Honest Yak Prices – With Abishola’s husband adamant that he’ll never agree to a divorce, Bob and Abishola grow disheartened that they will never be able to get married.
Tunde The Boy King – After a chance encounter, Abishola and Christina unexpectedly hit it off as future sisters-in-law. Also, at MaxDot, Douglas gives the workers a much needed morale boost, but feels pressured when Bob praises him as a natural leader.
The Cheerleader Leader – After Tayo forbids Dele from dancing, Abishola enlists Bob’s help in talking to Dele about his feelings.
The Wrong Adebambo – Makes a surprise visit from Nigeria to Detroit, Bob sees this as a perfect opportunity for Abishola to ask for a divorce, but Abishola is surprised when past feelings for her husband come up.
A TIGHT ASS IS A WONDERFUL THING – Thanks to Abishola’s brutal Nigerian honesty, Bob finds himself in a feud with Kemi. Also, after Douglas makes a big mistake on the warehouse floor, Goodwin hates himself for looking the other way.
SLEEPING NEXT TO AN OLD BOAT – Abishola worries that Bob’s privileged lifestyle is starting to rub off on Dele. Also, a new robot vacuum brings Tunde joy but begins to make Olu feel insecure.
CAMP BANANAS – For the sake of Bob’s health, Bob and Abishola try reducing stress by taking a day off together. Also, Christina is boss for the day at MaxDot, and Gloria steps in to care for Dottie.
STRAIGHT OUTTA LAGOS – Bob wants to show off Abishola at an awards gala but ruins the night when he won’t let her speak for herself. Meanwhile, Douglas tries fitting in with Goodwin and Kofo as one of the blue-collar guys on the warehouse floor.
PARIS IS FOR LOVERS, NOT MOTHERS – Kemi leans on Abishola after an argument with Chukwuemeka, disrupting her and Bob’s engagement celebration. Also, Dottie gives Douglas a new job at MaxDot.
ON A DEAD GUY’S BENCH – Bob enlists Tunde’s help to buy an engagement ring, but his plans to propose to Abishola are upended by her belief that a traditional marriage is more trouble than it’s worth.