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When Dave Johnson and his family arrive from Michigan, they're unfazed that their new dream home is located in a community quite different from their previous small town. However, their opinionated next-door neighbor Calvin Butler is wary of the newcomers, certain that they'll disrupt the culture on the block. Dave realizes that fitting in with the new community is more complex than he had expected, but if he can find a way to connect with Calvin, there's an excellent chance of making the new neighborhood a great place to live.

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When a curmudgeonly resident who has few fans in the community passes away, the Butlers step up to host a memorial; Calvin learns something unexpected about himself.
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When the Johnsons invite the Butlers to go camping, Dave is taken aback by Calvin's idea of roughing it; Gemma and Tina cross paths with Maynard, a general store proprietor who may not be as friendly as he seems.
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When Calvin and Dave's college basketball teams go head-to-head, Dave surprises the Butlers with tickets to the game; a friend from Michigan visits and reveals surprising new details about Dave.
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When Gemma decides to fire a teacher at her school, she's unprepared for the aftermath; Calvin gets a surprise when he faces off with his newspaper carrier.
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When Gemma has her car repaired at Calvin's shop, Tina insists she doesn't need to pay for the work, to Calvin's consternation; Malcolm and Marty find themselves on the same dating app and vie for the same woman's attention.
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Tina agrees to give Grover piano lessons; Malcolm lands a job in retail sales; neither has a first day that goes quite according to plan.
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Dave convinces Calvin to hold a yard sale, but when longtime neighborhood resident Miss Simpson makes a purchase Calvin quickly regrets, he enlists Dave to help him get the valuable object back.
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Calvin reluctantly invites Dave to join his guys' night at home with Malcolm and Marty; Gemma and Tina take their first girls' trip to Vegas and find themselves unexpectedly in the spotlight.
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When Dave and Gemma's elaborate plans for Grover's seventh birthday party go awry, Malcolm and Marty come to the rescue; Calvin's choice of gift winds up sending one person to the hospital.
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When Malcolm is robbed and won't reveal the thief, Calvin and Dave team up to crack the case of the missing sneakers; Tina takes a unique approach to teaching Gemma self-defense.
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When Calvin and Tina learn Marty has a new girlfriend, they insist he invite her over for dinner -- with surprising results.
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Dave and Gemma host a memorable Thanksgiving in their new home; Dave's politically incorrect mother visits from out of town and meets the Butler family for the first time.
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Dave is embraced by the patrons of the community barbershop, much to Calvin's dismay.
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Nothing goes as planned when Dave sets up an anniversary celebration for Gemma and Calvin, and Tina baby-sits the Johnsons' son, Grover.
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Unexpected revelations are in the cards during the Johnsons' first game night with the Butlers; Gemma is prompted to rectify a past wrong; Malcolm makes a play for a fresh start with his father, Calvin.
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When everyone but Calvin accepts Dave and Gemma's invitation to their housewarming party, Dave decides he's finally had enough of Calvin's refusal to welcome him to town.
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Dave gives Calvin a key to his house in case of an emergency and is pleasantly surprised when the gesture is reciprocated.
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When a water pipe bursts at the Johnsons' home, Calvin reluctantly agrees to help Dave repair the damage; Gemma discovers a surprising secret about her new neighbor, Tina.
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A friendly Midwesterner moves his family to a Los Angeles neighborhood next door to Calvin, who's concerned the newcomers will disrupt the culture on the block.

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