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In 2022, a cataclysm strikes Earth, seemingly wiping out the population save for former family man and bank employee Phil Miller. Sad and very lonely, Phil travels the United States, Canada and Mexico in his RV searching for other survivors. Striving to hold onto hope that there is at least one other living person, he tries to make the best of circumstances until his path finally crosses with that hoped-for other survivor -- and all becomes more comforting that the person happens to be a woman. As more survivors turn up, complications arise and Phil finds it difficult to co-exist with others again.

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After discovering hidden dangers in their mansion, the group decides to move to another location; Tandy has second thoughts about what they may be leaving behind.
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The gang venture out in search of what they think could be a new sign of life, but are surprised by what they actually find; Todd makes a few morbid discoveries back at the mansion.
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A thermal heat detector reveals a potential sign of life, but Tandy doesn't want the group to split up to investigate; Todd and Erica have trouble seeing eye to eye.
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Tandy wakes up to a shocking discovery that throws Todd into a spiral; Todd and Erica share an emotional roller coaster.
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While Todd butts heads with Erica, Melissa is determined to form a strong female friendship with her; Carol grows suspicious that a new stranger could be living nearby.
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Todd sinks into a deep depression, leaving the rest of the gang to console him; Tandy and Carol can't keep their hands off from each other.
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Tandy tries to be a helpful, responsible adult to finally win Gail's praise; Todd is furious with Melissa for keeping him away from Jasper.
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After the graveyard incident, Tandy and Todd try to convince the rest of the gang that something is wrong with Karl.
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Tandy and Todd introduce newcomer Karl to the rest of the gang; the group searches for Jasper, who has gone missing.
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Tandy and Todd come across a new survivor who has been trapped in a Mexican prison since the virus hit.
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Todd seeks parenting advice from Tandy when he notices Jasper is acting reckless; Carol and Erica realize that Jasper may be the only potential suitor for their babies and begin vying for his attention.
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Tandy goes to great lengths to convince everyone he's a feminist; Carol is jealous of Gail spending time with Erica and Dawn; Todd tries to be a father figure to Jasper.
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Carol's pregnancy takes an unexpected turn; Gail is concerned about Tandy as a father; Melissa discourages Todd's baby fever.
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The gang moves into an old mansion; Carol forces Tandy to put down his new toys so they can baby-proof the giant estate; Melissa worries about Todd's health; Gail and Erica can't figure out why Dawn won't stop crying.
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Carol panics when Todd and Melissa leave for their honeymoon, and Erica and Gail decide to live on their own for a while.
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Pamela tries to redeem herself with everyone; the gang finally reaches Mexico; Todd is disappointed that Zihuatanejo is not the paradise he dreamed of.
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Tandy devises an escape plan to get away from Pamela and back to the others; the rest of the gang encounters a castaway who has been stranded on an island for years.
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Pamela assimilates into the group as they all set sail for Mexico to avoiding the apocalyptic nuclear fallout.

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