Nikki decides to go to school to get her degree so she can go to Santa Monica college.
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Mother and daughter Nikki and Kim Parker both attend Santa Monica College. Nikki got pregnant with Kim and dropped out of school but now, just as Kim is getting ready for college, Nikki decides it's her turn to finish getting her education.

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30 August 1999 (USA)  »

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Countess Vaughn (Kim) was pregnant through most of the fourth season. See more »

Quotes

Stevie Van Lowe: This calls for a celebration! Say it loud, everyone: "I'm black and I'm proud!"
[silence]
Stevie Van Lowe: "I'm proud and I'm black?" what?
[silence]
Stevie Van Lowe: No, really, what?
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Spun-off from Moesha (1996) See more »

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Funny Sitcom!
16 June 2004 | by (Toronto, Canada) – See all my reviews

I always get a kick out of watching this show. Even though it's not a groundbreaking program, it is very funny. Mo'Nique makes this show! She always spoke her mind, and wouldn't take any bad stuff from anyone, with the exception of "The Professor" or "Boo". Everyone on this show seemed to have a connection with one another, which came across on the screen. This show wasn't broadcast to make a statement, it was just an entertaining half-hour, which is a rarity nowadays. Like all good things, they must come to an end. I am sad to see this show go off the air, but it's had a good run. One thing is for sure, it was a 100% better than any of the sitcoms that are on the 4 major networks. I hope to see Mo'Nique in other future TV shows and movies, I always get a kick out of her humour! I hope this show becomes available on DVD!


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