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Florida and James Evans struggle to raise their kids - irrepressible artist JJ, voice-of-reason Thelma, and politically active Michael - in a Chicago housing project. They have help from wisecracking neighbors, buffoonish building superintendents and friends.

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A self-proclaimed "shepherd of the Lord" asks James to become one of his herdsmen.
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The Evans family faces eviction from their Chicago apartment.
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A sudden run of good luck and one of J.J.'s paintings create a religious conflict in the Evans household.
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Tests indicate that James is a candidate for a union apprenticeship program, but his birth certificate says differently.
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J.J. could have the answer to Florida's need to find work for herself.
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Thelma's new husband stands to lose his contract and J.J. faces the jaws of a greedy loan shark.
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The day arrives for Thelma to marry handsome football star Keith Anderson.
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Wedding bells are ringing for Thelma and Keith, but they may not be heard over their arguing.
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Thelma gives a dinner party for her new boyfriend with such sensational results that Florida rushes home from Arizona to see what's happening.
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Willona, the Evans family and friends put on a show to raise money for a day-care center.
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Thelma is ecstatic when her first play is chosen for production until she discovers the "catch.".
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Willona receives a long-awaited marriage proposal only to discover that her suitor has a catch.
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Social Security could stand in the way when Grandpa Evans decides that it's time to get married.
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Willona is suspected of being the "other woman" when Bookman is thought to be stepping out on his wife.
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J.J. succumbs to the stress of dating a married woman when he develops an ulcer.
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J.J., Thelma and Michael discover that their new boarder is the only surviving witness in a trial against a dangerous criminal.
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J.J.'s potential promotion at work may be threatened by prejudice.
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Penny painfully discovers that smoking is dangerous to more than one's health.
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J.J. doesn't know if his talent or the boss's daughter was responsible for his new assignment.
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Willona must choose between the chance of a lifetime with the man of her dreams or something far more important.
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J.J. decides to teach Michael what he believes is a badly needed lesson in responsibility.

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