Mona decides to take charge of her life and dates both Chase and Lorenzo; those decisions cause complications; Dee Dee starts dating a health fanatic.
Mona sees a therapist to cope with the breakup and makes a discovery about Chase; Dee Dee tries to counsel Brett about staff relations at the office.
After she breaks up with Chase, Mona's emotions get out of hand and jeopardize her career; Dee Dee suspects one of her clients is having an affair.
Following a brief encounter with her ex-boyfriend, Mona has provocative thoughts about other men; Big Dee Dee produces Adam's stand-up show.
Dee Dee tries to butter up Brent by inviting him to dinner, but things do not go as planned after they both drink too much.
Mona is in the middle when her old boyfriend, Lorenzo, asks her to help him get job working for her current boyfriend, Chase (Lamman Rucker).
Dee Dee's new actor boyfriend asks her to join him when he is set to star in a new reality show.
Spencer's new girlfriend (Michelle Williams) continues to resist his advances.
Spencer's budding relationship with a rival record executive (Michelle Williams) causes conflict with Mona.
Mona and Spencer disagree over how to handle their newest star act; Dee Dee receives an invitation to appear on a popular sports program.
Dee Dee struggles with her lack of a personal life when she realizes that everyone has a partner except her.
Big Dee Dee decides to boost her spirits by throwing herself a big holiday legends ball.
Charles and Spencer intervene when Dee Dee protests a co-worker's (Joey Lawrence) misogynist questioning.
Dee Dee has ulterior motives when she invites Mona to a weekend at the spa.
Wanting to avoid the task himself, Spencer asks Dee Dee to break up with his girlfriend (Taraji P. Henson) for him.
After Dee Dee hassles her to go, Mona agrees to relive her past and attend her 10-year high-school reunion.
The sisters wind up in a bidding war when Dee Dee's first client decides to give up baseball for a musical career.
Phyllis tries to set Mona up with handsome firefighter Glen (Coby Bell), but he winds up falling for Phyllis.
Dee Dee must resolve her differences with a competitive co-worker, Brett Mahoney (Joey Lawrence), in order for them to win over a new client.
Dee Dee's life changes direction when she gets an unexpected career opportunity.
Phyllis teaches dismayed Big Dee Dee how to live on a budget.
Mona's insecurities threaten her budding relationship with her new tenant, Lorenzo.
As law school graduation draws near, Dee Dee feels pressure because she has no job yet; Mona panics when Phyllis finds a fantastic apartment in her neighborhood.
When Phyllis gets into trouble with her Homeowner's Association, Dee Dee defends her, but winds up causing more trouble.
When Big Dee Dee crashes Phyllis' charity telethon meeting, Phyllis loses it and tells everyone that Big Dee Dee was pregnant before she married Charles.
When Mona is offered a different job at another record label, she must decide whether to stay or move on.
When Dee Dee turns down Mona's request for a favor, Mona regrets telling her not to let people take advantage of her.
When Mona finds out that Dee Dee has reunited with her ex-boyfriend (Yancey Arias), she is disappointed that Dee Dee did not trust her enough to tell her.
When Spencer ruins Mona's chance to secure Jimmy Jam and Terry Lewis as judges for the Delicious Records talent contest, Mona is left looking for other judges at the last minute.
Dee Dee begs for an introduction when she learns her mother's co-star (T.C. Carson) is the husband of her role model, Maxine (Erika Alexander).
Mona gets upset when her boss takes credit for the Delicious Records talent search.
When Dee Dee loses a game of poker to Mona, she has difficulty accepting that she is not the best at something.
When Mona learns that her new boyfriend is living out of his luxury car, she finds it hard to continue their relationship.
Dee Dee musters up the courage to introduce Carter (guest star Yancy Arias) to Big Dee Dee and Charles.
Dee Dee's Thanksgiving dinner leads to high drama, as an unexpected guest and a confession take center stage.
Dee Dee believes she has found the perfect man in Carter (Yancy Arias), until she discovers he is divorced and has two children.
Spencer must control a rebellious performer (Ginuwine) in order to prove he is executive material.
Mona tries to diffuse tension created by her friendship with Dee Dee's nemesis, Stephanie, by inviting them both out to a restaurant.
Feeling alienated from friends and family, Mona parties on the eve of a big presentation.
Dee Dee cannot contain her jealousy when her ex-boyfriend is about to marry, so she tells his fiancee about their relationship.
Mona hatches a plan to sign a hot new recording artist, Asia (guest star Faith Evans), to Delicious Records.
Mona and Dee Dee decide to find the perfect man for each other as birthday presents.
Mona buys a horse on the Internet after learning about Dee Dee's, but she believes she has been cheated when the horse trainer (Rupert Boneham) arrives.
While attempting to help Mona get over her recent heartbreak, Dee Dee unintentionally drives her into Spencer's arms; Phyllis brings her new boyfriend (Louis Gossett Jr.) to a family dinner.
Mona discovers that Nick's parents (Meredith Baxter and Martin Mull) made racist comments about interracial relationships; Phyllis fears her relationships may be jinxed.
Dee Dee rekindles an old flame; Spencer tries to convince a musician (Billy Dee Williams) to sign a contract with Delicious Records.
Dee Dee dresses provocatively for an interview at a law firm with her potential new boss, Darrell Washington (Giancarlo Esposito).
Phyllis uses her womanly arts to compete with another parishioner for the heart of a handsome pastor (guest star Clifton Davis).
Mona discovers the downside of her new vice presidential position when she is forced to fire her friend Adam.
Dee Dee's date with a tough guy winds up being an adventure she will not forget; Big Dee Dee is left to care for the baby on her own after her attitude drives away the nanny (guest star Daisy Fuentes).
In Las Vegas, Spencer wakes to find he might have gotten married the night before to Dee Dee's shapely friend.
Dee Dee becomes hysterical when her mother goes into labor, while Mona remains calm; a motivational speaker (Evan Marriott) influences Charles.
Mona and Spencer fret when a new boss (MC Lyte) begins downsizing Delicious Records; Dee Dee thinks of names for her unborn brother.
Camille's best friend, Carlo (Antonio Sabato Jr.), charms Mona, then she learns he has fallen for Camille.
Dee Dee's ex-boyfriend announces that he is getting married during the family holiday dinner; Phyllis dates a shopping-mall Santa.
Dee Dee betrays Mona's confidence at a baby shower; Big Dee Dee attacks a guest who rubs her belly too many times; Spencer gets a 'metrosexual' makeover.
Spencer's cousin regales the staff at Delicious Records with an embarrassing story about Mona and Spencer.
Dee Dee discovers Phyllis' perfect new boyfriend is actually married.
Mona discovers a potential new talent (Tamyra Gray); Dee Dee thinks she has found the perfect man (Kiko Ellsworth).
When Mona encourages her mother to start dating again, Phyllis joins her daughter's social circle; Dee Dee helps her father evict a tenant.
Dee Dee jealously anticipates sharing the spotlight with a new baby.
An earthquake strikes on Mona's birthday, trapping Dee Dee and her pregnant mother together in the laundry room.
Phyllis and Big Dee Dee set their daughters up with the same aspiring politician (Anthony Montgomery).
Big Dee Dee and Dee Dee secretly take pregnancy tests; Mona accepts the fact that Spencer is happy with his new girlfriend (Rowena King).
Mona and Dee Dee quarrel until their father suffers a heart attack, and they must put aside their differences.
Dee Dee and Mona compete to see who can give the best gift on Mother's Day, but they wind up tarnishing the day with their materialism.
Spencer comes to a realization when he pretends to be Mona's boyfriend; Dee Dee decides to break up with her boyfriend.
Dee Dee draws the wrong conclusion when Mona refuses to divulge the details of an embarrassing erotic dream.
Dee Dee fakes a serious injury to keep Mona around following an accident in self-defense class.
Mona dates a handsome model who is somewhat slow-witted; Tyrese performs at the Lush Lounge.
Dee Dee has a streak of bad luck but regains her confidence with Mona's help.
Mona goes on a date with a journalist, and her disparaging remarks about a recording artist get published in a music magazine.
Two of Mona's ex-boyfriends pursue her on St. Valentine's Day.
Mona and Dee Dee urge Spencer to get tested for AIDS after he has a one-night stand.
Dee Dee wonders why her boyfriend doesn't seem interested in becoming intimate; Mona takes up smoking again.
Mona and Dee Dee arrange a blind date for Spencer.
Grandma Thorne (Diahann Carroll) plays favorites on Thanksgiving Day; Spencer divulges one of Mona's intimate secrets at dinner.
Mona accuses Dee Dee of trying to change her to fit in with her snooty friends; Spencer starts dating one of Dee Dee's wealthy friends.
Dee Dee discovers her new beau shares a torrid past with her sister, Mona.
Date dumps Mona after complaining she is not ethnic enough for him; Spencer passes Mona off as Scary Spice at the Shark Club so she can watch rapper DMX perform.
Mona angrily walks out of an awards ceremony honoring her father.
Dee Dee gets a waitressing job to gain Mona's respect; Phyllis hopes a dating service can find Mona a decent man.
Dee Dee helps save Mona's job by placating a temperamental recording artist; Mona feels protective toward her younger sister.
Mona is reminded of painful moments from her childhood during a birthday party; Phyllis decides to come clean.
Mona suspects her sister is scheming to steal her best friend, Spencer.
Half sisters live in the same San Francisco apartment building. In this episode: A guy falls for Dee Dee.