Joey learns a girlfriend (Jamie Rose) is getting married.
Michael, Joey and Nicole realize fantasies, courtesy of a TV contest.
Michael poses as Joey's wife to get rid of a pesky woman.
Joey and Michael plan a surprise party for Judge Wilbur.
Joey's childhood sweetheart falls for Michael.
Joey's artwork sells after his obituary is mistakenly printed.
Appendicitis cancels Nicole's 'sweet 16' party.
Joey is arrested for protesting environmental pollution.
Joey learns his girlfriend (Jamie Rose) is moving away.
The dads want Nicole to date other guys, so she brings home a loser.
The dads dream of holidays 30 years in the future.
Michael teaches economics at night school -- to Joey.
Michael and Joey get trapped in an elevator on Thanksgiving.
Incessant arguers Michael and Joey see a therapist.
Joey and Michael organize a neighborhood watch after their apartment is robbed.
Indecision causes Nicole to miss the ladies-choice dance.
A classmate's maturing figure makes Nicole feel inferior.
Joey and a lady wrestler cross paths at a bachelor party.
The dads worry about Nicole coping with peer pressure.
Nicole defies the dads by dating a college guy.
Joey volunteers to baby-sit his girlfriend's baby, but falls ill.
Nicole learns Michael has fallen for Zach's mother.
Nicole quits an advanced class after the dads mock Karen's intelligence.
Michael's uncle (Jan Murray) says he will introduce Nicole to a teen idol.
Nicole doesn't make the basketball team; Joey confronts the coach.
Nicole's friend has a crush on Michael.
Nicole tries fixing up the dads with the new tenant.
Michael and Joey go to work for a tough but sexy boss (Terri Garber).
Nicole dreams of life with her mother (Emma Samms) and one of the dads.
Nicole brags to her friends about Joey's romantic conquests.
Upset by Joey's dating habits, Nicole dates someone he finds offensive.
The dads hire Bull (Richard Moll) to protect Judge Wilbur from a vengeful arsonist.
The dads show Nicole the perils of alcohol.
Joey's burnt-out rock star pal (Davy Jones) visits.
Unemployed Michael turns to homemaking.
Michael and Joey vie to see who can date a woman (Morgan Fairchild) first.
Nicole takes kissing lessons; Joey and Michael want to talk about it.
Joey tries to impress Nicole's friends with a party.
A reporter questions Judge Wilbur's nomination to a family-services post.
Michael falls for a woman who is in love with Joey.
Michael fears for Nicole's safety when she goes away to camp.
Michael learns of his estranged twin sister's relationship with Joey.
Michael uses his influence to get Nicole a part in a TV commercial.
Pressed to uphold a womanizer image, Nicole's boyfriend makes advances.
A friend (Davy Jones) accuses Joey of being a stuffed shirt.
Michael's medical scare prompts Nicole to smother him with attention.
Michael's overbearing mother (Polly Bergen) visits.
Michael and Joey grant Nicole's wish for a brother.
Nicole prepares for her first Christmas without her mother.
Michael fears career obligations are interfering with his relationship with Nicole.
Nicole objects to Joey's date with her art teacher; guest Dick Butkus.
Michael spends a romantic evening with Judge Wilbur's engaged niece.
Joey's father challenges his son's career choice.
Nicole pleads to stay home alone after both men make dates for the same night.
In order to please Nicole, Michael begins to date her baby sitter.
Joey and Michael intervene when Nicole is stood up.
Michael and Joey disagree about Nicole's punishment for lying.
Nicole decides to live at school until Joey and Michael agree on a place to live.
A former girlfriend's will entrusts two bachelors with custody of her 12-year-old daughter.