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Two black kids from Harlem, Arnold Jackson and older brother Willis, are welcomed into the family of wealthy New York businessman Philip Drummond when their mother, his housekeeper, passes away. The two brothers become part of the Drummond family and learn various lessons about life.

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Arnold's rocket for a class project accidentally lands on top of the Russian embassy.
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Arnold and Willis want to give Drummond a special birthday gift.
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Sam wants to have a sleep over with his new buddy, who is a girl.
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Sam persuades a reluctant Mr. Drummond to become the coach of his "bad news" baseball team.
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A cynical senior citizen wants no part in Sam's "Adopt a Grandparent" program.
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Drummond hopes to encourage an Olympic aspirant who suffered a tragic accident. Guests: 1984 Olympic gymnasts Mitch Gaylord and Bart Conner.
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Arnold and Sam start a business together, but a falling out makes them competitors.
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Arnold wants a celebrity to attend the school's charity fund-raiser.
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The school bully faces his first challenge when he meets the Drummond's new neighbor.
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Sam's real father (Hoyt Axton) visits the Drummond's new neighbors.
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Arnold and Sam protest the cancellation of Sam's favorite TV show.
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Arnold and Sam set out to rid the neighborhood home of ghosts. Guest: Ray Bolger.
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Arnold's faced with a tough choice when he's appointed judge of the school court.
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Arnold and his friends plan to sabotage Lisa's project for the science fair.
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Drummond and Sam check themselves into the hospital together.
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Arnold becomes the leader of a protest against unfair school rules.
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Willis' school crush is involved with a police anti-drug operation.
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Drummond joins the assembly line when he's accused of being out of touch with his employees.
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Sam struggles with bed-wetting, but Arnold is not sympathetic to his problem.
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Money for charity that Arnold's class raised and entrusted to him is missing.
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Arnold believes he has found his religion after attending an impressive bar mitzvah.

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