Comedy triple-bill. In 'White Chicks' (2004), Marlon and Shawn Wayans star as brothers and fellow FBI agents Marcus and Kevin Copeland. The brothers are assigned as escorts to two wealthy socialite sisters, Brittany and Tiffany Wilton (Maitland Ward and Anne Dudek), who the FBI believe are the targets of a serial kidnapper. But the young heiresses get wind of the FBI's elaborate - and risky - scheme to use them as bait to lure the kidnapper, and refuse to have anything to do with it. What option do the brothers have but to enlist the help of an FBI lab scientist to transform them into Wilton sister lookalikes and go all-out to catch their man? In 'How High' (2002), rap artists Method Man and Redman star as two weed-smoking buddies who, after smoking something especially magical, become gifted with incredible brainpower - and do so well in their college entrance exams that they are offered places at Harvard University. Once embarked on the Ivy League trail, however, the friends run out of their supernatural supply, and have to find more inventive ways to complete their education. Finally, in 'Undercover Brother' (2002), Eddie Griffin is a secret agent working for the B.R.O.T.H.E.R.H.O.O.D., a covert organisation dedicated to overthrowing The Man and his racist schemes. For his latest mission, he teams up with martial arts expert Sistah Girl (Aunjanue Ellis), and assumes the disguise of a young upwardly mobile professional in order to infiltrate The Man's Operation Whitewash. However, Undercover Brother's skill will be tested to the limit when he encounters the White She Devil (Denise Richards), a woman as deadly and she is seductive.