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Sydney to the Max

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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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Sydney and Olive decide to help Max at the bike shop's biggest sale of the year; when Leo's dad hires a girl to work at the arcade, Max and Leo compete to see who can impress her the most.
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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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Sydney and Olive are excited for their weeklong sleepover; young Max and Leo get into a fight about Max constantly forgetting his job responsibilities at the arcade.
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Sydney is invited to a pool party, but is self-conscious about how to deal with her leg hair; young Max is eager to start shaving to prove his manhood.
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Sydney and Olive struggle with their baby-sitting business when the child they are hired to watch happens to be the brother of one of the most popular kids in their class.
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Max tracks Sydney's phone after he suspects that she snuck out to a concert with Olive against his wishes; his parenting dilemma reminds him of his childhood, when his mom paged him on his beeper incessantly to track his whereabouts.
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Sydney realizes the basement isn't being used and wants to redesign it; Young Max and Leo decide to build fighting robots in the basement, but don't want Mom to find out about it.
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Sydney is baffled when she can't seem to get an A in her poetry class, while Young Max easily gets an A.
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Sydney wants to adopt a dog, but Max doesn't think she's ready for the responsibility; a flashback to young Max reveals that he also wants a dog, but his mother gives him a pet turtle instead.
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Sydney and Olive's bond is tested when they both become friends with the new girl, but try to keep the friendship a secret from one another.
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Sydney wants to radically change her hairstyle for the first day of seventh grade, but her father is resistant; with Olive's help, Sydney takes matters into her own hands.
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Sydney organizes a school protest for clubs to be more inclusive of women; young Max befriends a skater girl, but is conflicted because the Dog Boys don't allow girls in their crew.
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When Olive becomes class treasurer and accidentally loses the money for the ice-cream truck she promised her class, Syd helps her get it back; young Max offers to accompany his mother to a wedding, but does not know how to dance.

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