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"Free Range Children" is the ninth episode in Season 1 of Duncanville.


After realizing their children are too dependent to even be left alone, Jack and Annie decide to implement "Free Range Parenting", by giving their kids more responsibility. So, Duncan and Kimberly are tasked with a simple grocery trip... and somehow wind up in Mexico.

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  • The title is an obvious parody of "Free Range Chicken".
  • This is the first episode where Duncan's friends do not make an appearance.
  • This is the first episode to reveal Helen's surname.
  • Consulting Producer David Silverman cameos in this episode during the Burning Man gag referencing his flaming sousaphone performances at the festival. Coincidentally, Silverman also appeared with his flaming sousaphone in The Simpsons episode "Warrin' Priests, Part 2." which premiered immediately before this episode on Fox.[1]
  • While the original rating on air was TV-14 (DLV), the on-demand version on fox.com is rated TV-14 (DL).


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Duncanville episodes

Season Episodes
1 "Pilot" • "Red Head Redemption" • "Undacuva Mutha" • "Witch Day" • "Fridgy" • "Sister, Wife" • "Jack's Pipe Dream" • "Judge Annie" • "Free Range Children" • "Wolf Mother" • "Classless President"
2 (order subject to change) "Das Banana Boot" • "Duncan's New Word" • "Who's Vroomin' Who?" • "Sibling Revelry" • "Party Like a Rocket Star" • "Annie Oakie" • "That Jing You Do" • "Crimes and Misters Demean Her" • "Stan in the Place You Live" • "Off to the Braces" • "Jurannie Park" • "Witch Day 2"
3 (order subject to change) "TBA"
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See also: Episode Guide