Lang: Arabic, English
Stars: Young Dylan,Mieko Hillman
Director: Chip Fields,Kim Fields
When Dylan’s grandmother Viola realizes raising her grandson is too much to take on, she decides to send him to live indefinitely with her affluent son Myles Wilson, his wife Yasmine and their two kids Rebecca and Charlie.
Young Dylan arrives at his relatives' home needing a place to live, but his streetwise swagger upends the conservative Wilson household.
The kids help Myles plan Yasmine's big dinner at the house for her boss. While Myles struggles to write a speech in honor of his wife, the kids throw out the catered food and plan their own menu.
Yasmine's celebrity client DJ Khaled visits Dylan presenting him with a golden opportunity to prove his rap credentials and score a record deal.
Dylan does'nt want to attend school, and does whatever it takes to avoid going, including convincing little Charlie not to go, either.
On his first day at school, Dylan starts a classroom protest over having to wear uniforms.
After failing to get approval to go to the school dance, Rebecca tells her date that she cannot go because her grandmother has died, a lie that leads to a series of misunderstandings within the family.
As Myles and Yasmine sort out the truth behind a lie that spun out control, Dylan helps them plan payback on Rebecca before she gets home.
The family cannot get any peace while Dylan plays the drums all day and night, and each tries to convince him that he needs to give up his new instrument for good.
Dylan has a dream about his mom returning to get him, and reveals that he doesn't want to leave. This becomes a reality when Viola reveals that Dylan's mom is back, and planning to take Dylan home with her.
With the school doing a hip-hop version of Shakespeare’s A Midsummer Night’s Dream, Dylan takes on another boy for the lead role.
When a valuable collectible that Rebecca and Charlie sneak into school is confiscated by the principal, Dylan must help his cousins pull off an elaborate heist to retrieve it before Myles realizes it’s missing.
Rebecca brings home a scooter, and she and Dylan hide it from the parents so they can keep it. Both kids want the scooter for their own reasons.
Dylan has a new track that he’s sure will get some attention, but he needs a female vocalist for the hook. After using Rebecca for the part, he can’t contain his jealousy when she starts getting more attention than him.
Accidentally trapped in the garage with Myles, Dylan puts his street smarts to the test against Charlie’s scout smarts to see who can find a way out.
Charlie is tempted to change his clean reputation when a group of school vandals invites him into their clique, forcing Dylan to try to change Charlie’s mind. Rebecca and Bethany protest when they are not allowed on the football team.
Rebecca and Dylan, desperate to sneak out of the house, plot how to get past Viola, who is nicknamed “Alcatraz” because no one has ever escaped on her watch. Charlie prepares a report on a historical person who inspires him.
Dylan insists that playing baseball isn’t another one of his fleeting interests, but when he decides he wants to quit after only a few days, he has to hide the decision from the family. Rebecca struggles to choose something for her class time capsule
Dylan and Charlie decorate the school for a Halloween party, but discover that the creepy janitor might be keeping a spooky secret. Rebecca and Bethany can’t agree on a two-person costume for trick-or-treating.
Dylan’s popularity skyrockets when he engages in an online rap battle, but the pressure to settle the beef at school creates a new set of problems. Rebecca’s upcoming solo at church spurs Yasmine and Viola to offer fashion advice.
Rebecca’s assignment to study animals in the wild leads her to observe (and sometimes provoke) Dylan and Charlie as they battle for supremacy in their small shared bedroom.
Blamed for classmate’s prank, Dylan must decide whether to reveal the real culprit, or suffer the consequences for taking the fall. Charlie and Rebecca think the family is being evicted from their home.
Hoping to be a baller in his latest music video, Dylan secures a credit card and starts ordering everything he needs to look the part. But after getting Rebecca and Charlie on board, the kids learn that credit card debt actually has to be paid back.
Dylan discovers his new substitute teacher is a former rap star, and Dylan plots to get him back on top. But after successfully reviving the former star’s profile, Dylan finds that own dream remains out of reach. Will he quit the game for good?