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After four years of barely getting by in school, Dan and Katrina Yoder are thrilled when their daughter Molly is handed her high school diploma. Now it’s off to Arizona State for Molly, and a mid-life renaissance for the Yoders (which includes turning Molly’s room into their dream fitness center).

At the same time in East LA, Junior Hernandez is delivering his valedictorian address. As the first of his family to go to college (Stanford!), Junior’s the pride and joy of parents Miguel and Lisette. But Junior’s barely into his speech before he gets an unexpected text: “i’m pregnant.” The sender? Miss Molly Yoder. OMG/Dios Mio!

What follows is the ultimate culture crash as Molly and Junior decide to get hitched, bringing two very different families together in a way they never imagined. Dan and Miguel, who already have a history, do NOT see eye to eye. But more importantly, what about Stanford? Arizona State? Who’s going to raise the baby? And oh no – what about the fitness center?! For the sake of their kids (and the one on the way) they’ll have to somehow make it all work… like it or not.

From writer and executive producer Mike Sikowitz (Rules of Engagement) and starring Mike O’Malley, comes a comedy that proves: Life is full of unexpected little bumps. Half-hour comedy (single camera).

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  • Love The Shoes

    I see white people……………oh, and Blair Underwood.

  • Welcome

    Welcome back Michael

  • LOL

    The Blacklist is a scene by scene, word by word, copy of an episode of Fringe.

  • Effy

    They all look awful with the exception of Dracula, though it’s nice to see Michael J Fox back.

  • Tanya

    nbc the network that cancels series whether you have good ratings or not. enough said

  • Oywiththepoodles

    The only one of these I will be watching will be Dracula.

  • Carletter

    Where is Lance Gross’s new series? Like Tanya said, NBC does cancel shows that have a good rating. For instance, DECEPTION! How about not putting them up against shows from other networks that have a really strong following. Wednesday nights are pretty boring so there’s a great place to start Lance Gross’s series when and if it does come back into the lineup!

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