A tough guy cries in front of his crew, Karim and Jahar point out all the beautiful women walking by, and the tables turn in a classic holiday duet.
Luther helps the president say goodbye to Mitt Romney, a school bully gets real, and an African warlord issues his final command.
Noah takes his Michael Jackson impression too far, opportunity knocks for a priest during an exorcism and white zombies attack.
Keegan and Jordan know why there are no more rap groups, a friend learns the game Fronthand Backhand and a pizza order goes beyond food.
A retired military specialist insists that part of his life is behind him, a substitute teacher lays down the law and one biracial boy has penis anxiety.