When both Cliff’s and Clair's parents come to the Huxtable home for dinner, Theo learns that the subject of his history paper, the Civil Rights March in Washington D.C., was a remarkable event that deeply touched many lives.
Theo wants to take flying lessons after hearing a fighter pilot as a guest speaker at school. Meanwhile, Rudy introduces the family to her first boyfriend, a boy she clearly has wrapped around her finger.
When Vanessa invites friends over, they see the large, well-furnished home and tell the other kids at school that Vanessa is a rich girl and think she’s stuck up. Angered, Vanessa gets into a fist fight to defend her reputation.
DENISE GETS A 'D'
Denise is sure her English paper deserved an "A," but discovers the difference between high school and college when her professor gives her a "D." Denise must explain to her parents why her grades are faltering.