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      Season 4 – The Jamie Foxx Show

      1999 Comedy List
      Reviews Texas native Jamie King is an aspiring actor who heads to Hollywood in hopes to find fame and fortune in the entertainment industry. To support himself, he works at his uncle's Los Angeles hotel, the King's Towers. On the job, he competes for the attention of gorgeous desk clerk Francesca "Fancy" Monroe, who has made it clear that she is not interested in an office romance. Nevertheless, Jamie is determined to hone his skills as an entertainer and move into the limelight. Read More Read Less

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      Previous Episode 1 Aired Sep 24, 1999 Just Fancy Fancy mistakes a hotel guest (Debbe Dunning) as Jamie's girlfriend; Braxton schemes to bring Fancy's ex-fiance back into the picture. Details Episode 2 Aired Sep 24, 1999 Mr. Bo-Jingles Jamie quits his job at the hotel to write commercial jingles after he is passed over for a promotion. Details Episode 3 Aired Oct 1, 1999 Poker Face Fancy gets revenge when Jamie blows her off in favor of a poker game with the guys; Braxton tries to make the hotel's computer system Y2K ready. Details Episode 4 Aired Oct 1, 1999 I Believe I Can Fly When Jamie's first big commercial jingle pitch for a bug spray is shot down, he e-mails a manifesto to the entire company. Details Episode 5 Aired Oct 8, 1999 Why Don't We Just Roll ... Reversal Inspired by friends' success, Jamie and Fancy engage in a relationship-building role-playing exercise which goes awry. Details Episode 6 Aired Oct 15, 1999 The Ugly Truth Jamie is incredulous when he loses some of his luster as a jingle writer to a good-looking new employee. Details Episode 7 Aired Oct 22, 1999 Homie, Lover, Friend Jamie (Jamie Foxx) is alarmed when Fancy's (Garcelle Beauvais) old boyfriend (guest star Thomas Mikal Ford) puts the moves on her. Details Episode 8 Aired Nov 5, 1999 Give Me Some Credit Jamie (Jamie Foxx) must prove his love for Fancy (Garcelle Beauvais) when her well-to-do parents (guest stars Billy Davis Jr. and Marilyn McCoo) come to town. Details Episode 9 Aired Nov 12, 1999 Liar, Liar, Pants on Fire Jamie is afraid of Fancy's reaction when he secretly woos the company's top client, a beautiful young woman. Details Episode 10 Aired Nov 19, 1999 Joy Ride Jamie (Jamie Foxx) accepts delivery of Fancy's (Garcelle Beauvais) new BMW convertible and takes it out for a spin with his friends (guest stars Alex Thomas, Chris Spencer, Vibe and Suli McCullough). Traci Bingham also guest stars. Details Episode 11 Aired Dec 3, 1999 Get Up, Stand Up Jamie (Jamie Foxx) encourages Fancy (Garcelle Beauvais) to stand up for herself when she is pressured into throwing a bridal shower. Details Episode 12 Aired Jan 7, 2000 Super Ego Jamie challenges NFL players Lawrence Taylor, Charles Woodson and other pros to a game of flag football. Details Episode 13 Aired Jan 14, 2000 Family Business Jamie bills Junior and Helen for services rendered after writing a jingle for a King's Tower TV commercial. Details Episode 14 Aired Jan 28, 2000 Friendly Fire Jamie gets promoted into a management position, but his excitement dies when the boss orders him to fire a friend. Details Episode 15 Aired Feb 4, 2000 Home Suite Home Jamie (Jamie Foxx) feels oppressed by Fancy's (Garcelle Beauvais) decorative touches after he moves into a penthouse apartment. Details Episode 16 Aired Feb 11, 2000 Behind the Jingle Jamie steals a jingle from his best friend in order to end his dry spell while keeping his managerial position. Details Episode 17 Aired Feb 18, 2000 Partners fo' Life An accident on the basketball court lands Jamie's buddy Andre (Bill Bellamy) in the hospital without insurance. Details Episode 18 Aired Feb 25, 2000 Hot Cocoa on a Cold Evening Conflict arises between Jamie and Fancy over each other's place in the relationship. Details Episode 19 Aired Apr 7, 2000 Rollin' in the Dough Jamie (Jamie Foxx) convinces his new investment group to invest all its money in a doughnut lounge. With Garcelle Beauvais. Lawrence Hilton-Jacobs guest stars. Details Episode 20 Aired Apr 21, 2000 Musical Chairs Jamie (Jamie Foxx) is inspired to pursue his singing career again after performing with Nicole (guest star Rhona L. Bennett) at a nightclub. With Garcelle Beauvais. Details Episode 21 Aired Apr 28, 2000 Jamie in the Middle Jamie cajoles the rappers Method Man and Redman into finishing an overdue jingle by promising them both dates with Nicole. Details Episode 22 Aired May 5, 2000 I Second That Demo-Tion Jamie (Jamie Foxx) jeopardizes his job by secretly recording a demo tape with Nicole (guest star Rhona L. Bennett) in the Jingles 2000 studio. Details Episode 23 Aired May 12, 2000 Roadtrip Fancy (Garcelle Beauvais) gives Jamie (Jamie Foxx) an ultimatum after he hits the road with Nicole (Rhona L. Barrett) for a singing gig in Las Vegas. Details Episode 24 Aired May 19, 2000 Roadtrip After Jamie buys Fancy an engagement ring, Nicole regales him with an offer of a European music tour. Details Next
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      Season Info

      Shelley Jensen, Richard Correll, Gerren Keith, Steve Zuckerman, Mark Cendrowski, Sheldon Epps
      Executive Producer
      Bentley Kyle Evans, Marcus King, Sandy Frank
      Cooper James, Kevin G. Boyd, Bennie R. Richburg Jr., Mara Brock Akil, Michael Carrington, Rushion McDonald, Bentley Kyle Evans, Kenny Smith Jr., Yolanda Braxton Sherman
      The WB
      TV-PG (D|L)
      Original Language
      Release Date
      Sep 24, 1999
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