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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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When Dre's visiting mother butts heads with Bow, Dre searches for a way to get the women in his life to get along.
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When the kids disapprove of Dre's favorite cheap restaurant, he decides they all need to get jobs; the neighbors suspect the Johnsons have fallen on hard times.
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Dre is disappointed when the older kids balk at a family tradition of seeing who can pull the most outlandish pranks.
aired 2 days ago
Rainbow and Dre agree they will no longer spank their children, but when Jack disobeys, the kids wonder if their parents will go back on their word.
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When Dre takes over "mom" duties for a week, the praise he gets from everyone at the kids' school inspires him to try to outdo everyone..
aired 4 days ago
Dismayed by the twins' Columbus Day school play, Dre works on a catchy song to raise awareness about a black holiday that is worth celebrating.
aired 4 days ago
Dre and Bow aren't sure how to respond when the kids ask tough questions about a controversial court case involving alleged police brutality.
aired 5 days ago
Dre tries to help Andre Jr. expand his social circle; Rainbow takes Diane to the hospital in hope of inspiring her, but things don't go as planned.
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When Dre decides to give Andre Jr. the sex talk, he instantly regrets it when his son won't stop asking questions.
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Advertising executive Dre happily anticipates a promotion; Andre Jr. wants to covert to Judaism and have a bar mitzvah like his friends.
aired 5 days ago
Junior gets an offer for his dream job working with Migos, but Dre and Bow are determined to convince him to return to college and get his degree.
aired 6 days ago
Dre has concerns about Jack and Diane spending the weekend with their friends' family in the desert; Pops is forced to come to terms with how he treats women after he helps set Junior up.
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Dre is thrilled when Jack makes the football team, but Bow is against the idea; Diane wants Junior to drive her to her first real date with Jalen, but Junior overstays his welcome.
aired 11 days ago
Bow thinks Dre should tell his mother that his sister is a lesbian; Zoey tries to help Junior develop his gaydar; Diane and Jack compete to pick the best Mother's Day gift.
aired 12 days ago
When Zoey starts acting out and pushes boundaries, Dre and Bow disagree on how to handle her bad behavior.
aired 12 days ago
Dre suffers from self doubt when an executive (Michael Rapaport) questions his street cred; Pops fears the worst when he receives a letter from the IRS.
aired 15 days ago
Bow invites her friends from college to an elaborate dinner party in hope of impressing them; Dre learns a lot about Bow's past; the kids decide to create their own reality show by documenting the party.
aired 16 days ago
After a colleague tells Bow that Dre never had the vasectomy he had scheduled a few years ago, Bow wants to learn the truth.
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Dre worries about getting older when he injures himself playing basketball before his 40th birthday; Ruby and Bow compete to see who can get Dre the best gift.
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Dre tries to arrange an amazing vow renewal for his and Bow's 15th anniversary, but unannounced visitors cause complications.
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Dre teaches Andre Jr. how to trash-talk a school bully; Diane's fear of the dark leaves Bow struggling with sleep deprivation.

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