Delivery complications nearly kill Jan; guest Danny Thomas.
After hours, Dot and Sonny console each other at the restaurant.
Frustrated Dot hires a professional matchmaker.
Nancy fears losing her job to a younger woman.
Sonny finds trouble in a notebook full of women's numbers.
Ginger and Amy want a double wedding.
A valentine from Amy's beau includes a hotel-room key.
Sonny's temporary replacement is a big hit.
Sonny's lover and father move in simultaneously.
Ginger attempts to keep her successful mother (Nancy Wilson) from knowing she's a waitress.
Horror movies turn Dot's dreams into nightmares.
Discouraged actress Dot works as a casting assistant.
Amy's preacher beau wants her to go on the road with him.
Ginger tries voodoo to land a husband.
Dot thinks she sees a murder in the next building.
A new date proves a match for assertive Ginger.
Sonny comes down with a severe case of "middle-age blues" when he turns 40.
Jan announces she is pregnant.
Neglected Nancy has an extramarital fling.
Ginger discovers Amy keeps a gun in the apartment.
A career-magazine interview inspires reminiscences.
Ginger's beau makes a sudden and forceful proposal.
Sonny's ego inflates after he saves a patron.
Sonny bribes Amy with tickets belonging to a friend.
Dot helps an actress and sees her find success.
Grandma St. James decides to live with Ginger.
Jan attempts to reunite her divorced parents.
Nancy's long-estranged cousin comes to make amends.
Jan and Richie celebrate a windfall prematurely.
Dot's boyfriend is assigned to review her play.
To keep Howard, Nancy debates plastic surgery.
Sonny offends a group of feminist diners.
Amy learns her pen pal is newly paroled.
Dot meets a man through a personal ad.
Sonny's visiting mother belittles his career.
Howard is jealous when he sees Nancy with a date.
Lovesick Howard follows Nancy to Las Vegas.
The waitresses contrive a diary for snooping Nancy to find.
Nancy eyes vulnerable Howard; Dot may be pregnant.
Dot lands a long-awaited soap-opera role.
The staff acts in a version of "Little Red Riding Hood."
Jan cannot cope with her daughter's first date.
The waitresses take revenge in Nancy's dream wedding.
Groom Sonny is stood up -- twice.
Richie becomes obsessed with Jan's blond wig.
Nancy evaluates her relationships during therapy.
Dot falls for a man who has dated Amy.
Jan plans a romantic night with Richie in the hotel.
Two men propose to Ginger on the same day.
Dot quits her job to pursue acting.
Tropical-island natives name Howard as their chief.
The Dickie Doodle Fan Club meets at the restaurant.
Dot's former beau, now a priest, rethinks his vows.
Pressured Amy accepts a marriage proposal.
Dot agrees to fill in for a stripper at a party.
Ginger baby-sits; Sonny runs afoul of the mob.
Evicted Ginger and Amy camp out in the restaurant.
The girls decide to give Nancy a birthday party.
Jan unknowingly sells a valuable sculpture for $250.
Sonny buys what he believes is oil-rich land.
Nancy will do anything for a good restaurant review.
A meeting of a mystery society results in murder.
Nancy tries to squelch Dot and Howard's romance.
Dot's mother and Jan's father go on a blind date.
Sonny and the girls set out for a weekend gig in Las Vegas, but wind up stranded in a seedy hotel.
Nancy's man-hungry, estranged sister arrives.
The girls think Jan's husband is dating Ginger.
Jan's old flame comes for her high-school reunion.
Jan, Dot, Amy and Ginger hunt men in a singles bar.
Sonny accidentally locks himself on the roof.
Sonny thinks his latest girl's beau is after him.
Dot doesn't laugh when she's depicted in her boyfriend's comic strip.
A scene from Dot's acting class becomes reality.
Jan stretches the truth for a high-school rival.
Dot finds she cannot keep her new puppy.
The girls recall funny stories about some of the men they had the misfortune of knowing.
Cassie rooms with Sonny until she can find a condo.
Dot attempts to save a princess from jewel thieves.
Nancy is reluctant to have a needed operation.
A woman accuses Cassie of taking her husband.
A man is hired after suing for sexual discrimination.
Everyone is overworked when Dot has jury duty.
The president is coming to the restaurant.
Assorted mishaps plague Jan's wedding day.
The band doesn't show for a prom at the restaurant.
A Soviet track star defects in the restaurant.
Jan declares she's through with men, but a broken fan leads to a change of heart.
A record-company executive "discovers" Sonny.
Terrorists seize the restaurant.
Amy's father demands she come back home to Texas.
A suave millionaire sweeps Cassie off her feet.
Amy receives gifts from an explicit secret admirer.
Jan's arm is stuck in a wall just before a big date.
An ailing girl inspires depressed Dot.
Jan overhears two men fixing a horse race.
Tired of domestic chores, Maggie joins a theater group and finds romance with its director.
Dot gives up her job for a part in a play.
Maggie's brother falls for Jan.
The waitresses try to reunite Dennis and his wife.
Sonny reunites with his estranged brother, but anger flares when his brother's fiancee makes a pass at him.
A change in the restaurant's ownership forces the employees to face the reality of unemployment.
Jan's ex-husband (Dennis Dugan) returns.
Cassie tries to convince a former boyfriend that he's ready to make a commitment with the woman he's about to marry.
Dot feels guilty after disabling a mugger.
A woman claims Sonny is her child's father.
The waitresses become involved with a baseball team.
Nancy loses her job because of her age.
Lois' daughter lies about her in a school paper.
Lois finds a porno magazine in Ellen's things.
Dot and Vicki eye the same man; guest Susan Ruttan.
A professor Jan dated threatens to fail her.
A fire traps patrons in the restaurant.
A handsome Venezuelan dumps adoring Cassie.
Jan tries to pay for her daughter's dance classes.
Lois is reunited with her high-school sweetheart.
Vicki's visiting father has a fling with Nancy.
Cassie reluctantly agrees to take in homeless Vicki.
A burglar invades the waitresses' slumber party.
Vicki's innocence loses her a man.