To research into one of her upcoming movie roles, Bette takes a job as a waitress at a sleazy diner. Bette soon learns the trick of the trade and starts giving out advice to her fellow employees and the customers who eat at the diner.
Bette's big night performing at the Grammy Awards is preceded by botched preparations and misplaced jewelry.
Bette and Roy's romantic dinner keeps getting interrupted, so she plans what turns into an equally disastrous trip abroad.
Bette lets her neighbor, Jon Lovitz, stay at her house for a few days while his home is being renovated.
Rose cringes when her mom volunteers at her school, and Bette can't figure out why Olivia Newton-John is ignoring her.
The postponement of her new movie opening drives Bette (Bette Midler) to create a new clothing line to hawk on QVC. With guest star Fred Willard.
Bette takes Connie out for a night on the town, hoping that a tall, dark and handsome man will scoop her up.
Bette realizes that her live appearance on "The View" is going poorly so she makes up a story that will win over the audience.
With help from a publicist, Bette stages a nervous breakdown to pave the way for a courageous comeback.
Bette tackles Shakespeare when she feels that the industry is not taking her career seriously; guest Tim Curry.
Intent on giving Roy the one thing he wants for his birthday, Bette will stop at nothing to get tickets to the Lakers-Knicks game; guest Kobe Bryant.
Bette takes time to reminisce about the most important people in her life: Roy, Connie, Oscar and Rose.
After Bette fires her record producer, she decides to give Oscar a chance at producing her next single.
Oprah Winfrey invites Bette to discuss a new book on her show, but Bette doesn't let on that she hasn't read it yet.
Bette gets laryngitis after pushing herself too hard, but Roy believes she is giving him the silent treatment.
Rose (Marina Malota) makes a small Halloween sacrifice to trick-or-treat with Bette (Bette Midler), who dresses up as Dolly Parton. With guest star Dolly Parton.
Winning a Golden Globe for her performance on "JAG," Bette forgets to thank Roy in her acceptance speech.
Bette (Bette Midler) pokes fun at her various roles as diva, wife and mother; Bette seeks rejuvenation in exercise, rap music and plastic surgery.