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Calvin is jealous of Juicy knowing more about cars than him.
Sanchez lords over the distribution of victuals after New Year's Eve brings a power outage and food shortage to the Hilton-Jacobs Projects.
Thurgood makes a deal to place a cigarette advertisement on the side of the Hilton-Jacobs building in exchange for free air-conditioning.
Thurgood balks at telling Muriel of Juicy's crush on her, since she thinks all of Juicy's thoughtful presents to her are from her husband.
Would-be bluesmen Thurgood, Walter, Jimmy and Sanchez get stranded in the urban wastelands of the South South Side on the way to the gig of their dreams.
Thurgood fears his job is at risk when he discovers a homeless teenager living in the boiler room.
To warn Sharique of the dangers of being an entrepreneur in the projects, Thurgood tells her about a cleaning solution he invented, Formula Forty-O Nine, and how a big corporation tried to take advantage of his accidental brilliance.
Residents of the Hilton-Jacobs Projects are split into two rival tribes--one led by Muriel and one by Thurgood--for a televised competition, Survival: In tha Hood, sponsored by H.U.D.
Mrs. Avery's new zest for life after surviving a heart attack leads her to challenge champs Bebe and Jimmy in a local dance contest. Meanwhile, Thurgood refuses to enter the competition with Muriel.
In the second season finale, Thurgood gets accepted for a new credit card, but his complete ignorance as to how credit works gets him buried in debt.
Jimmy cashes in on his American Indian ancestry when he opens a casino in the projects.
Series finale. Thurgood talks about his life making the show to an interviewer, with clips from past episodes used to illustrate his points. This episode is done from a lack-of-fourth .. show full overview
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