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Being a middle child isn't easy, as tween Harley Diaz can tell you. The inventive girl feels the need to come up with creative ways to stand out in her family's crowded home, where she lives with her parents and six siblings, to avoid getting lost in the madness. The series, told from Harley's point of view, tends to find humor in the otherwise mundane happenings of everyday life. The menagerie that is the Diaz children includes self-involved Rachel, basketball-playing Georgie, invincible twins Lewie and "Beast," strong-willed youngster Daphne, and Ethan, Harley's closest ally.

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Harley tries to prove her babysitting skills by watching Beast, Louie and Daphne on her own.
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Harley and Georgie discover that Rachel may leave home for college earlier than expected.
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The Diaz family celebrates the best, worst, funniest and most Diaz-y moments of the past year during the annual family awards night.
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When the parents leave it up to the kids to decide who will move into the new bedroom in the attic, the kids compete in a "Diaz Decathlon."
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When a superstar golfer shows up at the Bait and Bite looking for a place to stay, Harley decides this is the perfect opportunity to raise money for a dream family vacation.
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Under Abuela's watch for the weekend, the Diaz children try to keep her visit disaster-free, until Harley learns that Ethan spilled her deepest secret.
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Harley and Suzy come up with a new way to get along with their neighbors.
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The girls have to share their room with Daphne after her playhouse is thrown away.
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When the Bait N' Bite is robbed, the Diaz children use their resources to track down the culprit.
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Georgie struggles with filling the oldest sister role after Rachel leaves home.
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The Diaz family delivers a luxury yacht, living it up until they dock at the port next to the dreaded Pillman family.
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The Diaz family hosts Olympic medalist Laurie Hernandez for a dinner that spins out of control.
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When Georgie fails to make the basketball team, Harley helps her cultivate a new passion instead.
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Harley's latest invention causes havoc in science class.
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Georgie enlists Harley's help to break up with Wyatt.
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Harley and Ellie host a winter break camp for the neighbor kids.
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Harley befriends the new girl in school, but the friendship becomes strained when Ethan befriends her too.
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At Christmastime, the Diaz family travels to Florida to reunite with their abuela, but a series of misfortunes gets in the way.
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In order to entice a mechanic to fix their vehicle, the Diazes enter the Iron Elf athletic competition.
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The family travels to Florida to visit abuela for Christmas.
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Being a middle child isn't easy, as tween Harley Diaz can tell you. The inventive girl feels the need to come up with creative ways to stand out in her family's crowded home, where she lives with her parents and six siblings, to avoid getting lost in the madness. The series, told from Harley's point of view, tends to find humor in the otherwise mundane happenings of everyday life. The menagerie that is the Diaz children includes self-involved Rachel, basketball-playing Georgie, invincible twins Lewie and "Beast," strong-willed youngster Daphne, and Ethan, Harley's closest ally.

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