Riley becomes the maligned target of gay rights groups after he calls his classmate "gay." In these sensitive times when everyone is offended by everything, Riley really has to watch what he says, even when his apology may upset people.
Civil Rights pioneers: Martin Luther King Jr., Malcolm X... Robert Freeman? A young reluctant Granddad is held as an unwilling freedom rider by Revered Sturdy Harris, on a trip through the racist South. Despite his attempts to "turn the bus around" Granddad is led into dangerous territory. This isn't Woodcrest anymore. Dennis Haysbert guest stars as Reverend Sturdy Harris.
If it's fun to do bad things, then Riley is having the best time ever with juvenile felon Lamilton Taeshawn. But when Lamilton wants to prove he has the "juice", the good times come to a shocking end. Will Riley "know the ledge"? Well anyone get these movie references?
Riley takes over the school candy bar hustle and floods the block with sugar. But when the competition comes looking for payback, it's all out war for control of the chocolate covered streets. Will the sweet life take Riley under?
Having conquered his fear of prison rape, Tom volunteers to lead Huey, Riley, and some classmates on a trip to jail as part of a "Scared Stiff" program. But when a riot breaks out, Tom has to get the kids, and his delicate backside, out of jail in one piece.
Granddad finds a Black woman so beautiful and charming not even Ruckus can hate her. Ebony Brown is perfect in every way . . . so is this the end of Granddad's long, sad, desperate search for a woman? Not if he can help it.
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