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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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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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When a man arrives from Chicago claiming to be Bryana's father, Bernie is cautiously supportive.
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Bernie sees children walking to school on their own and decides it is time for Jordan to do the same, despite Wanda's objections.
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When Vanessa surprises everyone with her musical talent, Isaac Hayes offers Bernie advice on how to nurture it.
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Jordan's prank anonymous phone calls have surprising consequences.
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When Jordan develops a crush on a girl at school, Bernie takes it upon himself to teach Jordan how to be a "player" and get the girl.
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Bernie is sued for being a negligent parent after a birthday bash for Bryana results in broken bones.
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Vanessa tries to increase her chances of being accepted into a college by joining the drill team, which pleases Bernie until he sees one of the squad's provocative routines.
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Bernie learns Vanessa has a boyfriend, Rahim, who is 18 years old, but when he discovers that the teen has a child, he hits the ceiling.
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Wanda urges Vanessa to join an enrichment organization she once belonged to, but they learn times have changed when Vanessa and her new friends are charged with shoplifting.
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Jordan tries to fit in with the popular crowd and, after taking Bernie's advice, winds up losing his lunch money in a poker game.
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Bernie resorts to spying when he decides Vanessa is being secretive about her activities, but his security cameras pick up more than he bargained for.

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