The attraction between Linc and Eleanor is tested with the emergence of suave record producer Dante Harrison.
Eleanor's name is linked in a scandal involving a politician.
CeCe wants to make an impression on her new boyfriend by taking another job.
Linc reluctantly accompanies Eleanor to relationship counseling.
Dante convinces a skeptical Linc to drum up customers by holding a slam-poetry night.
Eleanor's ex-husband comforts her when their dog dies.
Dante takes Rosalee to a military ball when Rosalee's date backs out.
Harlan learns a secret about his past.
Dante and Eleanor compete over the purchase of a building.
The ladies of Linc's start a book club to take their minds off men, but the plan is hardly successful.
Linc and Eleanor band together to rescue CeCe from a cult.
Linc and Rosalee are horrified to learn they've been dating the same woman.
A controversial DJ brings his broadcast to the bar after CeCe wins a radio contest.
CeCe and her mother appear on a talk show hosted by Dennis Rodman.
Eleanor is jealous of Linc's new girlfriend, who's wealthy---and a blonde.
Eleanor tries to rekindle love with an old flame, while celebrities Debbie Allen, Fred Berry and Richard Roundtree travel to Washington, D.C., for the “Unemployed Black Actor's March.”
The gang at the bar finds themselves in a tense hostage situation.
Linc and his patrons are targeted by a TV producer to serve as prototypes for a new series.
Dante helps CeCe get a record and music-video deal. But CeCe is more interested in getting Dante.
Linc's injury in an accident inspires him to renew his friendship with Eleanor.
Dante's career and life are threatened when one of his acts demands to be released from a contract.