Boyce uncovers larger issues within the city government that prompt him to enter the mayoral race. Lolli's eyesight is failing, but she fears glasses could mean the end of her 'healthy relationship' with Boyce.
After Alicia tells Boyce and Lolli that skeletons in their closet could derail the campaign, Boyce must decide whether to fire a reformed ‘booty cupper' from his church staff, and Lolli tracks down leaked photos of her breast.
Alicia sets Boyce and Lolli up with a donor who seems to be the answer to their fundraising problems until Boyce spots a Confederate flag in the man's house. Stamps proves his silver tongue can be an asset to the campaign.
Paul and Robyn, Boyce and Lolli's old neighbors from Vegas, crash what is supposed to be a quiet family evening to celebrate Boyce's first campaign commercail. The family finds out about Stamps and Alicia's relationship.
With everyone blaming Boyce for the garbage strike, he is determined to put an end to it with or without Mayor Saxby's help. Alicia has a surprising offer for Stamps, and Barton is stretching himself too thin.
Boyce must convince Dr. Zagelman to withdraw from the mayoral race and endorse him, but Zagelman has other ideas. Barton helps Stamps make a life-changing decision, and time with Alicia makes Lolli realize Boyce could win.
On Election Day, Boyce is overwhelmed by the effect his campaign has had on the family -- Barton is still in the hospital, Stamps is moving, and Boyce still needs to win the most important vote of all: Lolli's.
Boyce feels like his congregation is dying on him after presiding over too many funerals, so Lolli and Nikki convince him to visit a mega church with a younger crowd. Stamps gets involved with a woman under false pretenses.
When Lolli persuades Boyce to sell his "Boyce The Voice" memorabilia on eBay, it makes him nostalgic for his singing career. Barton volunteers at the homeless shelter and Stamps becomes a minister online to avoid paying taxes.
Boyce discovers Nikki and her friends are going away for the weekend but didn't invite Lolli. Lolli wants to show them she can still party despite being a pastor's wife. Stamps is excited to hang out with his brother.
Boyce's sermons about his ne'er-do-well friend "Gooch" are popular with everybody but Gooch, who shows up unhappy about his dirty laundry being aired. Meanwhile, Lolli receives a bad Yelp review that could hurt her business.
When a lonely Nikki wears out her welcome, Boyce and Lolli play matchmaker. It makes Boyce wonder if Lolli, who fell for Boyce the Voice, truly loves Boyce the Pastor. Stamps discovers online dating is trickier than it seems.
In Boyce and Barton's absence, an inexperienced Lolli must deliver a last-minute sermon. The congregation responds positively and much to Boyce's chagrin, Lolli gets the preaching bug. Meanwhile, Stamps wants to date a single mom, but he has to meet her son first.
When Nikki brings a dog to the office, Boyce feels she is undermining his authority. Barton's regular barbershop goes out of business so he makes Lolli's salon his new hangout. Stamps' new job isn't as much fun as it sounds.
Boyce tries to stay out of the way when Lolli's passive aggressive mother comes to visit, but he ends up right in the middle of the family drama. Stamps wants to impress Kim and make her wish she never broke up with him.
When Stamps gets sucked into a self-help philosophy called The Roar, Boyce crashes a seminar to see if it's legit. Lolli tries to get her salon on St. Louis Weekly's hot list, and Barton refuses to go to the dentist.
In an effort to move into a new phase of their lives, Boyce and Lolli decide to sell their house and move into a luxury condo. After kicking their family out of the condo, they both question whether they did the right thing.
When a new church policy calls for Boyce to undergo a physical, he's extremely confident he's in great shape – until the doctor reveals one of his test results could be serious. Meanwhile, Lolli's sister, Kim, moves to town.
Boyce and Lolli begin to miss their old Vegas days, especially when their neighbors leave them off the invite list to a wild party. So Boyce and Lolli throw a party of their own, but get more than they bargained for.
A lesbian couple comes to Boyce to perform a wedding ceremony, causing a moral challenge between Boyce and the church elders. Boyce also examines his relationship with Lolli when he sees the couple have some familiar problems.
Boyce's good intentions yield mixed results when he hires three former gang members as assistants. Stamps asks Boyce for help with his new business venture. Lolli is annoyed when Boyce refers to her career as a hobby.
Boyce and Lolli question their parenting skills when Lyric samples one of Boyce's songs with surprising results. They agree to manage her new music career as a way of controlling her. Stamps and Kim's relationship heats up.
Boyce slips back into his old habits when he returns to the studio to record a new song. Lolli and Barton step in to keep things running smoothly at the church. Stamps and Kim are conflicted about revealing their relationship.
Singer Boyce "The Voice" Ballentine (Cedric The Entertainer) gets the calling and moves his family to his hometown of St. Louis to become a preacher. The family soon notices that some things were definitely lost in the move.
Barton is spending all his time at Boyce's house, so Boyce hires him as a senior advisor at the church, but quickly regrets the offer. Lolli thinks Barton needs a woman, and Lyric practices driving with Stamps.
The church choir director convinces Boyce to hire outside singers to rig their competition, Boyce struggles with the decision. Lolli hires Stamps as a hair washer at her salon but discovers that he's doing more than shampooing.
Boyce is excited to spend his birthday with Lolli and relax but finds his hands full when his annoying, former neighbors from Vegas arrive out of the blue and interfere with the surprise party Lolli and the family have planned.
Attending a funeral prompts Barton to announce his own last will and testament stirring up tension between Boyce and Stamps. Boyce is visited by his hot ex-girlfriend who is looking for more than just minister's counseling.
When Boyce gets preacher's block, Lolli invites his old writing partner Sweet Brown Taylor to come help - but Sweet has another agenda. Barton and Stamps lock themselves in Boyce's office while installing a new alarm system.
Boyce is put to the test by the Council of United Leaders of Faith - "made men" who can "make it or break it" for Boyce and his church. Lolli's tea party for the church ladies heats up when Boyce's cousin Nikki spikes the punch.
J.C. Carpenter, Boyce's former back-up singer turned mega-preacher, declares he's quitting religious showbiz and asks Boyce to break the news to his faithful flock. Barton seeks Lolli's advice about the woman he's been seeing.
Trouble arises for Boyce when Carolyn, a church member's wife, catches Lolli and the church ladies gossiping about her. Barton disapproves of Stamps' girlfriend but warms up to her when he realizes she cooks a mean breakfast.
Boyce brings the family and choir with him to Las Vegas for fun and relaxation. Things go awry when Barton is tempted by sin, Lolli has trouble with the church ladies and Stamps takes Boyce's spot in a round of celebrity golf.
After visiting his brother in Florida, Barton decides to move there permanently much to the surprise of his family. Meanwhile, a huge storm, and Barton's estranged wife Della, prepare to roll into St. Louis. To Be Continued...
Barton's ex-wife Della arrives in St. Louis and there's a blackout caused by the storm. Boyce counsels the couple and things take an unexpected turn. Is Lolli pregnant? And is it finally time for Stamps to grow up?
A sitcom starring Cedric the Entertainer as an R&B superstar-turned-minister, Reverend Boyce "The Voice" Ballentine. Also starring Niecy Nash ("Reno 911") as the reverend's wife, Lolli. From the creators of Hot in Cleveland.
Soul Man is FUN, FUNNY, HILARIOUS, AND GODLY GOOD Cedric, I love your show. I seen it on TV Land.
Boyce's Choices The movie played 2 minutes and quit.
Cedric I have been a huge fan of Cedric since The Steve Harvey show and this is just as good already in my top five.
Soul Man Jesus forgives seeker
I love this show. It is clean fun without massive sexual content
Funny Really good show
Donaven Moore June 20, 2015
Soul Man is FUN, FUNNY, HILARIOUS, AND GODLY GOOD Cedric, I love your show. I seen it on TV Land.
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