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Maya DiMeo, a wife and mother, is fiercely protective of her husband, Jimmy, and their three children, Ray, Dylan, and J.J. -- who has a condition that leaves him with unique mobility and communication challenges. While Maya's mama bear instinct may be one of her most admirable qualities, it's not without its drawbacks and sometimes the injustices she sets out to make right end up being all in her head. Together, the family members work to make a new home for themselves and find the right person to come in and give J.J. a voice of his own.

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Maya launches a new school for J.J. out of her home; Kenneth decides to prove to his ex-wife that his life is successful.
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Maya and Jimmy get pulled into a school fundraiser; Maya makes a new friend; Jimmy discovers the benefits of being tall; Ray explores his reckless side; Kenneth tries to win over a crowd with his DJ skills.
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Jimmy convinces Maya to enjoy a night out; Ray and Kenneth avoid being alone with their dates; J.J. gets more excitement than he expects; Dylan spends her night trying to win the affection of the new family dog.
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Dylan tries to get a family dog; Ray brokers a meeting between his girlfriend's mother and Maya; Jimmy tries to get free Christmas turkeys.
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J.J. receives tickets to the premiere of "Star Wars: The Last Jedi," and a pretty classmate tries to take Ray's ticket; Maya, Jimmy, and Dylan enjoy a rare night at home without the boys; Dr. Miller discovers Kenneth's secret after-hours hangout.
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J.J. convinces his parents to take him on a college visit; Ray goes wild when he's left home alone for the first time.
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The family works to impress Maya's mother, who is visiting for Thanksgiving; Jimmy deals with getting older; Kenneth dreads spending the holiday with his overbearing father.
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J.J.'s pressured to date a new student at school who also has cerebral palsy; Maya and Jimmy teach Ray and his girlfriend to think less; Dylan teams with Lafayette alumni to rebel against the school's no-prank initiative.
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After eating old candy, the DiMeo kids have bad dreams; Kenneth can't decide which era of Michael Jackson he wants to emulate for Halloween.
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Jimmy takes J.J. camping so they can have a talk; Maya trains a group of new aides; sparks fly between Ray's bully and Dylan.
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Ray gets in over his head when he makes up a fake charity to impress his girlfriend; Maya gives Jimmy tips on being the boss; Dylan demands Kenneth get out of her space.
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Maya encourages parents of the new special needs students to demand full-time aids; JJ pushes Kenneth toward romance with his teacher.
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The family give up on the self-improvement projects they started while J.J. was at camp when they find a love note in from a girl in J.J.'s luggage and decide to go find her.

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