Malcolm & Eddie

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  • TV-PG
  • 1996
  • 4 Seasons
  • 6.6  (1,627)

Malcolm & Eddie is a sitcom TV show that aired from 1996 to 2000. It follows the story of Malcolm McGee (Malcolm-Jamal Warner) and Eddie Sherman (Eddie Griffin), two best friends who live together after a chance encounter when Malcolm's car breaks down in Eddie's auto repair shop.

Malcolm is a straight-laced, Level-headed, and ambitious man who is working as a professional sports news anchor. In contrast, Eddie is a carefree and impulsive man with a colorful history and a passion for making quick money. Together, they share a deep bond and are always there for each other, despite their differences.

The show is set in a bar owned by Malcolm, called "McGee's," where the main part of the action takes place. The bar is frequented by a colorful cast of characters, including their waitress, Nicolette (Karen Malina White), who has an unrequited crush on Malcolm, and Tim (Jaime Cardriche), a loyal but dimwitted bar regular who is always seeking Eddie's approval.

Malcolm & Eddie is known for its clever writing and humor, which often centers around wordplay, puns, and pop culture references. The show also touches on relevant social issues like racism, ageism, and gender equality, making it more than just a typical sitcom.

Throughout the series, Malcolm and Eddie go through many adventures, misadventures, and even some conflicts. Still, their relationship remains steadfast, and they ultimately learn many life lessons as they navigate the challenges of living together as two very different individuals.

One standout aspect of the show is the chemistry between its two lead actors. Warner and Griffin's hilarious banter and excellent comedic timing make Malcolm & Eddie a joy to watch. Besides, the show features multiple funny moments that will leave the audience in splits.

Another standout aspect of the show is its balanced approach to the main characters' personalities. While Eddie is portrayed as a lovable goofball, the show doesn't shy away from his flaws and mistakes. And even though Malcolm is often the voice of reason, he's not necessarily perfect, nor does he pretend to be.

Overall, Malcolm & Eddie is an entertaining and well-executed sitcom that offers a fresh and unique perspective on comedic storytelling. The show is timeless in its humor and offers a healthy dose of laughter that will lift your mood, no matter what time of day it is.

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

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Three of Club
22. Three of Club
May 22, 2000
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.
Mid-Wife Crisis
21. Mid-Wife Crisis
May 15, 2000
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.
Double Play
20. Double Play
May 8, 2000
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.
Moving Violations
19. Moving Violations
May 1, 2000
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.
Buddy's Ashes
18. Buddy's Ashes
April 10, 2000
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.
Radio Daze
17. Radio Daze
March 20, 2000
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.
16. Swooped
February 21, 2000
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.
The Best Men
15. The Best Men
February 14, 2000
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 fiancé 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.
Bullets Over Kansas City
14. Bullets Over Kansas City
February 7, 2000
Eager to make her club Kansas City's most popular night spot, Malcolm and Eddie's chief rival, Mia, makes Eddie an incredible offer he may not be able to refuse. Meanwhile, Nicolette enters a short story contest, transporting the gang back in time to the 1920s when two rival nightclub owners resorted to far more villainous tactics to be number one.
Designing Woman
13. Designing Woman
January 24, 2000
With Malcolm sound asleep, robbers break into the apartment and steal all the furniture and strip the house of all its contents. They hire an interior designer to redo the apartment, but find out she not only has an eye for style, but a taste for a con game.
Your Number's Up
12. Your Number's Up
January 3, 2000
Eddie agrees to buy Malcolm's lottery ticket and has to face the consequences-again and again and again-when the numbers hit.
Sneaky, Thieving, Double-Crossing Dates from Hell
11. Sneaky, Thieving, Double-Crossing Dates from Hell
December 6, 1999
After Leonard's date publicly humiliates him at the Fifty/Fifty Club, Malcolm and Nicolette try to cheer him up by sharing their "worst date" stories. But nothing can top Eddie's date that night when he's lured by a woman named "Sinful Sally" to her apartment, unaware that she plans to broadcast their rendezvous live over the Internet.
A Fowl and Stormy Night
10. A Fowl and Stormy Night
November 22, 1999
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.
Fairly Decent Proposal
9. Fairly Decent Proposal
November 15, 1999
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.
The Wrongest Yard
8. The Wrongest Yard
November 8, 1999
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.
Won't Power
7. Won't Power
November 1, 1999
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.
The Tapawingo Witch Project
6. The Tapawingo Witch Project
October 18, 1999
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.
Worst Impressions
5. Worst Impressions
October 4, 1999
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.
4. Clubbed
September 27, 1999
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.
Hot Pants
3. Hot Pants
September 20, 1999
Dexter returns and asks Eddie for another loan-it seems he's been evicted from his apartment yet again. Heeding Malcolm's advice, Eddie doesn't give him the loan but takes a stand to help Dexter back on his feet. However, the situation changes once Dexter gets coffee spilled on his lap at the club.
Ship Outta Luck
2. Ship Outta Luck
September 13, 1999
The duo agrees to listen to a realty sales pitch in order to get a free seven-day cruise.
Hanging by a Dred
1. Hanging by a Dred
September 6, 1999
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.
Where to Watch Malcolm & Eddie
Malcolm & Eddie is available for streaming on the The Minisode Network website, both individual episodes and full seasons. You can also watch Malcolm & Eddie on demand at Apple TV Channels, Tubi TV and Pluto TV.
  • Premiere Date
    August 26, 1996
  • IMDB Rating
    6.6  (1,627)