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The Millers follows Nathan Miller, a recently divorced local roving news reporter looking forward to living the singles life until his parents' marital problems unexpectedly derail his plans. After Nathan finally breaks the news of his divorce to his parents Carol and Tom, his father is inspired to follow suit and stuns the family when he leaves his wife of 43 years. Already in shock, Nathan is even more aghast when his meddlesome mom decides to move in with him. Meanwhile, his absent-minded dad imposes upon Nathan's sister Debbie, her husband Adam and their daughter. Nathan's best friend and news cameraman Ray was excited to be Nathan's wingman in the dating scene, but Carol manages to even cramp his style. Now, as Nathan and his sister settle in with their truly impossible parents, they both wonder just how long the aggravating adjustment period is going to last.
Nathan and his sister, Debbie, are upset when their parents announce they're divorcing after 43 years of marriage. However, that's nothing compared to the panic they feel when Carol, their intrusive mother, announces that she's moving in with Nathan, while Tom, their easily distracted father, is moving in with Debbie.
When Carol dictates that it's time to rearrange the family's positions in the Millers cemetery plot because of the two divorces, Nathan needs to approach his ex-wife, Janice, to ask her to sign back her space to the family.
Nathan and Debbie trade parents when they each think the other sibling has it easier.
When Carol finds out that Nathan is seeing a therapist, she secretly makes an appointment for herself in order to find out what's going on.
It's Halloween, and Nathan, Debbie and Adam take Mikayla trick-or-treating to the house of an old woman who everyone in the neighborhood thinks is a witch. Meanwhile, Nathan and Debbie are furious when they discover Carol lied about what really happened to their pet parrot they thought flew away when they were kids.
Nathan hatches a plan to get his parents back together by showing them all of their sentimental family possessions in the hopes it will make them remember the good times they've had.
When Carol finds out that Tom never had "the talk" with Nathan about the birds and the bees, she insists it's not too late to gather the family together and do it now.
When Nathan helps Carol set up her profile on an Internet dating site, he and Ray get so excited about one of her potential suitors, they start corresponding with him, pretending to be Carol.
When Nathan learns why Debbie is Tom's favorite child instead of him, he decides it's time to fill his parents in on some of Debbie's childhood secrets.
When Carol's overbearing mother and father announce they're coming to visit for Christmas, Carol recruits Nate and Tom to cover up their failed relationships and present a happy facade. However, Nate begins to believe the lie, and considers getting back together with his ex, Janice.
When Debbie suspects Nathan and Carol of secretly reading her diary, she and Adam plant a fake entry about Tom in order to prove it.
Nathan learns to appreciate Carol's incessant rants after he mimics one of them at work and is rewarded with his own news segment to complain on the air. But when his tirades lack the flair and fervor of his mother's, he secretly devises ways to keep her irritated in order to get new material.
When Nathan gets frustrated after he's forced to drive Carol around town for errands once again, he demands that she either learn how to drive or find another chauffeur. But when Debbie volunteers Adam to drive Carol, everyone's surprised when they form an unexpected bond.
Nathan is determined to finally, just once, surprise the "unsurpriseable" Carol on her birthday.
Nathan asks Tom to spend the weekend with him in the hopes of finding something they have in common. Also, while Debbie and Adam are out of town at a vegetarian convention, Carol stays with Mikayla and accidentally turns her upraising upside-down.
Just as Nathan begins to unwind on his vacation in the Bahamas, Carol's surprise appearance gets him riled up all over again until they meet Ganja Pete. Meanwhile, Debbie is upset with Adam when she learns that he used to write love songs for the special girls in his life when he was younger.
Nathan's excitement at scoring a ticket for himself and a guest to a dinner with President Obama turns to dread when he has to pick one of his family members to be his "plus one".
Worried that his mother has made him feel like he's better than other people, Nathan befriends a hopeless co-worker, Doug, who turns out to be a social outcast and more than Nathan knows how to handle. Meanwhile, Tom and Adam argue about who's smarter and take an online test to find out.
Nathan tries to date his mother's dentist in secret after Carol adds her to the Miller Family Blacklist for charging her a $75 cancellation fee for being late to her appointment. Meanwhile, Carol goes to great lengths to get her money back, and Tom can't figure out why he keeps waking up with gum stuck in his hair.
When Nathan pitches a children's show to his boss, Ed Dolan, based on Tom's imaginary comic book, Tom has an adverse reaction to the tweaks made to his cherished world.
When Tom proudly tells the family he's dating a much younger woman, Nathan goes undercover to spy on him and make sure his father isn't being scammed by a gold digger.
Nathan introduces his boss, Ed Dolan, to Tom in hopes they'll hit it off and hang out together, but surprisingly, Dolan only has eyes for Carol.
Carol has the worst Mother's Day ever when Nathan forgets to get her a present.
Sean Hayes(Kip Withers)
Margo Martindale(Carol Miller)
Will Arnett(Nathan Miller)
Beau Bridges(Tom Miller)
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