When Jamal's city council oppenent, Blanche Taylor, begins to use dirty tactics, Tasha and Charles help him fight back. Tasha's baby boutique goes national after she hires a Chinese manufacturer with a questionable work ethic to sew her designs. After Crystal decides to get a tattoo, Kita and Stacy consider getting inked.
Charles encourages Stacy to go out with Dr. Sutton in order to avoid attending cultural events that he hates. Jamal and Tasha jump through hoops to get the twins into a prestigious pre-school. Meanwhile, Kita is forced to go crazy on her co-workers who won't stop hazing her.
As Stacy & Kita try to help Crystal "the Diva" plan her faux-wedding to Darkanian, Crystal reveals that she is reconsidering the marriage. Meanwhile, Jamal's new campaign manager, Curtis Simmons, aggravates Tasha and Charles who were initially running the campaign.
Stacy tries to convince Charles to join her MMA class that is taught by the buff instructor, Matt. After a losing a debate to Blanche Taylor, Jamal considers dropping out of the election. Meanwhile, Charles tries to help Kita get over her fear of heights.
As the family and Darkanian shoot Jamal's campaign commercial, Darkanian injures himself, causing his boyfriend Greg to come "out" to the rescue. Meanwhile, Stacy and Tasha believe their mother, Jaunita, is having an affair, and decide to hire Kita as their private investigator.
As election day approaches, Jamal and Tasha are mortified when Blanche releases an incriminating video of them. Charles' beard has grown to an embarrassing length and Stacy alters her own appearance to convince him to shave. Kita has trouble connecting with Troy, who's away on business.
Much to Charles' dismay, Stacy and Tasha decide to tag along on Charles and Jamal's fishing trip. After Crystal helps Kita write a love letter to Troy, Kita returns the favor by trying to reunite Crystal and Rashad.
Stacy gets caught up in a sting at a massage parlor, and becomes a mentor to women while in jail. When Jamal and Tasha go house hunting the search proves difficult when they disagree. Crystal tells the twins a bedtime story about the day's activities.
When Charmaine informs Tasha and Jamal that their new home was the scene of a triple homicide, they move in with Charles and Stacy. Crystal decides to lose her virginity to Rashad on her 21st birthday. Meanwhile, Troy takes Kita on a romantic getaway and plans to propose until their plane goes down.
Stacy and Tasha butt heads over their temporary living situation. While stranded on an island, Kita becomes annoyed with Troy's lack of survival skills. Crystal's activism causes her to lose track of her final exams.
Stacy decides to confront Connie about her and Charles' not-so secret kiss on Sneakerz. Despite Troy's claim to be a changed man, Jamal can't shake his paranoia that Troy's feelings for Tasha are still there.
Stacy objects when Charles refuses to sell his bachelor condo. Tasha takes over the baby boutique from Charmaine and Crystal shows her she's a terrible boss. Kita tries flirting in order to get more tips at Lucy's.
Kita gets accepted into the police academy but Micah breaks up with her because of it. Charles tries unsuccessfully to keep Stacy from seeing him on "Creepers." Crystal finds out Darkanian has a boyfriend.
Stacy and Charles both are exhausted from trying to outdo each other in bed. They eventually must agree on when to say when to each other. Jamal objects to Tasha's plan to put pink-colored clothing on his baby son for a photo shoot.
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