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After years of toiling away in a small inner-city apartment, making music in his bedroom closet, young rapper Courtney Rose is ready for his big break. Tired of waiting for opportunity, Courtney cooks up the publicity stunt of the century -- running for mayor of his hometown in California to generate buzz for his music career. His master plan goes wildly awry, ending in the most terrifying of outcomes: an election victory. With the help of his mother and friends, Courtney will have to overcome his hubris if he wants to transform the struggling city he loves.

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A young rapper unexpectedly wins when he runs for mayor of his hometown as a publicity stunt, leaving him -- along with the help of his mother and friends -- to get serious about transforming the struggling city he loves.
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A young rapper unexpectedly wins when he runs for mayor of his hometown as a publicity stunt, leaving him -- along with the help of his mother and friends -- to get serious about transforming the struggling city he loves.
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Everyone is ordered to stay inside after a mysterious package is found at City Hall; Dina tries to get Ed Gunt to open up about himself.
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Courtney's clean image takes a hit due to Ed Gunt's smear campaign; Dina tries to help by appearing on a talk show.
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After Courtney discovers the historic music venue in Fort Grey is closing down for good due to increased rent costs, he attempts to save the club by sponsoring a music festival; Dina agrees to become choir director.
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Courtney pledges to make Christmas joyous for all, but doesn't have the budget to make it happen.
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Courtney's old rap video surfaces and puts potential city funding in jeopardy; Dina finds herself in an unwanted competition with her friend.
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Courtney dates an old flame with ulterior motives; the Rev. Ocho Okoye tries to persuade Dina to join the church choir.
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Fort Grey's public transportation comes to a halt due to the bus drivers' union strike; Dina's annual tradition of taking a sick day with her friends gets derailed by an unforeseen chain of events.
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Mayor Courtney Rose and Police Chief Fox disagree on how to handle the first annual spook-tacular celebration; Dina dresses up as Congresswoman Maxine Waters; Jermaine and T.K. plan to prank Val.
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When Courtney faces a dismal approval rating, he realizes that he needs to take an unconventional approach and comes up with a plan to turn public opinion in his favor.
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Courtney discovers that his old elementary school's music program is in danger of being eliminated; Jermaine embraces his new role as communications director; Dina pushes T.K. to realize the significance of his job.
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Politics get a brand-new voice when idealistic rapper Courtney Rose runs for office as a publicity stunt but actually gets elected.

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