Surviving Jack season 1
Recommended series for the whole family Surviving Jack reveals the all the familiar problem of fathers and children. Project’s actions are developed in the nineties when people still did not use devices intended for the transmission and reception of sound and new subspecies of modern computers. All the heroes of films fully comply with the external image of the people of those times. For today's youth these outfits may seem ridiculous. The hero of the series Jack Dunleavy the most common father who gives all his time to work. He has two children which is almost not involved. But as we know all the time. Joan wife of the main character goes to law school to get an education. Now, the father is fully responsible for the children. For Jack it's time to learn all the joys of fatherhood and parenting do. As it turned out, to educate not so easy especially when teenage son starts to impersonate an adult. It is in these days it is much easier to control the offspring because almost everyone has a mobile phone. Jack has no choice but to be strict in relation to the children so they listened a little. Viewers may seem rather strange methods of education used by Jack. However, the series is still worth seeing.
Surviving Jack season 1 episodes list:
Jack Dunlevy, a strict ex-military man, takes over raising the children while his wife returns to school. First up, his son Frankie is having girl problems while his daughter Rachel gets caught with her boyfriend in her room.
Frankie, George and Mikey ask Jack to coach them for varsity baseball tryouts, but little do they know what’s in store when Jack takes the training to the most intense level. Meanwhile, as the Dunlevy house becomes the cool hangout spot, Joanne crosses the line by getting too involved in Rachel’s love life.
Frankie tries to find the right moment to ask his crush Heather to the homecoming dance, but when he finally works up the courage, she's already said yes to someone else. Meanwhile, Jack punishes Rachel by making her drive George to school.
It's homecoming night, but Frankie is bummed that his crush, Heather, is promised to another date and Rachel is protesting the school's "No Grinding" policy. Meanwhile, with the kids out of the house, Jack and Joanne are planning a passionate night to themselves.
During an evening of inopportune timing, Frankie introduces his new girlfriend, Heather, to Joanne, who has just gotten her tubes tied and is still on pain medication. Instead of taking care of Joanne post-surgery, Jack has his hands full policing Frankie and Rachel. Meanwhile, George and Mikey try to retrieve a porn video they disguised in a "Casablanca" VHS case that has been placed into the wrong hands at the Dunlevy house.
In an effort to have Rachel more engaged in school and take her future seriously, Jack gets her a spot on the wrestling team, much to the chagrin of the wrestling coach. Meanwhile, Joanne realizes that Frankie is now too embarrassed to be seen with her during their annual mother-son trip.
Jack and Joanne are at odds with each other when both kids betray their trust - Frankie has his first taste of alcohol at a varsity baseball party, and Rachel wants to go on birth control.
Episode #8 Smells Like Teens Spirit
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