An overconfident female head-of-a-household as she struggles to regain a higher status for herself, and for her family of oddballs, after losing her job and moving from the rich side to the poor side of an Arkansas small town.
Cast: Rhea Seehorn, Jason Lee, Ryan Flynn, Tatiana Maslany, Nyima Funk, Brad Neely, Gary Anthony Williams, Joanna Hausmann, Chris Diamantopoulos, Lance Krall, Roberta Colindrez, John McConnell, VyVy Nguyen, Gabourey Sidibe, Tessa Skara, Mehar Sethi
The Harpers celebrate the Fourth of July at the River Creek Fourth Fest and it’s far from a relaxing holiday. Freddie consumes a questionable funnel cake and Debbie protects the neighborhood from a robbery or so she thinks.
Opposite personality traits become more apparent in the Harper family when Debbie and Freddie collaborate on a business idea and when Todd and Ollie search for a new toy on the market.
When Ollie believes everyone must consume a piece of President Barack Obama in order to save the town, Debbie worries about her gullibility. Todd is determined to stop Mayor Kelly Frakes' fracking expansion plan.
With her sister Brenna's questionable support, Debbie resorts to "baby talk" to make sales at Awning Con; Shauna Bradley scams an impressionable Freddie.
Debbie and Freddie find the perfect friends, but are annoyed when they turn out to be friend-stackers; Todd struggles to move on from the past.
Freddie, Todd and Ollie compete to find the perfect birthday gift for Debbie. Meanwhile, Debbie and her best friend, Tonya, see a brilliant, but illegal, business opportunity in a margarita food truck.
Debbie and Freddie's conflicting parenting styles become more apparent; Todd and Ollie compete in the "Leaf-A-Thon" at their new school.
Debbie Harper, her husband, Freddie, and their twins move into a Victorian fixer-upper on the poorer side of town and attempt to win over their new neighbors by hosting a WrestleMonium watch party.