A STUDENT BAKE SALE ALMOST LEADS TO A RACE RIOT, A NEW ART TEACHER BEGINS HIS FIRST DAY AT WINSLOW, AND A 28-YEAR-OLD WANTS TO GRADUATE ON "BOSTON PUBLIC" FRIDAY, JAN. 23, ON FOX When the "Young Conservatives Club" holds a bake sale to show their view on affirmative action, the school sits poised on the verge of a race riot. Relations among the students reach a boiling point, so the teachers hold a debate in front of the entire student body to discuss the pros and cons of affirmative action. Meanwhile, Henry Preston, a new art teacher in his first day on the job, struggles with the budgetary restraints that come with public school teaching; and a 28-year-old former student decides to finally get her diploma, but she must repeat Lipschultz's history class to graduate in the "Chapter Seventy-Eight" episode of BOSTON PUBLIC Friday, Jan. 23 (9:00-10:00 PM ET/PT) on FOX. (BP-412) (TV-TBA) Cast: Chi McBride as Steven Harper, Jeri Ryan as Ronnie Cook, Anthony Heald as Scott Guber, Michael Rapaport as Danny Hanson, Sharon Leal as Marylin Sudor, Loretta Devine as Marla Hendricks, Natalia Baron as Carmen Torres, Fyvush Finkel as Harvey Lipschultz. Guest Cast: Courtney Peldon as Becky Emerson, Phil Buckman as Henry Preston, Natasha Melnick as Rainy Murphy, Joseff Stevenson as Rob, Garikayi Mutambirwa as Lawrence Sorrenson, Karen Malina White as Sonia Williamson, Taran Killam as Alex Buchanan, Eric Artell as Tom Hamilton.
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