1996 - 1997, Comedy
Mike Logan and his ex wife and new boss, Kate lack much in common besides their daughter Abby.

Episode Guide

  • Ink - Going to the Dogs (Season 1 Episode 22)
    Season 1 Episode 22:

    Going to the Dogs

    Kate plans to tranquilize Abby's dog with spiked meatballs, which Mike eats.

  • Ink - Murphy's Law (Season 1 Episode 21)
    Season 1 Episode 21:

    Murphy's Law

    Mike's yearly trysts with Murphy Brown signal national disasters.

  • Ink - The Bodyguard Strikes Back (Season 1 Episode 20)
    Season 1 Episode 20:

    The Bodyguard Strikes Back

    Death threats prompt Leo to hire Kate's boyfriend to guard Mike.

  • Ink - The Debutante (Season 1 Episode 19)
    Season 1 Episode 19:

    The Debutante

    Kate is mortified that Abby wants to make a society debut; Mike agrees so he can get an interview.

  • Ink - Logan's Run (Season 1 Episode 18)
    Season 1 Episode 18:

    Logan's Run

    Competitors Mike and Jack Stein abandon ethics for an exclusive interview.

  • Ink - The Fighting Irish (Season 1 Episode 17)
    Season 1 Episode 17:

    The Fighting Irish

    A long-standing feud flares when Abby's grandfathers both show up for her school play.

  • Ink - Face Off (Season 1 Episode 16)
    Season 1 Episode 16:

    Face Off

    Mike and Kate appear on a late night talk show and bicker; CBS offers them a show together.

  • Ink - Breaking the Rules (Season 1 Episode 15)
    Season 1 Episode 15:

    Breaking the Rules

    Kate's sister (Kirstie Alley) uses Mike to test her "rules to catch a man."

  • Ink - Life Without Mikey (Season 1 Episode 14)
    Season 1 Episode 14:

    Life Without Mikey

    Mike's obituary is accidentally printed in the newspaper; guest Jay Thomas; Jonathan Katz.

  • Ink - The Bodyguard (Season 1 Episode 13)
    Season 1 Episode 13:

    The Bodyguard

    Mike interrupts Kate's romantic evening; Brian is living with Kate.

  • Ink - The Bodyguard (Season 1 Episode 12)
    Season 1 Episode 12:

    The Bodyguard

    Death threats arrive at the paper prompting Kate Montgomery to get a bodyguard.

  • Ink - The English-Speaking Patients (Season 1 Episode 11)
    Season 1 Episode 11:

    The English-Speaking Patients

    An argument turns into a food fight, prodding Kate and Mike into counseling.

  • Ink - Funny, You Don't Look 100 (Season 1 Episode 10)
    Season 1 Episode 10:

    Funny, You Don't Look 100

    Every writer wants to be on the front page of The Sun's centennial issue.

  • Ink - Devil in a Blue Dress (Season 1 Episode 9)
    Season 1 Episode 9:

    Devil in a Blue Dress

    Abby gets a tattoo and moves in with her dad; Mike has to deal with having a teenager; Alan gets to go for a ride in a police car.

  • Ink - The Black Book (Season 1 Episode 8)
    Season 1 Episode 8:

    The Black Book

    A socialite madam's client list has Alan's (Saul Rubinek) name on it.

  • Ink - United We Fall (Season 1 Episode 7)
    Season 1 Episode 7:

    United We Fall

    Mike and other reporters support a printers strike; Mike needs the strike to end so he can get a job story.

  • Ink - Mike & Kelly & Max & Kate (Season 1 Episode 6)
    Season 1 Episode 6:

    Mike & Kelly & Max & Kate

    Mike and Kate each fend off persistent admirers; with Paul Mazursky.

  • Ink - The Sandwich (Season 1 Episode 5)
    Season 1 Episode 5:

    The Sandwich

    The first person to eat the Mike Logan (Ted Danson) deli sandwich dies of a heart attack.

  • Ink - High Noon (Season 1 Episode 4)
    Season 1 Episode 4:

    High Noon

    When a rival paper woos Mike (Ted Danson), Kate (Mary Steenburgen) offers his column to Jack Stein (Jay Thomas).

  • Ink - Getting Over the Hemp (Season 1 Episode 3)
    Season 1 Episode 3:

    Getting Over the Hemp

    Mike and Kate panic when they find marijuana in Abby's coat pocket.

  • Ink - Paper Cuts (Season 1 Episode 2)
    Season 1 Episode 2:

    Paper Cuts

    A column by Mike (Ted Danson) triggers a lawsuit, forcing budget cuts by Kate (Mary Steenburgen).

  • Ink - Above the Fold (Season 1 Episode 1)
    Season 1 Episode 1:

    Above the Fold

    Complications greet newly divorced newspaper reporters (Ted Danson, Mary Steenburgen) when a promotion makes her his boss.