Dating twin sisters
It premiered on April 1, 1994, and concluded after airing six seasons on May 23, 1999.
The premise of the show was that the girls (playing characters Tia Landry and Tamera Campbell) were separated and adopted at birth.
After their unexpected encounter in the department store, Ray reluctantly allows Tia and Lisa to move into the house because Lisa was about to take a job in St. The girls' neighbor is nerdy Roger Evans (Marques Houston), an annoying teenager who is infatuated with both of them, and who evolves into a perfect gentleman they both find attractive.
The season 5 version of the theme began with the end of the original theme prior to the start of the theme song.Season one was the only season using the full version, with the short middle instrumental portion, vocalizations and the line "Living underneath one roof, no it won't be trouble-proof" dropped in season 2, though the short instrumental and vocalizations were restored in season 3.An updated version of the theme song was used starting in Season 5, composed by Heintz, Petersen, Quinn and Kurt Farquhar, who composed the music score for most of the series (save for Season 3, when the score was composed by Paul A.By the fifth season, Tia and Tamera ended up with steady boyfriends: Tia with a boy named Tyreke Scott (Ron Reaco Lee) and Tamera with a boy named Jordan Bennett (Deon Richmond).In the sixth-season episode "Father's Day", the twins meet their biological father, Matt Sullivan, and learn that he is white and a famous photojournalist.