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A young Chris Rock (Madagascar, "Chris Rock Show") is the next featured comedian in Fox Home Entertainment's In Living Color: Season 4 DVD COLLECTION on October 25, 2005. Credited as a launching pad for Hollywood's comedy elite, In Living Color featured Jim Carrey (Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind), Jamie Foxx (Ray), David Alan Grier (Bewitched), Tommy Davidson (Bamboozled) and the Wayans Brothers (White Chicks). In addition to Rock, the fourth season also features the return of Jennifer Lopez as one of the show's fly girls and the addition of comedian Alexandra Wentworth (Office Space, Jerry Maguire) as a regular cast member. With its edgy sketches, hilarious characters and innovative storylines, it's no wonder "In Living Color became an instant primetime favorite when it first aired in 1990. With such a star-studded cast, and sketches including "Fire Marshall Bill," "Homey The Clown" and "Dysfunctional Homeshow," In Living Color: Season 4 DVD COLLECTION is a ‘must-have' for any fan's collection. The set is available for the suggested retail price of $39.98 U.S./$54.98 Camada.

In Living Color: Season 4 DVD COLLECTION Special Features:

The three-disc In Living Color: Season 4 DVD COLLECTION features all 33 episodes from the fourth season. The three-disc set is presented in full screen 1:33:1 aspect ratio and features English 2.0 Sound and English and Spanish subtitles.

DISC 1

SIDE A

EPISODE ONE (9/27/92)

- "Perot Apology"

- "Fire Marshal Bill Rebuilds L.A."

- "Rodney King and Reginald Denny PSA"

- "Eddie Olmos: Clean Up My Yard"

- "Benita Butrell: At the Riots"

- Close featuring Redman

EPISODE TWO (10/4/92)

- "Go On Girl: Barbara and Hillary"

- "The Amazing Leron"

- "Snuff & Roam"

- "Ugly Woman: Basic Instank II"

EPISODE THREE (10/11/92)

- "MTV Political Coverage"

- "Cousin Elsee: At the Wake"

- "Woody Allen: Date the Children"

- "Mr. & Mrs. Brooks"

- Close featuring Gang Starr

EPISODE FOUR (10/18/92)

- "Jay Leno"

- "Beauty Tips With Lorie Daves"

- "George Hamilton Luggage"

- "Black People's Awards"

- Close featuring A.D.O.R.

EPISODE FIVE (10/25/92)

- "Baby Lonnie"

- "Super Bimbo"

- "Def Jam Comedy Hour"

- "Juicemania"

- Close featuring Grand Puba

SIDE B

EPISODE SIX (11/1/92)

- "Head Detective: A Very Special Head Detective"

- "Ice Poe: At The Airport"

- "Anton's Comic Relief"

EPISODE SEVEN (11/8/92)

- "The Dysfunctional Home Show"

- "Snuff & Roam: Nightclubbing"

- "Homey the Clown: Homey's Son"

- Close featuring Wreckx-N-Effect

EPISODE EIGHT (11/15/92)

- "Chris Rock for Anonymous Express"

- "Ugly Woman: Wanda Meets The Ugly Man"

- "Make Me Rich!"

- "Handi Man Loses His Powers"

- Close featuring Pete Rock and C.L. Smooth

EPISODE NINE (11/22/92

- "Mr. & Mrs. Brooks: Thanksgiving Dinner"

- "Candy Cane's Puppet Show"

- "Men on Cooking"

- Close featuring Mary J. Blige

EPISODE TEN (11/29/92)

- "Timbuk: The Last Runaway Slave"

- "Rescue Whenever"

- "The One Night Stand"

- "Anton Gets Rich"

DISC 2

SIDE A

EPISODE ELEVEN (12/13/92)

- "Lil Magic: Working Girl"

- "Your Face Is Your Passport"

- "Ugly Woman: Bram Stoker's Wanda"

EPISODE TWELVE (12/20/92)

- "Driving Miss Schott"

- "An Ice Poe Christmas

- "Benita Buttrell: Holiday Volunteer"

- "Cephus & Reesie: Tunes for Tots"

- "Why? Eyewitness"

- "Al McCafee: How McCafee Stole Christmas"

- Christmas Close: Jamie Foxx sings "This Christmas"

EPISODE THIRTEEN (1/3/93)

- "Vera De Milo: The Stank of a Woman"

- "Cousin Elsee: At the Hospital"

- "Why? Commercials"

- "The Dysfunctional Home Show: Christmas"

- "Mr. & Mrs. Brooks: Second Honeymoon"

- Close featuring Digable Planets

EPISODE FOURTEEN (1/17/93)

- "The Capitol Hillbillies"

- "Benita Buttrell: Physician's Office"

- "Amy Fisher Seminar"

- "Tales from the Crib"

- "Perot Inaugural Interruption"

- "You Bet Your Career"

- Close featuring Father MC

EPISODE FIFTEEN (2/6/93)

- "La Toya Jackson: Michael Wrapped"

- "Home Alone Again with Michael Jackson"

- "Michael Jackson Potato Head"

- "La Toya Jackson: Michael Unwrapped"

- "Family Feud: Jacksons vs. Royals"

- "Close featuring Another Bad Creation

SIDE B

EPISODE SIXTEEN (2/7/93)

- "Alive II with Richard Simmons"

- "Loomis Simmons: Power Stretch"

- "The Info Group"

- "What If Bob Hope Were Black?"

- "Sgt. Koon On Cops"

- "Men on Fitness"

EPISODE SEVENTEEN (2/11/93)

- "Bill Cosby's Condom Commercial"

- "Homey the Clown: Parole Romance"

- "Ejector Bed"

- "Velma on a Blind Date"

- "Ugly Woman: One Night Stand"

EPISODE EIGHTEEN (2/14/93)

- "Oswald: Booked On Phonics"

- "Forever Silky"

- "Lashawn: Dry Cleaners"

- "Reality Check: Aretha"

- "Fire Marshal Bill at Benihuni's"

- Close featuring Arrested Development

EPISODE NINETEEN (2/21/93)

- "Thighmaster"

- "Calhoun Tubbs at Prison"

- "Dirty Little Dick"

- "Geraldo Visits the Midget Mill"

- "Rodney Dangerfield"

- "Mr. & Mrs, Brooks: Garage Sale

EPISODE TWENTY (2/25/93)

TRIBUTE TO "MEN ON FILM"

- "Antoine in Deep Sea Men"

- "Rise to Stardom"

- "Cliff Hanger"

- "Sponsors"

- "Ratings"

- "Men on Film Festival"

EPISODE TWENTY-ONE (2/28/93)

- "Passenger 227"

- "Background Guy at the White House"

- "The Dysfunctional Home Show: Wedding"

- "Ugly Woman: The Fifth En Vogue"

EPISODE TWENTY-TWO (3/7/93)

- "Louise Jefferson for Weezies"

- "A Different Message"

- "Why? Reporters"

- "Super Dave with Dance Transition"

- "Make a Death Wish Foundation"

- "Super Dave Finale"

- "Grandpa at the Dog Show"

- Close featuring Naughty By Nature

EPISODE TWENTY-THREE (3/14/93)

- "Great Moments In Black History: Scratchin' "

- "Al Sharpton Hunger Strike"

- "Reality Check: Hair"

- "What If Archie Bunker Were Black?"

- "Mister Rogers: Insufferable Prick"

- Close featuring Heavy D & The Boyz

DISC 3

SIDE A

EPISODE TWENTY-FOUR (3/21/93)

- "Rodney King and Reginald Denny PSA"

- "Why? Eyewitness"

- "Oswald: Booked On Phonics"

- "Perot Inaugural Interruption"

- "Driving Miss Schott"

- "Beauty Tips With Lorie Daves"

- "Ugly Woman: Bram Stoker's Wanda"

EPISODE TWENTY-FIVE (4/4/93)

- "What If Barbra Streisand Were Black?"

- "Al Macafee: Metal Detective"

- "Sheila Peace: Employment Agency"

- "Lashawn: Makeover"

- "The Black People's Show"

- Close featuring Prince Markie Dee & The Soul Convention

EPISODE TWENTY-SIX (4/25/93)

- "Baby Lonnie at the Doctor"

- "Overly Confident Gay Man"

- "Snookie"

- "Sgt. Koon's Police Academy"

- Close featuring Da Youngsta's

EPISODE TWENTY-SEVEN (5/6/93)

- "The Superfly"

- "El Grande Y Spectacular Muchacho Rocketeer"

- "My Left Foot of Fury"

- "Oswald: Silence of the Lambs II"

- "Passenger 227"

- "Ugly Woman: Basic Instank II"

EPISODE TWENTY-EIGHT (5/2/93)

- "Loomis Simmons: Psychic Line"

- "Teen Court"

- "The Groom Room: James Brown"

- "The Champ"

- Close featuring Showbiz & A.G. with Dres from Black Sheep

SIDE B

EPISODE TWENTY-NINE (4/29/93)

- The Player's Club

- "SillyCone"

- "Vera De Milo: Milk Commercial"

- "Sally Struthers: Feed the Planet"

- "Tes-T-Shields"

- "Coyote Ugly Escape Kit"

- "George Hamilton Luggage"

- "Amy Fisher Seminar"

- "Juicemania"

EPISODE THIRTY (5/9/93)

- "Heterosexual Pride Parade"

- "Reality Check: Bikini"

- "Calhoun Tubbs at Chuck E. Chedder"

- "Thelma & Louise Jefferson"

- "Mrs. Sheridan at Home"

- "Ugly Woman: The Good, The Bad, And The Very Ugly"

- Close featuring Onyx

EPISODE THIRTY-ONE (5/13/93)

- "Elvis Sighting"

- "What if Bob Hope Were Black?"

- "Woody Allen: Date the Children"

- "Jay Leno"

- "You Bet Your Career"

EPISODE THIRTY-TWO (5/16/93)

- "Grandpa's Dog Commercial"

- "Vera De Milo: Breasts Of Fury!"

- "Snackin' Shack: Eligible Bachelor"

- "Bunny & Clive"

- "The Dysfunctional Home Show: Funeral"

- Close featuring The Pharcyde

EPISODE THIRTY-THREE (5/23/93)

- "Joe Jackson: Rock 'Em Sock 'Em Robots

- "In Living Color Voice Mail"

- "Lashawn: Beauty Shop"

- "Why? Black Star Trek Characters"

- "B.S. Brothers: Big Break"

- "In Living Color Voice Mail #2"

- "The Champ: The Tooth Senate"

- "In Living Color Voice Mail #3"