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Watch black-ish Season 6 Episode 15
"The Gauntlet"
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On black-ish Season 6 Episode 15, Dre thought he was the best gift-giver, but Bow says she prefers meaningful gifts so he tries to get her one on Valentine’s Day.

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Watch black-ish Season 6 Episode 14
"Adventure to Ventura"
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On black-ish Season 6 Episode 14, Dre worries Diane and Jack don’t know how to fend for themselves only to realize it’s his worries that hold the twins back.

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Watch black-ish Season 6 Episode 13
"Kid Life Crisis"
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On black-ish Season 6 Episode 13, Johnsons go on vacation at an all-inclusive beach resort in paradise and indulge in a kid-less fantasy for a while.

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Watch black-ish Season 6 Episode 12
"Boss Daddy"
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On black-ish Season 6 Episode 12, Dre is torn between looking out for Junior as his father and letting him make his mistakes while Jack loses a friend.

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Watch black-ish Season 6 Episode 11
"Hair Day"
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On black-ish Season 6 Episode 11, Diane is conflicted about relaxing her hair and embarks on a hair journey with the help of Bow, Ruby and her hair stylist.

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Watch black-ish Season 6 Episode 10
"Father Christmas"
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On black-ish Season 6 Episode 10, Pops doesn’t do Christmas but wants to make up for it and go all out this year until a person from Lynette’s past shows up.

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Watch black-ish Season 6 Episode 9
"University of Dre"
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On black-ish Season 6 Episode 9, Dre and Bow worry about Junior’s future after he tells them he wants to produce comedy shows for unknown comics.

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Watch black-ish Season 6 Episode 8
"O Mother Where Art Thou"
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On black-ish Season 6 Episode 8, when Dre learns Lynette is an art aficionado, the two quickly bond but he feels guilty for not spending time with Ruby.

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Watch black-ish Season 6 Episode 7
"Daughters for Dummies"
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On black-ish Seas0on 6 Episode 7, Dre plans some bonding time with Diane but his plan backfires when he realizes the interest is one-sided.

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Watch black-ish Season 6 Episode 6
"Everybody Blames Raymond"
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On black-ish Season 6 Episode 6, Halloween is around the corner and the only thing the Johnsons agree upon is that Jack’s new friend Raymond has got to go.

You should watch black-ish online and catch up on this hilarious family comedy. Black-ish stars Anthony Anderson (Andre “Dre” Johnson) and Tracee Ellis Ross (Rainbow Johnson) as two, upper-middle class black parents of four children living in a mostly white neighborhood. This unique sitcom touches on common racial and class stereotypes and jokes about them without being crude or offensive. The series is told from Dre’s perspective via voice-overs as he grows increasingly worried that his family is losing their cultural identity. His concern that his family has become “too assimilated” leads to some hilarious attempts to teach them more about their black culture. Dre is aided by his father, “Pops,” brilliantly portrayed by Oscar nominee Laurence Fishurne in his mission. This show offers plenty of funny and heartwarming moments for the whole family to enjoy. The entire cast is extremely talented and the kids are beyond adorable, especially the twins, Jack and Diane (played by Miles Brown and Marsai Martin). The writing is spectacular and will have you laughing out loud multiple times through-out each episode. If you’re in the mood for a charming, sweet, family comedy that will keep you laughing, look no further than ABC’s black-ish. Watch black-ish online now!

black-ish Quotes

This ain't our culture, we're black, not African. Africans don't even like us.

Pops

Wait, did they just put me in charge of the black stuff?

Andre