Al lands an advertising job where he tries to come up with nonviolent approaches to promoting a toy gun.
The gang spends their last day together at the diner reliving old times before going off to college.
The gang graduates from Manny High.
Cassidy thinks Chris is giving her an engagement ring.
The new Manny High TV department takes listeners away from the Noontime Getdown, so Chris and Jamal set out to sabotage the production.
Dawn realizes that things don't always stay the same when the gang finds out Noble is retiring.
After a near fatal accident, Jamal, Chris and El-Train go through some life changes.
Jamal's girlfriend starts modeling and is a big hit with the guys around school.
Noble confronts the gang about the rift they're having with Jamal and Chris.
El-Train discovers new-found fame when he starts doing freestyle poetry at a local cafe.
With their radio show, Jamal and Chris convince most of Manny High that the school election is pointless.
El-Train decides not to take the SAT's out of anxiety.
Although rivals on the Pop-A-Shot machine, El-Train and Kianna begin dating; Kianna wins a contest fund-raiser.
Jamal gets busted for trying to buy steroids.
El-Train's single mother and Jamal's widowed father begin dating.
A prominent Broadway director is hitting on the lead actresses in the play.
Rosie makes many mistakes while waitressing at the diner, and Jamal has to fire her.
Dawn meets Chris' old prep school buddy, Jack, and they start dating.
Jamal and Chris skip out on a charity radio show to participate in Senior Ditch Day.
Al and El-Train get internships at a record company; Dawn and Cassidy are assigned to be Miss Noble's assistant principals.
Jamal ditches Chris as his dance partner in favor of his more talented nemesis for a summer tour audition.
Dawn has trouble accepting that Al has started dating a new girl so soon after their breakup.
Cassidy's father does not approve of her dating Chris.
A gang member starts trouble with Jamal.
The guy Dawn talked with on the Internet turns out to be El-Train.
Jamal encounters a childhood friend who is a nerd.
An old girlfriend of Chris' shows up and she and Cassidy hit it off, but Cassidy becomes jealous and thinks Chris is cheating on her.
The gang runs out of gas while yachting.
El-Train enters an invention competition.
The guys try to make extra money gambling.
The gang prepares for the Valentine Dance.
Ms. Noble loosens up in hopes of winning a most-popular-principal contest.
The gang sleeps at Cassidy's house.
Midterm exams cause stress.
An article in the school newspaper ruins Al's macho reputation.
Bizarre events on the subway make the gang late for school.
Jamal's uncle inspires him to be proud of his heritage.
The school adopts new security measures.
Chris and Jamal are offered a radio show.
The gang helps Japanese pen-pals affected by an earthquake.
Al is jealous when Dawn plans a dance with a new boy in school from California.
Chris quits the Jazz Posse to pursue playing in a rock band.
Chris and Jamal's rivalry with other DJs escalates.
Chris and Jamal make up a fake uncle for Jamal and pretend to interview him for a history paper.
Chris falls for a teenage celebrity who seeks his help while fleeing paparazzi.
The friends decide to form a business.
The gang helps with Ms. Noble's wedding plans.
El-Train foils Dawn and Al's attempts to spend time alone together.
Jamal has trouble with a gang member.
Jamal and Chris make cheat sheets for the chemistry final.
Chris and Jamal befriend a fellow student to help them do well in class.
Al believes his status as a star athlete affords him special treatment.
Dawn's mother shows up drunk at the school ballet.
Jamal and Chris invent a secret admirer to cheer up Mr. Grant.
Dawn arranges an overnight fast on the school roof to raise money for a worthy cause, but the gang sneaks off during the night.
All reminisce about the time they have spent together; clips from past shows.
Al fakes illness to get tickets to a sold-out concert.
Dawn and Chris (Caitlin Mowrey, Scott Whyte) encounter a youth who needs her dad; Al and Jamal (Dion Basco, Wesley Jonathan) try to make some money.
El-Train learns that his new girlfriend has a drug problem.
Tommy shows that a wheelchair user is restricted more by those who see the boy as disabled.
Chris and Dawn campaign to save a church from being turned into a mall.
El-Train challenges Jamal to run against him in the upcoming school elections.
Chris' internship supervisor threatens to give him a bad grade if he does not accept her advances.
Al and Dawn find an unexpected romance when they team for a science project.
The friends volunteer to help foreigners adjust to living in America.
The friends move in together as part of a reality television show.
Ms. Noble pairs students for a class project on marriage.
El-Train must choose between his volunteerism or an opportunity to work as a professional wrestler.
Jamal competes in a boxing tournament despite his father's wishes.
Jamal uses his newly developed self-defense skills to stop a mugging.
The father of Jamal's new girlfriend has a problem with her dating a black person.
Cassidy's boyfriend tries to take advantage of her at a party.
Jamal and Chris compete to see who can make a better movie.
El-Train's musical hero steals a song he wrote.
The guys consider dropping Dawn from the team when they prepare for a bowling tournament.
Jamal decides to quit the baseball team after one bad game.
Chris's old girlfriend from Greece shows up just as he begins a relationship with Cassidy.
Gang plans a holiday food-drive for the needy and learns Al's family needs help.
El-Train decides to drop out of school to join the Marines.
Jamal advises a radio caller on her relationship; El-Train tries to signal aliens.
Ms. Noble decides to quit after Chris and Jamal defy her by pulling a prank.
Cassidy takes pills to function; competition flares for control of the school radio show.
Chris and Jamal become Big Brothers to a boy who is a handful of trouble.
Chris dates one of his radio-show callers who shows up in 'goth' garb.
The gang tries to hold a secret dance on the school roof; musical guest 98 Degrees.
El-Train reverts to his old ways after beating up a bully.
Chris blames himself when he learns his parents are getting a divorce.
After being robbed while closing the diner, Jamal buys a gun illegally in order to protect himself.
El-Train has a fight with his mother and moves in with Chris.
Chris and Jamal become popular disc jockeys at the school radio station.
Chris and Jamal land in jail after getting caught with fake IDs.
Jamal's troublemaking friend steals the school's video camera.
Principal Noble has surgery; Jamal recalls his mother's death.
Chris' lie backfires when he dates a college girl who becomes a student teacher.
Chris and Jamal get in trouble making book with the school bully.
Jamal's friend (Corey Parker) is killed by a drunken driver.
Dirty politics mar the student council election forcing Ms. Noble to intervene.
Angry Chris drives his father's prized car without permission.
The families react when the teens get in trouble at school.
The guys seek dates for the first school dance of the year.
The pals find out Alberto is unknowingly making a drug dealer's deliveries.
Chris and Jamal skip a school field trip to attend a Knicks game.
Chris' mother (Susan Anton) wants to raise funds for a school music program.
A street-smart Harlem teen and an uptown preppy lock horns in their new school.