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Apparently opposites do attract. Malcolm and Eddie are as different as one can imagine. Nevertheless, they're best friends who manage to be roommates as well as co-workers and not kill each other.

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Malcolm's gay sister and Eddie compete for the attentions of a new waitress; Tim educates his nephews about the birds and the bees.
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Malcolm turns McGee's into a gambling establishment to prevent bankruptcy.
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Malcolm and Eddie hire their banker's daughter, a convicted arsonist, in exchange for a loan to fix the building's leaky roof.
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Eddie tricks Malcolm into believing he once went out with the woman Malcolm is currently infatuated with.
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When Tow Tom tries to run Eddie's Tow into the ground, Malcolm decides to blackmail Tom with a radio ad.
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An employee retreat gives way to romance for Eddie, and Holly agrees to give Malcolm a chance at love.
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A love letter gets passed from one wrong person to another, confusing friendships and fantasies.
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When Malcolm fails to get a refund on Eddie's ugly couch, the boys try to disprove the store's no-stain guarantee.
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Malcolm and Eddie hire a producer to make a commercial for the bar but fire him when he casts Ed McMahon and Ted Lange instead of them.
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After Eddie's band performs at Malcolm's '70s party, Eddie becomes so immersed in playing that the gang plans an intervention.
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Holly passes Malcolm off as her boyfriend when her parents come for a visit.
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Eddie takes karate lessons from a kung fu master to prepare for a duel.
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The guys land in jail when they try to scalp Jodeci concert tickets.
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Malcolm's new girlfriend and her father are not impressed when Eddie turns the bar into an exotic dance club.
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Malcolm tries to reconcile his grandparents by transforming his bar into a romantic spot, with Eddie serenading the couple as Sammy Davis Jr.
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A bomb-toting football fan wreaks havoc at Malcolm's bar to protest the anticipated move by the Kansas City Chiefs to Los Angeles.
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Eddie's Uncle Bucky, a pool shark, coaches Malcolm on how to win a game of pool against a college rival.
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When a patron unexpectedly dies at the bar, Malcolm and Eddie try to hide the corpse from the health inspector.
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As Malcolm prepares for halloween, Eddie reveals his fear of a curse placed on his family which turns them into werewolves.
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Eddie becomes a member of the Little Buddies Association to get a date with one of the volunteers.
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Malcolm makes his move on a beautiful woman who turns out to be Eddie's kid sister.

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