It's so important because: Tisha Campbell should have gotten an Emmy for her performance at the reunion, and Martin has us all saying "Pretty Ricky what they call him" to this very day. Date aired: January 4, 1994Plot: Martin goes to court to fight a parking ticket and, acting as his own lawyer, cross examines his friends. It's so important because: This is the episode that gave us the pocket knife and "G. It's so important because: This episode showcases Tisha Campbell's comedic chops better than most episodes in the series. So important because: This episode gave us one of the most classic scenes in the show's history: everyone dressed in black at Martin's house while Martin drags around a stuffed rottweiler and pretends to be Nino Brown.
Date aired: February 27, 1994Plot: Martin gets roped into fighting Tommy "Hitman" Hearns at a charity boxing event. It's so important because: Martin's head at the end of the episode. Date aired: September 25, 1995Plot: Gina and Pam find themselves in hilarious competition when the Notorious B. The cast could barely keep it together—look at Tommy trying to keep a straight face in that GIF!
He retained this position until the series' final episode, in which he and Gina prepared to move to Los Angeles, from where his show would be syndicated nationally.
The move coincided fortuitously with Gina's promotion by her boss Mr.
Date aired: May 13, 1993Plot: Martin and Gina team up to catch the sneaky Rev. It's so important because: David Alan Grier is amazing as Leon Lonnie Love, and his church entrance is definitely one of the most important moments in the series.
Date aired: August 22, 1993Plot: Martin tries to glam Gina up to impress Ricky Fontaine ('Pretty Ricky' what they call him) at his high school reunion, but a botched dental procedure and an allergic reaction leaves her looking a little rough. It's so important because: The entire dueling performance between Pam and Gina is classic itself, but the icing on the cake is when Pam comes galloping in to meet Biggie for the first time. " Date aired: December 10, 1995Plot: Gina has a big presentation to give at work but has to do it with a brass headboard stuck around her neck after a wild night with Martin. Date aired: January 16, 1994Plot: After someone stole Martin's brand new portable CD player (which, on the show in 1994, cost 0), he launches an investigation to find out which of his friends did it.
It's so important because: Tichina Arnold, who played Pam, absolutely killed her impression of Martin. Date aired: April 25, 1996Plot: Martin has to spend the day at the DMV after his insurance is cancelled. Date aired: August 22, 1993Plot: Martin and the gang tell their very different stories of the first time Martin and Gina met.
It's so important because: The people at the DMV with Martin really make this episode, like the "you so almondy" guy. It's so important because: Seeing everyone's version of their meeting was a gut-buster, and Martin's 70s pimp voice was unparalleled.
I got a bunch more on cock." "The greats took 3 months to respond to diss records," she continued. Queens shut down Paris, then drop hits on #Queen Time." She went on to give Remy a timeline of her own, and make a seriously risky bet.
It's so important because: Watching Sheneneh put the moves on the man of her dreams was pure poetry. Date aired: October 3, 1993Plot: After Gina loses Martin's tickets to a Piston's game, she agrees to work in Sheneneh's shop for a day to replace them. Date aired: November 7 & 14, 1993Plot: After interviewing popular talk show host Varnell Hill, Martin rounds up everyone and heads to Hollywood where he intends to land to show of his own.
It's so important because: Sheneneh's shade is one of the best parts of the series, and there's plenty of it in this episode. It's so important because: Varnell Hill singing his theme song is amazing and rivaled only by Martin crashing Jodeci's performance on stage, giving us classic lines like "Me and Jodeci think you cheatin' on us." Date aired: March 28, 1996Plot: Pam begins to act like Martin after being hypnotized at her dentist's office.
Later in the season, Martin also interviews The Notorious B. G., who’s looking for a new backup singer – and finds one in Sheneneh!
With a 100th episode, and guest stars including Chris Rock, Will Smith, Halle Berry, Salt-n-Pepa, Shaquille O’Neal, Robert Townsend, Kareem Abdul Jabbar and more, Season Four is huge.
Martin is an American sitcom that aired for five seasons on Fox from August 27, 1992 to May 1, 1997.