Amy and Bob are planning a very special going-away party for Teddy before she leaves for college.
Teddy, who is ready to head off to college, has been having a hard time creating a final video diary for Charlie.
Gabe discovers PJ has been living in the backyard. Amy and Bob make a playdate with Charlie's friend and learn she's the daughter of a lesbian couple.
Teddy is disappointed when she gets waitlisted at her first-choice college. Amy rides a scooter with Gabe, and Bob tells jokes at Charlie's school.
Teddy and PJ are visiting a college in New York City, where they get stuck in a blizzard and meet up with Jessie and the Ross kids.
A job offer comes up in Tennesse that Beau just can't turn down. PJ and Emmett search for a new roommate to share the household expenses.
Teddy runs into Amy's younger sister, Jamie, and urges the fighting siblings to reconcile. A misunderstanding happens between PJ and a classmate.
Teddy and her friends decide to go "Halloween caroling" to raise money for the school drama club. Gabe and PJ get spooked by PJ's creepy neighbor.
Ivy tricks Teddy into joining her family on a road trip. Meanwhile, Amy is offended that Gabe didn't tell her he joined a baseball team.
The family attends the Denver Pest Control Association's annual dance, where there's a heated competition between Amy and the woman Teddy can't stand.
When Spencer shows up at Teddy's birthday party, she's forced to choose between him and Beau. Meanwhile, Bob accidentally buys Gabe a girl's shirt.
Beau convinces Teddy to go with him to a country-Western hangout. Meanwhile, Bob and Amy are out on a date, too -- are are in for a surprise.
In the future, 14-year-old Charlie tries to apply some of Teddy's advice when Toby starts giving Charlie the silent treatment.
Charlie is not excited about sharing her birthday celebration. Teddy helps Beau break up with his girlfriend. Gabe gets a new reputation at school.
Teddy throws a slumber party to help herself forget about her anniversary with Spencer, while PJ and Emmett take care of their neighbor's pet rat.
Teddy starts receiving anonymous threats. Amy and a fellow mom argue about who is responsible for teaching rude language to their daughters.
The Duncans are a typical family whose lives are turned topsy-turvy with the arrival of baby sister, Charlie.
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