A teenage boy deals with growing up in a predominantly female household in this generic sitcom.
Already the one who does most of the chores around the house, Andrew also endures a bossy new girlfriend, Gwen. His sisters chide him for behaving passively with a woman, but Andrew claims to be happy. Julia worries that Andrew is confused about male and female roles because she is overbearing and he has no father figure. Finally, Andrew goes to Gwen's house to assert what he wants, angering her. Andrew resents the girls getting involved and ruining his relationship. After another talk with Julia, Andrew returns to Gwen and works out a fair arrangement for both of them.
Andrew and Keith plan to create a Web site selling inside information on what women want from men. They want to sell it to Bob, a very successful businessman and good friend of Andrew's deceased father. However, after the guys get excited about the idea, Bob informs them that he will buy it after they attend business school. Later, Andrew and Keith take a standardized personality test to determine their future careers. Andrew is disappointed to learn that he is qualified to be an aroma-therapist. Andrew gets upset when Bob seems to pursue Julia romantically. After Andrew disrupts Bob and Julia's date in a coffee shop, Julia explains to him and Bob that she does not want to date anyone right now. Later, she tells Andrew that he is going to have to accept that she will date men. She also informs him, to his delight, that his test scores are identical to his father's.