Trayvon's foray into documentary filmmaking reveals greed, chaos, angry farmers, and a saboteur pouring bleach in the garden.
Vic has let the complex fall into shambles - with Lloyd acting as manager.
With the garden in danger, our heroes decide to have an online benefit concert with Coolio to raise the money.
While Jesus is on the run, our gang is left to ponder what would Black Jesus do in their shoes.
Fresh from the mental hospital, Jesus is back in Compton looking for a place to stay. He grows concerned when it appears Fish has returned to a life of crime.
Vic plunges into sin courtesy of Lloyd's estranged wife. Meanwhile, the gang shoots a music video for Boonie's latest track, "Side Bitches".
With a little divine influence, Lloyd gets a lucrative job as a liquor spokesman. Success changes Lloyd but not in the ways Jesus had hoped.
When Trayvon's dad hooks them up with free cable, Vic will stop at nothing to spoil the gang's enjoyment of fight night.
Lloyd's wife resurfaces announcing she wants a divorce. Vic is overjoyed, until things get messy. After a visit to the probation office, Fish faces a test of faith.
Fed up with the commercialization of the holiday, Jesus makes a Christmas wish of his own. When it's granted, he's forced to face the unintended consequences of life without divinity.