After Chris (Tyler James Williams) accidentally misleads the neighborhood into thinking he and Tasha are dating, Rochelle gets quite an earful from Tasha's grandmother, Louise.
After Julius (Terry Crews) lends Chris (Tyler James Williams) a pair of lucky socks, Chris begins to notice that he can do no wrong. Meanwhile, Drew (Tequan Richmond) and Tonya (Imani Hakim) decide to play their parents, Rochelle (Tichina Arnold) and Julius, against each other. Drew enters his school's talent show, but no one in the family has the heart to tell him he has a bad voice.
When Julius' (Terry Crews) successful younger brother Louis (guest star Wayne Brady) joins the family for Thanksgiving, Julius gets in the competitive spirit, determined to make the perfect meal. However, things go badly after Rochelle (Tichina Arnold) realizes they forgot to put the turkey in the oven and Chris (Tyler James Williams) burns the family-favorite macaroni and cheese.
Julius (Terry Crews) and Chris (Tyler James Williams) pick up extra work for the holidays, dressing up as Santa Claus and one of his elves to entertain the kids at a local department store. Unfortunately, Julius gets fired for terrorizing the kids when they make the mistake of asking for expensive gifts, and Chris lands in the hospital where he meets a mysterious man named Kris (guest star Richard Lewis).
After secretly listening to his parents' comedy albums, Chris (Tyler James Williams) tries out some dirty jokes on his classmates and discovers that making people laugh is the key to popularity, but his teacher has a different take on the situation. Rochelle (Tichina Arnold) decides the best way to get her mother, Maxine (guest star Loretta Devine), out of her business is to find her a man, and Drew (Tequan Richmond) begins getting unwanted attention from a girl in the neighborhood.
After Chris (Tyler James Williams) accidentally misleads the neighborhood into thinking he and Tasha (Paige Hurd) are dating, Rochelle (Tichina Arnold) gets quite an earful from Tasha’s grandmother, Louise (guest star Whoopi Goldberg). Meanwhile, Julius (Terry Crews) panics when he finds out the redemption center for his precious trading stamps is closing its doors, and Drew (Tequan Richmond) feels neglected by Rochelle, who doesn’t have much time for him lately.
When the neighborhood DJ is arrested in the middle of a party, Chris (Tyler James Williams) steps in for him and proves to be a huge hit with the crowd. Unfortunately, his new career takes a bad turn when he borrows his mom's (Tichina Arnold) James Brown album and accidentally scratches it. Meanwhile, Julius (Terry Crews) takes Drew (Tequan Richmond) to a magic show, but passes out when he sees a rabbit - a phobia dating back to his childhood.
Chris’ (Tyler James Williams) new principal, Principal Edwards (Jason Alexander, “Seinfeld”), decides that the best way to solve the tension between Chris and Caruso (Travis Flory) is to pair them up as buddies on the school field trip. Meanwhile, Rochelle (Tichina Arnold) discovers that her favorite hoop earrings are missing and Tonya’s (Imani Hakim) name is written all over the crime. Julius (Terry Crews) sets out to find a Wayne Gretzky hockey jersey for Drew (Tequan Richmond).
With their teacher Ms. Morello (Jacqueline Mazarella) out for the day, Chris (Tyler James Williams) and Greg (Vincent Martella) decide to cut school and go see the movie "Ghostbusters." The boys think they're home free until they run into Ms. Morello at the movie theatre. Meanwhile, Drew (Tequan Richmond) and Tonya (Imani Hakim) are a little nervous when Rochelle (Tichina Arnold) decides to help out at their school's book fair. Julius (Terry Crews) spends a frustrating day at the DMV trying to renew his license.
When Chris (Tyler James Williams) accidentally shows up for school on a “snow day,” he and Principal Edwards (Jason Alexander) are stuck with each other until they can reach Chris’ parents. Back at home, Julius (Terry Crews) realizes that Chris is missing and sets out on foot to find him. Meanwhile, when Rochelle (Tichina Arnold) finds herself the victim of a subway robbery, she can’t help but give the criminal a piece of her mind – and she has plenty to say.
A scholarly substitute teacher (guest star Orlando Jones) makes Chris’ (Tyler James Williams) life a living hell by holding him to a higher standard than his classmates. Meanwhile, Tonya (Imani Hakim) learns that she can always get her way by accusing Drew (Tequan Richmond) of hitting her, and Mr. Omar (Ernest Thomas) gets on Julius’ (Terry Crews) last nerve when he takes advantage of his neighborly generosity. Todd Bridges plays Doc’s nephew.
When Chris (Tyler James Williams) accidentally shows up for school on a "snow day," he and Principal Edwards (Jason Alexander) are stuck with each other until they can reach Chris' parents. Back at home, Julius (Terry Crews) realizes that Chris is missing and sets out on foot to find him. Meanwhile, when Rochelle (Tichina Arnold) finds herself the victim of a subway robbery, she can't help but give the criminal a piece of her mind - and she has plenty to say.
Ryan's (Matthew Perry) show is rated #1 but even this new, exalted status does not provide the personal happiness he wants in his life. Lauren (Laura Benanti) explains that happiness comes from within and real joy can only be found by helping others. Ryan attempts to achieve inner happiness by helping Danny (Seth Morris) hook up with Sonia (Sarah Baker) but she fancies the stranger, Carlo (Ben Falcone) instead. Meanwhile Owen (Tyler James Williams) and Anne (Julie White) snoop around the house of the strange Mr. K (Brett Gelman) only to leave more disturbed than when they arrived.
Despite Lauren's (Laura Benanti) warning to Ryan (Matthew Perry) of no dating among group members, he continues to pursue Simone (Piper Perabo) but each time things heat up with them, Janie's (Christine Woods) ghost appears, throwing Ryan off his game. The group helps Ryan deal with the guilt he feels as he starts dating again. Meanwhile Anne, (Julie White) Yolanda, (Suzy Nakamura) Sonia, (Sarah Baker)and Fausta (Tonita Castro) decide to buy Lauren a wedding dress and use Owen (Tyler James Williams) as a body double.
Chris (Tyler James Williams) becomes Bed-Stuy's favorite odds-maker after Doc (Antonio Fargas) discovers he has a natural talent for predicting a game's outcome. However, Chris' lucky streak comes to a crashing halt when a bookie, Paulie (Vincent Pastore), shows up at Chris' front door. Meanwhile, Tonya (Imani Hakim) decides it's about time she beat Drew (Tequan Richmond) at checkers, and Julius (Terry Crews) goes behind Rochelle’s (Tichina Arnold) back and places a bet on the upcoming basketball game, not realizing it's his son - Chrissy the Black - calling the shots.
Best known for 'Everybody Hates Chris,' actor Tyler James Williams stops by to talk about his new movie 'Peeples.'
Tyler James Williams stops by the YH Studio to tell us about his relationship with 'Go On' co-star Matthew Perry and also his role in Tyler Perry's family comedy, 'Peeples'. He also shares with us some valuable family reunion dos and don'ts.
Full Segment: Best known for 'Everybody Hates Chris,' actor Tyler James Williams stops by to talk about his new movie 'Peeples.'
Best known for 'Everybody Hates Chris,' actor Tyler James Williams stops by to talk about his new movie 'Peeples' and what it's like working with Chris Rock.
Disney has built an empire delivering teens and pre-teens a network of fresh faces so their stable of stars has a particular affinity for Mother's Day (since many of them still live at home, or work with their parents on a daily basis). But how will actors like Bella Thorne, Debby Ryan, Tyler James Williams, Coco Jones and Leo Howard honor their mothers on May 13? Find out in this exclusive ETOnline featurette, where all the actors reveal (shhh, don't tell their moms!) their Mother's Day plans.
Winner of the 2014 Sundance Film Festival s Special Jury Award for Breakthrough Talent, Dear White People is a sly, provocative satire of race relations in the age of Obama. Writer/director Justin Simien follows a group of African American students as they navigate campus life and racial politics at a predominantly white college in a sharp and funny feature film debut that earned him a spot on Variety s annual 10 Directors to Watch. Dear White People stars rising talents Tyler James Williams ( Everybody Hates Chris, Peeples), Tessa Thompson (For Colored Girls, Veronica Mars ), Teyonah Parris ( Mad Men, They Came Together), Brandon P. Bell ( Hollywood Heights ), Kyle Gallner (A Nightmare on Elm Street, CBGB), Malcolm Barrett (The Hurt Locker), Brittany Curran ( Chicago Fire ), Marque Richardson ( The Newsroom ) and Dennis Haysbert ( 24, Far From Heaven).
George Lopez, Bindi Irwin, and Tyler James Williams need the audience's help.
Matthew Perry stars as Ryan King, a recent widower and sports talk radio host ready to get back to work after the loss of his wife. Ryan's alpha-male boss, Stephen (John Cho), has a different plan in store for Ryan, making him attend grief counseling before returning to the air. A reluctant Ryan finds himself in a support group for "life change" where he meets an oddball cast of characters, all with their own backstories filled with varying degrees of loss. On his very first visit, Ryan convinces the group to deviate from their normal session and starts a tournament-style competition (March Sadness!) to find out whose story is the worst. Ryan's total lack of interest in "the healing process" proves distracting, and he soon butts heads with the by-the-books group leader, Lauren, played by Tony Award-winner Laura Benanti. Back at work, Ryan is confronted with the fact that he hasn't really processed his grief and realizes Lauren and the other members of the group might be key in helping him move on. Also starring are Tony Award winner Julie White as Anne, Tyler James Williams as Owen, Suzy Nakamura as Yolanda, and Brett Gelman as Mr. K.
Unaccompanied Minors movie trailer - starring Wilmer Valderrama, Gina Mantegna, Quinn Shephard, Dominique Saldana, Tyler James Williams, Dyllan Christopher. Directed by Paul Feig. Theatrical Release Date: 12/8/2006
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