The twins find a deeper appreciation for each other during a trip to visit their father in Texas.
Booker and Levi find themselves on opposite sides of the Carver School dress code, while Nia and Tess clash over the authenticity of each other's recent fashion choices.
Nia, Tess and Booker are ecstatic over the popularity of their Chi-Lective music video that has gotten thousands of likes on MeTube, until Levi shows them a diss track that’s been posted by a rival group, The 3 Go’s, that makes fun of Booker.
Levi’s dad, Garrett, returns from prison, but Raven, Chelsea and the kids are dismayed to discover that he has stolen Chelsea’s invention “The Schmop.”
The kids make it to the next round in the Radio Eclipse music competition, but Raven threatens to take away their band when Booker gets a bad grade.
The kids head to L.A. with the whole family to compete in the finals of a music competition hosted by radio personality and former boy band star, Chris Springlakes.
When a new neighbor moves in next door on Halloween, the kids collect enough evidence that suggests he could be an evil being.
Tess and Nia square off with Chelsea and Raven to see who can go without technology the longest.
Booker joins ballet club to win over Danni, but quits when the coolest kid in school makes fun of it.
Booker gets jealous when Danni strikes up a friendship with Nia and Tess. Levi helps Raven and Chelsea realize they should combine their businesses.
Levi starts hanging with a “nerdy” posse, making Booker jealous.
Chelsea and Raven’s relaxing spa weekend goes awry after leaving their kids with Devon.
When Booker has a vision that his mom and dad are getting back together over the Holidays, he tries to recreate every family tradition from Christmas, Hanukkah and Kwanza to help set the mood. Meanwhile, Raven and Garrett butt heads in the kitchen.
When Nia gets a crush on the new French exchange student, Timothée, she pretends to be a sophisticated Brit to win him over and enlists Booker to help her keep up the ruse.
Unbeknownst to her kids, Raven still catches glimpses of the future, and unbeknownst to her, Booker has just learned he has these same abilities. Hilarity ensues as Raven and Booker’s visions collide, but no matter the situation, they figure everything out together as one big happy family.
Booker and Nia endure growing pains; Chelsea has a “magical” encounter.
When Booker shirks his responsibilities, helping Mr. Arthur at the local barbershop to attend a concert promoted by Chris Spring-Lake, Mr. Arthur recruits Raven to do her son’s work.
When the school’s basketball team makes it to the National Championship, Tess rallies everyone to help her host a live telethon to raise funds for the team to travel.
When Booker becomes responsible for choosing who will represent the class at the district poetry slam, Nia thinks she has a guaranteed spot on the team. Meanwhile, Raven and Chelsea start a DIY renovation on their new business space.
When Mr. Arthur tells Booker that he isn't ready to go from sweeping floors to cutting hair at the barbershop, Booker opens his own mobile barbershop in the boys' school bathroom.
When Nia and Levi surprise their moms with a new couch and donate the old one, Raven and Chelsea reveal that they stored Chelsea's settlement money in the cushions!
Nia becomes an influencer after winning a contest sponsored by a shoe company … until Levi breaks the news that the shoe company doesn’t stand for the things Nia believes.
Raven and Chelsea anticipate an appearance on Chris Spring-Lake's TV show, will spotlight their new joint business venture. Unfortunately, the self-absorbed host only seems capable of promoting himself.