Conan O'Brien uses one of Dr. Katz's jokes on late night TV.
Dr. Katz is asked to be an expert witness in a criminal case.
Dr. Katz is asked to be guest host on a nightly call-in show.
Ben tries to convince his father that his style of therapy is outdated.
Dr. Katz bets Ben that he can go longer without the news than Ben can go without speaking.
Ben buys a big-screen television.
Dr. Katz takes up gardening as a hobby.
Ben agrees to care for a neighbor's pigeons.
Ben is convinced his father is about to remarry.
Laura buys a used car; Greg Behrendt; Ian Bagg.
Ben participates in a walk for hunger; Jon Stewart; Wanda Sykes-Hall.
Ben asks his father to make other plans when he throws a party; Tom Hertz; Al Lubel.
Dr. Katz and Ben take a class in past-life regression.
Ben has his wisdom teeth removed; Margaret Cho; Paul Tompkins.
Ben attempts to prevent the gentrification of his old neighborhood; Teri Garr; Ed Crasnick.
Ben gets picked on by a bully; Jeff Goldblum; Ted Alexandro.
Ben insists on making Thanksgiving dinner; guest voice Carrie Fisher.
Katz's table-tennis nemesis challenges him to a game.
Katz auditions for a local theater production.
As his one-time anniversary approaches, Katz ponders what might have been.
The thought of dancing at his niece's wedding terrifies Katz; Susie Essman; Ron Lynch.
The Katzes overreact to a break-in attempt; Lew Schneider; David Cross.
Ben wants Katz to run for office; Louis CK; Sarah Silverman.
Ben employs the art of feng shui to bring tranquility to family life; Harry Shearer; Tom Kenny.
Ben tries to bring fun and games back to family life.
Ben impulsively hops a plane to visit his cousin; guest voices Patton Oswalt, Mitch Fatel.
Dr. Katz receives a death threat; Ben gets a job; Brian Regan; Paul Koslowski.
Ben knows too few people to continue a chain letter; Gilbert Gottfried; Wendy Liebman.
Ben is interested in a telemarketer; Mitch Fatel; John Pinette.
Ben helps Katz fight a traffic ticket; Ben Stiller; Jann Karam.
Dr. Katz and Ben forgo movies; guest voices of Patton Oswalt, Sam Brown.
The Katz family indulges in coffee; David Duchovny; Brian Regan.
Dr. Katz purchases a fanny pack; Denis Leary; James Leemer.
Ben worries about caring for his aging father; Robert Klein; Gilbert Gottfried; Jim Gaffigan.
Ben volunteers to find out why Laura takes so much time off; Ron Lynch; Mark Pita; Richard Lewis.
Ben, 25, is having a midlife crisis; Smothers Brothers; Sam Brown.
Ben thinks his dad was involved in a mailbox hit-and-run; Tony Vee; Jeff Garlin.
Conan O'Brien has problems relaxing on a beach.
A father-son weekend outing gets downscaled.
Katz decides to rearrange his closets.
A recurring nightmare torments Ben.
Katz hears from a former patient whom he finds most attractive.
A patient catches Katz going through the trash.
Ben auditions for broadcasting school.
Katz buys an electric bike to fulfill a childhood fantasy.
Ben writes his memoirs.
Ben pays for dinner after winning $500 from a scratch ticket; Julia Louis-Dreyfus.
Ben's fifth high-school reunion promises to be humiliating.
Katz invests in a high-tech phone system.
Ben watches too much of the wrong stuff on television.
Ben takes care of injured Katz.
Katz laughs during his eulogy for an elderly cousin.
Composer Katz sets up a recording studio.
Dr. Katz loses his personal organizer.
Guilt haunts board-game cheater Katz.
A photo of Katz's old flame discloses his hippie past.
Ben wants an earring; voices of Kevin Nealon, Jack Gallager.
Health-nut Katz tries to convert Laura; voices of Marc Maron, Bob Odenkirk, Emo Phillips.
Dr. Katz goes on a blind date, courtesy of Julie; Jeffrey Ross; Cathy Ladman.
Ben starts a celebrity limo business; with Winona Ryder, Richard Jeni.
Tom Agna and Ray Romano.
Dr. Katz analyzes Fred Stoller and Kevin Meaney.
Dr. Katz analyzes Joy Behar and Brian Kiely.
Philanthropist Ben; Sandra Bernhard; Todd Barry.
The Katzes install shelves; guest voices Marc Maron, Ed Brill.
Bill Brandis; Lew Schneider.
Ben eyes an attractive new tenant.
Ben is concerned about his father's drinking.
A bumblebee keeps the doctor in his office.
An office party is planned to boost morale.
Vanity clouds Dr. Katz's vision.
Dr. Katz must find accommodations for his ex-wife.
Ben finds his true calling.
Dr. Katz suggests that Ben get a car.
Dr. Katz worries about Ben's ability to form a relationship with the opposite sex.
Dr. Katz is told that he is a good candidate for a heart attack.
Ben discovers his favorite stuffed animal in the trash bin.
Dr. Katz is upset over his lack of a social life.
Dr. Katz pressures his son to find work.