Holly and Dolores land a meeting with Sen. Kamala Harris (D-Cal.) to talk about how to reform police training in support of the special needs community; Robinson throws a hip-hop charity event for Uncle Matt; and Dolores announces she wants to move out.
Two former officers give RJ and Robinson a crash course in police encounters; RJ shocks Holly and Rodney when he says that he's ready to move out; and Dolores reveals a family secret and begins a search for a sister she hasn't seen in 57 years.
After hearing about a police shooting involving an autism caregiver, Holly hosts a town hall to bring together law enforcement and the special needs community. In other events, Dolores throws herself a Decades Luncheon.
Holly and Rodney support RJ as he attempts to achieve another milestone and pass his driver's permit test. Meanwhile, Uncle Matt reveals his Parkinson's diagnosis to the family, inspiring Robinson to organize a HollyRod-junior style benefit concert.
Holly enlists Rodney to help figure out a way to talk to the Ryan and the boys about sexual consent. In an attempt to "be normal," RJ posts an inappropriate message on his social media. Dolores struggles to homeschool Robinson and Roman.
When Robinson and Roman have trouble at school, Holly and Rodney look into homeschooling options. Meanwhile, RJ loves his new job with the Dodgers, but Holly struggles to adjust to his independence; and Rodney convinces ex-players to join a study on CTE.
The Peetes walk down memory lane during a visit to Philadelphia; Holly and Uncle Matt search for the perfect place to bury their father's ashes; and Dolores takes the family to her hometown for a reunion.
In the Season 2 premiere, Ryan prepares to leave for college; and Holly scrambles to plan a farewell party for him while also deciding on the best way to let go of her father's ashes. The entire family heads to NYC with Ryan for an emotional goodbye.