"The Lil' Saints" win after they get the loud approval from the crowd.As they celebrate their victory, Elgin gives his blessings for David and Liyah to be together.He warns Elgin not to cross him or he "will never walk, let alone dance again." During the qualifying rounds of the Big Bounce, many crews perform and impress the judges with their skills including Wade's crew. When it is time for David's crew to dance, two slip-ups costs his crew a chance to make it to the finals.
Houston and Grandberry later starred in the 2004 film Fat Albert.
David and Elgin lead a promising dance crew in Los Angeles, California who participate in street dancing battles at a warehouse owned by a local club owner, Mr. The film opens up with their crew battling another crew led by Vick. After the battle, David and Elgin go to another club to deliver drugs for a drug lord named Emerald in order to get money for the battles.
Wade and Max, however, walk up to them, angry over their loss.
David replies with, "Y'all just mad, 'cause today, you suckas got served." Their friends and the rest of the crowd begin to chant 'served' causing both Wade and Max to leave in shame.
The friends split up and form their own crews, but neither is as good as on their own as they are together.
Elgin forbids Liyah to see David, ignoring the fact that she and David want to help him.Attempts to bring Elgin and David together, particularly by Liyah, are fruitless, as both nearly come to blows when encountering each other.Elgin receives a visit from Emerald, who tells him he has a couple of weeks to pay him back. He reveals that he knows the situation with Emerald and took care of it stating that Emerald had a 'change of heart'.While lamenting his loss in the semis, David and Liyah learn that Lil Saint, a young boy who has been accepted into the crew through Rico, was killed in a drive-by.The next day, Rico goes over to Elgin's house and tells him that they should reunite the crew in honor of Lil' Saint.It was released by Columbia Pictures' Screen Gems division on January 30, 2004, and was produced by Marcus Morton, Cassius Vernon Weathersby, Billy Pollina, Kris Cruz Toledo.