Jackson makes himself at home in his new bachelor pad, but quickly finds out that the place is a crumbling wreck. Miley mulls over the idea of going back to the simple life in Tennessee. Oliver contemplates giving up the tour to be with Lilly, while Lilly tries to figure out what she will do without Oliver and Miley in her life.Watch Now:Amazon
Miley declines Jake's invitation to the school dance. While Hannah is filming a guest spot on Jake's show, she learns that Jake has feelings for a girl named Miley. She changes her mind about his dance invite, but Miley finds out that he has asked Lilly instead. Jackson and Robbie decide to see who's the better prankster by pulling practical jokes on one another.Watch Now:Amazon
Miley, Lilly, and Oliver are just itching to get revenge on bratty Amber & Ashley during a class camping trip, even though Robbie told Miley not sink to their level. When Miley and her friends give the girls their comeuppance, she thinks that they got away with it, but she finds herself with a whole new itch to scratch as Hannah Montana. Meanwhile, Jackson and Robbie try to rid themselves of a mouse with a surprising talent.Watch Now:iTunes
Ten years ago Murphy was banned from the White House press conferences. To top off her story on the education crisis, Murphy decides she needs a quotation from the ""Education"" president. When she manages to get a pass, she loses her voice two days before the conference.
Miley experiences nothing but bad luck on the S.S. Tipton after she loses an ankle bracelet her mom gave her. Miley believes the missing jewelry is a good-luck charm and is desperate to get it back. At home, Jackson opens a large package after Robby forbids him to do so, and he suffers the consequences.Watch Now:Amazon
After Miles describes a, according to Frank's opinion, homoerotic dream of him and the new publicity guy, Rick 'frolicking', Miles panics. Frank says that's no big deal, and that he probably picked up from the fact that Rick was gay, Murphy does not think Rick is gay so they make a bet. When Rick shows up at the bullpen the gang start to question him about many things about his life, to see if he says anything more revealing about his sexuality. Rick notices that and confirms he is gay, emberassing the whole gang. Miles is totally freaked out, so he goes to one shrink after another, they all agree that there's a possibility that he is really gay. Without knowing what to do, Miles asks for advice Frank, but it doesn't really help, then he goes to Murphy, which doesn't help very much either. Moments later Rick asks Miles to go to Phil's with him to show the new promos for the show, Miles reluctantly goes. At Phil's, Rick notices Miles is giving excuses to get away from their meeting.
Gene Kinsella finds out about Murphy's pregnancy and considers the idea of taking her off the air. But Miles convinces him not to. Once that is solved, Murphy must get a quote from the president for her latest story. Frank says the only way to get this quote is jogging with him. Murphy thinks she's up for the job but Frank and Jim don't think so because of her pregnancy. So, Murphy accepts Frank's offer of getting the quote for her. When that doesn't work, Murphy tries to get it herself and ends up running over the president with her bike. Even though Murphy didn't get her quote she's happy, and concludes that her pregnancy will not make her life any more difficult, all she has to do is be a little more creative.
Murphy's doctor advises her to take Lamaze classes, and even though Murphy thinks it's not really necessary, she agrees. The problem is that Murphy has to find a partner for that. Frank is her first choice, but he won't be able to make it, because he has to go on location for a story. Murphy then goes after Jim, but only the thought makes him very embarassed and uncomfortable. Miles can't do it either for the same reason. Corky offers to, but Murphy doesn't think it's a good idea. The only one left is Eldin, who reluctantly agrees saying that ha can't make any promises, because he's a free spirit and he doesnt like to stick around at the same place for too long (yeah, right). And that's a big commitment for him. They go to the first class and aparently Murphy and Eldin is not the only couple who doesn't know what they're doing. At the second class, one of the couples is absent, because they had thir baby. The other two seem to be getting better, but Murphy is still clueless. Th
Murphy dates a physicist to prove looks aren't everything, but he proves to be a party guy.
After Murphy gets the staff to agree to no presents this year, Murphy's little gifts for the rest of the staff causes a last-minute Christmas gift-buying frenzy.
Miles orders the staff to take a stress reduction class. After reluctantly showing up for it, Murphy slips a disc however that doesn't stop her from working on a hot story.
Suffering from ""3rd year burnout,"" Miles asks for a positive uplifting story. When everyone else fails, Murphy takes on the challenge. She gets a perfect story, until the interview is on the air.
Frank meets the woman of his dreams, a woman he dates more than once. However, she is a psychologist and analyzes every little thing Frank does, something that drives him crazier than he already is.
Murphy is angry over the Vice President's comments about her choice of ""family values,"" while trying to deal with her choice.
Miley starts to miss her old life in Tennessee. Oliver gets an offer to go on a concert tour, but his joy is dampened when realizes that he won't be able to see Lilly for six months. Jackson decides that it is time for him to leave home.Watch Now:Amazon
After the delivery, Murphy goes through her ""period of adjustment"" including the sleepless nights, finding a suitable nanny, name for the baby, then Dan opens his mouth.
Murphy plans Avery's first birthday party; however, on the day of the big event her plane from New York is fogged in. While the others celebrate, Murphy tries everything to get back. Frank brings a special guest for the event. The missing of this big event in Avery's life makes Murphy decide that maybe she just can't do it all, so she plans to make a couple of changes in her career.
Miley agrees to go out with a charming boy named Connor for the holidays. Connor's elfin stature and his job helping Santa at the mall, however, clashes with her idea of the perfect guy. The neighborhood Scrooge Mr. Dontzig offers to get Jackson into the college of his dreams, but only if Jackson and Robbie do everything that he asks of them.Watch Now:AmazoniTunes
A series of on-air comments made by Peter and Murphy gets the staff forced to attend a seminar on political correctness.
Frank, Jim and Murphy are all up for contract renewals as FYI celebrates the airing of its 500th broadcast and their egos go unchecked.
An arrogant new colleague threatens everyone on the staff, especially Murphy who's just reduced her role on FYI resulting from the pressures of motherhood. Their relationship hits it off real well just as the show is ready to air.
On Christmas Eve, Murphy wants to celebrate Avery's first Christmas simply; however she finds herself dealing with two surprise guests. Murphy's father and aunt arrive to celebrate the holiday, and it becomes a traditional Brown family Christmas.
Though she thinks she knows how to relate to Avery, Murphy is swayed into giving him some ""quality time"" by playing games and singing children's songs with a group of other mothers.
Denise and Whitley earn lead roles in Maggie's play, a bizarre (and painfully long) adaptation of the story of Adam and Eve. Denise and Whitley vie for the affections of their leading man, who seems to thrive from the attention. When the girls learn that Rick already has a girlfriend, they allow their anger to affect their performances. Although the play ends abruptly after Whitley tries to strangle Rick, Maggie still receives rave reviews. Meanwhile, Dwayne and Ron struggle to design the sets without exceeding their 35-dollar budget.
Frank rescues people trapped in a hostage situation, but falls to pieces when his parents come to town for the celebration of 50th their wedding anniversary bash. A party Frank forgot to plan.
While Susan prepares to fly to Venice with Cooper, Jack tries to find the courage to utter three, make that five, little words about his feelings for her. He fails -- but Susan, having figured it out, has a miserable time with Cooper in Europe. After rejecting Cooper's extremely premature marriage proposal and returning home, she confronts Jack, accusing him of using her to compete with Cooper. Jack finally convinces her that his feelings are genuine -- but Susan tells him that she doesn't love him.Watch Now:Amazon
Following on from the second-season cliffhanger, Jack and Susan head from the wedding reception to Susan's place with love on their minds forgetting that Susan is letting Todd stay at her place while his parents are in town. Next day Jack sends Todd out of town on an assignment and takes Susan to dinner, but she reacts badly to his eagerness to finish the meal and walks out. Fortunately, wise Nana gives her a stern talking-to, which leads to a reconciliation. Meanwhile, newlyweds Vicki and Ben also have trouble consummating their honeymoon in Hawaii, finally ignoring a hurricane evacuation order for more important business; Luis and Maddy engage in a game of cat and mouse focusing on flirtation and rejection, with Maddy wearing provocative outfits to tempt Luis but continually refusing him.Watch Now:Amazon
After Maddy is rejected by a television newsmagazine, Susan and the gang find her at a bar, extremely drunk. Since Maddy has been arrested for drunk driving before, Susan worries that Maddy is an alcoholic. She also finds vodka bottles in Maddy's office. Susan rallies her workmates, and they confront Maddy to say that they're concerned about her alcohol drinking. Maddy gets indignant and leaves, making Susan feel guilty. But later, Maddy secretly attends a meeting of Alcoholics Anonymous. Meanwhile, Todd can't wait for his ""date"" at the home of a sexy woman he just met. Unfortunately, he is so excited that he does exactly what the woman wants: he buys a huge amount of Tupperware storage containers from her. Also, Susan needs a new car--and Vicki wants to make sure it meets her own standards so she can borrow it.Watch Now:Amazon