The residents of Hidden Hills are a little... different. The Weaver family have barely unpacked when they discover the residents of their exclusive, gated New Jersey community are really aliens from another planet.
When Marty Weaver and his wife, Debbie, move to a gated community with their three children, they discover their neighbors are aliens who had not met humans.
The Weavers take the Bird-Kersees to a mall outside of Hidden Hills; Jackie and Debbie question each other's intentions.
Looking for a break from their neighbors, Marty and Debbie make plans with their human friends.
Marty and Debbie give Dick Butkus anti-bullying advice; Larry and Jackie get tired of the Weavers' parenting tips.
The Weavers introduce the aliens to Halloween; Amber, Max and Abby reject Marty and Debbie's costume idea.
Jackie tries to help Debbie plan Abby's birthday; Larry shadows Lenny at work; Reggie tries to find a gift for Amber.
Debbie and Marty find out more about alien love when the Zabvronian mating season begins; a cute jock asks Amber to a makeout party.
Debbie asks Marty to rescind his parents' invitation to Thanksgiving dinner so they can have Jackie, Larry, Reggie and Dick over instead.
Marty and Debbie dislike the kids' entitled attitude toward Christmas and decide to return the gifts and use the money for a family vacation; when the Weavers realize the aliens already opened all the presents, Larry Bird must save Christmas.
When the neighborhood gardener dies, forcing Debbie and Marty to explain death to the aliens, Larry Bird decides to "solve" the problem.
Larry Bird helps Debbie deal with PTA politics and its officious president, Linda (Nora Dunn); Jackie's competitive nature kicks in when she helps Marty coach soccer.
When the whole Weaver family comes down with a cold, the Bird-Kersees -- especially Larry -- are terrified and confused.
When the Weavers and the Bird-Kersees chaperone a school dance, Debbie tries to re-create a romantic moment with Marty; Jackie wishes she and Larry had a more interesting story about how they met.
The Weavers and Bird-Kersees are confronted with class and race issues as they compete for membership in an exclusive new country club.
The relationship advice Debbie gives Reggie backfires, making things harder for Jackie and Larry; Amber doesn't want to discuss her boyfriend with Debbie.
Debbie and Jackie go to a hip new club in hope of feeling more desirable; Marty and Larry Bird come to Amber for makeovers.
Obsessed with winning an Oscar, Larry and Reggie decide to videotape a spelling bee in which Max and Dick Butkus go head-to-head.
When the Weavers and Bird-Kersees go camping, Marty tries to prove that he is manly like his dad; the families have an encounter with an animal.
Marty offers to teach the Bird-Kersees how to drive; Amber regrets opting for lessons from a driver's ed teacher when Ms. Porsche (Sandra Bernhard) turns out to be very unconventional.
After the Bird-Kersees go see a Broadway show, Larry decides to create a musical of his own; an emergency phone call could expose the Bird-Kersees' true identities.
Debbie is ecstatic when a businesswoman (Bethenny Frankel) offers to help revitalize her purse business; Jackie jumps in to help, but soon she and Debbie realize they are in way over their heads.
During a trip to Atlantic City, Marty learns that Larry can count cards -- and see through them; Jackie confesses that she has always wanted a human wedding; Dick Butkus receives an ominous call from his grandpa.