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Mickey’s poor parenting skills are only made worse when a popular kid in Chip’s class comes to the house for a sleepover. Meanwhile, Mickey and Alba try to tame Ben’s fear of monsters.
The episode was rated 7,86 from 1506 votes.
Mickey and the kids go to great grandmother Rita Pemberton's 100th birthday celebration at her huge mansion. Mickey takes advantage of Rita when she discovers that Rita believes Mickey to be an old friend, but later learns that their friendship was more than just platonic. Meanwhile, the kids' grandmother, Tippy, gives the family an unexpected surprise.
The episode was rated 7,82 from 840 votes.
Life in the Pemberton mansion gets even more chaotic when the kids catch a pair of intruders trying to break in. Then, Mickey tries to protect the kids in a case of mistaken identity.
The episode was rated 7,81 from 1433 votes.
Sabrina tells Mickey she wants to augment her figure, so Mickey decides the best way to dissuade her from doing so is to do a test-run in public. Meanwhile, Jimmy takes Chip and Ben to a baseball game to teach them how to be more masculine.
The episode was rated 7,76 from 1450 votes.
Mickey takes Sabrina to visit her mother in jail to gain closure, but it turns out Mickey may be the one who needs it the most. While visiting his father, Chip learns that he is in danger behind bars and enlists Jimmy for help. Meanwhile, Ben inadvertently distracts the bullies.
The episode was rated 7,73 from 1060 votes.
Following graduation, Mickey and Alba discover that Sabrina is having second thoughts about attending Yale. In their attempt to sway her decision, Alba finds herself heavily involved at a Yale Alumni reunion event. Meanwhile, Chip is keen on re-branding himself before he starts high school, so naturally he decides to throw a party to prove his status.
The episode was rated 7,72 from 544 votes.
When Mickey's attempts at disciplining the kids are ignored, she decides to shed her "cool aunt" persona and lay down the law.
The episode was rated 7,69 from 1893 votes.
Irresponsible woman Mackenzie "Mickey" Molng is visiting her sister Poodle, who married into wealth, when Poodle and her husband Christopher are arrested by the FBI for fraud and tax evasion. Poodle asks Mickey to watch her children until things are sorted out. Mickey immediately clashes with oldest daughter Sabrina and neighbor Liz, gives bad advice to middle child Chip, and causes youngest child Ben to have an allergic reaction. Just as Mickey decides she isn't cut out for parenting, Poodle calls to say that she and Christopher are fleeing the country.
The episode was rated 7,68 from 3161 votes.
When Alba leaves to go on vacation, Mickey appoints Sabrina to babysit Ben when she and Jimmy leave for a night out. When Sabrina decides that a night out with her friends is much more appealing, she and Mickey get into an argument and end up in jail. Meanwhile, Jimmy meets a new friend.
The episode was rated 7,68 from 566 votes.
When Mickey learns they've all forgotten Ben's seventh birthday, the family is forced to put their selfish tendencies aside for one day and throw him the celebration he deserves, which proves way harder than it sounds.
The episode was rated 7,67 from 2174 votes.
Mickey and the gang accompany Alba to church, after she admits she may have a substance abuse problem. When she invites her priest over for Sunday football, the Pembertons take a liking to him. Meanwhile, Ben questions his belief in God, forcing Jimmy and Sabrina to guide him.
The episode was rated 7,67 from 650 votes.
Mickey’s unwanted suitors team up to thwart her new romance. Meanwhile, Sabrina and Alba teach Ben a lesson in responsibility
The episode was rated 7,67 from 1864 votes.
Mickey tricks Sabrina into thinking she's pregnant to scare her into taking birth control. Meanwhile, Chip considers a vasectomy to thwart gold-diggers, but has not even kissed a girl.
The episode was rated 7,66 from 2410 votes.
The tables are turned when a cyber bully targets Sabrina, leading Mickey to come up with a plan for revenge. Meanwhile, Jimmy teaches Chip and Ben how to be self-sufficient, resulting in a painful disaster.
The episode was rated 7,66 from 1606 votes.
After Ben wets the bed at a sleepover with fellow classmates, Mickey, Alba and Jimmy go to extreme lengths in order to save his reputation. Meanwhile, when Sabrina loses her fake ID, Chip offers to help get her a replacement in exchange for a night out with her and her friends.
The episode was rated 7,66 from 570 votes.
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