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A black teen in Brooklyn during the early 1980s attends a mostly white school in a sitcom 'inspired by the childhood experiences' of comedian Chris Rock, who produced and narrates the series. Bolstered by a soundtrack that beautifully evokes the '80s, the (more…)
Premiered: September 24, 2006
During the last week of school, Chris is informed that if he gets one more tardy he will have to repeat the 10th grade.
As punishment for Chris' disruption of history class, Chris and his classmates are given the assignment of memorizing a famous speech from World War II and reciting it in front of the class. A customer puts a voodoo hex on Rochelle after Rochelle refuses to give the customer a refund on her services.
Chris works up the courage to ask Tasha to be his girlfriend and is surprised when she accepts. Unfortunately, Chris had no clue that being a boyfriend entailed giving up all his free time and only doing things that Tasha wants to do.
Chris decides to take a stand against his mother, Rochelle, and refuses to do his household chores, causing Rochelle to complain to Julius that her son is disrespecting her. Meanwhile, Mr. Omar thinks he's dying and decides to start saying whatever is on his mind.