Vinnie meets his favorite comic book author, also a single parent, and sets up a playdate for Wendell and the man's aggressive son. However, as the boys become buddies, Vinnie's new bromance loses steam.
Vinnie takes a road trip with "The Toad," a friend from his past, which takes a very wrong turn. Meanwhile, Wendell stays with Wilma, who makes him realize he may have taken Vinnie's easygoing ways for granted.
Vinnie's laidback life takes an unexpected turn when he suddenly becomes the guardian of his super intelligent 12-year-old nephew, Wendell. Immediately, the two complete opposites clash, but they soon learn they may need each other more than they think!
Wendell becomes head of the dance committee and enlists help to make it the most successful Hines Middle School social event ever. As Vinnie re-connects with a former crush, Taryn sees him in a whole new light
Vinnie brings Wendell to work hoping he'll love it, but instead Wendell changes it into everything Vinnie hates. Wilma takes Taryn's hip-hop class and learns she's a drill sergeant, oddly compelling Wilma to earn her respect.
When Vinnie meets a girl who's way out of his intellectual league, he uses Wendell's "smart guy" talking points to impress her. Meanwhile, Wendell has to pretend that everything in Vinnie's man-child apartment belongs to him.
To beat out his main competitor for a piece of movie history, Vinnie forces Wendell to lie for him. To get even, Wendell hawks Vinnie's prized possession without realizing its full value, and now must find a way to get it back.
Wendell and Vinnie try to locate the mystery owner of a tote bag they found, but Vinnie learns Wendell doesn't respect his intellectual contribution to the team. Vinnie must solve the mystery first to earn Wendell's respect.
Vinnie feels guilty for shirking his responsibility of watching a sick Wendell.
Wendell befriends a lonely student from Holland, Jann. But when Jann abandons Wendell for a cooler crowd, Vinnie decides to help Wendell win him back by putting them in a situation where they're forced to spend time together.
Wendell asks Vinnie for help convincing the PTA to build a school garden, and Vinnie soon discovers PTA politics. Vinnie and Wilma learn this was the dream of Wendell and his mom, and go to any lengths to help him fulfill it.
When Wendell gets caught up with a snobby group of Magnet school kids, Vinnie struggles to be a better disciplinarian at the urging of his judgmental father.
Vinnie's plan to teach Wendell to love baseball backfires when Wendell chooses to root for Vinnie's arch rivals.
What 12-year-old kid actually enjoys receiving underwear as a gift? Wendell! And that's not all that's different between him and his laidback Uncle Vinnie. Get ready for nonstop laughs with these two complete opposites!
Get ready for more unexpected events and laugh-out-loud moments with Wendell and Vinnie, two complete opposites! As Wendell tries to make it through the every day craze of middle school, Vinnie attempts to get this whole parenting thing down.
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