"You go, girl" (or boy)! Just for thinking of taking this quiz, Martin is going to give you props, but are you the ultimate fan? Will you be allowed to stay in the crib or will you be forced to "get to steppin'?"
Calling all '90s fans! One of the biggest sitcoms of the '90s premiered on FOX Network in August 1992. Starring comedian Martin Lawrence, "Martin" followed his character as he maneuvered through his everyday life in Detroit.
With an ensemble of friends, the show highlighted Martin, a radio show host with a lot to say, his girlfriend Gina, a successful marketing exec, her best friend Pam, Martin's long-time frenemy, and Martin's two best friends, Tommy and Cole, the former of which is level-headed and intelligent while the latter is a bit simple-minded.
Martin Lawrence helped frame the comedic world with his slew of special characters. While average fans know of his group of friends, can you as an ultimate fan remember his neighbor Sheneneh Jenkins? What was the name of the pot-bellied security guard who could fight surprisingly well? If you wanted karate lessons, who would you go to?
"Oh, no, you didn't!" It seems like you're ready to challenge this quiz. Are you setting yourself apart from the average fan and proving that you're the ultimate one with this ultimate "Martin" quiz? Let's find out!
In the first episode of the series, Gina reveals to Martin's friends that he cried while watching Beauty and the Beast.
The size of Gina's head is no secret, and she has been hitting the Step-master pretty hard, but Martin isn't THAT paid for her to be a gold digger.
Martin took his name "Brother Shaquille" after the Lakers' star.
Marty Mar ditched the chicken and waffles for meatloaf and waffles.
Martin was moving to LA to host his own national television show.
Although Martin lived on the third floor, he lived in apartment number 42.
Gina brought home The Book of Questions after playing with her co-workers.
When Martin started his diet, he left Gina a bucket of frozen broccoli in the freezer.
When Tommy crossed his arms, he was being defensive, and when he crossed his arms and scratched his head, he was telling a bald-headed lie, but he never tapped his fingers.
Although they were supposed to marry in Detroit, they fled to the Bahamas with Tommy and Pam.
The house Martin bought was haunted and ended up as the perfect trip on Halloween.
You'll see all of their faces appear on the show, but Will Smith only appears in a video wishing Martin a happy birthday.
Martin reveals to his WZUP that Pam wears a tight red and black dress to show off her assets.
All these singers have appeared on the show, but Babyface performed at Martin & Gina's wedding ceremony while Brian McKnight sang at their proposal in the park.
Martin threw together a talk show in his apartment and named it "Speak Out."
Gina keeps it in the rhyming family with a Tina Turner performance.
Out for dinner at a restaurant, Martin stopped the prince from choking and was then showered with a load of gifts.
In the first episode of the series, Mama Payne is the first of Martin's alter egos to appear on the show.
On that day, Martin had 5 front row tickets for the Piston's game.
They were selling t-shirts at a Whitney Houston concert, but they made no money when Bruh Man printed "Whitty Hutton" on them instead.
With Marvin moving to Arizona, he asked Martin if he could keep his barber shop name, which was Shorty Doowop.
The first night back from his honeymoon, Martin got hustled out of his clothes and his brand new beeper while playing pool
Jerome opened a club called Club Shiznitz where Blackjack isn't 21 but 22.
When Gina moved into Martin's apartment, she got rid of his "Do the Right Thing" poster which served as a reminder to Martin's guests to respect his house.
Cole did a very telling impersonation of Michael Jackson and his father, Joe.
If definitely wasn't a "Good Time" when Gina couldn't find Martin after he left.
Martin did a few back flips and dance moves when we won the lottery at Nipsey's.
Gina got her head stuck in a headboard on the same day she had a huge presentation at work.
After a night of drinking too many Bahama Mamas, Pam wakes up in bed with Cole.
When the group traveled to LA, Pam lost her mind and stole a car when she thought she saw Denzel Washington.
When they were younger, Old Man Ackerman used to chase Martin, Tommy, and Cole around on a wooden leg and lived in Apartment 42 before Martin moved in.
When Martin kept saying he wasn't "paying the 5," his friends thought he meant $500 or 5%, but they later found out it was only $5.
Ms. Trinidad was Martin's former teacher who hit on him after a lunch at McDonalds'.
Before the group went their separate ways, Martin interrupted a Jodeci performance.
Although her hair is always a little...eccentric, Sheneneh has a popular store called Sheneneh's Sho' Nuff Hair Salon.