A successful black advertising executive and his beautiful doctor wife try to establish a sense of cultural identity for their family.
When Zoey is put on the spot on national television, she’s faced with a difficult decision that may change her future.
C.R.E.A.M. (Cash Rules Everything Around Me)
When Zoey’s Instagram becomes a flooded with haters, she wonders if it’s time to alter her brand.
Zoey makes a deal with Dean Parker to tutor the star basketball player in order to get a letter of recommendation, but her friends seem to think the relationship is something more.
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’s sister Rhonda is in town and Ruby has a talk with them about her inheritance. Meanwhile, Bow’s sister Santamonica is also in town and she hires Junior to become her assistant.
If You’re Reading This It’s Too Late
Zoey is elated when it seems like her crush has feelings for her, but starts to worry he may see things differently when she receives a late night “U up?” text.
Bitch, Don’t Kill My Vibe
Zoey starts to experience “fear of missing out” for the first time in her life when she tries to juggle her schoolwork, extracurricular activities and, of course, partying.
Zoey Johnson arrives at California University certain she will be a hot shot on campus, but quickly learns she may have a little more growing to do.
Bow struggles to adjust as she returns to work after maternity leave. Meanwhile, Ruby gives the twins a “workaround” plan to get out of doing homework.