Tameka considers having another baby. When she shares the news, she's met with most interesting and surprising reactions from her family.
T.I. tries to sharpen business skills in the children. Before long, one kid proves to be proficient in the art of hustling.
Tiny and Niq Niq square off in a dance battle. Elsewhere, T.I. takes the children to a skate park in a bid to teach Domani to overcome his fears.
Domani lands his first paid gig. Elsewhere, Tameka takes the children horseback riding.
T.I. promotes his new album and throws a big bash. Meanwhile, Tameka and her son focus on creating a pajama line, but they have creative differences.
Major gets his own bed; King struggles when comparing his life to the allure of his father's life.
Tameka challenges Shekinah to take care of the Harris children for a day. This gives T.I. and Tameka the opportunity to bask in quality social time together.
Russell Simmons arrives at the Harris home and enlists Domani to write a song for his new video game. Meanwhile, Tameka shares life advice to her daughter.
Tameka exposes King and Major to various job options after they list what they want to be when they grow up. Meanwhile, T.I. helps to fulfill a Make-a-Wish recipient's dreams.
Niq Niq wants to move out, but Tiny wants to make sure she's ready; and Messiah must past T.I.'s unorthodox tests before applying for a driver's permit.
T.I. is excited about his role in the "Ant-Man" movie, but King and Major aren't; and Tiny sets out to nix Niq Niq's baby fever.
T.I. investigates when Precious claims the boys have been running rampant in the house.
T.I. educates Major in the art of pranking. Meanwhile, Tameka takes Niq Niq and Deyjah out for a day of adventure, but Tameka may have hidden motives for doing so.
Tameka and Major go out on a pretend date so he can learn how to be a gentleman. Elsewhere, T.I. thinks he should have his own cooking show.
T.I. enlists one of his famous friends to teach Domani the art of comedy. Meanwhile, Tameka throws a mother-daughter pageant.
Tameka and Shekinah compete in a succession of athletic events to determine which of them is the superior athlete. Meanwhile, T.I. and his sons visit a science lab.
Major tries to overcome his fears when he attends his first dance. Here, he must ask a girl out on a date, learn to dance and purchase a suit and corsage.
The children attend a space camp to learn about teamwork.
T.I. tries to instill a tougher edge in his children by taking them to a boxing gym.
The children hope to get a dog, so T.I. tests them to determine if they're responsible enough to own one.
Tiny tapes a talk-show pilot, but she worries about Shekinah's unprofessional behavior. As a result, Tiny suggests that Shekinah visit an etiquette coach.
The children are tested to see if they are responsible enough to receive something they've wanted for years.
A new family business venture centers on lemonade.
Tameka travels to the country with Shekinah, only to discover that country life is more difficult than it appears. Meanwhile, Messiah gets into a tight spot and reaches out to T.I. for help.
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