The first season concludes with Steve encouraging Anne to break free from her manipulative parents after her mom and dad abuse their cell-phone privileges. Meanwhile, Henry feels Rhonda is glamorizing teen pregnancy to Courtney.
Steve and Anne welcome their new neighbors, but things go awry when the newbies want to cut down Anne's beloved bougainvillea. Meanwhile, Henry becomes obsessed with a teen girl who is pregnant for the second time.
Steve and Anne attempt to increase intimacy in their marriage by having 40 days of sex, as instructed in a popular relationship book, but the plan backfires when things get too intimate for Steve. Meanwhile, Courtney loses an important item given to her by Jenna.
Steve attempts to circumvent the line at the DMV by riding Monica's scooter to the head of it. Meanwhile, Anne is placed in an uncomfortable situation when she takes Jenna to a gynecologist at Onno's request, and Jenna asks her to not tell anyone the real reason for the appointment.
Steve questions Courtney's teacher over an assignment that requires significant parental input, and he sends an inappropriate e-mail that reflects poorly on him as a dad. Meanwhile, Henry tries to learn who fathered Rhonda's children.
In the premiere episode of this suburban-life comedy, cynical dad Steve (Bob Saget) accidentally starts a fire in his neighbor's home after he reluctantly agrees to house-sit. When the fire is out, Steve is praised as a hero because he claims he put the blaze out himself. Cynthia Stevenson also stars.
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