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The oddball cast of characters that hang out at Abby's believe everyone needs a bar to call home. Theirs just happens to be an unlicensed watering hole in Abby's backyard, where the drinks are cheap and the laughs abound. But what really makes this place so special is Abby. She's a tough cookie with no time for nonsense. She doesn't allow cellphones, earning a seat at the bar takes time, and losing a challenge means drinking a limey, sugary, non-beer cocktail -- and her regulars wouldn't have it any other way.

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When Bill admits to the group that he has Padres season tickets behind home plate that he lost in his divorce, the gang forces him to invite his ex-wife to the bar to reclaim the tickets.
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Abby finally allows Rosie's band to perform at the bar; when the band isn't exactly what Abby hoped it would be, she has trouble telling Rosie the truth.
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Bill offends Abby when he innocently steps in to resolve an issue with unruly customers; James accidentally breaks Beth's beloved mug but refuses to confess.
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When Abby and Bill hire a professional repairman to fix the broken soda gun that Fred installed, they're surprised by the repercussions; James takes a stab at the emergency plan for the bar.
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James gets offered a new position at work that he worries he's not qualified for, so Abby serves up some tequila shots to get him to accept the promotion; when James gets a little too much liquid courage, he offends Abby's neighbor.
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Abby finds a letter from her estranged father in a pile of unopened mail and opens up to the group about their fraught relationship.
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Abby, Beth and the gang encourage a reluctant Fred to start dating when it's revealed he has a crush on a bar patron.
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When a secret about Abby's dating history is revealed, Beth worries she might not be as close to Abby as she had hoped; the gang enjoys a few too many drinks thanks to a visit from a liquor promoter.
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Abby and Bill clash when Bill proposes a change to one of the coveted bar rules; facing an impasse, the two appeal to the bar regulars to help settle their dispute.
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Abby's unlicensed backyard bar hits a major snag when new landlord Bill, who recently inherited the house from his deceased aunt, shows up and proposes major changes.

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