A family man struggles to gain a sense of cultural identity while raising his kids in a predominantly white, upper-middle-class neighborhood.
Black-ish: Blue Valentine Season 4, Episode 21
Tensions are high between Dre and Bow as their contractor arrives to remodel the kitchen, realizing they have grown apart. Dre reflects on the good times in his relationship with Bow. (Spoilers after the cut) [more inside]
Black-ish: Juneteenth Season 4, Episode 1
In the fourth-season opener, the family attend a school play about Columbus Day, and Dre is dismayed by its inaccuracies. This inspires him to get Aloe Blacc to help him create a catchy song intended to raise awareness about a black holiday. [more inside]
Black-ish: Lemons Season 3, Episode 12
Two months after the election the Johnson's are still sad that Donald Trump won the election. Everybody at Dre's work isn't happy either and have a fit when Lucy admits that she voted for Trump. After talking Dre suggests that it's time for the entire nation to come together. [more inside]
Black-ish: Hope Season 2, Episode 16
A highly-publicized court case involving police brutality and an African-American teenager leads the kids to ask tough questions, but Dre and Bow have conflicted views. Dre and his parents think the children need to know the harsh reality of the world while Bow would prefer to give them a more optimistic view of life. [more inside]
Black-ish: Crime and Punishment Season 1, Episode 5
Although Dre and Rainbow agreed they would no longer spank their kids, all bets might be off when Jack disobeys.
Black-ish: Pilot Season 1, Episode 1
Advertising exec Dre looks forward to a promotion that would make him the first African American senior vice president at his firm in the premiere of this family sitcom, but he worries that there is a price to pay for his success when his son Andre Jr. announces that for his 13th birthday he's converting to Judaism in order to have a Bar Mitzvah like all his friends.