We meet Jules, a woman who in her twenties took on marriage and a baby instead of experiencing the dating scene. Now in her forties, she finds herself as a divorcee and eager to live the dating scene that she missed.
With the help of her friend, Laurie, her younger co-worker who wants to show Jules to go out there and have fun; Ellie, her sarcastic, married and content to her average but lovable husband Andy. There’s also her family, her ex-husband Bobby and her son Travis, who will test her patience, and her new fortysomething divorced neighbor Gray, who doesn’t believe that Jules can date again.
Into the Great Wide Open
Jules tries to party hard like a twentysomething and ends up looking like a total fool, when even her best friend Ellie, told her not to do it.
Don’t Do Me Like That
Jules family and friends crash the 10th date with her new boyfriend, Josh. Ellie and Laurie help Jules realize that it’s ok to be selfish once in a while, when Jules has a disastrous experience in bed with Josh. Meanwhile, Jules left Travis with his dad Bobby, who has to be responsible and deal with his son.
I Won’t Back Down
Jules accidently tells Grayson he’s hot, she tries to get him to admit she is sexy too. Jules uncovers Grayson’s weakness. Meanwhile, Ellie feels unattractive after the birth of Stan.
You Wreck Me
Jules hates the day when her ex-husband, Bobby, and Grayson become friends over a golf lesson that she organized to help boost Bobby’s self esteem. Meanwhile, Laurie surprises everyone even herself when she takes on a new client to prove her worth to Jules.
A Woman In Love (It’s Not Me)
Josh tells Jules he’s in love with her, and Jules decide it’s time to break things off with him. Unfortunately Jules is not good in ending relationships, but her friends Laurie and Ellie walk her through it. Meanwhile, the guys Bobby, Grayson and Andy hit the links with money and pride on the line.
Don’t Come Around Here No More
Jules hesitantly goes out on a date with an older man just to be away from her usual companions: her friends, her ex-husband, and her son. Grayson makes a bet with Jules that she can’t go through a day without anyone by her side.
Mad because her two best friends don’t get along, Jules tries to have fun at her birthday. She finally convinces Ellie and Laurie to go with her on a wild birthday weekend, and they accept. But Jules encounters her nemesis with her flirtatious husband.
Here Comes My Girl
Jules plan for a romanctic dinner for two backfires for Thanksgiving. Travis shows off his girlfriend Kylie to everyone. Jules gives Travis and Kylie advice on birth control. Bobby and Grayson bond over a common interest.
Scott Foley gest stars as Jeff, a very wealthy potential home buyer who is interested in one of Jules overpriced homes. Meanwhile, Ellie with reserves leaves the baby with Andy for a day to prove that she trusts in him.
Dr. Amy Evans is the meanest but the best dermatologist in town, therefore Jules and Ellie do anything to get an appointment with her despite the harsh ridicule. But when Jules finds out that Dr. Evans is dating Bobby, and Jules is determined to stand up to her and protect him. Meanwhile, Travis starts working for Barb but turns out that is more that what he bargained for.
When the relationship between Jules and her boyfriend start to heat up, Jules starts to get scared. Meanwhile, Laurie seeks diversion sex with an unsuspecting friend and Andy spills the beans about his big secret.
Stop Dragging My Heart Around
After her breakup with Jeff, Jules turns to Bobby for some cheering up. But when a bottle of wine leads to a passionate kiss, will they agree it was only a casual meaningless kiss? Meanwhile, Laurie discovers a thing that both Jules and Grayson have in common, while Travis plans with Kylie don’t go as planned.
All the Wrong Reasons
A hot tennis instructor gets between Ellie and Jules, while Laurie turns to Travis for advice, and Andy and Grayson try to cheer up Bobby after a fresh heartbreak over Jules.
When a Kid Goes Bad
Everyone makes plans for Valentine’s Day, expect Jules and Grayson who debate the merits of this holiday. Meanwhile, Bobby and Jules are not so sure to let Travis go to a party where he will undoubtedly be drinking, Ellie tries to triumph as alpha dog over Grayson, and Laurie meets Smith’s dad.
What Are You Doin’ In My Life?
Laurie needs a co-signer to buy her first condo and her absent mother is no help at all. Meanwhile, Bobby is mugged by a woman and Travis comes to Barb’s help after her latest cosmetic surgery procedure.
Counting on You
Jules tries to prove to Grayson that men and women can be just friends without any sexual tension. Meanwhile, with Jules encouragement, Andy buys a motorcycle from Laurie, without telling Ellie, and Travis goes with Bobby on a man-trip for some “noodling”, only to be mortified by the discovery of what noodling actually means.
Turn This Car Around
Sheryl Crow guest stars as Sara, a confident wine representative, who sets her sights on Grayson, but is he strong enough to be with her? Meanwhile, Ellie tells Jules that she cannot change something about her because of her age and Jules tries to prove her wrong by not drinking for a month. While Bobby’s new dog is Andy’s competition.
Grayson introduces Sara to Jules and company. Jules likes Sara from the start and when Grayson is overly attentive with her, Jules warns him to back off before Sara runs away. Meanwhile, Jules new main house attraction is her perfect new bathroom with a “talking toilet”. Grayson finally finds inspiration with the help of Sara for his new song.
Wake Up Time
Jules is thrilled to console Travis after his first break-up, but when she discovers the reason for the break-up, she comes to an unwelcome truth about herself. Meanwhile, Sara watches Jules and tries to decide whether she is a threat to hers and Grayson relationship. She turns to Ellie for advice, while Andy looks for any resemblance between his son Stan and himself.
Letting You Go
Jules struggles with the news that Travis was accepted to two of his college choices and now he must decide between California and a school 20 minutes from home. Grayson is there for Jules in this times. Meanwhile, Smith returns from law school and Laurie considers her feelings for him, while Andy wants to do whatever he wants in his house and not be commanded by Ellie’s rules.
Feel a Whole Lot Better
Jules and Grayson consider being FWB “friends with benefits”. Meanwhile, Andy hires a nanny to help Ellie, and Travis benefits from Bobby’s new plan.
Jules encourages Travis to submit a graduation speech. When she reads the speech without Travis’ permission and with Grayson’s warning, she’s crushed when she is not mentioned in it. Meanwhile, Ellie does something nice for Laurie, and Bobby tries to be suportive of Travis on his big day and not embarrass him.
Jules and Grayson make a plan to tell Bobby that they are officially dating, and Travis sees a truly angry woman when the forgets his seven-month anniversary with Kylie.