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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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Thelma plans to move in with her African boyfriend despite Florida's objections.
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Thelma enjoys a romantic relationship with an African student.
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J.J., Thelma and Michael get involved in selling what people think is "hot" underwear.
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The backers for J.J.'s new client turn out to be loan sharks.
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J.J. comes up with a vocal discovery that he calls the "great white hope."
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The children and Willona try to convince Florida to have some fun.
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After J.J. wins the lottery, he is faced with two gun-toting members of a girls' gang.
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Grandpa Evans brings a special guest of his own for Thanksgiving.
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Florida has only one choice of action when she discovers what J.J. is doing for money.
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J.J. resorts to crime in an effort to get his family out of the ghetto.
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J.J. becomes an instant celebrity after winning a local art show.
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J.J. tries to lend a helping hand when Michael experiences his first great romance.
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Michael is pressured into becoming a member of a street gang that is terrorizing the neighborhood.
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Thelma's favorite teacher falls first for J.J.'s paintings and then for J.J.
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Florida's attitude toward James' death causes dissension in an already saddened household.
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As the Evanses prepare to join James in Mississippi, a damper is thrown on everything.
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The Evanses put together a rent party to raise money for the project's favorite senior citizen.
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Thelma's indecision turns to agony when Harry accepts a new job and moves to California.
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Fed up with being treated like a servant by her family, Florida accepts a luncheon invitation from a man.
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When an old girlfriend visits J.J., she brings along some upsetting news.
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Michael's research for a bicentennial report leads to strange happenings for the Evans family.

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