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The wealthy town of Westport, Conn., is full of cookie-cutter mommies and their seemingly perfect offspring, but the members of the Otto family can't be counted among them. Confident housewife Katie Otto shares a home with her husband, Jeff, and their three children Taylor, Harrison and Anna-Kat, and while she loves them all dearly, she recognizes they probably aren't going to land themselves in a magazine spread anytime soon. The matriarch knows her family is beautifully flawed, and she's far from sorry.

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Katie feels unappreciated and ditches her family for a day, leaving Viv in charge of the household; Viv takes this as an opportunity to see if she would be a good mother.
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Katie takes Oliver out of school for a day after Oliver has a meltdown over something minor; Anna-Kat takes Greg to the park to help him make new friends.
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Katie and Greg try to drive a wedge between Taylor and her new boyfriend; Greg helps Oliver plan a date with a girl from his ballet class.
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Katie is worried that the launch of Greg's new book might go poorly, so she enlists Angela and Doris to write positive reviews; when the book unexpectedly does exceedingly well, Greg buys a new car without consulting Katie.
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Taylor enlists Oliver to help her carry out a scheme so she can ditch her friend Ellen and go to a concert with her blondetourage; Katie makes some poor and desperate parenting decisions.
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The Ottos struggle to be together for Christmas; Taylor teaches Oliver how to ask out a crush.
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Greg and Katie become ecstatic when they meet a couple without children; Anna-Kat coerces Taylor and Oliver into helping her with a storytelling project.
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Katie teams up with Oliver to bribe rich Westport families to donate big-ticket items for the spring gala; Greg takes Taylor and Anna-Kat to a Revolutionary War re-enactment.
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Greg's plans to impress his parents on Thanksgiving go awry when other guests arrive unannounced.
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Greg plays dirty to convince Katie to let them keep Anna-Kat's beloved pet pig; Oliver and Viv compete for the attention of a new neighbor; Taylor considers leaving her boyfriend.
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Katie gets excited when her family receives its first "Boo" -- an anonymous note and gift left on the doorstep.
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When Anna-Kate brings home a lice infestation, Katie uses it to force bonding time with Taylor; Greg camps in the backyard with Oliver, who keeps ditching him for the neighbor.
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Katie struggles with Taylor and Anna-Kat's defiance; Greg and Katie help Oliver come to terms with an embarrassing moment in ballet class.
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Although Katie receives a lot of pressure about the spring gala, she insists on doing it her own way; Greg throws a barbecue.
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Katie's efforts to get more time for herself backfire; Oliver proves to Katie that his passion for ballet is genuine; Taylor and Greg disagree over whether or not she needs to go to college.

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