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Former New York college professor Robert Peterson and his wife, Jerri, share their Manhattan brownstone apartment with their four kids, ages 3 to 15.

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Wendell (Faizon Love) falls for an interior decorator helping Jerri (Suzzane Douglas) at home. With Robert Townsend.
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Beauty wins out over talent when Michael's band needs a female singer.
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Nicholas (Curtis Williams Jr.) considers joining a gang until his initiation requires he beat up his best friend.
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Robert invites a "brother" filmmaker to debate his use of negative stereotypes about the African-American community.
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Convinced the Petersons are getting a divorce, Nicholas and Wendell plan a romantic evening for them.
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Robert (Robert Townsend) begins to feel he is missing too much quality time with the family because of work demands.
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Jerri (Suzzanne Douglas) teaches Nicholas (Curtis Williams Jr.) some fancy dance steps for the school pageant.
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Zaria's (Reagan Gomez-Preston) dreams of starring in a music video shatter when she is given a skimpy costume to wear.
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Zaria (Reagan Gomez-Preston) discovers the dirty side of politics when she runs for class president. With Robert Townsend.
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Wendell (Faizon Love) begins to feel neglected when Robert's (Robert Townsend) college friend comes for a visit.
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Nicholas learns a lesson about stereotypes when he decides to portray Buckwheat for his school's Black History Month presentation.
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A second honeymoon proves disastrous for Robert and Jerri when they learn the price of Wendell's Valentine's Day gift.
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Nicholas must choose between siding with his classmates or with the substitute teacher, who happens to be Wendell.
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The family tries to bring Cece back down to earth when her head swells with conceit after winning a beauty contest.
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Michael becomes attracted to the idea of instant fatherhood when he learns the woman he has been dating has a child.
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Robert forces the children to reconsider the meaning of Christmas when he threatens to cancel the holiday.
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Michael (Kenny Blank) receives a mixed message when Robert (Robert Townsend) fills him in on the facts of life.
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Zaria (Reagan Gomez-Preston) falls for an ex-gang member whom an overprotective Robert (Robert Townsend) helped reform. Guest star: David Michael.
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Robert (Robert Townsend) goes back to school to lecture Wendell's class on the importance of a good education.
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A surprise birthday party triggers Robert's (Robert Townsend) anger toward his father for deserting him as a child. With Kenny Blank, Suzzanne Douglas.
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Nicholas (Curtis Williams Jr.) suffers from Halloween horrors when he hears about the legend of Taxi Man.

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