A family man struggles to gain a sense of cultural identity while raising his kids in a predominantly white, upper-middle-class neighborhood.
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Dre anticipates a promotion at work. Andre Jr. announces he's converting to Judaism.
|24 Sep, 2014|
Dre insists on giving his son "the talk", but soon regrets it when he's bombarded with questions about sex.
|01 Oct, 2014|
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.
|08 Oct, 2014|
Dre agrees to do Rainbow's "mom" duties for a week.
|15 Oct, 2014|
Although Dre and Rainbow agreed they would no longer spank their kids, all bets might be off when Jack disobeys. Now, Zoey, Junior, Diane and a nervous Jack are afraid that their parents will go back on their word.
|22 Oct, 2014|
Dre fears his holiday fun will be ruined when the older kids balk at the glorious Johnson Halloween tradition of seeing who can pull the most outlandish pranks on each other.
|29 Oct, 2014|
After the kids turn their collective noses up at Dre's favorite cheap restaurant in his old 'hood,' he decides it's time to give them a reality check. He insists all of them get jobs.
|12 Nov, 2014|
Dre's mother, Ruby, comes for a visit, and she smothers her pork chops with gravy, Dre with love, and would like to flat out smother Bow. Dre tries to find a way to get the two most important women in his life to get along.
|19 Nov, 2014|
Dre wants the family to feel more connected so he embraces what it means to have each other's backs. Bow and Dre invoke "Team Johnson" putting the less-than-enthusiastic Zoey and Andre Jr. in charge of babysitting the twins.
|03 Dec, 2014|
Certain that his annual office Christmas party needs a black Santa, Dre goes out of his way to fill the red suit, even though the head of HR already got the job. Meanwhile, Bow doesn't feel...
|10 Dec, 2014|