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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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Drummond overreacts when 13-year-old Arnold is notified to register for the draft.
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Willis' self-serving lie about knowing CPR jeopardizes Arnold's life.
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Drummond, Arnold and Willis tell different stories after they bravely subdue a burglar.
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Arnold is shunned on his first day at junior high when he fails to match Willis' reputation.
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Arnold is over the moon when he gets to meet his idol, Mr. T.
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Larry, the school thug, targets Kimberly after Willis shows him how to make it with girls.
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Arnold is tricked into playing Romeo in the school play opposite his arch rival Lisa.
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First Lady Nancy Reagan guest stars when Arnold's story about drug abuse is printed in a New York City newspaper.
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The household is turned upside down when Mr. Drummond has to move in with Arnold for a week.
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When Arnold has a run of bad luck, Mr. Drummond gives him a pet cricket believed by the Japanese to bring good luck.
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Just when Arnold and Willis are about to be adopted, a relative's visit places the plans in jeopardy.
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The Drummond family's plans to adopt Arnold and Willis are jeopardized by a visiting relative.
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Willis's suspicious story on the facts of life leaves Arnold with misconceptions.
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Arnold's good intentions to help his handicapped friend adjust to life in public school backfire.
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Mr. Drummond agrees to let Kimberly leave New York to train with Olympic Gold Medalist Dorothy Hamill in Los Angeles.
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A neighborhood merchant who is actually a child molester plans to make his move on the unsuspecting Arnold and Dudley.
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In return for a generous reward, Arnold agrees to help out a neighborhood merchant who is actually a child molester.
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Kimberly's new boss pays special attention to her in hopes of landing a position in Mr. Drummond's company.
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Mr. Drummond is caught in a compromising situation when a storm sends Arnold, Willis and Kimberly home early from a weekend camping trip.
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Willis and his friend make a reckless decision when they mix drinking and driving.
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Arnold is hired by a street-corner Santa with an ulterior financial motive.

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