As the family tries to establish a new normal, so come the struggles of finding a way for everyone to be satisfied.
As some question Anna’s decision to sell the building, others are focusing on the relationships they have, or had, thanks to Anna providing them a safe and affordable place.
Insecurities and secrets are starting to eat up those who frequent or live at 28 Barbary Lane. Specifically their relationships – romantic or otherwise.
With news of Blanca’s biological mother dying, so comes a quest for reconciliation, even if some make it harder than others.
A Kid Like Jake focuses less on the subject matter and more on the parents trying to navigate how to raise a kid like Jake.