Jake sends Gavin and Dylan on a helicopter ride to cover a breaking story; Gavin admits to sleeping with Carl's daughter.
Jake and Dylan try to prove to their friends, their commitment to each other by hosting a dinner party.
Jake's plans to get Frank to go on a date with the guest zoologist backfire; Penny and Gavin lie to get free coffee, then turn each other in.
Victoria and Jake fight over work-related perks; Gavin must find extra work after losing his investments.
Jake and Dylan are excited to spend their first romantic Thanksgiving together, but Jake's mother (Carrie Fisher) has other plans; Frank is temporarily in charge of the station.
Gavin shows up for work looking like a mess after Penny kicks him out in the middle of the night; Dylan calls upon Victoria for help with buying a car.
Jake tries to be nonchalant about Dylan's ex-husband but cannot get him out of his head; Penny and Frank go to a costume party.
Gavin bumps into Valerie (Tiffani Thiessen) at his Alcoholics Anonymous meeting; Dylan tries to collect high-school pictures from everyone and discovers Penny has a secret past.
Jake permits Dylan to produce a segment for the show; Joni (Jillian Barberie) cracks a joke about Gavin's age.
Jake and Dylan hope to find a new beginning in the Big Apple, where their apartment is transformed by the Fab Five from "Queer Eye for the Straight Guy."
Things get awkward as Jake and Dylan finally get to know each other more personally unlike Penny and Gavin, who swear off the opposite sex and intimacy. Tiffani Thiessen and Jillian Barberie guest star.
Gavin makes an unexpected on-air marriage proposal; Dylan agrees to go to dinner with Jake.
Jake must find someone for Gavin before he attempts to win a date with Dylan; an attractive bachelorette is needed for a new dating segment.
Gavin's breakup with Dylan begins to affect his performance on the show; Frank searches for the mole who leaked gossip to the tabloids.
Jake is eager to console Dylan after her break-up, but Claire warns him to wait three weeks before making his next move.
When Gavin and his agent (Fran Drescher) enter into contract negotiations, Jake sees an opportunity to get rid of his rival for good.
Gavin's agent books him a gig on "Fear Factor." Joe Rogan guest stars.
Jake persuades Gavin and Frank to go skydiving in order to boost ratings.
Committed Gavin and Dylan adopt a dog together; Jake and Penny try unsuccessfully to enjoy a romantic evening at his place.
Jake and Penny try to convince themselves the kiss they shared was meaningless; Claire is dismayed because she thinks Jake belongs with Dylan.
Gavin tells Jake that Dylan feels sexually harassed at work; Claire arrives for her first day of work at the morning show.
Jake gives Dylan a gift inscribed with a romantic sentiment, and Dylan's boyfriend, Gavin, reads the inscription.
Jake gives Dylan and Gavin the mistaken impression he is an alcoholic; Penny is disconcerted when she discovers Frank has listed her as his emergency contact.
Dylan resents Jake's efforts to improve her mind; Claire makes an impromptu appearance on the morning show; Sister Brenda contemplates leaving the convent.
Dylan's mother (Bess Armstrong) does not like Gavin but takes a shine to Jake; Claire and Penny vie for the same man (Harry Hamlin).
Jake is flabbergasted when Dylan urges him to admit he has a crush on someone at work.
Dylan mistakenly kisses Jake when both he and Gavin show up dressed as The Flash for a Halloween remote telecast.
Jake accepts Dylan's offer to move into her apartment; Frank struggles to tell Lucia about her annoying habit.
When Jake tries to help Gavin and Lucia get along, the revelation of a secret makes Dylan reconsider Gavin.
While driving Gavin to a personal appearance, Jake discovers he has more in common with him than he imagined.
Jake agrees to go out with Dylan's best friend because he secretly wants to spend more time around Dylan.
Jake alienates the entire staff while asserting his authority as the new producer; Gavin and Lucia refuse to leave their dressing rooms.
A young producer (Mark Feuerstein) takes a job with a Miami company to revamp the lowest-rated morning show in the country.