Love and Money: It's their first date. Jorge thinks Sophie is rich. Sophie thinks Jorge is rich. But neither is! With the help of their friends and co-workers, they learn the truth about love and money in this romantic comedy about financial empowerment, saving money, and banking in the Big Apple.
Asthma: The Soap Opera: Mario - the star of a groovy 70s soap opera - storms off the set. The script says his baby has asthma, but Mario doesn't know what to do to help. The director soothes his ruffled feathers: "The story is not about asthma - it's a love story." Mario demands changes to the script so he can be the hero father he was meant to be. A campy comedic melodrama - on and off the set.
Stop Domestic Violence: Erica's husband is abusing her. She has no papers. Who can help her? Where can she go? A multi-ethnic theater group puts on a play about a difficult subject that affects people of every walk of life. Together, the actors discover surprising twists and turns to the story as they find the answers.
Welcome, Parents: "Why did we come to this country?" Carmen asks her husband as their daughter struggles with reading. "For her education." An inspiring story about Carmen, Fatima, and other parents who take charge and become leaders in their children's school.
Stay in School: High school in New York doesn't make any sense to Mexican newcomer Diego, who wants to get a job and send money home. When Uncle Juan learns Diego has dropped out, he gets busy helping the teenager figure things out. It is Diego's decision to make. What will he do?
New Life Café: Rosa is about to open a Dominican café. But when her lab tests come back and the doctor tells her the bad news, her dreams are over. Or are they? A heart-warming drama about family, friendship, and coming to terms with diabetes.
No Smoking: Sasha, the champion Winter Swimmer of Brighton Beach, has to make a choice - quit cigarettes or miss this year's big Winter Swim. With the help of his wife, his best friend, his doctor, and 311, the champion learns that quitting smoking may be the greatest, but hardest won, victory of them all.
The Hospital: Can art heal the sick? A nurse encourages a patient to start drawing again. The patient has a dramatic recovery and inspires the hospital workers to make their own art. It turns out, many of the workers are artists. Clayton in housekeeping is an abstract painter. Halima in food services is a photographer. But, an art gallery in a hospital?
The Wedding: The band is lost. The photographer is sick. The dress is too big. The wedding is tomorrow! A group of plucky New Yorkers each gets their big break to work at the wedding. Can they pull it off in time?