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Ben is pretty much a normal teenager until after his parents' divorce, when he finds himself facing a more unusual situation: his father, Charlie, is going through a transition and becoming a woman, Carly. "Becoming Us" documents the situation and how Carly's transition affects the rest of the family, which includes Ben's sister, Sutton, who is busy planning her upcoming wedding. In a coincidental twist, Ben's girlfriend, Danielle, also has a transgender father. While not many young people go through that exact situation, the themes and coming-of-age issues explored on the reality series are universal and relatable for many young folks.

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Ben invites Danielle to his gallery show; Carly may not be able to attend Sutton and Kevin's wedding; Sallydan makes an announcement.
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An unexpected medical emergency throws everyone's lives into a tailspin; Lathan and Chris take a major step in their relationship; Danielle learns surprising news about Ben.
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Ben and Suzy spend Thanksgiving in New York with Sutton and Suzy's family while Carly travels out of town for her surgery; Sutton seeks advice from her grandfather; Lathan's significant other arrives.
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Carly invites Ben and Sutton over for an important dinner to reveal her true feelings and offer an explanation; Ben is encouraged to display his photography; Danielle helps her father get ready for a date.
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Ben turns to Carly to get advice about his relationship with Danielle; Ayton concentrates on his T-shirt business after he hits a rough patch with Brook; Sutton is torn over Carly's role at the wedding.
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Carly is introduced to Kevin's parents; Ben thinks he can find business investors at Sutton's engagement party; Danielle examines her relationship with Ben.
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A new relationship excites Lathan; Carly tries to learn why Ben is struggling in school; Ben and Ayton start a business designing T-shirts; Danielle helps her father with his online dating profile.
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A technology-free camping trip gives rise to honest conversations; Brook and Lathan have different memories of childhood; Sutton's fiance arrives to assist with wedding preparations; Ben receives a driving lesson from Carly.
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Ben struggles with his feelings and distances himself from others; Danielle's family invites Ben to dinner; Brook arranges an outing in the hopes that Ayton and Lathan will bond; Sutton and Carly go shopping.
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Midwestern teen Ben struggles with school as his father transitions into a woman; Ben, his girlfriend, and their parents go on an awkward shopping trip; Ben's sister returns home to plan her wedding.

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