The Last O.G.
Cousin Bobby is accused of being a snitch after being released from prison early, and Tray faces a formidable bully in his new girlfriend’s ex-husband, who is a cop.
After six months of crashing at his mom's house, Tray leaves the nest in search of a place of his own, but he must first get some sage advice from a wise OG on how to battle the demons of his past.
Tray meets his neighbors as he settles into his new apartment. Meanwhile, Shay has mixed feelings when she learns that Shahzad’s “queen” is a white girl.
Tray and his family go on a city-wide hunt for an old pair of Air Jordans after Tray discovers that they are worth big bank.
It’s Thanksgiving and Tray is cooking up beef with his long-time rival and cousin, Fred. Meanwhile, Amira and Shahzad get to know the good, bad and ugly sides of their family.
After he’s shot while getting jumped, Tray finds himself in a coma. His family’s prayers are answered when he wakes up but he finds himself confined to a wheelchair. As he rehabilitates at Roberta’s home, Tray has difficulty being intimate with Jasmine and runs into an old nemesis named Veesy.
With Wavy’s help, Tray tracks down the person who shot him to set things straight. Jasmine has second thoughts about her relationship with Tray. Roberta teaches Amira and Shahzad how to do household chores.
Tray lobbies for and gets a job at Wavy’s new restaurant, where he meets an old foe. After helping a teenager named Javi fighting outside the restaurant, Tray is inspired to bury the hatchet and help Veesy. Struggling with the pressure of applying to college, Shahzad seeks a different path. Josh assists him while learning to play several instruments.
After Veesy declines his help, Tray decides to get enough signatures to keep the community center open in secret. When the community board looks to be voting the other way, Tray must decide whether to rely on dubious tactics - and an old friend from the neighborhood - to turn the tide. Roberta gets really into home security.
Tray begins teaching at the community center and training Javi in boxing until his mother shows up, angry he’s been skipping school. After Jaybird turns up homeless, Tray helps him get back on his feet before setting out to convince Javi’s mom to let Javi continue training. Roberta asks Josh to lend her a hand with a home appraisal.
Tray’s cooking class is interrupted when a young man named Demar comes to tell his pregnant girlfriend Felicia they have to run from the police. Along with Veesy, Jaybird, Roberta and Miss May Miller, Tray tries to convince Demar to turn himself in. Josh dreads visiting his parents because of their outdated views of him and his past struggles with addiction.
Anna Maria Horsford
Da'Vine Joy Randolph
Cedric the Entertainer
Ex-con rebuilds his life in crude yet oddly sweet comedy.
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