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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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The Evans family is shocked when they meet Thelma's new fiance.
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Michael's school assignment sets off a chain reaction of events in the Evans household.
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Michael protests when he is chosen to attend a better school as part of a busing program.
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Florida and James have to come up with $500 in bail when J.J. is arrested on an alleged armed robbery charge.
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J.J's hopes to receive expensive birthday gifts are shattered when James gets a bad credit rating.
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Florida promises to burst into a full-fledged hurricane unless someone can figure out what triggered the storm.
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The most popular girl in high school turns J.J. into a one-woman man.
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The family tries to convince James that he should see a doctor for his headaches and emotional outbursts.
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Florida is asked to be the television spokeswoman for a new health tonic.
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Florida jeopardizes her standing in a contest by helping to dry out the neighborhood wino.
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An angry Housing Authority official visits the Evans family after one of Michael's letters to the editor is published.
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The probability of J.J. not being promoted to a high-school senior worries the whole family.
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J.J., an aspiring artist, is discovered by a man who wants to become his patron.
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Florida and James fear that there is more between Thelma and her new beau than a five-year difference.
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A remark about George Washington causes Michael to be suspended from school.
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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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