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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 confronts a classmate's mom when she suspects Anna-Kat is being bullied at school; Taylor sets out to complete the final item on her life skills checklist -- teaching Greg to shoot a three-pointer -- so that she can attend her senior prom.
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After Anna-Kat's big win with The Wildflower Girls, the Ottos go on a family vacation; Katie is determined to have a relaxing kid-free day with Greg; Taylor loses her money on Hollywood Boulevard and Anna-Kat is forced to get them out of trouble.
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Against Greg's better judgment, Katy pushes Taylor to lighten up and participate in her school's senior prank; Anna-Kat asks Oliver to give Franklin a makeover so he won't embarrass himself at a classmate's party.
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Katie encourages Anna-Kat to stand up for herself when dealing with Taylor; Oliver feels left out when Greg invites Lonnie, Trip and Franklin to join him at a reenactment of "The Battle of Westport."
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Katie begins to feel like a third wheel when breakfast talk starts revolving solely around Angela and Doris' new relationships; Greg struggles with Anna-Kat's newfound independence.
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Katie finds an old piece of furniture in the basement and sets out to re-create her and Greg's first apartment; Greg enjoys an unexpected benefit of being the victim of Lonnie's relentless practical jokes.
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Against Greg's wishes, Katie sets out to play matchmaker for British Greg; Oliver goes along with a rumor at school about his sexual identity to help a classmate feel accepted.
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Katie is determined to help Anna-Kat win top prize in cookie sales against her fellow troop members, The Wildflower Girls; Oliver's attempt to help a student he befriends through the Teen Help Line center backfires.
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Katie grows concerned when Anna-Kat is invited to join Westport's elite scout troop; Taylor learns her Carnegie Mellon interview is scheduled with famous alumnus and Broadway star Brecken Phillips; Oliver befriends the school recluse.
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When Anna-Kat begins exhibiting past OCD behaviors, Katie and Greg worry about their busy schedules disrupting the family; Oliver fields a call at the Teen Help Line center that rattles him.
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Katie looks forward to sharing her favorite childhood Christmas tradition with Taylor, but a surprise visit from her mom threatens her holiday cheer; Greg is blindsided by Katie's good intentions; Oliver and Anna-Kat break a family heirloom.
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Katie and Greg look into activities to keep them connected as a couple; Anna-Kat has her own hurdles to overcome when Franklin shines at square dancing and she fails miserably; Tripp struggles with the idea of Taylor going away to college.
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Katie's feud with Chloe Brown Mueller is reignited when Oliver discovers Chloe's attempts to sabotage Katie's lasagna business; Anna-Kat and Franklin play matchmaker for Principal Amblin in an attempt to secure more privileges at school.
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Katie teams up with Oliver in hopes of growing her lasagna-making endeavor from hobby to serious business venture; a bout of writer's block forces Greg to look at new career opportunities; Greg is pushed out of his comfort zone.
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With Katie's 40th birthday fast approaching, her self-esteem starts to wane; Greg encourages her to go out and enjoy a night on the town with the girls, even suggesting she leave her wedding ring behind for a night of silly fun.
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Katie ignores Greg's warning and takes Anna-Kat through a terrifying zombie-themed maze at the annual Halloween carnival; Greg enters a pumpkin carving contest.
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When Greg hosts a meeting for the Westport Historical Guild to welcome back Stan, Katie's homemade lasagna is a huge hit with the guys; Angela and Doris step in to help Oliver with his Teen Help Line interview.
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When Anna-Kat's school lunch lady refuses to make simple eco-friendly changes in the school cafeteria, Greg puts on a show highlighting the importance of recycling with his friend and fellow environmentalist Bill Doty.
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Katie's life is turned upside down when her notoriously elusive boss Whitney pops into town and promotes Katie; a colleague's death pushes Greg toward an existential crisis.
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As the Otto family ushers in a new era, Katie and Greg make the emotional decision to sell the family minivan; Oliver suffers a setback that forces him to rethink how to accomplish his goals.

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