Life with Boys

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  • TV-G
  • 2013
  • 2 Seasons
  • 6.3  (848)

Life with Boys is a Canadian comedy TV series created by Michael Poryes. This series follows the life of a 14-year-old teenage girl, Tess Foster (Tori Webster). Tess is not your average teenager. In fact, there isn't anything in Tess' life that is average. As a teenage girl, Tess is often puzzled about life. Boys, make-up and fashion are all foreign to Tess. Part of Tess' confusion is thanks to the fact that she lives in a male dominated household. With no mother, Tess is being raised by her overprotective father, Jack (Sandy Jobin-Bevans). Jack is a single widow and also the gym teacher at Tess' school. In addition to her dad, Tess also has three brothers, Gabe (Nathan McLeod), Spencer (Jake Goodman) and Sam (Michael Murphy). Gabe is known for being a ladies man and doesn't associate much with his younger siblings. Sam is actually Tess' twin brother, and considered a nerd by nearly everyone he meets. The youngest of Tess' brothers is Sam who is remarkably smart. Tess' extracurricular activities outside of school also surround her with boys because she is the only female wrestler on her high school's wrestling team. Tess does have one female companion. Her best friend, Allie (Madison Pettis), is very girly, and the girls have been friends since they were very young. When Tess needs advice about anything girl-related she turns to Allie for guidance. Allie tries to sympathize with Tess' situation the best she can, but she is often left wondering how Tess survives in a house full of boys. Since she is the only girl in her dad's life, Jack often causes problems for Tess when she does something he doesn't think she should.

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Saying Goodnight
18. Saying Goodnight
July 4, 1905
When Tess finds herself unable to sleep during exam period, Allie, Jack and the boys scramble to find the beloved tape of a childhood lullaby that is the only thing that will settle her down.
Climbing The Walls
17. Climbing The Walls
July 4, 1905
When Jack wants the kids to spend all their time together with him over Spring Break, Tess invites Grandpa to keep her Dad occupied, and learns a valuable lesson about appreciating parents and the short time you get to be with them before it's too late.
So You Think Your Family Can Dance With Boys
16. So You Think Your Family Can Dance With Boys
August 13, 2013
When a costly plumbing disaster ruins the bathroom, Tess convinces the family to audition for "So You Think Your Family Can Dance," but they won't be winning any prize money if they can't learn to dance together.
So You Think Your Family Can Dance
16. So You Think Your Family Can Dance
July 4, 1905
When a costly plumbing disaster ruins the bathroom, Tess convinces the family to audition for "So You Think Your Family Can Dance," but they won't be winning any prize money if they can't learn to dance together.
Partners In Rhyme
15. Partners In Rhyme
July 4, 1905
Tess and Gabe's musical partnership is tested when Tess secretly sells Gabe's song to a famous musician without first getting his approval.
Lets Duet With Boys Part Two
14. Lets Duet With Boys Part Two
July 30, 2013
When Allie is forced to go into the hospital for emergency surgery the same night Tess and Gabe score a gig opening a concert for pop star Cody Simpson, Tess tries to find a way to be at her friend's side without missing out on her chance-of-a-lifetime.
Let's Duet  - Part Two
14. Let's Duet - Part Two
July 4, 1905
When Allie is forced to go into the hospital for emergency surgery the same night Tess and Gabe score a gig opening a concert for pop star Cody Simpson, Tess tries to find a way to be at her friend's side without missing out on her chance-of-a-lifetime.
Let's Duet  - Part One
13. Let's Duet - Part One
July 4, 1905
Tess takes on Gabe in a local talent contest and faces a dilemma when her brother freezes in the limelight and she must either let him sink or save him by teaming up as a musical duo.
Battling Bullies
12. Battling Bullies
July 4, 1905
Tess's reputation takes a hit after Jack forces her to show a dorky new student around the school, and she tries to fix the problem by making the geeky student cool.
Young and Stupid
11. Young and Stupid
July 4, 1905
Tess insists on hanging out with Sam's cute, science genius friend, but it backfires when she causes him to suffer a case of amnesia, and Tess must try to fix him before he gives a speech to a room full of scientists.
Carmageddon
10. Carmageddon
July 4, 1905
When Tess and Sam get their drivers' licenses, the family embarks on a new era of complicated car logistics, but the wheels come off as Tess steals the car during Gabe's turn and races to the mall to help Allie buy her the perfect prom dress.
Catching Rats
9. Catching Rats
July 4, 1905
After ignoring Gabe's warning about dating an older boy, Tess gets humiliated by him and must decide the best way to teach a bad guy a good lesson.
Working Like a Dog
8. Working Like a Dog
July 4, 1905
Tess takes a part-time job as a dog washer, but when Allie insists on working there too it puts a strain on their friendship.
Being Superduperficial With Boys
7. Being Superduperficial With Boys
April 9, 2013
Tess doesn't have a date for Valentine's Day, but tries to cover her disappointment by pointing out that at least she can hang out with her family at home, since her father and brothers are dateless.
Being Superduperficial
7. Being Superduperficial
July 4, 1905
Tess dates a guy from her study group in order to get Gabe to go out with a girl who is smarter and less superficial than his usual type.
Up All Night
6. Up All Night
July 4, 1905
When Jack takes Gabe and Sam on a road trip to see his favorite band, Tess tries to juggle baby-sitting Spencer and a girls' night with Allie, but finds that taking care of her little brother is tougher than it looks.
Getting up Off the Mat With Boys
5. Getting up Off the Mat With Boys
March 26, 2013
When the school district refuses to replace the wrestling team's dilapidated mats, Tess produces a video that changes their minds, only to discover an allergy to the new mats makes them more dangerous to her than the old ones.
Getting Up Off The Mat
5. Getting Up Off The Mat
July 4, 1905
When the school district refuses to replace the wrestling team's dilapidated mats, Tess produces a video that changes their minds, only to discover an allergy to the new mats makes them more dangerous to her than the old ones.
Promoting Change
4. Promoting Change
July 4, 1905
Tess is determined to keep Jack on as her wrestling coach, even if it means helping him land the dreaded position of Vice Principal in charge of school discipline.
Girl-Entine's Day
3. Girl-Entine's Day
July 4, 1905
After organizing an all-girls Valentine's Day outing with dateless Allie and Chloe, Tess accepts a date with a boy, and almost goes crazy trying to juggle both plans so as not to let anybody down.
Naughty and Nice
2. Naughty and Nice
July 4, 1905
Tess gets her brothers to stop fighting for Christmas, but when her plan backfires and Spencer runs away, they all learn a valuable lesson from Santa at the mall.
Do You Wanna Dance
1. Do You Wanna Dance
July 4, 1905
When acting girly to get a cute boy to ask her to dance at the school's Halloween party fails, a mysterious witch makes Tess's off-the-cuff wish to become a boy a reality, leading Tess to discover that being a member of the opposite sex isn't always easier.
Description

Life with Boys is a Canadian comedy TV series created by Michael Poryes. This series follows the life of a 14-year-old teenage girl, Tess Foster (Tori Webster). Tess is not your average teenager. In fact, there isn't anything in Tess' life that is average.

As a teenage girl, Tess is often puzzled about life. Boys, make-up and fashion are all foreign to Tess. Part of Tess' confusion is thanks to the fact that she lives in a male dominated household. With no mother, Tess is being raised by her overprotective father, Jack (Sandy Jobin-Bevans). Jack is a single widow and also the gym teacher at Tess' school. In addition to her dad, Tess also has three brothers, Gabe (Nathan McLeod), Spencer (Jake Goodman) and Sam (Michael Murphy).

Gabe is known for being a ladies man and doesn't associate much with his younger siblings. Sam is actually Tess' twin brother, and considered a nerd by nearly everyone he meets. The youngest of Tess' brothers is Sam who is remarkably smart. Tess' extracurricular activities outside of school also surround her with boys because she is the only female wrestler on her high school's wrestling team.

Tess does have one female companion. Her best friend, Allie (Madison Pettis), is very girly, and the girls have been friends since they were very young. When Tess needs advice about anything girl-related she turns to Allie for guidance.

Allie tries to sympathize with Tess' situation the best she can, but she is often left wondering how Tess survives in a house full of boys. Since she is the only girl in her dad's life, Jack often causes problems for Tess when she does something he doesn't think she should.

  • Premiere Date
    June 5, 2013
  • IMDB Rating
    6.3  (848)