Spencer considers entering college early, and Teddy is supportive, but she's shortsighted about what this could mean for their relationship. Elsewhere, Amy starts a blog about motherhood; and Bob is to blame for a termite infestation in the house.
Teddy takes Charlie to see Santa Claus, but old St. Nick decides to go on break right when it's Charlie's turn. Meanwhile, Amy and Grandma Linda discover they are performing the same song at the family talent show.
Teddy quickly regrets asking Victor to help her study when she discovers his demanding teaching methods. Meanwhile, Amy makes Bob sleep in Gabe's room because his snoring keeps Toby awake; and PJ becomes obsessed with finishing a book he started reading to Charlie.
Teddy persuades Ivy to cast Charlie in a play, but then Charlie refuses to say her line. Meanwhile, Gabe runs into trouble when he turns in a homework assignment for a neighbor he has never met; and Bob gets a makeover.
Gabe worries his popularity at school will suffer a hit when his mom takes a nursing job there. Meanwhile, Bob helps Teddy with a school presentation; and PJ's babysitting job turns into a full-service day care that quickly gets out of control.
Amy invites some of Teddy's volleyball teammates to the house for a team-bonding sleepover; Bob gets annoyed with the father of Gabe's girlfriend; a cute new neighbor mistakes PJ for a medical student.
The Duncans start considering names for their soon-to-be-born baby. Meanwhile, Teddy tries to find a quiet place to study for an upcoming exam; and PJ learns he must complete a square-dancing class in order to graduate.
Teddy and Spencer perform in a musical at a local children's theater, but they fear Amy will try to steal the spotlight from them. Meanwhile, Bob tries to prove he's brave by catching a snake; and PJ investigates crimes at work.
Amy attends her baby shower, where Charlie reveals the surprising reason her mom wanted to have the party. Meanwhile, Teddy and Ivy host a boring radio show; and PJ and Gabe compete for a playoff-game ticket by proving who knows their dad best.