Miranda kicks off her quest for fame by uploading a video to the internet. But the first spiteful comment sends her into a tailspin.
Crushed, Miranda quits YouTube and throws her energy into a church choir led by a blond Adonis. Uncle Jim shares a painful lesson from his past.
Miranda's visit to an ailing aunt turns into an audition when Uncle Jim spots a movie director in the nursing home. A jealous Patrick confronts Owen.
When Keith offers Miranda a chance to perform, Uncle Jim scrambles to find her a bigger gig in Seattle. Emily grows suspicious of Keith's motives.
Bethany's plan to stage a family production of "Annie" goes off the rails when Uncle Jim takes over.
Growing impatient, Miranda skips ahead in the Five-Phase Plan and studies magic with Patrick. But their act hits a last-minute snag.
Miranda and Uncle Jim compete with the Mattress Queen for a prime spot in the town parade. Patrick takes a bold step. Bethany gets disturbing news.
As Patrick prepares for his big date with Miranda, Owen's CD release party sets the stage for a night of reckoning.
Left to fend for herself in an empty house, Miranda tries to win back Uncle Jim and Patrick. Bethany sets out on a biblical adventure.
Uncle Jim and Miranda try to cash in on YouTube ads, only to end up at war with a taco chain. Bethany and her ex compete for Emily's affections.
Shocked to discover a young girl has been copying her act online, Miranda vows to take her rival down -- at a middle school talent show.
A trip to the hospital gives Uncle Jim a twisted new idea for his line of Miranda merchandise. Emily makes a selfless offer.
Miranda hits a major setback on the romantic front. Meanwhile, the new vibe between Bethany and Jim makes things awkward around the house.
While Miranda throws herself into building her theme park, Uncle Jim prepares a memorable first date, and a surprise visitor whisks Emily away.
As Miranda World opens to the public, guilty secrets and jealous rivalries threaten to spoil the fun.
Miranda finally gets a chance to make her mark on Broadway, but things don't go quite as expected. Money troubles force the family to get creative.