Mike and his newsroom nemesis Susan compete to see who can best cover the Sochi Olympic games.
Mike and Annie think they've found their BFF couple; Eve tries to remake herself.
When Mike misses a major story under his nose, he wonders if he's still got it; Harris and Leigh hook up. Richard Kind guest stars.
Mike helps Harris celebrate his journalism award, while Annie preps for the ultimate safe sleepover.
The Christmas spirit is kept alive through rivalry, fake Santas, and Sting.
When their parents come for Thanksgiving, Mike (Michael J. Fox) struggles with his dad’s “no coddling” policy, while Leigh (Katie Finneran) warns Annie (Betsy Brandt) about her mom’s constant meddling. Guest starring Charles Grodin and Candice Bergen.
When Mike (Michael J. Fox) discovers Ian (Conor Romero) is going to homecoming with his high school girlfriend (guest star Alice Kremelberg), he tries to convince him to reconsider college. Annie (Betsy Brandt) becomes jealous when she realizes Eve (Juliette Goglia) has been confiding in Leigh (Katie Finneran) instead of her. Graham (Jack Gore) seeks revenge after Mike and Annie throw away his old toys.
Mike’s (Michael J. Fox) love for Leigh (Katie Finneran) is tested when a bed bug infestation forces her to move in with his family. At the same time, Mike prepares for a big interview with Governor Chris Christie, while Eve (Juliette Goglia) regrets playing a practical joke on Ian (Conor Romero).
When Mike (Michael J. Fox) and Annie (Betsy Brandt) take a romantic weekend away at a charity golf tournament, Ian (Conor Romero) and Eve (Juliette Goglia) rent out the apartment to make some extra cash. After Leigh's (Katie Finneran) date cancels on her, she has a "date night" with Graham (Jack Gore) instead.
Annie (Betsy Brandt) learns that Mike (Michael J. Fox) apologized to a stranger for her hotheaded behavior by claiming she’s mentally ill. Leigh (Katie Finneran) adopts a puppy and then leaves Eve (Juliette Goglia) in charge.
Mike’s (Michael J. Fox) plan to get closer to Eve (Juliette Goglia) through an internship at the station backfires when she’s poached by his nemesis, Susan Rodriguez Jones (guest star Anne Heche). As Ian (Conor Romero) looks for an intern for his internet startup, Annie (Betsy Brandt) struggles with giving Leigh (Katie Finneran) an honest appraisal of her young adult novel.
As he and Annie (Betsy Brandt) vie to interest Graham (Jack Gore) in their favorite hobbies, Mike (Michael J. Fox) is shocked when his longtime nemesis is hired to anchor the evening news. Guest starring Anne Heche.
Mike (Michael J. Fox) and Annie (Betsy Brandt) are thrilled about Eve’s (Juliette Goglia) newfound excitement for a photography class – until they discover the racy subject matter. After Ian (Conor Romero) and his girlfriend, Reese (guest star Alice Kremelberg), get in a fight, Harris (Wendell Pierce) and Leigh (Katie Finneran) try to give them both advice. Graham (Jack Gore) overhears Mike say the best way to smooth over a fight is to admit blame and tries to use this advice to get away with anything.
At Annie's (Betsy Brandt) request, Mike (Michael J. Fox) confronts a noisy (and attractive) upstairs neighbor (guest star Tracy Pollan), who seems to develop a bit of a crush on him. Though Annie thinks it's cute, Mike refuses to admit he enjoys the added attention. To Eve’s (Juliette Goglia) chagrin, Ian (Conor Romero) tries to court her new friend from school. After enjoying the perks of being mistaken for a single mom during a day out with Graham (Jack Gore), Leigh (Katie Finneran) considers letting the ruse play out a little longer.
One of NY's most beloved news anchors, Mike Henry (Michael J. Fox, "Spin City", "Family Ties"), put his career on hold to spend more time with his family and focus on his health after he was diagnosed with Parkinson's. But now five years later, with the kids busy growing up and Mike growing restless, it just might be time for him to get back to work. Having never wanted Mike to leave in the first place, his old boss Harris Green (Wendell Pierce, "Treme", "The Wire") jumped at the chance to get him back on TV. The trick, as it's always been, was to make Mike think it was his idea. After several - okay, many - failed attempts, Mike's family, anxious to see him out of the house, finally succeeded in getting him to "run into" Green. Now their plan is in motion. He'll be back to juggling home, family and career, just like the old days - only better.
Mike's lack of sleep catches up to him when he lands an interview with Chris Christie and can't keep his eyes open.
Everyone on the Michael J. Fox show has a unique way of expressing his or her individuality.
Mike realizes that he needs to step in as it relates to the Homecoming dance.
Kate Finneran talks about this week's guest star, Sting, and her Christmas memories.
Only newsman Mike Henry can find a major news story in the middle of a simple home dishwasher installation.
Michael J. Fox and his guest star (and wife) Tracy Pollan talk about how the show's themes reflect their real lives.
Mike's plan to cheer up Harris with a party backfires Malcolm-Jamal Warner and Domenick Lombardozzi guest star.
Michael J. Fox and Sting talk about their upcoming episode and their Christmas traditions.
Mike's investigative instincts may be a bit rusty, but they're far from gone.
The men try to move the table.
Mike's wife Annie has a style all her own.
Mike and Susan find out who's going to the Olympics.
Mike wonders how he can escape his role as Leigh's benefactor.
Troubled that the kids are outgrowing him and Annie, Mike cooks up a plan to get Ian back into the college swing.
Leigh saves Mike and Harris from revealing their web of lies.
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