The Proud Family
Penny's got the last spot on the cheerleading squad locked up-that is until Dijonay's preschool friend, Lacienega, shows up, and show's her up. To make matters worse Lacienega and the rest of the Boulevardez family have moved in across the street. When Penny has enough of Lacienega's vicious taunting, she mistakenly enlists the Gross sisters' help and must then save Lacienega from their wicked plan. Meanwhile, Oscar becomes obsessed with Mr. Boulevardez' amazing home theater.
When Penny discovers that she and her friends don't have even enough money for the Gross sisters to steal, she decides to organize a neighborhood strike for more allowance. With chores left undone, the standoff begins, and the kids decide to form their own 'teen-city' where they'll build their own shelters and live off the land. When morale quickly erodes, Penny soon finds herself out on strike alone. A conciliatory visit from Oscar makes Penny realize that allowance isn't a right but a privilege, and she also learns she's a lot like her dad-stubborn.
Penny tries to stop a rumor. She learns that rumors come and go and what's important is that she knows the truth. Trudy drags Oscar to her veterinarian awards banquet.
It's 'take your daughters to work day' and Penny decides that a day spent with any other mom would be far more interesting than a day with her own. Determined to reconnect with her daughter, Trudy drags Penny to her veterinarian clinic where she ends up curing an ailing circus tiger whose thoughts she can somehow hear. When the tiger escapes the circus in a desperate attempt to go home, Penny turns to the one person on whom she knows she can depend, her mom, to help send the tiger back to India. Meanwhile, Oscar, his brother Bobby, and Felix peddle ice cream at the Wizard Kelly All-star game.
Wizard Kelly sponsors a spelling bee and Oscar enters Penny so he can relive his days as spelling bee champ. Oscar gets caught up in having Penny win that he hinders the contest.
Penny's obsession with a cool, new boy turns into an obsession with a website he created. Knowledge of the website spreads like wildfire and soon kids all over the world are downloading free music and depriving the record companies of their income. When the economic downturn hits Proud Snacks, Penny realizes she shouldn't have let Mega's coolness blind her to what is right and wrong.
Relatable stories, good role models, zany comedy.
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