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Surprise! You're a father! Bartender Ben comes home one day and finds that an ex-girlfriend has left a baby girl on his doorstep. The addition to Ben's family -- or having a family -- turns his life upside down. As a New York bachelor in his 20s, being a single dad doesn't fit his lifestyle. After much deliberation, Ben decides to raise the baby with help from his buddy Tucker, brother Danny, and hovering mom Bonnie. Also law student Riley -- once chubby, now slim -- wants Ben to take notice of her, but it's Danny who does.

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Ben tries to make things right with Emma after he forgets her birthday; Danny and Riley are offered new career opportunities; Brad returns home with a new outlook on life; Tucker has exciting news, but no one to share it with.
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Emma accidentally ruins Ben's stash of condoms, leading Ben, Tucker and Danny to fear that their girlfriends might be pregnant; they try to find out the truth while the girls fake symptoms to throw them into a panic.
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Danny and Riley try to help Ben after he has a bad first date; Tucker begins a relationship with one of his father's co-workers, but panics when he suspects that his father may have feelings for her as well.
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Ben and Riley try to get out of their unsatisfying relationships with more mature individuals; Bonnie and Tucker bet against Danny's hockey team when they stumble across insider information.
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Ben pretends to be Bonnie's husband after her work friends do not believe that she has a younger lover; Danny's fake relationship causes Riley to return to Ross; Tucker tries to take advantage of Danny's publicity stunt.
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Ben invites Bonnie's estranged mother to a family event at Emma's preschool; Riley and Tucker step out of their comfort zones and join an improv class.
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Ben visits a sperm bank to help Tucker hook up with a nurse at the facility, but becomes worried after a couple select his sample; enemies Bonnie and Jennifer team up to reunite a bickering Danny and Riley.
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Riley puts Danny on trial for breaking her heart after she discovers he was intimate with Sam in high school; Ben learns that Zoey's ex wants to get back together with her.
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Sam, Ben, Riley and Danny take a trip to the Hamptons; Riley makes a discovery in old home movies from the gang's high-school days; Bonnie tries to move on from Brad by spending time with another man.
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Matchmaker Riley attempts to pair up Ben and Zoey, but the couple resist her efforts; Bonnie ruins Tucker's chances of becoming a local weatherman when she tries to land Danny a job as a sportscaster.
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Ben tries to get Danny to vacate his room in an effort to prevent Sam from quitting as bar manager; Bonnie recruits Tucker as an assistant, but their job positions are quickly flipped.
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Ben has concerns when Angela unexpectedly returns and asks to see Emma; Bonnie tries out some new ideas after she is put in charge of the bar; Tucker fears the wrath of Mary Hart.
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Ben attempts to prove to Danny that his relationship with Riley had real meaning; Bonnie furthers her own agenda by flirting with a powerful individual; Tucker reconnects with an old flame.
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Ben, Tucker and Danny's efforts to set one another up on dates backfire when the women involved each get the wrong idea; Riley's client wants to reach the next level with Bonnie.
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Riley is confined to the couch while awaiting the arrival of the baby; Tucker tries to help Danny decide what to buy Riley as a "push gift;" Ben struggles to answer Emma's questions about why she doesn't have a mother.
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Ben's efforts to inspire Tucker to stand up to his boss cause more trouble than anticipated; Riley wants Danny to tell Bonnie that she can't always hang out with them.
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While interviewing job candidates to manage the bar, Ben is reunited with a former crush who never noticed him in high school.
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Ben attempts to find a more serious woman to date, but Riley has other ideas; Danny turns to Bonnie for help when his sleeping troubles affect his hockey performance.
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Riley has no memory of Danny's marriage proposal; Ben hits it off with a new neighbor; Bonnie plots to marry Brad without notifying her sons.
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Tucker learns that Bonnie's best friend is trying to sabotage her wedding; Ben's speech gives Danny the confidence to make the ultimate romantic gesture to Riley.
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Bonnie wants Riley to throw her a wild bachelorette party; Tucker lives out his dream of becoming a Las Vegas lounge singer; Danny reveals his big secret to Ben.

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