Tim tells TJ stories about Grandma Robbie singing with Ike and Tina Turner.
After being dissatisfied with kitchen manager D'Angelo's fried chicken, Andre attempts to show the Sweetie Pie's staff how to properly cook his favorite dish. But, when it comes to the taste test, will Andre's chicken measure up? More importantly, will it even be cooked?
Welcome to Sweetie Pie's follows a family-owned soul food restaurant.
For Miss Robbie's birthday gift, Charles presents his aunt with an adorable framed photo of himself with two of the new puppies. But this gift comes with an ulterior motive; Charles hopes the photo will convince Robbie to let him keep the puppies in an empty townhouse she is trying to sell for the next eight weeks. Will puppy dog eyes be able to melt Miss Robbie's heart?
Charles has decided to get serious about acting, so he decides to take an improv class. His first homework lesson is to shadow someone to study and imitate their behavior. He decides to follow Michelle, a cook at Sweetie Pie's, around, but will he be able to play the part in front of his classmates?
Tim challenges Miss Robbie to a cook-off to prove that he can plan the new menu.
Monique tries to convince Jenae and lil' Charles to get tattoos with her, but once they get to the tattoo studio, will they end up going through with it?
It's time for Miss Robbie to start compiling the recipes for her cookbook, but when it comes to typing it all up on the computer, Miss Robbie is at a loss. She enlists Lil' Charles for a crash course in computer literacy, but can he teach his 73-year-old auntie to use the computer?
As Andre continues to have bad grades, Miss Robbie is ready to send him home.
After a big party at Sky Zone, Jenae and Tim throw a second, family-only birthday party for their 2-year-old son.
They may bicker and they may fight, but at the end of the day, the cast of Welcome to Sweetie Pie's has a lot to be grateful for, and they're telling all as they decorate the Upper Crust Christmas tree in this hilarious and revealing holiday special.
In an attempt to make some extra cash to pay for his head shots, Lil' Charles tries to make some tips at the restaurant. The other waiters notice Lil' Charles trying to steal their tables and send him back to the kitchen.
With a looming deadline, Miss Robbie's publisher suggests she hire a cookbook writer to help with her manuscript. Meanwhile, Tim hatches a plan to bottle Robbie's new sweet tea recipe, and Jan gives freeloading Charles an ultimatum: Grow up or get out.
Miss Robbie, Tim, and Charles interview chefs for the new Sweetie Pie's in Memphis, but Robbie's take on the process starts to grate on Tim. Will they find the culinary masters they need to staff their new restaurant?
Tim decides that he wants to get his mom something for her birthday that she won't forget. His idea? To write her a song...and trick her into performing it at her own birthday party! We sat down with Tim and Robbie to talk about how it all went down in this exclusive video.
Download the TV Guide app for iPhone, iPad and Android!