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How many people does it take to prepare 40 baby bottles a day, change 420 diapers a week, and administer feedings every three hours? Two, as in Danielle and Adam Busby. In April 2015, the Texas couple became parents to the first-ever all-female quintuplets born in the U.S. The new additions -- Ava, Olivia, Hazel, Riley and Parker -- join 4-year-old Blayke, turning a family of three into a bustling household of eight overnight. "Outdaughtered" profiles the Busbys' journey, focusing on the babies' delivery and the massive adjustment period that follows. Lending much-needed help are Danielle's older twin sisters, Ashley and Crystal, and her zany mom, Michelle.

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With the grand opening of the cycle studio looming, tensions rise when Danielle announces she wants to work there more than expected; Hazel returns to the eye doctor; the quints get invited to be grand marshals of the League City parade.
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Adam plans a beach vacation getaway for Mother's Day, but it may not be relaxing with the entire family in tow; the Quints experience the ocean for the first time; Adam reveals his recent struggles to Nick and Dale.
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The Busbys agree to no more naps for the Quints and the results threaten to push Danielle to the edge as she deals with a house full of cranky four-year-olds.
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Adam and Danielle want the girls eating healthier; the Busby's get surprising news about their house; Danielle dives into her new business.
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The Quints turn four; Riley navigates her first day of Pre-K; Hazel adjusts to her big girl glasses; Adam's new job means major stress for Danielle.
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A trip to the Busbys' old home brings a surprise; Adam's job situation faces a new development; Hazel goes to her eye appointment; Danielle and the Quints come up with a creative way to give back to the NICU.
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It's a dream come true for the Busby girls as the whole family goes on a Disney cruise; Adam gets a huge job offer that means major changes for the family, causing tension between him and Danielle.
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Adam and Danielle compete to see who can take the cutest photo of the quints so they can promote the new cycle studio; Danielle stresses about her upcoming charity fundraiser; Adam takes a big step toward dealing with his emotional issues.
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Adam and Danielle head to Nashville, Tenn., leaving the family to watch the quints, and Hazel gives her uncle a big scare; while away, Adam confronts the fact he's not the only one suffering from his issues.
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It's Easter time, and the Busbys have fun activities planned for the holiday, but their extra special surprise may turn into a nightmare; when Adam reveals his unorthodox plan for dealing with his issues, Danielle has a tough decision to make.
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The Busbys plan a joint birthday party for all their girls, but when Blayke wants her own party, Adam and Danielle must come up with a way to make her feel special; the quints' have their first trip to the dentist.
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While Adam struggles with his emotional issues, the Busbys tackle a playroom makeover for the quints and Blayke; Hazel gets fitted for her new glasses just in time for the girls to take the stage for their first recital.
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The Busbys tackle discipline to get the terrible twos under control; Danielle presses Adam for answers on how he's been feeling; with Mimi taking her time to move into her new home, Danielle devises a plan to help her embrace her new life.
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Adam and Danielle want the girls eating healthier; the Busby's get surprising news about their house; Danielle dives into her new business.
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With the possibility of another surgery looming for Hazel, Adam stresses over her upcoming appointment with a new doctor; when the quints start having poop explosions, Daniel tries potty training with disastrous results.
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The Quints turn four; Riley navigates her first day of Pre-K; Hazel adjusts to her big girl glasses; Adam's new job means major stress for Danielle.
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Adam gets a great work opportunity, but he needs to rely on the chaotic quints to make it a success; when Parker's anxiety gets the best of her, the Busbys must look for solutions; Blayke follows in her mom's footsteps with a new hobby.
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As the Busbys navigate life in their new home, Adam and Danielle try to salvage what's left of the Christmas season; when Danielle learns she needs surgery on her wisdom teeth, Adam struggles to keep the house afloat and deliver a perfect Christmas.
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The Busbys move out of their mold-infested home, but transitioning isn't easy; the quints night time antics escalate until Adam and Danielle split up their bedrooms for the first time; Adam plans a surprise birthday party for Danielle.
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Thanksgiving is right around the corner, but celebrating is the last thing on the Busbys' minds; tensions run high between Adam and Danielle as they continue the hunt for a new house and the quints undergo their first school testing.
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The quints have their first sleepover at the Mills when the Busbys are forced to leave their home for a few days; fearing for the girls' health after prolonged exposure to mold, Danielle and Adam bring them to the doctor.

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