01:40 — The NAACP and the United Negro College fund aren't making this easy.
02:08 — Charlie's not dead, right?
01:32 — Bow thinks he already has enough ridiculous weapons around the house.
01:37 — Luckily it's hard to shoot someone with the box of a gun.
01:56 — ...even while he's charming Dre's family.
01:14 — Ruby says being a quitter worked for Dre.
01:03 — Obviously, the process needs a little refining.
00:52 — Mystery solved!
02:04 — Has the Prank Prince become the Prank King?
01:11 — Bow is not having any of this Purge nonsense.
01:33 — Yeeeah...this isn't exactly scientific.
01:53 — It's not as sinister as Dre thinks.
00:56 — The montage Hollywood doesn't have the courage to show you.
02:01 — Johan learns that things haven't changed as much as he thought.
01:42 — Pops and Zoey weigh in with vastly different takes on the issue.
02:18 — Dre has worked hard to build up his family's image.
01:22 — Her kids stole all the money from her auction basket gift cards.
01:48 — Dre isn't sure how to handle the situation.
Rita and her daughter Hallie's heart-to-heart conversation about the peer pressure to have sex reveals an interesting fact.
When Jay is late coming home, his poker buddies make the mistake of inviting Rita to play in his place.
Rita and Patty settle in to watch the scary results of the nanny cam that Rita installed to spy on her family.
In this scene from Episode 2, Rita feels guilty about missing her daughter's big karate moment, so she ropes her friend Patty in to help.
Get to know the characters on “Rita Rocks.” Hallie’s boyfriend, Kip (Raviv Ullman), apologizes after ruffling a few feathers in the Clemens household.
Jay comes home to a PTA meeting full of chatty women and an overflowing bag of tax-ready receipts.