The BEST Episodes of Yes, Dear

Every episode ever - ranked by fan votes!

Last Updated: Jul 24, 2019

Yes, Dear is a comedy about two young couples and their outrageously contrasting views on parenting. First-time parents, Greg and Kim Warner struggle on a daily basis to become perfect at the job. Kim is a neurotic, stay-at-home mother, and although her husband, Greg, is a success in his career, his more difficult job is keeping his wife calm as they raise their year-old son, Sam. While Kim is determined to be the perfect mother and perfect wife and to raise the perfect son, her sister, Christine Hughes, a very down-to-earth mother of two [four-year-old Dominic and one-year-old Logan], continually reminds her that life will never be perfect. Christine's husband, Jimmy, is employed as a security guard and unconcerned about living in Kim and Greg's guest house and feels compelled to share with his brother-in-law his philosophy about being a husband and a parent while still remaining a man.

Sorority Girl

#1 - Sorority Girl

Season 3 - Episode 22

Christine's desire to fit in better at school leads her to join a sorority, which in turns leads Jimmy to beg her to come home so he doesn't have to take care of the kids. After seeing Christine rack her brains trying to study for a test and hearing Greg and Kim talk about the study groups they had, Jimmy tells his wife that she should join a study group. Christine doesn't want to join anything where she'll feel like a square peg, but Jimmy is persuasive enough that she gives her younger classmates' group a shot. She gets cold feet when Jimmy drives her there, and she sees the group is in a sorority house. But, because of Jimmy, she marches right into Phi Sigma Gamma and introduces herself to the sisters, who are in the middle of pledging some new blood. The girls hit it off, and after studying economics, the chapter president, Katie, and her right-hand sister, Maryanne, ask Christine to join the sorority. Since Christine already bore witness to what the pledges have to do (like be hum

star 8.06
18 votes
Directors: Mark Cendrowski
Writers: Bobby Bowman, Michael Pennie
On Your Marks, Get Set, Mow

#2 - On Your Marks, Get Set, Mow

Season 6 - Episode 4

Jimmy enters the world of competitive lawn mower racing, but sadly discovers that even that is ruled by the almighty dollar.

star 8.00
15 votes
No Room to Spare

#3 - No Room to Spare

Season 1 - Episode 22

Greg & Kim hire Jimmy's friend Billy to remodel their bathroom. But when Billy takes a liking to one of Kim's friends, the work doesn't progress as quickly as promised and the Warner's are forced to share the guesthouse bathroom with the Hughes'.

star 8.00
23 votes
Directors: John Tracy
Writers: Diane Burroughs, Joey Gutierrez
Worst in Show

#4 - Worst in Show

Season 1 - Episode 23

Kim agrees to let Jimmy keep his childhood dog at the house, against Greg's wishes. So Greg buys a go-kart, against Kim's wishes.

star 8.00
20 votes
Writers: Gregory Thomas Garcia
Speed Dating

#5 - Speed Dating

Season 4 - Episode 4

Greg competes with Jimmy to see who can score more interested women via speed dating.

star 7.95
20 votes
Directors: Miguel Higuera
Writers: Danny Smith (IV), Erika Kaestle
Spare Parts

#6 - Spare Parts

Season 4 - Episode 3

Jimmy has designs on scriptwriting, and begs Greg to ask Savitsky to listen to his movie pitch.

star 7.95
19 votes
Directors: Mark Cendrowski
Writers: Chris Sheridan, Michael Pennie
The Good Dad

#7 - The Good Dad

Season 2 - Episode 7

Greg is jealous when he meets Todd, whom he considers the perfect dad. All Greg had to compare himself to before was Jimmy, but now there's another dad who actually plays with his kids, instead of playing golf with his buddies. Worrying that he's as awful a parent as his own father, Greg has another daydream that Older Sam dedicates a toast to the man who made him who he is today -- Todd. Since Older Sam can't remember Greg's name and even daydream Todd pointed out that he's bad, Greg decides to be a good dad too by going out with Kim and Sam and Todd and his family, rather than with Jimmy. But Todd is so active that it only takes two days of non-stop activities for Greg to want out. Since Greg needs Jimmy to make himself look good, Jimmy invites the ultimate white trash family, headed by redneck patriarch Earl, to Greg's barbecue, so he can have someone who makes him look good. Greg confronts Todd and asks him when he ever gets any alone time, but learns Todd considers alone time any

star 7.94
17 votes
Directors: Mark Cendrowski
Writers: Erika Kaestle, Linda Videtti Figueiredo
Savitsky's Tennis Club

#8 - Savitsky's Tennis Club

Season 3 - Episode 23

Mr. Savitsky invites Greg to join him and his new Playmate wife, Lisa, at a charity dinner for the homeless, because he got stuck buying a table and has six seats to fill. Greg makes Kim go -- not because he wants to help the homeless, but because he wants to impress the boss and further his career by having Kim schmooze Lisa. Desperate to help him fill the other four, Greg reluctantly agrees to let Jimmy, Christine, Billy and Billy's price-memorizing supermarket clerk date, Debbie, tag along. When Greg sees Kim not doing what he asked, he orders her to go talk to Lisa, but the woman is such a foul-mouthed, lush-faced, sex-obsessed bimbo that Kim ends the conversation in disgust. After a very smashed Christine steps in and hits it off with Lisa, Greg changes tactics and decides they'll both go to Savitsky's tennis club -- via a trip that Savitsky put up for auction at the dinner -- so the four of them can spend the whole day together and Kim can win Lisa over without it looking despera

star 7.89
19 votes
Directors: Mark Cendrowski
Writers: Chris Sheridan
Greg's Big Day

#9 - Greg's Big Day

Season 1 - Episode 6

Greg lets Jimmy talk him into partying like a frat boy for his birthday instead of going to Disneyland with his family. Greg wonders if he made the right choice--even when his group ends up partying with Bret Michaels from the rock band Poison.

star 7.89
35 votes
Directors: Richard Correll
Writers: Joey Gutierrez, Diane Burroughs
Jimmy Has Changed

#10 - Jimmy Has Changed

Season 5 - Episode 2

When Jimmy comes down with a case of the sweats and a decreased interest in sex, he goes to the doctor, who diagnoses him with andropause (male menopause) -- which leaves him feeling insecure about his masculinity.

star 7.88
17 votes
Writers: Ralph Greene, Michael Pennie
Look Who's Not Talking

#11 - Look Who's Not Talking

Season 1 - Episode 7

Kim and Christine stop speaking to each other after a big argument about who is the better parent. Their childish fight has repercussions for Greg and Jimmy when their wives won't let them talk to each other either.

star 7.88
32 votes
Jimmy Saves the Day

#12 - Jimmy Saves the Day

Season 3 - Episode 9

Jimmy saves the day when he spies a strange man breaking into Heidi Klum's trailer, catches him trying on (and eating) her underwear, and holds him down until the police arrive. When the story makes the local news, Jimmy's seen as a hero to everyone except Christine, who's furious that he went beyond the call of duty and risked his life in the process. She demands he quit his security job, which she now considers dangerous, and get the studio to give him a different one. Though he doesn't want to, Jimmy asks Mr. Savitsky to reassign him, and ends up the new landscaping supervisor. He grows to dig landscaping, which gives him a golf caddy and wins him the envy of former security guardmates Billy and Roy, but when he overhears a burglary in process, he tries to be a hero there too by jumping the armed assailant... who, unfortunately for Jimmy, happens to be an actor shooting a film. Meanwhile, Greg develops an addiction to nasal spray and starts having junkie-like cravings -- and later p

star 7.88
16 votes
Directors: Mark Cendrowski
Writers: Erik Shapiro, Patrick McCarthy
Who Done It?

#13 - Who Done It?

Season 4 - Episode 12

When the upstairs toilet overflows and soaks the living room ceiling, Greg plays detective, hoping to uncover the mystery of who broke his radio and flushed a piece of it down the crapper.

star 7.87
15 votes
Directors: Jeff Meyer
Writers: Patrick McCarthy, Jamie Rhonheimer
Won't Ask, Won't Tell

#14 - Won't Ask, Won't Tell

Season 5 - Episode 6

When Christine finds out Jimmy has been tuning her out over the phone, she joins forces with Kim, and they concoct a scheme to get even.

star 7.85
20 votes
Hustlin' Hughes

#15 - Hustlin' Hughes

Season 3 - Episode 16

Jimmy seeks to put a stop to Big Jimmy's lies that he coached Johnny Bench and other baseball legends in the minor leagues, because Dominic believes him the same way he did when he was a child. Remembering how upset he was when he learned the truth at 13, Jimmy confronts his father, calling him on his lies. Even though there's no record of Big Jimmy having coached anywhere -- and there never was a uniform stored in the Hughes' attic like he said there was -- Big Jimmy insists he's telling the truth. Jimmy takes Greg and Dominic to a baseball card convention, where Greg calls his mother to blast her for throwing out his now-valuable collection and Jimmy tries to undo all the coaching tips Big Jimmy gave Dominic. Greg bumps into Johnny Bench, and learns straight from the source that Big Jimmy coached him in Buffalo, after all. Jimmy has to eat crow when Greg introduces him to Johnny, who in turn introduces them both to Ernie Banks and Frank Robinson, both of whom Big Jimmy coached, too.

star 7.84
19 votes
Writers: Patrick McCarthy, Erik Shapiro
Where There's a Will, There's a Waiver

#16 - Where There's a Will, There's a Waiver

Season 1 - Episode 12

Greg and Kim's ongoing feud with a crazy neighbor, Walt, escalates and may force Jimmy & Christine to move out of the guest house unless the Warner's can make nice with Walt. Guest starring Dan Castellaneta (aka the voice of Homer Simpson).

star 7.83
24 votes
Directors: Gail Mancuso
Writers: Bobby Bowman, Paige Bernhardt
Vegas Vacation

#17 - Vegas Vacation

Season 2 - Episode 23

Kim isn't happy to hear that Greg's mother will be staying with them for four days, as all Natalie does is make boring small talk with her. Natalie shows up with Tom -- who wasn't supposed to be coming -- because she was worried he'd forget to take his blood pressure medication if she left him home alone. While Kim has to contend with listening to Greg's mother's chit chat, Greg has to contend with seeing his mother boss his father around like a child. Greg tells Jimmy about it, worried how Tom no longer fights back. Jimmy recommends Greg spring him for a day, so Greg invites both men to a Vegas vacation this weekend. He tries to ask his mother for permission first, but when she says Tom can't go, Greg goes behind her back and takes him anyway -- which angers both wives when they find out their husbands left without telling them. Greg and Jimmy take Tom to an amazon jungle exhibit, where Greg soon realizes that his mother has spoiled his father so much that he doesn't know how to do an

star 7.83
24 votes
Big Brother-in-Law

#18 - Big Brother-in-Law

Season 4 - Episode 5

When Jimmy gets accepted as a contestant on Big Brother, the thought of him and Christine having enough money to get their own place makes Greg takes drastic measures to see to it that Jimmy wins.

star 7.83
18 votes
Writers: Linda Videtti Figueiredo
Mama Said Knock You Out

#19 - Mama Said Knock You Out

Season 4 - Episode 15

Jimmy sees a chance to get even with his tough female supervisor when he learns Christine is a menace in the boxing ring.

star 7.83
12 votes
Directors: Mark Cendrowski
Writers: Danny Smith (IV), Michael A. Mariano
Who's on First

#20 - Who's on First

Season 2 - Episode 1

Greg and Kim are hardly enamored with Jimmy's and Christine's method of potty training Logan -- stripping him naked and letting him run around in the Warners' backyard until he figures it out himself. But since Sam is the same age as Logan, Greg thinks it's time to start potty training Sam as well. Just, uh, not by using the Hughes method. Greg and Kim take Sam out to buy big kid's underwear and a bunch of potty training aids the parenting books recommend. Jimmy and Christine think all the aids -- among them, a doll called Potty Scotty that poops ping pong balls and a child's first potty training video -- are ridiculous, especially since they're not working. Kim then tries to use Greg's bodily functions as Sam's training video, without consulting Greg. After Logan trains himself before Sam does, Greg begins to wonder if they should try Jimmy's and Christine's way, but Kim thinks they should just give up and try again later when Sam's ready. Greg, however, decides to take potty matters

star 7.83
23 votes
Directors: Mark Cendrowski
Writers: Bobby Bowman, Jamie Rhonheimer
The Ticket

#21 - The Ticket

Season 2 - Episode 5

Greg's stunned when he gets a ticket for running a red light courtesy one of those auto-machines that takes your picture -- until he sees that it took Jimmy's picture while driving his car. Even though Jimmy promises to pay the ticket, Greg is still mad at him for borrowing his car without asking. Christine agrees and everyone arranges a deal to respect each other's property in the future. But Greg is angry when Kim breaks the arrangement by borrowing the Hughes' camera. To make it up to them, Kim decides to get their film developed herself. At the courthouse, Jimmy learns while waiting on line that he can't go to traffic school again because he's already been there once within the last 18 months. Greg, on the other hand, hasn't been... Christine has a cow, but eventually gives in to Jimmy's demands to make him a fake ID with Greg's name on it, or else Jimmy will lose his license for having too many points. Meanwhile, Greg and Kim go to get the film developed, and find out the hard way

star 7.83
23 votes
Directors: John Tracy
Writers: Peter Noah
Jimmy's Jimmy

#22 - Jimmy's Jimmy

Season 1 - Episode 13

Jimmy's best friend, Billy, comes to Los Angeles in hopes of becoming a Hollywood star and starts living in Greg & Kim's yard.

star 7.82
28 votes
Directors: Mark Cendrowski
Writers: Diane Burroughs, Joey Gutierrez
A Little Breathing Room

#23 - A Little Breathing Room

Season 5 - Episode 10

Christine wants to make new friends after she overhears Kim telling Greg that she and Jimmy have been spending too much time over at the Warner house instead of their own. Meanwhile, Greg and Kim make new friends that they want to get rid of.

star 7.81
16 votes
Directors: Jeff Meyer
Writers: Michael Pennie
The New Neighbors

#24 - The New Neighbors

Season 5 - Episode 7

Jimmy and Christine strive to move out of Greg's guesthouse and into the newly-vacated place next door, but when Greg hits it off with an upper-class couple who are also prospective buyers, he hopes they become his new neighbors and not the Hughes.

star 7.80
20 votes
Directors: Jeff Meyer
Writers: Erika Kaestle, Patrick McCarthy
Quitters Never Dance

#25 - Quitters Never Dance

Season 6 - Episode 12

Christine wants Logan to learn not to be a quitter, but his father's tendency towards quitting send the wrong message.

star 7.80
15 votes