After slipping on a banana, unconscious Tony is brought to the hospital, where he has a flashback dream; the "Morning, Chicago" gang chips in to give him a surprise when he returns.
At the station owner's request, Bonnie consults with a plastic surgeon (guest star Dax Shepard); Bonnie tries to keep Tony away from the brownies for the Great American Bake Sale.
David invites his anger-management group over to Bonnie's house for a meeting.
Bonnie and the gang help Gloria prepare for a date; chef Carmine Competelli and his mother return to "Morning Chicago."
Bonnie becomes jealous after discovering that the therapist she encouraged Mark to see is a beautiful woman (Garcelle Beauvais-Nilon).
Bonnie does a commercial for her favorite soup, only to find that the director (Dax Shepard) wants a different image.
Bonnie and her colleagues display their unique talents to fill airtime during the station's annual late-night telethon.
Bonnie learns Charlie has an admirer at school; a 12-year-old prodigy, Chef Rio, is a guest on "Morning Chicago."
The gang pitches in to prepare a romantic anniversary dinner for Bonnie and Mark; Bonnie plays the drums with Grand Master Seiichi Tanaka and his percussionists.
Bonnie's older sister pays an unexpected visit and brings with her a much younger boyfriend; Bonnie welcomes animal trainer Tom Gunderson and his orangutan, Louie, to "Morning Chicago."
Bonnie and friends help Tony deal with a thug out to collect his gambling debt.
Bonnie dreams she was never the host of "Morning Chicago" and gets a chilling glimpse of what the show would be like without her.
Gang suspects Rappin' Rip (Rip Taylor) is guilty of leaking a story about Bonnie to the local press; Bonnie does not know how to tell the the new food-service provider that the crew finds her food inedible.
After the construction on David's razed house is completed, the gang's well-intentioned efforts to help with the move end in disaster.
In an effort to spare Holly's feelings, Bonnie and the gang try to verify the rumors surrounding the station's morning news anchorman.
Bonnie broadcasts her show from a hospital bed after getting food poisoning.
The station owner (Carl Reiner) asks Bonnie and the gang to celebrate Halloween with a "Wizard of Oz" theme; Leonard (Martin Mull) hosts a fashion show for senior citizens.
Bonnie's children wreak havoc on the set of "Morning Chicago," while Gloria stays home and grapples with mood swings.
Bonnie gets involved in the marital problems of Mark's boss when hosting a well-known marriage therapist on "Morning Chicago."
Bonnie pleads with contractors (Tom and Dick Smothers) to get their job done faster when she loses patience with houseguest David.
Bonnie hears David talking about her in his sleep and becomes convinced he has a crush on her.
An iron sets David's house ablaze, and he moves in with Bonnie and her family. Jack La Lanne guest stars.
Bonnie, Mark and the "Morning Chicago" gang attend the funeral of Gloria's friend Mary Ellen.
Bonnie is afraid to tell Mark that she dinged his new car. Rip Taylor and Martin Mull guest star.
Gloria is suspected of stealing when Bonnie notices things are missing around the house; a magician and Russian dancers appear on the show.
Bonnie hires a man from a shelter to assist her, but he ends up causing her more trouble. Gary Bayer and Don Lake guest star.
Bonnie stages a fake show to appease her boss' (guest star Carl Reiner) demanding wife (guest star Teri Garr), who wants to promote a book he hates.
Everybody pitches in to help Tony study after he decides to pursue a high-school diploma; Mark buys Bonnie a lovely nightgown, but he overestimates the size.
Bonnie welcomes a psychic (Robin Williams) to her morning show.
The Molloys get an unexpected visitor; on the morning show, Bonnie deals with a speechless guest and an angry juggler.
Holly falls for a guy (guest star Frank Stallone) she met via an Internet dating service -- much to Marv's chagrin.
Bonnie hosts local gossip columnist Rappin Rip (guest star Rip Taylor); Samantha gets a crush on a classmate.
When a snowstorm strands the Molloys in Chicago on Christmas, the family celebrates with the "Morning Chicago" gang.
While celebrating her 15th wedding anniversary, Bonnie dreams she's married to Tom Hanks (guest starring as himself).
Johnny Volcano (David Duchovny) returns to "Morning Chicago" to promote a soap-opera appearance with Bonnie.
Bonnie welcomes an author with multiple personalities to the show; Mark tries to balance the checkbook despite Bonnie's habit of not recording checks.
The station owner asks Bonnie to change her look and the tone of the show to try to impress an investment group from Nashville.
The kids go trick-or-treating with Charlie costumed as Conan O'Brien; "Morning Chicago" hosts an animal costume fashion show staged by a designer (guest star Martin Mull).
Mark has been working late since his former nurse retired, and Bonnie begins to wonder what his new nurse looks like.
Bonnie is forced to co-host with the station owner's son, who has a crush on her; David, Holly, Marv and Tony have to baby-sit Bonnie's children.
To dispel beliefs that their marriage may be on the rocks, Bonnie forces Mark to act like they are the perfect couple.
Bonnie tries to show Mark that her job is as demanding as his is; Samantha's teacher complains that she has been daydreaming too much in class.
The station's weatherman (David Duchovny) fills in for a last-minute cancellation on "Morning Chicago."
A working mom (Bonnie Hunt) upsets her family by telling tales in her job as a local TV show host. This episode: Bonnie interviews a guest author and hosts two Italian chefs.