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black-ish Sneak Peek: Are the Johnsons Ready for Daddy Dre-Care?

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Division of household labor in a relationship can be a tricky task — especially when one half of the couple may have developed a slight video-game addiction.

In the following exclusive sneak peek from Wednesday’s installment of black-ish (9:30/8:30c), Dre (Anthony Anderson) gets called out by Rainbow (Tracee Ellis Ross) for failing to recognize the “1,000 invisible things” she does on a weekly basis to keep their household running.

Press PLAY to see the bold (and potentially disastrous) offer Dre makes to help ease his wife’s stress levels, then hit the comments and share your thoughts on the setup.

Comments are monitored, so don’t go off topic, don’t frakkin’ curse and don’t bore us with how much your coworker’s sister-in-law makes per hour. Talk smart about TV!

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6 Comments
  1. D says:

    so I wonder how well a show called white-ish would go over, about a white family losing their whiteness, I bet it would be called racist and bigoted, you have to love that double standard.

    • Pat says:

      There are plenty of shows that could fill your “white-ish” need. Just turn on your tv and you’ll see plenty of shows with white families/predominately white casts.

      • D says:

        way to miss the point, i’m talking about a show where the main premise is a white father who’s kids are starting to act black aka losing their whiteness, which is basically the premise of this show a black father who’s kids aren’t acting black enough

        • Pat says:

          The show is about what does the black identity mean in today’s society. Yes, the pilot does touch upon the father worrying about his son’s “blackness”, but its so much more than that. African Americans are being defined by other people’s perceptions (whites for example) of what “blackness” constitutes as well as within their own culture. Hopefully as the show develops they will continue to explore what it means to be black in today’s society.

  2. jeff says:

    I love this show and I love that ABC is supporting it, by season 2 the title won’t be controversial

  3. Deirdre says:

    That is so true!!!!! Moms do a lot around the house that dads do not!!!!!!!!!!!