In “Ring Around the Party,” Riley (Chelsea Kane) realizes that she hasn’t met any of Ross’s (Eddie Cibrian) friends and decides to throw a cocktail party so she can get to know them. Ross confronts Ben (Jean-Luc Bilodeau) about his not-so-secret feelings for Riley and tells him to back off; in fact, don’t even come to the party.
Not one to take orders, Ben crashes the party, but the night quickly takes a wrong turn when the boys get into a fist fight and a very drunk Tucker (Tahj Mowry) spills a few more secrets.
Danny realizes he knows nothing about his new girlfriend, Ashley, and goes to great lengths just to find out her last name. Will Danny be able to save his relationship once she figures out how little he knows about her?
“Ring Around the Party” airs TONIGHT, Wednesday, July 15th @ 8:30PM ET/PT on ABC Family. 25+ pics inside…
In “Wheeler War”, Ben (Jean-Luc Bilodeau) realizes that he made a huge mistake when he drove Riley away; he never should have believed Danny (Derek Theler) and Riley have feelings for each other, especially since they’re now dating other people. Ben knows Ross is all wrong for Riley, so he devises a plan to get rid of him; he’s going to turn Ross into a Wheeler.
Riley is furious when she discovers that her sweet boyfriend has been corrupted and declares a Wheeler War – a very rare sporting event the family made up to decide important matters. If she wins, Ben, Danny and Tucker (Tahj Mowry) have to stay away from Ross. If they win, the boys get to keep hanging out with him, who fortunately has no idea that he is the reason for the War.
“Wheeler War” airs TONIGHT, Wednesday, July 1st @ 8:30PM ET/PT on ABC Family. 30+ pics inside…
In “Lowering the Bars,” Tucker is ordered to appear in court in response to a lawsuit he filed against a construction company, so he hires Riley to be his lawyer. When the company offers Tucker a small settlement, Riley refuses to accept it and demands that Judge Johnson (Jackee Harry) send their case to trial.
Once Tucker admits that he can’t remember what actually happened, Riley realizes she needs to get creative if she wants her first trial to be a success.
Meanwhile, Bonnie (Melissa Peterman) is shocked that Ben (Jean-Luc Bilodeau) and Danny (Derek Theler) bought Bar on B and thinks they should sell it because they know nothing about owning a business. She is so convinced the guys are destined to fail that she speeds the process along, starting with a very fake health inspector.
“Lowering the Bars” airs TONIGHT, Wednesday, June 24th @ 8:30PM ET/PT on ABC Family. 10+ pics inside…
In tonight’s episode, “It Takes A Village Idiot,” Bonnie, Danny, Riley (Chelsea Kane) and Tucker (Tahj Mowry) are tired of Ben (Jean-Luc Bilodeau) always passing Emma off on them every time something better comes along, so when Ben insists he can do it all by himself without their help, they go on strike.
Without his support system, a frazzled Ben brings Emma along on his dates and his shift at the bar. Forced to rely on the very limited kindness of strangers, will Ben finally swallow his pride and admit how much he needs everyone?
Meanwhile, Tucker advises Riley to make up a fake boyfriend in order to fix her friendship with Danny.
“It Takes A Village Idiot” airs TONIGHT, Wednesday, June 10th @ 8PM ET/PT on ABC Family. 20+ pics inside…
Tahj Mowry pops his collar in this new shot from May 2015 issue of NKD mag.
The 28-year-old actor chatted about Baby Daddy, working on a successful sitcom and his music. Check it:
On acting in a sitcom: “It’s hard work because you have to remember more things than you would for a film because a film takes more time, so you can do smaller sections of the movie or of the show whereas sitcom you’re doing full scenes, but that’s why it’s fun and it keeps you on your toes. I like to try different things every take, like add and change things without telling the writers sometimes. The writers allow us to be free, and the audience loves it because, you know, they’re sitting there for a while and take after take it can get boring. So you want to change it up a little bit.”
On what’s next for Tucker on Baby Daddy: “We were bouncing around ideas, I think it would be so cool to have Kristin Chenoweth play my mom because obviously I’m mixed — my mom’s black and my dad’s white – so we could totally do that, and she’s freaking awesome.”
On writing his own music: “It’s been really cool because I didn’t really know that I could write songs, I used to be kind of afraid just because it’s kind of vulnerable and you don’t know if people will sing along. I just forced myself into writing it on my own because I did want, essentially, control over it.”