A bachelorette party reunites Teddie with a former buddy who stole her first boyfriend; guest Katey Sagal.
Teddie abandons plans for an elaborate wedding and instead elopes with Max.
Max and Teddie try to have romantic encounters without the children knowing.
Carter becomes uppity when he accompanies a music promoter at one of Teddie's fund-raisers.
Teddie adopts a cat which turns out to be mean and unlovable.
Teddie and Max face a big problem when Carter is caught drinking.
Esquire magazine publishes revealing photos of Teddie just as she is about to meet her future in-laws.
Teddie sets up Judy with a client, but does not expect them to get engaged so quickly.
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.
Carter brings home his first, older girlfriend.
Max flies in Teddie's mother for Christmas.
Teddie tries to woo an editor (Martin Mull) whom Max wants to work for.
Max's old college buddy gives Teddie a French goodnight-kiss.
Teddie tries to impress snooty mothers as she organizes a fund-raiser for Eliza's school.
Teddie and Max take ballroom-dancing classes in preparation for their wedding reception.
Teddie juggles multiple crises.
Teddie befriends the mother of Eliza's best friend.
Teddie pushes herself to the limits in trying to juggle many responsibilities at once.
Teddie goes to great lengths to win over Carter.
A party-planner (Geena Davis) juggles her career, her friends, and a new family when she moves in with a widower (Peter Horton).