When Buddy receives a new stereo cassette player from his parents, he sells his old unit to Charles for $47.98. Walter warns Charles he is buying a set of problems. Then Walter tells Charles the cassette player destroyed his Glenn Miller tape. Charles asks Buddy for the money back so he can buy a new tape for Walter, but Buddy insist the tape machine was working fine before he sold it to Charles. The argument becomes heated, and it appears their friendship is over.
Prepare to laugh at sketches that include a mother who gets away with everything; an intense stakeout jeopardized by pizza; and a rap about the evolution of thug life in Brooklyn. Plus, the cast relives the horrors of high school.