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An affluent family's world is turned upside down when their nephew, an aspiring hip-hop star, moves in unannounced.

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Dylan tries to help Charlie with his homework, but his unconventional style comes to a head when Dylan gets into a rap battle with their teacher.
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Rebecca is being bullied online; this causes Dylan to encourage Martin to respond to some of the posts; but Martin's posts are not anonymous and the family must deal with the fallout.
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Dylan writes a serious rap about his mom, prompting Martin to read his diary to find out if he's doing OK; Dylan catches him in the act, triggering an escalating run of each family member invading the others' privacy.
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As Myles and Yasmine sort out the truth behind a lie that spun out control, Dylan helps them plan payback on Rebecca before she gets home.
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After failing to get approval to go to the school dance, Rebecca tells her date that she can't go because her grandmother has died; the lie leads to a series of misunderstandings within the family.
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Dylan doesn't want to attend school and does whatever it takes to avoid going, including convincing little Charlie not to go either.
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The kids help Myles plan Yasmine's big dinner at the house for her boss; while Myles struggles to write a speech in honor of his wife, the kids throw out the catered food and plan their own menu.
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Dylan has trouble adjusting to the Wilson family's rules, leading to confrontation with his uncle that makes him feel unwanted.
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Yasmine's celebrity client DJ Khaled visits, presenting Dylan with a golden opportunity to prove his rap credentials and score a record deal.
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Young Dylan arrives at his relatives' home needing a place to live, but his streetwise swagger upends the conservative Wilson household.

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