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An upper-middle-class black man struggles to raise his children with a sense of cultural identity despite constant contradictions and obstacles coming from his liberal wife, old-school father and his assimilated, color-blind kids.

Duration:22 mins

Quality: HD

Release:2014

IMDb:7.1

Season 1 - black-ish
"Dre anticipates a promotion at work. Andre Jr. announces he's converting to Judaism."
"Dre insists on giving his son \"the talk\", but soon regrets it when he's bombarded with questions about sex."
"Dre tries to help Andre Jr. expand his social circle; Rainbow takes Diane to the hospital in hope of inspiring her, but things don't go as planned."
"Dre agrees to do Rainbow's \"mom\" duties for a week."
"Although Dre and Rainbow agreed they would no longer spank their kids, all bets might be off when Jack disobeys. Now, Zoey, Junior, Diane and a nervous Jack are afraid that their parents will go back on their word."
"Dre fears his holiday fun will be ruined when the older kids balk at the glorious Johnson Halloween tradition of seeing who can pull the most outlandish pranks on each other."
"After the kids turn their collective noses up at Dre's favorite cheap restaurant in his old 'hood,' he decides it's time to give them a reality check. He insists all of them get jobs."
"Dre's mother, Ruby, comes for a visit, and she smothers her pork chops with gravy, Dre with love, and would like to flat out smother Bow. Dre tries to find a way to get the two most important women in his life to get along."
"Dre wants the family to feel more connected so he embraces what it means to have each other's backs. Bow and Dre invoke \"Team Johnson\" putting the less-than-enthusiastic Zoey and Andre Jr. in charge of babysitting the twins."
"Certain that his annual office Christmas party needs a black Santa, Dre goes out of his way to fill the red suit, even though the head of HR already got the job. Meanwhile, Bow doesn't feel like competing with Ruby over who cooks the big holiday dinner."
"Dre worries Rainbow is questioning his manliness, so Pops tries to help his son save face. Meanwhile, things get awkward when Jr. is selected to play \"Romeo\" to his sister Zoey's \"Juliet\" in their school play."
"On the way to the Johnson family's annual MLK holiday ski trip, Dre realizes his children may not know the significance of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. so he decides to inundate them with Dr. King history facts."
"Dre is determined to keep the peace on Valentine's Day; Diane's siblings try to teach Diane how to give a compliment."
"When Zoey brings home her first \"serious\" boyfriend,also named Andre, Dre takes an instant dislike to him for many reasons. He's thrilled when they break up...until he learns that Andre dumped Zoey because she's too shallow."
"Andre Jr. is being bullied at school so Dre teaches him how to defend himself with words. Dad teaches his son how to trash talk like a prize fighter. Meanwhile, Diane doesn't want the night light turned off because she's afraid of the dark causing Bow to go nuts from sleep deprivation."
"Dre organizes an amazing vow renewal for their 15th anniversary. But when Bow's hippie-dippy parents, Alicia and the white Paul show up unannounced bombshells drop and old disagreements between the two families."
"Things begin to fall apart, in more ways than one, when Dre hurts himself playing basketball right before his 40th birthday. Bow and Ruby face off over who can get Dre the best gift, and the kids try to figure out what to give their dad."
"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."
"Liberals Dre and Bow go ballistic when Junior declares he's joined the Young Republican Club to impress a girl (ironically named Hillary). Since they really can't believe any reasonable black people would be Republicans, Dre and Bow arrange to meet Hillary's wealthy and conservative parents."
"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 says the n word at school quoting a Kanye West song and faces suspension for it, while Junior works on winning an Eco-friendly contest. Dre examines the way the word is used and Junior faces resistance at home."
"After a break-in down the block, Dre talks about getting a gun, and Bow is not comfortable with the idea. 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."
"Dre and Bow are shocked and concerned when Pops admits that he has not been to a doctor in several years."
"Dre and his colleagues invent a new holiday after being fed up."
"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 \"no\" and agrees. When they end up having one of the best Sundays they can remember, they realize they should say \"yes\" to things more often. Meanwhile, Jack and Diane find out they were never baptized, and take it upon themselves to do whatever they want."
"Dre's nieces and nephews come to the neighborhood to trick-or-treat, to the disappointment of his own kids; Dre faces his cousin June Bug, who used to bully him."
"Dre relies on pharmaceutical assistance to help him conquer his fear of flying when he and Bow take Zoey to visit Brown University, Bow's alma mater; Charlie reveals details about a former flame."
"Before the family Christmas card shoot, Dre takes Junior and Jack to get a haircut from his lifelong barber, T., but Junior chooses another barber."
"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's generosity. Meanwhile, Daphne Lido, the now ex-wife of Stevens and Lido's founding partner, gains control of half of the company and wants to start inserting herself in company business. When Daphne starts to question Charlie's work ethic, Dre must decide who he remains loyal to."
"Dre thinks Christmas has become commercialized and is all about \"stuff,\" and no one loves \"stuff\" 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't handle the news well and hope that if they put on their best behavior Dre and Bow will cave in. Meanwhile, Daphne Lido (played by Wanda Sykes), who is single for her first holiday alone, invites herself to the Johnson family home to celebrate with them."
"Dre's female best friend, Gigi(Tyra Banks) shows up and Rainbow deals with their awkwardly close relationship."
"When Ruby invites Dre and Bow to meet the new man in her life, Dre 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."
"Dre and Bow realize they need to be more financially responsible and try to prove to each other they can live without 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't swim. Meanwhile, Jack and Diane are a part of the Girls' and Boys' Rovers Organization, and they envy each other's 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 when he shares the news at work, his colleagues bring up all the terrible things teens do with cars."
"The Johnson family discusses race issues while watching news coverage of a grand jury considering the indictment of a White police officer accused of killing an African American teen."
"Diane has a class assignment of doing a documentary on her twin, Jack. This exposes the family's fixation on Jack's basketball playing. Junior inspires to be a great basketball referee."
"Bow persuades Dre to hire a nanny, and after several interviews that don't go well, they meet Vivian, who impresses them with her desire to take care of the whole family. Meanwhile, when Diane decides to run for class president, 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's sister, Rhonda, is marrying her girlfriend, and Dre finds out that Bow is against the patriarchal convention of taking the man's last name. Meanwhile, Jack and Diane want to be the ring bearer and flower girl but worry they've aged out of the gigs, and Junior and Zoey prep Ruby to embrace her daughter's relationship."
"Dre is fearful of losing his job and tarnishing his family's reputation when Stevens & Lido announces company layoffs; Bow wants to show she can do it all on her own when she's put in charge of a school auction"
"Dre Meets Junior's Cool Friends."
"The flu is going around the Johnson household, and Dre has to step up and take care of the whole family. While Ruby is in quarantine with Bow, she learns a lot about her mother-in-law. Meanwhile, the kids want Bow to take care of them and resist Dre's help."
"Dre is left exhausted after wrestling with a lot of stress at work. While at home, he drifts to sleep watching a TV marathon of \"Good Times,\" and dreams The Johnson family goes back in time to the 1970s, transforming into the classic TV show's characters."
Season 3 - black-ish
"The Johnsons go to Walt Disney World where the kids take full advantage of their VIP status."
"When Dre discovers 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's brother Johan comes to stay with The Johnsons after living abroad and becomes an instant thorn in Dre's side."
"Junior runs for class president with Dre as his campaign manager."
"After a situation arises at work, Dre's views on how black people are perceived now versus when he grew up are confronted. 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'll never challenge him again. Meanwhile, the neighborhood participates in a mischief night during Halloween, where petty crimes become legal."
"Dre and Bow try to accept that Jack may have a blue-collar future when he and Diane bring home the results of their career tests."
"Pops' older sister Almaviligerais unexpectedly arrives for Thanksgiving, much to everyone's delight except Ruby, who can't 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."
"Junior gets a white girlfriend which is celebrated by all except Bow. Bow must now confront her own racial issue in order to accept Junior's new love."
"Bow urges Dre to use his connections and secure Zoey a fellowship, but he doesn't want his daughter relying on nepotism. When Bow finds Zoey a place at the hospital, Dre balks at the idea and pulls some strings at Teen Vogue. Meanwhile, Junior loses his job at an arcade pizza joint that the twins love after he reports their unclean practices to corporate."
"Zoey is college-bound, so Dre sets out to create the best family Christmas ever. Meanwhile, Bow babysits Gigi's newborn and remembers just how difficult mothering a baby is."
"Dre and Bow make their home an internet-free zone out of concern that it may be corrupting their children."
"Tensions are particularly high at Dre's work as the nation continues to reel from the results of the presidential election."
"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 picks a culturally significant name, while Junior asks Zoey's friend on a date."
"Dre reunites with his old crew when he goes to Compton for a funeral."
"Dre unexpectedly becomes engaged in jury duty after learning the defendant in the case is a young black man; Bow gives the kids permission to swear in the house but soon regrets the decision."
"When Bow tries to get a black doll for Diane, she's dismayed by the limited options; Dre is forced to face his own prejudices; Ruby gets Junior to be her Spades partner."
"Dre considers taking paternity leave; Bow tries to conceal her pregnancy at work to get a promotion; Ruby convinces the kids that their nanny 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 is jealous of his sister's relationship with Pops, Zoey is urged to take Junior to a party."
"Bow's sister visits and Bow wonders how they can possibly be related. Zoey explains the future to her dad."
"When Zoey gets into several colleges around the country, Dre and Bow begin feeling worried and sentimental. They reflect back on memories they've 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. 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's 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
"An 1865 version of the Johnsons celebrates June 19th, the day slaves were told they were freed in the U.S. The family sings about the liberties they are excited to exercise."
"Bow feels overwhelmed after the birth of DeVante and learns she is suffering from postpartum depression; the kids babyproof the house in an effort to help their parents."
"When Ruby gets scammed, Dre begins to suspect that she isn't as sharp as she used to be; Diane develops an instant crush on Zoey's visiting friend."
"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; Dre conducts psychological warfare on Junior before challenging him to a game of basketball."
"Dre's godbrother is released from prison, which sparks debate; the kids pressure Ruby to reveal secrets from her past."
"Dre is chosen to lead Stevens and Lido's 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 resolves to cure himself; Jack is convinced that baby Devante hates him and enlists Junior and Diane for help."
"Bow struggles to adjust as she returns to work after maternity leave; Ruby gives the twins a workaround plan to get out of doing homework."
"Ruby has a talk with Dre and Rhonda about her inheritance; Bow's sister hires Junior to become her assistant."
"Dre runs point on a campaign focusing on the talk that black parents have with their children about racial bias; Bow finds an online support group."
"Dre and Bow's morning routine with the kids changes; Junior bonds with Diane now that he is in charge of driving his siblings to school."
"Dre and Bow face their own gender biases upon learning that Junior and Zoey have both become sexually active."
"Dre and Bow try to figure out the right balance of discipline and support when Jack and Diane get in trouble at school."
"Dre sees his father's past in a new light when and Junior plan Pops' 65th birthday party; Jack and Diane take advantage of Bow's decision to say yes to everything for a whole year."
"Dre and Bow learn to love each other's cuisines when their families arrive for Easter; Jack and Diane pretend not to be interested in Junior's Easter egg hunt to impress their cool cousins."
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"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."
"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."
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Season 5 - black-ish
"Junior decides to take a gap year from college; Jack and Diane question whether they should still share a room."
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"The twins opt out of the family Halloween costume for fear it will hurt their social status in school; Dre and Bow try to help by putting together a haunted house and inviting the whole seventh grade."
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