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Eddie Sutton is a dedicated Southern California police officer who lives with his family in a suburban apartment complex. When the department offers him the chance to own the run-down crack house he just raided, Eddie jumps at it . However, wife Jenn and teenage kids Cassie, Tay and Lizzie are less than thrilled. The area is filled with danger, but good neighbors welcome the family to the community.

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Charles tells Cassie that he is joining the Army; Eddie solves a 60-year-old crime; the family helps Nate Ray deal with his emotional issues.
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Nate Ray has trouble dealing with his emotions after returning home from Afghanistan; Cassie and Charles contemplate taking a break.
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Aunt Naomie invites Cassie to spend her 18th birthday in New York City; Lizzie auditions for the school play; Jenn waits for a diagnosis on her illness.
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Tay attends a singing contest hosted by R & B star Trey Songz; Jenn is stricken with a strange illness; Cassie learns that Charles has not made any real plans for the future.
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The Suttons receive a letter from Nate Ray; Cassie goes to a club to get her mind off Charles; Lizzie and Andrew's relationship deepens.
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Eddie and Cassie help Charles when he becomes disappointed with his new family.
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Charles searches for his father with Cassie; Lizzie makes a shocking discovery when she tries to help a needy boy.
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Bishop returns for revenge; Charles makes a decision about the money.
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Lizzie tries to make new friends; Charles considers running away from his problems.
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The police suspect foul play in the death of Charles' stepfather; Tay is rushed to the hospital after falling ill; Eddie and Jenn face financial trouble after the earthquake.
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The Suttons fight for everything they have built when an earthquake strikes Lincoln Heights.
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Jenn and Eddie agree to be chaperons at the prom; Charles and Sage attend the dance together.
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Tay gets into trouble after he hangs out with a girl he met at the recording studio; Jenn and Cassie get involved in a protest.
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Members of the Sutton household come to terms with Johnny's accident in different ways.
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Eddie tries to prevent the release of the man who ordered a hit on his mother.
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Eddie puts Tay in danger when he tries to stop a robbery.
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Cassie becomes frustrated when Sage moves in with the Suttons.
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Lund's strained relationship with Sage drives him to drink; Jenn is not happy when Mrs. Kingston is named to the clinic's board of directors; Lizzie is unhappy at her new school.
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Cassie and Charles sleep together; Lizzie is recruited to attend a private school; the Suttons befriend a reverend and his family.
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Thugs break into the Sutton home and hold Cassie and Charles hostage; Tay asks Ruben for help with his music and dance moves.
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A car crash injures Charles; Eddie tries to protect Tay after a gang member threatens him.

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