PG-13 | | Action, Comedy
When "The Man" tries to derail a black candidate's presidential campaign, Undercover Brother and his fellow secret agents come to the rescue.
When Undercover Brother first meets Sistah Girl in his bedroom he coins the phrase "get the body slamming and get to jamming", a play on the lyrics of "U Got The Look" by Prince - a distant cousin of Eddie Griffin.
There are times for falling apart, and there are times for getting' funky. This is one of them funky times. So what's it gonna be? You ready to play some funky music, white boy?
When UB and Sistah Girl are outside of the brown locked door at the golf course and are surrounded, UB's shoes extend and they walk onto the roof. But immediately after wards, he looks at her and says, "Thanks for the lift." They are back on the ground in front of the door.
Late in the credits, White She-Devil drops by while Undercover Brother is with Sistah Girl.
For the UK DVD release Universal chose to cut 14 sec. from the outtakes (two uses of very strong language) to keep the "12" rating. An uncut "15" was available.
$12,037,685 2 June 2002