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A reality series that tracks the private moments and family life of rapper T.I.
In the Season 6 premiere, the Harris family returns as an even bigger brood as Tip and Tameka's baby girl, Heiress Diana, is introduced. However, the biggest news is the separation of Tip and Tameka.
T.I. and Tiny put on a brave face for their family and throw Heiress a fun-filled christening. Later, the time has come for a decision to be made about their marriage.
Tiny convinces Precious to try online dating; and Tip and Major play sick.
In the Season 5 premiere, T.I. and Tiny plan a vacation for just the two of them in Costa Rica. The family, however, thinks they should all go.
Major enlists T.I.'s help with a school project, but he grows discouraged when the rest of the family becomes too involved. Later, King writes a children's book.
Major wants to pursue acting; and T.I. intervenes when he notices his older kids are having trouble helping one another.
The kids organize a garage sale but end up selling a few of T.I.'s most valued possessions. Later, Zonnique creates her first solo music video.
Domani enlists the help of Tiny and his siblings to showcase his talents as an entertainer.
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.
Shekinah tires of being overweight and out of shape, so she goes under the knife. Elsewhere, T.I. considers taking the family to New Orleans for a music-video shoot for a song with Lil Wayne.
T.I. finds a suspicious text message on Niq Niq's phone and seeks to get to the bottom of things; and Tameka suggests Shekinah join an improv group.
Tameka proposes going on a family beach vacation to the West Coast. Elsewhere, controversy swirls when a love letter is found in King's backpack.
Tameka and Shekinah team up to make a workout video. Elsewhere, business and pleasure mix when T.I. heads to Los Angeles with the boys.
The kids land their first paid gig at the circus. Elsewhere, Messiah and Domani try to launch a fashion line.
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.
T.I. hires a tutor for Domani and King when they have less-than-perfect report cards. Elsewhere, Tameka puts her new girl group through rehearsals for their first paid gig.
T.I.'s friend K-Dub, who needs a place to stay, crashes at the house, but after a few days everyone wants him to leave. In other events, King wants to set a world record.
Tip's new restaurant opens. In other events, Niq Niq goes solo; and is joined in the studio by Tameka.
T.I.'s comedian pal visits the family and blackmails the kids after they break a vase. Later, Tiny and her friend compete in a lip-sync battle against their daughters.
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.
Tameka pursues her GED and hits the books in a bid to set an example for her children. Meanwhile, T.I. presses his teen sons to make some hard-earned cash.
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.
Shekinah moves into her new home, so Tameka suggests she go through a home-owner's boot camp. Meanwhile, T.I. tries to improve his children's basketball skills by organizing a game with hoops star Josh Smith.
T.I. goes on a two-month nationwide music tour. When the children aren't ready to let him go, they try to talk him into letting them join him.
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