Stress causes Max to eat everything in sight; Polly helps Julian navigate his feelings for his new girlfriend.
When Polly's attempt at a second job fails, she decides to go back to school.
Natalie talks Polly into helping Julian find a date.
Max and Elaine offer to baby-sit Natalie so Polly can spend time with Scott, but complications arise when Natalie goes missing.
In an attempt to deal with her parents' divorce, Natalie creates an imaginary bully.
Polly and her family celebrate the Oscars -- their favorite event; Polly tries to impress a former classmate.
When Polly is confined to the couch after a back injury, Max and Elaine help out with Natalie.
Polly leaves her husband and takes her daughter with her to move back in with her parents.
They say it takes a village to raise a child, but in Polly's case, this village is on fire, and although her ex-husband Julian's intentions are good, he doesn't exactly help extinguish the flames. But through figuring out how to live with her dysfunctional family, Polly realizes she might even be able to learn a few helpful things about herself.
I think that's a good idea.
Can you buy me a goat?
What's that Sound?
Please don't let her drink her own pee.
Natalie is having trouble dealing with a bully at school.