Arthur mistakenly trusts Robert; Maggie loses her wedding ring.
Maggie arranges a cure for Arthur.
Maggie's jury duty interferes with her charity work.
Maggie chooses her favorite son; Robert is kidnapped.
Arthur tries to put an end to the family feud.
A trip to Britain doesn't include Maggie as originally planned.
Robert loses his mother on a trip to buy ice cream.
Maggie resists meeting Arthur's girlfriend at a Sunday lunch.
Arthur finds a baby at home when he returns from work.
Maggie returns home at an odd hour during respite care.
Maggie steals a clock from a neighbor.
Maggie carries her husband's ashes in her purse.
A visiting parakeet causes problems.
Maggie returns to her own home after a drive with Arthur.
Arthur and Robert devise a plan for Maggie's welfare.
Maggie deals with jealousy between Arthur and Robert.
Maggie blames Arthur for her puppy's disappearance.
Robert's evening plans don't include his wife or mother.
Maggie insists Arthur teach her to drive.
Arthur pays a woman to befriend Maggie.
Maggie dons her late husband's war medals.
Maggie agrees to accompany a virtual stranger on a cruise.
Arthur tries to sooth tensions between Maggie and a neighbor.
Maggie reads her will to her astonished family.
Maggie treats injured Arthur like an infant.
Maggie does not return from her walk at the family picnic.
Maggie tries to ensure her place in heaven.
Arthur tries to unravel Maggie's Christmas plans.
Maggie decides to move when Arthur asserts his independence.
Maggie insists on joining Arthur and his friends at cards.
Arthur schemes to spend time with a new girlfriend.
Arthur receives a job offer in another city.
Maggie's cheerfulness disrupts a funeral.
Maggie wishes Arthur could have a marriage like Robert's.
Both sons have plans for Maggie's uncashed pension checks.
Maggie falls ill after Arthur announces plans to move out.
Maggie invites a boyfriend to her birthday party.
Maggie tries to stop Arthur's date with his wife.
Arthur tries to hide his vacation plans from Maggie.
Arthur tries to stop Maggie from befriending odd people.
Arthur tries to clear up Maggie's affairs with the social worker.
Arthur decides to institutionalize his eccentric mother.