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At the end of the 8th grade, Mrs.Morello hands out the Grade Eight Perficiency Assesment Test (GEPA) and Chris doesn’t study so he thinks it doesn’t count. So, he purposely does bad on the test, which makes him See Mr. Avich, the guidance counselor, who tries to get Chris into a special needs class
Caruso is beat up by one of Chris’s classmates. As a result, the absence of Caruso’s power throws the entire school into chaos.
Julius allows Chris to park the family car across the street, but he takes the car to school instead. Meanwhile, Rochelle goes to court to dispute a speeding ticket.
Chris is allowed to get a dog after the house is robbed. The dog turns out to be impossible to train, until Chris discovers that the dog only understands Spanish.
Since the rest of the family is sick, Chris is forced to spend a few nights at Mr. Omar’s apartment, where he discovers Richard Pryor for the first time.
After Chris’s first article for the school paper is rejected, he creates a bogus story about a serial killer in Bed-Stuy–which only gets him in more trouble.
Greg’s friendship with Chris is put to the test when he spends the week at Chris’s house, and Julius has an eventful first week as a taxicab driver.
After Chris tests poorly on a standard exam, his teacher refers him to the school’s guidance counselor.
When a second black kid enrolls in Chris’s school, the two become fast friends, which makes Greg jealous. Julius becomes nervous when the IRS gives the family a larger-than-expected tax refund.
Julius talks the family into celebrating Kwanza instead of Christmas this year because Kwanza is cheaper. Meanwhile, Chris helps Kill Moves find his mother as part of his school Christmas assignment.
The family plans to go to a relative’s funeral in South Carolina, but Chris and Julius lose the ticket money to a three-card monte dealer.
Chris models himself after a popular rapper and takes on a bad boy persona in order to impress Tasha. Julius gets the family a free dinner at an expensive restaurant, but the restaurant is less than hospitable.
Chris tries to get himself invited to a spin-the-bottle party so that he can get a chance to kiss Tasha. He winds up kissing another girl, which only causes unforeseen problems.
Chris plans to take Tasha to an Easter pageant after she breaks up with her boyfriend; Rochelle seeks to win the hat competition at church.
Chris accompanies Drew as they skip school to get Wayne Gretzky’s autograph for Drew.
Chris accepts a $250 Black Funeral Directors scholarship from Mr. Omar so that he can pay for Run-DMC concert tickets, but he gets more than he bargained for.
Malvo is out of prison. But instead of coming after Chris, he asks for his help in getting him into high school. Julius and Drew put a wager on a Mets/Dodgers series, and Tanya’s new friend uses her as an alibi to lie to her mom.
Chris tries to enlist Julius to help him collect cans for an Earth Day project. Meanwhile, Tonya is reprimanded at school while mimicking her mother, causing Rochelle to try and stop yelling anymore.
Chris and Greg try to become cool, and Chris gets suspended from school when Greg is busted with a cigarette and blames it on Chris. And that’s where the real trouble begins for him.
Chris catches a lot of grief for asking a white girl from his class to the ninth grade dance, so he backs out of it, which only makes things worse. Julius and Drew help out a relative starting a business, and Tanya takes up ballet.
Chris buys a knock-off version of an expensive perfume from Risky as a Mother’s Day present, and Rochelle gets a rash from it. Julius discovers that he talked Drew into giving away an old toy that is worth $150.
Chris tries to get accepted into the Bronx Science Academy so that he can go to high school with Greg, Julius helps his brother start a Mix Tape business not knowing that they’re illegal, and Drew helps Tanya with her ballet recital.