Experiencing his first year of high school from the comfort of his bedroom is brutal for Andrew. Because he's such an extrovert and thrives in group settings, he's struggling to stay focused and do his best in isolation because of #COVID19.
Sheletta and her teenage son talk about the death of Chadwick Boseman. Andrew idolized the Black Panther star and discusses how he's inspired by the legacy Chadwick leaves behind.
Andrew's 14th birthday is coming up in a few weeks so he's already started applying online for jobs at McDonald's, Burger King or Taco Bell. His mother Sheletta ain't having any parts of her son being a front line worker putting himself at risk for contracting #COVID19 (and that's putting it mildly).
When Sheletta says her children will have to scale back plans to celebrate their birthdays because of #COVID19, Andrew shoots back with facts and figures about how Dave & Busters and Chuck E. Cheese plan to keep party goers safe.
Andrew thought his family was somehow special and that's the reason they won a free Class A from Camping World. Sheletta had to tell him it was actually God answering his little sister's prayer to bless their family with a free RV that made it happen.
After George Floyd was murdered, Sheletta had to have "The Talk" with her teenage son about what to do if he has an encounter with police. The fact that he was a target simply because of the color of his skin made Andrew angry, his mother is trying to help him turn that anger into action to help heal their town.
When a big time Hollywood studio asks Andrew to review one of their movies, he ditches his mom and calls a friend to help co-host the Mommy & Me Podcast. It's Uncle Rusty Gatenby to the rescue! A long time award winning film critic, Rusty gives Andrew the right recipe to rating motion pictures.
During their Mommy & Me Podcast, Sheletta tells Andrew that even if classes open up for the fall, he will continue distance learning and she won't be allowing any of her children on a school campus. Andrew is distraught that he'll miss out on his first year of high school.