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Three generations are under one roof as outgoing middle school student Sydney Reynolds lives with her single dad, Max, and progressive grandmother, Judy. Living in the house where her father grew up, Sydney's preteen pursuits begin to expand and broaden with unexpected and hilarious twists. Grandma's razor-sharp memory and wit remind Max that Sydney's antics are mirrored by his and his best friend Leo's antics. As Max tries to get a better sense of his daughter, his mother is full of parental wisdom and wisecracks to help Max and Sydney with the support they need.

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Grandma Judy gets to meet her favorite rock star, Davey Rogers.
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Syd finds out her childhood best friend, Harry, is moving back to Portland; when Olive meets Harry, she thinks Harry is the perfect match for Sydney.
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In trying to help Olive stand up to her brothers, Sydney learns that sibling dynamics are more complicated than she thought.
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Max is worried when a new smoothie shop creates competition for Reynolds Rides with their new flamingo drink.
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Syd, Olive, Sophia, and Emmy are excited that their design for the float honoring brave women was chosen for the annual Portland Parade.
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A sociable middle schooler navigating the challenges of growing up and her protective single father learn they have more in common than they realize.
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Sydney hosts a slumber party with all of her friends, but the night takes a turn when a group selfie sparks a fight among the girls.
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On the last day of school, Syd reads through all the notes in her yearbook, and notices an anonymous note from someone confessing that they have a crush on her.
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Max is excited to be honored with The Heart of Portland award for his philanthropic work; things go awry for Max when his father, who he's not on the best terms with, comes to visit.
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Sydney feels torn between spending time with her friends and her fencing teammates, and wonders if she can be friends with both groups or will have to choose one.
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With only one month left in seventh grade, Sydney and most of the four amigas are excited, but there's a hiccup when the girls learn that Emmy is failing history and might not pass.
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On the Fourth of July weekend, Max surprises Sydney, Olive and Sophia by renting the lake cabin where he spent his best summer in as a kid.
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Mrs. Harris' job is put in jeopardy when Sydney and Olive accidentally destroy a popular exhibit at the museum.
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Sydney enters a songwriting contest where the three finalists get to perform their song for pop star Ricky Angelo.
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Sydney has an accident at school after she gets her first period and is too embarrassed to perform her bass solo at the school concert.
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After a field trip to the aquarium, Sydney can't stop thinking about the pollution in the ocean and organizes a protest at school to ban plastics.
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After Sydney is grounded for being late for curfew, she is unable to go to the Pop-Up Cake Museum with Olive and Sophia.
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The girls make a pact to go to the seventh-grade dance without dates; Sydney then finds herself in a pickle when Ned surprises her and asks her to the event.
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Sydney is excited when she makes the school's first girls fencing team; when she learns her dad helped Coach Carlock, Sydney fears she may have gotten on the team for the wrong reason.
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Syd thinks she is too old for the father-daughter dance, but she's afraid to hurt Dad's feelings; young Max is bummed when his Dad isn't around for a father-son event.
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Sydney thinks her father might be lonely, so she encourages him to start dating again; when young Max breaks his skateboard again, Mom makes him earn money to buy a replacement.

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