Chris and Yola unwittingly become cast in a murder mystery game during their romantic getaway.
Chris agrees to appear on a television quiz show to impress Yola.
Chris and Yola deal with the consequences of their first kiss while stranded on a plane.
Chris' girlfriend arranges for Richie Sambora to perform with him without Yola's consent.
Chris sells his vintage Chess record to Cyndi Lauper at a yard sale.
Chris meets Olivia's ex-husband.
Chris dates Michael Bublé's manager; Anson tries to woo a young singer.
Gloria Estefan arrives to perform with the band; Cody helps Anson prepare for a dinner party.
Mona vanishes; Yola recommends her housekeeper to Cody; Anson gets married.
Chris wants to install a steam room; a budding psychotherapist interviews the band.
Chris envies a new friend (Barry Zito).
Chris loses a free parking spot to the red zone.
Chris performs at a reservation casino to avoid losing property.
Chris organizes a benefit concert at Bimbo's; Anson meets his lover's ex-boyfriend.
Chris saves a small amusement park from demolition.
Chris throws a party, Yola dates a highschool sweetheart and Anson is invited to teach in order to confront a childhood fear; guest Paul Stanley.
Chris' uncle moves from a V.A. nursing home into his spare bedroom.
Chris loses his voice after promising to sing the national anthem at the San Francisco Giants' next game.
The gang is taken in by a family after their plane crash lands in a wheat field.
Chris uncovers a bomb shelter while installing a fountain; Anson gets tinted contact lenses; Yola's mother gets engaged.
Chris vies for the attention of a sculptor; Yola goes on a blind date.
Chris wants to land a part in Bret Michaels' movie; Kenney discovers a secret about Janine; Yola is asked to join a reading group.
Chris is appalled to find that rats of different shapes and sizes have invaded his life.
Yola replaces Chris' Nova with a new car; Anson searches for meaning in life.
Chris' love life takes a direct hit when his record company adopts an ornery chimpanzee at the San Francisco Zoo.
When Chris is called for jury duty, he discovers he has a few things to learn.
Chris and Steffie consider living together; a woman leaves messages for her estranged lover on Chris' answering machine.
The mayor of Chris' hometown wants to name a street after him; Yola and Anson deal with celebrity issues.
Chris resents Third Eye Blind's Stephan Jenkins; Yola strikes up a friendship with Steffie (Bridget Fonda); Anson is uncomfortable around Yola.
Chris falls for a rock journalist (Bridget Fonda); Kenney and Anson go on a double date; Yola dates a canine psychologist.
Chris is convinced that an ex-girlfriend's daughter is his; Anson dates the VH1 producer.
A cross-dresser wins a date with Chris; Anson discovers a secret about his dad.
Chris is confined to a wheelchair due to a torn hamstring.
A fire destroys the master of a song Chris recorded for a soundtrack; Yola takes a pottery class.
Chris is audited by the IRS and becomes jealous over Yola's new relationship.
Chris deals with the new vice president at his record label.
Chris hires a personal bodyguard after a stalker throws a brick through his window.
Chris signs up for dancing lessons.
Chris invites his girlfriend to go on tour with him.
Chris plays a benefit show for a parochial school's music program.
A tabloid claims that Chris is shy about showing his behind.
A stand-in guitarist resents Chris' success.
Chris' cousin arrives in town with a Chris Isaak tribute band.
Chris worries when his stalker disappears.
Chris agrees to watch Minnie Driver's troublesome dog.
Chris falls for an officer who arrests Anson for not paying parking tickets.
A woman working on Chris' new music video unnerves him.