Law of Attraction – Dre worries that his machismo is being questioned by Rainbow after another man dismisses him in front of her. This leads to Pops helping his son save face and, in the process, opening the door to another chance with Ruby. Elsewhere, the school play takes a turn for the awkward when Jr. and Zoey are cast as the romantic leads in “Romeo and Juliet.”
The Gift of Hunger – The is a reality check time for the Johnson children courtesy of Dre, who decides that his kids have become spoiled after they turn their noses up at his favorite cheap restaurant in his old neighborhood.
The Prank King – Dre worries that his older kids are going to ruin his Halloween fun by refusing to take part in the Johnson tradition of seeing who can pull the most outlandish pranks on each other.
Crime and Punishment – The kids fear that an act of disobedience by Jack could lead to Dre and Rainbow going back on their word and reinstating spanking.
Crazy Mom – When Dre takes over “mom” duties, the praise he gets from everyone at the school goes to his head.
The Nod – Dre is on a mission to get Andre Jr. to become friends with more black kids after learning his son is clueless about “the nod.” Meanwhile, Rainbow wants to inspire little Diane to become a doctor, and so she takes her to work at the hospital on what ends up being a really bad day.
The Talk – Dre insists on giving Andre Jr. “the talk,” a decision he soon comes to regret when he’s inundated with nonstop questions about sex from his curious son.
Pilot – Advertising exec Dre looks forward to a promotion that would make him the first African American senior vice president at his firm in the premiere of this family sitcom, but he worries that there is a price to pay for his success when his son Andre Jr. announces that for his 13th birthday he’s converting to Judaism in order to have a Bar Mitzvah like all his friends.