A father takes an irreverent and honest approach to parenting and relationships.
Ahead of the family's Juneteenth party, Joya struggles to confront Izzy about her dance video as Kenya stresses the importance of hygiene to his sons.
After criticizing a Black film, Kenya seeks out honest feedback from his family and peers. Joya worries her kids aren't embracing their Blackness.
As Joya takes time to focus on herself before her event, Drea tries to bond with Chloe, Pops handles an incident, and Kenya switches up his behaviour.
As Joya promotes her book, friction between her and Kenya comes to a head when both sides start feeling like their marriage is more of a competition.
Tired of Black dads never getting praise, Kenya strives to be a more involved father by volunteering to coach a team and organizing a family night.
On a parents’ night out, Kenya and Joya party a little too hard while at the same music festival as Chloe, whose appearance doesn't sit well with Kenya.
A lavish, peaceful family trip takes a turn when the kids attempt to venture outside their comfort zones and a work event puts Kenya and Joya at odds.
Shooting a documentary for her NYU application, Drea introduces her unfiltered family as Kenya considers toning down his “flexing” around white people.