Robbie and Shrug's friendship becomes strained after Robbie purchases his own house.
Jennifer is set to have her appendectomy televised; Shrug gets a beautiful nanny; a seedy cousin blackmails Arthur.
Arthur dates a presumably naive 21-year-old woman; Lauren dates Robbie's stockbroker.
A former college classmate becomes successful after stealing stories from Arthur's life.
An insurance saleswoman makes advances on Arthur the first day of his new job; Robbie and Jennifer attend a baby-naming ceremony.
Robbie's date obsesses over Val Kilmer; Shrug helps a friend open a nostalgic-scents bar; Lauren sees an apparition on a Hollywood billboard.
Jennifer and Lauren fight over their manicurist's vibrating chair; Arthur falls for his date's psychiatrist.
Shrug can't remember a romantic encounter; a Los Angeles paper offers Arthur a job; Jennifer and Carrie Fisher (playing herself) avoid calls from David Bowie.
The mayor of Los Angeles uses Arthur's book to bolster his image.
A Hollywood producer steals Robbie's movie idea; Arthur is ambivalent about leaving Los Angeles.
A producer makes a documentary chronicling the breakup of Robbie and his first true love.
Lauren dates a Hollywood celebrity who is a Siamese twin; Jennifer alters her birth date in a government computer and almost loses her identity.
Arthur covets Robbie's sex life; Jennifer stalks a critic who gave her a bad review.
Arthur's publisher finds the women of tinseltown charming when he visits.
Arthur gets angry when a restaurant refuses to serve his burger medium-rare.
Arthur avoids a massage with Lauren; Shrug opens a detective agency.
The memory of a love lost haunts Shrug; Arthur tries to impress a blind date.
Jennifer worries a televised car chase may preempt her career-reviving TV ad.
Robbie is reluctant to date a girl who lacks imperfections; Shrug insults Elliott Gould at Cathy's party.