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"The Cool Kids" is a comedy about a rowdy, rag-tag group of friends living in a retirement community who are willing to break every rule to have fun, because, at their age, what do they really have to lose? Hank, a gruff, opinionated, 21st-century Archie Bunker who will go to any lengths to have a good time, is the leader of this motley crew. His loyal -- but less than helpful -- friends include Charlie, a bumbling storyteller who constantly goes off on tangents about some bizarre and barely believable episodes from his life; and Sid, a naysaying, pill-popping hypochondriac who shoots down every scheme but still gets roped in. Complicating matters is Margaret, a brash, confident woman who forces her way into their group and refuses to leave because she's not going to take crap from anyone -- especially not these three. But what unites them all is their shared belief that they're not done yet -- not by a long shot. Growing old with dignity is for chumps.

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Hank, Charlie and Sid prepare their friend-iversary party and don't include Margaret; noticing the tension between Hank and Sid, Margaret encourages Sid to speak up for himself; Sid has his sights set on the patio for their party.
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Hank is excited to give his son the perfect wedding gift in Las Vegas, until he finds out Lorraine's boyfriend is paying for everything; Margaret and Sid's luck at the blackjack table quickly takes a turn.
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In an attempt to date a guy who is out of her league, Margaret pretends to be someone she's not; when Hank doesn't hear back from his doctor about a questionable mole, he's convinced his days are numbered; John has a very important question for Sid.
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Margaret helps Sid finally meet his teen idol, Kip Samgood; Charlie ditches Hank to hang out with his girlfriend.
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When Sid's ex-wife visits, Sid's new boyfriend becomes uncomfortable with their close relationship; Margaret, Charlie and Hank prepare to have the time of their lives at a Fleetwood Mac concert.
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Margaret attempts to date the hottest guy in Shady Meadows but can't seem to rid herself of clingy Leonard; Hank tries to sell his erotic vampire novel.
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While Sid is housesitting a fellow resident's gorgeous high-rise apartment, the friends get a taste of the good life; Margaret decides to turn Charlie's creative cookie-making into a new business venture.
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As Hank and Margaret mentor an awkward high school student and help him decide on whether to go to the prom, Hank is forced to face a traumatic event that happened to him in high school.
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Margaret neglects the guys when her best friend, Joanie, comes to visit; the guys devise a plan to talk Joanie out of moving into Shady Meadows, but Hank gets distracted.
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The gang rallies around Sid to help him through his commitment issues to new beau John; Margaret attempts to conquer her fear of flying by volunteering at the airport.
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Margaret's daughter MJ turns up at Shady Meadows jobless, homeless and looking to be rescued; Sid attempts to find his wok in Charlie's apartment.
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Hank signs up to host a Shady Meadows closed-circuit TV show but is quickly replaced by Sid, who dishes out hot retirement home gossip on-air; Margaret helps Charlie woo a widow at her bereavement support group.
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When Hank finds out his ex-wife will be at a mutual friend's funeral, Margaret volunteers to lie about his success to impress her; Charlie and Sid crash the funeral against Hank's orders.
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Margaret begins dating Karl, a fellow resident who may or may not be the "Zodiac Killer"; the guys are hunting for a different kind of criminal -- a serial non-flusher.
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When Hank starts dating a much younger woman, the gang suspects she may be taking advantage of him.
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When Margaret scores an invite to an exclusive potluck for Thanksgiving, she takes Sid as her plus-one, leaving Hank and Charlie to find a backup plan.
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Hank and Margaret lose a cornhole competition and miss out on the coveted prize -- a new flat-screen TV; the gang attempts to steal the TV, which means breaking into Allison's office after locking her and Sid in the sauna.
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Tired of "Gorgeous George" and his reign as activities coordinator, Hank backs Charlie and Margaret backs Sid for the position in the upcoming election, and it instantly turns dirty.
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Margaret tries to convince Sid to come out to his visiting son; Hank stubbornly refuses to admit he needs glasses; Charlie tries to help him cheat on an eye test.
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When Charlie and Hank create online dating profiles, Sid pretends to be an interested woman in order to boost their egos.
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Even though Margaret doesn't feel like celebrating, Hank, Sid and Charlie insist on taking her out to the local club for her birthday.

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