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Sondra comes down with strep throat. Clair is appalled to learn that Cliff simply told her to wear a mask around the twins. She fears that the babies will get sick, and calls on Elvin's mother to accompany her to the Tibideauxs' apartment and get the kids out of harm's way. They try to convince Sondra to rest, and she finally agrees that it is a good idea for them to take the babies. However, Elvin comes home and gets her worked up by suggesting that Clair and Francine were just looking for an excuse to spend more time with their grandkids. Sondra becomes hysterical and forces Elvin to drive her to her parents' house, where she accosts Cliff and Theo. She starts ranting and raving, before taking off again in search of the kids. Clair and Francine bring the babies to the house after taking them to the mall and the hair salon. Sondra returns and accosts them. She has Elvin collect the kids, and warns the grandmothers never to attempt such a stunt again. Cliff teases Clair about the incident.
Steve must prove a defendant innocent when he and Carl serve on a jury together.
Bullethead is at the end of his rope when his dog gets impounded and he doesn't have the cash to bail him out. Meanwhile, Cedric gets the boot from his mama's apartment and looks to Steve for a place to live.
As he and Cedric struggle to work out their differences as roommates, Steve bets Regina he can put together a school band in fewer than five days.
Jay returns home from taking care of her mom's injury, and she's put on a few pounds after eating mom's home cooking. Michael doesn't know how to 'diplomatically' tell his wife that she's packing a little bit extra. The episode builds to a dream sequence, in which Janet imagines that the entire family is tremendously overweight.
A rasta musician meets a gospel singer when they both enter a music contest in Kingston Jamaic. They fall for each other but are kept apart by the Girl's father the Pastor, who wants her to marry into the church.
A drag queen takes in a drug addict and her daughter and helps raise the daughter. Starring Ving Rhames and Alfre Woodard.
Stacy fires Charles’ employee Wesley, an immature friend of his, without his knowledge; Kita foils a robbery at Lucy’s and meets a cop, Micah.
Olivia's team investigate a congresswoman. Meanwhile, Olivia and Mellie have an unexpected encounter at the White House Correspondents' Dinner; and Jake and Huck learn more about Operation Remington.
Faith Evans is a legend in her own right! Known for mixing her soulful voice with hard hitting hip hop tracks, Faith has been the soundtrack to a large part of the 1990s and 2000s, as the First Lady of Bad Boy. On this episode of BEING, Faith Evans gives us a glimpse into her life and looks back at her abbreviated and sometimes confrontational marriage with the Notorious BIG.
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