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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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The store hosts a gender reveal party for Glenn and his wife, Jerusha, just as Dina is freaking out at the realities of having to deliver a baby; Amy receives some unsettling news.
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As lottery mania sweeps the store, Dina encourages the employees to sell as many tickets as possible; Jonah helps Amy track down the new district manager to lobby for a raise.
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When local small businesses set up shop inside Cloud 9, Glenn tries to help sell his wife's handmade needlepoint; Jonah is concerned that he's pressuring his employees; Amy doesn't feel Latina enough when a guy flirts with her in Spanish.
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The new district manager visits and decides to make some cuts to save money; Amy and Jonah plead with her to not fire anyone and search for other ways to make up the money; Mateo struggles to prove his skills on the cash register.
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Jeff leaves Cloud 9 to work at Target; Garrett leads Glenn to believe that he's poaching other employees to go with him; in return, Glenn tries to poach employees from Target; Amy goes on a double date with Dina.
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Glenn and Dina offer amnesty to the employees for any bad things they confess; Garrett and Cheyenne try to decide how to take advantage of it; Jonah and Amy try to defuse an awkward situation that has the whole store gossiping.
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When Mateo gets injured, Jonah tries to help him keep his immigration status a secret; Amy attempts to convince everyone that she likes Kelly.
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When gamers invade Cloud 9 for the release of a hot new video game, Jonah tries to help Amy secure herself a copy of the game; Mateo helps Garrett make a good impression on one of his heroes.
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Still fresh from her divorce, Amy doesn't feel ready to start dating again; when Mateo tries to set her up with his loser cousin, she gets determined to show everyone she can do better; Dina takes advantage of a medical condition to scam Glenn.
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Amy finds herself caught in the middle of a conflict between Cheyenne and her ex-convict mom; a personal agreement between Glenn and Dina gets heated when Glenn brings in a lawyer; Jonah finds out that Kelly believes in angels.
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Corporate announces that the store is getting an upgrade; Amy, Jonah, and Dina set out to discover the pros and cons; Cheyenne accidentally volunteers to be Glenn's surrogate.
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Amy throws a party to prove how great she's doing post-divorce; Dina makes the ultimate sacrifice; Glenn and his wife are forced to conduct some personal business at Amy's home.
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After a Cloud 9 employee posts a controversial video online, Dina enlists Cheyenne to help monitor the rest of the staff's social media accounts; Glenn suspects Mateo of rewards card fraud.
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Trying to prove how wild she can be, Amy turns a boring Christmas Eve at Cloud 9 into a holiday adventure; Jonah and Garrett's roommate issues boil over; Glenn tries to prove to Mateo that Christmas is better than fine.
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The Cloud 9 employees come together to help an ailing Mateo; Glenn enlists Dina to help him get medical attention for his own embarrassing condition.
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A dead body is discovered in the store on Halloween, causing panic and confusing the shoppers; Amy and Garrett get into trouble using a dating app on Jonah's phone.
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Tensions rise among the employees after an attempted robbery; Glenn has a tough time firing the store security guard; Amy discovers that her co-workers have been hanging out without her.
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When Amy's daughter gets a job at Cloud 9, Amy turns to Jonah for advice on how to balance her parenting; Garrett and Dina argue over who broke up with whom; Cheyenne tries to convince Mateo that the cute construction worker might be using him.
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The Cloud 9 employees hold a memorial service for their co-worker Brett; Amy worries about Dina's anxiety; Jonah looks into Garrett's past; Mateo and Cheyenne convince Glenn that they were close with Brett to avoid work.
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The Cloud 9 employees rush to finish rebuilding the store in time for its grand reopening; Amy and Jonah confront their awkward kiss; Glenn discovers something about himself; Garrett avoids Jonah; Mateo worries about the voicemail he left for Jeff.
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While everyone in the store is on edge, Glenn has to figure out which employees to lay off; Jonah struggles with the aftermath of his admission to Amy; a tornado warning goes into effect, forcing the staff into uncomfortable pairings.

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