Molly accompanies a mobster's nerdy son to the prom, where her soulmate, Ben, appears to be falling for someone else.
When Rick loses the house in a card game, the mobster winner agrees to cancel the deal if Molly will accompany his son to the prom.
When the Stage family competes in a clam festival, Molly enters the Miss Quahog pageant, Grandma coaches Rick for the eating contest, and Jerry and Grant build the family float.
When Rick falls in love for the first time, Molly tries to turn him into a more sensitive guy for his girlfriend (Colleen Haskell).
Molly becomes smitten with her pretty and popular chemistry partner's clique; Mary and Jerry's anniversary celebration goes awry.
The Stages' hospitality backfires when their crazy (guest stars Howard Hesseman, Susan Ruttan) neighbors move in with them.
A baby is left on the Stage's doorstep with a note saying Rick is the daddy, making him panic that his swinging bachelor days are over.
Molly makes a music video featuring her brother in an attempt to spice up her campaign for student-body president, but her plan backfires.
Molly promises to reunite Grandma with an estranged niece (Naomi Judd).
With soccer season over, Jerry becomes obsessed by a big project for the whole family -- building a boat.
The family joins Molly on a road trip to Pennsylvania, where Molly hopes to secure a scholarship.
Everyone is excited about having a snow day off, but Mary's idea of fun for the whole family is doing household chores.
Molly flirts with the son of Jerry's professional rival; Rick becomes jealous.
Mary works at the school cafeteria to be closer to Molly, and then an outbreak of food poisoning occurs.
The arrival of an exchange student prompts Molly's feelings about her family to change.
Jerry sets Molly up with a guy who reminds him of him 20 years ago, and Molly's afraid to break her father's heart by turning down the date.
Molly hunts for the owner of a homemade CD filled with love songs, convinced he's her soul mate; Jerry uses the CD to apologize to Mary for an unknown offence.
Molly is forced to celebrate her 16th birthday at a local restaurant with her family -- under the scrutiny of cool kids at school.
As the family rallies Halloween spirit, Molly and Grandma focus on boyfriend issues.
Molly becomes a popular cheerleader for the wrestling squad, leaving behind her former friends on the chess team.
Molly's first date with Nick (Shaun Sipos) is at a community-theater production of "Hair," starring her parents.
A girl comes of age in a home jam-packed with offbeat family members, including a penny-pinching mother and a father whose sole passion is coaching girls soccer.