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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 braces for J.J.'s high school graduation and departure for college, but tough news from NYU changes everything; Dylan teaches Jimmy a lesson as he gets ready for a big job interview; Ray uses his class trip to Catalina to consider his love life.
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When J.J.'s attempts to make a good impression on Izzy's parents fail, he changes course to make a bad one instead; Maya is jealous when Melanie is the recipient of a public display of mom-love; Kenneth leans on Jimmy for support.
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The DiMeos set out for one last adventure before J.J heads to college; Maya and Kenneth's relationship is tested when they disagree over who knows J.J.'s needs best; Ray tests his wilderness mettle.
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Outraged that JJ's girlfriend declines his invitation to prom, Dylan and Ray plot to make her jealous; Jimmy, Kenneth and Melanie coach Maya through accepting criticism for the good of her company; one of the DiMeos takes a big step into a new life.
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JJ struggles to spend his new social security benefits strictly on boring stuff; Kenneth uncovers a secret that upsets the status quo in Maya and Jimmy's relationship; Ray's run-in with an old love threatens his chances at a Quiz Bowl championship.
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Ray's attempt to manipulate Maya over an unfulfilled promise of mother-son time backfires when she calls his bluff; JJ tries a new aide after he and Kenneth agree to spend a day apart; Jimmy's unsure how to handle Dylan's teen angst.
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The DiMeos come together to help JJ shoot a last-minute film for his college application; Jimmy makes an embarrassing gaffe with JJ's beloved; Kenneth and Ray scramble to suppress embarrassing secrets.
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When Maya insists on meeting Izzy, JJ reluctantly arranges a game night for his family and girlfriend; Ray tries to help, but his attention to detail puts a major crimp in JJ's evening; Dylan and Kenneth let their appetites get the better of them.
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JJ's love match with Izzy becomes a cage match with Kenneth; Maya and Jimmy dismiss Valentine's Day as a holiday for suckers until they find a way to profit from it; unable to find a date to a prepaid romantic night out, Ray brings Dylan.
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Maya and Melanie take their promising new fashion line to the 2019 Abilities Expo; Ray accompanies J.J. on an overnight college visit; Dylan's test scores lead her first to Mr. Powers' office hours, then to a journey within.
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Dylan is horrified to realize people see her as a mini version of Maya; JJ and Ray each cope with their feelings for a shared crush; Kenneth turns to an unwilling Jimmy for help with Joyce.
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Maya is less than thrilled when Kenneth interferes with her business plans with Melanie; Ray begs J.J. to cast him opposite his new crush in his next movie; Dylan is impressed with Jimmy's band.
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J.J. challenges Maya's mentoring tactics; Dylan and Ray attend a teen support group for all the wrong reasons; Jimmy's new TV sets him on a journey for self-betterment.
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A mother fights to protect her family -- which includes one son who has a condition that leaves him with unique mobility and communication challenges -- as they all try to make a new home for themselves.
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A Christmas tree fire leads Maya to tell a small lie with big consequences; Ray struggles to live in Pepper's shadow; J.J. encourages Kenneth to stand up to his sisters.
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The DiMeos realize they lack follow-through and vow to change; Ray and Dylan take on government bureaucracy; Kenneth helps J.J. prepare for college; Maya tries to reconnect with Jimmy.
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When the DiMeos land in the hospital on Thanksgiving, Maya becomes determined to save the holiday; Jimmy gets jealous when Kenneth bonds with his brother Billy; wounds from an old breakup are reopened, but Ray finds new love in an unlikely place.
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Maya tries to prove to the kids that she doesn't exist to solely serve them; Kenneth finds JJ a job; JJ finds an unlikely rival; Ray informs parents about his classmates' social lives and gets in too deep.
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Seeking a new outlet for her superpowers as J.J. prepares for college, Maya sets her sights on Ray; J.J. gets involved in a high stakes poker game; Dylan discovers what really happens after her bedtime.
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Maya's Halloween becomes truly terrifying when J.J. attends a rave in the woods; Ray joins Dylan's Halloween heist to prove he's more than a do-gooder; Jimmy and Kenneth turn the DiMeo home into the neighborhood's haunted house.
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Maya considers asking her father for money to save their house; Ray strives to bond with his new British family, only to discover Dylan's the one with a surprising connection; JJ shows Kenneth a good time; Jimmy inadvertently finds love.

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