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Life goes from routine to a roller-coaster ride overnight for artistic teenager Andi Mack. It all happens on the eve of her 13th birthday when free-spirited older sister Bex -- who has been traveling around the world -- returns home to make a revelation, which changes everything for the Mack family. It turns out that Bex isn't Andi's sister -- she is her mother -- and Celia, who Andi thought was her mom, is actually her grandmother. Learning this family secret sends Andi on an uncharted course of self-discovery. She's not alone on her journey, as best friends Cyrus and Buffy are also trying to figure out their places in the world.

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Andi and her friends and family join in the celebration of Cyrus' bar mitzvah, which is full of landmark events for more than just Cyrus.
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Andi becomes confused when Jonah stops wearing the bracelet and tells her he does not like labels; Buffy finally gets what she has been hoping for at her basketball game.
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Andi and Bex discover that Bowie may be seeing someone; Cyrus is selected to make a video for the school, but realizes he may be better behind the camera.
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Andi and Bex plan a surprise party for Bowie's birthday; Jonah joins Andi, Cyrus and Buffy on their annual trip to the Renaissance Faire.
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Andi questions her relationship with Jonah; after a discouraging talk with Amber, Andi enlists Buffy and Cyrus to investigate.
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When Andi and Celia spend more time together, Bex feels jealous; Buffy agrees to tutor TJ if he agrees to pass her the ball on the court.
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Andi and Jonah go on a double date with Buffy and Marty to an arcade; meanwhile, Cyrus decides to shoot a movie with Bex's encouragement.
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Andi takes a stand when students are divided into two groups, and one group receives preferential treatment; Andi also learns AndiShack is in jeopardy.
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Andi invites Amber over for a sleepover; Buffy becomes frustrated when the basketball team captain TJ excludes her from gameplay.
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Andi learns more about her past on the anniversary of the day Bex left home; Jonah attempts to teach Cyrus how to skateboard.
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Andi tries to convince her friends to find a new hangout spot to avoid Amber; Buffy tries out for the boys' basketball team.
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Andi invites Jonah to her Chinese New Year celebration, which gets awkward when Celia's sister, Aunt Mei, visits; Buffy signs up for the boys' basketball team tryouts.
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Andi encourages Bowie to plan a future with Bex; Cyrus introduces his girlfriend, Iris, to Andi and Buffy; Jonah invites Andi to the Space Otters' party.
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Jonah Beck turns to Andi after Amber fails to defend him to her friends; Andi is convinced Bex and Bowie are destined to be together.
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When Jonah asks Andi for help picking out a birthday gift for his girlfriend, Amber, Andi enlists the help of Bex.
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Ham takes Celia on a weekend getaway, so Bex gets Andi to host her first-ever dance party at their house.
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Hanging out with the cast of Andi Mack and fans after the show where they will participate in fun activities, Q&A and surprises.
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Andi, Buffy and Cyrus start a protest against an unreasonable new dress code.
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Andi and Bex struggle to get comfortable with their new living arrangement; Cyrus thinks Iris has dumped him so he enlists Buffy to fill in as his date.
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Andi yearns for time to herself after catching someone snooping through her laptop; Cyrus is challenged by a text from Jonah Beck and enlists Buffy's help.
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Celia forces Andi to go to school instead of going on a fun adventure; Andi learns something important about Jonah and Amber.

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