When Cody gets a higher score than Dana on a Scholastic Aptitude Test, she challenges him to take the test again.
To B or Not to Be
When J.T. stays up all night studying for a Shakespeare test and still gets a low mark, Carol and Frank decide to confront his teacher, Mrs. Hill, about her prejudiced system of grading.
Stuck on You
Afraid that Al likes her new friend's father better than him, Frank goes to ridiculous extremes to win back her affection.
J.T. produces his own Public Access Television show, but he gets into trouble when he uses it as a way to meet girls.
It's a Dog's Life
When their neighbors go on vacation, the Lamberts agree to look after their dog for them, unaware that he will soon destroy their home.
Dana is hired as the assistant manager of a small cafe and quickly becomes a merciless tyrant over her employees: J.T., Karen and Cody.
When Karen is hired as a model for fashion photos, Carol goes with her. Carol makes so many suggestions that Karen almost loses the job.
Someone to Watch Over Me
Frank worries over Dana's safety when she dates an older boy known for his aggressiveness with girls.
The Making of the President
Dana and J.T. both campaign at school to be elected for the job of Student Body President. Their competition divides the loyalties of the Lambert family.
When J.T. and Cody date two sisters who are anxious to have sex, Cody secretly confesses to J.T. that he wants to keep his virginity.
Back to Basics
When Carol and Frank decide to reduce the children's spending habits, the kids blame Brendan for losing an expensive videotape and he decides to run away from home.
Boys Will Be Boys
Frank tries to relive his wild years as a teenager when he gets a surprise visit from his old friend, Scooter Randolph.
If I Were a Rich Man
When Cody inherits $250,000, the Lambert children try to persuade him to invest in their own extravagant fantasies.
Happy Birthday, Baby
When Carol refuses to allow Dana to have an unchaperoned birthday party at the house, Dana and her friend, Traci, rent a hotel room and secretly host a party of their own.
One of the Guys
Carol suspects that Frank is having an affair with an attractive female carpenter, Aggie.
No Business Like Show Business
J.T. and Cody feel like instant celebrities when a television producer agrees to broadcast "J.T.'s World" over a national network.
Love, Port Washington Style
Frank spends Valentine's Day creating havoc in Carol's beauty shop while J.T. and Cody rent an expensive limousine and Dana meets a new boyfriend.
Aloha (Part 1)
The Lamberts spend an exciting week vacationing on an exotic Hawaiian island.
Aloha (Part 2)
The Lamberts spend an exciting week vacationing on an exotic Hawaiian island.
No Way to Treat a Lady
When J.T.'s new girlfriend, Gina, insists on being treated with more respect, he forces Mark to teach him how to act like a gentleman.
Frank worries that his children's baseball team will lose the championship game if he gives Mark a chance to play.
After a fortune teller, Madam Sonia, predicts that J.T. will be murdered at midnight, J.T. and Cody suspect that Karen is the killer.
This Old House
Frank risks losing his entire business in a lawsuit when Carol and Cody defend a poor family who refuses to leave a condemned house that Frank has contracted to demolish.
Karen selfishly cancels her date with an average-looking boy so she can be seen with a handsome and popular athlete.
After accepting the role of "Juliet" in a community theatre play, Dana is horrified to learn that Cody will be portraying "Romeo." Frank loses his wedding ring on the golf course after he lies to Carol about playing golf.
When Dana moves into her own apartment, Frank struggles to keep Carol from interfering with her daughter's independence.
Never on Sunday
Frank and the Lambert children promise to attend a Sunday morning church service to please Carol and the Reverend Fielder but have trouble sacrificing their televised football game to do it.
The Paper Chase
When J.T. steals several book reports from Mark's computer and sells them to some of the school's athletes, Dana gets him in trouble by "rewriting" them herself.
To settle a family argument, Frank and Carol agree to portray the teenagers for a weekend, while Dana and J.T. portray the parents.
When Frank buys a new home video game system, Mark becomes addicted to playing it. Cody discovers the healing power of transcendental meditation.
J.T. and Cody open their own motorcycle repair service, while Frank and Carol compete to see which of them can buy the most expensive anniversary gift.
Down and Out in Port Washington
Cody moves into the Lambert's living room while his van is being repaired and interferes with the family's privacy.
The Marrying Dude
While Dana and Karen help Al increase the size of her breasts, Cody becomes engaged to a woman with a 6-year-old son.
When Karen accuses Dana of stealing one of her potential boyfriends, she ruins Dana's new romance with a jealous lie.
On Christmas Eve, Frank and Carol are mistakenly arrested by Deputy Feif for robbing a toy store.
Close Encounters of the Martial Kind
Following the suggestions of a guidebook to marital bliss, Frank and Carol reveal secrets about their pasts that almost ruin their marriage.
Frank and Carol worry when Al makes friends with a gang of punk rock girls and starts to behave like them.
Read All About It
While leading a children's reading class at the library, Cody realizes one boy is terrified to read aloud. When Frank learns he made less money than Carol last year, he gets a humiliating second job.
Thirteen With a Bullet
During his thirteenth birthday party, Mark falls in love with a pretty girl but is soon heartbroken when she rejects his gift of flowers.
When Cody predicts that Dana will be attacked by a man dressed in a dark suit, he secretly follows her to an important interview with the Dean of Admissions at a big Chicago college.
Karen is jealous when Al is chosen to be the new model for a company that makes fashion jeans for women. Cody experiences the return of a "good-luck curse."
Frank takes Carol to a romantic lodge, and belatedly remembers that he took his former girlfriend there. The Lambert and Foster children watch a grisly horror video and take turns scaring each other.
Birth of a Salesman
Frank and Carol worry that J.T. will never pursue a college education after earning his first commission as a used car salesman.
Carol buys some new diet pills to help her lose weight and look younger. Unfortunately, she becomes addicted to them. Cody meets Abraham Lincoln's ghost.
The Case of the Missing Diary
When Karen accuses one of her siblings of stealing her diary, Cody writes a story about it in the style of a 1940s film-noir detective mystery.
Cody reluctantly becomes a senior vice president in his father's real estate company. Carol unknowingly arranges a date for Dana and Karen with two boys who resemble Beavis and Butt-Head.
After Dana teases J.T. about the 13-year-old girl he was tricked into taking to the senior prom, her own date deserts her.
Cody trains Mark for a karate match and fights a bully. Frank installs an intercom to prevent his family from yelling at home.
Dana is upset when she must attend a community college with Cody rather than go to Harvard. J.T. gets his first credit card and goes on a spending spree.
Karen is harassed by Cody's fraternity brothers. Brendan takes up the trumpet, annoying his family.
Carol is offered the sports broadcaster job that Frank wanted. The kids fight over food.
Revenge of the Nerd
Karen dates a social outcast in an attempt to be voted homecoming queen at school. Cody gets amnesia when he's struck by lightning.
Mark gets in trouble when he gets involved with a wild girl from school. Frank and Carol host a Halloween party. Cody makes the Guinness Book of World Records with the help of a pumpkin.
Growing Up is Hard to Do
Carol thinks she may be pregnant. Dana and Cody compete in college with surprising results. Al goes out on her first real date with a boy.
Carol and Frank announce to the family that they're going to have a baby. When everyone gets upset, Carol insists the family see a therapist.
The Ice Cream Man Cometh
Cody tries to stop a former friend from committing suicide and ends up falling out of a plane. Frank and Carol talk about adding another room to the house for the new baby.
Frank and Carol humiliate Al by spying on her during a date with a new boy. Dana develops an allergic reaction towards Cody.
Make Room for Daddy
Frank gets worried that Carol will give all her love and attention to the new baby. Mark meets a girl he's been communicating with via computer. Karen, Dana and Al have a "girls' night" together.
I'll Be Home for Christmas
On Christmas, J.T.'s ski trip plans go awry, and crotchety Aunt Edna annoys everybody, until the whole family learns a lesson about relationships.
Can't Buy Me Love
J.T. lies about being wealthy to a pretty girl. Carol insists that Frank accompany her to the gynecologist.
Dana dates an older man and learns a valuable lesson. Carol craves all sorts of strange foods.
The Honeymoon is Over
J.T. advises Mark on how to handle women, with disastrous results. Carol buys Frank an unusual birthday present.
One Truck, Al Dente
Al and J.T. try to hide the dent they put in Frank's truck. Carol and Frank attend an infant care class with disastrous results for Frank.
Head of the Class
Cody and Dana enter their tutoring students in a local television game show. Everyone tries to help Carol with the housework, with mixed results.
Back to School
J.T. finds out why he was always a poor student. Carol and Frank apply to a prestigious preschool for their as-yet--unborn child.
She Came in Through the Bedroom Window
Carol thinks Frank is having a love affair with a former girlfriend. Cody tries not to say "dude."
J.T. has the chance of a lifetime when his sexy college professor is interested in more than his mind. Cody sleepwalks, acting like a 5-year-old.
Where Have You Gone, Joe DiMaggio?
Brendan finds out his baseball hero is not such a great guy and Harmon Killebrew comes to the rescue. Frank and J.T. learn what it's like to be pregnant, the hard way.
Adventures in Babysitting
Al and J.T. form a babysitting service, but when they try to care for 30 wild children, it's more than they can handle.
Big Girl on Campus
Al goes to a college fraternity party and impresses everybody with her maturity. But a devious guy almost ruins her big night.
A Foster/Lambert Production
Carol begins to give birth, prompting the children to reminisce on their times together.
Little Sister Don'tcha
J.T. is excited about his double date with his pal and two girls, until he finds out who his pal's date is.
Three Girls and A Baby
The girls care for the new baby while Frank and Carol go on a romantic date. But everyone's evening is filled with surprises.
Dana goes wild when she moves into her own place to live. J.T. and Mark think their new neighbor is a criminal.
Dana and J.T. get overly involved when they answer a call for a telephone counseling service.
Maid to Order
J.T. hires a beautiful model to clean the house. Carol exposes her competitive nature when Karen competes to be head cheerleader.
Frank and Carol are overwhelmed by caring for everyone. Karen might get her big chance as a singer. Cody receives a surprise when he orders from a Russian mail-order catalogue.
Hello, Mister Chips
Chaos ensues when Al takes her boss's chimpanzee home. J.T. tries to use Mark's newfound talent to swindle a pool hustler.
Cody could leave town to tour with a rock star. Frank becomes obsessed with the kids' car.
Dana's feminist organization attracts a surprising new member, Cody. Mark is dateless for the school dance.
Baby Come Back
J.T. and Al audition Lilly to represent a baby food company. Frank annoys Carol at her beauty products convention.
The Fight Before Christmas
J.T.'s co-worker teaches him the true meaning of Christmas. Frank causes a feud with the neighbors.
What's Wrong With This Picture?
Dana poses nude for an abstract painting but she's in for a big surprise. Frank becomes obsessed with catching a rat in the attic.
Beautiful Ladies of Wrestling
Frank and J.T. are sure they can defeat two female professional wrestlers. Mark wants to go to an advanced school.
Torn Between Two Mothers
Frank's mother visits and cause problems with Carol.
Al spies on her boyfriend when Frank forbids her from going on a ski weekend with him.
Cody tries to make Dana feel less lonely on Valentine's Day by sending her anonymous love letters. Carol is put in jail, and it's Frank's fault.
Frank and Carol try to be youthful and hip like the parents in Lilly's play group, with painful results.
Guess Who's Coming to Dinner
Dana's new boyfriend offends Frank and Carol. J.T. pretends to be Lilly's father to get a date.
Do the Right Thing
Frank is suspicious when J.T. gets a good test score in college. Carol reveals a secret about herself.
The Bodyguard Formerly Known as Prince
The girls meet three great guys, one of whom is a crown prince.
Dana, J.T. and Rich go to a career testing center and get some surprising results.
We're Going to Disney World (Part 1)
The whole family visits Walt Disney World. J.T. and Rich argue over money. The girls enter a singing contest.
We're Going to Disney World (Part 2)
While the family is at Walt Disney World, Flash tries to visit every attraction. Karen gets overeager about a singing contest. J.T. and Rich attempt to resolve a disagreement.
Men at Work
J.T. and Rich find out what it's like to be sexual objects. Frank converts the basement into a lounge.
Frank and Carol try to spend time alone. Dana has to tutor a boy that she can't stand.
J.T. and Rich get locked up in a Mexican prison.
Sex, Lies and Videotape
An attractive, older Frenchwoman proposes marriage to J.T. and he accepts. Frank finds Mark and his friends watching pornography.
Just Say Maybe
Al is tempted to use marijuana when she is at a concert. Carol's married friend flirts with Jean-Luc.
The 'L' Word
Dana's loyalty to Rich is tested when an old friend comes on to her. Frank and Jean-Luc get more than they expected on a camping trip.
She's the One
Karen gets prepared to appear in a music video. JT finds himself attracted to a tow-truck driver.
JT moves out. Carol and the girls have a good time at a karaoke bar.
Frank is forced to evict Rich and JT after they act irresponsibly about the rent. Jean-Luc gives Lilly too much attention.
Frank goes through a mid-life crisis. Dana is not pleased with Rich's gift to her.
How the West Was Won
Frank dreams that he is back in the Wild West.
Rich and Dana help at Lilly's birthday party. Jean-Luc cuts Fabio's hair.
Karen gets dumped. Mark learns a lesson after bragging about a date to his friends.
The Big Date
Al dates an overweight guy. Dana and Sam must decide whether to have sex with their respective boyfriends.
A friend's wedding causes Dana and Rich to wonder what their marriage will be like.
Show Me the Money
J.T. and Rich are put in charge of a promising college hockey player.
It Didn't Happen One Night
After Al refuses to go against her principles, her date begins spreading mean rumors about her. Carol and Dana try to distract Frank and Rich from television sports.
J.T. has a vision of his future with his current girlfriend Sam and he begins to fear being married to her.
Jean-Luc borrows money from Frank and Carol and squanders it instead of repaying them. J.T. refuses to accept that Sam's new roommate is a man.
The Facts of Life
Lilly recites the truth according to her parents on the birds and the bees.
Dana and Rich are teamed with other people for a community recycling contest and find themselves in competition with each other.
Walk Like a Man
Carol embarrasses Mark. Rich tries to be independent from Dana.
Jean-Luc is too nervous to cut a celebrity's hair. Frank thinks he found the perfect guy for Al.
The Kissing Game
J.T. tries to help the kids when they seek to get some privacy with their dates. Jean-Luc tries to impress his date, with disastrous results.
Frank is anxious about Carol and Jean-Luc's plan to open a salon together.
Making The Grade
Carol decides to go back to school.
A Star Is Born
Al reveals that she intends to quit school now that she has a part in a movie.
Your Cheatin' Heart
Frank and Carol's romantic evening is plagued by unwanted interruptions. Dana suspects that Rich is being unfaithful.
Take This Job And...
Frank is given a boat in exchange for the payment of a debt. JT starts working for his girlfriend.
Karen believes that she is failing because she refuses to go out with a teaching assistant.
Can't Buy Me Love
Dana and Karen consider joining a sorority. A builder sets his sights on Carol.
J.T. and Sam break up on Halloween.
Girls Just Wanna Have Fun
An unscrupulous cousin of Frank's comes to visit. Dana asks J.T. to teach her how to have fun when she fears that Rich is becoming bored with her.
Goodbye, Mr. Chip
Carol believes that she is giving good advice, until she sees the end results.
Too Many Santas
Lilly becomes disillusioned with Christmas after she recognizes the department store Santa as J.T.
Al does a suntan lotion commercial.
Goin' to the Chapel
Rich and Dana decide to elope after Frank and Carol hastily come to the wrong conclusion about them.
Feet of Clay
Carol and Frank try role-playing to liven up their love life. Dana and Rich join a pottery class.
Pain in the Class
Frank is hesitant about attending his high-school reunion.
The Half Monty
Rich and J.T. decide to enter a contest for male strippers in order to win money for a ski trip.
We're in the Money
Frank's nephew, Cody, returns, with a gift that causes trouble for Frank and Carol.
Movin' On Up
Lilly is the only family member who is not excited about moving to a bigger house.
And Justice for Some
J.T. and Frank argue over a truck. Karen and Al compete when a handsome policeman visits.
Al gets into trouble when she refuses to learn her part in a local theatre production. Dana wants Lilly to be a genius.