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June 2004
Week of June 14th through June 18th
After messing up a major drug bust in New York City, two African American FBI agents (who are also brothers), Marcus and Kevin Copeland (Shawn and Marlon Wayans), try to impress their boss by volunteering to protect the Wilson Sisters, Tiffany (Anne Dudek) and Brittany (Maitland Ward), the heiresses of a hotel empire, from a kidnapping scheme during a short trip from JFK to the Hamptons. Deciding to change the strategy drastically, the brothers use themselves as bait, wearing lots of pale makeup and dresses to pass as the Wilson sisters, while the real sisters are hidden away, safe from harm. Now, the agents just have to convince the world (including their coworkers who are now protecting *them* and the Wilsons' friends and family) that they're actually young, rich, white heiresses. Directed by Keenan Ivory Wayans, the film stars Shawn and Marlon Wayans, Frankie Faison, Jaime King, John Heard, Terry Crews, Busy Phillips, Drew Sidora, & Brittany Daniel.


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