Welcome to the Hank guide at TV Tome. Hank and his sister are orphans. They don't wish to be put in an orphanage, so Hank uses makeup and disguises to fool the authorities into believing that they are being cared for by an adult. Hank's scheme snow balls as he is forced to lie and pretend to be all sorts of people in order to keep the charade going without being caught. All the while, Hank is trying to get himself a good education (pretending to be someone he's not) so that he can better support his sister and remain independent. The final episode had him impersonating another student who was supposed to be under quarantine. He is finally caught after all his close calls during the run of th... (more)e show. But, in his disguise, he had taken a standard exam and had scored the highest score ever recorded. He is assured of a scholarship and all his hard work is rewarded. The show ends with his future at the college assured. There is no editor for this show. If you would li
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Aired on November 04, 2009
Hank realizes his worst nightmare when his mother-in-law pays a visit for their first Thanksgiving in a new home.
Aired on October 21, 2009
Hank is ready to attack the day with his trusty "to do" list which includes things like fixing the toilet with Henry, prepping for the SAT with Maddie and teaching Tilly ... (more)how to change a tire. Unfortunately, Henry would rather play video games, Maddie wants to hit the mall and Tilly, well, let's just say she's not all that into lug nuts.
Aired on October 14, 2009
When Hank forces Maddie to take a job at an ice cream shop, his daughter cons him into joining her.
Aired on October 07, 2009
Hank gets back into business by testing his entrepreneurial skills with a neighborhood yard sale.
Aired on September 30, 2009
Hank Pryor, a well-known sports retail entrepreneur, and his wife, Tilly, have been living a comfortable life in New York City. But when Hank is forced out as CEO, he has to downs... (more)ize and move back to his hometown of River Bend, Virginia.