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Nicholas is a neurotic twenty-something visiting his dad and teenage half-sisters, one of whom is on the autism spectrum. When Nicholas' trip is extended due to his father's untimely death, the siblings are left to cope with not only a devastating loss, but also the realization that Nicholas is the one who will have to rise to the occasion and hold it all together. Navigating autism, budding sexuality, consent, parenthood, adolescence, family and grief, the heartfelt comedy follows this imperfect family as they discover the importance of finding happiness in the middle of really difficult moments, one awkward conversation at a time.

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Matilda is inspired for her future; the family navigates New York City, teaching Matilda to ride the subway; Genevieve has a thing she wants to do; it's a big reveal; Nicholas starts to dream of a life with fewer responsibilities.
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Matilda focuses on her relationship; Nicholas gets a reality check at Matilda and Genevieve's parent-teacher conference; he figures out how to get them to wake up and try.
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Alex puts Nicholas in the naughty corner; Nicholas and Alex work through their relationship issues at home; Matilda and Genevieve find themselves confronting sexuality at school in very different ways; Genevieve is forced to grow up.
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Matilda's whole life forks between success and obscurity on the most important night of her life; Nicholas juggles a house full of people and Penny on screen from her hospital bed in Australia.
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Nicholas has a very weird week; Genevieve promises Matilda she won't make a scene, but ends up in the principal's office; Nicholas stands off with another parent; Matilda demands answers but Nicholas struggles to give her any.
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Nicholas forgets how to talk to grown ups and has a dinner party to meet Alex's best friends; Matilda goes to her first high school party with a goal in mind; Genevieve and her friends get riled up and act in the name of justice.
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Nicholas is terrible at love; Genevieve's ambivalence about Nicholas' boyfriend Alex takes an unfortunate turn when the three go out together; Matilda wants to bake Luke a cake but takes her brother's advice.
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Matilda wants to get white-girl-wasted; Genevieve's low-key birthday party leaves Nicholas, Alex, and Matilda banished to the guest house; in the main house, Tellulah turns things up a notch; Nicholas is stuck being the responsible adult.
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Nicholas wishes he could call an adult; after the death of their father, Nicholas, Matilda, and Genevieve struggle to return to their daily - and nightly - routines; navigating the stay-at-home parent life is harder than Nicholas thought.
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Nicholas' single dad has very bad cancer and he's going to die, soon; so Nicholas offers himself up to be the guardian for his two teenage half-sisters.

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