Everybody Hates Chris

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Season 1
Chris joins the school basketball team even though he can't play, but a failed pop quiz threatens to get him dropped.
When Chris' mother Rochelle hires the girl next door to tutor Drew in maths, Chris sees this as an ideal chance to impress her, but someone else may have the same intentions.
Chris and his family move to Bed-Stuy and Chris attends a predominantly white middle school where he meets his new friend, Greg and ends up in the crosshairs of the school bully, Joey Caruso.
When Julius decides that the best Father's Day gift he can receive is spending the day alone, an upset Rochelle decides to take the kids out to places Julius would never go.
When Chris's teacher announces a school cookie-selling competition to raise money for a field trip to Washington, Chris panics and turns to the Bed-Stuy crooks for selling tips.
Chris finds Julius' copy of 'Playboy', takes it to school and charges kids to look, but disaster strikes when Joey Caruso steals it.
Hoping to finally out-perform his brother, Chris convinces his parents to let him take up karate lessons. Meanwhile, Tonya goes with Rochelle to the beautician and discovers the fun of gossiping.
The daily beatings at his school have Chris wanting to change schools, but when Julius and Rochelle won't let him change, Chris resorts to attempts at getting himself expelled.
After Rochelle's father (Jimmie Walker) dies unexpectedly, Julius and the kids grow increasingly concerned that Rochelle acts as though nothing is wrong.
When Chris gets an F in maths on his report card, he resorts to desperate measures to hide the bad grade from his parents.
At the neighbourhood corner shop, Chris claims to be the greatest Asteroids player in Bed Stuy, until he meets his match and has to defend his title.
While all the other kids at school are exchanging Valentine's Day cards, Chris receives a series of 'I hate you cards' from the school bully.
Chris tries to put together the right outfit for the school picture in order to convince the other kids that he's cool. Meanwhile, Rochelle tries to earn extra money selling cosmetics from home.
After deciding to buy a leather jacket, Chris goes to work with his dad to earn money and quickly learns the value of a dollar.
When the water heater breaks in their house, Julius and Rochelle must tell Chris that they can't afford to buy him the new Walkman cassette player that he wants for Christmas.
Tired of constantly being blamed for Tonya's mischief, Chris decides to hang out and play Atari at Greg's house after school without their parents' permission.
When Julius finds $200 worth of food stamps, Rochelle is too embarrassed to use them.
While Julius and Rochelle go shopping for a new TV, Chris has to take his warring siblings to the laundromat. Things take a turn for the worse when Tonya storms out.
When Julius and Rochelle decide to have a 'date night', they hire a babysitter to watch the kids, but when she keeps leaving to take care of personal business, Chris is forced to cover for her.
It's Halloween and Chris is excited when another girl invites him to a costume party, but Caruso has other plans for him. Meanwhile, back at home, Julius buys cheap candy for the local kids.