Dre is forced into jury duty but realizes his civic responsibility when the defendant is a young African American. Elsewhere, Bow allows her kids to swear in the house after noticing that they are more honest with her that way.
Dre and Bow throw a gender-reveal party, and Dre’s excited that it’s his turn to name the baby, but he chooses a culturally-significant name that Bow and Ruby object to. Meanwhile, Zoey’s plan for an anti-Valentine’s Day with her friend is thwarted when Junior asks her on a date.
Bow convinces a reluctant Dre to give therapy a shot in hopes of coping with his anger issues. Meanwhile, Johan becomes the kids’ life coach.
The outcome of the presidential election leads to high tensions and low productivity at Dre’s workplace. Meanwhile, Pops teaches Junior about the meaning of Martin Luther King Jr.’s I Have a Dream speech after he’s asked to deliver the message at school.