When Will and Jazz catch Carlton and his friends harmonizing "Brick House," he accuses him of not being black enough. He bets Carlton that he can't spend two days in Compton. After snookering Uncle Phil into thinking they're on a field trip, Jazz takes him back to his place where he lives with a group of homies that are completely alien to Carlton. Trying to fit in, he makes a fool of himself but when Will and Jazz step out for chicken, the fellas school Carlton in how to act street. In return, he helps them iron the guys iron out problems with their various activities, like doing their taxes. Will is shocked when Carlton reveals that the guys are taking him to MacArthur Park at night - a dangerous neighborhood the is heavy on gang activity. Will has no alternative but to go back home and tell Uncle Phil and Aunt Viv what happened. Aunt Viv flips and decides to drive to Compton to bring Carlton back herself. Jazz's friends find out that Will ratted on Carlton and accuse him of being a... Written by
Jerry Roberts <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Did You Know?
When seen on WB11, the network dubs out "Compton" with a street name. See more
In the first shot where Will and Jazz walk in the door, Carlton or C-note as he's known in Compton is not there. Then, in the next shot he comes out from the spot easily seen by the camera in that first shot. See more
Hey, leave C-Note alone, man. He ain't leavin' 'till he does my taxes.
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Written by Lenny Kravitz
and Ingrid Chavez
Additional lyrics by Madonna
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