Inspired by his childhood experiences, comedian Chris Rock narrates the hilarious, touching story of a teenager named Chris (Tyler James Williams) who struggles to cope with being uprooted to a new neighborhood in Brooklyn, New York and bused for the first-time to a predominantly white middle school two-hours away, while keeping his younger siblings Drew (Tequan Richmond) and Tonya (Imani Hakim) in line at home.
When Rob (guest star Tom Gallop) and Ellen (guest star Leigh-Allyn Baker) admit that they don't have fun playing games with Will (Eric McCormack) and Grace (Debra Messing) because of Grace's competitive nature, Grace works to change her image. However, as Grace loses her competitive edge, Will's emerges and he convinces his partner to care only about winning. Meanwhile, after learning how to administer CPR from Jack (Sean Hayes), Karen (Megan Mullally) saves a workman's life.
Comments made by Surgeon General Dr. Courtney Griffith concerning the medical effects of marijuana appear to reverse the President's stance on legalizing the drug.
Mr. Monk feels he is too over the hill and will never pass the SFPD physical. He finally gives up on his dream of reinstatement and finds it liberating, but a case in which he meets a boxer making a comeback in the ring re-inspires Monk. Robert Loggia and James Lesure guest star.
Cory has never had much success with girls, but he discovers that he has the potential to be a lady's man.
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