Darryl and Yvonne's marriage is in jeopardy after he kisses his ex-girlfriend at his high-school reunion.
Darryl attracts an aggressive ex-girlfriend when he brags about his life success at a high-school reunion.
Darryl buys his mother a piano for Mother's Day, but does not expect her to grow so close to her music teacher.
While directing the school play, Darryl interferes with Michael's attempt to land the leading lady; Milsap and Shari try a computer dating service.
Despite a warning from Darryl, Sydney makes a date with a stranger she met in an online chat room; Michael embarks on a new stage of self-discovery.
Darryl and Michael try to overcome their fear of heights by going skydiving; Yvonne tries new ways of maintaining a friendship with her teenage daughter.
Darryl hatches a desperate plan when he learns his parents are considering divorcing.
On the way to a romantic getaway for St. Valentine's Day, Darryl and Yvonne get stranded at the airport.
Darryl's free-spirited niece (guest star Kelly Rowland of Destiny's Child) visits while pursuing her dream of a music career in Los Angeles. Reggae singer Shaggy also guest stars.
Darryl's breach of political correctness jeopardizes Michael's campaign to name their street after Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.
Shari gives away Christmas gifts after Darryl and Yvonne try to teach everyone about the true spirit of the holiday.
Yvonne prods Darryl to stand up to his overcritical mother on Thanksgiving Day; Shari bets that she knows more about football than Milsap and Dave.
After being lured into a time-share scam by TV celebrity Teck Money, Darryl and the others find themselves airing their differences in a secluded cabin, a la MTV's "The Real World.".
Darryl tries to keep his cool when Sydney wins a date with rapper Lil' Romeo, especially when she buys a sexy outfit with his credit card; Dave and Milsap try to transform Michael into a rap superstar.
While taping a Halloween episode, the actors on the set of "The Hughleys" are dispatched one by one by a shadowy figure.
When Darryl joins Sally on a local call-in show, viewers seem to prefer his brusque, outspoken approach to her subdued style.
Michael begins skipping school but later reassesses the value of an education after spending a day working for his father at Hughley Vending.
While Yvonne tries to rekindle the passion in their marriage, Darryl's idea of romance is a sleazy motel.
When Sydney gets her first period while her mother's away, Darryl tries to be supportive but misses the mark.
Feeling threatened, Darryl matches wits against Michael's brainy tutor and learns a lesson in respect.
Yvonne feels her homemaking skills are undervalued in the job market after several discouraging interviews.
Darryl and Yvonne find a marijuana cigarette in Sydney's jacket; Shari finally moves out after a nine-month stay.
The Hughleys and the Rogers abandon ship and become stranded in a dinghy while on vacation. With D.L. Hughley, Elise Neal, Eric Allan Kramer and Marietta DePrima. Guest star: Adele Givens.
The mothers-in-law show up to complain about how hard their lives were, especially compared to Yvonne's day-to-day activities.
Darryl (D.L. Hughley) is forced to endure traffic school with Dave and Milsap (Eric Allan Kramer, John Henton). Talk show host Larry Elder guest stars as himself.
Darryl (D.L. Hughley) has a showdown with Dave's bossy mother-in-law (guest star Rose Marie) after Dave (Eric Allan Kramer) gets kicked out of his house.
Darryl plays host for the wedding of Yvonne's sister, but things turn difficult when he catches the groom cheating.
When Michael starts spending time at Darryl's old hangout, someone threatens to spill the beans about Darryl's past.
Darryl (D.L. Hughley) wonders what life would be like if he had married a white woman. Guest star: Marla Gibbs.
Darryl's birth father (guest star Billy Dee Williams) appears on his doorstep and makes an offer that Darryl (D.L. Hughley) promptly refuses. Marla Gibbs and Mo'Nique also guest star.
To test the strength of their marriage, Yvonne suggests she and Darryl abstain from having sex.
Dave's (Eric Allan Kramer) folksy cousin (D.L. Hughley in a dual role) pays a visit with his teenage bride and is recruited for Darryl's bowling team.
Darryl trades barbs with his Jewish neighbor as the two compete for customers at a fund-raising fair.
When Yvonne forbids Darryl from loaning money, he must come up with a creative way to save his aunt's hair salon.
When Darryl (D.L. Hughley) promises to watch Park's (guest star Pat Morita) dog while he's on vacation, the pooch dies prematurely. Fred Willard also guest stars.
Darryl and his father-in-law (D.L. Hughley, guest star Sherman Hemsley) get trapped in a convenience store on Thanksgiving Day. Telma Hopkins also guest stars.
Darryl and Yvonne (D.L. Hughley, Elise Neal) remember meeting for the first time during the Jacksons' 1984 Victory tour. Guest star: Carl Anthony Payne II.
Darryl decides not to vote until he finds out that a proposition banning leaf blowers is on the ballot.
When Darryl throws a wild Halloween party, he gets a surprise visit by the ghost of his home's former owner.
A recently fired employee hires legal heavyweight Johnnie Cochran and sues Darryl for racial discrimination.
Yvonne (Elise Neal) disapproves when Darryl and Milsap (D.L. Hughley, John Henton) create a Website devoted to nearly naked models.
Darryl clashes with the new housekeeper; Milsap tries to contract a famous band for a retirement party.
Darryl's suspicion that his girl-hating son might be gay ultimately leads to one of his neighbors coming out of the closet.
After Darryl causes an explosion, his family crowds into a backyard tent with Milsap, Sally and Dave.
Yvonne's cousin, while making a documentary of the family, films Sydney's experience of being teased by a classmate.
Darryl and Yvonne (D.L. Hughley, Elise Neal) get involved with a New Age seminar, and their honesty leads to trouble.
Darryl reluctantly makes funeral arrangements for his Aunt Thelma, who passed away at Darryl's house.
Darryl decides to go to Yvonne's college reunion when he finds out her former boyfriend will be there.
Darryl (D.L. Hughley) decides to fund Sydney and Michael's (Ashley Monique Clark, Dee Jay Daniels) school music program when their music teacher is fired.
When a sexy new neighbor (guest star Cindy Margolis) moves in, Darryl (D.L. Hughley) thinks he won't be affected -- until he dreams about her.
The Hughleys parody the story of a poor family who, with the help of magic beans, finds happiness in the suburbs.
Darryl wonders where Yvonne got the money to take him out to an expensive restaurant on Valentine's Day.
Yvonne starts a gift-basket business when she begins to feel inadequate for being the only stay-at-home mom.
Darryl (D.L. Hughley) worries he's close to death when the results of his physical don't come back quickly.
A feud begins between Darryl (D.L. Hughley) and his neighbor (guest star Pat Morita) when Michael's (Dee Jay Daniels) football lands in the yard next door.
Darryl (D.L. Hughley) tells Sydney and Michael (Ashley Monique Clark, Dee Jay Daniels) a story about a mystery man (guest star Isaac Hayes) who restored his belief in Santa Claus.
Yvonne fills in when Darryl's assistant quits, but Milsap doesn't think the pleasant working relationship will last.
God (Isaac Hayes) appears after a car accident to determine whether Darryl should go to heaven or to hell.
After Darryl finds out Henry is not his biological father, Yvonne tracks down his real father on the Internet.
Darryl, Milsap and Dave (D.L. Hughley, John Henton, Eric Allan Kramer) try to scare Michael and Sydney (Dee Jay Daniels, Ashley Monique Clark) with stories of the Coyote Man. David Arquette guest stars.
Darryl's big brother wants to push a get-rich-quick scheme, but gets a lesson in hard work and self-worth instead.
Darryl (D.L. Hughley) forgets Yvonne's (Elise Neal) birthday when Milsap (John Henton) invites him to a Hollywood party with a model (guest star Tyra Banks).
Darryl gives Michael a spanking after he misbehaves, which causes the neighbors to suspect child abuse.
After seeking romantic guidance from Darryl, Milsap buys a house and proposes to his girlfriend (Vivica A. Fox).
Darryl and Yvonne must vote with the PTA on whether the kids' grade school should install a metal detector.
Milsap accepts another job when Darryl refuses to give him what he deserves; the family practices home evacuation drills.
Sydney's first crush is on a white child; Dave finds out Sally dated a black man while in high school.
Yvonne takes her first job outside the home since the move; Dave feels threatened that Sally makes more money.
When Michael decides to quit high school, Darryl tries to set a good example by going back to school for his diploma.
Yvonne (Elise Neal) calls off the wedding when it becomes obvious that Darryl (D.L. Hughley) and her father do not get along. Guest stars: Marla Gibbs, Sherman Hemsley, Vivica A. Fox and Telma Hopkins.
Darryl (D.L. Hughley) asks Yvonne (Elise Neal) to marry him again, now that he can afford a big wedding. Guest stars: Sherman Hemsley, Marla Gibbs, Telma Hopkins and Vivica A. Fox.
Darryl's inability to relax as the family heads out for a ski trip is justified when they stop at a haunted hotel.
Darryl's (D.L. Hughley) neighbor takes him to court after he claims the family's stray dog attacked him. Johnnie Cochran guest stars.
Darryl (D.L. Hughley) questions his friendship with Dave; Michael (Dee Jay Daniels) hopes to win a free-throw basketball contest.
Darryl goes camping with the kids to prove he's fun to be with.
Darryl and Dave (D.L. Hughley, Eric Allan Kramer) go to a singles nightclub to check out the women for Milsap (John Henton).
Darryl (D.L. Hughley) takes matters into his own hands after becoming agitated with the school's Christmas pageant.
Yvonne wants Darryl to see a therapist when he becomes paranoid that he'll lose everything he's worked for.
Yvonne wants to impress Darryl's hard-to-please relatives by cooking Thanksgiving dinner all by herself.
Darryl (D.L. Hughley) wonders why Sydney (Ashley Monique Clark) invited Milsap (John Henton) to be her escort for the school's Father-Daughter dance.
Darryl (D.L. Hughley) is not amused when Yvonne (Elise Neal) signs him up to coach Michael's (Dee Jay Daniels) suburban soccer team.
While Sally's having her baby at the hospital, Darryl wonders if and when Yvonne is going to tell him she's pregnant.
Fearing his children are getting spoiled, Darryl decides to make them live for a week as he did when he was younger.
Seeking time together, Darryl and Yvonne unexpectedly find themselves alone in Sally and Dave's house.
Darryl worries about his son's future when he learns Michael is the class clown.
Darryl feels isolated when Milsap hits it off with Dave, and Yvonne becomes tied up with Sally's baby shower.
Darryl isn't very happy when Yvonne asks him to drive the carpool so she can attend safety committee meetings.
A businessman settles into his new house, fancy suburban neighborhood and successful job. This episode: Darryl fears he's losing his "blackness.".