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Turner and Brenda ditch the set of the hit show Chicago Shields, leaving Goodnight and a frantic production assistant to track them down. Meanwhile, K workshops his sci-fi novel – with no help from Simon.
The episode was rated 8,16 from 19 votes.
Simon and Kareme crash a barbecue, and Officer Turner gets a new wig to impress her old high school classmates.
The episode was rated 8,13 from 63 votes.
Q enlists Simon and K’s help to cover for an AWOL member of the team. After their squad car is stolen, Sergeant Turner finds herself covering for Officer Goodnight… again.
The episode was rated 8,06 from 16 votes.
Allen runs for Alderman, but his attempts to dig up dirt on Adam Bethune might cost him the race. Then, Turner prepares to reenter the dating scene, while Keisha attempts to scare her son back onto the basketball court.
The episode was rated 8,00 from 20 votes.
Juke-A-Thon and Furniture Con loom on the horizon, promising big changes for the South Side crew. While Stacy and Turner clash over coaching styles, Q’s groundbreaking couch creates waves – and causes a rift in the space-time continuum.
The episode was rated 8,00 from 15 votes.
Simon and Kareme invest in a new cryptocurrency called Litcoin, and Officer Goodnight shoots himself in the foot.
The episode was rated 7,96 from 46 votes.
As a cabal of clowns invade the South Side, Goodnight and Turner attempt to control the chaos, while Simon and the RTO crew try to face their fears.
The episode was rated 7,94 from 18 votes.
While Simon and K work on their latest scheme, Turner’s surfaces with a saucy side-hustle of her own. Later, Allen’s attempts to fight for the people of the South Side catch the attention of Chicago’s elite.
The episode was rated 7,89 from 19 votes.
Officer Turner’s father asks her to compete in a spades tournament, and Simon learns the moves for steppin’.
The episode was rated 7,88 from 59 votes.
Officers Turner and Goodnight guard a store that’s selling the new Jordans, and Simon and Kareme try to recover a laptop that has Kareme’s sci-fi novel on it.
The episode was rated 7,81 from 64 votes.
Officer Turner is at odds with a civil rights icon who happens to live in her newly acquired building; Simon and Kareme try their hand at selling street popcorn.
The episode was rated 7,79 from 62 votes.
The Rent-T-Own team looks back at the many lives of an ottoman that’s been in the system for decades, tracing its journey through Q's ill-fated foot modeling career, to Keisha’s foray into doll fashion, and beyond.
The episode was rated 7,79 from 19 votes.
Simon and K find themselves in over their heads when Uncle Spike causes their latest scheme to go south. Then, Officer Goodnight’s plans for the Chorale are overshadowed by the arrival of Kitty’s crooning ex.
The episode was rated 7,78 from 23 votes.
A sweltering summer day finds Simon desperate to protect his latest prized possession – a set of Omaha steaks. Meanwhile, Goodnight’s ill-fated stakeout leads to a surprise win for Turner.
The episode was rated 7,76 from 25 votes.
Forced to take refuge in Rent-T-Own during a freak storm, Turner uses the captive audience to her advantage, while Q and Stacy deal with computer problems. Elsewhere, a brush with a fortune teller spells doom for Simon and K.
The episode was rated 7,72 from 18 votes.
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