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4.0 10 xDre's nieces and nephews decide to trick-or-treat in the neighbourhood. Dre confronts his cousin June Bug, who used to bully him.
3.0 9 xIn the Johnson home, Sundays involve SAT prep and sports, so when the family is invited to church on Sunday by the neighbours, Dre goes against his instinct of always saying 'no' and agrees.
4.0 8 xAfter Dre gets his yearly physical and comes home traumatised, Pops explains his generation's strong aversion towards healthcare and admits that he hasn't seen a doctor in years.
3.0 9 xAfter another Father's Day is overshadowed by graduation parties and holidays, Dre and his colleagues come up with a holiday entitled Daddy's Day, celebrating everything Father's Day isn't.
4.0 7 xJack performs the song Gold Digger at a school talent show and when he sings a lyric that includes THE word, it leads to his possible expulsion from school.
4.0 9 xAfter a break-in down the block, Dre talks about getting a gun, and Bow is not comfortable with the idea.
4.0 17 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 9 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 6 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 11 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'.