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Josh defends Dinah’s honor when her friend Eric begins spreading rumours about her.
Russell and Claire attempt to restore a mansion and the lives of the family who call it home, including a girl whose mother won’t recognize her health problems.
The Greenes become a target for racists.
Josh sets out on the road by himself to help a troubled friend. Meanwhile Russell accidently gets mixed up with a con artist.
A landlord allows the Greenes to move into a run-down house rent free on the condition that Russell fixes up the place.
Josh is recued by a homeless boy after he is attacked by a group of thugs, prompting Russell and Claire to help the homeless family.
Josh learns that his girlfriend has a 2 year old son. Meanwhile, Claire and Russell must decide whether or not to remain in Denver.
Russell becomes the object of a young drug addict’s affection when he volunteers at a local youth shelter, while L.T. is between a rock and a hard place when his gangster friends give him an ultimatum – help with a drug deal or live in fear.
Claire serves on a jury.
L.T.’s estranged father, Lawrence Sr. shows up and announces he’s dying of prostate cancer. Meanwhile Russell goes to the doctor for an overdue physcial.
L.T.’s anger at his father nearly gets him expelled from school. Meanwhile, Dinah brings a quirky friend to a school costume party.
With Lawrence’s death imminent, Russell tries to teach L.T. about forgiveness. Meanwhile some parents oppose Claire’s plan to help pregnant teens.
L.T. interprets Claire’s silence as racism when she fails to tell him that his new girlfriend isn’t really a high-school student.
Russell risks losing a wealthy volunteer at the teen shelter when he tells her to stop throwing money around and explains how the money could really help the kids. Meanwhile, Dinah’s boyfriend pressures her to spend the night with him.
Claire worries that Josh’s involvement with Bobbie could be a problem. Margot is hit by a car but her mother refuses to visit her in the hospital. Meanwhile, L.T.’s award-winning play is disqualified for its subject matter.
Russell and L.T. try to help out a woman to break away from her life of crime after her gang leader demands that she shoot a rival gang member and threatens to kill her and her family if she refuses.
L.T. dates a white girl, and Margot and her mom deal with their issues.
L.T. is surprised to learn that the homeless man who stole his camera is actually a once-renowned landscape photographer.