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This ensemble comedy follows some single parents as they lean on each other to help raise their 7-year-old kids and maintain some kind of personal lives outside of parenthood. When the parents in the group meet Will, a 30-something guy who's been so focused on raising his daughter that he's lost sight of who he is as a man, they see just how far down the rabbit hole of PTA, parenting and princesses he has gone. The friends decide to band together to get him out in the dating world and make him realize that being a great parent doesn't mean sacrificing everything about his own identity.

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Will ropes his new love interest into helping him plan the first-grade parent social; Douglas wants to exact revenge on his rival dermatologist, whom Douglas is convinced stole his prized pen.
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Will encourages Angie to rediscover her passion for heavy metal music by taking a guitar class; Douglas pursues his crush on Big Red; Poppy feels an instant connection with a musician.
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Graham and Rory are cast in their school's production of "Grease," with Graham as the lead and Rory with a lesser-known part; Poppy and Angie try to appeal to the drama teacher to make changes; Will lies to Sophie about Dr. Dewan.
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Will hits it off with Angie and Graham's pediatrician, but Angie worries he'll ruin Graham's chances of getting on the list for the flu vaccine; Douglas gets sick, and while delirious with a fever, he accidentally reveals to Rory that he likes Poppy.
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Will is crushed when Sophie wants to tone down Halloween and invites a boy over; Poppy and the twins attempt to convince Douglas to wear a silly costume; Angie struggles to tell her boss that she needs to leave work to be with her son on Halloween.
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Angie and Douglas engage in a competition to see who can sleep-train the baby in one night; Poppy teaches Will how to take out his anger on the volleyball court.
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Poppy encourages Douglas and the twins to stop repressing their feelings after their guinea pig dies; Angie becomes jealous when she sees how close Graham and Will are becoming.
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Douglas is stuck hosting the kids' Saturday sleepover; Will uses this as an opportunity to try to bond with Douglas; Angie and Graham struggle with their own fear of sleepovers; Poppy tries to help Miggy become more responsible.
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The other single parents band together to help get Will out of the parental vortex he's become mired in.

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