To avoid another ticket on his driving record, Jamie must go to traffic school. However, Fancy and Chante wear identical costumes. Jamie falls for a hotel guest in town searching for her biological father. Eventually, Jamie annuls the contract by threatening to reveal some embarrassing information about the producer. Max Dillon/Electro But when Jamie unwisely tastes one of the pies to find out why they are so popular, he eats the next day's entire order one after another. Jamie finds a pair of size-22 sneakers under Fancy's bed and he thinks that she is involved with NBA star. Phil and Mouse take Jamie to a club to help him get over losing his job and Fancy, but Jamie's pickup lines fall flat with the ladies. The Kings announce their retirement and offer the hotel to Jamie and Fancy — but Fancy considers a job offer in New York. Movie actress Edwina DuBois, a college gal pal of Helen's, tries to show Jamie the ways of the casting couch while teaching an acting seminar at the hotel. Helen's youthful new look leaves Junior feeling like a senior citizen, so he asks for Jamie's help—and ends up with a makeover. When Silas gets called into surgery, Jamie steps in to escort Fancy to her high-school reunion. Fancy needs a new kitchen countertop installed in time for Nikki's bridal shower, which Fancy reluctantly agrees to host. Among his co-workers at the hotel during the series' run were the beautiful and intelligent Francesca "Fancy" Monroe (Garcelle Beauvais) and Jamie's high-strung, stuffed-shirt, "bourgeois" nemesis Braxton P. Hartnabrig (Christopher B. Duncan). Jamie and Braxton find what appear to be nude pictures of Fancy (, Jamie is involved in a fender bender with vocalists, Jamie feels guilty after his deception causes problems between Fancy (. Fancy's new boyfriend, a police officer named Morris, has skills as a hostage negotiator that come in handy when Jamie and Braxton are held captive in a bank robbery gone awry. Presented by actor/comedian/musician Jamie Foxx, the network broadcasts a variety of comedy and urban music such as hip-hop and R&B in addition to live talk shows broadcast during the weekdays. Jamie's dreams of stardom come true with the arrival of director Ike Yee, who uses the hotel as the setting for his latest movie starring Jackie Chin and gives Jamie a role in the movie. Braxton (who generally served as the brunt of Jamie's insults) was known to get in a few digs of his own as the series progressed. Although the show wasn't a major success with the ratings due to the WB being a relatively new network, the show did help launch Jamie Foxx's acting career and relaunched Garrett Morris' career after his 1994 shooting. Braxton and Fancy get promotions and Jamie feels left out that he didn't get a promotion, so he decides to quit and he gets a new job as a jingle writer at Jingles 2000. A knock on the head lands Jamie in the hospital, where he's mistakenly committed to the psychiatric ward. When the family wins the lottery they end up having more problems then they thought. But when Jamie learns of her duplicity and boots her out, the Kings land in a courtroom. Jamie's bawdy present for Braxton winds up in the hands of Helen (. The Jamie Foxx Show is an American television sitcom that aired on the WB … Spider-Man 3 (unreleased) The show aired a total of 100 episodes over the course of its five seasons. Jamie joyfully moves into his own bachelor pad, but when Fancy starts decorating it for him, he begins to feel a little crowded by her constant presence. Jamie's first time on an airplane turns into an adventure after a little bad pork—and a lot of alcohol—leaves the pilot incapacitated. He expects his girlfriend to pamper him continually, which leads to an embarrassing display of attention during an important business dinner. The Jamie Foxx Show is an American television sitcom that aired on the WB Network from August 28, 1996 to January 14, 2001. Take your favorite fandoms with you and never miss a beat. Jamie sings with Nicole at a nightclub, which rekindles his interests in a career in music—despite Fancy's misgivings. Then he meets a woman named Nancy, who seems to have much in common with Fancy. A chance to sing on a local radio show nets Jamie a contract with record mogul Sweet and Low, but when the deal comes up a little short he tries to raise the stakes—a move that leads to several "accidents" at the hotel. On January 14, 2001, "The Jamie Foxx Show" ended after five seasons and 100 episodes. Meanwhile, Fancy brings a group of "Family Feud" contestants to King's Tower. Meanwhile, Braxton is forced to cut the hotel's budget. Jamie tries to reunite Uncle Junior with his long-lost best friend. Eric Marlon Bishop, known professionally as Jamie Foxx, will portray Max Dillon/Electro in Spider-Man 3.. Jamie balks at proposing to Fancy, so he breaks up with her—but accidentally leaves an engagement ring at her apartment. Appeared in Jamie has a beef with his conscience when he's offered a job as spokesperson for a hamburger joint right after agreeing to become a vegetarian, in order to impress Fancy. They decide to go on the game show Change of Heart, dating other people to decide if they should remain together.