Mike sets Mandy up with Kyle, one of his employees, but Kyle accidentally meets Kristin instead.
Against Mike's wishes, the family decides to baby-proof the house.
When Mike's behavior at Grandparents Day gets his grandson kicked out of preschool, he is forced to take the child to work with him; Vanessa tries to look more youthful.
Mike takes Boyd trick-or-treating, against Kristin's wishes; Mike meets Ed's lady friend, Elvira.
The Outdoor Man's softball team holds a vote to decide if they will go coed; Kristin thinks about her own future as she helps Mandy fill out college applications.
Vanessa asks Mike to be the one who says "no" to Mandy when she wants to try out for a modeling show, since he usually says "yes" to his daughters for everything.
After a neighbor's home is broken into, Vanessa puts together a neighborhood watch program; Mike finds himself in trouble after getting caught up in some gossip.
Mike establishes new, strict house rules after Kyle accidentally falls asleep in Kristin's room.
Mike is surprised to learn he shares similar interests with a new neighbor; Mandy plots revenge after catching her boyfriend in a lie.
Mike's Christmas spirit gets dampened when Ryan, the father of Kristen's baby, unexpectedly comes back to town after a long absence. Meanwhile, Ed hires Mandy as an elf at Outdoor Man, where she tries to unionize the other elves to get better perks.
Mike is impressed when Mandy starts an Internet campaign to keep Ed's favorite barber shop alive. Meanwhile, Vanessa struggles to work a job and keep the house in order.
Vanessa wonders if Mike is feeling tied down now that he spends more time at home. Meanwhile, Kristin and Eve think Mandy’s decision to become a vegan is another one of her passing phases. Guest starring Tony Hawk!
Mike learns Ed hired his daughter -- guest star Jamie-Lynn Sigler (The Sopranos, Entourage) -- to replace him as Outdoor Man's marketing consultant; Mike and Eve bring home a stray dog.
Vanessa blames Mike when she finds out they were not invited to a neighbor's party; Eve accidentally damages Mandy's car.
Ed keeps borrowing money from Kyle because he doesn't carry cash.
Mandy gets to meet Kim Kardashian.
Tony Stewart does publicity for Mike's store, making Mike nostalgic for his days working on the road. Meanwhile, Vanessa questions whether she's lost her adventurous spirit since becoming a mother.
Mike's father and brother arrive in town and want to bid on constructing a new Outdoor Man store, reigniting a sibling rivalry between the brothers. Meanwhile, the girls help their grandfather enter the world of online dating.
A teenage prankster gets hurt on the Baxter's property, and the Baxters get a bill for his injuries. Meanwhile, Kristin's busy schedule gets more challenging when she begins taking college courses.
Mandy's new boyfriend, Terrence, is an animal rights activist who clashes with Mike; Kyle makes a discovery.
After Mike and Ed invite Kyle to join the team for The Outdoor Man's annual sports competition, they have second thoughts, since his non-athletic ways might earn their team yet another loss. Meanwhile Vanessa tries to explain herself when she is overheard saying she didn't want to attend Eve's soccer game and Mandy's school play.
When Mike's dad, Bud (Robert Forster), moves to town to be the builder on the new Outdoor Man store, Vanessa is concerned that some of Bud's well-intentioned ways might elevate Mike's high blood pressure.
When Mike realizes he unintentionally upstaged Vanessa's announcement about being nominated as the top volunteer school parent, his efforts to make it up to her might cause more harm than good. Meanwhile, Eve is afraid she won't fit in at high school; and Ed wants to release an Outdoor Man action figure inspired by Mike.
When Vanessa's sweet but flighty sister, April (Christina Moore), comes to visit, Mike knows she's only coming to ask for yet another loan. Mike would rather use any extra money they have to buy a tank so that he and Ed can take it to a junkyard to run over old cars and boats. Meanwhile, when Kristen and Kyle decide to break up, Kyle is more concerned with what Mike will think.