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In the Season 3 finale, Dre throws Bow's baby shower and wants it to be unforgettable, but his plans are put on hold when Bow stops by the OB/GYN with a headache and discovers she is having complications.
When both Dre and Bow's families show up for Easter, they have to learn to love each other's different cuisines. Meanwhile, Junior tries to organize an Easter egg hunt but Jack and Diane pretend not to be interested to impress their cooler cousins.
Dre's initially reluctant to help Zoey secure a fellowship using his connections, but he gets her an opportunity at Teen Vogue after learning that Bow found her a place at the hospital. Elsewhere, Junior loses his first job at an arcade after reporting the (more…)
Dre decides to teach his kids the importance of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. while on their annual MLK holiday ski trip; and for Junior, this means a unique lesson on intolerance in the real world—or in his case, the ski lodge.
Dre vows to make Valentine's Day a romantic success, even though most years he and Rainbow end up quarreling; and Diane comes to the conclusion that she is too critical and accepts help from her siblings learning how to give a compliment.
Dre feel like it's his worst nightmare come true when Zoey brings home her first "serious" boyfriend, and he turns out to be a worldly French boy who's also named Andre.
Dre plans an amazing vow renewal to celebrate his 15 years of marriage to Bow, but things don't go as planned when Bow's hippie parents show up unannounced and end up fighting with Dre's mother and father.
Things begin to fall apart, in more ways than one, when Dre's 40th birthday approaches. As Dre worries that he's getting too old to be cool, Bow and Ruby compete over getting him the best gift, while the kids face their own present dilemma.
Bow invites her college friends over for an elaborate dinner party after reconnecting with them on Facebook; and on the same night, the kids decide to shoot a reality show, because one of the guests appeared on "The Real World."
Dre questions his own "blackness" when his street cred is challenged by a hip white exec who picks inept Charlie for a big urban market account. Meanwhile, a letter from the IRS causes Pops to fear the worst.
Dre's sister Rhonda takes Jack and Diane to her part of town in a black neighborhood and claims the twins are scared of their own community. Dre and Rhonda take them to a local diner to show them why it's so special. Meanwhile, Bow becomes the "office mom" (more…)
Bow encourages Dre to tell his mother what everybody else in the family already knows: That his sister, Rhonda, is gay. Meanwhile, Zoey tries to help Junior develop better "gaydar"; at the same time, Diane and Jack get competitive over Mother's Day gifts.
Bow feels overwhelmed after the birth of DeVante and learns she has postpartum depression, so Dre urges her to get help and stands by her side as she works through it. Meanwhile, the kids babyproof the house in an effort to help out their parents.
Dre drops Zoey off to college for her two-day orientation, where she hits it off with a fellow freshman after they ditch the campus tour and meet a guy at the Black Student Union booth; and Zoey finds out Dre never turned in her housing application, so she (more…)
Ruby gets scammed and Dre worries about her, fearing she isn't as sharp as she used to be. Meanwhile, Zoey's friend Aaron visits and Diane develops an instant crush on him.
In the fourth-season opener, the family attend a school play about Columbus Day, and Dre is dismayed by its inaccuracies. This inspires him to get Aloe Blacc to help him create a catchy song intended to raise awareness about a black holiday.
Dre's determined to have the best Christmas ever in light of Zoey being college-bound. Meanwhile, Johan and Gigi join the family to celebrate the holiday; and Bow babysits Gigi's newborn, triggering memories of how difficult caring for an infant can be.
Bow keeps in touch with Dre's incarcerated godbrother, Omar, but when they find out he is being released from prison, Omar's future sparks debate. Meanwhile, Ruby lets it slip to the kids that she's been to jail and they push her to tell them more secrets (more…)
Dre brings everyone together for a rowdy family game night and the competition is fierce. As the night progresses, alliances are formed and some are pushed to their limits. Meanwhile, Bow makes it clear how she feels about Junior's girlfriend, Megan.
Dre is chosen to lead Stevens & Lido's new charity campaign, which helps people give back to their community. When Bow advises Dre that there is more to giving back than cutting checks, he decides to donate some of his clothes to a man in need. Meanwhile (more…)
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