A funny family friendly show that follows father and son as they move to a new town, make new friends and clash heads with schoolyard bullies and an overbearing mayor.
Brian moves to Bailey's Path with his Dad, Paul. Instantly Brian makes new friends in Brian Jr and Keith, and enemies in Jamie and Eric.
Brian not only doesn't take to Jamie's offer of friendship, but he falls for his girlfriend, Vanessa, who maybe kinda falls for Brian too.
Keith blackmails his way into getting the fellas drive-thru when Jamie extract revenge on Brian, kid style.
Paul didn't expect his first meeting with the Mayor to be at his home, late at night or so threatening when Brian and Paul play host to Travis and Jamie.
It's speech day, a day that brings out the best in the youth of Bailey's Path, so when Keith is accused of plagiarism it's an adventure hearing where his speech actually came from.
An innocent walk home between Brian and Vanessa sparks a town wide search for the missing "couple".
While the girls watch a romantic comedy, Brian Keith and Junior act out a heist film of their own as they try and bring and end to the snack scam run by Jamie, Eric and Kellem.
Junior finds himself caught in the middle of Brian and Keith's first fight when Brian follows some bad advice from his "uncle" Matt.
The Daily Bailey has a negative front page story on Paul that leads to tensions between Brian and Keith and gives Jamie a chance to get back at Brian.
Jamie orchestrates a trade with Brian out on the pier, Brian's secret file on Vanessa for the evidence about the snack scam, but double-crossing a double-cross leaves everyone empty handed.
It's takes a lot more than a couple bullies and a bass drum to keep Brian from apologizing to Vanessa - and it takes a fake emergency to get Lynn some alone time with Paul.
Feuds come to a head when the tape recorder holding evidence about the snack scam also holds damaging evidence about the Mayor, and it's present at a super secret town hall meeting between the adults that the kids get caught sneaking into.