On a Dead Guy's Bench
In the season premiere episode, Bob enlists Tunde's help to buy an engagement ring, but his plans to propose to Abishola are upended by her belief that a traditional marriage is more trouble than it's worth.
Paris Is for Lovers, Not Mothers
Kemi leans on Abishola after an argument with Chukwuemeka, disrupting her engagement celebration with Bob. Also, Dottie gives Douglas a new job at MaxDot.
Straight Outta Lagos
Bob is excited to show off Abishola at his industry awards gala, but ruins the evening when he doesn't let her speak for herself. Also, Douglas tries fitting in with Goodwin and Kofo as one of the blue-collar guys on the warehouse floor.
For the sake of Bob's health, Bob and Abishola try reducing stress by taking a day off together. Meanwhile, Bob's sister, Christina, is boss for the day at MaxDot and Gloria steps in to care for Dottie.
Sleeping Next to an Old Boat
Abishola worries that Bob's privileged lifestyle is starting to rub off on her son, Dele. Also, a new robot vacuum brings Tunde joy, but begins to make Olu feel insecure.
A Tight Ass Is a Wonderful Thing
Thanks to Abishola's brutal Nigerian honesty, Bob finds himself in a feud with Kemi. Also, after Douglas makes a big mistake on the warehouse floor, Goodwin hates himself for looking the other way.
The Wrong Adebambo
When Abishola's husband, Tayo, makes a surprise visit from Nigeria to Detroit, Bob sees this as a perfect opportunity for Abishola to ask for a divorce, but Abishola is surprised when past feelings for her husband arise.
Honest! Yak Prices
With Abishola's husband adamant that he'll never agree to a divorce, Bob and Abishola grow disheartened that they will never be able to get married.
Tunde the Boy King
After a chance encounter, Abishola and Christina unexpectedly hit it off as future sisters-in-law. At MaxDot, Douglas gives the workers a much-needed morale boost, but feels pressured when Bob praises him as a natural leader.
The Cheerleader Leader
After Tayo forbids Dele from dancing, Abishola enlists Bob's help in talking to Dele about his feelings.
I Did Not Raise Him to Be a Teenager
When Abishola puts her foot down about Dele going to Nigeria with his father, Dele rebels against her for the very first time.
We Don't Rat on Family
Bob prepares to meet Abishola's mother, but gets more than he bargained for when he enlists Tunde's help in securing her approval. Meanwhile, Abishola considers breaking Nigerian tradition by having a small wedding.
A Big African Bassoon
When Gloria goes on vacation, Abishola takes charge of the nursing staff, but quickly falls short as the job requires "people skills." Also, with Abishola extra busy at the hospital, the Wheelers try to cope with her temporary absence.
A Tough Old Bird
Bob and Abishola try to help a sad and volatile Kemi, who, after being dumped by Chukwuemeka, struggles with the possibility that her happiest days might be behind her.
TLC: Tunde's Loving Care
As Abishola begins studying for medical school, she offends Gloria with an insensitive comment about Gloria's own journey of almost becoming a doctor. Also, Tunde schools a reluctant Bob on the art of home repair while helping to fix his dishwasher.
Sights and Bites
While Abishola is nervous about Dele's trip to Nigeria with his father, Bob creates a guidebook on Nigeria for him that he proudly calls "Sights and Bites."
The Devil's Taste Buds
While Dele is in Nigeria with his dad, Abishola struggles with how to handle her free time, so Bob, Gloria and Kemi remind her how to let loose. Also, Dottie enlists Christina's help at her old house; and Olu and Tunde try to keep up with their new Nigerian houseguest.
God Accepts Venmo
While comparing their busy schedules, Bob and Abishola realize the perfect date for their wedding is only three weeks away. In the second season finale, they enlist their family and friends to help plan their big day.
Welcome to Lagos
After Bob and Abishola land in Lagos, they rush to rescue Dele from his dad’s place and are a bit surprised at what they find once reunited. Also, Auntie Olu and Uncle Tunde explore their old stomping grounds and realize things have changed since their last visit to Nigeria on the third season premiere.
It's wedding time! With a traditional Nigerian wedding approaching, the Wheelers are formally introduced to Abishola's family. Also, while Bob sets out to market to fulfill Abishola's bride price to demonstrate his serious intentions of marrying her, Abishola tries to keep the peace between her mother and Auntie Olu.
After returning home from their wedding in Nigeria, Abishola moves in to Bob's house, and with his blessing, she redecorates it to make the place her own. At their housewarming party, their friends and family make their opinions about Abishola's taste known.
With Bob and Abishola settling into married life, Dottie feels pushed aside and decides to run away from home. Also, Goodwin and Kofo bring a domestic dispute to MaxDot.
Greasy Badge of Honor
After indulging in a luxurious girls' day with Dottie and Christina, Abishola worries she's losing touch with her humble Nigerian roots. Also, Goodwin feels threatened when Kofo gets a pitch meeting with Bob.
The Devil's Throuple
Abishola is caught in the middle when Morenike agrees to be the "plus one" in Kemi and Chukwuemeka's relationship. Also, when Bob refuses to pay for Douglas' company car, he learns what it's like to live on a budget.
Fumble in the Dark
Abishola and Kemi are conflicted as to how to handle Morenike after she confides in them her deepest secret. Also, after Bob gets credit for Christina's idea for a Twitter marketing campaign, she considers leaving MaxDot.
Abishola and Kemi take a directionless Christina to see a Yoruba priest, where she learns that her toxic relationship with her mother may be stifling her growth. Also, Bob deals with the fallout of promoting Kofo over Goodwin when Goodwin has a panic attack at work.
I'm Not Edsel
Abishola gets the surprise of a lifetime when she finds out Bob has flown in Dele and her mother, Ebun, from Nigeria. However, the joy is cut short when Ebun's constant criticism makes Bob question his success as a businessman.
When Abishola finds out Tayo has given Dele a credit card, she worries he's being spoiled and becomes stricter with him. Also, worried she's being too harsh, Bob goes behind Abishola's back to do something special for Dele.
Cats in a Bathtub
When Bob accidentally reveals that Morenike is gay, Abishola and Kemi are forced to defend her against their church and even their own families. Also, Douglas comes clean to Olivia about not being poor.
Your Beans Are Flatlining
Bob is surprised when Abishola's medical school plans include going to Baltimore -- with or without him.
One Man, No Baby
When word gets out that Bob and Abishola might be trying to have a baby, the expectations from family, friends and employees start to take a toll on the couple.
Every Subpoena Is a Tiny Hug
When Christina gets a new job at a sock startup, the family is supportive until they discover the new company is more successful than MaxDot. Realizing they've given their competitor a helping hand, Dottie vows to do anything to get her daughter back.
Compress to Impress
Bob's not sure his family is cut out for the small screen when he decides to shoot a TV commercial for MaxDot, and the director, Marion, wants the ad to focus on the Wheelers.
I’ll Sleep When I’m Dead
Dottie and Goodwin question Bob's ability to lead under pressure when the successful MaxDot television commercial generates more business than they can handle. Meanwhile, Abishola is unsure whether Bob's newfound success is worth it if it means he's never home.
Bob and Abishola decide her mother has officially overstayed her welcome when Ebunoluwa starts renovating Bob's guest room. Also, when Abishola and Kemi hatch a plan to have a spirit to speak to Ebunoluwa from beyond the grave, Abishola gets more information about her mother than she bargained for.
When Bob, Abishola and Kemi learn that Morenike's family disowned her because she's gay, they do what they can to help her pay for school and stay in America.
Who Raised You?
Douglas is finally ready to introduce Olivia to his family, but he sets some ground rules to make sure Dottie plays nice.
Wrangling a Greased Pig
When Abishola brings Dele to work with her at the hospital, she discovers that her dream of him becoming a doctor might not become a reality. Also, Kemi and Chukwuemeka’s mother bond when Ogechi slips in the bathtub.
A Little Slap and Tickle
With Dele's dream of becoming a doctor dashed, Bob, Abishola, Tayo and the rest of the family scramble to find him a new career path. But when the pressure mounts, Dele turns to a surprising source for advice on dealing with the family.
Beard in Her Pulpit
When a charismatic new pastor joins their congregation, Abishola takes a new interest in church. Also, Bob must do what he can to make sure he doesn't lose his best employee after Dottie gives out bonuses to upper management without Goodwin!
Touched by a Holy Hand
Abishola and Kemi try to keep Ebun and the new pastor's flirtation from growing. Bob is thrown for a loop when Goodwin leaves MaxDot to work for Christina's company.
Bibles to Brothels
Bob reconsiders his future at MaxDot and seeks advice from an unexpected source, while Abishola questions Bob's erratic behavior.
Americans and Their Dreams
After Bob takes a step back from his busy work life, he decides to buy a boat to enjoy during his free time. Also, a newspaper comes to MaxDot to interview Goodwin.
Inner Boss Bitch
Having spurned her family when she quit MaxDot, Christina turns to Abishola when she's fired from Toesey Woesies. Also, Bob and Uncle Tunde go fishing.
Kicked Outta the Dele Club
Bob lets Dele get a new haircut and finds himself caught between an irate Abishola and a surprisingly stubborn Dele. Also, Dottie runs into difficulties with the MaxDot board of directors.
Two Rusty Tractors
Abishola is thrilled when Bob gets back to work and goes on an impromptu road trip with Goodwin.
Your Father's Kingdom
Abishola turns to Gloria and Kemi when Bob mortgages their home to pay for a new factory space. Also, Kemi worries that she and Chukwuemeka are losing their spark.
Estée Lauder and Goat Meat
Bob enlists Tunde's help to renovate the factory. Also, Abishola tries to cheer up Ebunoluwa with a party after she receives bad news from Nigeria.
Abishola's visit to the sock factory during a nurse's strike puts extra pressure on Bob to make the factory successful.
An Afro and a Peugeot
Bob and Abishola are at odds over whether Dele is ready to get behind the wheel and decide to take matters into their own hands. Also, Christina offers Douglas some work advice only to watch him claim her ideas as his own.
Twerk O' Clock
When Bob alerts MaxDot's longtime friend and sock manufacturer that he will no longer need their services, Dottie steps in to try to salvage their relationship. Also, Abishola tries to manage her discomfort while attending a drag brunch with Olu and Morenike.
My Successful Lawyer Son
As Bob gears up for delivery day at the new sock factory, he struggles to put his foot down with his opinionated family. Also, Abishola gets a taste of Kemi's new personality when her successful lawyer son comes to visit.
Happy People Are Lazy
Abishola decides to postpone taking the Medical College Admission Test, surprising everyone (including herself). Also, Christina grapples with taking a job opportunity that could mean the end for Kofo and MaxDot.
Put That Toe on Ice
Bob and Abishola attempt to find time together amidst their busy schedules. Also, Goodwin's leadership tactics push Kofo over the edge.
Every Character Is the Villain
Bob makes things worse after interfering in Goodwin and Kofo's ongoing spat. Also, Abishola puts her pride on the line when she realizes she's been an inattentive friend to Kemi.
Mmm, Fresh Baked Sock!
Abishola must reconcile a decade-old wound when she's forced to attend the funeral of an unlikable aunt. Also, Bob struggles at the factory with the first batch of socks before receiving support from an unlikely source.
I'll Never Play Banjo Again
A conflicted Abishola pushes against her Nigerian roots when she opens up about her past to Dele. Also, Bob attempts to bridge an emotional gap with Douglas.
A Hundred CCs of Handsome
When Abishola learns that Bob talked Chukwuemeka into proposing to Kemi, she takes it upon herself to try to fix the situation. Also, Kofo permanently alters his relationship with Goodwin when he considers signing a lease in Olu and Tunde's apartment building.
Keep That Under Your Gele
When Bob asks for space from his ever-present mother, Dottie doesn't take it well. Also, Kofo attempts to enjoy the luxuries of living alone, but his new landlord, Tunde, overstays his welcome.
The Genius Who Fell Out of My Womb
Bob is thrilled to share a day at his alma mater with Abishola and Dele, but his university doesn't meet Abishola's Ivy League standards.
Take Two Yellows and Go to Bed
Bob's grand opening party for the sock factory is upstaged by a fight between Abishola and her sister-in-law.
Uncharted Waters of Mediocrity
Doubts begin to creep in as Abishola awaits her acceptance letter to the medical school of her dreams in Baltimore. Also, Bob battles his subconscious when he realizes he doesn’t want to leave Detroit.