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The Johnson family's eldest daughter is taking her first steps into the real world as she heads off to college. "Grown-ish" explores the first trappings of adulthood, and Zoey must navigate through the trials and tribulations of these momentous steps. Zoey discovers that once she leaves the nest, things do not always go her way. The series features "that in between place where you're not quite an adult but facing grown world problems for the first time," Kenya Barris, the show's creator and executive producer, said.

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Zoey tries a little too hard to prove to her friends that her relationship with Luca is special; in his first move as an RA, Aaron organizes a movie night to build community, but his film choice does nothing to help people unwind.
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Zoey, Ana and Nomi move into a less-than-stellar off-campus apartment and have to quickly adjust to each other as roommates; Zoey is excited to see Luca again after a summer of keeping in touch via social media.
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As the gang's sophomore year ends, bottled-up emotions start to unravel, causing rifts in friendships and relationships, and some interesting reconciliations.
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Aaron hosts an elegant fundraiser for his new "Black Minds Matter" cause, bringing everyone together for a night to remember; Zoey tries to get Luca face time with the event's special guest.
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When Aaron learns that one of his residents was possibly contemplating suicide, he decides to bring awareness to black mental health on campus; with "Fundie Run" on the horizon, Jazz and Sky let the competition get the best of them.
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When Zoey, Ana and Nomi realize that they've been too nice to their significant others at their own expenses, they each take a small stand for their own happiness, resulting in some changes to their relationships.
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Vivek gets a little too comfortable at Hawkins, sparking a heated debate over whether he has crossed the line into cultural appropriation; Zoey does a service project to style a high school student for her prom.
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Zoey and her girls head to the Johnson family home for a weekend of self-care and detoxing, but Zoey soon learns that her idea of relaxation may not align with what they all really need; Aaron reconnects with his passion for activism.
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Ana and Aaron struggle to define what they each want out of their relationship; Doug and Vivek are convinced that Aaron is boo'd up; Zoey tries getting "Luca Jae Hall"-level high, but winds up overdoing it.
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Zoey's friends encourage her to get a job when she starts to feel the impact of her dwindling bank account, but she struggles to find something that vibes with her career goals; Ana and Aaron consider attempting the "Shield Challenge."
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To mask her true emotions, Zoey recruits her brother Junior to be her wingman at Titanium for a fun night out, ignoring the drama that is taking place around her; Nomi debates giving Paige another chance.
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Zoey deals with the aftermath of getting caught cheating on her exam, including getting cut off financially by her parents; Aaron accidentally reveals that he and Ana have been hooking up.
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Zoey deals with the repercussions of her previous academic decisions; Zoey tries to prevent Dre and Pops from attending CalU's Parents Weekend.
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Zoey takes a "work hard, play harder" approach when her midterm falls the morning after the semester's biggest party and is forced to deal with the consequences; both Ana and Nomi find themselves facing big decisions in their new romances.
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When Zoey sees that Luca's exhibit at the CalU Arts Fair dominantly features one of his ex-girlfriends, it sends her into a spiral of wanting to know more about his past.
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Zoey decides to give styling a try and offers to help the twins revamp their image; knowing that sex sells, Jazz wants to play up her sexuality, sparking a conversation about image and empowerment.
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When a new "Enthusiastic Sober Consent" policy is introduced on campus, everyone has strong opinions about whether it's in place to benefit the students or the school; Zoey jumps to Cash's defense after he becomes caught in the crossfire.
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When Luca faces an exciting, high-pressure assignment for his design class, Zoey starts to wonder if she's made a mistake in her future career choice; an untalented but undeniably sexy basketball player receives more attention than Jazz and Sky.
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When Nomi's endless string of one-night stands starts to throw off the apartment dynamic, Zoey and Ana confront her; Aaron encourages Ana to let loose for a night and the friends all agree to check off an item from their bucket list.
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While waiting for the mysterious drop of a modern-day musical genius, the gang debates what really makes a person "genius."
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Zoey struggles to make amends after accidentally breaking one of the group's unspoken social rules and upsetting both Jazz and Luca; after Aaron and Vivek's kickback is shut down by campus police, they try to find other ways to turn up.

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