Neesee and Robert make a decision about a second child.
When Robert finds out that Neesee is planning to visit a sperm bank in order to become pregnant, he questions her reasoning for going through with the procedure.
Unable to cope with Courtney's mood swings ever since she broke up with her boyfriend, Dirk enlists Neesee's help. Courtney is inconsolable--until Neesee and Dirk come up with the perfect way.
Believing he has been wrongfully terminated, Dirk sues Robert and the show.
Dirk refuses to speak to Robert, who begins spending time with the man that Neesee has been dating.
Realizing that she wants to have another baby, Neesee visits a fertility clinic to research potential sperm donors.
During his 15th college reunion weekend, Robert finds himself attracted to Deborah Cooper, a professor he had a crush on back in his college days. Hoping to meet an eligible bachelor at the reunion, Neesee reconnects with Fitz Escoffrey, a national television sports reporter. Robert believes Fitz stole his successful career when he tripped Robert during a college basketball game and made the game-winning basket. Wanting to settle the feud, Robert challenges Fitz to a one-on-one basketball game, but injures himself before the game while trying to romance Professor Cooper.
Bobby tries to steal a pair of sneakers in order to fit in with the cool kids at school, but he is caught by the store manager.
After cheating on an aptitude test, Bobby suddenly find himself in the gifted students' program.
Neesee and Robert are both excited to learn that her new condo is ready, but Bobby tells them he doesn't want to go back and forth between houses. Robert and Neesee decide that the only solution is for Bobby to continue living at Robert's home while he and Neesee take turns living in her condo. Dirk is sent into a frenzy when Courtney develops a crush on an older man from his office.
Neesee agrees to go on a date with Robert's co-worker Greg (Kevin Hart - "Scary Movie 4").
As Bobby prepares to sign up for his school's football league, Robert can't wait to pass his macho legacy on to his son. But to Robert's horror, Bobby chooses cheerleading instead.
After Bobby doesn't hide his disappointment in the gifts he receives on Christmas Eve, Robert and Neesee decide to donate the new toys to an orphanage.
After Bobby behaves disrespectfully towards Dirk, Robert punishes Bobby by preventing him from attending a field trip.
Robert remains stunned that his biological father, Luther, is gay. Although Robert tries to hide this fact from his family, Luther and his partner unexpectedly show up. Meanwhile, when Courtney shows her lack of interest in spending the holiday with Dirk, Neesee offers her some motherly guidance. Finally, the entire family sits down to have a Thanksgiving meal to remember, prepared by Neesee.
After Robert and his sister, Carmen (recurring guest star Tisha Campbell-Martin), learn that the man who raised them isn't Robert's actual father, Dirk and Robert track down his biological dad, Luther (Richard Lawson - "Dead Like Me")--and Robert discovers a shocking secret about him. Meanwhile, although Bobby tries to hide the fact that Courtney invited her boyfriend over to the house while Neesee was working, Neesee quickly discovers that the two are hiding something.
Robert and Neesee James are divorced, but that doesn't mean their complicated and sometimes stormy relationship is over. Not only do they share custody of their young son, Bobby Jr., but for the past year, they've been sharing a house.
Trailer for the documentary All Of Us.
In the South Bronx, a young doctor embarks on a research project to find out why black women are being infected with the HIV virus at an alarming rate. Dr. Mehret Mandefro takes us into the lives and relationships of two of her female patients, Chevelle and Tara, as they identify and struggle with the social factors that put them at risk.
Chevelle, abandoned by her family as a teenager, became addicted to drugs and dependent on sex with men to get attention and cash. When we meet her, she's been clean for a year and is striving for financial independence. Tara suffered sexual abuse for much of her life and resorted to sex work to survive. Her current boyfriend is pressuring her for sex even though she is undergoing a series of invasive surgeries for cervical cancer. Despite her frail condition, Tara works to overcome her fear of saying no and gains new confidence along the way.
As Chevelle and Tara strive for more power in their lives and relationships, Mehret expands her research to include women across boundaries of race, class and country. She also begins to grapple with these extremely personal themes as they appear in her own life. A visit to Ethiopia, her birthplace, and candid conversations with her privileged girlfriends in New York, yield a startling realization: heterosexual women across the continents face a dangerous power imbalance in the bedroom. When she lets her hair down, steps out of her doctor's role, and confesses her own weaknesses, even this Harvard trained physician sounds just like one of us.
All Of Us is about AIDS but it is not a tragedy. It is a story of resilience, sisterhood and courage.
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