Duncan is an average 15-year-old boy with family and friends helping him navigate through adolescence.
Duncan gets kicked out of his friends' video game squad; Annie tries to make Jack throw out all his memorabilia cluttering the garage.
Annie ropes Duncan into her investigation of a criminal selling counterfeit goods. Jack ends up making Kimberly and Jing unhappyly ill in his attempt to be a cool dad.
The town celebrates its annual Witch Day, which involves pronouncing a mortified Duncan the 'town virgin' for the big ceremony, but he protests the celebration to impress Mia, who finds it sexist and barbaric. Meanwhile, Annie and Jack steal a dead woman's chili recipe to try and win the celebration's chili cook-off.
The family gets a smart fridge that makes Annie feel replaced - and is from an appliance company with questionable motives.
Jack and Annie visit a 1980s-themed club on their anniversary; Jing makes Duncan marry her; Kimberly acts out for attention.
Jack follows his dream of writing a rock opera when a sexy new plumber steals all of his customers, prompting him to quit his day job.
Annie gets her own public access court show after a confrontation with a rich resident who forced the Harrises from their favorite swimming spot.
When Jack and Annie decide to give the kids more responsibility, Duncan and Kimberly are sent on a trip to the grocery store, only to end up in Mexico.
Annie adopts Wolf when she feels unappreciated on Mother's Day; Jack tries to find Annie a rare flower to make amends.
Duncan runs for class president against Mia, but soon realizes the competition is more than he bargained for. Meanwhile, Kimberly participates in a cookie fundraiser. However, when she pulls a sneaky trick, she quickly learns what goes around, comes around.