4.0 5 xJack and Diane learn the history of the Johnson family from Pops, who tells them a colourful story about his great-great grandfather's dealings with a ruthless gangster during the 1920s.
4.0 2 xLiberals Dre and Bow freak out over Junior's decision to join the Young Republican Club to impress a girl. Meanwhile, Zoey gets teased about having to wear glasses.
4.0 5 xWhen 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'.
3.0 5 xBow 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 a better 'gaydar'.
3.0 4 xWhen 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 mum did with her.