After an on-air gaffe with Larry King, President Gilchrist and First Lady Emily decide to hold the traditional wedding that they never had; meanwhile, Becca and D.B. are met with surprising news of their own.
Skip's the object of affection for a visiting princess.
Skip looks after Xander and Marigold as the First Couple looks to spice up their marriage with a romantic evening.
Skip struggles to complete his college degree, while Becca invents a fake policy expert to prove a point.
While Xander battles his father in a game of Risk, Emily prepares Skip for an all-important date with Stacey.
During a live podcast, Skip makes a horrifying discovery about his childhood.
The President and First Lady take radical steps to connect the kids with nature.
Skip takes the public on his own insider's tour of the White House. Bruce Campbell guest stars.
Emily pulls out the stops to get Xander elected at his school, while Skip joins a protest movement chanting outside the White House.
Skip bonds with Becca's baby daddy, while Emily struggles with a protocol problem.
When Skip brings a date to a White House ball, the First Lady's political agenda nearly goes up in smoke.
Skip tries to defuse the scandal around Becca's pregnancy.
Series pilot. Perennial student Skip Gilchrist returns from college to live with his parents - in the White House.
The Gilchrists are just the average American family dealing with all the everyday issues - like a grown kid who's forced to move back home, children who are smarter than their teachers and a stepmom (Jenna Elfman, "Dharma and Greg") desperately trying to win over the kids. They're loving, fun and a little crazy. In other words, just like everybody else. With one exception: they live in a very special house. The White House!
Skip resists a princess' temptations in favor of his true love, Stacey Kim.
As President Gilchrist and First Lady Emily plan to exchange their wedding vows, Skip's plan to create a memorable moment has an unexpected effect on Becca and her pregnancy.
Skip insists that Emily lock him in his room so he can finish his final college paper and earn his bachelor's degree.
Josh has a top secret request for fellow executive producer, Henry Winkler.
Even the First Family needs a sanctuary.
Skip's incensed with the U.S. Postmaster General.
Josh talks Fonzie with the man who brought him to life, Henry Winkler.
Emily prepares Skip for an all-important date with Stacey.
Andre Holland has some advice for Josh on acting.