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As lead singer and keyboardist of the funk band Nasty Delicious, Craig (Craig Robinson, "The Office") knows a thing or two about working the crowd, but his day job is where he really makes the grade. Every struggling artist knows the drill: You've got to pay the bills while you wait for that big break. So when Craig finds himself short on cash, he takes a job as a substitute high school music teacher. It's an easy gig, right? The school principal (Peri Gilpin, "Frasier") believes that rules were made to be strictly upheld. She's none too fond of Craig's unorthodox teaching style, or his crush on the pretty English teacher (recurring guest star Meagan Good, "Think Like a Man"). It's a constant struggle for Craig, having one foot in the music world with his band, Nasty Delicious, and one foot in the teaching world. But if Craig wants to get the girl of his dreams and teach these kids the joys of music, he'll have to buckle down, shape up and get the funk out. Mr. Robinson is inspired by Robinson's real-life experiences as a music teacher.
After a chance encounter, musician Craig decides take a substitute music teacher gig to win over his high-school sweetheart, Victoria. Things don't go exactly as planned with Victoria, but he connects with the students and colorful faculty. Inspired by Craig's real-life experiences as a music teacher.
Principal Taylor's former groupie habits come to the surface after Craig, hoping to win a record deal for Nasty Delicious, invites a rock legend she once dated to talk at the school.
Craig is disgusted with Ben's sloppiness and lack of a job. So, in hopes of lighting a fire under Ben to pull his weight, Craig invites Jimmy to move in and share Ben's room. Elsewhere, Principal Taylor is asked to watch Supervisor Dalton's dog, Mr. Pickles. But when Mr. Pickles runs away, Ashleigh and Samir must do some scientific detective work to help track him down and save Principal Taylor from Dalton's wrath.
Craig organizes a night out at Flojack's with the teachers, in hopes of getting some quality time with Victoria. But a chance meeting with Victoria's friend Kelly sets Craig on a different course. Meanwhile, Jimmy suffers an existential crisis, takes a job aptitude test and discovers that he was actually meant to be a filmmaker. He decides to make a documentary film about Craig and calls it "Afro-Disiac."
After being told that he and Jimmy may lose their jobs due to budget cuts, Craig and the teachers plan an auction to raise money. But when Victoria's boyfriend asks her to move to New York, Craig puts everything into a last-ditch effort to win her over, and hopefully save his job in the process. Samir also hopes to use the auction for romantic purposes, and takes suggestions from Craig and Jimmy on how to get out of the "friend zone" with Ashleigh. Meanwhile, Halle and the other students come up with their own plan to raise money for their favorite class, but they'll first need help from a tyrannical Ben.
Craig is planning a Nasty Delicious summer tour, and the faculty is excited to come along for the fun. But when Earth, Wind and Fire shows up and invites Craig, and Craig alone, on a year-long tour, he must decide whether he's willing to ditch his brother, Ben, his friends and his students. Meanwhile, Samir sees Ashleigh in her other job as a stripper, and tries to even the score to make up for his guilty conscience.
Tim Bagley(Supervisor Dalton)
Amandla Stenberg(Halle Foster)
Craig Robinson(Craig Rice)
Amanda Lund(Elizabeth Dravecky)
Larenz Tate(Kevin Rice)
Peri Gilpin(Principal Christine Taylor)
Meagan Good(Victoria Wavers)
Brandon T. Jackson(Ben Robinson)
Lenora Crichlow(Victoria Wavers)
Spencer Grammer(Ashleigh Fellows)
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