Dr. Wackenhut wants to put his quarrel with Rob to rest; Krasnakov is laid to rest.
Lori takes golf lessons; Rob works on his relationship; Malcolm is attracted to TV star Jack Stoddard (Bruce Campbell).
Bank robbers are trapped in the LGT building; Rob meets an attractive TV executive (Lolita Davidovich).
Rob's son is accepted to Yale; Malcolm learns his father is dying; Nicky helps to motivate a writer.
Rob signs on an Oscar-winning star (Anne Archer) to a new series; Nigel schemes.
LGT's spy is working for Casey at NBC; Lori takes charge of her career.
Cecile returns; the Malones receive disturbing news; Lori tries to get a seat at a restaurant.
Lori is afraid Nicky is out to eliminate LGT's competition; Malcolm looks to get out of casting.
LGT's top-rated series is lured to another network.
LGT gets a new owner as Dan Falco hands the network over to his loose-cannon younger brother, Freddy.
Cecile may move to New York; Lori searches for the rights to a Brazilian show; Malcolm helps a friend.
Lori hires a security expert when a project is stolen; Cecile faces a decision.
Rob and Cecile (Brian Kerwin, Isabella Hofmann) visit New York; Asian-American sitcom sought; Lori (Charlotte Ross) tries to impress Falco (guest star Beau Bridges).
Rob must decide whether to pre-empt the miniseries.
Rob may have to pre-empt Nicky's miniseries.
Falco steps in when a TV show's cast members try to renegotiate their contracts; Lori and Casey square off in paintball.
Rob (Brian Kerwin) discovers Falco (Beau Bridges) is an above-average LGT shareholder; Nicky makes racial slurs on a talk show. With Isabella Hofmann, Charlotte Ross and Tuc Watkins.
Rob strikes a deal with an Internet billionaire (Beau Bridges); Cecile, Audrey and Dr. Wackenhut take pregnancy tests.
L.L. tries to sell the network; Rob labors over the fall schedule; Cecile and Audrey try artificial insemination.
Lori devises a plan to get rid of Casey; Nicky may play himself in a miniseries.
Parker Meridien's death creates difficulties for the miniseries; a new "LGT" personality has a serious problem.
A shocking event rocks the industry.
Parker visits a psychic; Malcolm gets caught in a casting love triangle.
Cecile writes a play; Lori makes a public appearance with Nicky; a star needs to be placed in rehab.
Am aging comedian's declining memory forces Rob to recast his sitcom role.
Casey takes over when Lori is arrested for delinquent parking tickets.
Politicians claim "The Mountainmen" caused an accident; Rob and Cecile see a fertility doctor; Casey takes a step with her career.
Rob reinvents a hit show; Malcolm considers dating.
When an ambitious executive is hired to help Lori Volpone, all the jobs seem to be in jeopardy.
E.L. summons Rob for casting advice; L.L. creates confusion at LGT.
An actress has a relationship with a 17-year-old; Lori learns who wrote Nicky's favorite movie.
Rob takes a day off for his wife; Malcolm serves on a panel discussing gays in Hollywood.
Rob finds himself in a complicated position between E.L. and wife; Lori and Nicky draw closer.
Auditions pour in for "The Ethel Merman Story"; Rob and Cecile keep trying to conceive; E.L. comes out of his coma.
Rob is under fire for "The Mountainmen" and the sexual harassment case; Kendall agrees to a new working procedure with the network.
Malcolm's drag queen friend wants the lead in a proposed "Ethel Merman Story"; Audrey represents Parker Meridian.
The network faces a $25 million sexual-harassment suit; Rob learns Malcolm hired a drag queen as an escort for E.L.
Rob and his staff hurriedly write scripts for "The Mountainmen"; the police investigate Kendall's disappearance; Lori wants to do a series on a Russian mobster.
Obstreperous producers and stars and an overbearing owner plague a harried television executive.