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Mickey, who is intelligent but lacking ambition, is always hustling and looking for the next easy payday. It seems like her ship has finally come in when she goes to Greenwich, Conn., to visit her estranged sister and billionaire brother-in-law in search of a handout, and they flee the country to avoid federal fraud charges, leaving her with everything. But nothing in life is free, and "everything" includes guardianship of her sister's three ill-mannered children -- teenage Sabrina, future Republican and middle child Chip, and the fragile youngest, Ben. Though motherhood was never in her plans, Mickey discovers a little responsibility never hurt anybody.

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Mickey and Alba try to sway Sabrina's decision about attending Yale; Chip is keen on rebranding himself before he starts high school, so he decides to throw a party to prove his status.
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Mickey and Alba try to teach Ben a lesson after they catch him lying; Chip devises a spiteful plan to be crowned prince at his school formal; Jimmy teaches Sabrina how to dance.
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After Jimmy purchases an old beat up car from a police auction, he and Mickey accidentally lock Ben inside; Alba catches Chip secretly pretending to be Sabrina's online crush.
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When Alba goes on vacation, Mickey appoints Sabrina to baby-sit Ben when she and Jimmy leave for a night out; Sabrina decides that a night out with her friends is much more appealing; she and Mickey get into an argument and end up in jail.
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After Ben wets the bed at a sleepover, Mickey, Alba and Jimmy go to extreme lengths to save his reputation; Chip offers to help Sabrina get a fake ID in exchange for a night out with her and her friends.
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Mickey teaches Chip and his friend how to gamble; they end up losing a large sum of money; Mickey uses Sabrina's new relationship to attempt winning the money back; Jimmy becomes overly invested in the soccer team's success.
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Mickey and the gang accompany Alba to church after she admits she may have a substance abuse problem; Ben questions his belief in God, forcing Jimmy and Sabrina to guide him.
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Mickey and Alba chaperone Ben's school field trip to a trash dump; an unfamiliar young boy makes his way back on the bus; the two work together to return the lost child; Chip and Sabrina take advantage of Colonel's status as a veteran.
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Mickey and the gang spend a weekend at the family's Manhattan penthouse; Chip visits his biological father.
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On the day of her Yale interview, Sabrina takes a risk that may ruin her chances and jeopardize her future; Alba must pretend to be a maid again when her cousin visits.
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Sabrina decides to throw a get-together with talented artists to impress them; Mickey decides to co-host the event to impress a celebrity mom; Chip goes on a spontaneous camping trip with Howard.
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Chip discovers he is the product of an affair his mother had; Chip decides to seek out his biological father; Mickey and Jimmy re-examine their relationship.
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Mickey is concerned about Sabrina's relationship with her teacher; Chip enlists Jimmy's help to improve his ranking on the 8th grade hot list.
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Mickey and Jimmy go to their hometown to celebrate the retirement of Jimmy's high school baseball number; Jimmy learns that Mickey may have influenced his chance at a professional baseball career; Chip and Sabrina butt heads with spoiled teenagers.
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Mickey and the kids go to their great grandmother's 100th birthday celebration; the kids' grandmother gives the family an unexpected surprise.
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Mickey is determined to prove Ben doesn't need medication; Mickey and Alba become overly invested in Ben's school project; Jimmy helps Chip make his secret boys club cool again.
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Things get out of hand when Mickey and Jimmy throw a Halloween party in the burned-out remains of the mansion; Sabrina seeks to repair her tarnished legacy; Mickey teaches some pranksters a lesson.
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Mickey takes Sabrina to visit her mother in jail to gain closure, but Mickey may need it the most; Chip learns that his father is in danger behind bars and looks to Jimmy for help.
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Mickey's relationship with Alba is tested when a divorcee hits rock bottom and becomes the perfect new friend for Mickey; Sabrina and Ben take a shot at Chip's ego.
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Mickey and the kids are forced to downgrade after their financial adviser cuts them off due to excessive spending; Chip learns tricks from Jimmy on how to live in a luxurious hotel.

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