FOX cancelled the series after just 6 episodes.
|Episode||Production||Title||Airdate||Original # Viewers||Description|
|01||1SAB01||"Missouri Loves Company"||March 1, 2006||14.4 million||Nate Stahlings decides to move home after graduating from college, but finds surprises: his parents are now in therapy, his old room has been changed into his parents' gym, and could that strange guy at Kash Kutters become his new best friend?|
|02||1SAB03||"Up the Aunty"||March 12, 2006||5.51 Million||Nate gets a job at a themed restaurant and then, with his co-worker, goes out on a double date with Dove and a family friend.|
|03||1SAB04||"Colon Blow to the Head"||March 19, 2006||5.37 Million||When Nate takes his dad to the hospital for a routine colonoscopy, the exam becomes a life-endangering ordeal for Bob and Margo.|
|04||1SAB02||"Procrasti-Nating"||March 26, 2006||4.89 Million||Forced by his parents to stop partying with Dove all night and get a job, Nate finds work at a construction site, but then goes berserk when he finds out the site is the future home of his crush Amber and her fiance Steve.|
|05||1SAB05||"Amber Alert"||April 2, 2006||4.23 Million||Nate believes he finally found a way to get closer to Amber when he begins a friendship with her brother. Also, Nate's friend Dove enters a freestyle fighting tournament with only internet karate training.|
|06||1SAB06||"Who Let the Nate Dog Out"||April 9, 2006||4.88 Million||In the series finale, Nate's future is put at risk when he decides to help Amber look for her cat instead of going to his job interview in Kansas City. Also, Nate's parents have an odd way of making their marriage work.|