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.
A rescue dog becomes a bigger handful than expected, Apple CEO Tim Cook tosses the script, and Chris Brown makes amends with Rihanna. As for debate zingers, Luther came prepared.
Two friends encounter a racist dog in the park, the flamboyant players of the East/West Collegiate Bowl introduce themselves, and a dubstep track derails moving day.