Rose tries to put Harry's 'single dad powers' to good use, while Michelle, Zoey, Janet and Jonathon confront their bedroom fantasies.
Harry, Michelle and Zoey dole out conflicting love advice to Billy, while Harry tries to deal with his newly discovered crush on Rose. Meanwhile, Rose can't wait to start dating a cute father at her baby's play group, but she’s not happy when she finds Harry spying on her date. Jonathan is thrilled to come to Harry's rescue, since Janet and Anastasia aren't interested in his advice.Watch Now:Amazon
Harry becomes an overnight father figure to nine-year-old Billy and teenage Anastasia, who both seem to be the product of Harry's past foray into sperm donation. Meanwhile Harry meets Rose, a beautiful, if neurotic, single woman who's out to have a baby on her own, and who believes Harry may have what she needs to get pregnant.Watch Now:Amazon
Harry's feelings for Rose mean he's not interested in dating other women, but Zoey, Michelle and Janet convince him to date the director of Billy's school play. Meanwhile, Jonathan tells Rose about Harry's feelings for her, but Rose doesn't believe it when she catches Harry in a compromising situation.
Harry helps Billy’s moms, Zoey and Michelle, to encourage Billy to be cooler at school. Meanwhile Jonathan and Janet fear their daughter Anastasia may be failing French, and administer an I.Q. test to Harry, fearing she got the ‘dumb gene’ from him. Harry and Rose square off about the future of Rose’s potential child.Watch Now:Amazon
A brazen jewelry heist throws Shade and Angie into the wild world of weddings, and forces them to go undercover as an engaged couple in love.
With Oliver still the prime suspect in the bombing of 15’s evidence room, Andy, Dov, Gail, and Nick undertake a risky – and potentially career-ending – plan to prove that Commissioner Alonso Santana is corrupt. Meanwhile Traci shadows Steve Peck, hoping to calm her fears about his involvement in the bombing.
Jenna makes an unlikely new friend while helping Jimmy get their grandmother's ring back from a stripper; at the same time, Ceil and Sandy end up taking a mommy-and-me hip-hop class.
Anger over the claim against the mill pits the sick girls and their families against employees of the mill who worry that their jobs are on the line. When the local Pastor’s daughter becomes afflicted with the illness, he blames the girls themselves. Parents begin keeping their healthy kids home from school, so to quell the mounting hysteria, the High School Principal cracks down on the affected girls and prevents them from attending their prom. Joanna fires back at the school, but victory eludes her. When the kids decide to throw a prom of their own, Billy and Joanna are made honorary prom king and queen. However, the moment is over-shadowed by the mill’s answer to her claim – they’ve hired her father’s law firm to represent them and they plan to annihilate her.
To stop a deadly assassin, Scott and Hooch must bond with a young witness with autism.
When Eric’s daughter is kidnapped, he must fulfill three ransom demands from his long-time adversary, Damien Delaine, which include answering a series of emotionally challenging questions and performing ethically questionable tasks, in order to save what matters to him most – his daughter’s life.Watch Now:Amazon
The final numbers for the Fibbies are in, and Fitz is way out of contention. But there's a loop-hole - salesmen can enter as a team. As Fitz schemes to sign Larry as his 'plus one', Larry gets an anonymous letter: a clue into a past he no longer remembers. Though Fitz agrees to help Larry investigate his past in exchange for his help winning a Fibbie, mere hours before the Fibbies start, they end up trapped in an abandoned warehouse. Larry doubts his abilities as a conscience, and wonders if the world would be better without him. Fitz talks him out of his noose, and they get to the Fibbies just in time, but as Fitz practices his acceptance speech in the parking lot, a hood is thrown over his head and he's kidnapped. Let's just say the list of suspects is long...Watch Now:Amazon
As Eric negotiates the release of an arms dealer’s son from a kidnapper, he uncovers a larger plot to destroy hundreds of lives. Also, Zara is shaken when she must work with an abusive ex-colleague in order to prevent this terrorist attack.Watch Now:Amazon
When an important engineer at a company that manufactures collision avoidance software in cars is taken hostage, Eric and the team email the kidnapper, Joe, but discover a third party is intercepting their correspondence and purposely sabotaging their negotiation process.Watch Now:Amazon
As threats against Joanna and Billy escalate, Joanna digs her heels in on the case. Relying on the expert testimony of a respected neuropsychologist, Joanna expects he'll prove once and for all that the girls have been poisoned.
Fitz tries to hook Larry up with a drunk chick, only to end up sleeping with Janet, the drunkest of them all. But the next morning Fitz discovers Janet wasn't drunk, she's brain damaged. Meghan meanwhile tries to get back on the dating horse. When she mistakes an attempted purse snatching for a come-on, she takes her mugger hostage at a motel. Larry thinks Fitz's latest predicament is a perfect opportunity to teach him about love and devotion. But it gets complicated when Ali shows up. Especially since her comatose mother has developed a communication technique with her finger twitches, and she has an actual case against Fitz...Watch Now:Amazon
Reeling from the sudden apprehension of Kodie's children by Millwood Family Services, Joanna sets out to win back custody, but in order to win in court, she must conduct a thorough and potentially revealing investigation into her old friend's life.
Reeling with guilt over Leah’s death, Mary turns to Ben for help and agrees to stop killing people at the hospice. But after watching one of her patients die an excruciating natural death, Mary recommits to her cause and hatches a plan to deal with Frances.
Joanna and Billy face a verdict in their first case in their new firm, but when they return to Millwood for a high school reunion, an old friend from Joanna's past suffers a devastating loss that forces Joanna to face long-buried demons from her past.
Becca's new documentary is put on hold when the jazz club she's featuring is set on fire by an unknown arsonist, the club's famous owner goes missing, and the police begin searching for him, claiming that he tried to destroy his own club.Watch Now:Amazon
When Janet diagnoses Harry with Sympathetic Pregnancy, Rose finds that she’s competing for sympathy with her new, narcissistic belly-buddy, Harry. Meanwhile Zoey and Michelle rejoice after finding a babysitter (Leah Feidh Fassett) Harry can’t hit on – because she’s a lesbian. Janet discovers Jonathan has been seeing another therapist behind her back, Dr. Meinertzhagen (guest star Tom Green).
Mary makes a horrifying discovery, sending Annie on a dangerous collision course with Frances. Meanwhile, Ben attempts to reconcile with Mary, and Des becomes attached to a difficult patient.
When Larry and Meghan buy Ken a birthday present, Fitz scrambles to come up with his own gift to blow Meghan's out of the water. But the only thing they have in common is cars and porn. So Fitz shoots a car-themed porn with Ken's favorite classic porn star Candy Box. But she's a little older than Fitz remembered. When her kids show up, and her back goes out, Fitz has to man-up and save the day. By co starring with Sonja...Watch Now:Amazon
Jenna takes a case for a camp counselor whom she admires without knowing that she's totally wacky. Meanwhile, Sandy is in a rush to work the last steps of AA and earn her one-year sober chip.
Fitz wakes up in a motel room with his captors, Ali, Sonja, and Julia, the leader of the Bad Men and the Good Women Who Love Them support group. But the women are divided on what they want to do with him - snip off his dick or record a hostage-style video PSA to warn women everywhere. When Sonja chickens out and calls Larry to come save Fitz, Larry talks the women out of a beheading, instead agreeing to take up Kangaroo court for the trial of Dick Fitz. Larry pleads on behalf of the defendant that they're lucky he's not worse than he is - his mother left him, his father doesn't want him to succeed, and that he's still capable of love. A mistrial is called when Larry and Fitz learn there's bigger fish to fry - literally. Josh has been conned into bombing the dealership and if they don't get there soon, Fitzpatrick Motors may be finished - for good.Watch Now:Amazon