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 have a new Chemistry partner meeting them called Lauren, but when she arrives she ignores the chemistry and asks Andrew on a date. After Andrew dates Lauren, he finds out that another girl, Kendall has been asking about him. He breaks up with Lauren using a stupid excuse. He then brings Kendall home, but Lauren is there, and both girls get upset with Andrew because of the way he treated Lauren. So he brings them both flowers individually and thinks he has solved the problem until they both find out that he gave the other flowers!