MARION SAVES A YOUNGSTER FROM SELF-DESTRUCTION AND
TIFFANY SAVES HER HEART FROM BEING TORN, IN TWO ON THE CONCLUSION OF A
TWO-PART "IN THE HOUSE" AIRING MONDAY, MARCH 2 (8:00-8:30 P.M., ET/PT)
"Working Overtime, Part II" - When Marion's young friend, Blake, is
lured to a life of lying, cheating, and stealing by Eddie, a sleazy
street hustler, Marion almost reverts to his old ways to save him. But he
realizes before it's too late that dignity and self- respect can conquer
anything and convinces Blake to follow in his footsteps, not Eddie's,
on the conclusion of a two-part "In The House" airing MONDAY,
MARCH 2 (8:00-8:30 p.m., ET/PT) on UPN.
Meanwhile, Tiffany must choose between Mark, the hunky electrician she's
just started dating or Graham, the debonair, older man who's returned
from Egypt and wants her back in his life.
LL Cool J as Marion Hill,
Alfonso Ribeiro as Maxwell Stanton,
Kim Wayans as Tonia Harris, and
Maia Campbell as Tiffany Warren.
Guest starring are Ken Lawson as Carl; Gabrielle Carmouche as Raynelle;
Lark Voorhies as Mercedes; Paulette Braxton as Natalie; Mel Jackson as
Graham; Clifton Powell as Eddie; Chaz Lamar Shepard as Mark; Wes Charles,
Jr. as Blake; MC Lyte (a.k.a. Lana Michele Moorer) as Lulu and Donald
"Speedy" Caldwell as Officer Blue.
The episode was written by Cynthia R. Harris & Raynelle Swilling and
directed by Madeline Cripe.