Ogilvie falls for Dr. Rappant.
Dr. Rappant sets a trap to catch the Bears in a fib.
The Bears play against a team of old-timers.
Regi, age 8, thinks he's in love.
Buttermaker gives Amanda a fatherly talk.
Amanda moves into Buttermaker's quarters.
Buttermaker asks Amanda's mother to marry him.
Fearing punishment, Regi, Tanner and Engelberg run away.
Buttermaker schemes to buy a bicycle for Amanda.
The Bears lose a ball autographed by Johnny Bench.
Buttermaker tries to help Lupus gain confidence.
Buttermaker tries to win a bet with a teen truant.
The Bears solicit funds for new uniforms.
Amanda encourages romance between her mother and Buttermaker.
Buttermaker wants to win a game at all costs.
Buttermaker investigates the theft of cafeteria food.
The Bears envision romance for Emily and Buttermaker.
A decrepit racehorse sits on Tanner's parakeet.
A girl-watching motorcycle enthusiast helps the team.
Buttermaker insists all players take showers.
A rival dancer challenges Ahmad.
Amanda agrees to pitch in exchange for a pair of jeans.
A former baseball player (Jack Warden) must coach youngsters.