Mickey suggests couple's therapy to draw Donna back into the relationship; Jake attempts to talk his way back into Bianca's life.
Mickey starts to see progress in his therapy; Jake runs out of alibis; Carol decides to trade in Doug's Corvette.
Mickey plans a surprise party for Randall to get back in his good graces.
Against Carol's wishes, Doug buys a Corvette; Bianca suspects something between Jake and Missy.
Micky reluctantly agrees to therapy; the Nelsons debate how to use their money.
Doug's parents' anniversary party causes everyone to evaluate their relationships with their parents.
Donna decides that the family needs to start attending church; Jake is nearly caught with Missy.
Donna and Micky discuss Donna's shift from full-time writer to full-time mother; Jake continues to pursue Missy.
Micky has a problem programming his TiVo system; Donna considers her role as a parent.
Micky feels guilty for his extramarital excursion; Donna wants Bobby to attend a posh preschool.
Micky contemplates telling Donna about his fling; Carole defies Doug and returns to work.
Micky goes too far with his masseuse; Jake crosses a line with Missy.
Micky thinks Donna is having an affair; Doug has a back problem, and Jake proposes a cure.
Micky and Donna remodel the kitchen; Jake's call girl retires; Doug works instead of attending Carol's birthday party.
Donna may be pregnant; Doug's mother-in-law visits.
Donna gives Micky a pager; Jake's jilted lover threatens to tell his wife about their affair.
Micky and Donna need a hobby; Jake turns busybody for the guys.
Donna wants to have another baby; Jake terminates his office affair.
Micky tries to keep Donna away from Missy; Jake starts a romance at the office.
Donna discovers pornography on Micky's computer; Micky hires a sexy assistant.