During a trip to Las Vegas to promote Tony and Bernie's show, Dana gets angry when she thinks Tony would rather spend time with Bernie than his own family.
Bernie invites Tony to spend time with him and his friends, with surprising results.
When the Kleinmans' neighbors agree to give Dana a donation for the construction of the petting zoo, Tony interferes and jeopardizes the donation.
Megan is excited to have a part in the community theater show until Tony is offered the part as her leading man.
When Megan's soccer coach (Bob Saget) quits, Bernie offers to coach and discovers the perfect motivation for a team of young women.
When Tony runs into the man who used to bully him at summer camp, he decides to organize a camp reunion in which he intends to prove his manhood to the bully.
Tony schedules a colonoscopy, only to find that the doctor performing the procedure once dated his wife.
Dana tries to rekindle her youth by getting a tattoo, but when Tony disapproves she agrees to remove it if he loses weight.
Tony invites Bernie for a weekend of male bonding when Dana is away, but the honeymoon ends when Bernie's girlfriend arrives.
Tony and Dana are excluded from the neighborhood party, so they try to make friends with new neighbors by inviting them over for dinner.
Tony tries to stand up to a bully in a restaurant, with surprising results.
Megan takes an interest in Mickey's golf adversary, but Tony forbids her to see him.
Mickey is jealous when Tony focuses on Megan after she scores the winning goal in her soccer championship.
Tony and Bernie try to keep their gambling a secret from Bernie's mother (Marla Gibbs); Megan and Mickey accidentally break the dining room table.
When Megan's cell phone bill is too high, Tony suggests she do charity work to learn compassion for others.
The search for the perfect birthday gift turns into a competition between Tony and Dana.
Mickey becomes fascinated with the medical profession while hospitalized for swallowing a bee.
Bernie's mechanic insists Tony borrow Dennis Rodman's Hummer when his car is in the shop.
Tony asks Bernie's advice on rekindling the spark in his relationship with Dana; Tony's talk show turns out to be a hit with gay viewers.
Bernie proves to be more popular when he and Tony are both asked to speak at Megan and Mickey's school assembly.
Tony tries tough love when Megan breaks her curfew, prompting Megan to fight back by terrorizing the family with her outrageous behavior.
Tony tries to relate to his teenage daughter, who is embarrassed by his exuberance and out-of-date clothes.