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Sam Fox is an actress, who is also a single mother raising three daughters -- teenager Max, eccentric middle child Frankie, and spicy youngest daughter Duke -- in Los Angeles. She also helps to care for her mother, Phil, who lives across the street. In addition to looking after her family, Sam tries to earn a living in the difficult acting industry while having time to have fun with friends and, occasionally, take time for herself to squeeze in some private time. In addition to starring as Sam, Emmy winner Pamela Adlon is a co-creator of the comedy series, along with Louis C.K.

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Sam and the family go-to-meeting.
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Sam has dinner with a colleague.
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Sam deals with lady problems.
aired 25 days ago
Sam Fox, a single mother, tries to raise her three daughters while keeping her acting career afloat.
aired 60 days ago
Sam and her family are tilted.
aired 60 days ago
Sam and the girls go on a trip.
aired 60 days ago
Sam gets confronted.
aired 67 days ago
Sam does hard things.
aired 67 days ago
Sam demands satisfaction.
aired 73 days ago
Sam is forced to look at some stuff.
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Sam is sick.
aired 80 days ago
Sam has a new friend.
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Sam clears her head.
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Sam has people over.
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Frankie gets in trouble at school for using the boys' bathroom.
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Sam makes moves.
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Sam tells Max's friend Harvey why she does not trust him around her daughter; Frankie thinks Sam is not fun anymore, and Sam injures her foot trying to prove her wrong; a meeting with Frankie's teacher takes an odd turn.
aired 88 days ago
There are some situations that Sam has to deal with.
aired 99 days ago
Max thinks about stuff; Sam snacks.
aired 99 days ago
Sam gets looked at.

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