The McKellans head to a family reunion at M'Dear and Grandpa's house, where Moz, Cocoa and the kids consider a simpler life away from city comforts.
While cleaning out the attic, Mazzi and Shaka find M'Dear's private mementos from a famous singer -- a discovery that stirs up drama with Grandpa.
When Moz gifts the kids go-karts, Cocoa is less than thrilled. Jade uses an app to try and outsmart M'Dear, an undisputed "Bible champion."
Cocoa's unconventional beliefs shock M'Dear's Bible-study group. Jade uses sisterly bonding for quality time with Drew -- until she forgets about Ami.
The family's religious role model, Auntie Grace, reveals her secret passion. When a kitchen fire erupts, Moz teaches the kids the importance of honesty.
The McKellans recall a cross-country move to Georgia that was packed with misadventure, from a weird proposal and a creepy ritual to a frisky raccoon.
As the kids start a new school year, Jade takes a stand against a strict dress code, Mazzi opts to redo fourth grade and Shaka eyes a potential crush.
When Jade competes in a pageant, she recruits a former beauty queen to be her coach. Meanwhile, Mazzi tests his "macho" abilities to impress Moz.
After M'Dear shares the family's rich history with the kids, Moz and Cocoa are inspired to carry on the tradition.
M'Dear introduces Jade to a new boy, and Mazzi and Shaka find a job to earn extra money. But an encounter with a cop soon has the family on edge.