Anthony takes clarinet lessons with Tuga's piano teacher (Jenny McCarthy), then agrees to perform at a recital where the musicians are younger than he expected.
Anthony and Joe put aside their differences to help Tuga make new friends; Marcus agrees to throw a lingerie party.
Anthony reconnects with a childhood friend, Marcus, but Joe thinks he is a bad influence on Anthony and Tuga.
Anthony and his parents go to extremes producing a home movie to teach Tuga the true meaning of family.
Anthony grows concerned when he realizes Tuga's new best friend is an imaginary one.
A game between parents and students decides the future of dodge-ball at Tuga's school; Lydia's fear of blood makes her question medicine as a career.
Joe buys a bicycle for his grandson, forcing Anthony to admit he does not know how to ride; a boy genius (Martin Spanjers) develops a crush on Lydia.
Anthony accepts Joe's bet that he can land an acting job before Anthony does; Lydia hesitates to speak at a fund-raiser when she discovers the reason she was invited.
Joe criticizes the way Anthony coaches Tuga's tee-ball team and insists on taking over.
Anthony plans to surprise Flo on her birthday by reuniting her with an old band mate (James Avery).
Anthony discovers Tuga has lied to his teachers about his father's profession.
Lydia takes the fall for Anthony after he wrecks Joe's car.
Anthony's parents criticize him for being too lenient with Tuga, but he refuses their advice.
The men are left to take care of themselves when Flo decides to become more independent and socialize without Joe.
Preparing for his first date in 10 years, Anthony turns to his parents for advice on how to gently tell Tuga the truth.
A struggling actor (Anthony Anderson) moves in with his parents to provide a stable environment for his son.