When the sitter cancels, Rita and Jay worry they will have to cancel their plans for a weekend-getaway. Rita leaves Hallie in charge of the house while she and Jay are away, but sets up a surveillance camera system first.
While his father's away, Flex assumes control of the barbershop, but his tenure turns rocky when a hair salon opens nearby. Meanwhile, Breanna loses tracks of Spirit and her other friends after she begins hanging out exclusively with Josh.Watch Now:AmazoniTunes
Titus and Erin's plans to formally adopt Amy are thrown for a loop when Titus' mother Juanita unexpectedly shows up at the house in the middle of the social worker's final visit. Juanita, claiming to have escaped from the mental hospital, has come seeking Titus' forgiveness.Watch Now:Amazon
George discovers that Max has begun an online romance with a teenage girl from Chicago. When he assumes his son's identity to protect him from what he suspects is an internet predator, George comes face to face offline with Freddie.Watch Now:AmazoniTunes
1) Freddie hopes to see Denise again when he drives Grandma to church. He has to work hard to win her over because Denise tells him that she has a boyfriend already. 2) Rose (Tamara Braun), a former girlfriend is back in town. Chris tells her Freddie's true feelings for her and she feels the same. Now Freddie is torn between two wonderful women -- but which one will he choose?Watch Now:Amazon
Gabi has returned from her internship in Switzerland and is anxious to face Josh after how things were left between them. But Josh insists he's fine and encourages Gabi to take a job with his new neighbor. But when Josh thinks his neighbor might have a thing for Gabi, he takes to spying to learn the truth.Watch Now:AmazoniTunes
Gabi and Sofia are discouraged that they haven't gotten as far in their careers as they would like, so they decide to take action. Gabi's plan involves reaching out to Logan Rawlings about writing a food article for her magazine. But Logan's idea of a topic involves Gabi cooking with a special ingredient. Meanwhile, Elliot is upset to learn that Yolanda makes more money than he does, so he decides to ask Josh for a raise.Watch Now:AmazoniTunes
Maya learns that tuition has increased substantially, and she doesn't have enough money to cover it. William tries to give her the money by pretending she has received it from the firm's continuing education plan, but she turns him down. Lynn housesits for Joan so that her DSL can be installed while she is away with Brock. Lynn claims that she is going to work on a grant proposal for another documentary, but gets nothing done. Joan refuses to let her stay at the house, and Toni and William also reject her. Maya agrees to let Lynn move in for a month if she pays rent. Lynn proceeds to lie around and do absolutely nothing. Maya pays her tuition, but learns that her credits do not transfer and she must start over again as a freshman. She is unbelievably frustrated and breaks down in tears. Lynn annoys Maya by complaining about her own plight and claiming to be depressed. William tells Lynn what Maya is experiencing and convinces her to be more sensitive, and also to take actionWatch Now:AmazoniTunes
When the heat goes out in Rocky’s apartment, CeCe invites Rocky, Ty, and their mother to move in with them. However, the mothers' disagreements start to affect and ruin CeCe and Rocky's friendship. At the science fair the next day, CeCe and Rocky argue at school and ruin each others project on accident. When CeCe gets home she talks to her mom and both decide to cancel to trip. Unfortunately, Flynn overhears the conversation and storms out upset. Not realizing how much the trip meant to Flynn, CeCe's mom makes up with Rocky's mom and CeCe makes up with Rocky. Meanwhile, Ty builds himself a man cave to get away from the women of the house.Watch Now:AmazoniTunes
When Max and Caroline need more space for their renovated dessert bar, they’re willing to do just about anything to convince Angie (Lisa Lampenelli), the brash owner of the pizza place next door, to rent them her back office.Watch Now:AmazoniTunes
Toni's brother Antoine comes to town for a weekend rendezvous with Maya, but soon spooks her by declaring his love and announcing that he will not return to Boston. When she rejects him, he locks himself in the bathroom and refuses to leave. Meanwhile, William orders Lynn to leave his house, but continually sabotages her efforts to find a roommate. Toni agrees to help Joan clean out her house, but insists that Joan's love life is what actually needs to be purged.Watch Now:iTunes
Hank signs up to host a Shady Meadows closed-circuit TV show, but is quickly replaced by rising star Sid, who dishes out hot retirement home gossip on-air. Meanwhile Margaret helps Charlie woo a widow at her bereavement support group.Watch Now:Amazon
When Josh is looking for a special gift for Shauna, Gabi thinks she has a great idea and goes behind Josh's back to make it happen. But Gabi is horrified when her grand plan leads to an awkward reunion for Josh. And Elliot is afraid to fall asleep in front of his new boyfriend, so he asks Yolanda to watch him sleep to make sure he doesn't do anything embarrassing.Watch Now:AmazoniTunes
Frasier treats a woman who has a phobia about clowns. He plans to don a clown costume and full make-up as part of her treatment. Martin sneaks into Frasier's office and scares him by coming up behind him with one of Frasier's masks over his face. Frasier does not find this amusing, so Martin repeatedly teases him about being a "fuddy-duddy." Frasier decides to retaliate for the prank. He tells Martin that he is leaving the apartment, then puts on the clown costume and rings the doorbell. When Martin comes out to answer it, Frasier jumps out, wielding a cleaver. Martin collapses and suffers a mild heart attack. Frasier feels incredibly guilty about his actions, and is humiliated in the waiting room when the nurse reads off an account of what happened. Martin recovers quickly and returns home, but doesn't want to tell Ronee about his health crisis.Watch Now:AmazoniTunes
Niles and Frasier plan a party to celebrate the unveiling of a painting that Niles has just purchased. However, Daphne notes that every event the brothers host inevitably ends in disaster. She suggests that Niles instead host the party with her. Frasier is hurt to learn that he will be excluded, and says that he will not even attend the party. Daphne believes that she has everything under control, but things quickly begin to unravel. Alice writes her name in crayon on the painting. Daphne remains calm, and gives Roz the name of a man whom Niles uses to restore artwork. However, the game hens catch fire in the meantime. The caterers are too busy to replace them, so Daphne must turn to Frasier for help. He comes over to assist with the food preparation, but must hide in the pantry whenever Niles comes in the kitchen so that his role will remain a secret. Frasier becomes angry when he overhears Niles and others complimenting the food and saying how much better off they are without Frasier's involvement. Mike Shaw, the artist responsible for the painting, shows for the party after earlier declining his invitation. He doesn't care for the stuffy guests, and decides to go upstairs and watch pay-per-view boxing with Mrs. Moon. Niles hears a couple's description of Shaw (white-haired man in a flannel shirt using a cane) and assumes they have him confused with Martin. The couple who met Shaw has to leave. Martin arrives to bring Frasier some dishes, and winds up having to pose as Shaw for the other guests. Roz asks Daphne to stall the unveiling because the art restorer is painfully slow. Niles insists that dinner must be served immediately. He discovers Frasier, and they begin to argue, leading to more chaos. Daphne tries her best to salvage the evening, but an unexpected event prompts her to give up. Frasier consoles her by telling her that the disastrous party means she is officially part of the family.Watch Now:iTunes
Hank and Margaret lose a cornhole competition to some resident cheaters and, as a result, miss out on the coveted prize—a new 65" flat-screen TV. So, the gang attempts to steal the TV, which means breaking in to Allison's office after locking her and Sid in the sauna.Watch Now:Amazon
Frasier tries to make a good impression on the new station owner and ends up becoming his mentor. The guy is a young Sillicon Valley billionaire who has more money than society expertise, and seeks from Frasier the help he needs to enter the high society lifestyle without embarrassing himself. But Frasier sees his dream job go down the drain when Todd starts copying everything about him, his clothes, his furniture etc. Frasier then decides that perhaps he should be the one changing styles, but doesn't find anything that relates to him as much as his old furniture. Lastly, Frasier receives the worst news of all, Architectural Digest is doing a cover story on Todd's apartment. Meanwhile, Niles struggles to be a royal pain in the ass in front of Mel's society friends, as a part of her deal to give him the divorce, but his bad behavior actually brings good results and only makes him look even better for her friends.Watch Now:iTunes
Oleg’s pro-basketball playing cousin comes to town to play a game against Max’s favorite team and gifts her with two free tickets, but chaos ensues when the girls interfere with the game and risk ruining their cupcake business’ reputation in the process.Watch Now:iTunes
When Reba goes to work full-time for Brock's rival, Jake starts referring to Barbra Jean as ""Mommy."" Meanwhile, Van gets a new job working as a gardener, and Cheyenne can't understand why he'd rather spend time with his fellow ""lawn jockeys"" than the in-crowd.Watch Now:iTunes
In hopes of resuscitating her non-existent love life, Reba hits the bar scene with her friend Lori Ann but is mortified when they run into Brock, Barbra Jean, Cheyenne and Van on a double date. Cheyenne finally convinces a reluctant Reba to try speed dating, and everyone is surprised when she actually makes a love connection.Watch Now:iTunes
Lynn and Maya confront Joan about her jealousy and overall bad attitude regarding Toni's wedding. Joan is upset when Toni announces that Reesie Jackson, her college roommate, is coming to town to be a bridesmaid. Joan had forced Toni and Lynn to swear never to speak to Reesie again after she stole Joan's boyfriend, Brian. She is livid when she learns that Toni and Lynn have not only stayed in touch with Reesie, but are the godmothers of her two children. Joan gives Reesie the cold shoulder. She rants that Reesie stole her chance at a perfect life with a husband and kids. Reesie reveals that she has contracted AIDS from Brian. He had unprotected sex with men, refusing to take along condoms because he was in denial about the fact that he is gay. The girls try too hard to comfort Reesie, and freak out a little when she cuts herself while chopping vegetables. She assures them that they cannot contract HIV this way, but Joan initially remains a little skeptical. Toni picks out herWatch Now:AmazoniTunes
The "God Squad" warns Chip not to covet a journalism award that he and Vince are both up for.
Freddie feels a lot of pressure from Grandma to settle down, so he begrudgingly agrees to have a Catholic singles mixer at the restaurant to please her. There he's happily surprised to meet Denise, a beautiful young woman that Grandma handpicked for him. The only problem is, Denise is a virgin and is waiting to meet the right man, but is Freddie the one?
Freddie and Chris are both nominated as finalists for the title of ""Chicago's Most Eligible Bachelor."" They invite the other nominees to the restaurant for an informal get together and team up to scope out the competition. But, when they realize that only one man will be featured on the cover of a magazine, they become highly competitive and try to out-do one another to win.
Hallie considers having sex with Kip after her friends constantly pressure her into doing so. When Rita finds out, she tries to advise Hallie in the right direction. Shannon invites Jay to Career Day at her school.
Oscar and Charlotte hit a speed bump when they hesitate to take their relationship to the next level. Also, Felix attempts to overcome his fear of dogs with Teddy's help when Emily regains custody of Biscuit.Watch Now:AmazoniTunes
Toni reluctantly signs her divorce papers, and accepts a date from a persistent ex-flame after he kisses her. Maya, certain that Toni isn't over Todd, asks Todd to intervene in the hopes that they can give their marriage another try. Meanwhile, Joan hires a chef who turns out to be an ex-girlfriend of William's. Joan is upset until William tells her that the sex wasn't that good. William is forced to reveal that Lynn was the best sex he ever had--but Lynn doesn't feel the same.
Lynn finds herself extremely attracted to a poet, and is stunned to learn that he has been celibate for five years. Ellis refuses to leave the house after fans on the Internet trash him and label him a sellout. William tries to win back the girls' trust following the Christmas Eve debacle.Watch Now:iTunes
Freddie has a lovely dream that The Pussycat Dolls (Ashley Roberts, Carmit Bachar, Jessica Sutta, Kimberly Wyatt, Melody Thornton, and Nicole Scherzinger) are in his bedroom, but is sadly awakened by Grandma's nagging. Freddie helps Chris interview potential chefs for his new restaurant, and they meet the eccentric Martin and easygoing, inexperienced Spyder--whom Chris hires on the spot, over Freddie's objections. Chris has some wild ideas for his new restaurant that Freddie tells him won't work. But when Chris gets upset, Freddie realizes he has to be a supportive friend, so he buries his objections to help Chris create a restaurant that is truly his own.