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In order to prove to their boss (Frankie Faison) and coworkers that they have what it takes in the line of duty, African-American FBI agents Marcus (Marlon Wayans) and Kevin Copeland (Shawn Wayans) go undercover—with the help of a lot of latex and make-up—as white hotel heiresses and Hamptons socialites Tiffany (Anne Dudek) and Brittany Wilson (Maitland Ward).