Huey has to stop Riley and a small gang of misfit idiots from nabbing the talk show deity, Oprah.
Riley's affinity for graffiti goes too far when neighbors wake up to giant murals on their homes. Maybe a sweet natured, psycho war vet art teacher can help reel him in.
When Granddad's oldest friend dies, the Freemans go back home and both Granddad and Huey have to learn to put the past behind them.
While Ruckus spreads the word of White Jesus to get into White Heaven, Huey tries desperately to save his friend from death row.
Granddad forces the kids to sneak into the long awaited sequel for Soul Plane 2. What follows is bootlegging, nunchucks, and twenty dollar popcorn - everything a day at the movies should be.
Granddad's nemesis, Colonel H. Stinkmeaner, returns from hell to seek vengence on the Freemans and picks an unlikely vessel in poor Tom.
A superstar rap group moves in across the street and records a diss record about Granddad after a neighborly disagreement escalates into full blown rap beef.
Granddad invites a total stranger to the house for the weekend and has the nerve to act surprised when she turns out to be completely insane.
Riley finally gets what he's always wanted - a platinum and diamond chain - only to have it snatched by the local bully. Afraid of disappointing his new crew, Riley will stop a nothing to recover his chain and rep.
Riley joins Tom's little league basketball team and learns there's more to the game than flashy moves... there's crushing, humiliating defeat.
It's never appropriate.
This is starting to feel shoe-horned in now.
Siri seems to know quite a bit about the Freemans.
Like begets like.
Cindy McPhearson is a gangsta.
Thugnificent branches out.
Thugnificent discovers politics and pitches in.
He just needs to crash for a few days.
The Freemans get a new neighbor.
Huey has troubling news but Grandad is busy.
Cheddar biscuits cloud Robert's mind to the obvious.
People have very different opinions about urine.