JB (Ryan Sommers Baum) turns to Kayla and Jett (Kerry Duff, Lee Thompson Young) for advice on how to tell Holly how he really feels about her.
Jeff beats Wood at a game of basketball; Wood turns 40; Silverstone learns how stressful Artemus' job is.
While manning a hotline, Kayla and JB (Kerry Duff, Ryan Sommers Baum) become obsessed with bringing two shy teens together. With Lee Thompson Young.
Silverstone (Lee Thompson Young) races to save Artemus' (Nigel Shawn-Williams) life; Jett turns to his friends when he loses his first love.
Artemus is hit by a poisoned dart; Kayla must face her feelings for Jett when he falls for someone else.
Jett's mother, Jules (guest star Melanie Nicholls-King), directs an episode of "Silverstone"; JB (Ryan Sommers Baum) takes inventory at the store. With Lee Thompson Young.
Booker urges the townspeople to take pride in Wilsted and beat the town of Usherton in their annual competition.
Riley discovers that her big sister is bulimic; Silverstone pretends to be hypnotized by Hypnoto's latest commercial.
Jett (Lee Thompson Young) wonders if he really understands what it means to be a young black man in the United States.
Jett relives a miserable day over and over again until he gets it right.
When Jett's character goes under cover as a roadie for Destiny's Child, he believes that singer Beyonce has a crush on him.
When JB (Ryan Sommers Baum) withdraws from the race for student body president, Kayla (Kerry Duff) decides to run in his place. With Lee Thompson Young.
While on a camping trip, Cubby forgets to set his parking brake and his car goes over a cliff. With Lee Thompson Young and Gordon Greene.
JB (Ryan Sommers Baum) feels guilty when he is mistakenly lionized for rescuing a woman from a burning house.
When Jett heads to the beach with Kayla, JB and Cubby, he's pressured into competing in a dune-buggy race.
Cubby is Kayla and JB's new driver's-education instructor; Silverstone and Hawke take a new spy vehicle for a spin.
When Kayla accidentally sends an e-mail flaming Mr. Dupree, she lands in detention along with JB and Jett.
Wood (Gordon Greene) is forced to discharge his weapon, while Jett (Lee Thompson Young) balks at the use of guns on the Silverstone set.
Cubby (Jeffrey Douglas) returns to high school; Silverstone (Lee Thompson Young) must foil an assassination attempt on the U.S. president.
At her first art show, Kayla comes face to face with the reality of being the child of a biracial marriage.
Jett's great-grandmother battles ageism; Silverstone fights a villain who is trying to hypnotize the world's adults.
After frequently catching his parents together, Jett comes to believe that they are going to reunite.
Booker is offered a job in Raleigh, N.C.; Silverstone and his partner baby-sit the director's 11-year-old son.
JB's (Ryan Sommers Baum) family store competes with a nearby mall; Jett and Kayla (Lee Thompson Young, Kerry Duff) supervise a raucous group of children.
Jett trades wisecracks with the new girl, until they meet on the basketball court during a school dance.
Jett joins the debate team to impress a girl; on "Silverstone," a computer hacker tries to crack a security code.
When Jett's TV show is cancelled, he must choose between remaining in North Carolina or returning to California.
Jett, Kayla, JB and Booker (Lee Thompson Young, Ryan Sommers Baum, Kerry Duff, Andrew Tarbet) all have conflicting stories about what happened during a bank robbery.
An embarrassed JB (Ryan Sommers Baum) is reluctant to introduce his father to his classmates and their fathers. With Lee Thompson Young.
Jett is tempted to use the martial arts skills he learned for his role as Silverstone against a bully.
Jett (Lee Thompson Young) is bitten by a rattlesnake when the gang hunts for gold outside of Wilsted. With Ryan Sommers Baum and Kerry Duff.
Kayla becomes a reluctant finalist in an art contest; Silverstone and Artemus go on assignment together.
When Riley's bossy mother comes to Wilsted, Jett helps Riley stand up for herself; Hawk is sent on a solo assignment.
Jett (Lee Thompson Young) discovers that his great-great grandfather was wrongly accused of setting a church fire.
JB and Kayla try to get an interview with a reclusive actor while shooting a documentary on the "Silverstone" set.
Jett (Lee Thompson Young) feels ambivalent about his dad (Gordon Green) going on a date for the first time since his divorce.
Jett fails a science exam and cheats on the makeup test when he realizes he may have to give up "Silverstone.".
When Jett (Lee Thompson Young) gets an opportunity to record a single, his image is revamped by a pushy publicist.
While Jett tries to reunite Miz Coretta with her old flame, JB and Kayla search for the perfect Christmas gift.
Jett (Lee Thompson Young) goes to the hospital to have his appendix removed and gives a young patient a Thanksgiving he will never forget.
When Jett makes an appearance on "Live -- Regis & Kathie Lee," he takes Kayla and JB on their first trip to New York.
Jett is torn when his English teacher, Mr. Dupree, is suspended for teaching a banned book, "Fahrenheit 451.".
After Jett is caught cheating in a charity golf tournament, he agrees to a grudge match against rock star Beauregard.
When Jett and JB (Lee Thompson Young, Ryan Sommers Baum) get jobs as camp counselors, they must retrieve a prized totem pole.
Jett (Lee Thompson Young) promises an appearance by Britney Spears (guest starring as herself) at the Halloween dance but may not be able to deliver.
Jett (Lee Thompson Young) worries that Silverstone's obnoxious new partner (guest star Lindy Booth) will take over his show and his life.
Jett and JB learn about responsibility while baby-sitting Booker's bird, which escapes and flies away.
Jett's mom (Melanie Nicholls-King) is disappointed when he can't find the time to go to the county fair with her. With Lee Thompson Young.
JB (Ryan Sommers Baum) agrees to tutor the most-popular girl in school, if she will pretend that they are dating. With Lee Thompson Young.
Jett spreads himself too thin when he takes on the demanding role of Julius Caesar in the high-school play.
Jett (Lee Thompson Young) writes an episode of "Silverstone" that features a small town like Wilsted.
When Jett (Lee Thompson Young) buys the local minor league baseball team, he hires an eccentric woman (guest star Eartha Kitt) to manage the team.
When Jett's stunt double shows an interest in Kayla (Kerry Duff), Jett is forced to confess his feelings for her. With Lee Thompson Young.
JB (Ryan Sommers Baum) gets stars in his eyes after Jett (Lee Thompson Young) turns down a movie role so he can enjoy summer vacation.
JB, Booker Murray and Jett investigate mysterious accidents on the set.
The editor of the school newspaper threatens to publish the contents of Jett's (Lee Thompson Young) journal.
The tabloids turn Jett's (Lee Thompson Young) failure to make the football team into front-page news.
Sparks fly between Cubby, the special effects wizard for "Silverstone," and Jett's comely science teacher.
Jett and JB try to convince Delilah that Silverstone and Jett are different people.
When Kayla's father is accused of stealing, Jett goes under cover with the help of a makeup artist and special-effects wizard.
Jett's mother, Hollywood actress Jules Jackson (Melanie Nicholls-King), blows into town and causes havoc.
Jett (Lee Thompson Young) gives JB and Kayla (Ryan Sommers Baum, Kerry Duff) a tour of his show's set, and they take a flying saucer prop for a spin.
Jett (Lee Thompson Young) learns to appreciate his father's (Gordon Greene) outdoor skills when they take a fishing trip.
Jett finds it hard to keep his status as a star and his life separate.
Teenage TV star Jett Jackson (Lee Thompson Young) moves to rural North Carolina looking for a normal life. With Ryan Sommers Baum.