It's a show about every family! In its first season, Black-ish has already taught us so much about family and parenting. Here's are some important parenting tips we've learned so far.
Parents Dre (Anthony Anderson) and Rainbow (Tracee Ellis Ross) know how to have a good time with their kids.
Each of the Johnson kids have individual strengths. They are all special in their own ways.
Grandma can have all the time she wants with her grandkids!
Zoey has so many of Dre's characteristics it's a little scary. Like daddy like daughter.
Don't look at the dimples! They'll get you everytime.
Spare the rod and spoil the child? Not necessarily.
The family that plays together stays together.
It will always be a compliment when people tell Diane she's "so much like her mom."
Pops (played by Lawrence Fishburne) demands respect.
It's alright. We all mess up sometimes.
Just because they're younger than you doesn't mean they can't teach you a thing or two.
There are certain things your kids just won't learn in school. For example: The Nod.
Sometimes your kids actually DO want your input.
Sure, Zoey's always on her phone. But she's making connections, learning, and growing.
Between work and family obligations, Bow makes sure she stays healthy and happy.
He was uber proud of Zoey's entrepreneurial spirit, but Dre's top-tier ad campaign was over the top.
Halloween family style? Never let that one go!