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After leaving her dreams behind in Nashville, Melissa moves back to the small East Texas town she was born and raised in: Lufkin. This outspoken Southern mom shares her opinion on almost anything, even if nobody's asked for it. She's funny, charming and the life of every party ... especially the ones she wasn't invited to. She's a pretty big personality for such a small town, but when asked why she moved home her quick response is"Because the barbecue is better and the babysitting is free."

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aired 398 days ago
Melissa's dream of singing in front of the Houston Astros gets benched when her nerves kick in.
aired 404 days ago
Melissa deals with back to school day and is annoyed by David's fantasy football distractions.
aired 411 days ago
Melissa and David spice up their dating life; Melissa judges a hush puppy cooking competition.
aired 418 days ago
Melissa attempts to pass her driving test, while also trying to curb her beauty product addiction.
aired 424 days ago
Melissa struggles to please her mother and daughter by doing activities she doesn't want to do.
aired 431 days ago
Melissa prepares for her biggest parenting challenge yet -- giving her 12-year-old daughter "the talk."

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