Andy considers auditioning for the school musical, so Alice gets really involved and learns the emotional highs and lows of being a parent. Meanwhile, Dora creates her own feminist musical when she doesn't like the underlying message of Andy's show.
Andy has a hard time finding a prom date while Dora keeps turning away a guy who persistently asks her, but Alice tries to convince her to go. Meanwhile, Ben struggles to deal with kids growing up and tries to scare away Dora's date.
Ben's divorce hits trouble when his ex-wife meets Alice. Also: Alice tries to prove herself as a good influence for Dora, Andy and Bunny while Andy and Dora try to pit their parents against each other for their own benefit.
Alice and Ben agree that Alice should start sleeping over when the kids are there. Ben’s three kids seem OK with notion. In the end, Andy is the one most emotionally affected when facing the new family dynamic.
Alice (Jenna Elfman) has her life turned upside-down when she falls for the love of her life Ben (Stephen Schneider)— an adorable, quick-witted divorced father with three kids. But when she ignores her fears of commitment and her ability to mother, Imaginary Mary, her childhood invention (voiced by Rachel Dratch), comes back to life to express Alice’s deepest fears and add more chaos to the situation.
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