Penny wishes her twin sisters were old enough to take care of themselves.
Suga Mama manages a struggling baseball team.
Wrestler Mongo is ill, and Oscar must enter the ring to help him out.
Penny learns that a talent show has been fixed.
Penny's opponent in the campaign for school president tries to buy everyone's vote.
Penny and her friends swap households for a school report on different cultures.
Suga Mama enlists Oscar's help after her driver's license expires and she has to take the renewal exam.
Penny and her friends rescue her Papi from a retirement home that makes him farm okra.
Mariah Carey's pet monkey accidentally gets switched with Oscar's Mr. Chips at the veterinarian's office.
At rehearsals for the debutante ball, Penny meets a well-mannered young man.
Penny is accused of stealing a watch from the store where she works.
Oscar thinks Suga Mama's new beau (Smokey Robinson) is after her money.
Suga Mama's sister, Spice, comes to town and scams Oscar out of money.
Penny and her pals become junior camp counselors.
Dijonay tries to make Sticky jealous by asking out the new kid from Hawaii.
Dijonay sneaks out to a 3rd Storee concert, leaving Penny alone to baby-sit Bebe, Cece and Dijonay's 10 siblings.
Penny adopts a homeless duck that causes chaos with her family.
Suga Mama beats Oscar to win a snack contest; Oscar plots revenge.
Penny learns what life would be like without parents.
Penny gives her chance to win a million dollars to Oscar.
When Penny gets in trouble doing a school exposé, her parents send her to boot camp.
Penny helps her friend Michael defend himself when he is called a sissy.
Penny and her friends take a martial-arts class.
The Proud and Boulevardez families get lost on a joint camping trip.
The Prouds hire the perfect nanny.
Penny campaigns to put her favorite show back on the air.
Trudy's and Oscar's families come to visit, but they end up arguing.
Penny and Dijonay go head to head in a spoken-word competition.
The twins' first birthday party goes haywire.
The Prouds discover their house may be haunted.
Penny and her friends get a record deal offer, but Penny would rather perform solo.
Penny wins the part in a school play and develops a crush on her fellow cast member.
Trudy and Penny join their friends on a dance show.
Penny stands up to the neighborhood bullies.
Sticky starts to hang with a group of bullies and steals the clues to a scavenger hunt.
A St. Valentine's Day crush on Penny results in graffiti around school.
Penny bumps her head and is transported to 1955.
Boulevardez house burns down; Sunset, Lacienega, Papi and Flex move into the Prouds' house.
Penny and Lacienega have house parties, but Penny refuses to play games.
After Penny and her friends give Zoey a makeover, Nubia insists they give her sister Olei a makeover as well.
When the Prouds invite a homeless family over for Christmas dinner, the family stays for the seven days of Kwanzaa.
Penny goes on a shopping spree after receiving her own credit card; Oscar and Felix target a mouse for extermination.
The Proud family loses Suga Mama's beloved poodle Puff; Oscar and Trudy shop for an armoire.
When Penny sneaks out to an amusement park with her friends, she's paired with a rotund boy named Carlos.
Penny discovers that her teacher, Ms. Dinkins, holds a longstanding grudge against her grandmother; Oscar and Trudy try to get Bebe and Cece into a private preschool.
Penny joins the boys football team, but the coach refuses to let her play until he has no choice but to put her in the big game.
Penny becomes obsessed with a new boy and his Napster-like Website, and a mania for free music torpedoes the economy.
Oscar enters Penny in a spelling bee and drills her relentlessly, hoping to relive his glory days as a spelling bee champion.
Penny connects with a tiger while spending the day with her mom at the veterinary clinic; the boys peddle ice cream.
Penny plays host to a sleepover that turns into a rowdy party and generates rumors that she kissed a nerdy classmate.
Penny and her friends strike for bigger allowances, leaving their chores undone and forming a "teen-city.".
Penny, a 14-year-old black girl, navigates her "tween-dom" years. This episode: cheerleading tryouts.