The BEST Episodes of Yes, Dear
Every episode ever - ranked by fan votes!
Last Updated: Feb 17, 2021
Yes, Dear is a comedy that aired on CBS in the early 2000's about two couples and their outrageously contrasting views on parenting. Greg Warner, a successful businessman in the film industry, and Kim Warner, his level-headed stay-at-home wife, do their best to be the perfect parents to their young son, Sammy (and later daughter, Emily). Things become difficult when Kim's sister Christine and her husband Jimmy move into the Warners' guest house with their two rambunctious boys, Dominic and Logan.
#1 - Won't Ask, Won't Tell
Season 5 - Episode 6 - Aired Mar 30, 2005
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.
#2 - Jimmy Has Changed
Season 5 - Episode 2 - Aired Feb 23, 2005
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.
#3 - A Little Breathing Room
Season 5 - Episode 10 - Aired Apr 25, 2005
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.
#4 - Tree Hugger
Season 5 - Episode 8 - Aired Apr 13, 2005
Greg and Jimmy have a not-so-neighborly war over Jimmy wanting to cut down a lemon tree in his backyard that Greg is attached to.
#5 - The New Neighbors
Season 5 - Episode 7 - Aired Apr 6, 2005
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.
#7 - Sorority Girl
Season 3 - Episode 22 - Aired May 5, 2003
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.
#8 - No Room to Spare
Season 1 - Episode 22 - Aired Apr 30, 2001
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'.
#9 - Speed Dating
Season 4 - Episode 4 - Aired Oct 13, 2003
Greg competes with Jimmy to see who can score more interested women via speed dating.
#10 - Mama Said Knock You Out
Season 4 - Episode 15 - Aired Feb 9, 2004
Jimmy sees a chance to get even with his tough female supervisor when he learns Christine is a menace in the boxing ring.
#11 - Spare Parts
Season 4 - Episode 3 - Aired Oct 6, 2003
Jimmy has designs on scriptwriting, and begs Greg to ask Savitsky to listen to his movie pitch.
#12 - Jimmy Saves the Day
Season 3 - Episode 9 - Aired Nov 18, 2002
Jimmy stops a stalker from breaking into supermodel Heidi Klum's trailer, but the incident makes Christine want him to change from security to a less dangerous job at the studio. Greg develops an addiction to nasal spray.
#13 - Who Done It?
Season 4 - Episode 12 - Aired Jan 5, 2004
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.
#14 - The Owner's Suite
Season 4 - Episode 18 - Aired Mar 1, 2004
Greg's open invitation to his parents and Kim to attend an L.A. Lakers game in the owner's suite doesn't pan out the way he wanted.
#15 - Savitsky's Tennis Club
Season 3 - Episode 23 - Aired May 12, 2003
Greg tries to get Kim to schmooze Mr. Savitsky's much-younger new wife in hopes that will impress the boss and further his career.
#16 - Hustlin' Hughes
Season 3 - Episode 16 - Aired Feb 17, 2003
Jimmy accuses his father, Big Jimmy, of lying to Dominic by claiming that he coached several baseball Hall of Famers when they were still in the minors. Greg is upset that his mother threw out his valuable baseball card collection.
#17 - Look Who's Not Talking
Season 1 - Episode 7 - Aired Nov 13, 2000
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.
#18 - Where There's a Will, There's a Waiver
Season 1 - Episode 12 - Aired Jan 8, 2001
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).
#19 - Vegas Vacation
Season 2 - Episode 23 - Aired May 6, 2002
Greg & Jimmy take Greg's father on a surprise trip to Las Vegas--even though their wives told them not to.
#20 - Greg's Big Day
Season 1 - Episode 6 - Aired Nov 6, 2000
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.
#21 - Big Brother-in-Law
Season 4 - Episode 5 - Aired Oct 20, 2003
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.
#22 - Moon over Kindergarten
Season 1 - Episode 16 - Aired Feb 19, 2001
Christine refuses to make her oldest son, Dominic, see the school counselor after he gets in trouble for mooning his kindergarten class and decides to home-school him instead.
#24 - Jimmy's Jimmy
Season 1 - Episode 13 - Aired Jan 29, 2001
Jimmy's best friend, Billy, comes to Los Angeles in hopes of becoming a Hollywood star and starts living in Greg & Kim's yard.
#25 - Home Is Where the Heart Isn't
Season 3 - Episode 11 - Aired Dec 16, 2002
Greg struggles when Kim has him to take the full two-week paternity leave allowed by his company--in part because there's little for him to help with at home and in part because he worries the studio will fall apart without him.