The annual Bea Gaddy Thanksgiving Feast serves thousands of free dinners at Dunbar High School. Jeremiah Jett, 19 months, decides to feed his grandfather, Clinton Rogers. Jeremiah ate all his greens and some pumpkin pie, but left behind turkey and mashed potatoes. The two live in Baltimore.
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