Andre 'Dre' Johnson has a great job, a beautiful wife, Rainbow, five kids, and a colonial home in the 'burbs. But has success brought too much assimilation for this black family?
When Jack sings a lyric at school that includes THE word, it leads to his possible expulsion from school. Dre and Bow work together to get him reinstated, and examine just who, if anyone, has the right to use it.
Dre considers getting a gun, sparking a debate on the best ways to protect one's family.
Dre and Bow are shocked and concerned when Pops admits that he hasn't seen a doctor in years.
Dre and his colleagues create a holiday initiative called Daddy's Day; Junior tries to help Bow.
The family members have a great time when they accept a neighbor's invitation to attend church.
Dre's nieces and nephews come to the neighborhood to trick-or-treat. Featuring guest star Michael Strahan.
Dre relies on pharmaceutical assistance to help him conquer his fear of flying.
A special extended cut with never-before-seen footage! New boss Daphne (Wanda Sykes) questions Charlie's work ethic.
When Dre's childhood best friend -- an international pop star -- visits, Bow feels left out.
After some heavy spending, Dre and Bow wonder if they need to be more financially responsible.
Dre realizes that his neighbor Janine has not invited any members of his family to her pool parties.
Tired of being twins, Jack and Diane explore their lives as individuals; Dre buys Zoey a car.
Dre and Bow aren't sure how to respond when the kids ask questions about a controversial court case.
As a biography project, Diane makes a documentary about Jack's burgeoning basketball career.
Dre hires a nanny to help with the kids and around the house; Diane runs for class president.
Dre and Bow look for legal guardians for their kids; Zoey and Junior tell Jack some family secrets.
Dre's sister's upcoming wedding leads to a conversation on tradition; Jack and Diane are afraid they are too old to be ring bearer and flower girl; Junior and Zoey prep Ruby to embrace her daughter's relationship.
Dre is fearful when Stevens & Lido announces company layoffs; Bow takes charge of a school auction.
Dre is excited about Junior's friends; Bow wants to know who's breaking things around the house.
When the flu breaks out in the Johnson household, Dre desperately tries to avoid catching it.
Dre dreams the Johnson family goes back in time transforming into characters from the classic TV show Good Times.