01:54 — Nadine reveals the truth as to why she has been avoiding Franco.
02:33 — The shop has privacy issues and it all comes out.
01:59 — Fawz and Carl attempt to help Franco with his art show.
01:13 — On an all-new episode of the freshman comedy entitled 'Art For Art's Sake,' Cedric The Entertainer plays the role of Franco's estranged father, who's (more…)
02:35 — Franco stands up to his father.
02:57 — After Franco's interest in his art is renewed, he paints a mural of a fallen friend.
01:48 — Arthur fights for Franco's mural to remain on the wall when community leaders attempt to take it down
12:09 — Follow Jermaine Fowler, star and Executive Producer of Superior Donuts, as he shares what a typical day is like on the set of the series, from the wri (more…)
02:39 — Arthur gets angry when Franco brings Helen to Superior Donuts.
01:45 — Franco helps Arthur get ready for a date.
03:02 — Franco gets hurt while trying to fix the Superior Donuts sign.
03:26 — DeLuca tricks Franco and Arthur into going to the hospital.
02:25 — Franco tells Arthur what it's like being a young black man in Chicago. Also, Randy and James confront Officer Li.
02:35 — Franco and Sweatpants have a run-in with Officer Li after finding Arthur's baseball.
01:19 — And just 'cuz he's runnin', doesn't mean he's runnin'
03:25 — Randy helps Arthur realize that Franco is good for him and the shop.
02:14 — Arthur explains to Franco why he has had a difficult time trusting him.
03:20 — After Franco holds a protest, Arthur shows him that sometimes it can have unintended consequences.
03:12 — Arthur knows the donut industry is changing and has a few things to teach Franco.
03:37 — Franco becomes fed up when too many people take his generosity for granted.
01:40 — Franco shows Arthur his appreciation and keeps his job in the process.
01:58 — Arthur buys a gun in order to protect himself.
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- Premiered: February 2, 2017
- Rating: None
- Premise: A grumpy donut-shop owner and his new employee in a gentrifying Chicago neighborhood are followed in this comedy. (more)