Andre 'Dre' Johnson has a great job, a beautiful wife, Rainbow, four kids, and a colonial home in the 'burbs. But has success brought too much assimilation for this black family?
Music from the latest episode:
Episode 424 "Dream Home"
Artist: Nkenge 1x
Description: Song plays in Dre's new house.
Song: "New York, New York"
Description: To the tune of "New York, New York", Ruby sings "Start wearing some shoes…", making fun of Bow's feet.
Song: "Walk It Out"
Artist: Redwood ft. Beatnet and Gelo
Description: song plays over a montage of Bow and Dre enjoying their lives apart from one another.
Song: "Take It From Someone Who Knows"
Artist: The Ovations
Description: Song plays under a montage of Dre and Bow working on their marriage.
Episode 423 "Collateral Damage"
Song: "Forget You"
Artist: CeeLo Green
Description: Song plays in the Cold Open as Dre talks about Divorce rates.
Song: "Stanky Legg"
Artist: GS Boyz
Description: Jack talks about the affect his dancing has on people
Song: "Every Breath You Take"
Artist: The Police
Description: Junior gives his high school graduation speech.
Episode 422 "Blue Valentine"
Song: "Where Is My Mind"
Artist: Maxence Cyrin
Description: Sad, melodic piano sets the mood as the kids leave for the day, leaving Dre and Bow to confront their problems
Song: "The Scientist"
Description: Dre turns on a junky, old radio as he and Bow share an intimate moment in their new house.
Song: "Come To This"
Artist: Natalie Taylor
Description: Song plays as Dre and Bow get into an argument. The contractors come and break the kitchen counter
Song: "Everybody Knows"
Artist: The Wind and The Wave
Description: Song plays in a flashback to Dre asking Ruby about love and why her and Pops were going through a tough time
Song: "Fix You"
Description: Dre and Bow fight and decide they can't do this anymore and need some space
Episode 421 "Fifty Three Percent"
Song: "Love Ain't Enough"
Description: Song plays as Bow and Dre lay in bed, backs to each other.
Song: "A Higher Degree"
Artist: The California Honeydrops
Description: Background source at Devante's party
Episode 419 "Black Science"
Artist: Elvis Costello
Description: Josh plays the song on his iPhone and asks Dre if he knows it
Song: "Can You Get To That"
Artist: Parliament Funkadelic
Description: Junior tours around Howard
Episode 417 "Things Were Different Back Then"
Song: "In Da Club"
Artist: 50 Cent
Description: Pops recites "In Da Club" lyrics as he slices open a bottle of champagne with a sword.
Song: "Make Me Feel"
Artist: Janelle Monae
Description: Song plays over montage of Bow spending time with the twins.
Song: "Trouble Man"
Artist: Marvin Gaye
Description: Song plays as Pops enters a bar to play dice
Episode 416 "R-E-S-P-E-C-T"
Artist: Clarence Carter
Description: Song plays as Rainbow and Dre look at Junior in a new light.
Episode 414 "Bow Knows"
Artist: The Pointer Sisters
Description: Ruby blasts the song off screen
Episode 411 "Inheritance"
Song: "When It Gets Dark Out"
Description: Song plays in the coffee shop where Dre and Rhonda are meeting
Episode 409 "Charity Case"
Artist: Kendrick Lamar
Description: Song plays in Cold Open where Dre talks about charity in the US.
Episode 408 "Working Girl"
Song: "Working Class Heroes (Work)"
Artist: CeeLo Green
Description: Song plays over a montage showing Bow killing it at work.
Episode 407 "Please Don't Feed the Animals"
Artist: "Locked Up"
Description: Dre talks about the prison system in America.
Episode 406 "Advance to Go (Collect $200)"
Song: "Where The Hood At"
Description: Pops enters the room in slow-mo to DMX's "Where The Hoot At"
Song: "Hey Ya!"
Description: plays over a montage of the family taking turns rolling dice.
Song: "U Mad"
Artist: Vic Mensa
Description: Song plays over a montage of Dre dominating at Monopoly
Description: Song plays over a montage of Dre losing at Monopoly.
Episode 405 "First and Last"
Song: "Cats in the Cradle"
Artist: Harry Chapin
Description: Song plays over a nostalgic slide show that Dre shows Junior
Song: "I'ma Boss"
Artist: Meek Mill Feat. Rick Ross
Description: Song plays while Dre and Junior face off in basketball
Episode 404 "Elder. Scam"
Song: "Hello" (2008 Re-Record)
Artist: Lionel Ritchie
Description: Diane sees Aaron for the first time.
Episode 403 "Public Fool"
Artist: Charles Bradley
Description: Dre discusses desegregation and education of Black people in America.
Song: "Gangsta's Paradise"
Artist: Coolio feat. L.V.
Description: Jack and Diane watch a video about public school on their computer.
Episode 401 "Juneteenth"
Song: "Columbus Rap"
Artist: Jack and Diane
Description: Jack and Diane rap about Christopher Columbus on stage
Song: "Columbus Day Noodle"
Artist: Aloe Blacc
Description: Aloe Blacc noodles at the keyboard and sings lyrics about Christopher Columbus in the conference room
Song: "I'm Just A Bill"
Artist: The Roots
Description: "I'm Just A Slave" animation in the style of Schoolhouse Rock.
Song: "We Built This"
Description: In song, the elder Johnson's explain what amazing things Black people have built in America
Description: The family sings a Hamilton-style song about slavery
Song: "Keep Marchin"
Artist: Raphael Saadiq
Description: Dre and his family celebrate Juneteenth