Ben, Peter, Joey and Christopher lose a basketball game with a group of college-age players but accept their challenge to a rematch.
Jane's dream romance with a writer from Montana forces her to choose whether she wants to give up her career and friends to follow him.
Ben decides to run for councilman to protest the construction of a shopping mall on the current site of the historic Whitley Town Hall.
Homemaker Mary runs into problems when she attempts to pursue a career; Christopher decides to settle in Whitley; guest Annie Golden.
A paternity suit forces Christopher to consider fatherhood; Barbara decides not to run her usual credit check on a new beau's assets.
Christopher arranges for the gang to come to New York for his big concert, but frustration sets in when nothing goes quite as planned.
Ben and Mary's matchmaking plans for Joey (Daniel Stern) go awry when his ex-wife Darryl (Nancy Paul) arrives with gifts for everyone.
Barbara invites her ex-husband and his girlfriend to her divorce party; Peter asks rock star Christopher to advise him on love matters.
Peter is furious when he learns that Barbara secretly sent out a play he finished after 15 years -- until the producer shows interest.
Two people who have cohabited for 15 years and raised two children decide to wed and invite friends and family to witness the event.