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President Dale Gilchrist must deal with his son Skip who keeps messing things up, while a South American leader visits. Meanwhile, First Lady Emily tries to earn the appreciation of her stepdaughter Becca, who, meanwhile, has important news she needs to tell her father.
Word gets out on Becca's pregnancy. Skip gets her to relax, as Emily distracts Xander and Marigold so they can be told by Becca.
President Gilchrist holds a ball for a very unlikable senator. Skip meanwhile asks a mailroom clerk to the ball.
President Gilchrist locates the father of Becca's baby and Skip tries to get Becca and him together. Meanwhile, the Austrian Chancellor visits.
Skip cannot decide on who to agree with when he goes out to talk to protestors. Also, Emily helps Xander run for student body president, and Becca has a hard time coping with her future.
President Gilchrist's brother Doug visits, and Emily must be a peacemaker between the two. Also, Becca prepares for an interveiw and Skip, after whitnessing a White House tour, decides to lead his own tour.
The Gilchrists head to a ranch so Dale can clear his head. Skip and Becca struggle over relationships while Marigold and Xander struggle over the loss of technology.
Skip starts an official podcast of the White House, but he makes a discovery. Also, Becca interferes with Emily's parenting decision involving Marigold and her academic future.
Emily tries to make sure Skip and Stacey's date goes well, Becca and DB paint a mural, and Dale and Xander play Risk.
Skip only needs to complete one more assignment to earn his college diploma, so Emily encourages him. Meanwhile, Becca tries to get her voice heard, and Marshall tries to get some alone time.
Dale and Emily try to spice up their love life, which leaves Skip to watch the kids.
The Princess of Andorra visits and wants Skip to be her escort, Becca and DB prepare to be parents, and Emily hangs out with some friends.
President Gilchrist and Emily's marriage ends up in the spotlight. Meanwhile, Becca and DB receive surprising news.