Exploring the world outside of Hidden Hills, the Bird- Kersees head to the city to see a Broadway musical which in turn inspires Larry to put on one of his own. Everything goes well until the fancy footwork slips up Dick and they call 9-1-1 - instead of going to Marty and Debbie.moreless
The Bird-Kersees get Marty to teach them to drive a car, they can fly a space ship so how difficult can driving be. Amber decides to use a Driver's Ed teacher instead of her dad, a decision she soon regrets.moreless
In Hidden Hills, Halloween has always been viewed as a threat, so each year they put a barrier to keep the trick-or-treaters out. The Weavers though are extremely excited about their first Halloween in the suburbs and want to let the costumed children in. For the first time, the Weaver children rebel against the family costume traditions and go their own way.moreless
Marty and Debbie take it upon themselves to prepare Dick and Reggie for their first day of human school but their anti-bullying advice creates more havoc than anyone could have expected. To top it all off, Larry and Jackie are tired of the endless parenting tips from Marty and Debbie.moreless
When a wedding invitation arrives June gets very sad; Chloe decides to try to raise June's confidence; June's new found confidence gets her into trouble.
June moves to Manhattan to follow her dream job and the most perfect apartment, but they both disappear in seconds after her arrival, thanks to a CEO from the Bernie Madoff School of Embezzlement. Without anywhere to live or work, June seems to turn her luck around when she gets hired at a coffee shop and meets Chloe, a charming, vivacious roommate without any morals. Chloe soon spends all of June savings, but she and her snarky friend, James Van Der Beek, come to learn that June is not as dumb as they thought. June turns the tables on Chloe, who is so shocked about it that she accepts June into her group of friends. June, with the help of her new friends, might just learn how to survive in New York City.moreless