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An oddball family of employees at supersized megastore Cloud 9 tackles the day-to-day grind of rabid bargain hunters, riot-causing sales and nap-worthy training sessions. Stalwart employee Amy is just trying to hold it all together despite the best efforts of her daftly clueless manager Glen and his iron-fisted assistant Dina. Rounding out the crew is new hire Jonah, a dreamy dreamer, sardonic Garrett, ambitious Mateo and sweet young mother-to-be Cheyenne. From bright-eyed newbies to seen-it-all veterans, bumbling seasonal hires and in-it-for-life managers, they're all going to get through another day -- together.

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Amy and Jonah find themselves on opposing sides as corporate tries to win over employees by showering them with treats; when the company's tactics grow more extreme, everyone must band together to save one of their own.
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Amy and Dina visit Cloud 9 corporate to fix problems caused by Sandra's misguided activism; Jonah tries to sabotage an employee meeting; Garrett tries to prove to his co-workers that he's a good person.
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When a photo of a mess at the store goes viral, Amy and Jonah try to use it to their advantage; Dina hunts for the anonymous tweeter; Mateo, Cheyenne, Garrett and Glenn sell their personal items in the store when money gets tight.
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Dina agrees to play the bad guy when corporate forces Amy to cut everyone's hours; Jonah and the other employees play an elaborate game of laser tag with the store's new scanners; Mateo makes a startling discovery about Marcus.
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Despite Dina's protests, Amy lets Glenn's pastor host an Earth Day booth at the store, but things quickly unravel when Glenn won't recognize Amy's authority; Jonah spearheads Cloud 9's green initiative, but is met with apathy from his co-workers.
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Jonah struggles to find his place at Amy's daughter Emma's quinceañera; Dina proves very popular with some teenage boys; Cheyenne and Mateo are obsessed with seeing Amy cry.
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Suspicious that people are making fun of her, Amy and Jonah spy on Cloud 9 employees through the security system; Dina tries to track down an unsanctioned Easter Bunny in the store; Glenn preps for his church's play.
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Amy finds herself at odds with her co-workers when some salary numbers get leaked; Dina worries that Jonah is coming between her and Amy; Mateo tries to give himself a promotion; Garrett attempts to sabotage Glenn's positive attitude.
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Amy jumps at an amazing career opportunity, only to run up against an exec who has a major grudge against her; Jonah and Mateo help Glenn with a financial problem; Garrett and Cheyenne struggle to spend a day without cellphones.
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Jonah and Amy's first Valentine's Day together gets derailed when Dina brings her birds to work, which also causes trouble for Garrett; Cheyenne gives Marcus a tattoo; Glenn makes videos for his daughter to watch while he's at work.
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With a massive snowstorm beating down on St. Louis and an unsympathetic home office, the Cloud 9 employees and customers get snowed in, leading to escalating tensions and infighting.
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Corporate introduces a friendly step-tracking challenge between Cloud 9 branches, and Amy, Jonah and Dina create a fake rivalry to inspire Store 1217's laziest employees; the healthy competition gets chaotic when the fake rivalry becomes real.
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Amy and Cheyenne attend Cloud 9 Academy to advance their careers; Dina and Garrett get roped into baby-sitting Glenn's daughter while he childproofs his office; Jonah and Mateo become political activists.
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When Amy tells Glenn she wants to be a manager, he tasks himself with teaching her everything he knows; Jonah helps Dina investigate new career paths; Mateo and Cheyenne decide to go into business together.
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Amy and Jonah get a taste of how the other half lives when they attend a managers' conference; Mateo unwittingly reveals a secret about himself; Garrett and Dina face the trials and tribulations of the giftwrapping station.
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When a new Cloud 9 initiative forces the employees to be friendlier with customers, Amy unwittingly meets Jonah's parents; Garrett and Dina compete to see who can smile the longest.
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Amy learns she has no maternity leave and must return to work two days after giving birth; Jonah and Garrett, convinced they can make a better pick than Glenn, interview applicants for seasonal work.
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Amy and Dina both head to the hospital to give birth, but Amy has a vastly different delivery experience after discovering her health insurance has limited coverage.
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Amy and Mateo play dirty to win the employee costume contest after learning first prize is a paid day off; Garrett is tormented by the store's repetitive Halloween music; Glenn fears he's being followed.
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Glenn spirals when Kelly requests to transfer to a new store; Jonah and Amy pretend to fight to keep their relationship hidden from their co-workers; Cheyenne struggles to organize a workplace carpool.
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Jonah encourages Amy to have a small baby shower in order to stock up on much-needed baby supplies, but things quickly get out of hand; Mateo art directs the photo shoot for Dina's Christmas card.

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