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Conclusion. Hope is tapped as an actor on her favorite show, "Yo Zappa Do," so Jimmy gets work as an extra, but the series star makes his life a living hell. Meanwhile, Burt shares a landscaping idea with a TV executive; and Maw Maw settles an old score.
The exposure of Burt's propensity for flirting puts the whole family in a coquettish mood as Jimmy and Sabrina try to butter up Barney at the store; Maw Maw parts with her keepsakes; and Virginia has a stalker at a coffee shop.
Burt and Virginia think the marriage of a neighboring couple (Jaime Pressly, Ethan Suplee) is in trouble when Hope's baby monitor transmits their conversations. Meanwhile, Hope and Maw Maw take part in Howdy's Market commercial competition with a rival sto (more…)
In the second-season premiere, Jimmy is surprised to learn that he was once a talented singer until an accident involving a golf club shattered his dreams, so he enlists his family to help him get his creative juices flowing again. Pop singer Greyson Chanc (more…)
Sabrina can't keep her family hidden any longer after Burt learns a secret about them, so she introduces the Chances to her father (Stephen Root). Meanwhile, Jimmy thinks an invitation to Sabrina's sister's party will help Hope make friends.
Burt flashes back to a decades-old kidnapping story when the ponytailed drifter (Sean Bridgers) who was involved pays the Chances an unexpected visit. Meanwhile, Sabrina is anxious for a text from her boyfriend, which brings out Jimmy's jealousy.
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- Premiered: September 21, 2010
- Rating: TV-14
- Premise: Twenty-three-year-old Jimmy Chance adjusts to life as a single father in this comedy about a new addition to an extended dysfunctional family. (more)
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