S3, EP22 "Beard in Her Pulpit"
When a charismatic new pastor joins the congregation, Abishola takes a new interest in church; after Dottie gives out bonuses to upper management, but not Goodwin, Bob must do what he can to make sure he doesn't lose his best employee.
S3, EP21 "A Little Slap and Tickle"
With Dele's dream of becoming a doctor dashed, Bob, Abishola, Tayo and the rest of the family scramble to find him a new career path; when the pressure mounts, Dele turns to a surprising source for advice on dealing with his family.
S3, EP20 "Wrangling a Greased Pig"
When Abishola brings Dele to work with her at the hospital, she discovers that her dream of him becoming a doctor might not become a reality; Kemi and Chukwuemeka's mothers bond when Ogechi slips in the bathtub.
S3, EP19 "Who Raised You"
Douglas is finally ready to introduce Olivia to his family, but he sets some ground rules to make sure Dottie plays nice.
S3, EP18 "Greasy Underdog"
When Bob, Abishola and Kemi learn that Morenike's family disowned her because she's gay, they do what they can to help her pay for school and stay in America.
S3, EP17 "Inappropriate Nakedness"
Bob and Abishola decide her mother has officially overstayed her welcome; when Abishola and Kemi hatch a plan to have a spirit speak to Ebunoluwa from beyond the grave, Abishola gets more information about her mother than she bargained for.
S3, EP16 "I'll Sleep When I'm Dead"
Dottie and Goodwin question Bob's ability to lead under pressure; Abishola is unsure if Bob's newfound success is worth it if it means he's never home.
S3, EP15 "Compress to Impress"
Bob's not sure his family is cut out for the small screen when he decides to shoot a TV commercial for MaxDot and the director, Marion, wants the ad to focus on the Wheelers.
S3, EP14 "Every Subpoena Is a Tiny Hug"
When Christina gets a new job at a sock startup, the family is supportive until it finds out the new company is more successful than MaxDot.
S3, EP13 "One Man, No Baby"
When word gets out that Bob and Abishola might be trying to have a baby, the expectations from family, friends and employees start to take a toll on the couple.
S3, EP12 "Your Beans Are Flatlining"
Bob is surprised when Abishola's medical school plans include going to Baltimore -- with or without him.
S3, EP11 "Cats in a Bathtub"
When Bob accidentally reveals Morenike is gay, Abishola and Kemi are forced to defend her against their church, and even their own families; Douglas comes clean to Olivia about not being poor.
S3, EP10 "Tunde123"
When Abishola finds out Tayo has given Dele a credit card, she worries he's being spoiled and becomes stricter with him; worried Abishola is being too harsh, Bob goes behind her back to do something special for Dele.
S3, EP9 "I'm Not Edsel"
Abishola gets the surprise of a lifetime when she finds out Bob has flown in Dele and her mother, Ebun, from Nigeria; the joy is cut short when Ebun's constant criticism makes Bob question his success as a businessman.
S3, EP8 "Light Duty"
Abishola and Kemi take Christina to see a Yoruba priest, where she learns that her toxic relationship with her mother may be stifling her growth; Bob deals with the fallout of promoting Kofo over Goodwin when Goodwin has a panic attack at work.
S3, EP7 "Fumble in the Dark"
Abishola and Kemi are conflicted as to how to handle Morenike after she confides her deepest secret to them; when Bob gets credit for Christina's idea for a Twitter marketing campaign, she considers leaving MaxDot.
S3, EP6 "The Devil's Throuple"
Abishola is caught in the middle when Morenike agrees to be the "plus one" in Kemi and Chukwuemeka's relationship; when Bob refuses to pay for Douglas' company car, he learns what it's like to live on a budget.
S3, EP5 "Greasy Badge of Honor"
After indulging in a luxurious girls' day with Dottie and Christina, Abishola worries she's losing touch with her humble Nigerian roots; Goodwin feels threatened when Kofo gets a pitch meeting with Bob.
S3, EP4 "Old Strokey"
With Bob and Abishola settling into married life, Dottie feels pushed aside and decides to run away from home; Goodwin and Kofo bring a domestic dispute to MaxDot.
S3, EP3 "Dud"
After returning home from their wedding in Nigeria, Abishola moves into Bob's house and redecorates to make the place her own.
S3, EP2 "Bowango"
With a traditional Nigerian wedding approaching, the Wheelers are formally introduced to Abishola's family; Bob tries to demonstrate his serious intentions of marrying Abishola; Abishola tries to keep the peace between her mother and Auntie Olu.