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Dre Johnson (Anthony Anderson) has it all: a great job, a beautiful wife, Rainbow (Tracee Ellis Ross), four kids and a big home in a classy neighborhood, but as a black man, he begins to question whether all his success has brought too much cultural assimilation for his family. With the help of his father (special guest star Laurence Fishburne), Dre begins to try to create a sense of ethnic identity for the members of his family that will allow them to honor their background while preparing them to embrace the future.

Latest episodes

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Dre is upset that Jack and Diane are getting the same surface-level education about Black History Month that he got when he was growing up; he is asked to make a presentation at the school assembly and wants to bring black history to life.
aired 2 days ago
Junior shakes things up at Stevens & Lido as an intern; Bow has a meeting with one of Kyra's teachers and learns that she has an aptitude for chemistry, but Kyra doesn't want to transfer to a magnet school.
aired 2 days ago
Dre and Bow struggle with identity politics involving the kids; Diane's crush starts spending time with another girl; Junior's Valentine's Day date goes awry after Dre and Pops have a talk with him about chivalry.
aired 3 days ago
Dre's teenage cousin Kyra needs a place to stay. The Johnsons decide to take her in, but they have different approaches to helping her adjust to suburban life; Jack and Diane try to get Kyra on social media to get information about her.
aired 4 days ago
Dre and Bow are furious after Diane isn't lit properly in her class photo; Junior claims there is unspoken colorism within the family.
aired 4 days ago
Dre takes Jack and Diane on a camping trip for school and hatches a plan for them to escape to a fancy hotel for some pampering; Bow gets an award at work, but feels undermined after a colleague is surprised to learn where she went to school.
aired 5 days ago
The Johnsons can't agree on what movie to see on their traditional Christmas trip to the theater; Junior feels embarrassed about taking a gap year after he runs into his ex-girlfriend.
aired 5 days ago
Bow makes a new friend at work, and Dre thinks she has broken bird syndrome; when Junior transforms his shared room with Jack into a frat house, Ruby and Diane gang up against them.
aired 6 days ago
Dre decides to put Junior to work as an intern at Stevens & Lido; Bow lets Ruby watch Devante after the nanny quits.
aired 6 days ago
Bow's mom visits the family for the first time since the loss of Bow's dad; Bow decides to throw a big party for what would have been her dad's next birthday; Mason invites Diane to an MMA fight on the same night as the party.
aired 8 days ago
The family is shocked to learn that Jack and Diane are not familiar with the iconic music of Prince; each member of the family works to explain Prince's tremendous impact on their lives through his music.
aired 9 days ago
The twins opt out of the family Halloween costume for fear it will hurt their social status in school; Dre and Bow try to help by putting together a haunted house and inviting the whole seventh grade; Junior spends time with a girl from Ruby's choir.
aired 9 days ago
Dre develops a newfound joy of calling the cops over petty neighborhood issues but begins to question the example he is setting for Jack; Diane develops her first crush, and Bow wants to help but lets Zoey take the lead.
aired 10 days ago
After Dre and Bow drop Junior off at college, he returns home, deciding he wants to take a gap year; Jack and Diane begin to question whether they should still be sharing a room.
aired 11 days ago
Dre and Bow start to realize how much they relied on each other and how hard it is being on their own; Bow doesn't think Dre's new house is suitable for the kids.
aired 11 days ago
The Johnson kids try to cope when Dre and Bow try taking turns living in the house to give each other space; tensions mount as the family gathers together for Junior's high school graduation.
aired 12 days ago
Tensions are high between Dre and Bow as their contractor arrives to remodel the kitchen; Dre reflects on the good times in his relationship with Bow.
aired 13 days ago
Dre and Bow decide to go back to their therapist, who suggests they make time for a date night; when the bouncy house gets left behind after Devante's birthday party, Jack and Diane take advantage of it in different ways.
aired 13 days ago
The family is divided over the idea of getting a dog; Bow's brother Johan is in town, and he doesn't get the warm welcome he expects from Ruby.
aired 15 days ago
When Junior is accepted to Howard and Stanford, Dre tries to convince him to attend his alma mater; Ruby decides she's going to manage Jack's comedy career, forcing Diane to compete for her attention.
aired 15 days ago
When both Dre and Bow's families show up for Easter, they have to learn to love each other's different cuisines; Junior tries to organize an Easter egg hunt; Jack and Diane pretend not to be interested to impress their cousins.

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