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The issue of birth control creates divisions between CJ and Janine. Meanwhile, surprise developments transpire when Calvin and Miranda spend a day with Jazmine.
A blackout ironically sheds light on all three Payne couples when Curtis, CJ and Calvin are taken away from their televised football game and keep company with their wives.
The Paynes worry that the newly happy Janine might be returning to drugs after her erstwhile dealer arrives. And Curtis is turning Japanese---that is, he becomes captivated by Japanese culture.
Janine provides care to her dying former drug dealer, jeopardizing her relationship with an incensed CJ. In a much bubblier plotline, Floyd and Curtis launch a beer-brewing business.
Malik decides to join the ROTC, causing his family to become divided over the development. And Curtis is fired up when he's hired by the fire department---but it's not in the capacity he expected.
Curtis is the man of honor at a surprise retirement party. In other developments, a case of puppy love blooms for Jazmine.
A fireman's tragedy hits CJ especially hard. Meanwhile, Ella studies a book at school and recommends the literary work to Miranda and Claretha.
A different side of Calvin opens up when he cares for Calvin Jr. Elsewhere, new neighbors arrive---and they have unique notions about relationships.
Curtis' old pal resurfaces, only to emerge as a much different person than before. Additionally, Calvin works to awe a nursery-school recruiter in the hopes of getting his child enrolled.
The Payne men are pressured to take their wives out on the town, resulting in some poor date fate.
Calvin and Ella work on a school project. Meanwhile, Curtis anticipates his first post-retirement interview and gets pointers from Malik.
A curmudgeonly firefighter serves as the patriarch of a multigenerational family in this sitcom set in Atlanta.
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