A dispute over an essay comes between Donald and Lou.
Lou contemplates mortality as he turns 51.
Joe and Sam fight at their anniversary party.
Cliff is jealous when Donald's old boyfriend visits.
Penny drowns her sorrows with food.
Donald hires a decorator to redo his apartment.
Sam confronts her demanding father.
Joe goes to court to win back the bar from a tycoon.
Lou objects to Louella's growing maturity.
Lou, Cliff, Penny and Donald baby-sit Caroline.
A blind date falls madly in love with Cliff.
The bowling team despairs after another dismal performance.
Sam and Joe hire a nanny so Sam can go back to work.
Donald's past haunts him when he tries to sleep.
Lou, Cliff and Penny fight over being Caroline's guardian.
Joe is delighted when Penny breaks up with Mike.
Sam gives birth to a beautiful baby girl.
Donald and Lou decide to start a construction business.
Lou's new boss places profits over safety.
Penny moves out and finds she is afraid to live alone.
Joe discovers nude pictures of Sam in a magazine.
Joe rejects Cliff as manager for The Point After.
Entranced by Hollywood, Donald considers staying.
Penny falls for her mother's divorce lawyer.
Lou faces guilt over a buddy's death in Korea.
Sam's pregnancy sends her and Joe to Las Vegas to wed.
The gang recalls good and bad times in The Point After.
The brothers fight over a vineyard they inherit.
The gang proposes ideal mates for Cliff.
The gang gets together to buy a classic car.
TV-show host Penny has Donald as a special guest.
Retirement turns out differently than Lou expected.
Penny invites her beau's parents to a Halloween party.
A runaway cousin arrives at Donald's, planning to stay.
When a successful farmer asks Sam out, Joe gets angry.
Lou pushes Louella when he discovers she is a genius.
Donald misplaces his aunt's ashes in Las Vegas.
Donald receives an urn containing Aunt Billie's ashes.
Penny tries to turn a construction worker into a businessman.
Lou's retouching of Donald's painting draws praise.
Joe cannot decide between two women, so he dates both.
To keep a promise to his father, Lou buys the old family home.
Joe slows down after learning he has high blood pressure.
Kelly turns to Donald after being dumped.
Cliff's latest recipe is a hit with canine consumers.
Lou helps Donald overcome his fear of heights.
Penny thinks a bigger bust will boost her love life.
Flo walks out, and Lou doesn't like being single again.
Cliff decides to pursue a career as a chef.
Lou's fireworks cause Donald to lose his hearing.
Wedding bells may ring again for Joe.
Penny, Joe, Donald and Lou go to Mexico on a tight budget.
The man Kelly thought she divorced 10 years ago returns.
Lou indulges himself after a brush with death.
Penny does a paper on Joe for a course in human sexuality.
Joe and Donald witness a killing outside the bar.
Penny wants Donald to help write a boxer's autobiography.
Lou gambles away his money, then meets a lucky man.
Lou tries to hide Donald's runaway aunt.
Donald's sweet old aunt befriends Lou.
Joe revamps his look for Penny's flirtatious friend.
Cliff is offered an out-of-town sportswriting job.
Joe feels out of place when he returns to school.
Kelly and Donald appear to be dating the same man.
The boys think an old man in the bar is Cliff's father.
Lou wants his sensitive 10-year-old nephew to be a man.
A dubious producer (James Coco) puts on Donald's play.
Joe learns Kelly has been singing on her night off.
The Waters' childhood rivals are back in town.
Joe gives a job to a blind former teammate.
A coffin arrives at the bar for a past customer's wake.
Penny works as a dancehall girl to pay a credit-card bill.
The boss's daughter, Lou's supervisor, propositions him.
Donald's long-lost half-sister is a transsexual ski pro.
Baseball player Steve Sax gives Cliff his big break.
Cliff gives Donald a stray cat destined for TV stardom.
Joe and Cliff try the "Heart Hunters" classifieds.
Chicken pox quarantines Lou and Donald together.
Donald keeps his Thanksgiving plans a secret.
Penny dates a black circus clown; guests Rose Marie, Morey Amsterdam.
Lou disowns seminarian Bucky for dating Kelly.
Joe stuns everyone by spending a night with his ex-wife.
Joe's old football buddy, Bubba Dean, has AIDS.
Donald debates telling his Air Force buddies he is homosexual.
Lou seeks immortality as an officer of the Rhino Lodge.
A new waitress could be Lou's illegitimate daughter.
Joe is asked to write his autobiography.
A teacher demands Cliff's attentions to raise his grade.
After mishandling Cliff's inheritance, Lou pushes him on a wealthy beau.
A zealous police officer uses Donald to further his career.
Two candidates debate the issues at The Point After.
Penny announces she will move in with her boyfriend.
An old girlfriend and her daughter reenter Donald's life.
Donald confronts his dying father (Robert Stack).
Kelly has mixed feelings about her high-school reunion.
A botched anniversary celebration makes Lou doubt himself.
Cliff finally faces his ex-fiancee (Wendie Jo Sperber).
Lou's Egyptian charm alters his personality; guest Ray Walston.
Joe offers unemployed Lou a job at the restaurant.
Joe and Kelly have a serious fling.
Joe spends Christmas with Jose and his family.
The brothers squabble over memories of their father.
The police ignore Cliff's assault case.
Joe bets Marcus (Shelley Berman) he can turn a hobo into a lady.
Cliff misinterprets a situation between his boyfriend and Joe.
A Soviet wrestler Cliff likes falls instead for Lou.
Kelly decides she wants a baby to celebrate her 30th birthday.
Joe tries to win money to buy graduate Penny a car.
Joe, Cliff and Lou unite to conceal a death at Joe's bar.
Joe has trouble breaking up with his married girlfriend.
To win a woman, Joe poses as a sophisticated intellectual.
Lou and Joe hope an encounter group will change Cliff's lifestyle.
A former teammate makes a pass at Joe.
Two brothers learn a third, currently engaged, is homosexual.