Tim tells TJ stories about Grandma Robbie singing with Ike and Tina Turner.
With many cosmetic and electrical problems, Miss Robbie enlists Tim and her sister Janice to decide if she should close down the original Sweetie Pie's, West Florissant location. Will Miss Robbie keep open the restaurant that started it all or will she shut it down for good?
For Miss Robbie's birthday gift, Charles presents his aunt with an adorable framed photo of himself with two of the new puppies. But this gift comes with an ulterior motive; Charles hopes the photo will convince Robbie to let him keep the puppies in an empty townhouse she is trying to sell for the next eight weeks. Will puppy dog eyes be able to melt Miss Robbie's heart?
Charles has decided to get serious about acting, so he decides to take an improv class. His first homework lesson is to shadow someone to study and imitate their behavior. He decides to follow Michelle, a cook at Sweetie Pie's, around, but will he be able to play the part in front of his classmates?
Miss Robbie and Tim as they try and work out their differences in the kitchen.
Tim challenges Miss Robbie to a cook-off to prove that he can plan the new menu.
Monique tries to convince Jenae and lil' Charles to get tattoos with her, but once they get to the tattoo studio, will they end up going through with it?
It's time for Miss Robbie to start compiling the recipes for her cookbook, but when it comes to typing it all up on the computer, Miss Robbie is at a loss. She enlists Lil' Charles for a crash course in computer literacy, but can he teach his 73-year-old auntie to use the computer?
Lil' Charles is featured in an article about the new Sweetie Pie's delivery service for St. Louis magazine in order to get some extra points at work with Tim. Of course, there is a photo shoot involved with none other than Charles as the star of the show.
Tim struggles to describe everyone's favorite cook, Ike.
After a big party at Sky Zone, Jenae and Tim throw a second, family-only birthday party for their 2-year-old son.
While in Houston, Charles is eager for an authentic Texas experience, so he convinces Tim to take him to a Country western restaurant. Charles has a natural flair for bull riding, but the same cant be said for Tim.
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