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Set in the 1970s, this ensemble comedy follows a traditional Irish-Catholic family, the Clearys, as it navigates big and small changes during one of America's most turbulent decades. In a working-class neighborhood outside Los Angeles, Mike and Peggy raise eight boisterous boys who live out their days with little supervision in their three bedroom, one bathroom home. The household is turned upside down when oldest son Lawrence returns home and announces he's quitting the seminary to go off and "save the world."

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Frank secretly helps design a set for a musical in which Timmy is performing; Mike grows increasingly concerned that Joey is heading down a shady moral path.
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The Cleary boys beg Peggy to tell them she loves them; Mike invites a co-worker to help compel a confession from the child who broke the dining room light fixture.
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When Peggy's successful brother drops in for Christmas, Mike feels envious; Timmy mistakenly receives $100 from his great-aunt for Christmas; Eddie forgets to get Wendi a Christmas present.
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Mike and Peggy debate whether they should have another child; Pat overhears that he is going to have a little sister, leading the kids to dig deeper into the situation.
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Mike comes to the conclusion that Eddie is sexually active and takes it upon himself to give him advice; Joey and Timmy attempt to disrupt Frank's plan to do free yardwork.
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Timmy must choose between his dad's dreams for him and his own dreams of showbiz glory; feeling rusty after being at the seminary for so long, Lawrence asks Eddie to help prepare him for a date by taking him on a practice date.
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To hide a mess Eddie made, his girlfriend, Wendi, tries to distract Peggy by insisting she take a day off; Peggy accepts the offer and requests Wendi tag along, hoping to teach her a lesson; Pat introduces Timmy to his secret dog.
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Mike proudly introduces a new microwave to the Cleary household; Lawrence attempts to apply lessons from a psych class at school to psychoanalyze Mike and Peggy.
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Timmy decides to enter a poetry contest to win the money he needs to repair his ventriloquist dummy; Lawrence complains that there are no fresh vegetables in the family's diet.
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Lawrence returns home from the seminary and tells his family that he's dropping out for good, leaving Mike and Peggy upset; Timmy decides he wants to audition for a children's theater production; Eddie tries to keep his girlfriend a secret.

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