Riley's favorite rapper Gangstalicious is shot and hospitalized in Woodcrest. When he goes to visit the rapper he finds more than he anticipated... like maybe rappers that make songs like "Thugin' Luv" aren't necessarily as tough as they seem. Go figure.
When Martin Luther King comes out of a coma after 32 years and finds himself thrust into the 21st century and life in the post-September 11 era, his "turn the other cheek" philosophy quickly takes him from beloved national hero to despised terrorist sympathizer.
Granddad opens "The Itis," the first and only soul food restaurant in Woodcrest. White people never expected it. They also didn't expect high cholesterol, heart disease and obesity.
Huey has to stop Riley and a small gang of misfit idiots from nabbing the talk show deity, Oprah.