Laverne quits when Harry complains that she is making too many office decisions without him. Carol talks Barbara into letting her join her poker game.
After being teased by Nia, Thomas and Nikki. Nick decides to move into his own apartment, when Maria learns that her son has moved she has no one to comfort anymore, Nia tells her mother to take up a hobby, she ends up crowding Nia and Thomas by cleaning their house, and she ends up driving the rest of the family up the wall. When Nick spends a lonely night in his apartment, and inviting everyone over, he tells that he's moving back home because he misses the loudness of his family.
An hour-long second season opener finds Sabrina celebrating her 17th birthday - which means that besides presents, she gets her copy of the witches' handbook and instructions to study it for a forthcoming test. But she must also cope with her classwork (including extra algebra), her responsibilities to boyfriend Harvey (including baking cookies and making a poster of him for the school dance), her shy new friend Valerie, and Libby's plot to take over as editor of the school newspaper. Exhaustion causes her to fail her preliminary exam, and be sentenced to witch boot camp; and her aunts are not allowed to warn her about the more serious penalty if she fails a second time. Meanwhile, when Hilda and Zelda's 300-year-old bond matures, Zelda decides to switch from physics to chemistry and buy a top of the line "lab-top" chemical laboratory which naturally proves irresistible to Hilda, Salem and Sabrina; and Salem makes off with some of the cash to buy new cat toys and a meal at a sushi bar.Watch Now:AmazoniTunes
Mel is working on her public image and invites a TV reporter to do a story on her and the kids. Celeste Vega (Valery Ortiz) finds out that Mel has a male nanny working for her and shifts the story to Joe. Stephanie alerts Joe that the piece is not flattering for Mel. Joe goes down to Celeste‘s office to defend Mel.Watch Now:AmazoniTunes
Both Barbra Jean and Cheyenne are due to have their babies in the next few weeks. Brock is canceling his annual camping trip because he promised BJ that he'd be there when she went into labor. The University of Southern California is courting Van for their football team. Brock is happy with the idea but Reba wants Van and Cheyenne to go to the University of Houston so they stay nearby. When Reba finds out that a recruiter from USC is on his way, she convinces Brock to go on his camping trip anyway so he's not around to encourage Van to go to school all the way in California. During the recruiter's visit, Cheyenne feels what she thinks are labor pains. The whole family, including Barbra Jean, trots off to the hospital just to be sure. Cheyenne's not in labor, but suddenly Barbra Jean is... and where's Brock? Reba feels guilty for sending Brock away, so she treks into the woods to find him. Van and Cheyenne decide to stay in town and go to the University of Houston so they can be near thWatch Now:AmazoniTunes
Hayden vies with Watkins for a benefactor's favor and her donations by leading an exercise class for seniors.
Hayden and Luther spend an excruciating trip snowbound in a cramped train compartment after Luther trades in their plane tickets following a dream about an air crash.
Hilda has forgotten to tell Zelda that their magic is due for a twenty-five-year tune-up, so they must both surrender their powers for a few days, leaving Sabrina "the most powerful woman in the house" temporarily. But her delight in her new status doesn't last after Valerie persuades her to sneak into a new nightclub to hear 'N Sync perform.Watch Now:iTunes
Dixon tries to pursue a relationship with a resistant Adrianna, while Ivy and Raj’s arguing takes a toll on their relationship. Liam plans a holiday dinner for the gang, and an unexpected guest shows up. Meanwhile, Naomi goes to extremes to prove her love to Austin.
Thanksgiving is a real turkey at the Conner household when Roseanne gets alarming medical news she can't confirm with the pre-natal clinic, and Nana Mary arrives with a feeble husband on her arm -- then upsets Bev by discussing the two abortions Nana Mary had years ago.Watch Now:iTunes
After guesting on a literary discussion television program, Dick is tabbed to be its new host. Dick's first program gets off to a bad start when he's scheduled guest doesn't show up, and the fill-in, Col. Lloyd Mennenger, is a little off-kilter.Watch Now:AmazoniTunes
Stephanie returns home for a brief visit, but she's soon convinced to stay when she's overwhelmed with presents. Michael is astonished by Steph's transformation to a spoiled brat. Dick tries to beat Joanna's annoying knack for guessing exactly what her birthday present will be.Watch Now:iTunes
Michael and Steph break up when Michael realizes he's tired of Stephanie's demanding ways. Dick has difficulties with the WPIV staff when they're slow to direct his show.
Secretary Alma amazes Dick, which she fills in as producer.
Dick tries to help Joanna overcome her fear of eye doctors. George feels slighted by Stephanie after she blows him off in favor of shopping.
Joanna has trouble dumping a 16-year-old boy with a crush on her. George searches for a nickname.
Dick's on the outs with Joanna when he's accepted into the town glee club and she's not.
In opposition to Marine traditions, Holowachuk does not want alcohol at his wetting down to celebrate making 1st Lieutenant. The Major tries to find a solution.
Polly is asked to collaborate on a book with her former boyfriend, Evan Charters.
Polly endures a survival-training day for Marine wives.
The Major and Polly disagree about the dress code at Elizabeth's school. The Major says change the schoolboard, and Polly says change the rules and she helps Elizabeth protest.