Some Drivel for the NSA: Harold and Mark are hired to eavesdrop on potential
terrorists. But with all the spying at the NSA, they are convinced they got stuck spying on average Joes.
Forward Flash: Phaedra responds to an advertisement about a roommate for Roger. Problem is, Roger hasn't placed
Don't Hang Up: On the eve of being committed to an eating disorder facility, a young
girl calls a product hotline for help.
LA 8AM: Chan we change our destiny? Or is our future
Signs: After a fight, Grant's mother makes him hold a sign that declares
he not only got into a fight, but lost. Evan stakes his reputation by holding an even more embarrassing sign.
Cat People: Meaghan and Justin have different opinions regarding cats. Is that enough to destroy a relationship?
You're Driving Me Crazy: Can a teenage girl break away from her smartphone long enough to learn how to drive?
Management Material: When Thomas is called into his boss' office, is he in trouble or in
line for a promotion?
Merry Miserable: When Donna read's Betty Merry's Christmas letter,
we learn that being merry is a mission in perspective.
You Ruined My Flu: The best time
in your life to get the flu is when your kids are grown and gone. The only thing that can get in the way is your kids coming
back to help you get well.
Girls Now-a-days: A family learns that the definition of "family"
isn't all it's cracked up to be.
Sleeping (Or Something Like It) Under the Stars: For Patty,
camping under the stars is romantic. For Brendan, it's pure torture.
The Third Horseman:
The Third Horseman of the Apocalypse gallops into a befuddled innkeeper and his daughter.
Dog Park: A chance meeting of two very different personalities takes a surprising turn when there is an unexpected connection
at the dog park.
Elder Pole: Several people come to take a poll on elderly fitness. But
a typo has ended up with them coming to a pole-dancing class for the elderly.