The Family Crews Season 2 Recap

The Family Crews Season 2 Recap

Get caught up on everything that went down this year with Terry and Rebecca's beautiful family.

Published August 25, 2014

What a season!

 

The Family Crews second season is officially a wrap—and what an exciting 11 weeks it was.

 

In case you missed out on any of the action from Terry, Rebecca and the kids, here’s a recap of their adventures:

 

-Terry returned home after six weeks of shooting Are We There Yet in Connecticut and broke the news to his family that they might have to move to the East Coast if the show gets picked up.

 

-On his fifth birthday, Isaiah skipped out on his birthday party at Raging Waters thanks to Terry and got to walk the red carpet at the world premiere of the movie Lottery Ticket instead.

 

-While Rebecca and Azriel traveled to New York to check out New York University, Terry helped Jorge research potential job opportunities in order to support Naomi and Miley.

 

-The roles were reversed when Rebecca was presented with an offer to pose for a Heart & Soul swimsuit layout, which resulted in a visit to the marriage counselor for the Crews couple.

 

-Rebecca and Terry were invited to Philadelphia for the Charlie Mack celebrity charity weekend. While they were away, Tera experienced her first period.

 

-Terry got the exciting news that Are We There Yet? had been picked up for 90 episodes, which also meant that his family had to leave Los Angeles and head to the East Coast. While Terry was excited, the news didn’t sit well with the rest of the family.

 

-Thanks to a killer audition and a little assistance from choreographer George Faison, Azriel got accepted into New York University’s musical theater program. Before the family left town, Terry took Tera to the Purity Ball as the two shared a special father and daughter moment.

 

-The Crews family said goodbye to Los Angeles by hosting a luncheon and blessing for Naomi’s daughter, Miley.

 

-Manhattan welcomed The Family Crews with open arms, but the cramped living quarters of the Big Apple soon took a toll on the family. Who knew a two-bedroom apartment in New York City would be so small?

 

-Rebecca worked with George Faison on her one-woman show, titled High Yellow Girl. Despite a reduced rehearsal time, Rebecca managed to bring the house down with her outstanding performance.

 

-Terry surprised his entire family by purchasing a home in Greenwich, Connecticut, instead of living in Manhattan. Who needs to live in the Big Apple when you have a brand new mansion in the suburbs?

(Photo: PictureGroup)

Written by BET-Staff

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