Trevor meets an intelligent, modest assistant who sends herself flowers to spice up her boring life.
Claire's young patients, precocious twins, ask Trevor to find a boyfriend for their single mom (Tiffani-Amber Thiessen).
Claire has a bachelorette party for her best friend, but Trevor tries to split up the ill-matched couple.
A man claiming to be Don Quixote seeks Trevor's help to find his beloved Dulcinea.
A beautiful woman joins the singles group to find a man who will like her for her personality.
Just before Christmas, Claire and Trevor find themselves on jury duty, where he tries to fix up two of the jurors; guest Kim Fields.
Claire and Trevor unite to disprove a professor's theory that true love is unimportant.
Trevor tries to bring two strangers together even though one is terminally ill.
Trevor thinks an aggressive method of dating will lead him back to Mount Olympus; a woman (Sherilyn Fenn) tests Trevor's libido.
Trevor decides to use his matchmaking skills on Claire when he goes out with the boys on Halloween.
Champ's old friend Sophie (Lisa Loeb), a pop artist, travels with the trio in search of her childhood love.
Claire tries to uncover her secret admirer's identity; Champ may be headed for a big career break.
A research institute considers Claire for a prestigious position; a man's sudden urge to dance at inappropriate times strains his marriage; guest Byrne Piven.
Trevor seeks a soul mate for a linguist who is analyzing his speech patterns to determine his origins; Champ tells Trevor to move out.
A patient (Jeremy Piven) tells a psychiatrist (Paula Marshall) that he is Cupid and must unite 100 couples without magic.