining motel room.

  • Business partners Malcolm and Eddie open a jazz club with Malcolm's money. And after Malcolm throws it up in Eddie's face and wants to make all the decisions, Eddie looks for ways to raise his share of the money.

  • After discovering that Eddie spent all his money on electronic gadgets and has no money left to reinvest in their new business venture, Malcolm and Eddie join forces to find a way to re-open Malcolm's former bar as the new Fifty/Fifty club.

  • In a flash-back, after being jilted by Mira, Malcolm & Eddie meet each other for the first time at Eddie's wedding. Malcolm consoles a jilted Eddie after his bride-to-be left him standing at the altar, by relating his own disastrous trip to the altar.

  • As Malcolm laments selling the bar and losing his girlfriend, Eddie's job at the scrap yard has turned out to be less than advertised. Tired of his boss's spending at his expense, Eddie takes matters into his own hands.

  • It's only after Eddie moves back in that Malcolm discovers his former partner spent all the money he made from their sale of their old building. Eddie and Malcolm are $20,000 short of what they have to open their club.

  • As they are preparing for the grand opening of the Fifty-Fifty Club, Malcolm seeks Eddie's advice on everything from beer glasses to the menu. Meanwhile, Malcolm hires Nicolette to be a waitress at the club.

  • After impressing the lovely and interested Tracy Burke, Malcolm finds himself three weeks into what is shaping up to be a serious relationship. Eddie is besieged by obscene phone calls from an admirer.

  • Nicolette volunteers to deliver meals to the congregation's elderly members. After Nicolette refuses to let him and Eddie out of their responsibility, Malcolm arrives at the church prepared to teach the story of Moses.

  • Malcolm and Eddie decide that now might be the time for the Fifty-Fifty Club to expand. After drawing up plans to take over Eddie's old repair shop, he and Malcolm invite their landlord to hear their proposal.

  • On the eve of closing a big real estate deal with a wealthy developer, Malcolm and Eddie's landlord, T.J. Hawkins arrives at the Fifty-Fifty Club to celebrate. Hawkins invites Montgomery to play golf at his club.

  • While onstage at the club, Eddie finds himself being relentlessly heckled by Jo Jo Johnson. After he returns the insults, Eddie is challenged to a fight. Despite Malcolm's warning, he agrees to square off with Jo Jo.

  • When Malcolm's brother drops in unexpectedly, Nicolette makes it clear that she's more than a little interested in him. As competitiveness between the brothers increases, Nicolette is disappointed to learn Trey is married.

  • When she arrives at the bar for the first time, Malcolm is smitten with Ashley's beauty and charm, until he discovers she's the daughter of his landlord. Ashley invites Malcolm to join her at a cocktail party.

  • When pressed by Nicolette, landlord T.R. Hawkins reluctantly agrees to have her apartment painted. Once Leonard and Doug sign on for the job, Nicolette must move out until they are done.

  • At her surprise 30th birthday party, Nicolette reacts badly and bolts from the club. She later confesses to feeling unfulfilled by turning 30 childless. Consequently, Nicolette decides to be artificially inseminated.

  • As a favor, Malcolm agrees to take some of Eddie's prized hat collection to be cleaned. However, while Malcolm and Leonard are making a quick stop at a convenience store, a thief steals Eddie's hats.