Tabatha helps a family owned consignment store on Melrose Ave, but the husband and wife owners are at odds at how to make the store a success. Tensions over hiring a family member, who turns out to be a lackluster employee, causes things to fall apart.
Tabatha helps Sweet Dixie Kitchen's employees after the children of the owner request her help to reign in their authoritarian mom. Although the food reviews are good, the leadership is disgruntled, leaving this restaurant and family with a lot to lose.
Tabatha attempts to help a local Long Beach deli, Modica's, achieve success. Despite their bustling lunch service, the restaurant faces immense debt and a lack of leadership. Owner Orsa seeks help from her son, Anthony, who is never available. Things must change or they must close the doors on the family business.
Family owned apparel company, NewMe, hopes to change the modest clothing scene, but without Tabatha's help, their family drama may jeopardize their dreams. The mother-daughter design duo is at odds with their son and brother turned business partner, causing tempers to fray.
Tabatha comes to the aid of a family owned jewelry company, Matthew's, and attempts to restore it to its notable past. As the master diamond setter and owner Michael Bogosian recently passed away, his sons and widow cannot agree on how to run things. If they cannot compromise, this once noteworthy business may close its doors for the last time.
Tabatha comes to the rescue of a family owned pizzeria, D'Amore's, where everyone is fighting over their share. The owner, Joe D'Amore, is considering a multi-million dollar offer to take the chain national, but his children have other ideas in mind.