Deitrick's family (from his biological father's side) is trying to reconnect with him.
Deitrick never knew his dad, and now he's gone.
Throwback: the Gibsons!
LaVette prepares for a speaking engagement. LaVette's gon' preach!
Another throwback...is that Lionel Richie?
He is teaching his son Seth how to be a preacher.
No! It's Bishop Clarence McClendon!
Deitrick had his own battles with his image in the past, and thinks he shares some of that with his dad.
Deitrick's sister Zena is offended that Deitrick wants to scope out his other family.
She thinks Dominique put the ideas in his head. Dominique's like, what?!
Umm..yes. You were cray.
Clarence asks his mom if he was a perfectionist as a child, like Seth is.
LaVette invites Myesha and Christy to work at her event.
Myesha gets to sing!
Looking good, LaVette!
Deitrick's mom tells him why she left his dad. He was an abusive alcoholic who left them in the lurch.
The McClendon's shoot some hoops.
Seth is too hard on himself.
Maybe Seth needs to be around kids his own age...
The Chaneys are here!
Cornhole is the best.
Priscilla talks about Seth's homeschooling, and his preaching dreams.
Myesha wonders if her own son, Wayne, will want to be part of the ministry too.
Deitrick meets his hilarious uncle Larry for the first time.
Deitrick hears his father sing on an mp3. Like father like son.
We're a family again!
Myesha sings an original song, and kills it!
LaVette preaches, and reveals a little about her past in the process!
Deitrick and Dominique go to visit his dad's grave...but it's not there.
Deitrick decides he'll never be like his father. He'll always be there.