Zack and Cody use a visiting wheelchair basketball team to encourage their wheelchair-bound friend, Jamie, to resume playing the sport that used to bring him so much pleasure. In the meantime, Maddie tries to make a movie at the Tipton.
Terry tries to help a love-struck Lulu catch the attention of Patrick, the new doctor in town...but it seems he has more in common with tomboy Terry than with girly Lulu.
Danny is excited to team up with Vanessa for a school project, but when Vanessa's mom overhears The Cannon's expletive-laden rant, she tells her daughter to request a new partner.
The league suspends the Cannon from the team after video surfaces of him being insensitive towards the kids. Terry has to change her father's old school ways of thinking and try to re-unite him with the team.
The Cannon decides to spend Christmas with his buddies, even though Terry wants a special family holiday; Danny asks the team for help with a Christmas gift for his mom.
Terry runs against Dick for the position of league president; The Cannon teaches Danny about the importance of being a leader.
After Danny gets teased, the Cannon tries to toughen up the team; birthday party planning tests Terry and Lulu's friendship.
The Cannon and Dick are sent to sensitivity training after an incident at practice; when Dudley's parents forget to pick him up, Terry takes a special interest in him.
Danny takes the team trick-or-treating; Lulu tries to teach Terry to celebrate Halloween as an adult; The Cannon lets his competitive streak get the best of him during a visit to the cemetery.
The Cannon and Dick try to sabotage Terry's relationship with a new guy; Danny lets other kids cheat off his test.
Danny changes his persona after the Cannon tells him that girls are attracted to bad boys; Terry plans a wild night out with Lulu.
Terry looks for a girlfriend for the Cannon.
Terry is determined to find a job and get out from under her father's roof; The Cannon tries to help the Angles overcome their fear of being hit by the ball; secrets surround an unused bedroom and bathroom in the house.
As hard as Terry tries to keep Danny away from the sports-driven lifestyle of her youth, Danny wants to play Little League. His stunning lack of baseball skills makes him the laughing stock of the baseball field.
In the first season of this winning new comedy, single mom Terry must learn to "play ball" with her grouchy, ex-athlete father as she coaches her son's underdog Little League team.
After an incident at Angles practice, The Cannon and Dick are sent to safety and sensitivity training. Meanwhile, Terry takes special interest in Dudley when his parents forget to pick him up after practice. When Terry finds out his parents are getting a divorce, she's determined to make sure he isn't neglected.
She eats their pizza. She washes her flip-flops in their dishwasher. She coughs into their laundry. She's a catch.
The Cannon gives the Angles a pep talk, much to Terry's dismay. The kids actually make some pretty good rebuttal points. And then they discuss the movie Titanic.
The Cannon tells Danny that girls like bad boys, so Danny decides to give it a try in his pursuit of Vanessa.
Danny goes rogue.
Dick's secret weapon.
The Cannon uses a baseball bat to stick up for his grandson, Danny. Or so he thinks.
Sydney's insecurities about how she is perceived resurface when the bratty daughter of an important client becomes their intern.
Danny and Michael are having a joint birthday party this year: Dancing with the Stars meets paintball.
The two men square off during a league-mandated safety class. Take note: A safety bubble will not protect you from a baseball bat.
The man whose wife is buried next to The Cannon's adds some flair to her grave, and The Cannon takes it as showboating.
Dick gives Terry the lowdown on her new crush, and also fires and unfires both Terry and another employee -- all while wearing a fake mustache.
Single mom Terry (Maggie Lawson) agrees to coach a Little League team after she and her baseball-challenged son move in with her cantankerous dad (James Caan) in a winning new comedy!
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