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Flex Alexander and Shanice are the celebrity couple of this reality series -- living in a rental home with their extended family. After some financial setbacks, the former sitcom star and his singer wife brought in family members and her "momager," Crystal, to help cover the rent. Professionally, things are improving: He has comedy gigs booked, and she's recording again, but the home situation is deteriorating. Rumors were that Crystal was to blame for her daughter's career troubles, so Shanice must re-evaluate that relationship. Parenting preteens Imani and Elijah raises family issues too.

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After waiting 16 years for a honeymoon, Flex and Shanice plan a romantic trip to Hawaii, but it quickly becomes a family affair; Imani and Elijah refuse to stay home; Mike and Crystal go missing in the jungle.
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Shanice gears up to debut her new music to industry executives; Flex helps Elijah with a video project; Ruba has moved out; Crystal finds a new client.
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Shanice's duet partner drops out and an unexpected replacement shows up; Flex helps Elijah channel his frustrations onto the basketball court; Ruba stumbles onto the road to hell.
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Flex goes on high alert when Elijah confesses to being bullied at school while Shanice feels torn between work and family; Crystal gets loud at an audition.
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Shanice must decide if Shanice 2.0 will be performing or if she'll go old school; Flex has a new stand-up routine that Shanice worries will embarrass her; Ruba is out of control.
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Flex and Shanice book a gig headlining together in Vegas; Flex looks for inspiration for his new comedy routine.
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While Shanice is in a recording studio in Atlanta, Flex strives to be the best ever Mr. Mom; Crystal and Brooklyn suspect Flex is fooling around behind Shanice's back and try to catch him in the act.
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Mali forces Shanice to make a difficult career decision; Flex tries to surprise Elijah with Harlem Globetrotter VIP tickets; Crystal resurrects her R&B group, Crystal Penny.
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Mali offers Shanice a career opportunity that she can't pass up; Ruba finds out he has a brother; Flex's graphic novel party doesn't go as planned.
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Shanice has to rush from a successful studio session to the premiere party for her onesie line; Flex and Crystal argue; Elijah is left home alone.
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Flex's mother shows up, disrupting his Comic-Con plans; Shanice has a chance to work with Ne-Yo; Imani gets a makeover.
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Shanice's producer wants her to try a new look; Flex's calendar shoot gets him into trouble; Imani has follow up questions after her sex education class.
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Shanice and Flex head back to Atlanta to get the house back in order after Ruba's party; Crystal's in urgent care; Spirit tries to get through to Brooklyn.
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Flex and Shanice head to Atlanta after Imani's birthday bash; with her parents gone, Imani tricks Crystal into deceiving Flex; Ruba and Brooklyn's party gets out of control.
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Shanice's old friend visits and stirs up problems; Flex has an important meeting, but no one can watch the kids; Ruba shoots his Web series.
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Flex's comedy tour falls through and he hurries to find a new source of income; Shanice wants to design onesies; Crystal storms out after a fight with Flex.
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After Shanice records a duet with Alex Band and Flex books a comedy tour, the couple throws a party to celebrate; later, Flex receives a call that halts the festivities.
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Flex ditches the camping trip he planned to perform with Charlie Murphy in New York; Shanice and the rest of their familly fend for themselves.
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Shanice leaves the ego at the door to peg a new manager; scouts from N.Y. have their eye on Flex; Imani makes a decision to run for student body president; Uncle Spirit attempts to get Elijah to connect with his culture.
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Shanice must rethink her comeback plans when she receives the results of her pregnancy test; Flex tries helping his cousin overcome his fear of driving.
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After some convincing, Flex scores a gig at Chris Spencer's comedy club in Hollywood, Calif.; for Shanice, interesting news puts her career on pause.

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