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How to Live With Your Parents (For the Rest of Your Life)

Series Summary
Adjusting to life after a divorce hasn't been easy for Polly, especially with the poor economy. So she's left with no better option than to take her daughter and move back in with her parents. Polly's parents are adventurous, whereas she is conservative, so they have a difference of opinion about the direction she should take as she adjusts to a new chapter. Rounding out her support system is her ex-husband, Julian, and her co-worker and friend, Jenn, both of whom are there to help as she tries to forge a new life.

Air Dates: 2013 - 2014

Genres: Sitcom

Network: ABC

  • Season 1, Ep. 13 : How to Be Gifted Jun 26, 2013

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    Polly helps Natalie get into a Magnet program; Elaine takes a part in Max's play reading.

  • Season 1, Ep. 12 : How to Help the Needy Jun 19, 2013

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    When Polly's popularity at Elaine's birthday lunch leave Elaine feeling boring, Polly gets her a movie audition.

  • Season 1, Ep. 11 : How to Not Waste Money Jun 12, 2013

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    After Max gets upset with Polly for charging $600 to his credit card, the two of them redeem a pack of spa coupons at the last minute. Meanwhile, Elaine loses her keys and it turns out that Max had them all along.

  • Season 1, Ep. 10 : How to Have a Playdate Jun 5, 2013

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    Polly and Natalie become part of a group of moms and their daughters that all do play dates together. When Polly volunteers to host the next play date, Elaine tries to help out and winds up getting her ideas rejected by Polly.

  • Season 1, Ep. 9 : How to Get Involved May 29, 2013

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    Polly is nervous about applying for a promotion; Max and Elaine try to make sure that Natalie and Polly are living up to their full potential.

critic reviews ( 3 )
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  • Between the cutesy on-screen captions and an anything-goes sensibility that flirts with child endangerment (just kidding, kind of), Parents ultimately just feels like it's trying too hard. show more

  • It feels like a happy medium between "The New Normal" and "Everybody Loves Raymond," but it manages to feel comfortably familiar as opposed to stale and overdone, largely due to the extremely talented, relatable cast. show more

  • Chalke and company are all expert comic actors, but the pilot is leapingly frantic, a puppy wanting love. [8 Apr 2013, p.45] show more

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