Stomp the Yard 2: Homecoming

Synopsis: Chance Harris looks to find a balance between his school, work, relationships and opportunity to perform at the nationally televised step competition during homecoming weekend at Truth University.
Genre: Drama, Music
Director(s): Rob Hardy
Production: SPE Acquisitions
89 min

This is how we battIe.

This is how it goes down.

Everybody put your hands in the air.

Get your hands up right now.

Let's get it pumping.

Let's go.

Come on.

Hey, hey, hey. HoId up, hoId up.

Ain't no fighting in my house.

We do it cIean around here

or we don't do it.

Get on out of here, man.

Anybody want some? We're taking

aII money and aII bets right here.

Anybody want some? Come get some.

Anybody want some, right?

C KiIIuh has entered the buiIding

with his money in hand.

Chance, money in hand.

Let's get it.

Hey. What? What? What?


Mistakes count. Mistakes count.

Chance, it's over for you, man.

-Get off.

-Y'aII know how it goes.

We got a new champion in the house.

-Everybody say, ''C KiIIuh.''

-C KiIIuh!

-C KiIIuh!

-C KiIIuh!

Anybody want some? Come get some.

Somebody, anybody.

Somebody. You want some?

Anybody want some?

HoId up. What's up? What's up?

What's going on?

I ain't going out Iike that.

What's the matter?

You didn't get enough the first time?

So I suggest you pay up

and go back to where you came from.

One more time.

DoubIe or nothing.

DoubIe or nothing.

Anybody want doubIe or nothing?

Make some noise.

Money in the bucket.

Put your hands up right now.

The moment of truth.

If y'aII think Chance took it home,

make some noise right now.

If y'aII think C KiIIuh took it home

and represented, make some noise.

The jury has spoken.

So this is gonna be

how it's gonna go down.

The winner tonight

is my boy Craig KiIIuh, C KiIIuh.

C KiIIuh again. He beat him, baby.

It's over.

He knocked the Rock Star off

his pedestaI and took him to schooI.

Where's my money?

Man, I don't owe you no money.

You guys Iost and you know it.

That's your probIem, not mine.

How you wanna handIe this?

AII right, aII right, aII right.

I'II give you the money.

I just need some time.

I was gonna use that money

for schooI.

Man, you mean to teII me

you're out here dancing for tuition?

Get him out.

Look, Iet me expIain how things work

around here.

If I don't have my money by tomorrow,

you're gonna come up missing.

You hear me, boy?

-I think he needs some more.

-No, aII right. I got you. I'II get you--

Get down! Get down!


-Let's get out of here, man.

-Watch out.

-Watch out, man.

-Go, get the wheeIs.


-What now?

-What you mean, what now?

This town ain't so big.

We gonna bump into him.

I'm gonna get my damn money.

Two catfish combo,

one catfish and shrimp combo...

...and the six-piece with...?

-Mac and cheese.

-Mac and cheese, okay.

Here, Shorty.

Hey, Chance,

I may need you to work tonight.

I can't, my Iine is up tonight.

I toId you that. Not that you Iisten.


...I'm moving into the Theta house,

and so is Wynn.

Boy, you move around more

than a brother at a KIan raIIy.

Just moved back in

and you're moving out aIready.

It's not Iike that.

I'm just moving right down the street.

Whatever. I'm here to stay this time,

so don't you go trying to get rid of me.

Look, Pop, just hear me out, okay?

I reaIIy wanna do this. I joined a team.

-I'm putting them moves to use.

-Sounds Iike a distraction.

You promised when you came home

your focus wouId be education.

It is.

That's what I'm trying to teII you.

Make sure you can handIe everything

on your pIate...

...incIuding this restaurant.

He's just happy you're home again,


Nice way of showing it.

-I want the Iobster.

-I am so hungry.

-I'm teIIing you, I thought it was a joke.

-What do we have here?

-Hey, Chance.

-Hey, Chance.

What can I get you fine young Iadies?

-Okay. Let's go get--

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