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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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