Belvedere gets cold feet on the eve of his wedding.
Belvedere falls in love.
Belvedere's mother visits.
An elderly neighbor escapes from a nursing home.
Marsha does time in prison while her "twin" makes time at home.
Marsha has temporary custody of a baby.
Heather wants to sabotage a beauty contest.
Wesley runs away with Sheila's daughter.
Belevedere inherits a donut shop.
Kevin's lecherous roommate dates Heather.
Kevin and Belevedere vie for a college professor.
The clan performs "A Christmas Carol."
Wesley makes fake money in the school print shop.
Used-car salesman Kevin feels pangs of conscience.
Wesley must find homes for his dog's puppies.
A popular guy takes Heather to the homecoming dance.
An illiterate boy bribes Wesley to do his work.
Belvedere tries to help George overcome his fear of flying.
Wesley (Brice Beckham) pretends to be friends with a big classmate (Jeff Rochlin) for protection from the school bullies. With Christopher Hewett and Bob Uecker.
George's commodities investment goes awry.
George and Wesley vie on a game show.
Hall-of-Famers join George for sandlot baseball.
Belvedere locks himself in the attic with Wesley.
Marsha wants Belvedere to give her cooking lessons.
Comatose Belvedere views his life.
George uses Wesley's love poems to romance Marsha.
A rich, elderly woman proposes to paid escort Kevin.
Belvedere publishes memoirs; the family cringes.
Kevin's (Rob Stone) former girlfriend and her husband (Winnie Freedman, Walter Olkewicz) visit. With Christopher Hewett.
Debaters Heather and Angela both like the speech club captain.
A look at their cruise ship disheartens Marsha and George.
Wesley's opponent for class president is a paraplegic.
George, Kevin and Mr. Belvedere (Bob Uecker, Rob Stone, Christopher Hewett) disguise themselves as women to catch a thief.
Skip Hollings becomes suicidal when George becomes anchorman.
Wesley's reaction to his new dog surprises all.
Heather and Wesley scheme to hold a New Year's party.
Heather (Tracy Wells) invites a homeless man to live in the attic. With Bob Uecker and Christopher Hewett.
A co-worker shows romantic interest in George.
Kevin's (Rob Stone) former roommate puts a curse on the Owens family. With Christopher Hewett, Bob Uecker.
Kevin must share his apartment with his boss.
A cousin (David Rappaport) fills in for injured Belvedere.
Marsha quits her job as a lawyer and secretly goes to work as a waitress.
A girl makes the football team over Wesley.
Wesley learns he needs braces.
Robbers take Belvedere, George and Wesley hostage.
George's boss tells him to lose weight.
Wesley wonders what to do about a molestation attempt.
Wesley tries to shape up before graduation.
Kevin and Belvedere become bachelor roommates.
Kevin (Rob Stone) surprises everyone when he decides to become a nurse. With Bob Uecker.
Heather (Tracy Wells) is confused when her boyfriend says he wants to enter a monastery. With Christopher Hewett.
Rumors surround Marsha and Belvedere's dance lessons.
Heather and Wesley (Tracy Wells, Brice Beckham) accidentally run into their parents (Bob Uecker, Ilene Graff) in Atlantic City. Robert Goulet guest stars.
Heather befriends an old man; George makes anniversary plans.
Heather's diary unsettles George.
George's half-witted commentary vexes his boss.
Kevin (Rob Stone) dates the nude model from his art class. With Christopher Hewett.
Wesley learns George's war tales are exaggerated.
Conflicting plans jeopardize a family Christmas.
Belvedere and Wesley cover for Kevin's boozing girlfriend.
Kevin's old girlfriend returns from college with a fiance.
Belvedere takes on a second, chaotic family.
Marsha's first law-firm job challenges her values.
Kevin dates the teacher's aide Wesley likes.
George makes his TV sportscasting debut.
College freshman Kevin (Rob Stone) hopes to be admitted into a fraternity. Willie Garson and Nancy Cartwright guest star.
Belvedere's services are auctioned for charity.
Belvedere's remark puts Wesley in business.
Belvedere hopes a poker game will help George's marriage.
Marsha believes she is pregnant and Wesley runs away from home.
Kevin shocks all by bringing home an older woman.
George sends unruly Wesley to military school.
George and Kevin's arm-wrestling gets out of hand.
Heather's smitten pal thwarts Kevin's romantic plans.
Marsha defends traffic violator Kevin in court.
Thwarting a mugging makes unemployed George a hero.
Wesley fakes his hamster's demise to get a puppy.
George and Marsha want Kevin to attend a nearby college.
Marsha turns to diet pills for energy.
Wesley falls for a pretty spelling-bee competitor.
George is the life of the party at his high-school reunion.
The family works to save Belvedere from deportation.
Wesley reports snitch Belvedere to Immigration.
Feeling old, Belvedere joins a Halloween prank.
Kevin, almost 18, debates losing his innocence.
A brush with death makes George pursue his dreams.
Wesley befriends a woman with Alzheimer's disease.
Record-store clerk Heather discovers her beau shoplifts.
School-play director Belvedere demotes star Wesley.
George fears that Marsha's law studies are overshadowing their marriage.
An Amish girl's lifestyle impresses Kevin.
Heather's blind French tutor makes a pass.
An older girl asks Wesley to a St. Valentine's Day dance.
George and Marsha decide they need a will.
Wesley's classmate has AIDS.
George and Belvedere agree to give up vices.
Rebellion erupts when Marsha resumes domestic duties.
Belvedere falls in love with Wesley's teacher.
Belvedere helps Man of the Year George prepare a speech.
Wesley has ulterior motives for being charitable.
Belvedere is obsessed with a classic pinball machine.
George and Kevin have a man-to-man Thanksgiving talk.
Wesley sells Belvedere's Faberge egg at a garage sale.
Kevin finds a discrepancy on his parents' marriage license.
Kevin signs a contract agreeing not to drink and drive.
The family panics when Kevin's classmate goes into labor.
Wesley wishes he could apologize to his late accordion teacher.
Marsha objects when Heather wants to be a cheerleader.
A tornado drives the family into the basement.
George thinks he can cure his snoring by firing Belvedere.
The charitable children bring home a bag lady.
A hurricane and a secret mar George and Marsha's Florida weekend.
Kevin is arrested during a save-the-animals protest.
Belvedere is Wesley's hero after saving George from a bully.
George objects when Belvedere urges Wesley to study ballet.
Wesley's pal passes him over for a birthday party.
Newly arrived Belvedere helps with the children's problems.