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.
El-Train may not be able to graduate with the rest of the gang from Manny High.
Chris prepares to give Cassidy a ring at the school Prom, but his gestures are misinterpreted.
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 SATs after his fear and anxiety overwhelm him.
Although rivals on the Pop-A-Shot machine, El-Train and Kianna begin dating; Kianna wins a contest fund-raiser.
Nervous about a baseball scholarship, Jamal is caught 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.
Dawn and Al try to help Ms. Noble give up smoking, and Chris meets Cassidy's father.
Jamal's attempt to recover from being called a chicken backfires after he gets in over his head and Chris gets stabbed trying to help him.
The guy Dawn talked with on the Internet turns out to be El-Train.
Jamal's attempt to transform an old friend from nerd to "cool" backfires when his chum develops an ego.
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.
During a holiday weekend, Chris, Cassidy, Dawn and Al (Scott Whyte, Marissa Dyan, Caitlin Mowrey and Dion Basco) run out of gas while yachting.
El-Train tries to prove that he's not dumb during a science fair; Dawn worries about her ho-hum relationship with Al.
Jamal develops a gambling problem; Cassidy and Dawn use Ms. Noble as the subject of their video project.
Cassidy lands a date to the Valentine Dance; Jamal and the others participate in Ms. Noble's meditation class.
The school turns chaotic when Ms. Noble (Marcella Lowery) loosens the reins to win a popularity contest.
The gang drinks tequila at Cassidy's (Marissa Dyan) house when her parents are out of town. With Wesley Jonathan, Caitlin Mowrey and Scott Whyte. Kiki Melendez guest stars as herself.
Chris' father (guest star Mark Sivertsen) uses his influence to get Chris (Scott Whyte) back in prep school after he fails a midterm.
Al's macho reputation is jeopardized when the newspaper reports that Dawn saved him in a subway fight.
The gang tries to convince Ms. Noble (Marcella Lowery) that wacky subway happenings made them late for class.
Jamal (Wesley Jonathan) realizes that he can be proud of who he is without having to exclude those he cares for.
Students object to the new security system installed at Manny High by going on strike. With Caitlin Mowrey, Marissa Dyan and Dion Basco.
Chris and Jamal are given the chance to fill in for a shock jock who can't make it to the school for his live broadcast.
The kids at Manny High are involved with pen pals in Japan. With Marcella Lowery and Steven Daniel.
Al is jealous when Dawn plans a dance with a new boy in school from California.
Chris leaves the Jazz Posse hanging when he quits to join a rock band.
A rivalry with deejays from another school proves costly when various pranks go awry. With Scott Whyte and Caitlin Mowrey.
Chris and Jamal (Scott Whyte, Wesley Jonathan) create an imaginary person to interview for a school assignment.
Chris thinks about getting revenge against a real-life princess he likes when he sees her kissing someone else.
El-Train, Al and Chris (Steven Daniel, Dion Basco, Scott Whyte) go into business using one of El-Train's inventions.
Ms. Noble (Marcella Lowery) calls off her wedding after Billy's bachelor party pushes her over the edge.
El-Train foils Dawn and Al's attempts to spend time alone together.
Jamal has trouble with a gang member and they decide to settle their differences in student court.
The whole class has to retake a chemistry final after Jamal and Chris lose their cheat sheet.
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 (Caitlin Mowrey) is put in charge of the ballet at school but has difficulty due to her mom's drinking problem.
Jamal and Chris (Wesley Johnson, Scott Whyte) must find a real woman to meet Jamal's father (guest star Ivory Ocean) after their e-mail prank backfires.
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 looks for sympathy and concert tickets, so he fakes an illness.
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 his longtime crush is addicted to drugs when she is suspected of stealing Ms. Nobel's gift money.
The gang works at a toy store; the guys learn a lesson about people with disabilities. With Scott Whyte, Wesley Jonathan and Steven Daniel.
Chris and Dawn (Scott Whyte, Caitlin Mowrey) try to prevent a financially strapped church from becoming a shopping mall.
Jamal's (Wesley Jonathan) empty campaign promises don't win him any fans with the student body. With Steven Daniel.
After Chris (Scott Whyte) begins an internship at an architectural firm, his supervisor (guest star Lisa Pepper) makes a pass at him. With Wesley Jonathan and Caitlin Mowrey.
Romance blossoms between Al and Dawn (Dion Basco, Caitlin Mowrey) after they work together on a science project.
Dawn (Caitlin Mowrey) becomes disillusioned when an immigrant the gang is helping steals from the group.
Chris and Jamal try to generate conflict within the group when they all appear on a reality TV program.
Jamal (Wesley Jonathan) gets jealous over the amount of time Rayna and Chris (Daphnee Lynn DuPlaix, Scott Whyte) spend together for a school project.
El-Train must choose between his volunteerism or an opportunity to work as a professional wrestler.
Jamal (Wesley Jonathan) goes against his father's (guest star Ivory Ocean) wishes when he looks to compete in a local boxing tournament.
Jamal stops a mugging while he is supposedly grounded, so Chris takes credit for him and reaps the rewards.
Jamal's white girlfriend (guest star Amy Leland) has a father (guest star Ken Hanes) who doesn't want her dating an African-American. With Wesley Jonathan.
Trent (guest star Josh Holland) tries to drug Cassidy (Marissa Dyan) at a party when she refuses his sexual advances; El-Train (Steven Daniel) plays chess.
After starting out as partners, Jamal and Chris compete to see who can produce the better student film.
El-Train's (Steven Daniel) song is swiped by his musical hero, Slick Willy Bill (guest star Sherman Hemsley).
Dawn (Caitlin Mowrey) fakes an injury after she overhears the guys (Scott Whyte, Wesley Jonathan, Dion Basco) talking about dropping her from the bowling team.
After a bad game, Jamal decides to quit the baseball team; Dawn wants to oust a politically incorrect mascot.
A fling comes back to haunt Chris, when a girl he met during summer vacation threatens his new relationship with Cassidy.
Gang plans a holiday food-drive for the needy and learns Al's family needs help.
El-Train (Steven Daniel) decides to join the Marines but fails the admissions test, which leads to a discovery.
Jamal (Wesley Jonathan) advises a caller to follow her crush and drop her boyfriend, who turns out to be Al (Dion Basco).
Chris and Jamal (Scott Whyte, Wesley Jonathan) carry out a prank against a rival school that results in Ms. Noble's (Marcella Lowery) resignation.
Cassidy (Marissa Dyan) turns to weight-loss pills to find the energy to take a role in the school play.
Jamal and Chris (Wesley Jonathan, Scott Whyte) find out that being a big brother to little Ernesto (guest star Brandon Baker) can be a real headache.
Chris (Scott Whyte) goes on a date with a caller but is unsure about seeing her because of her clothes.
Jamal (Wesley Jonathan) gets Cassidy (Marissa Dyan) to help set up an unofficial dance on the roof with a famous singing group (guest star 98 Degrees).
El-Train (Steven Daniel) falls back into his old bullying ways until Miss Noble (Marcella Lowery) shows him how far he's come.
Chris (Scott Whyte) blames himself when he learns his parents are divorcing, but his friends help him recover.
Jamal gets robbed and tries to protect himself by carrying a gun, but then accidentally shoots his father.
El-Train (Steven Daniel) leaves his mother and moves in with Chris (Scott Whyte), leaving Chris in a tough predicament.
At Ms. Noble's (Marcella Lowery) urging, Chris (Scott Whyte) faces the school board to protest closing the radio station.
Having fake IDs lands Chris and Jamal (Chris Whyte, Wesley Jonathan) in jail, and Al and El-Train (Dion Basco, Steven Daniel) also end up in the slammer.
A friend from the neighborhood, Mike (guest star Victor Togunde), puts Jamal (Wesley Jonathan) on the spot when he steals from the school.
Principal Noble's (Marcella Lowery) health problems trouble Jamal (Wesley Jonathan) because they remind him of the loss of his mother.
Chris' story about not being in school backfires when the college girl he's dating becomes a student teacher.
Chris and Jamal's foray into football betting goes awry, and they face a school tough looking to collect.
The death of one of Manhattan High's best students (guest star Corey Parker) upsets Jamal (Wesley Jonathan) and the rest of the class.
Jamal and Chris decide to make a movie using the school camera.
The student council race between Dawn and Cassidy (Caitlin Mowrey, Marissa Dyan) heats up; Chris and Jamal (Scott Whyte, Wesley Jonathan) choose sides.
Chris and Jamal (Scott Whyte, Wesley Jonathan) take a Ferrari for a ride without asking permission and end up with big trouble.
Jamal decides to try to get Chris and his disinterested father to communicate better with each other.
Chris and Jamal (Scott Whyte, Wesley Jonathan) compete to "out-date" each other when the first dance of the year is announced.
Alberto (Dion Basco) unknowingly makes drug deliveries for a dealer (Gregory Norman Cruz) and winds up incriminating Chris and Jamal (Scott Whyte, Wesley Jonathan).
Chris and Jamal (Scott Whyte, Wesley Jonathan) have Dawn (Caitlin Mowrey) videotape a field trip so they can skip school and see a basketball game.
Jamal's musical abilities inspire Chris' mother to begin a fund drive for a music department at Manhattan High.
Two teens, Jamal and Chris (Wesley Jonathan, Scott Whyte), develop a friendship but end up in trouble.