Ghostwriter (1992–1995)
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Building Bridges: Part 1 

Violence is growing on the streets of the kids' neighborhood and everyone is concerned about it, but at same they time everyone try to ensure all kids are safe. Regardless, all students are... See full summary »

Director:

Maureen Thorp

Writer:

Kermit Frazier (head writer)

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Cast

Episode credited cast:
Todd Alexander Todd Alexander ... Rob Baker
Blaze Berdahl ... Lenni Frazier
David López David López ... Alex Fernandez
Marcella Lowery ... Grandma Cece Jenkins
Mayteana Morales Mayteana Morales ... Gaby Fernandez
Tram-Anh Tran Tram-Anh Tran ... Tina Nguyen
Sheldon Turnipseed Sheldon Turnipseed ... Jamal Jenkins
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Afi Bijou ... Jasmine Michaluk (as Afi McClendon)
Eugene Byrd ... Walter Haines
Damon Harris Damon Harris ... Kiambu
Keith Hernandez Keith Hernandez ... Mr. Richards
Travis Robinson Travis Robinson
Víctor Sierra Víctor Sierra ... Victor Torres
Jose Soto Jose Soto ... Miguel Ramos
Kirk Taylor ... Mr. Ward
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Violence is growing on the streets of the kids' neighborhood and everyone is concerned about it, but at same they time everyone try to ensure all kids are safe. Regardless, all students are enthusiastic with the talent show the Hurston Middle School is going to have. Lenni (Blaze Berdahl) is coordinating everything along with Alex (David López), her friend Kiambu (Damon Harris) and Walter (Eugene Byrd), but the envy of not being the director grows on Walter to the point he quits the group and cause trouble with everybody on his way, even with people he doesn't even know. In this meantime, Rob (Todd Alexander) is writing an article to the school's newspaper about the track runners and ends up befriending Victor (Víctor Sierra). While they're getting back to home together, they cross paths with Miguel (Jose Soto), leader of the "Thunderheads", the gang Victor used be a member of. Rob questions Victor about him being from a gang, but Victor explains the "Thunderheads" are different, but ... Written by Wayback Machine TV, from YouTube

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Release Date:

25 April 1993 (UK) See more »

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Jamal Jenkins: So what's this really personal question you had to ask me?
Rob Baker: Am I a white boy to you?
Jamal Jenkins: Yeah
Rob Baker: Just a white boy?
Jamal Jenkins: Well not "just". You're a good friend, y'know, we hang out together and we're on the same team. But I mean you are white, and you're a boy.
[Rob frowns]
Jamal Jenkins: Well, not a boy, y'know, a guy. Like me. I wouldn't like to be called black boy, even though I am black.
[pauses]
Jamal Jenkins: Actually, I'm brown. And you, you're pink!
[Snaps his fingers]
[...]
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