In the second-season opener, Aaron's imaginary friend returns, which troubles Stephanie. After researching the issue, Stephanie does her best to make the invisible pal feel comfortable.
Aaron lands in hot water with his teacher, whom he calls a doofus—a word he heard Stephanie utter. Meanwhile, James uses Charlie in his plan to get out of doing his history homework.
Aaron fears the dentist, so Stephanie tries to help by making an appointment for herself as well, but her jitters kick into overdrive when she learns the dentist is someone from her past.
Gabby loans Stephanie's new purse to a friend, but it comes back ruined and she has to replace it.
Stephanie sees a horror movie with Gabby, despite Charlie's objections, and Stephanie winds up being frightened. Her fears then escalate when James tries to persuade her their house is haunted.
Stephanie feels expendable on Halloween when the kids make their own plans. Meanwhile, Charlie tries to maintain his record for having the best decorated house in the neighborhood.
Stephanie stops punishing Gabby and James in hopes their fighting will stop, but it doesn't go smoothly.
Aaron stows away on Stephanie and Charlie's adult getaway to New York. Meanwhile, James and Gabby make plans for a parent-free weekend at home.
James becomes popular at school after others incorrectly believe he's a bad boy, and when one of his new pals does something wrong, he's reluctant to tattle.
Eunice uses a mom pyramid with Stephanie's stepchildren, and as a result, they behave well, but Stephanie thinks this parenting technique may be harmful to the kids.
Gabby has problems with Noah and tries to make him jealous and Aaron accidentally calls Stephanie "mom."
Stephanie worries that she's becoming like Maggie when she hears that Gabby wants a tattoo, but then her efforts to act differently than Maggie go too far.
A party gal's life transforms when she becomes a full-time stepmother to her husband's three kids.
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