Darryl Hughley, who owns his own vending machine business, moves from South Central to the West Hills, a predominately white neighborhood within the San Fernando Valley. Darryl and his family try to adjust to living in an all-white area, at the same time trying to not forget who they are and where they came from. Darryl and Yvonne befriend their new neighbors Sally and Dave who are literally the polar opposite of Darryl.
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Darryl objects to his mother’s new boyfriend; Michael steals a brooch to give Yvonne for Mother’s Day.
Darryl suffers the consequences of having kissed his ex-girlfriend at their high school reunion; Carly moves out to attend college.
Darryl attends his high school reunion to show everyone, including his ex-girlfriend, that he is a success; Milsap learns that …
Sydney agrees to meet a boy she met online; Carly needs help writing a song; Michael spends too much time …
Darryl is forced to direct the children’s school play; Shari tries a computer dating service and is surprised by her …
Darryl must prove he is not afraid of heights by jumping out of an airplane; Yvonne tries to be Sydney’s …
Darryl’s free-spirited niece, an aspiring singer, disrupts the household; Yvonne worries about her reputation when they are the only family …
When his parents separate, Darryl tries to engineer a reconciliation.; Michael choreographs Sydney’s routine for the school talent show.
Darryl’s plan to take Yvonne away for a romantic Valentine’s Day backfires; meanwhile Milsap encounters big trouble as a babysitter.
Darryl must get all his neighbors’ signatures to rename their street after Martin Luther King, Jr.; Sydney drinks beer in …
Darryl and Yvonne try to prove to their children that Christmas is about more than gifts; Milsap’s friendship with Dave …
At Thanksgiving, Yvonne and Hattie Mae’s ongoing feud escalates over where Darryl is going to be buried; Michael tries to …
Darryl buys a new SUV, which leads to everyone being trapped in a cabin in the woods, a la The …
Rebellious Sydney wins a date with a rapper.
Darryl’s outspokenness gets him a job as co-host on Sally’s television therapy show, much to her dismay.
Michael drops out of school to join Darryl’s business.
Yvonne fears the romance has gone out of her marriage.
With Yvonne out of town, Darryl must deal with Sydney’s first menstrual period.
Michael has dyslexia, and Darryl cannot accept it.
Yvonne decides to get a job, but Darryl wants her to remain a housewife.
Discovery of a marijuana joint throws the Hughley household into turmoil.
A gaggle of grandmothers descends on the Hughley house for Mother’s Day, and Yvonne exhausts herself looking after them.
A romantic cruise turns ugly when Yvonne gambles and the Hughleys end up adrift in a lifeboat.
Should Darryl tell his sister-in-law the truth about her philandering fiancé?
Anger at Larry Elder sends Darryl to traffic school, where he meets…Larry Elder.
Secrets about Darryl’s youth emerge when Michael begins attending a recreation center in the ’hood.
Dave moves in with the Hughleys when Darryl’s advice about Sally’s mother backfires.
In a dream, Darryl finds out what life would be like if he were married to a white woman.
Darryl thinks his biological father is trying to insinuate himself into Darryl’s family.
Darryl adds Dave’s redneck cousin to the Hughley bowling team.
Yvonne declares a week of abstinence to see if their marriage is about more than sex.
Darryl feuds with a Jewish neighbor at the community center fair.
Yvonne tries to stop Darryl from giving money away to friends and relatives.
Mr. Park agrees to a truce with Darryl, provided Darryl will care for his dog while he is on vacation.
Bickering between Darryl and Yvonne’s father leads to Thanksgiving locked in a convenience store.
An evening of reminiscence convinces Darryl that Yvonne’s love for him is based on a lie.
Dave’s leaf blower turns apathetic Darryl into a political activist.
Darryl’s attempt to outdo Dave and Sally’s Halloween party results in Yvonne being possessed by a demon.
Johnny Cochran tries to prove in court that Darryl is a racist.
Darryl wants to start a Web site featuring scantily-clad women and vending machines; Yvonne plans to deter him by insisting …
Yvonne hires a Hispanic maid, who drives Darryl crazy.
Home remodeling gone awry turns the neighborhood into a suburban jungle, and the Hughleys and Rogers families into competing tribes.
Darryl’s prejudices are showing when he begins to suspect that Michael might be gay.
The Hughleys and friends go on a couples love retreat with Darryl’s parents.
Yvonne’s hated aunt dies in the Hughley living room.
Just before Yvonne’s college reunion, Darryl finds out that while in school Yvonne dated him and another man simultaneously.
A documentary filmmaker exposes the Hughleys as sell-outs to white suburban culture.
Darryl butts heads with the school superintendent, causing the firing of his children’s favorite music teacher.
In a musical retelling of Jack and the Beanstalk, the Hughleys go from rags to riches.
As Valentine’s Day approaches, the wives and husbands vow to discover each others’ secrets.
The arrival of a beautiful blond neighbor makes the local men behave foolishly, especially Dave.
Yvonne tries to prove she can do it all by starting a basket-making business.
Darryl, who believes he is dying, drives everyone crazy as he prepares to meet his maker.
Blinded by prejudice, Darryl and his new Korean neighbor wage a war of nasty pranks against each other.
When Sydney tells Michael there is no Santa Claus, Darryl tries to restore his family’s belief in the magic of …
Darryl and Yvonne try to prove that business and pleasure can mix when Yvonne fills in as Darryl’s assistant.
After learning that Henry is not his biological father, Darryl meets his real dad.
A Hughley family Thanksgiving is marred by the revelation of a surprising family secret.
Darryl’s efforts to help his ne’er-do-well brother create only trouble for Darryl.
Darryl’s plan to scare his children at Halloween backfires when he, Dave and Milsap get lost in the woods and …
When Milsap dates a movie star, Darryl gets wrapped up in the Hollywood scene and forgets Yvonne’s birthday.
Dave and Sally ask Darryl and Yvonne to be Gretchen’s godparents, despite Darryl’s hostility toward organized religion.
Darryl’s use of corporal punishment on Michael conflicts with the child-rearing views of his neighbors.
Deciding that it is time for a more mature lifestyle, Milsap buys a home in the Hughleys’ neighborhood and proposes …
Darryl questions the merits of gun ownership when Michael and Ronnie get a hold of his gun and it accidentally …
Darryl decides to expose Sydney to black culture when he discovers that she has a crush on a white classmate.
Milsap accepts a job offer from Darryl’s competition; a wildfire threatens the Hughley home.
Darryl objects when Yvonne considers taking a full time job as a hospital fundraiser.
When Darryl fears that Michael might follow in his footsteps and drop out of high school, he begins taking night …
Yvonne calls off the wedding when Darryl and her father refuse to put aside their differences.
Old tensions between Darryl and his father-in-law resurface when Darryl and Yvonne decide to marry a second time.
Darryl faces off against defense lawyer Johnny Cochran when a neighbor claims that the Hughley’s new dog attacked him.
The Hughleys and the Rogers spend a night in an isolated “horror hotel”—but Darryl’s skeptical attitude threatens to spoil the …
Darryl breaks off his friendship with Dave after he discovers that one of Dave’s acquaintances is a racist.
Darryl decides to take his children on a camping trip despite his lack of experience in the great outdoors.
When Yvonne and Sally fail miserably in their attempt to find Milsap a girlfriend, Darryl and Dave try their luck …
Darryl plans his own holiday pageant when political correctness—and lawsuits—prevent the elementary school from using any traditional holiday themes.
Darryl watches every penny when he loses an important client… causing Yvonne to wonder if he’s losing his mind.
A battle erupts for control of the kitchen when Yvonne attempts to cook Thanksgiving dinner for Darryl’s relatives.
The Hughleys rush Sally to the hospital when she goes into labor; Darryl suspects that Yvonne is also pregnant.
Darryl is crushed when Sydney chooses Milsap as her escort to a father-daughter school dance.
Darryl is drafted to coach Michael’s soccer team despite his unfamiliarity with the sport.
Darryl panics when he discovers Michael performing comedy in front of his classmates.
Darryl fears that moving to the suburbs may have irreparably damaged the romance in his marriage.
Milsap and Dave strike up a friendship… leaving Darryl feeling lost and alone.
Darryl reluctantly substitutes as school carpool driver when Yvonne joins the neighborhood safety committee.
Darryl decides to make his children experience what it’s like to be poor by depriving them of the everyday luxuries …
Successful African-American businessman Darryl Hughley suspects he may have “sold out” when he and his family relocate to a predominantly …