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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 Booker gets a job at the local barbershop for school credit, he shuns his responsibilities to attend a rap concert, prompting his boss to recruit Raven to do his job.
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Booker seeks guidance from Devon as he begins adolescence; Raven and Tess help Nia deal with her first failing grade in school; Chelsea starts online dating with Levi's support.
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Nia gets a crush on Timothee, a French exchange student, and pretends to be a sophisticated Brit to win him over; Booker agrees to help Nia keep up the ruse.
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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 has a vision that Devon is stuck in a snowstorm and may not make it to the Father/Daughter dance at Nia's school.
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When Booker has a vision of Tess getting her heart broken, he and Levi try to prevent it from happening.
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When Booker and Levi want expensive virtual reality goggles, the boys come up with a plan to make money by selling snacks at school.
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When Booker wants to reveal his powers to increase his popularity at school, Raven warns him to keep his psychic powers a secret.
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Raven finally admits to the children that she also has visions; Raven and Booker try to combine their psychic powers to find the missing money; feeling left out, Nia pretends to have a vision.
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When Nia gets caught up in wanting to be a trendsetter, she goes against her mother's wishes and uses the money she saved up to buy an expensive jacket; Booker has a vision that Mitch put a curse on him.
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Nia and Tess form a step dance squad to take down the school's reigning champs, but their friendship is tested when they can't agree on how the team should be run.
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While Booker and Tess team up to plan their 6th grade dance, Nia worries her dancing skills aren't good enough for the big event; Raven starts to question if she's being a good mom and goes overboard trying to volunteer for the kids' school.
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Booker, Nia, and Levi convince Raven and Chelsea they are responsible enough to watch themselves while the moms enjoy a mom's night out.
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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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When Levi makes a documentary on how a person's individual style influences the perception of them, Nia, Tess and Booker each learn something new about themselves.
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When Booker has a vision of his mother losing the money hidden in her backpack, he enlists Nia and Levi to help him follow Raven and rescue the money before it goes missing.
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When Booker and Levi get into some trouble backstage at a concert, Raven and Chelsea try to seize the moment to perform with their all-time favorite group La Dee Da.
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The kids win a contest to attend a private screening of their favorite TV show, but their plans are interrupted when Raven makes them baby-sit Dreamweaver Kema's precocious niece.
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When the new building manager accuses someone of tagging the side of their building, Raven thinks Tess is responsible.
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A cool new kid arrives in the building, causing Booker and Levi to fight Nia and Tess for his attention.
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When Nia sneaks to school wearing makeup against Raven's wishes, she draws the attention of the eighth grade girls who invite her to hang out.

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