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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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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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Wendell (Faizon Love) meets the girl (Kym Whitley) of his dreams at a birthday party and begins making wedding plans.
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Zaria (Reagan Gomez-Preston) must decide between winning the gold at a track meet or doing well on her report card.
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Robert's (Robert Townsend) jealousy surges when he finds Jerri's (Suzzanne Douglas) new study partner is a male stripper.
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Nicholas (Curtis Williams Jr.) is accused by his teacher of sexual harassment for kissing a classmate.
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Robert and Michael (Robert Townsend, Kenny Blank) take a trip to Harlem to experience their roots in the "real" 'hood.
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Zaria (Reagan Gomez-Preston) begs Robert (Robert Townsend) to let her go to a rap concert. Guest star: Coolio.
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When Nicholas has trouble with the school bully, Robert decides to confront his own childhood nemesis.
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Robert (Robert Townsend) ruins Zaria's (Reagan Gomez-Preston) latest relationship when he spends more time with her boyfriend than she does.
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In an effort to save money, Robert (Robert Townsend) asks Wendell and Derek (Faizon Love, Bobby McGee) to install his home security system.
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Michael and Zaria's (Kenny Blank, Reagan Gomez-Preston) secret plans for a party blow up in their face.
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Michael (Kenny Blank) learns about the birds and the bees when Robert (Robert Townsend) brings home a college computer program.
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Robert and Jerri (Robert Townsend, Suzzanne Douglas) clash when he invites a chauvinistic professor (guest star Michael Dorn) to dinner.
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Robert (Robert Townsend) ends up in the doghouse when he lets Nicholas (Curtis Williams) get a pet to replace his imaginary friend.
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Michael's (Kenny Blank) latest love interest, Patrice (Dawn Summers), has the hots for Robert (Robert Townsend).
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Robert's (Robert Townsend) elaborate anniversary plans for Jerri (Suzzanne Douglas) are almost ruined. Guest star: Jeffrey Osborne.

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