Teddie (Geena Davis) is thrilled on Mother's Day, until she embarrasses Carter (John Francis Daley) at his basketball game.
A bachelorette party reunites Teddie with a former buddy who stole her first boyfriend; guest Katey Sagal.
Teddie and Max decide to forgo big wedding plans and elope to city hall, with family and friends in tow.
Max and Teddie (Peter Horton, Geena Davis) come to rely too heavily on the privacy they share at Teddie's place in the city.
Carter's big night out with a rock promoter and his entourage makes him think he's too hip to socialize with anyone else.
While in the final stages of planning her wedding, Teddie causes more grief by adopting a mean-spirited cat.
Carter (John Francis Daley) seeks honest answers from Teddie and Max (Geena Davis, Peter Horton) when he is punished for drinking while on a date.
Esquire magazine publishes revealing photos of Teddie just as she is about to meet her future in-laws.
Teddie (Geena Davis) secretly fixes Judy (Kim Coles) up with a successful client and is surprised when the two become engaged.
When Max and Hillary reveal to Teddie that they do not like each other, Teddie tries to bring them closer.
When Eliza doesn't get a coveted role in the school play, Teddie tries to cheer her by getting her into a commercial.
Teddie's maternal instincts take over when Carter brings home an "older woman"; Hillary starts an online affair.
Teddie is not amused when Max flies her mother in for Christmas; the neighbors complain about Teddie's outdoor decorations.
Teddie (Geena Davis) tries to help Max (Peter Horton) by wooing an editor (guest star Martin Mull) he longs to work for, but the plan backfires.
Max's old college buddy gives Teddie a French goodnight-kiss.
Teddie works overtime to impress three snooty mothers as she organizes a fund-raiser for Eliza's school.
Teddie finds out that Max can't dance when they take ballroom-dancing lessons to prepare for their wedding reception.
Teddie's advice to Carter on how to get a date backfires; Leeza Gibbons embarrasses Teddie's company.
Teddie (Geena Davis) is shocked when she finds out her new friend Abby (guest star Lindsay Frost) once had an affair with Max (Peter Horton).
Teddie (Geena Davis) tries to prove to Max (Peter Horton) she can do it all, by tackling three different situations at once.
Teddie skips having tea with Hillary Rodham Clinton so she can attend a school event with Carter, who doesn't appreciate her sacrifice.
A party-planner (Geena Davis) juggles her career, her friends, and a new family when she moves in with a widower (Peter Horton).