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Jimmy Chance, a 23-year-old man who skims pools for a living, has a chance romantic encounter with Lucy, a wanted felon. When he visits Lucy in prison months later, Jimmy discovers that she gave birth to a baby he must now raise -- with his family's help. Jimmy's family includes his parents, who have no interest in helping to raise their grandchild, and his grandmother, Maw Maw, who can barely care for herself ... let alone a baby. Greg Garcia ("My Name Is Earl") created and executive produces the family comedy.

Latest episodes

aired 3 days ago
Virginia makes a deal with her father (Jeffrey Tambor) -- she'll plan his wedding if he pays Hope's college tuition.
aired 3 days ago
Jimmy and Sabrina are surprised to learn that Sabrina's late grandmother left them a family maid; Virginia gets a promotion; Burt is able to retire.
aired 3 days ago
Sabrina thinks Burt and Virginia should adopt a dog, but they are turned down at the pound; Jimmy tries to prove that he can still attract women.
aired 4 days ago
Virginia questions her beliefs when a ghost appears in their house; Burt realizes that Jim Hughes (Mike O'Malley) has been living in their bomb shelter.
aired 4 days ago
Virginia is groomed for the role of regional sales manager; Sabrina and Jimmy are worried when Hope isn't sad about the death of her pet fish; Virginia and Burt perform at a telethon.
aired 4 days ago
At Barney's suggestion, Virginia and Burt go to a resort for a vacation; Sabrina and Jimmy want to have a baby.
aired 5 days ago
Maw Maw's new boyfriend (Tommy Chong) encourages her to partake in a reckless activity; Sabrina and Jimmy spy on their babysitter.
aired 5 days ago
Thinking Burt is getting her an expensive anniversary gift, Virginia decides to take him to a dude ranch run by a crazy cowboy (Keith Carradine); Burt is preoccupied by a secret.
aired 5 days ago
When Howdy's hosts contestants from around the world in the International Grocery Games, the American team is embroiled in a scandal, so Burt and Virginia must take their place.
aired 5 days ago
Burt and Virginia get in a fight while trying to help Barney and Maxine's relationship; Jimmy and Sabrina try fencing to reduce stress in their relationship.
aired 5 days ago
When Jimmy says Sabrina's casserole is better than his mom's, Virginia enters them both in a cooking competition; Burt invites his mother to participate in the contest.
aired 6 days ago
Fearing that the bloom has faded in Jimmy and Sabrina's marriage, Virginia and Burt try to put the spark back in the younger couple's relationship.
aired 6 days ago
Burt thinks there is something suspicious about the Chances' new neighbors.
aired 6 days ago
Sabrina is eager to officially adopt Hope, but the whole process of adoption leaves her cold, without the real "motherhood moment" she'd been looking for.
aired 6 days ago
The new owner of Howdy's, business innovator Maxine, wants all of the employees to come up with ideas to change the store.
aired 7 days ago
When Virginia gets new glasses, she discovers good vision only allows her to see all the imperfections around the house; Jimmy and Sabrina take advantage of Maw Maw's zaniness in an effort to get more followers on a social media site.
aired 8 days ago
When Sabrina learns Jimmy never went on a family vacation, she decides to take Hope on a trip and prove to Burt and Virginia that family vacations aren't necessarily stressful.
aired 9 days ago
Burt and Virginia learn about the economy when they try to introduce a new bartering system to Natesville; Jimmy questions his masculinity after Sabrina saves his life.
aired 9 days ago
Burt and Virginia decide to investigate a when strange man keeps popping up in the Chances' lives; Maw Maw reveals a secret about Virginia's past.
aired 9 days ago
When Burt and Barney travel to Maw Maw's childhood home, they learn that her mother may still be alive.
aired 9 days ago
After learning that he is actually Jewish, Burt prepares for the bar mitzvah he never had and decides to go kosher.

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