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black-ishDre Johnson (Anthony Anderson) has it all: a great job, a beautiful wife, Rainbow (Tracee Ellis Ross), four kids and a big home in a classy neighborhood, but as a black man, he begins to question whether all his success has brought too much cultural assimilation for his family. With the help of his father (Laurence Fishburne), Dre begins to try to create a sense of ethnic identity for the members of his family that will allow them to honor their background while preparing them to embrace the future.
S1, EP9 "Colored Commentary"Dre encourages the family to have each other's backs in the hope that everyone will feel more connected; Zoey and Andre Jr. must baby-sit the twins.
S1, EP10 "Black Santa/White Christmas"Dre endeavors to take over the role of office Santa from the head of human resources; Bow gets sick of competing with Ruby over who cooks Christmas Eve dinner.
S1, EP11 "Law of Attraction"Dre worries Rainbow is questioning his manliness, so Pops tries to help his son save face.
S1, EP12 "Martin Luther Skiing Day"While on the way to the family's annual Martin Luther King Day ski trip, Dre decides to teach his children about the significance of the man who inspired the holiday.
S4, EP15 "White Breakfast"When Jack and Diane get in trouble at school, Dre and Bow have to figure out the right balance of discipline and support; Ruby thinks Junior's Spanish teacher is flirting with him.
S1, EP13 "Big Night, Big Fight"Dre is determined to keep the peace on Valentine's Day; Diane's siblings try to teach Diane how to give a compliment.
S1, EP14 "Andre From Marseille"Dre takes an instant dislike to Zoey's first serious boyfriend, a worldly teen from France -- who is also named Andre.
S1, EP15 "The Dozens"Dre teaches Andre Jr. how to trash-talk a school bully; Diane's fear of the dark leaves Bow struggling with sleep deprivation.
S1, EP16 "Parental Guidance"Dre tries to arrange an amazing vow renewal for his and Bow's 15th anniversary, but unannounced visitors cause complications.
S4, EP16 "Things Were Different Then"When Dre helps Junior plan a birthday party for Pops, he sees his father's past in a new light; when Bow decides to say "yes" to everything for a year, Jack and Diane take advantage.
S1, EP17 "30 Something"Dre worries about getting older when he injures himself playing basketball before his 40th birthday; Ruby and Bow compete to see who can get Dre the best gift.
S1, EP18 "Sex, Lies and Vasectomies"After a colleague tells Bow that Dre never had the vasectomy he had scheduled a few years ago, Bow wants to learn the truth.
S1, EP19 "The Real World"Bow invites her friends from college to an elaborate dinner party in hope of impressing them; Dre learns a lot about Bow's past; the kids decide to create their own reality show by documenting the party.
S1, EP20 "Switch Hitting"Dre suffers from self-doubt when an executive questions his street cred; Pops fears the worst when he receives a letter from the IRS.
S4, EP17 "North Star"When both Dre and Bow's families show up for Easter, they have to learn to love each other's different cuisines; Junior tries to organize an Easter egg hunt; Jack and Diane pretend not to be interested to impress their cousins.
S4, EP18 "Black Math"When Junior is accepted to Howard and Stanford, Dre tries to convince him to attend his alma mater; Ruby decides she's going to manage Jack's comedy career, forcing Diane to compete for her attention.
S1, EP21 "The Peer-ent Trap"When Zoey starts acting out and pushes boundaries, Dre and Bow disagree on how to handle her bad behavior.
S1, EP22 "Please Don't Ask, Please Don't Tell"Bow thinks Dre should tell his mother that his sister is a lesbian; Zoey tries to help Junior develop his gaydar; Diane and Jack compete to pick the best Mother's Day gift.
S1, EP23 "Elephant in the Room"When Junior joins the Young Republican Club to impress a girl, an outraged Dre and Bow arrange to meet the girl's parents; Zoey finds out she needs glasses.
S1, EP24 "Pops' Pops' Pops"When Jack and Diane start digging into Johnson family history for an assignment, Pops regales them with the story about how their great-great grandfather bet the family's future against a gangster.
S4, EP19 "Dog Eat Dog World"The family is divided over the idea of getting a dog; Bow's brother Johan is in town, and he doesn't get the warm welcome he expects from Ruby.
S4, EP20 "Fifty-Three Percent"Dre and Bow decide to go back to their therapist, who suggests they make time for a date night; when the bouncy house gets left behind after Devante's birthday party, Jack and Diane take advantage of it in different ways.
S2, EP1 "The Word"Jack nearly gets expelled when he performs a song with lyrics containing an offensive word at a school talent show.
S4, EP21 "Blue Valentime"Tensions are high between Dre and Bow as their contractor arrives to remodel the kitchen; Dre reflects on the good times in his relationship with Bow.
S2, EP2 "Rock, Paper, Scissors, Gun"Dre considers getting a gun when a nearby house is broken into, sparking a debate on the best ways to protect one's family; Zoey asks Pops to teach her karate.
S4, EP22 "Collateral Damage"The Johnson kids try to cope when Dre and Bow try taking turns living in the house to give each other space; tensions mount as the family gathers together for Junior's high school graduation.
S2, EP3 "Dr. Hell No"Dre and Bow are shocked and concerned when Pops admits that he has not been to a doctor in several years.
S2, EP4 "Daddy's Day"Dre and his colleagues create a holiday initiative called Daddy's Day -- everything that Father's Day is not; Junior tries to help Bow around the house.
S4, EP23 "Dream Home"Dre and Bow start to realize how much they relied on each other and how hard it is being on their own; Bow doesn't think Dre's new house is suitable for the kids.
S2, EP5 "Churched"When Dre accepts an invitation from the neighbors to attend church one Sunday, the family members have a great day and decide they should say "yes" to things more frequently; Jack and Diane discover they were never baptized.
S2, EP6 "Jacked o' Lantern"Dre's nieces and nephews come to the neighborhood to trick-or-treat, to the disappointment of his own kids; Dre faces his cousin June Bug, who used to bully him.
S2, EP7 "Charlie in Charge"Dre relies on pharmaceutical assistance to help him conquer his fear of flying when he and Bow take Zoey to visit Brown University -- Bow's alma mater; Charlie reveals details about a former flame (Amber Rose).
S2, EP8 "Chop Shop"Before the family Christmas card shoot, Dre takes Junior and Jack to get a haircut from his lifelong barber, T., but Junior chooses another barber.
S5, EP1 "Gap Year"After Dre and Bow drop Junior off at college, he returns home, deciding he wants to take a gap year; Jack and Diane begin to question whether they should still be sharing a room.
S5, EP2 "Don't You Be My Neighbor"Dre develops a newfound joy of calling the cops over petty neighborhood issues but begins to question the example he is setting for Jack; Diane develops her first crush, and Bow wants to help but lets Zoey take the lead.
S2, EP9 "Man at Work"Bow thinks Dre's visiting childhood friend is taking advantage of his generosity; the ex-wife of Stevens & Lido's founding partner gains control of half the company and puts Dre in a difficult position.
S2, EP10 "Stuff"Dre worries that Christmas is too commercialized, and Pops and Ruby think the kids have forgotten the true meaning of Christmas.
S2, EP11 "Plus Two Isn't a Thing"When Dre's childhood best friend (Tyra Banks) -- an international pop star -- visits, Bow feels left out; the kids film a music video and in hopes of becoming YouTube stars.
S2, EP12 "Old Digger"Dre is upset when Ruby wants him and Bow to meet the new man in her life; when Junior meets a girl on a website, Zoey, Jack and Diane think he is being scammed.
S5, EP3 "Scarred for Life"The twins opt out of the family Halloween costume for fear it will hurt their social status in school; Dre and Bow try to help by putting together a haunted house and inviting the whole seventh grade; Junior spends time with a girl from Ruby's choir.
S2, EP13 "Keeping Up With the Johnsons"After a period of heavy spending, Dre and Bow wonder if they need to be more financially responsible; Junior wants to start day trading.
S2, EP14 "Sink or Swim"When Dre realizes that his neighbor Janine hasn't invited any members of his family to her pool parties, he thinks she assumes they can't swim; Diane and Jack envy each other's activities in the Girls' and Boys' Rovers Organization.
S2, EP15 "Twindependence"Tired of being twins, Jack and Diane explore their lives as individuals; after buying Zoey a car, Dre wonders if it was a good idea.
S2, EP16 "Hope"Dre and Bow aren't sure how to respond when the kids ask tough questions about a controversial court case involving alleged police brutality.
S5, EP4 "Purple Rain"The family is shocked to learn that Jack and Diane are not familiar with the iconic music of Prince; each member of the family works to explain Prince's tremendous impact on their lives through his music.
S2, EP17 "Any Given Saturday"As a biography project, Diane makes a documentary about Jack's burgeoning basketball career; Dre and Bow get Jack into a more serious league; Junior becomes a referee; Zoey finds a new love interest.
S5, EP5 "Good Grief"Bow's mom visits the family for the first time since the loss of Bow's dad; Bow decides to throw a big party for what would have been her dad's next birthday; Mason invites Diane to an MMA fight on the same night as the party.
S2, EP18 "Black Nanny"Dre decides to hire a nanny to help with the kids and chores; when Diane runs for class president, Zoey helps her create a smear campaign against her competition.
S2, EP19 "The Leftovers"Dre and Bow look for legal guardians for their kids; Zoey and Junior tell Jack some family secrets, which he naively accepts.
S2, EP20 "Johnson & Johnson"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.
S6, EP20 "A Game of Chicken"Dre knows when to choose his battles with Bow, but they disagree on where to send Devante to preschool; Junior helps Jack and Diane pull an epic eighth grade prank.
S6, EP21 "Earl, Interrupted"Dre realizes he needs to intervene when Pops starts gambling and partying to mask his heartbreak; Bow pawns school drop-off onto Junior so that she can avoid an annoying parent.
S6, EP22 "...Baby One More Time"Dre underestimates Rhonda's ability to be a mom, and he struggles to support her decision to adopt a baby; Ruby gets in the way of Bow's plans for the perfect baby shower; Junior, Jack and Diane go to extra lengths to give the best gift of the party.
S6, EP23 "Love, Boat"Dre can't come to terms with his new reality when he discovers something shocking about Pops and Ruby; Junior feels the pressure to find love and tries to rekindle a past romance with a grand gesture.
S1, EP1 "Pilot"Advertising executive Dre happily anticipates a promotion; Andre Jr. wants to covert to Judaism and have a bar mitzvah like his friends.
S1, EP2 "The Talk"When Dre decides to give Andre Jr. the sex talk, he instantly regrets it when his son won't stop asking questions.
S1, EP3 "The Nod"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.
S1, EP4 "Crazy Mom"When Dre takes over "mom" duties for a week, the praise he gets from everyone at the kids' school inspires him to try to outdo everyone..
S1, EP5 "Crime and Punishment"Rainbow and Dre agree they will no longer spank their children, but when Jack disobeys, the kids wonder if their parents will go back on their word.
S1, EP6 "The Prank King"Dre is disappointed when the older kids balk at a family tradition of seeing who can pull the most outlandish pranks.
S1, EP7 "The Gift of Hunger"When the kids disapprove of Dre's favorite cheap restaurant, he decides they all need to get jobs; the neighbors suspect the Johnsons have fallen on hard times.
S1, EP8 "Oedipal Triangle"When Dre's visiting mother butts heads with Bow, Dre searches for a way to get the women in his life to get along.
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Dre Johnson (Anthony Anderson) has it all: a great job, a beautiful wife, Rainbow (Tracee Ellis Ross), four kids and a big home in a classy neighborhood, but as a black man, he begins to question whether all his success has brought too much cultural assimilation for his family. With the help of his father (Laurence Fishburne), Dre begins to try to create a sense of ethnic identity for the members of his family that will allow them to honor their background while preparing them to embrace the future.
Original Air Date: Sep 24, 2014
Genres: ComedyTV Series
Rating: TVPG
Playback: HD
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