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David learns how difficult it is to find a good babysitter.
David Bryan, a footloose and carefree bachelor, meets two orphaned children and learns the authorities will have to split them up unless someone adopts them both.
L.J. objects to David telling Zana about the Tooth Fairy when she loses her milk teeth.
David takes a domestic engineering course and believes that the instructor has fallen for him.
David catches Zana stealing in the mall.
Zana joins a club and learns that only light-skinned blacks are accepted.
Since L.J. has not been doing his homework assignments, he is not allowed to go to Disneyland with David's parents.
David has trouble parting with his beloved car in order to buy another.
David has a hard time enjoying his annual ski vacation when the kids keep calling him at the lodge.
David falls for a past love.
When David is unable to get a TV character to come to Zana's party because of the cost, he creates one.
L.J. invites his girlfriend over when no one is home.
L.J. doesn't believe in God.
Zana wants to keep a dog after he follows her home.
L.J. can't decide who to write his Black History Month essay on, and Zana volunteers to play Rosa Parks.
David convinces his father to coach a basketball team after he retires.
David starts a neighborhood watch.
L.J. gets a bad grade in a black history class, and is tutored by his favorite teacher.
David and Clarence go on a talk show.
L.J. and Zana meet David's family.
L.J. and Zana's uncle want them to live with him.
Zana gets her hair done and Clarence teaches L.J. how cool men drive.
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