Charles (Scott Baio) is uncomfortable about dating a blind girl (guest star Keely Christian).
Charles sacrifices a lot to direct a talent show to help Sarah's class.
Sarah tries to help her relatives communicate with each other.
Charles' aunt may lose her business when she cannot pay her lease.
Walter (James Callahan) takes a history class that is taught by Charles (Scott Baio).
To protest animal experimentation, Charles and Buddy are locked in a cage.
Sarah (Josie Davis) discovers that a classmate (guest star Paul Walker) is illiterate.
Buddy's identical cousin takes Charles' job at a Hawaiian resort.
Lillian (Ellen Travolta) considers marrying an old boyfriend.
Charles takes on a whole new personality after he accidentally bumps his head.
Jamie sets out to convince her boyfriend that she's not shallow.
Charles takes on the task of teaching the children about earthquake safety.
Buddy (Willie Aames), claiming he has ESP, predicts Charles' (Scott Baio) future.
Jamie and Sarah (Nicole Eggert, Josie Davis) run for student body president.
Charles gets revenge when a city inspector blackmails Lillian.
Buddy winds up being admitted to a mental hospital when he goes there to gather information for a term paper.
Charles' (Scott Baio) job is on the line after he gives Jamie (Nicole Eggert) some unsolicited advice.
Charles reverts to his old ways when three high-school friends visit.
A tabloid links Charles and a rock singer.
Buddy winds up baby-sitting a 3-year-old girl.
Charles judges a beauty pageant in which his two girlfriends are participating.
A girl tries to come between Charles and Buddy.
Jamie befriends a conceited girl with hopes of getting into a popular group.
Walter winds up with three dates in one night.
Buddy considers the priesthood after he has a close brush with death.
The Powell children decide to have no rules; guest Tony Dow.
Buddy assumes trouble when his father visits alone.
Charles tries to reform a juvenile delinquent.
Charles dreams about what kind of life the Powell children would lead without him.
Jamie considers transferring to a New York school for performers.
Charles and Buddy's involvement with triplets causes confusion.
Charles writes an essay about growing up.
Charles is determined to get his life in order with the help of an electronic organizer.
Walter sets out to impress a World War II buff with his souvenirs.
The Powells' former baby sitter goes to great -- and devious -- lengths to win her job back.
Everyone has their own plans on how to use the family's new recreation room.
Jamie and her friend fall under the spell of a cult guru.
The Powells' are stunned when the amnesia-stricken Charles gets married.
Charles' personality changes drastically when an accident triggers temporary amnesia.
Charles borrows Sarah's poem to impress a girl.
Buddy and Charles (Willie Aames, Scott Baio) set out to prove that Jamie's (Nicole Eggert) favorite teacher (guest star Sally Struthers) is wanted by the FBI.
Jamie loses out to Sarah for a part in a TV ad.
Charles realizes the true gift of friendship when Buddy lies near death in a hospital.
The children run Charles' credit card to the limit just before a date.
Buddy and Charles attempt to keep Sarah and Jamie from escaping to an after-hours dance club.
Charles (Scott Baio) matches Walter (James Callahan) up with a younger woman (guest star Marcia Wallace).
A persistent coed sets her sights on Charles.
Lillian opens a 1950s-style cafe; Charles tutors two football players.
Charles unknowingly gives Adam advanced lessons on dating.
Lillian is in a jam when a celebrity impersonator cancels his appearance at the diner.
Charles and an unfair faculty supervisor clash over a literature student's grade.
Sarah joins an anti-nuclear protest outside her Navy father's ship.
Charles, Buddy and the gang take part in a quiz contest at school.
Jamie is far from thrilled when Charles becomes her teacher's aide.
Charles is threatened when he dates a woman who has a jealous ex-boyfriend.
Sarah's boyfriend causes trouble when he asks Jamie for a date.
On behalf of the Powell clan, a beautiful coed bids on Charles at a sorority "slave" auction.
Charles begs Buddy for help when he makes too many commitments for one night.
Misunderstandings result when Charles gives Jamie and her boyfriend advice on romance.
Charles dreams that all the Powell family members have turned into other characters.
Buddy and Charles stop a would-be robber from holding up the pizza parlor.
Chaos reigns when Charles attempts to impress a food critic at the pizza parlor.
Charles gets an A on an English assignment, but later discovers he handed Sarah's paper in by mistake.
Sarah dates a smooth-talking ticket scalper.
Everyone tries to cheer up Buddy after his girlfriend leaves him.
Charles (Scott Baio) decides to leave school when his uncle (guest star John Astin) offers him a job.
Buddy's (Willie Aames) visiting cousin (guest star Mindy Cohn) reveals that she is an alcoholic.
Charles arranges a visit by Walter's father.
Charles serves as the mediator in a feud between Walter and Lillian.
Buddy and Charles try to prove that Jamie's modeling school is a fraud.
Charles' relationship with his girlfriend is in danger when he becomes infatuated with a fashion model.
Charles panics when he and Buddy are assigned an oral report in history class.
Charles moves in with Buddy, much to the Powells' disappointment.
Charles prepares for Cmdr. Powell's visit.
Charles and the Powells are stranded in a mountain cabin for the holidays after a storm hits.
Ellen's (Sandra Kerns) married cousin (guest star Kay Lenz) makes a pass at Charles (Scott Baio).
Buddy and Charles teach a shy boy the finer points of a social life.
Charles worries when Lillian begins to date.
Charles plans a party to introduce the new chef at Sid's Pizza Parlor.
Charles' former girlfriend has second thoughts after she accepts his marriage proposal.
Charles proposes to his former girlfriend, who is about to marry another man.
Charles advises Jamie to get a job so she can afford her expensive clothes.
Accused turtle-killer Adam demands a trial.
Charles and the Powells believe they've spotted a UFO.
Charles and Buddy try to join a fraternity.
Mrs. Powell orders Charles to have a relaxing weekend even though she's holding a yard sale.
Charles takes a job as an advice columnist.
Charles' mother takes the Powell children to a violent movie that Walter had forbidden the kids to see.
Overprotective parents cast a cloud over Charles' date with an attractive girl.
Charles helps out a famous movie star who wants privacy when she attends college.
Buddy's girlfriend is attracted to Charles; Sarah is infatuated with her new study partner.
While Charles is away, Buddy takes over his duties at the Powell house.
Mayhem erupts when Buddy sells Charles a broken cassette player.
The Powells and Charles suffer dating woes.
Charles uses the principles of bartering to solve a growing family crisis.
Charles attempts to save his favorite pizza parlor from the wrecker's ball.
Cmdr. Powell's amorous shipmate visits Ellen.
Buddy's visit to the Powell home turns into an extended stay when he twists his ankle.
Charles is reluctant to ask a French foreign exchange student for a date.
Charles helps the Powell kids with a school project; Walter dates Buddy's grandmother.
Charles loses his loan when his grades drop.
Charles attempts to help the Powell children with their problems.
Charles is surprised when a friend poses nude for an art class.
Charles learns he will be the live-in helper for a new family after the Pembrokes move to Seattle.
Jill's father arrives from Alaska only to be greeted by mass confusion.
Charles invites an old chum of Jill's to dinner.
The Pembrokes disapprove of Lila's new love.
Charles' Florida vacation is anything but relaxing.
Charles and Buddy start an agency for live-in helpers.
A snowstorm traps Charles with Lila's friends.
Grandma Irene makes Charles a business offer.
Jill is torn between her family and her job.
Charles vies with Elliot for class president.
Charles gets distracted while working on an important school project.
Charles and the gang care for a dog and it accidentally gets injured.
Mr. Pembroke's mother visits for Christmas.
Charles seethes when Gwendolyn dates another.
Douglas' first love undergoes a makeover.
Charles checks out a dream date for unsure Buddy.
Jill and Stan direct the children's school problems to Charles.
Charles must chaperon Lila's pajama party.
The children abandon Charles for a fun cousin.
Charles stays neutral as the children squabble.
Charles gets caught in a feud between his girlfriend and Buddy.
Charles urges the children to try new hobbies.
Charles invites Gwendolyn to the Pembrokes'.