Junior is excited about his first time voting but discovers he has been purged from the voter rolls.
Dre's colleague Stevens makes an ill-advised decision to run for Congress.
The season premiere of "black-ish" takes us to the beginning of the global pandemic for the Johnsons. As a first responder, Bow receives her family's praise for her work, with Junior being her biggest fan. But over time, the family loses their enthusiasm, and Bow discovers someone in her house is...
Dre underestimates how hard operating during a pandemic will be for the Johnsons; Junior's attempts to bring his girlfriend closer to the family are stymied by the new realities of social distancing.
Dre and Junior butt heads over the most effective way to protest in the age of social media; Jack grows jealous as Diane starts to hang out with the older kids at school.
Dre's intimate wedding plans for Pops and Ruby go awry when Pops' brother, Uncle Norman, shows up unexpectedly for the festivities; Ruby refuses Bow's offer to help with preparations.
Dre and Bow find out that Diane has a secret social media account; Junior and Ruby confess to their romantic partners about little lies they've told since their relationships began.
Dre realizes he's out of touch with his roots after Junior claims he's turned into a "valley dad," so he takes the family to his hometown of Compton; Bow tries to teach Jack and Diane about the spirit of giving by having them volunteer in Compton.
When the power goes out in the neighborhood, Dre's instinct is to go into survival mode and stockpile on essentials, while Bow focuses on helping their neighbors. Meanwhile, Junior desperately searches for a place to charge his phone to get in touch with Olivia.
Going against Bow's warning, Dre tries to educate her white cousin Gary about how to be an ally; Olivia tries to impress Junior's family by attempting to psychoanalyze everyone and their relationships with one another.
After Bow makes history as the first Black female partner at her hospital, Dre feels like he is not supporting the Black community as much as he would like and tries to convince Stevens & Lido to hire another Black executive. Meanwhile, after her promotion, Bow struggles with the burden of being ...
Dre is still hesitant about recreational use after catching Junior and Oliva smoking weed together. Bow doesn't think it's a big deal, but Ruby tries to intervene. Meanwhile, Diane asks Jack to help her with her senior prank and he is happy to be included.
While Bow and Junior take Olivia and her mother, Maxine, to brunch to celebrate Junior's birthday, and Bow is forced to confront the idea of her and Junior having an oddly close relationship. Meanwhile, Jack is jealous that his new crush wants to hang out with Diane instead of him.
In trying to prove to Diane that hip-hop isn't dead, Dre realizes he may be more of out of touch with current trends and his clients than he thought. Meanwhile, Jack thinks that he has somehow become Bow's best friend now that Junior is too busy with his new girlfriend.
When Jack decides to go vegan, Dre is unsupportive because he is worried about messing up their bonding nights where they both eat barbecue and watch MMA fights together; Diane wants to buy a limited-edition Beyoncé doll with her allowance.