Remember "Yes We Can"? No, you don't? A German documentary follows the Freeman family from the election to the Inauguration of the country's first Black President, giving us a look back at the hope and change that already feels like ancient history.
When the Chinese call in some old debts, Ed Wuncler is forced to gamble all of Woodcrest's economic fortunes on a kickball game with its sister city, Wushung, China. Kickball legend Huey Freeman is to come out of self-imposed exile from the game to do battle with the red ball one last time. It's a kickball game to end all kickball games.
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?
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.