A group of city boys who stick together through thick and thin, Fat Albert and the Cosby Kids show us that if you put your imagination to work, you can achieve anything!
When a family in need shows up at their clubhouse on Christmas Eve, Fat Albert and the guys offer to lend a helping hand. But when Tyrone, the grumpy junkyard owner, steps in, their good deeds could turn into a bad situation.
While Fat Albert and the Cosby kids give old Mudfoot’s home a surprise cleaning on Easter, Rudy decides to play a trick on his friends. Things get serious when Rudy’s practical joke backfires and Mudfoot ends up in the hospital!
After a night filled with more tricking than treating, Rudy and his friend plan one last prank for spooky Mrs. Bakewell. But when two of the kids disappear into the old widow’s house, Fat Albert and the crew set out to find their missing friends.
Fat Albert gets a job feeding 'Marvin the Elephant' at the local zoo and seems to be coping well - juggling school, homework and his new responsibility - that is until his Aunt Sally falls ill.
When the school Journalism Class goes away on a field trip, Fat Albert and the Cosby kids are asked to take their place and create the school newspaper.
Weird Harold's Uncle Marcus moves in with his family and Weird Harold has to share his bedroom with him. Weird Harold is having difficulties adjusting to sharing his personal space with his Uncle and his different taste in music
Fat Albert and the Cosby kids have to do a school project on people in the neighbourhood. They go to the public TV station and borrow equipment to film people in the community.
Richard, a classmate at the kids' school, is ashamed to let people know that he likes poetry. Rudy finds out and teases him about his poetry, but Fat Albert encourages him not to be afraid to let people know of his passion.
Dumb Donald's is struggling with his schoolwork - especially in Math. Miss Wucher speaks to him regarding his grades, as she is concerned that if he doesn't work harder at school that he may not be able to go on to the next grade.
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