Can you believe that this show is 20 episodes in already? It was definitely time to re-visit how the premise came to be (Charlie's ex-wife, Kim, got wrapped up in caring for her mother and couldn't watch the kids full-time), and why it will continue (Kim is moving to Africa). The kids sure seem to have adjusted remarkably well to not having their mother in their lives, after primarily living with her after the divorce. In fact, not one of the three seems to have much emotional attachment (which could be a sign of the times) to her, so it would be easy to write off the idea of the kids ever having to reunite with her again, except maybe a trip or two down the line. But, now that the status quo for the show has been settled, I'm a bit less inclined to keep tuning in - there could have been a lot of drama surrounding the Stephanie-Kim power struggle, but it doesn't look that way now.