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When her sister ends up in prison and her brother-in-law disappears, local politician Mel Burke steps in to take responsibility for her teenage niece Lennox and adolescent nephew Ryder. Realizing quickly she's in over her head, Mel welcomes help in the unlikely form of Joe Longo -- formerly a commodities trader -- who moves in and becomes the family's "manny" ... that is until Joe goes from being Mel's employee to becoming her husband when they marry.

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A doctor's Halloween house call is anything but ordinary when it is revealed that Mel was once a teenage witch and her help is needed in a battle against an evil foe.
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Shocking news arrives just as Mel's senate campaign kicks into high gear; Ryder receives his orders from the Navy; a near-fatal car accident has a profound effect on Lennox and Zander.
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Mel gets into a war of words with a citizen who catches her in a politically awkward situation; Zander moves in with Lennox after he is kicked out by his roommates.
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Mel plans a family game night when Ryder returns home on leave, giving everyone the chance to recall memorable incidents from the past.
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Mel pretends to like the birthday present she received from Joe, unaware that a second and more hideous gift is forthcoming.
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Mel and Joe are caught in an avalanche and frozen during a ski trip, then get thawed out 100 years later.
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Mel's father and Joe's mother hit it off better than Mel would like; Lennox and Zander explore being "friends with benefits."
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Joe's hectic new work schedule threatens Mel's efforts to obtain financial backing for her congressional run; Lennox devises a creative way to end Zander and McKenna's relationship.
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The best-selling author of an erotic novel becomes infatuated with Joe after he criticizes her work; Lennox learns that Zander and McKenna are dating.
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Joe's bedroom enthusiasm wanes after he learns the real story behind a tattoo on Mel's backside; an untrained actress is cast in Lennox and Zander's short film.
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Mel and Joe learn the results of the pregnancy test; Joe creates a mock boot camp for Ryder to prove that he is not ready to join the Navy.
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Mel and Joe act on numerous suggestions about the fastest way to conceive a child; Lennox offers advice to Ryder when he wonders what to do with his life.
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Lennox wishes to follow her professor to Colombia; Joe wants Dani to tell her mother about her irresponsible behavior.
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Joe makes the difficult decision to call Felicia when he learns that Dani has broken the rules; Mel is not pleased by Lennox's infatuation with her professor.
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Joe's decision to ban the use of all cell phones and computers for the weekend comes back to haunt him when a job opportunity arises.
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Mel learns the true reason why Joe is unsupportive of Dani's musical talents; Lennox pressures Zander to make a choice.
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Mel has Joe return a fancy wedding gift from her Aunt Bunny and Uncle Bert, then learns they will be dropping by for a visit.
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When Joe insists he can fix the family's ailing computer, Mel hires an expert to secretly repair the device in time for a birthday video chat with Ryder.
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Joe invites friends Nate and Gillian over with their new baby in the hopes of convincing Mel that the time is right to start a family; Lennox sets Zander up with her friend Lilah; Ryder announces his future plans.
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Dani tricks Mel after Joe refuses to let her go on a date with a schoolmate; Lennox and Marco's status as a couple is revealed when they run into Zander.
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After Mel's broken leg ruins plans for a Tahitian honeymoon, Joe arranges a cabin getaway that quickly becomes a nightmare; Lennox's secret relationship with Marco may be exposed after Joe installs hidden cameras in the house.

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