All 10 Wayans siblings were raised by their parents, Howell and Elvira, in a tiny apartment in a New York City housing project. Watch as Keenen, Kim, Shawn and Marlon Wayans describe how their family survived on $12,000 a year. What story from their childhood still cracks them up? Find out now.
Keenen Ivory Wayans, a father of five children, reveals how memories of his own childhood punishments have made him the most lenient dad in the world. Plus, Keenen's younger brother Marlon opens up about making the conscious choice not to spank his son.
Chelsea Handler talks to Oprah about her successful show; her millionaire beau, Andre Balazs; her difficult relationship with her father; and how getting a DUI at 21 launched her stand-up career. Later, Chelsea sets the record straight about her relationship with rapper 50 Cent.
For 16 years, brothers Shawn and Marlon Wayans shared a bed, a twin bed, for that matter. Now, though they often do comedy tours together, these brothers say they never share a stage. Watch as Shawn and Marlon tell Oprah how they made good on a childhood pact.
For five seasons, Fox's sketch comedy show 'In Living Color' made America laugh, thanks in large part to its creator and host, Keenen Ivory Wayans. Watch as Keenen reveals whether a remake of this outrageous show is in the works. Plus, he and his siblings Shawn and Marlon share how comedians have changed over the past 20 years.
Marlon Wayans says he was originally cast to play Robin in the 1995 movie 'Batman Forever.' He was also set to play a role in the upcoming movie 'G.I. Joe: Retaliation' until his character was written out. Watch as Marlon and his brother Shawn Wayans joke about this turn of events and reveal the fate of Marlon's action figure.
Members of the Wayans family are well known for their comedic timing and sense of humor. But when Keenen, Kim, Shawn, Marlon, Damon Jr., Damien Dante and Craig sat down with Oprah, Keenen revealed his philosophical side. Watch as he shares the epiphany that helped make him a better person.
In the early '90s, Keenen Ivory Wayans and his brother Damon created 'In Living Color,' an outrageous sketch comedy show that launched the careers of their siblings Kim, Shawn and Marlon, as well as actors like Jim Carrey and Jamie Foxx. Now, almost 20 years after the show got its last laugh, Keenen shares how the experience was like 'lightning in a bottle.'
Five out of the 10 Wayans siblings grew up to be famous comedians, making Keenen, the host and creator of 'In Living Color,' an authority on what makes people funny. Watch as Keenen explains why those who are innately funny are also innately disturbed.
The first generation of Wayans siblings, including Keenen, Kim, Marlon, Shawn and their six siblings, grew up in abject poverty. Even some members of the family's second generation struggled, but not Damon Wayans Jr. Watch as this stand-up comedian and star of ABC's 'Happy Endings' cracks jokes about his privileged upbringing.