Follow the offbeat adventures of 10-year-old Cricket Green, a mischievous and optimistic country boy who moves to the big city with his wildly out of place family – older sister Tilly, father Bill and Gramma Alice. Cricket’s natural curiosity and enthusiasm lead him and his family on epic journeys and into the hearts of his new neighbors.
Cricket leaves Gloria to work the coffee shop alone while he enjoys the parade on his break.
Bill uses a trip to the hardware store to teach Remy a lesson in self-reliance.
To impress her new friend Andromeda, Tilly claims she saw stone gargoyles come to life.
Cricket makes a deal to sell Bill’s produce to a major grocery chain, but he doesn’t have enough veggies to fill the order.
Cricket uses his first tip from working at Big Coffee to buy a singing toy fish.
Gramma kicks the family out of the house for the day, so they stay in a hotel for the first time.
Gramma tells Cricket and Tilly that there's treasure buried on their property.
Cricket adds his own doodles to Gloria's abstract paintings in the café.
On the trip to Big City movie multiplex, Cricket thinks he's too mature for a kids' movie, so he sneaks into a grown-up movie.
Cricket registers his house on a homeshare website.
When Cricket gets sick, his family steps in to fulfill his commitments for the day.
The Green family’s nemesis Chip Whistler shows up at the farmers’ market in an attempt to steal business from them.
Cricket earns a role in Big Coffee's new TV commercial but loses his confidence.
Bill trades his pickup in for a cutting-edge electric car, but gets more than he bargained for.
When Bill learns that Gramma has been purposely creating a frightening reputation around town, he throws a barbeque to befriend the neighbors.
Cricket makes a wishing well to cash in on people making wishes, but when Tilly dumps all her savings into it, he is faced with a dilemma.