18 To Life
Two 18-year-old neighbours get married on a dare. However, Tom Bellow and Jessie Hill intend to make their marriage last, showing their friends and family that their love is truly genuine. Watch as Tom and Jessie settle down, married with parents.
S01:E01 - A Modest Proposal
When an escalating game of truth-or-dare gets out of hand, eighteen-year-old Tom Bellow spontaneously proposes to Jessie Hill, the girl next door. Little does he realize Jessie's up for the challenge, and the two are suddenly engaged. Though Jessie's family seems disinterested, Tom's is another story. Using every arsenal at their disposal, Ben and Judith Bellow try to reverse their son's insane decision. But their efforts backfire disastrously by driving the newlyweds closer.
S01:E02 - No Strings Attached
With newlyweds Tom and Jessie waking in separate beds, it's clear they need their own pad. Luckily Tom's dad has a plan - the recently abandoned granny suite in the attic. But the suite has a price, which Tom and Jessie discover includes an unfortunate granny smell and constant interruptions in the bedroom. To break away from the parentals, Tom decides to quit college and turn his attention to finding an affordable apartment. But with little money, he's forced to turn to his best friend Carter, who lets them crash at his party pad.
S01:E03 - It'S My Party
When Monica pays a visit to Tom and Jessie's new attic apartment, she's appalled by their crappy appliances and hand-me-down fry pans. It's time the newlyweds capitalize on the free gift grab known as a "bridal shower." Jessie agrees, since it might create an opportunity to bond with her mother-in-law. But bonding with Judith doesn't go as planned, what with Jessie discovering that Judith has "forgotten" to send out the invites. Has Jessie's mother-in-law purposely neglected to invite her own friends? Is she really ashamed of the marriage?
S01:E04 - Detour
Tom's starting to feel a little emasculated - his ill-advised attempts to get everyone to say "Tom and Jessie" instead of "Jessie and Tom" are failing, and the pussy-whip jokes from Carter are wearing thin. No way around it, it's time he gets a driver's license. But when his father's lessons degenerate into a yell-a-thon and everyone else in the known universe proves too busy, the only person he can turn to is Jessie.
S01:E05 - Baby Got Bank
Tom and Jessie receive a belated wedding gift from Tom's Uncle - a cheque for three thousand dollars. After considering blowing it on a flat screen TV, Jessie decides instead to open a joint bank account. Tom encourages the idea, buying into the adage "what's mine is yours." But he soon discovers it's all "mine" and no "yours", given that virtually all their shared assets come from him. What's worse is that Jessie proves terrible with money, evidenced by her habit of purchasing rare Grateful Dead albums for her father and expensive cappuccino machines for Tom.
S01:E06 - Goy Story
When Judith is confronted with Jessie's gentile ways ("a few bacon bits in that matzo ball soup will liven 'er right up") she suggests they bring in an expert. But even though Rabbi Goldstein converted Ben long ago, Ben seems less than thrilled to hear his name. What Judith doesn't know is that while Ben took every step necessary to conform to the Jewish faith, he stopped short at that whole ceremonial circumcision thing. In fact, Ben has spent the last twenty-plus years living a lie and only Goldstein knows his secret.
S01:E07 - Hanging Pictures
When Tom and Jessie are interrupted by mid-deed by amorous bumping below, Tom calms Jessie down - his old man's just hanging a picture. Seems they have a habit of rearranging furniture at night, and have done so ever since he was a kid. When Jessie informs Tom his parents are actually having sex, Tom nearly loses his dinner. The next day at breakfast, Jessie blurts out that Tom "heard them", only to discover that Ben and Judith hear them too. Even worse, they're perfectly fine with it.
S01:E08 - Phil 'Er Up
When Tara and Phil get into a fight-to-end-all-fights, Jessie takes her father's side. In response, Tara kicks Phil out of the house, and Jessie and Tom are forced to take him in. Tom is horrified to have his father-in-law as a roommate, and turns to his bud Carter to help get rid of him. But a funny thing happens along the way: Carter and Tom discover that Phil is actually (dare they say it) cool.
S01:E09 - Working Noon To Five
When his father gets Tom a job at his old law firm, Tom puts on a suit and a smile. But when Tom catches a glimpse of his future, he "pulls a Tom" and storms out. Unemployed, Tom turns to his father-in-law Phil, who offers Tom an "exciting business opportunity." Alas, Phil's just trying to unload a bunch of skanky dream-catchers, a product that nobody wants anything to do with. That is, until Tom rebrands them as lucky money charms called "greencatchers." Suddenly they're flying off the shelves. Tom can't help but lord his new financial situation over his dad, resetting the balance of power and turning the two families upside-down.
S01:E10 - Guess Who'S Coming To Dinner
Tired of ping-ponging between parents for Sunday dinner, the newlyweds declare their independence by inviting both families for a formal dinner at the loft. With this one gesture, they'll establish themselves as independent while encouraging inter-parental bonding. But it soon becomes apparent that Tom and Jessie have radically different culinary takes, and the two decide to go separate ways with competing dishes.
S01:E11 - In Sickness And In Health
When Tom lands in bed with a bad cold, Jessie learns he's a high-maintenance patient. Thankfully Judith has kicked into super-mom mode and is tending to Tom's every whim. But when Ava warns Jessie that Judith will use this to insinuate her way into all aspect of their lives, a panicked Jessie returns to the loft with a tray of instant chicken soup, only to collide with Judith on the stairs with a tray of her own. Tom enjoys the duelling attention so much he stretches his "sickness" past the point of recovery. But when Judith catches onto his ruse, she teams with Jessie, and the two hatch a plan to turn the tables.
S01:E12 - Wingman
Life as a married man can be all-consuming: arguments, in-laws, make-up sex, normal sex. Luckily Tom has a friend like Carter to remind him that he's still eighteen. So, at Carter's insistence, Tom accompanies him to a campus party for some innocent fun. Innocent, that is, until Carter spots his dream girl and asks Tom to distract her friend by being his Wing Man... his unwed, available Wing Man. With no pressure to hook up, Tom finds it easier to talk to the girl, even tell her things he can't say to Jessie. What's the worst that can happen? The hot girl you're pretending to be interested in wants to have sex? You run off and accidently forget your cellphone? Or your wife calls said cell phone and finds out about the whole thing?
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