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Hanson and Hoffs are sent undercover as high school students to help a new principal and a recently intergrated student body to stop a divided race rivalry between black and white students. Meanwhile, Penhall tries his hand at doing stand-up comedy.

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  • The closing credits uses an audio clip from Martin Luther King Jr's "I Have a Dream" Speech instead of the instrumental closing theme song.
  • First out of two episode in which several minor characters uses the racial epithet.
  • The scene where Hanson searches the shooter in the boiler room would later become part of the opening credit for Season 3 episode Hell Week.
  • First episode that deals with racism.
  • The title of this episode is taken from the 1975 play "For Colored Girls Who Have Considered Suicide/When the Rainbow Is Enuf" by Playwright Ntozake Shange.

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