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Spending 15 years in prison didn't transform Tray, but everything else sure seemed to change. After he is released on good behavior, he returns to his newly affluent Brooklyn neighborhood and is shocked to find out how much different the world is. For starters, he's a father to twin sons, born to his former girlfriend Shay. She is now married to a successful white man who is helping raise the teenagers, who grew up in private schools and can't relate to their dad's hardscrabble upbringing. Wishing he could connect with his kids but having neither the money to support them nor himself, Tray relies on some well-worn skills to make ends meet while treading unfamiliar territory. Oscar winner Jordan Peele is co-creator and co-executive produces the series along with star Tracy Morgan.

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Cousin Bobby is accused of being a snitch after being released from prison early; Tray faces a formidable bully in his new girlfriend's ex-husband, who is a cop.
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Tray finds a new love and is faced with the realities of dating with his checkered past.
aired 36 days ago
After Josh and Tray have very different experiences teaching Shahzad to drive, he learns a hard lesson about privilege.
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Tray is convinced that his mother's younger boyfriend, Carl, is cheating on her and goes out of his way to prove it by catching him in the act.
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When Tray's relationship advice to Paul fails, Tray and company decide to take him out to the club so he can let loose and find himself.
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When Shay finally gets a big break in her career, Tray and the family grapple with the huge changes that it will mean for them all.
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On Thanksgiving, Tray cooks up beef with his longtime rival and cousin, Fred; Amira and Shahzad get to know the good, bad and ugly sides of their family.
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Tray takes Shahzad to his first basketball game and teaches him how to finesse his way to courtside seats; Josh feels insecure about his relationship with Shahzad and worries that he's not the cool dad anymore.
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Tray and his family go on a citywide hunt for an old pair of Air Jordans after Tray discovers that they are worth big bank.
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Tray meets his neighbors as he settles into his new apartment; Shay has mixed feelings when she learns that Shahzad's queen is a white girl.
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After six months of crashing at his mom's house, Tray leaves the nest in search of a place of his own, but he must first get some sage advice from a wise OG on how to battle the demons of his past.
aired 94 days ago
In an homage to Spike Lee's "Do the Right Thing," Tray competes in a local food truck competition on the hottest day of the year.
aired 94 days ago
When faced with unforeseen unemployment, Shay decides it's finally time to launch her own fashion line; with her money tied up in the food truck, she gets carried away micro-managing the business in an attempt to turn a quicker profit.
aired 94 days ago
A neighborhood tough named BAMF threatens Josh and levies a tax on the food truck; Tray reconnects with another O.G. to learn the new code of the street; Bobby has a new girlfriend who comes with more baggage than he could've ever anticipated.
aired 94 days ago
Tray wants to see the twins' birth video, and searching for it brings back emotional memories for Shay.
aired 94 days ago
Bobby blows an important loan meeting for Tray, who has to reconsider his business relationship with his cousin; Shay drags Amira to a birthday party so she can spend time with her new friend Faith.
aired 112 days ago
Tray finds part-time work in the cafeteria of the kids' school and finds himself more determined than ever to make it as a chef; Shay straightens Josh out after he tells her that she sometimes "goes off" and scares white people.
aired 112 days ago
Tray reunites with his estranged mom, Rose, who only softens when she learns she has grandchildren.
aired 112 days ago
Shay rededicates a neighborhood landmark and reconnects with her old skate crew; Tray and Bobby get caught up helping an OWL (old white lady) in distress.
aired 112 days ago
Tray takes Shahzad to a proper black barber shop for the first time; Shay takes Amira to the beauty shop after discovering a dirty pic on her phone.
aired 456 days ago
Shay gets upset that Tray was invited to her mother's funeral reception; former prison flame Pooh Cat pursues Tray, believing he owes her a night of passion.

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