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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 498 days ago
Virginia and Sabrina join forces to lure a raccoon from under the Chance's porch; Hope's continuing bad behavior leads Virginia and Burt to suggest spanking.
aired 499 days ago
When Sabrina is arrested after attending an Occupy Natesville protest, one of the jail attendants (Katy Perry) commits to making her imprisonment as awful as possible; Virginia helps the mayor avoid a scandal.
aired 499 days ago
When Jimmy and Sabrina agree to be completely honest with each other, an unusual childhood phobia is revealed; Burt tells Virginia about his secret habit.
aired 500 days ago
When Jimmy meets a woman, Mary Louise (Ashley Tisdale), in improv class, she agrees to pretend to date him in hope of making Sabrina jealous.
aired 500 days ago
When Burt makes a hurtful comment about Virginia's career, she decides to become a tarot card reader; Jimmy anxiously waits for Sabrina to decide if she will move to Africa with her boyfriend.
aired 500 days ago
In an effort to reclaim belongings he lost 20 years ago, Burt becomes obsessed with gambling; Jimmy and Virginia try to intervene, but end up developing their own gambling habit.
aired 500 days ago
Hope's intelligence inspires Jimmy to get his G.E.D., but he runs into a snag when he learns his former teacher is heading the class; Burt and Virginia decide to take the G.E.D. exam to keep up with Jimmy.
aired 500 days ago
While watching a movie with the family, Jimmy enters a dreamlike state and sees what life would have been like if he had never met Hope's mother (Bijou Phillips).
aired 501 days ago
Burt pushes Jimmy to be more of a daredevil; Jimmy and Frank try to take revenge on their former high-school nemesis.
aired 501 days ago
When an invention convention comes to town, the family pitches ideas to Andrew Dice Clay that include unusually flavored yogurts and a baby mop.
aired 501 days ago
Burt and Virginia borrow a house in an effort to impress Burt's visiting parents, but things go awry when the homeowners return early.
aired 501 days ago
A 13-year-old's interest in Sabrina drives Jimmy crazy; Burt and Virginia consider what retrieving Maw Maw's swallowed gold tooth will entail.
aired 501 days ago
Termites force the family to camp out on the front lawn; concerns are raised after Hope hits a boy at daycare.
aired 502 days ago
Virginia, Burt, Jimmy and Sabrina go to Las Vegas for Virginia's cousin's wedding; Jimmy tries to take advantage of the locale to make his move on Sabrina.
aired 502 days ago
When a man who kidnapped Burt 20 years earlier comes to visit, new light is shed on the incident; Jimmy makes Sabrina uncomfortable.
aired 502 days ago
Burt lets the family in on some information he learned about Sabrina; the Chance family meets Sabrina's father.
aired 502 days ago
Jimmy learns he was a musical prodigy until an accident ruined his talent, and asks Burt, Virginia and Maw Maw to help him recover his abilities.
aired 502 days ago
On Jimmy's 23rd birthday, the family looks back on the year he turned 18 and started living in a grocery store.
aired 503 days ago
Burt and Virginia overhear another couple arguing on Hope's baby monitor; Hope and Maw Maw get involved in the Howdy's Market competition with a rival store.
aired 503 days ago
After Burt's flirtatious ways are exposed, the family experiments with flirting; Sabrina and Jimmy start competing to be Barney's favorite employee.
aired 503 days ago
Burt and Virginia try sleep training with Hope; Jimmy's wild girlfriend introduces him to a new drink.

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