Martin 5 Seasons 1994

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Season 2
(111) IMDb 7.4/10

19. Love Is In Your Face, Part 2 TV-NR CC

When a lonely Martin (MARTIN LAWRENCE) learns that Gina (TISHA CAMPBELL) will be in Detroit for the weekend, he plans a romantic evening with her. BRIAN McKNIGHT guest stars and sings.

Starring:
Martin Lawrence, Tisha Campbell-Martin
Runtime:
23 minutes
Original air date:
February 13, 1994

Love Is In Your Face, Part 2

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Season 2

Product Details

Genres Drama, Romance, Comedy
Director Gerren Keith
Starring Martin Lawrence, Tisha Campbell-Martin
Supporting actors Carl Anthony Payne II, Thomas Mikal Ford, Tichina Arnold, Jon Gries, Garrett Morris, Johnny Brown, David Connell, Hugh Dane, Brian McKnight, Pamala Tyson
Season year 1994
Network Topper Carew
Producers John Bowman, Terry Crotzer, Sandy Frank, Mark J. Greenberg, Cheryl Holliday, Bennie R. Richburg Jr., Matt Wickline
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Customer Reviews

One of the best written shows ever.
Alia
I live in Chile (South America) and even if it sounds weird that a guy from Chile likes Martin, it's just like that.
Claudio Bruna Ramirez
I purchased both seasons and am waiting for them to release the rest!
Andrea

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19 of 21 people found the following review helpful By R. McRae on April 2, 2007
Format: DVD
Two seasons in less than 6 months? It must be the end of the world! Why not just release them every other month, we true Martin fans will snatch them right-up as soon as they come out. We waited long enough.
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9 of 9 people found the following review helpful By Elijah M. West on May 2, 2007
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I love Martin Lawrence. I remember writing every movie company, and whoever else to get in touch with Martin to release the right for them to put his shows on dvd. I flew down to the store, and got it the same day. I will be at Best Buy on the 15th too! Just because I can't wait for it to ship to me! I wrote again about this 2nd season, and I'm going to ask about the other seasons as well. I will buy them all. No bootleg copies either. Martin is worth the money! This is what you call a bust a gut laugh outloud collectors item!

Kisha & Eli

Newport News, VA

5/2/07
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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful By NiCole [[Quamar]] on August 2, 2007
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Since upcoming seasons are only released if previous seasons have done well, then I hope everyone whose a fan of Martin's classic show continues to buy, because I learned that the only reason why the other seasons of shows like Wayans Bros., Jamie Foxx Show, Living Single,(mostly the black comedy sitcoms) haven't been released for a second season yet because they didn't sell well, so if not enough people bought the first season, that's why you haven't seen anything about any of those shows' second seasons coming out, thank goodness Martin has been one of the more popular, or lucky black sitcoms to even be consider for DVD release, and it hasn't taken forever for it to come out, I have already got an e-mail saying that they are already in the process of putting out the 3rd season, with a release date of November 6, not unless it gets changed.

But personally I think Martin was one of the best shows of the 90s, that's why I really miss the 90s, because you had so many good shows on tv at the time, unlike now, a lot of shows geared towards black people aren't really that creative and funny as they once were, and as a black person, I feel a lot of these young people should be able to experience some of these 90s shows, you had, "Martin," "The Wayans Bros.," "The Jamie Foxx Show," "The Parent 'Hood," "Living Single," "Moesha," and so many more!
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8 of 9 people found the following review helpful By DJ PhilGood on April 19, 2007
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This is great! One of my all-time favorite shows finally getting its' due. You go, boy! The characters are even more defined this time around. If you're a fan of the show, you already know the deal. If you don't know, you better ask somebody! Better yet, don't ask anybody: go get season one, and you'll know you gotta get season two! As an old music commercial used to suggest, "...you got's to get your own!"
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5 of 6 people found the following review helpful By K. J. Bryant on June 2, 2007
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Martin is BAAACCCKKK along with all your favorite characters from the show!

-Sheenenh Jenkins: The crazy neighboor (You so crazy!)

-Edna Momma Payne: Martin's mother (I love when she called Gina "apple head").

-Jerome: the player of the year (Ooooh Ooooh I said Jerome's in da ha...ha...house...Watch yo mouth!)

-Otis: Security cop (What you doing there boy?)

-Dragon Fly Jones: fight teacher (Silence Silence! The fight scene at the ATM was FUNNY!)

-Elroy Preston: car repair man (singing 'Don't you know no good'!)

-Roscoe: snot nosed kid (Witch betta have my money!)

-Bob: cool white co-worker (The whole party is out of control!)

-King Beef: Action Movie Star (I must dance!)

I miss Martin, especially since Reality shows took over. He was one of the best! I can't wait for Season 3!
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By Tall Paul on May 30, 2007
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This is the season where the Martin show really took off. It has the hilarious scene with Brother Man taking his shoes off while watching the fight on TV. It also has the hilarious episode with Martin in traffic court (What does GTD mean??!) Hopefully seasons 3, 4, and 5 will be released. I'm waiting the see the DMV episode from season 4 with Sherman Hemsley. I wish they would have put bloopers and outtakes on the DVD set.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By Twanna Denise Wolf on May 17, 2007
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I'm glad that the Martin series is coming along. This is the best show ever, and there is none other like it. I'm in Iraq and I pre-ordered my copy and started watching the day that I received it. Makes my time a little easier when I can have some laughs, hurry with Season 3.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By a fan on November 30, 2007
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"Martin's" second act is no disappointment. After the brilliant first season, Martin and the gang return with more laughs and more memorable moments. The level of classics may not be as common as in the first season (still the best, in my opinion), but the moments are definitely there. This season, the characters are more developed, and the subtleties that made this show so great are really starting to gain momentum, including the through-thick-and-thin affection between Martin and Gina, Martin's endless catalogue of Pam jokes, Tommy "not havin no job" and Cole just being a bumbling idiot. Sure, these themes thrived towards the middle and end of the first season, but the formula has pretty much been perfected in Season 2. Some of the classic moments from this season: Martin's high school reunion, his duels with Tommy Hearns in the boxing ring and "Michael Jackson" in a Hollywood parking lot, Gina killing Mama Payne's beloved bird, and Martin, Tommy and Cole delivering a baby. This season also features appearances by many of the colorful characters that fans of the series can't live without, including Bro'Man, Jerome, and Officer Otis. The laughs are non-stop, and this DVD set will leave you wanting more. This and the first season set (along with the 3rd season DVD), are friendly reminders that before the controversies and backstage circumstances that lessened the quality of the show's later seasons, "Martin" was truly one of the funniest shows in TV history, African-American or otherwise.
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