The Johnsons go to Jack and Diane's school play about Columbus Day, and Dre is dismayed by the historically inaccurate way that the holiday is portrayed. He feels like there aren't enough black holidays, so he enlists Aloe Blacc at work to help him create a catchy song to raise awareness for a holiday worth celebrating: Juneteenth.
Bow is feeling overwhelmed after the birth of DeVante, and learns she is suffering from postpartem depression. Dre urges her to get help and stands by her side while she works through it. Meanwhile, the kids babyproof the house in an effort to help their parents out.
Ruby gets scammed and Dre begins to suspect that she isn't as sharp as she used to be, particularly because she was the one who used to scam other people. Elsewhere, Zoey's friend Aaron visits and Diane develops an instant crush on him.
The Johnsons get together to play Monopoly during family game night and the competition is intense. As the night progresses, alliances are formed and some family members are pushed to their limits. Meanwhile, Bow makes it clear how she feels about Junior's girlfriend, Megan.
An incident at school threatens Junior's future at his beloved Valley Glen Prep.
Diane experiences a big life event toward becoming a woman and Bow, Ruby, Zoey, and Alicia are there to support her. Meanwhile, afraid that he may never be able to beat Junior at basketball again, Dre conducts psychological warfare on Junior before challenging him to a game.
Andre "Dre" Johnson
Tracee Ellis Ross
Andre Johnson Jr.
Race is tackled gently in fresh family friendly sitcom.
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