Keeping up with the Joneses - Season 1

Sailbourne Entertainment (a European film production company) selects the Jones family to be the subject of their documentary: Life and Times in the Caribbean.

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  • Season 1 Episode 1 - Pilot

    23m

    Sailbourne Entertainment (a European film production company) selects the Jones family to be the subject of their documentary: Life and Times in the Caribbean. It requires that a camera crew follow the family around for six days after which the family will receive $10,000 US.
    Irving (the patria...

  • Season 1 Episode 2 - Party Over Here

    18m

    The Joneses agree to continue the show for another year. Meanwhile, it’s Tracy’s 18th birthday and Nathan’s 11th. It is a Jones family tradition to have a quiet celebration for both children since their birthdates are just one day apart. This year however Irving and Angela decide to throw two ...

  • Season 1 Episode 3 - Family & Fiends

    33m

    Angela decides to host a Sunday lunch for her family and Irving’s family. There is some clear animosity between the two groups and as a result, during the day, the sparks start to fly.

  • Season 1 Episode 4 - The Date

    24m

    Tracy Jones goes on her first official date with her boyfriend Calvin and she soon discovers that he is not the Prince Charming she thought he was.

  • Season 1 Episode 5 - Up in da Club

    26m

    After recognizing Calvin’s true intentions, Tracy breaks up with him and spirals into a period of depression and self-pity. Her girlfriends, in a desperate bid to cheer her up, convince her to sneak out of the house to go to a nightclub.

  • Season 1 Episode 6 - We and Mrs. Jones

    26m

    Things have gotten awkward in the Accounts Department at Bargain City Supermarket (where Angela works) since the local airing of Life & Times in the Caribbean. As a result, the staff does a team-building exercise in order to boost morale.

  • Season 1 Episode 7 - In Conclusion

    46m

    It is the end of the first season of Life & Times in the Caribbean” and the local media interviews the Joneses about their first year on TV.