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Sydney to the Max centers around the experiences of a sociable, goodhearted middle schooler named Sydney Reynolds and her protective, doting – and sometimes clueless! – single dad Max as they navigate the challenges of growing up. Set during two timeframes, decades apart, flashback scenes to young Max and his best friend Leo in the 1990s parallel many of the funny predicaments Sydney and her BFF Olive get themselves into. VHS camcorders, bleached skater hair and other '90s-defining "relics" aside, Sydney and Max come to realize, aided by Sydney's kicky grandmother Judy, who's well-versed in Max's childhood antics, that they have more in common than either realizes.
The memory of her late mother and some long-forgotten advice helps Sydney rediscover her love of Christmas again, a holiday she has avoided ever since her mother passed away.
Sydney is excited when she makes the school's first girls fencing team; when she learns her dad helped Coach Carlock, Sydney fears she may have gotten on the team for the wrong reason.
The girls make a pact to go to the seventh-grade dance without dates; Sydney then finds herself in a pickle when Ned surprises her and asks her to the event.
Max is fed up with Sydney missing her curfew multiple times and grounds her right before the one-night-only Pop-Up cake museum that all of her friends are attending.
In an effort to save the planet, Sydney and her friends stage a student protest to convince the cafeteria to go green. Back in the '90s, Max and Leo fight to keep their school from getting rid of the junk food in the vending machines.
Sydney gets her first period, and when she has an accident at school, she's too upset and wants to sit out her bass solo at the school concert.
Sydney enters a songwriting contest and is named one of the three finalists who get to perform their song for pop star Ricky Angelo! The only catch, the producers want to make drastic changes to her song.
When Sydney and Olive accidentally destroy a very popular exhibit at the museum, their teacher Mrs. Harris is deemed at fault and in jeopardy of losing her job. The girls devise a plan to convince VP Virmani not to fire Mrs. Harris.
Sydney feels torn between spending time with her best friends and her fencing teammates. Can she be friends with both groups … or will she have to choose one?
Max is excited to be honored with The Heart of Portland Award for his philanthropic work, but everything goes awry when his estranged dad comes to visit.
Max is worried when a new smoothie shop creates competition for his business, and he discovers Sydney and her friends can't resist their popular flamingo drink. Back in the 90s, Leo's dad is worried the new laser tag place will threaten business for his arcade.
With only a month left in seventh grade, Sydney and her best friends are excited, but there's a hiccup when they learn that Emmy is having trouble and may not pass her history class.
On the last day of school, Syd reads through all the notes in her yearbook and notices an anonymous message from someone confessing that they have a crush on her!
It's Fourth of July weekend, and Max surprises Sydney, Olive and Sophia by renting the lake cabin where he spent his best summer as a kid.
Sydney hosts a slumber party with all of her friends, but the night takes a turn when Emmy and Sophia have a huge disagreement, reminiscent of when a pair of expensive sneakers came between Max and Leo in the 90s.
Sydney really wants to attend a Rock ‘n Roll summer camp but doesn't know how to tell her dad, especially since he just started a songwriter's night at the shop's café so she could work on her music.
Syd, Olive, Sophia and Emmy are excited that their design for the float honoring brave women was chosen for the annual Portland parade.
In trying to help Olive stand up to her brothers, Sydney learns sibling dynamics are more complicated than she thought.
Syd finds out her childhood best friend, Harry, is moving back to Portland. When Olive meets Harry, she thinks Harry is the perfect match for Sydney.
Grandma Judy gets to meet her favorite rock star, Davey Rogers.
Sydney is turning 13 and sets out to plan a sophisticated birthday party. Her plans remind Max of when he tried to organize his own surprise party for his thirteenth birthday back in the 90s.
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