Black-ish - Season 6 Episode 19
Season 1 - Black-ish
"Advertising executive Dre happily anticipates a promotion; Andre Jr. wants to covert to Judaism and have a bar mitzvah like his friends."
"When Dre decides to give Andre Jr. the sex talk, he instantly regrets it when his son won't stop asking questions."
"Dre tries to help Andre Jr. expand his social circle. Rainbow tries to inspire Diane."
"When Dre takes over \"mom'' duties, the praise he gets from everyone at the school goes to his head."
"Rainbow and Dre agree they will no longer spank their children."
"Dre is disappointed when the older kids balk at a family tradition."
"When the kids disapprove of Dre's favorite cheap restaurant, he decides they all need to get jobs."
"When Dre's visiting mother butts heads with Bow, Dre searches for a way to get them to get along."
"Dre encourages the family to have each other's backs; Zoey and Andre Jr. must babysit the twins."
"Dre endeavors to take over the role of office Santa from the head of human resources."
"Dre's Machismo is questioned and Pops and Ruby reignite their love."
"While on the way to the family's annual ski trip, Dre teaches the kids about Martin Luther King Jr."
"Dre is determined to keep the peace on Valentine's Day. Diane's siblings try to help her be nice."
"Dre takes an instant dislike to Zoey's first serious boyfriend, a worldly teen from France."
"Dre teaches Andre Jr. how to trash-talk a school bully, Diane is afraid of the dark."
"Dre tries to arrange an amazing vow renewal for his and Bow's 15th anniversary. Beau Bridges and Jenifer Lewis guest star."
"Dre worries about getting older when he injures himself playing basketball before his 40th birthday."
"Bow learns from her colleague that Dre never had the vasectomy a few years back that he was supposedly scheduled, so she decides to see if he'll come clean and tell the truth. "
"Bow invites her friends from college to an elaborate dinner party in hopes of impressing them; Dre learns a lot about Bow's past; the kids decide to create their own reality show by documenting the party."
"When super cool--and white--exec Jay Sloane challenges Dre over his street cred and picks inept Charlie for a big urban market account, Dre finds himself questioning his \"blackness.\" Pops gets a letter from the IRS and fears the worst. "
"When teenager Zoey goes through a mini-rebellion phase by pushing boundaries and acting out, Dre wants to lay down the law, while Bow insists on a softer approach like her mom did with her."
"Dre's sister, Rhonda, is in town for Mother's Day and although she hasn't come out to the family, everyone knows she's gay, except Ruby. "
"Dre and Bow go ballistic when Junior declares he\u2019s joined the Young Republican Club to impress a girl. Since they really can\u2019t believe any reasonable black people would be Republicans, Dre and Bow arrange to meet Hillary\u2019s wealthy and conservative parents. Meanwhile, everyone teases Zoey when she finds out she needs glasses."
"Pops comes to the rescue with the colorful story of how his great-great grandfather, Drexler Johnson, bet the future of the Johnson family against a ruthless gangster, Elroy Savoy, for Jack and Diane's school assignment."
Season 2 - Black-ish
"Jack performs the song \u201cGold Digger\u201d at a school talent show and when he sings a lyric that includes THE word, it leads to his possible expulsion from school. Dre and Bow work together to get him reinstated, and along the way, examine the evolution of THE word through the generations and just who, if anyone, has the right to use it."
" After a break-in down the block, Dre talks about getting a gun, and Bow is not comfortable with the idea. Which leads everyone to debate \u2014 there are many different ways to protect your family, but what\u2019s the \u201cbest\u201d way? Jack and Diane are shocked that they have been living in the house unprotected, Junior sets off on a quest to protect the family from the real threat, cyber terrorism, and Zoey has Pops teach her the art of Karate to defend herself."
"After Dre gets his yearly physical and comes home traumatized, Pops explains his generation's strong aversion towards healthcare and admits that he hasn't seen a doctor in years. Shocked by this disclosure, Dre and Bow try to convince Pops to get a check-up and he begrudgingly agrees. When Pops finds out he has a clogged artery and needs a small procedure, the rest of The Johnson family handles the news in different ways."
"After another lackluster Father\u2019s Day overshadowed by graduation parties and summer vacations, Dre and his colleagues decide to come up with a holiday initiative entitled \u201cDaddy\u2019s Day,\u201d celebrating everything that Father\u2019s Day is not. When Dre meets Resheida, a friend of Zoey\u2019s who doesn\u2019t have a Dad, they develop a bond after he is snubbed by Zoey and she backs him up on the fact that Dads should be respected and heralded. Meanwhile, Junior decides to help Bow around the house but ends up becoming more of a hassle than a help."
"In the Johnson home, Sundays involve SAT prep and sports, so when the family is invited to Church on Sunday by the neighbors, Dre goes against his instinct of always saying \u201cno\u201d and agrees. When they end up having one of the best Sundays they can remember, they realize they should say \u201cyes\u201d to things more often. Meanwhile, Jack and Diane find out they were never baptized, and take it upon themselves to do whatever they want."
"Ever since he was a kid, Dre has loved Halloween. Now that he lives in one of those \u201cgood candy neighborhoods,\u201d kids come from all over the city to trick-or-treat, including Dre\u2019s own nieces and nephews. The cousins are known for roughhousing and The Johnson kids aren\u2019t happy when they come around, but Dre feels his kids could use some toughening. Meanwhile, Dre gets a surprise visit from his own cousin, June Bug, who used to torment Dre as a kid."
"While Dre and Bow take Zoey on a trip to visit Bow's alma mater, Brown University, Dre battles with his fear of flying through a little pharmaceutical assistance to get him through the flight. One loopy miscommunication leads to another and somehow Charlie ends up babysitting the kids. When Charlie shares details about Dominique (played by Amber Rose), an old flame that has come back into the picture, the kids hatch a plan to charm her by pretending that the home and children are all a part of Charlie's domesticated lifestyle. Meanwhile, Bow becomes over-excited about sharing Brown University with Zoey and after a series of embarrassing moments, threatens to turn Zoey off from Brown altogether."
"While Bow prepares for the Johnson family\u2019s annual Christmas card shoot, Dre takes Junior and Jack to the Barber Shop to get a hair cut from his lifelong Barber, T. When Junior decides to let another Barber cut his hair, Dre feels Junior has violated the most sacred of codes. The family is not happy with Dre\u2019s new hair cut but Dre is disappointed in Junior\u2019s lack of loyalty to T."
"Dre has always looked out for the crew he grew up with, but when his childhood friend Sha comes to stay at the house for a few days, Bow thinks he is taking advantage of Dre\u2019s generosity. Meanwhile, Daphne Lido, the now ex-wife of Stevens & Lido\u2019s founding partner, gains control of half of the company and wants to start inserting herself in company business. When Daphne starts to question Charlie\u2019s work ethic, Dre must decide who he remains loyal to."
"Dre thinks Christmas has become commercialized and is all about \u201cstuff,\u201d and no one loves \u201cstuff\u201d more than his kids. Pops and Ruby think they have forgotten the true meaning of Christmas and come up with a new plan to pare down gifts and spend more time together. The kids don\u2019t handle the news well and hope that if they put on their best behavior Dre and Bow will cave in. Meanwhile, Daphne Lido, who is single for her first holiday alone, invites herself to the Johnson family home to celebrate with them."
"Dre's childhood best friend Gigi Franklin is in town, and Bow feels like an afterthought whenever the two of them are together. Dre and Gigi are like brother and sister, but it doesn't help that Gigi is an international pop star with model looks. When they get into an argument, Dre turns to Bow, who convinces him that she can fill Gigi's shoes as his best friend and they give it a trial run. Meanwhile, the kids always look forward to a visit from Aunt Gigi and during her stay, they become inspired to film a music video and become Youtube stars."
"Dre has never had a problem with Pops dating, but when it comes to Ruby, he won't let anyone come between them. When Ruby invites Dre and Bow to meet the new man in her life, Dre immediately goes on the defensive and finds any reason to dislike him. Once Pops learns that Ruby's suitor is the real deal, he comes up with a plan to distract her. Meanwhile, Junior meets a girl on a dating site, and Zoey, Jack and Diane convince him he's being scammed, so they devise a plan to meet \"the girl\" in person."
"After a month of heavy spending, Dre and Bow start to question if they are living too large. Dre's crazy accountant, James Brown, has always been their go-to money guy, but when the topic of finances gets brought up at work, Mr. Stevens refers Dre to his more straight-laced accountant for a second opinion. Dre and Bow realize they need to be more financially responsible and try to prove to each other that they can live without their outrageous expenses. Meanwhile, the kids overhear their parents talking about money and Junior decides to start day trading."
"After Dre notices that his neighbor Janine has never invited his family to any of her pool parties, he assumes she is racially stereotyping them as a family that doesn\u2019t swim. The kids are shocked to find out that, in fact, Dre doesn\u2019t know how to swim. At work, Dre shares the story with his colleagues, and Daphne Lido is not convinced it\u2019s a race thing, so Dre confronts Janine directly. Meanwhile, Jack and Diane are a part of the Girls\u2019 and Boys\u2019 Rovers Organization, and they envy each other\u2019s activities."
"Jack and Diane are tired of being twins, and after much pleading, Dre and Bow give in to letting them explore their lives as individuals. Meanwhile, Dre buys Zoey her first car, and she is over the moon. But when he shares the news at work, his colleagues bring up all the terrible things teens do with cars, and Dre starts to question whether Zoey is ready for one after all."
"When the kids ask some tough questions in the midst of a highly publicized court case involving alleged police brutality and an African-American teenager, Dre and Bow are conflicted on how best to field them. Dre, along with Pops and Ruby, feel the kids need to know what kind of world they\u2019re living in, while Bow would like to give them a more hopeful view about life. When the verdict is announced, the family handles the news in different ways while watching the community react."
"Jack and Diane are doing biography projects about each other in school, and Diane decides to shoot a documentary on Jack's budding basketball career. Jack is the star of rec ball but when Dre and Bow learn about travel ball, a much more serious league where all the pros start out, they find a way to get Jack in. The kids are much more talented than Jack is used to, and to Dre and Bow's dismay, he becomes a bench warmer. Meanwhile, Junior becomes a referee and takes his new responsibilities a little too far, while Zoey meets a new love interest on the court."
"Dre and Bow start to slip on the kids' activities and chores around the house, so Bow persuades Dre to hire a nanny. After several interviews that don\u2019t go well, they meet Vivian, who impresses them with her desire to take care of the whole family, including Dre and Bow. Dre struggles with the idea of hiring a black nanny, but decides to give her a try. Meanwhile, Diane decides to run for class president, so when the smart and bubbly Susie Kwest becomes her competition, Zoey helps Diane create a smear campaign to win Diane the vote."
"When Dre and Bow realize they don't have a legal guardian for their kids, they make it their mission to find replacement parents should anything happen to them. Meanwhile, Zoey and Junior reveal the truth to Jack about their old dog's death and other family secrets he naively accepted."
"Dre\u2019s sister, Rhonda, is getting married to her girlfriend, Sharon, and the upcoming nuptials lead to a conversation on tradition. Dre finds out that Bow is against the patriarchal convention of taking the man\u2019s last name, but he never knew this because Bow\u2019s maiden name is also Johnson. Meanwhile, Jack and Diane want to be the ring bearer and flower girl but worry they\u2019ve aged out of the gigs, and Junior and Zoey prep Ruby to embrace her daughter\u2019s relationshi."
"Dre has always strived to mirror his life after the model families he grew up watching on TV. When news spreads that Stevens & Lido is going through layoffs, Dre panics that his family\u2019s reputation will be tarnished if he loses his job. Meanwhile, Bow has something to prove when she\u2019s put in charge of the school auction and refuses to ask the other moms for help. Instead, she enlists the kids who end up doing more harm than good to the family name."
"Dre has always felt his older son was never like him, but when he finally meets Junior\u2019s cool friends, Dre is all in and happy that his son may have the opportunity for an actual social life. Meanwhile, Bow is dealing with Ruby, Zoey, Jack and Diane not confessing to things breaking around the house and decides to handle it her own way after some judgment from Vivian."
"The flu is going around the Johnson household, and with things in flux at work, Dre tries to avoid catching the bug at all costs. Dre has to step up and take care of the whole family. Ruby is in quarantine with Bow, and she learns a lot about her mother-in-law. Meanwhile, the kids want Bow to take care of them and resist Dre\u2019s help."
"Dre is left exhausted after wrestling with a lot of stress at work and while at home, he drifts to sleep watching a TV marathon of Good Times \u2013 cue the dream sequence. The Johnson family goes back in time to the 1970s transforming into the classic TV show's characters."
Season 3 - Black-ish
"Dre decides to take his family to Walt Disney World on the magical, first-class vacation experience he was never able to have as a kid. With the help of a VIP tour guide, Dre and the kids take full advantage of their VIP status. Meanwhile, Bow, Pops and Ruby set off on their own adventure at Walt Disney World."
"When Dre discovers that Zoey is questioning her belief in God, he undergoes a crisis of faith and leans on family members and coworkers for their input. Meanwhile, Bow\u2019s brother Johan comes to stay with The Johnsons after living abroad and becomes an instant thorn in Dre\u2019s side."
"With Obama leaving office and the upcoming election, Dre finds a new candidate to believe in \u2013 Junior. Junior is running for class president and is overqualified for the job, but he just can\u2019t seem to connect with his fellow classmates. Dre becomes his campaign manager and tries to make Junior appeal to the masses. Meanwhile, Pops, Johan and Jack discuss why they\u2019re not voting in the upcoming election, and Bow is worried that Zoey\u2019s college essay is not going to get her into college."
"After a situation arises at work, Dre\u2019s views are confronted regarding how black people are perceived now versus when he grew up. He wants to be more open-minded about being a part of his community, and his first step is joining his Homeowners\u2019 Association. Meanwhile, Bow wants to spend more time with the kids before the new baby arrives and gets advice from Pops on how to make them want to be around her."
"After Junior embarrasses Dre during a basketball game, Dre decides to remind Junior of his master pranking skills so he\u2019ll never challenge him again. Meanwhile, the neighborhood participates in a \u201cmischief night\u201d during Halloween where petty crimes become legal, and Ruby takes it too far with the kids."
"When Jack and Diane bring home the results of their career tests, Dre and Bow must come to terms with the fact that Jack may have a blue-collar future. Meanwhile, Ruby is convinced Diane is possessed with a little help from Junior and Zoey."
"Pops\u2019 older sister Almaviligerais unexpectedly arrives for Thanksgiving, much to everyone\u2019s delight except Ruby, who can\u2019t stand her ex-sister-in-law. While Bow and Dre go on their last vacation before the baby arrives, the kids try to figure out why Ruby hates Almaviligerais so much."
"Bow must address unresolved feelings about her own biracial identity when Junior brings home his first girlfriend, who happens to be white. Dre is handling a big project for a client at work and relies on Charlie to teach him how to relate to the campaign\u2019s white, female point-person. Meanwhile, Zoey needs extra credit for her design class, and asks Jack and Diane if she can remodel their room."
"Bow urges Dre to use his connections and secure Zoey a fellowship, but he doesn\u2019t want his daughter relying on nepotism. When Bow finds Zoey a place at the hospital, Dre balks at the idea and successfully pulls some strings at Teen Vogue. Meanwhile, Junior loses his first job at an arcade pizza joint that the twins love after he reports their unclean practices to corporate, and they shut it down."
"Zoey is college-bound, so Dre sets out to create the best family Christmas ever, even having Johan and his best friend, Gigi, over for the celebration. Meanwhile, Bow babysits Gigi\u2019s newborn and remembers just how difficult mothering a baby is."
"When Diane stumbles onto some websites that give her more than she bargained for, Dre and Bow must take action. Concerned that the internet is corrupting their children, Dre and Bow decide to make their home an internet free-zone and deal with the backlash."
"The nation is still reeling after the outcome of the presidential election, and tensions are particularly high at Dre\u2019s work. Much to his frustration, they haven\u2019t been able to get anything done since election night \u2013 eight weeks ago. Meanwhile, Junior is dealing with a disenfranchised student body as class president, and when he is asked to deliver Martin Luther King Jr.\u2019s \u201cI Have a Dream\u201d speech at school, Pops teaches him there is more to the speech than Junior thought."
"Bow convinces a begrudging Dre to try therapy, and he learns how to cope with his anger issues. Meanwhile, Johan becomes a life coach to the kids."
"Dre and Bow have a gender reveal party, and Dre is thrilled because it\u2019s his turn to name the baby. He decides on a culturally significant name that Bow and Ruby aren\u2019t a fan of. Meanwhile, Zoey\u2019s plan to have an anti-Valentine\u2019s Day with her friend Shelly is thwarted when Junior asks Shelly out on a date, so Diane tries to fill in as Zoey\u2019s BFF."
"When Dre goes back to Compton for a funeral, he is reunited with his old crew and struggles with survivor\u2019s remorse for the friends he left behind. Meanwhile, Bow becomes self-conscious when Ruby criticizes her parenting style."
"Dre is forced to participate in jury duty after Junior responds to the summons that was thrown away. The case is supposed to be open and shut, but when Dre sees that the defendant is a young African American, he feels a civic responsibility to give him a fair trial. Meanwhile, Bow decides to let the kids swear in the house since they are more open with her that way, but she and Ruby soon regret the decision."
"Janine gives Diane a white Girlstory doll for her birthday, and when Bow tries to return it for a black doll, she is shocked by the limited options offered. Dre blames the lack of representation of African Americans in the media, but when confronting this systematic problem, he realizes that he has prejudices of his own. Meanwhile, Ruby enlists the help of Junior to be her Spades partner."
"Dre considers taking paternity leave after he realizes that Zoey is arguably the best child and their bond developed while he was unemployed when she was born. Meanwhile, Bow tries to hide her pregnancy in order to get a promotion, and Ruby convinces the kids that their nanny, Vivian, is stealing from them."
"Dre is excited about doing a campaign with a popular rap star but becomes conflicted when Bow and Ruby provide feedback suggesting it plays on stereotypes. Meanwhile, Bow is determined to get the family to stop eating so much take-out food."
"Dre\u2019s sister Rhonda is in town, and he feels a little jealous of her close relationship with Pops. Dre and Bow urge Zoey to take Junior to a high school party, and things get out of hand. Meanwhile, the twins feel like they\u2019re soon to be forgotten, so they decide to live life to the fullest."
"Bow\u2019s sister comes to town after filming a stint on a reality show, and they couldn\u2019t have less in common. Meanwhile, Zoey suggests that Dre spend more time with Junior since she\u2019s leaving for college, and Jack and Diane decide to rebrand themselves."
"When Zoey gets into several colleges around the country, Dre and Bow begin to feel worried and sentimental. They reflect back on memories they\u2019ve had with the family and wonder what life will be like without her around all the time. Pops enlists the twins to try and sway Zoey to go to college in a city they want to visit."
"Dre tearfully drops Zoey off to college for her two-day orientation, and she hits it off with fellow incoming freshman Miriam after they ditch the campus tour. They are smitten upon meeting Aaron, who is running the Black Student Union booth at the club fair. When Zoey finds out that Dre never turned in her housing application, she pays a visit to President Schock and Dean Parker to plead for mercy."
"Initially wary, Dre embraces throwing Bow\u2019s baby shower and wants it to be unforgettable. However, his plans are put on hold when Bow stops by the OB\/GYN with a headache and discovers she is having complications."
Season 4 - Black-ish
"The Johnsons go to Jack and Diane\u2019s school play about Columbus Day, and Dre is dismayed by the historically inaccurate way that the holiday is portrayed. He feels like there aren\u2019t 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\u2019t as sharp as she used to be, particularly because she was the one who used to scam other people. Zoey\u2019s friend Aaron visits and Diane develops an instant crush on him."
"Dre brings everyone together for a rowdy family game night and the competition is fierce. The game of choice is Monopoly and as the night progresses, alliances are formed and some are pushed to their limits. Meanwhile, Bow makes it clear how she feels about Junior\u2019s girlfriend, Megan."
"An incident at school threatens Junior\u2019s 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."
"Bow keeps in touch with Dre\u2019s incarcerated godbrother, Omar, but when they find out he is being released from prison, Omar\u2019s future sparks debate. Meanwhile, Ruby lets it slip to the kids that she\u2019s been to jail and they push her to tell them more secrets from her past."
"Dre is chosen to lead Stevens & Lido\u2019s 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, Junior fails his driving test, so Ruby offers to chaperone a trip with him and the twins on an informative outing."
"Dre is diagnosed with Type 2 Diabetes and after talking to Pops, he\u2019s resolved to curing himself. Things come to a head at the Stevens & Lido holiday party. Meanwhile, Jack is convinced that baby Devante hates him, so he enlists Junior and Diane\u2019s help."
"Bow struggles to adjust as she returns to work after maternity leave. Meanwhile, Ruby gives the twins a \u201cworkaround\u201d plan to get out of doing homework."
"Dre\u2019s sister Rhonda is in town and Ruby has a talk with them about her inheritance. Meanwhile, Bow\u2019s sister Santamonica is also in town and she hires Junior to become her assistant."
"Dre is selected to run point on a campaign that focuses on \u201cThe Talk,\u201d which refers to the conversations that Black parents have with their children through the decades to prepare them for the racial bias they may face in the world. Meanwhile, Bow finds an online group of women that she leans on for advice and support."
"Dre and Bow\u2019s morning routine with the kids is changing now that Bow is taking some time off work. Meanwhile, Junior bonds with Diane now that he is in charge of driving his siblings to school,"
"Dre and Bow confront gender biases of their own after finding out that both Junior and Zoey have become sexually active. Meanwhile, Ruby is hurt when she finds out that Jack and Diane have been hanging out with a friend\u2019s grandmother after school."
"When Jack and Diane get in trouble at school, Dre and Bow have to figure out the right balance of discipline and support so that their kids aren\u2019t too afraid of authority nor entitled either. Meanwhile, Ruby thinks Junior\u2019s Spanish teacher is flirting with him, and he begins to realize that girls at school are starting to check him out."
"Dre reluctantly helps Junior plan Pops\u2019 65th birthday party and starts to see his dad\u2019s past in a new light. Meanwhile, Bow decides to say \u201cyes\u201d to everything for a whole year and Jack & Diane take advantage of her."
"When both Dre and Bow\u2019s families show up for Easter, they have to learn to love each other\u2019s 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."
"When Junior is accepted to Howard and Stanford, Dre tries to convince him to attend his alma mater. Meanwhile, Jack develops a comedy style and Ruby decides she\u2019s going to manage his career, forcing Diane to compete for her attention."
"The family is divided over the idea of getting a dog after Dre and Bow promise Jack they can get one after he gets Straight A\u2019s \u2013 and he does! Meanwhile, Bow\u2019s brother Johan is in town and he doesn\u2019t get the warm welcome he expects from Ruby."
"Dre and Bow have been fighting more than usual, and they decide to go back to their therapist who suggests they make time for a date night. Meanwhile, after Devante\u2019s first birthday party, the bouncy house gets left behind, and Jack and Diane take advantage of it in different ways."
"Tensions are high between Dre and Bow as their contractor arrives to remodel the kitchen, realizing they have grown apart. Dre reflects on the good times in his relationship with Bow."
"The Johnson kids attempt to keep their emotions in check after an estranged Dre and Bow try \u201cnesting,\u201d taking turns living in the family house separately to give each other space. But tensions mount as the family gathers together for Junior\u2019s high school graduation."
"Dre and Bow are living separate lives and switching off with the kids. They start to realize how much they relied on each other and how hard it is being on their own. Dre gets his sleek, ultra-modern dream house in the canyon with all the amenities, and Bow doesn\u2019t think it\u2019s suitable for the kids."
Season 5 - Black-ish
"After dropping Junior off at college, Dre and Bow are beside themselves when they find him back at home announcing his decision to take a gap year. Meanwhile, Jack and Diane begin to question whether they should still be sharing a room."
"The neighbors decide to rent their house out for homestays and it\u2019s causing problems for the Johnsons. Dre develops a newfound joy of calling the cops over petty neighborhood issues but begins to question the example he is setting for Jack. Meanwhile, Diane develops her first crush and Bow wants to help but lets Zoey take the lead."
"The twins opt out of the family Halloween costume for fear it will hurt their social status in middle school. Dre and Bow take it upon themselves to protect them from bullies by putting together the best haunted house and invite the whole seventh grade. Meanwhile, Junior starts spending time with a girl from Ruby\u2019s choir and Ruby doesn\u2019t know how to feel about it."
"The family is shocked to learn that Jack and Diane are not familiar with the iconic music of Prince. One by one, each member of the family works to explain Prince\u2019s tremendous impact on their lives through his music."
"Bow\u2019s mom, Alicia, visits the family for the first time since the loss of Bow\u2019s dad, and she is still heavily grieving. Bow decides to throw a big luau-themed party for what would have been her dad\u2019s next birthday. Meanwhile, Mason has an extra ticket to an MMA fight and invites Diane on the same night as the party."
"Junior hasn\u2019t been doing much at home during his gap year, so Dre decides to put him to work as an intern at Stevens & Lido. Junior is astonished to see Dre\u2019s co-workers say offensive things and Dre letting it slide. Meanwhile, Bow lets Ruby watch Devante after the nanny quits; and Ruby has a hard time following Bow\u2019s rules."
"Bow makes a new friend at work and Dre thinks she has broken bird syndrome. Meanwhile, Junior transforms his shared room with Jack into a frat house, and Ruby and Diane gang up against them."
"The Johnsons have a tradition of going to the movies on Christmas and they can never agree on what to see. Dre wants to see an important film about Rosa Parks, but they all want to see the latest action-packed superhero blockbuster. Meanwhile, Junior becomes embarrassed about taking a gap year after he runs into his ex-girlfriend Megan at the theater."
"Dre must take Jack and Diane on a mandatory camping trip for school and hatches a plan for them to escape to a fancy hotel for some pampering. Meanwhile, Bow gets an award at work, but feels undermined after a colleague is surprised to learn that she went to USC for med school."
"Dre and Bow are furious after Diane isn\u2019t lit properly in her class photo. Diane doesn\u2019t want to make it a big deal, but they decide to talk to the principal about the need for sensitivity toward all complexions. Meanwhile, Junior claims there is unspoken colorism within their own family, and things get heated."
"Dre\u2019s teenage cousin Kyra needs a place to stay and the Johnsons decide to take her in, but they have different approaches to helping her adjust to suburban life. Meanwhile, Jack and Diane try to vet Kyra on social media to get information on her."
"Dre and Bow struggle with the changing times of identity politics and gender neutrality. Diane auditions for the school play and scores the male lead part, but her crush starts spending time with another girl. Meanwhile, Junior\u2019s Valentine\u2019s Day date goes awry after Dre and Pops have a talk with him about chivalry."
"Junior is working at Stevens & Lido as an intern and takes some time to find his footing; but when he offers an idea during a pitch meeting, Dre immediately puts him in his place. Meanwhile, Bow has a meeting with one of Kyra\u2019s teachers and learns that she has an aptitude for chemistry, but Kyra doesn\u2019t want to transfer to a magnet school."
"Dre is upset after he learns that Jack and Diane are getting the same surface-level education about Black History Month that he got when he was growing up. After taking it up with the twins\u2019 teacher, he is asked to present at the assembly and wants to bring Black history to life."
"Dre and Bow want to send Kyra to Valley Glen Prep, but after the school treats them like a charity case, they are infuriated. Meanwhile, Junior wants to get a job as Josh\u2019s assistant at Stevens & Lido."
"After Kyra\u2019s estranged father, Perry, shows up and wants to bring Kyra home to Houston, Dre and Bow work to show him the amazing life they can provide for her. Meanwhile, the kids go on a mission to get her one last chili dog from Larry\u2019s."
"Dre feels like he has made a difference with the diversity at Stevens & Lido as the head of the Urban Division, but when Junior tells him that Josh is his mentor, Dre flips out. Meanwhile, Jack and Diane show their friends a video of Bow dancing and now she\u2019s become the hot mom."
"As they are planning Devante\u2019s birthday, Bow wants to be more mindful with all the new child-rearing rules these days, but Dre isn\u2019t having it. Junior tells Jack and Diane that they need to be more mindful of the environment and their first order of business is changing Ruby\u2019s bad habits."
"Jack is going through an experimental phase and getting himself into trouble, so Dre chaperones the twins\u2019 school dance to keep an eye on him. Meanwhile, Junior fights with his girlfriend, Niecy, after she thinks he spends too much time taking care of Devante."
"Dre\u2019s 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\u2019s so special. Meanwhile, Bow becomes the \u201coffice mom\u201d at work, and Junior tries to help her break the label."
"Dre is thrilled when Jack makes the football team, but Bow is against the idea. Meanwhile, Diane wants Junior to drive her to her first real date with Jalen, but Junior overstays his welcome."
"Dre has concerns about Jack and Diane spending the weekend with their friends\u2019 family in the desert. Meanwhile, Pops is forced to come to terms with how he treats women after he helps set Junior up."
"After Junior gets an offer for his dream job working with Migos, Dre and Bow are determined to convince him to return to college and get his degree."
Season 6 - Black-ish
"Summer was a season of change for the Johnsons. The twins are headed into eighth grade, and Junior is out on his own managing social media for Migos. Meanwhile, Pops reveals that he is getting married."
"When Rainbow and Dre realize Junior\u2019s been taking them for granted, they decide it\u2019s time to band together and cut him off for good. Meanwhile, Jack discovers he has a very lucrative talent, only Ruby wants to use it for all the wrong reasons."
"When Bow learns that Diane and Ruby don\u2019t believe in feminism, she brings Diane to meet the women in her feminist group. Bow\u2019s friend Abby thinks the group needs to be more inclusive, so Bow invites three of her girlfriends to join. Meanwhile, Junior and Jack help Dre after he realizes he is out of touch with modern-day feminism."
"Jack gets cut from the basketball team and it leads to a family discussion about him being short for his age. Dre is worried for his future, but Bow feels strongly that Jack will overcome his adversity and be stronger for it."
"When Dre is invited to join a private social club for the black upper class, Bow and the family jump at the opportunity to mingle with this new community, but Dre\u2019s not so sure these exclusive clubs are all they\u2019re cracked up to be. Meanwhile, Junior helps Pops pick a wedding date."
"Halloween is around the corner and the Johnsons are definitely not seeing eye to eye on the family costume. The only thing they do agree on is that Jack\u2019s new friend Raymond has got to go. Meanwhile, Junior wants Devante\u2019s first trick-or-treating experience to be perfect."
10 Dec 2019
"Dre is thrown off when Pops shows up to the house full of holiday cheer; the whole family gets into the holiday spirit until someone from Lynette's past shows up."
Season 34 - Black-ish
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