Walter and Lizzy take their first vacation away from the baby, but they can't get Bob off their minds.
After a woman mistakenly calls Bob a pretty girl, he becomes confused about his gender; Walter and Sam are convinced Bob needs to hang around with the guys more.
Walter tries to arrange a surprise visit from Bob's favorite TV character, Dougy (guest star Jim Rash).
Bob tries to romance his baby sitter, Teala, after she has a fight with her boyfriend; Madeline tells Walter she can get him backstage at a Ringo Starr concert.
Sam agrees to do a radio interview after his new book is released, but Bob accidentally answers listener's questions when Sam falls asleep.
Walter regrets asking an eccentric celebrity client (guest star Kristin Chenoweth) to speak at a charity event.
Sleep-deprived from baby care, Walter realizes he is sleep walking through work and accidentally signs Gary Coleman (as himself) as a client.
Bob's secret is exposed when he accidentally talks in front of his grandparents, who want to tell all of their friends.
Walter and Lizzy use Bob as a spy to find out the lowest price that two art gallery owners will take for a painting.
When Lizzy takes Bob to a "Mommy and Me" class, she worries he is not developing motor skills at the rate of other children.
Stunned parents (Adam Arkin, Joely Fisher) discover their 6-month-old son (voice of Ken Campbell) talks like an adult.