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For most parents, parenting is hard, but for Kay, a caustic, take-no-prisoners casino pit boss, and husband Mike, a handyman and uncultivated guy's guy, parenting may as well be advanced calculus. Dealing with the demands and egos of three high-IQ children would be tricky for any parent, but it's especially hazardous for two working stiffs who barely got through high school. Mike and Kay are committed to bringing some normalcy to their kids' hectic, unconventional childhoods, but these geniuses don't make it easy.

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When Mike and Kay get caught in a lie about Leila's birthdate, they throw her a party with a theme of her choice; Brian, Nicole and Marc struggle with the news that Rita and Irwin would be their guardians if something happens to Mike and Kay.
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When the basement has to be renovated, keeping Mike and Kay from their safe space, the kids hatch a plan to help them get away for the night; Nicole and Brian are left to babysit, which they realize is not as easy as their parents make it seem.
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After realizing they have lost most of their adult friends since having kids, Mike and Kay try to befriend parents from Brian and Nicole's school; Marc tries to find a sense of humor.
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Mike and Kay devise a plan to teach Nicole about failure so she is equipped to handle it later in life; after losing to Marc in a game of chess, Brian turns to Leila for some play time.
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Mike and Kay look into a charter school for Marc after he is brought into the principal's office for bullying his teacher; Kay fears Marc's chances of getting accepted might be ruined due to her own bullying past.
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When Nicole invites a boy over who isn't ideal boyfriend material, Kay tries to make sure her daughter doesn't end up with a broken heart; Mike attempts to understand Marc's strange crush.
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When the kids propose the idea of moving out of the house, Kay forces Mike to tell them no, but he has trouble dealing with the backlash.
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Mike's parents, Jay and Sylvia, visit from Florida; Mike's insecurities come out when Jay zones in on his parenting style; Kay becomes jealous of Sylvia's growing bond with Nicole.
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After giving their kids "the talk," Mike and Kay start to overthink their own sex life and turn to Rita and Irwin for advice; Brian and Nicole fear they are behind when they realize neither of them has had their first kiss.
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Kay and Mike cope with raising three high-IQ children.

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