Tracee Ellis Ross is making her black-ish directorial debut in Tuesday's episode, and TV Guide has an exclusive clip!

In the episode, "Fifty-Three Percent," Dre (Anthony Anderson) and Bow (Tracee Ellis Ross) have been fighting more than usual and decide to go back to their therapist, who suggests they take a date night. This clip is from that date, and as it starts the Johnsons are having a wack time.

"We just need to get back into our flow," Dre declares.

"Right!" says Bow. She then considers this for a moment. "We have a flow," she says, picking up on what Dre is putting down.

"We definitely have a flow," says Dre, starting to feel himself.

They're both down to go with the flow, just not tonight, because Dre "overdid it with the scrimp." Bow is into it, because that way they can make it really special.

"Tomorrow means we can get dessert," says Dre.

"Tonight," says Bow, in her sexiest voice. Because sometimes dessert is better than sex.

"Fifty-Three Percent" is the first episode of a four-part serialized arc digging into troubles in the Johnsons' marriage. It's Ross' first time directing black-ish, though not her first time directing (she previously directed an episode of her pre-black-ish show Girlfriends). It airs Tuesday, April 17.

black-ish airs Tuesdays at 9/8c on ABC.