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Bernie and his wife, Wanda, reluctantly step into the role of parents when his sister drops off her three kids -- naive Bryanna, nerdy Jordan and teenager Vanessa -- en route to rehab. His views on child rearing are hardly politically correct, but Bernie tries his best.

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The kids' carelessness causes Bernie to have a near-death experience.
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Bernie makes Vanessa prove she can manage her money.
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Wanda's sister visits and wants to throw a roller-disco party for Wanda's birthday.
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Jordan dates a good-looking cheerleader, surprising everyone.
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Bernie coaches Vanessa's prom date on how to win her heart.
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Bryan moves in and strives to be a perfect housekeeper when Wanda leaves on a business trip.
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Bernie pushes Jordan to hang out with the new kid next door to expand his cultural horizons.
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Bernie and Jordan join a fantasy football league together, but differing philosophies on player picks soon come between them as Jordan eventually leaves Bernie to get a higher ranking.
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Bernie and Wanda focus on having a baby, neglecting the children they already have.
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After several failed attempts, Bernie and Wanda realize that making a baby is harder than they thought, and Wanda begins to question their fertility.
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When Wanda invites Tasha, Vanessa's best friend from Chicago, to stay with them, Bernie is worried he will have another difficult teen in his house.
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When Bernie and Wanda find themselves spending all of their time with the kids, Bernie decides they need some time alone.
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In an effort to bring family members closer together, Wanda insists they participate in the annual parish retreat.
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Bernie realizes his punishment system is no longer effective, so he puts the kids into a total lockdown.
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When Bryana's father, Bryan (Anthony Anderson), visits, he threatens Bernie's relationship with Jordan and undermines Bernie's barbecuing techniques.
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Wanda learns about Bernie's secret discipline-keeping device, and its power corrupts her.
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While baby-sitting Bryana, Jordan watches a horror movie and scares himself into believing that zombies are trying to kill him and Bryana.
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Curtis offers to help fix Vanessa's new car, but Bernie thinks he has an ulterior motive.
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When Bernie gives Vanessa money for school clothes, she decides to spend it all on an expensive pair of shoes.
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When Bernie agrees to participate in a celebrity marathon, Vanessa declares she will finish the race ahead of him.
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When Jordan joins the wrestling team, he overeats and finds himself in a weight class in which he is outmatched.

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