When Blair chooses Byron over Rachel for Career Day, tensions in the family rise. Owen tries to play peacemaker and encourages Rachel to tell Blair how she feels.
Owen doesn’t have the heart to tell his dad that he has outgrown an embarrassing birthday tradition, while Blair learns that Owen is now friends with her ex-best friend Ruth.
When Blair gets in trouble at school, Rachel insists that she and Byron reverse roles. She puts Byron in charge of Blair’s punishment while Rachel becomes the fun parent with Owen.
Rachel is being honored for her service to veterans, but Blair is disinterested in attending the award ceremony. Rachel confronts her and learns the root of Blair’s behavior.
Owen and Blair convince Byron and Rachel to let them stay home alone for the first time without a babysitter, freeing the parents up to go on their first date since the wedding.
Owen and Blair compete against each other in a karate tournament, forcing Byron and Rachel into the awkward position of supporting both kids without choosing sides.
After an argument about who caused the destruction of the radio booth, the Bennett-Blatts gets stuck in an elevator. Eventually each member confesses to their part in the mess.
Blair and Owen become enamored with the family’s new high-tech talking toilet. Rachel and Byron try to prove to their kids that they're still cool enough to hang out with.
When Rachel's old army buddy, Caleb, comes to stay with the family for a few days, his exhausting GI Joe-like personality irritates Blair, while Byron starts to feel inadequate.
Blair and Owen are forced to share a room when Gator gets in a fight with his mom and moves into the Bennett-Blatt house for a few days, putting the kids on edge.
Owen auditions for the school musical but quickly develops a severe case of stage fright. Blair's toothache leads her to the dentist where she and Byron confront their worst fears.
Owen volunteers to tutor the school's star basketball player, Big Jim, so that he can pass an upcoming test and be eligible to play in the game. Things don't go as planned.
The Bennett-Blatts are stranded at the radio station when a blizzard causes the roads to be closed. When the power goes out, the family sees who can tell the scariest ghost story.
With his high school reunion fast approaching, Gator worries about impressing his former classmates, so he enlists the help of the Bennett-Blatts to pose as his family.
Owen lets Blair talk him into borrowing Byron’s autographed sneakers to impress the kids at school. When the shoes get ruined, the kids go to great lengths to secure a new pair.
The Bennett-Blatts are invited to be contestants on “Family Squabbles,” a game show that tests a family’s knowledge of one another.
Owen has to decide whether to cancel a fundraising event he planned for the school and refund all the money he’s raised, or let the party (and his reputation) go up in flames.
When the radio station owner unexpectedly comes to town and fires Byron, Blair and Owen try to get him to change his mind.
Owen and Blair step in for Byron as the morning DJs when Byron must report to court for jury duty. Much to everyone's surprise, they are a hit, especially with young listeners.
Blair is accused of vandalism at school, and is put on trial in "student court." Owen acts as her defense attorney, while Ruth is assigned to the prosecution.
Rachel is excited to go on a family boating trip, but things don't go as planned when the boat runs out of fuel and a storm approaches.