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.
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'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.
When Boyce and Stamps discover Barton has a secret crush, they take it upon themselves to get their dad out of the house and back on the dance floor.
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.
After Boyce resorts to violence when defending Lolli's honor, his ego is tested when a video of the incident goes viral. Boyce's tough-guy attitude eventually finds its match.
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.
Boyce and Lolli's old friends Paul and Robyn come to visit, bringing along their brand new foster child. When Boyce and Lolli see their parenting skills in action, it's up to them to save the kid.
As Boyce and Lolli begin to enjoy the perks of their newly empty nest, a fed up Barton decides it's time for Stamps to move out of his house… and into Boyce and Lolli's.
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.
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.
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?
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...
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.
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.
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.