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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 considers taking paternity leave; Bow tries to conceal her pregnancy at work to get a promotion; Ruby convinces the kids that their nanny is stealing from them.
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When Bow tries to get a black doll for Diane, she's dismayed by the limited options; Dre is forced to face his own prejudices; Ruby gets Junior to be her Spades partner.
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Dre unexpectedly becomes engaged in jury duty after learning the defendant in the case is a young black man; Bow gives the kids permission to swear in the house but soon regrets the decision.
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Dre reunites with his old crew when he returns to Compton for a funeral; Ruby criticizes Bow's parenting.
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Thrilled that it's his turn to choose a name, Dre picks something culturally significant; Junior spoils Zoey's anti-Valentine's Day plans by asking her friend on a date.
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Bow gets Dre to try therapy, where he learns to deal with his anger; Johan acts as a life coach to the kids.
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Tensions are still running high for Dre at work due to the outcome of the presidential election; as class president, Junior deals with a disenfranchised student body.
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Dre and Bow take action when Diane stumbles across some inappropriate websites, making their home an internet-free zone.
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Bow asks Dre to pull some strings and secure Zoey a fellowship, but he doesn't want Zoey relying on nepotism; Junior loses his job at the arcade pizza place after reporting unclean practices to corporate.
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Bow deals with feelings about her own biracial identity when Junior brings home a white girlfriend; Dre counts on Charlie to teach him how to relate to a white, female point-person for a project at work; Zoey wants to remodel Jack and Diane's room.
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The results of Jack's career test reveal that he may be looking at a blue-collar future; Ruby is led to believe Diane is possessed.
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In an effort to be more open-minded about being a part of his community, Dre joins the Homeowners' Association; Bow gets advice from Pops on how to make the kids want to spend time with her.
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When Junior decides to run for class president, Dre steps in to be his campaign manager; Pops, Johan and Jack discuss the presidential election; Bow worries Zoey's college essay isn't good enough.
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When Zoey questions her belief in God, Dre has a crisis of faith and looks to family and co-workers for input; Bow's brother comes to stay with the Johnsons and aggravates Dre.
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Exhausted from a stressful day at work, Dre falls asleep watching a "Good Times" marathon and dreams of himself and his family as being characters in the series.
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When the flu breaks out in the Johnson household, Dre desperately tries to avoid catching it, while taking care of the whole family.
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Dre is excited about Junior's cool friends; Bow deals with a lack of honesty from Ruby, Zoey, Jack and Diane when things get broken around the house.
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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.
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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.
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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.
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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.

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