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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 is thrilled to be part of an elite club until he learns what initiation entails.
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Racial quotas in Drummond's business and at Willis' school have repercussions at home.
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Kimberly seeks independence with a summer job, but Drummond may not allow her to be a jet-set model.
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The first day of high school could spell disaster for a nervous Willis.
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His friends' stories of sexual exploits convince Willis it's time he "becomes a man" too.
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The city's top high school baseball coach wants Willis on his team -- at any price.
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Arnold asks Drummond to adopt a classmate who's afraid he might be sent back to an orphanage.
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Arnold gets a new perspective on America through an immigrant studying for naturalization.
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Drummond discovers a long-lost ancestor who may be more of a liability than an asset.
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Drummond meets opposition when he chooses a woman to head a new division of his company.
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A disappearing magic trick backfires, leaving Arnold out on a ledge.
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Arnold doesn't want a certain pesky girl invited to his birthday party.
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Arnold is determined to beat Willis and dethrone him as local video game champ.
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Willis' quick thinking saves Arnold's life, and Arnold is determined to show his gratitude.
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Fifteen-year-old Kimberly discovers there's more to being older than looking it.
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Arnold's excitement over being bused to a white school turns to fear when he gets a phoned threat.
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Drummond and Arnold clash over the presence of junk food machines in Arnold's school.
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Willis and Arnold go to great lengths to prove they haven't lost touch with their cultural roots.
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Arnold wants Drummond to lend $4,000 to the apartment building doorman.
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Drummond wants to help Arnold accept the fact that he will never be tall.
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Drummond is concerned about Arnold when a siege of puppy love keeps him away from his studies.

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