John “where am I” Lydon shows an interest in the news reporter Brett Porter, but the affair becomes more and more complicated as the two agents must now repeatedly switch between their gender roles.
Marcus’ wife Gina, whose relationship is already troubled, becomes an additional complicating factor as she gets suspicious when she hears a woman’s voice in the background during a phone conversation with Marcus.
A date with Marcus/Tiffany is then sold off to Latrell during a charity dinner.
Kevin takes advantage of the situation and asks Denise out on a date, pretending that he is Latrell, as Denise has a history of dating rich men.
Vandergeld, along with Heath, has been behind the socialiate kidnappings in order to save himself and his family from poverty. Denise falls for Kevin, after Kevin saves her from a bullet.
The next day, the real Brittany and Tiffany see their faces on a magazine, and they realize that two people are impersonating them.
They go to the hotel their ‘clones’ were seen in, and two agents, thinking that they are Kevin and Marcus after searching their room through suspicion, undress them. Vandergeld to protect Marcus, but he is alarmed and enraged to discover that Marcus is black (He did not seem to mind that Marcus was male).
When the Wilson sisters get minor facial cuts in a car accident, they refuse to leave the hotel.
Kevin and Marcus then disguise themselves as Wilson sister look-alikes in order to save their jobs.