Kate Hudson mixes up a few cocktail recipes using her new craft vodka. We’ve got your holiday party décor covered with fun ideas, like a balloon Christmas tree. Plus, Rachael makes skillet chicken and biscuits with hot honey.
An overprotective Christy keeps a constant eye on her 12-year-old son, after discovering he has been using drugs and alcohol and Bonnie finds herself in the strange position of being the calm and rational one.
Mandy is accepted into two different colleges, causing Kristin to re-evaluate her own life. While out on the town, she runs into a former co-worker from the diner where she still works and finds out he owns a hip restaurant.
When Adam unintentionally lets it slip that Barry never completed his community service requirement, the brothers join together to throw the greatest breakdancing battle in the history of William Penn.
Bow urges Dre to use his connections and secure Zoey a fellowship, but he doesn't want his daughter relying on nepotism. When Bow finds Zoey a place at the hospital, Dre balks at the idea and successfully pulls some strings at Teen Vogue.
After another lackluster Father's Day overshadowed by graduation parties and summer vacations, Dre and his colleagues decide to come up with a holiday initiative entitled 'Daddy's Day,' celebrating everything that Father's Day is not.
Mike finds that Mandy's steady boyfriend Kyle’s new interest in philosophy is distracting him from his work at The Outdoor Man Store. A solution may be in the offing when Mike gets a visit from Brody and Uncle Ray.
After learning of Murray's love of action movies, Adam uses the moment to garner the courage to ask his dad for money to film his own action film. But the production goes from bad to worse when Barry goes missing.
George creates the perfect spot for a nap under his desk at work. Kramer begins swimming in the East River. Elaine's boyfriend sends her a new mattress that she can't seem to get rid of. Jerry hires a contractor, who decides to re-do the kitchen.
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