Yes, it is. M'Dear instead of "My Dear." Usually the name given to an older woman, grandmother, aunt, etc.
You're a better person than I, I couldn't make it past episode 3.
I can't see anybody with eyes mistaking Jade for white....just no.
I didn't like all the spanking because that seemed to be the only form of punishment M'Dear could think of. I also didn't like how the parents just decided out of the blue that they'd leave Seattle.
Many years ago, 60 Minutes had a piece about middle class black families leaving the northern suburbs for the south, leaving mostly white communities to live in mostly black communities. I can see the family moving for THAT reason, but there didn't seem to be any reason for moving.