The Righteous Apples perform at an old-age home, in which they expose corruption in the home's management and saves the relationship of an elderly black couple consisting of a once-famous musician and his wife.
One of the Apples is arrested on a mugging charge and must juggle his alibi in order to protect an emotionally troubled girl he had been counseling that evening.
Racial tensions mount at Sherman High during the Apples' investigation into the stabbing of the assisstant principal.
A teenager is desparate for money to buy a new outfit for a recording audition
Battle lines form when there's a schedule clash between the Righteous Apples roller disco dance and a rally for the Knights of the White Light.
Unable to tell her parents that she's pregant, J. T.'s girlfriend visits an abortion clinic. The abortion accidentally leaves her sterile and to make matters complicated, the doctor is a white native of South Africa.
""Big Neck"" Morris runs into unexpected opposition from his girlfriend when he organizes a tribute to Martin Luther King.
D. C. Junior's parents accept his new girlfriends' cerebral palsy, but reject her when they learn she isn't Jewish.
Sandy Burns helps a terminally ill woman face death with grace.