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The husband-wife team of Jason Jones and Samantha Bee, longtime correspondents on "The Daily Show With Jon Stewart," executive produce a comedy series inspired by their own experiences with family vacations. Jones stars as Nate Parker, who plans an adventure of a lifetime -- a road trip to Florida -- with wife Robin and their young kids, rebellious daughter Delilah and simpleton son Jared. Packed in cramped quarters, the 1,300-mile journey soon detours into disastrous territory as the family encounters one hellish turn after another. Subsequent seasons see the Parkers make detours to New York City and Alaska, among other adventures.

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Nate finally gets married to save his family.
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In order to save his family, Nate ends up on a Russian bride tour.
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Nate and Robin chase their kids around the world.
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Jared devises a morbid plan to get his family to come together.
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The Parkers are contestants on a Japanese game show.
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Delilah and Jared reunite and catch up on the past year.
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Nate gets caught in a bad "parent trap."
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Nate and Robin head to Ithaca expecting to find their daughter but find a new family member instead.
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Following a breakthrough, the Parkers return to their hometown to find their daughter.
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The Parkers embark on a world-wide search to find their runaway daughter, Delilah.
aired 156 days ago
The Parkers finally get help in an abandoned ghost town filled with deadly serious "Pacific Rim" live-action role players.
aired 157 days ago
Having crashed their plane into the Alaskan wilderness, the family must rely on one another to survive.
aired 160 days ago
Nate reunites with his family and pulls off an evacuation away from Edie and the feds, but they have to rely on a terminally ill, 90-year-old Alaskan bush pilot.
aired 161 days ago
A look back at Robin and Nate's first vacation, a trip to the tropics and their first time alone since the kids were born.
aired 161 days ago
Upon returning home from a winter at sea, Nate is left on the dock by his family.
aired 162 days ago
With Robin out of work, Nate goes to work on an Alaskan factory fishing trawler for seven months that includes rotting fish, meth fumes and family separation.
aired 162 days ago
Edie goes undercover as an assistant coach of Jared and Delilah's hockey team, and when they go on the road together, Robin suddenly gets jealous of this mysterious stranger.
aired 163 days ago
Edie continues surveillance on the Parkers, looking to get close to the stupidest member of the family.
aired 163 days ago
Between the children hitting puberty and Robin's long work hours and incessant partying, Nate struggles with his new role as stay-at-home father.
aired 164 days ago
The Parkers finally settle in Alaska after a year on the lam, believing it to be the last place anyone would look for them, but their lies and deceits soon come back to haunt them.
aired 258 days ago
Robin's ex Carlos lures her back into their wild past with a visit to the club where they used to party, and Nate gets jealous; the kids meet Nate's new boss.

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