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Now a divorced mother of two, Raven Baxter still catches glimpses of the future. She uses her power to help her be a better mother, a successful fashion designer and a good friend. She's not the only member of her family who can see the future, though. Her son Booker has inherited the ability from her, using it to help him make sense of middle school and his new family life. Their visions sometimes collide, but they always figure things out together. Also living in the Baxter house are Booker's no-nonsense twin sister Nia and free-spirited Chelsea, Raven's childhood best friend, who is the divorced mother of Levi, who is savvy and wise beyond his years. Raven and Chelsea work together to help raise their children.

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When Mr. Arthur tells Booker that he isn't ready to go from sweeping floors to cutting hair at the barbershop, Booker opens his own mobile barbershop in the boys' school bathroom.
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Booker and Nia are excited to be named student ambassadors of their school, until they learn that their first job is to welcome Mitch as a new student.
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While doing a school report on their mother, Booker and Nia lie about Raven's life to make their presentation seem more exciting.
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When Booker becomes responsible for choosing who will represent the class at the district poetry slam, Nia thinks she has a guaranteed spot on the team; Raven and Chelsea start a DIY renovation on their new business space.
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When the school's basketball team makes it to the national championship, Tess hosts a streamed telethon to raise funds for the team to travel.
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After a rival music group creates a diss track that makes fun of Booker, Booker tries to convince the Chi-Lectives that they need to make a diss track of their own as a response.
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The kids accidentally get stuck on a cruise ship alone, while Raven and Chelsea desperately try to catch up with them via personal watercraft.
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When Levi's new crush, Isabella, tries to visit but can't come upstairs because of her wheelchair, Nia and Tess try to convince Mitch to make the building wheelchair-accessible; Booker tries to help Levi win Isabella's attention over another boy.
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While preparing for the vision transfer procedure, Booker learns that Jasmine stole the visions from Nia.
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The kids head to LA with the whole family to compete in the finals of a music competition; when their competition doesn't play by the rules, the family comes together.
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The kids make it to the next round in the Radio Eclipse music competition, but Raven threatens to take away their band when Booker gets a bad grade.
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Booker sets out to land the lead role in the school's musical; when Nia discovers the part requires someone who is great at basketball and can rap -- two things Tess excels at -- she tries to convince Coach Spitz to let Tess audition for the role.
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Raven and the kids plan a road trip to visit Chelsea at her cruise ship and encounter several obstacles along the way.
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Nia and Booker are excited to spend a week with Devon, but their fun plans are cut short when Devon has to leave to report on a storm and the kids have to join him.
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When Booker loses his powers to see glimpses of the future, he gains new abilities as an incredible chef and magician; Nia discovers she has Booker's powers to see visions.
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When Booker freezes mid-vision, Raven takes him to Dr. Sleevemore, the same doctor who helped her when she was a teen.
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The kids form a band called the Chi-Lectives and film a video in Tess' apartment; when things get out of hand with a smoke machine, Raven discovers they were home alone.
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Raven secures social influencer Lil Z to appear at the launch of her fashion show, but the kids compromise everything when they use Lil Z's name to sell raffle tickets without his permission.
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When Levi moves up to Booker's science class, he inadvertently cramps Booker's style with his classmates.
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Booker gets jealous when Danni strikes up a friendship with Nia and Tess; Levi helps Raven and Chelsea realize they should combine their businesses.
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When Nia and Booker throw an epic 13th birthday party with no moms or kids allowed, they're forced to tell Raven and Levi they can't attend.

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