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Air Date: March 15th, 2016

Network: NBC

Series Summary
Mike and Martina must change their plans when their empty nest unexpectedly becomes full again.

Rating: TV14

Genres: Sitcom, Entertainment

Episodes

  • Season 1 - Episode 13 : Come Back May 22, 2016

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    When the family goes to Bob's cabin, the gang finds Mike's mother there, hiding from the law; the family is able to get some closure, but the revelation of a secret may change everything.

  • Season 1 - Episode 12 : In Hiding May 15, 2016

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    Stella, Shea and Martina see Ethan at a male strip club; Mike and Bob compete over who is more attractive to other guys.

  • Season 1 - Episode 11 : Daughter May 8, 2016

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    Mike finds out Stella's boyfriend is married and struggles with whether or not to tell her; Martina bonds with Bob at a shooting range; Alice mentors Shea about a guy she's seeing.

  • Season 1 - Episode 10 : Better Man May 1, 2016

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    Mike finds a Viagra pill and he and Martina decide to try it; Stella can't deal with the mean comments people leave about her new YouTube channel.

  • Season 1 - Episode 9 : Unemployable Apr 24, 2016

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    Stella works as a webcam girl; Shea finds a job at a fast food restaurant; Ethan works for his crush, Shea; Bob and Alice argue over end-of-life issues.

ratings & reviews

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  • Filled with predictable jokes, stereotypical characters and situations that wouldn’t have been fresh two decades ago, the new comedy wastes its premise and all but deserts star Patrick Warburton, the only one who appears to be making an effort. Show More

  • It's a new show that feels very much like an old show. Like shows we've seen umpteen times before. Show More

  • Really, it’s only Warburton who’s able to muster the rare amusing moment, and that’s not because of his lines, but rather the way he delivers them, with his unique combination of squints and grimaces and slow-drawl responses. Show More

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