Brown may be quirky and fashion-challenged, but his extended family garners an awful lot of unintentional wisdom from him. Okay, he's not always wise but there's no denying he's funny. Join the whole gang as they hilariously navigate a new style of communal living!
Will has a secret: He takes hush-hush salsa-dancing lessons in an effort to take Sasha out to a party, but Sasha suspects he's spending the time cheating on her. Meanwhile, the Colonel and Edna hope to leave Brown Meadows and move in together elsewhere.
Will has a secret: He's taking salsa-dancing lessons in an effort to take Sasha out to a party, but Sasha suspects he's cheating on her. Meanwhile, the Colonel and Edna hope to leave Brown Meadows.
Brianna and her friend attend a fraternity party---but Brianna is victimized by a frat brother. Elsewhere, Brown decides to fire Jesus because of budgetary constraints.
When Will falls ill, his mother arrives, but her old-school, Southern-style remedies are a bitter pill to swallow for Sasha. And Daisy goes missing, a development made more serious considering her declining mental state.
Accusations of blame are directed at Will when Joaquin's ex- baseball coach dies on his operating table. Meanwhile, gym teacher Reggie sets out to woo Cora, but Brown doesn't feel Reggie makes the grade.
The issue of Eddie's death begins to drive Will and Sasha apart. Meanwhile, Cora utilizes reverse-psychology methods on Brown to nudge him toward liking Reggie.
A suspended Will becomes an idle slacker, sleeping the days away and neglecting the children. Meanwhile, Brown learns a valuable lesson about being well-versed in other languages.
Daisy's memory issues trigger the arrival of her cousin, but buried family secrets are then revealed. Elsewhere, Reggie's outdated attitude toward women irks Cora.
Brown and Curtis battle over who gets to play Santa as they put on a Christmas play for the children at the hospital. Joaquin befriends a young boy who is sick.
Troy makes romantic overtures toward Sasha. Worse, he then threatens to fire Will if she tells anyone about it. Elsewhere, Brown lands a second job as a school security guard and investigates a fake hall-pass operation.
Edna breaks off her engagement to the Colonel and returns to the house. In the meantime, a reinstated Will plans a celebration dinner and invites Troy, upsetting Sasha.
The results of Sasha's mammogram cause an odd reaction from Will. Meanwhile, the privileged and well-tended London learns about being poor after her father blocks her cash flow.
A delicate secret threatens to shatter Will and Sasha's marriage. Joaquin resorts to blackmailing Brianna after he discovers she's been secretly leaving the house.
Will and Sasha's troubles run deeper in light of Will's reluctance to address the situation. Cora and Brown square off over a church-board post.
As Will and Tanya team up to care for the children, Brown and Derek gear up for a defensive-driving class.
Tanya makes romantic overtures toward Will. Elsewhere, Brown is enlisted to resolve a school protest.
Will and Sasha suspect that Brianna is pregnant. Brown plans a bachelor party for the Colonel.
Brianna is caught red-handed with a fake ID. And it's a "Mr. Mom" romp when Brown and Will become househusbands.
Sasha's mother arrives---with another man. Meanwhile, Brown goes the extra yard to help coach football.
Cora and Reggie try to arrange a love connection for Brown and Reggie's mother. Sasha divulges intimate secrets to Renee.
Brown hits his head and becomes Bougie. Meanwhile, Brianna's bikini pictures end up online.
Vera sleeps with Sasha's father, and Reggie wants Cora to stop being friends with Gordon.
Tanya gets help from Sasha on becoming a lady. The Colonel is depressed when he finds out he is the last living member of his platoon.
Brown becomes a stand-up comedian, and uses the family's problems for jokes. The family finds out that Joanquin has an IQ higher than everyone else's.
After a fight, Cora and Brown are counseled by the Colonel. Sasha and Will decide to take a 30 day challenge that involves them cutting out physical intimacy.
Cora gets mugged and becomes overprotective and paranoid. Will finds a gray hair and begins acting young.
Brown's new neighbors may be thieves. Brown lets the police use his house for a stakeout. Brianna comes to help Sasha at the hospital and winds up befriending Renee.
Cora suspects Reggie is cheating on her. Thelma and Brown get involved. Renee loses a liver that is in a transplant cooler.
Brown and Cora loan the Colonel a dollar which he uses to buy a lottery ticket. The ticket hits and everyone fights over splitting the winnings. Sasha and Renee decide to switch jobs.
Brown and Colonel make a list of the things they want to do before they die. After Joaquin walks in on Will and Sasha having sex, they have to give Joaquin "the talk".
An elderly black patient refuses to be operated on by Will because he's black. Brown finds out that Cora never went to the prom.
Edna and the Colonel's daughter, Karen, bump heads when Karen wants Edna to sigh a prenup. Brown and Derek take an exercise class.
Vera stays at the Brown house while she recovers from laser eye surgery. Sasha finds out she's pregnant.
Derek loses his scholarship and must work at the house to earn money. Joaquin likes a girl at school and thugs out when Brianna tells him girls like bad boys.
Brianna falls in love for the first time with a dangerous looking thug. Cora has to teach sex education.
Gordon has feelings for Cora; Derek and his fraternity brothers invade the Browns' home.
Cora gets a job offer in a new city; Joaquin records things with his new camera.