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"Duncanville" is centered around a spectacularly average 15-year-old boy with a rich fantasy life, and the people in his world. Like most 15-year-olds, Duncan can see adulthood on the horizon: money, freedom, cars and girls; but the reality is more like: always being broke, driving with one's mom sitting shotgun and babysitting one's sister. He's not exceptional, but he has a wild imagination in which he's never anything less than amazing. Duncan's mom, Annie, a parking enforcement officer who dreams of someday being a detective, lives in perpetual fear that her teenage son is one bad decision away from ruining his life and will do anything to stop him from doing so. Duncan's father, Jack, is a classic-rock-obsessed plumber who's determined to be a better dad than the one he had. Duncan's 12-year-old sister, Kimberly, is awkward, emotional and can hold grudges forever, while waiting patiently for revenge. She's all emotions all the time and nobody's problems are bigger than hers.

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Duncan runs for class president against Mia but realizes the competition is more than he bargained for; Kimberly participates in a cookie fundraiser.
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Annie feels underappreciated on Mother's Day and adopts Duncan's friend, who seems to care more about her than her own kids; Jack tries to make amends by finding a rare flower for Annie.
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Jack and Annie realize their children are too dependent to even be left alone and decide to give them more responsibility; tasked with a simple grocery store trip, Duncan and Kimberly somehow wind up in Mexico.
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When their local swimming pool is overcrowded due to a heat wave, Annie and Jack share their old swimming spot with the kids; Annie gets her own public access court show.
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When all of Jack's customers are stolen by a sexy new plumber, he quits his day job to follow his dream and write a rock opera; he casts his family and books the town theater for a live performance.
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To celebrate their anniversary, Jack and Annie rekindle the passion of their youth by visiting an '80s-themed club; Jing makes Duncan "marry her," but their make-believe union quickly becomes complicated by real marital problems.
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When the family gets a new smart fridge that turns out to be too smart for Annie's liking, she feels replaced; Jack and the kids discover that the appliance company that sold the refrigerator has questionable motives.
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The town celebrates its annual Witch Day, which involves pronouncing a mortified Duncan the "town virgin" for the big ceremony; Annie and Jack steal a dead woman's chili recipe.
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In hopes of getting a promotion, Annie tries to fill her parking ticket quota for the month; Jack tries to be a cool dad, but just ends up making Kimberly and Jing violently ill.
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Duncan's friends replace him with Kimberly in their online video game tournament, so he joins the opposition to betray them and humiliate Kimberly; Annie tries to force Jack to throw out all his old memorabilia that is cluttering the garage.
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Annie worries about her very average teenage son.

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