Tracy tries to find out why customers have not been receiving their orders and tries to cope with Rick's impending marriage.
Tracy and her boyfriend (Cynthia Stevenson, Steve Wilder) try to obtain financial backing for the business.
Consumed with trying to launch her Web site, Tracy forgets Danny's first birthday.
Tracy and Charlotte discover that owning and operating their own business isn't as easy as they thought it would be.
Doug stumbles upon Charlotte kissing Billy.
Charlotte's ex-husband makes a surprise visit, which rekindles the spark with Charlotte and creates a career for Tracy.
Tracy's put in an awkward position when an action committee targets makers of violent computer games.
Tracy tries to spend a night of luxury at a hotel.
Tracy (Cynthia Stevenson) is disappointed by her new junior account executive's (Ashlee Levitch) arrogant attitude.
Tracy (Cynthia Stevenson) runs into ex-boyfriend Rick (Jack Coleman) at the park, who invites her to a party at his law firm.
A guilt-ridden Tracy (Cynthia Stevenson) hires a nanny, but soon becomes jealous of the baby's bond with the sitter.
Tracy discovers that Danny is being neglected by her company's day-care giver.
Tracy (Cynthia Stevenson) invites her parents (Jessica Walter, Ken Jenkins) for Thanksgiving even though they both threaten to bring dates.
Celia (Jessica Walter) tries to set Tracy (Cynthia Stevenson) up on a date so the baby will have a father figure in his life.
To meet the new CEO, Tracy (Cynthia Stevenson) takes the baby and Celia (Jessica Walter) to a corporate retreat in Hawaii.
Tracy (Cynthia Stevenson) dates a single father (Jeff Yagher) to help her overcome Rick; Charlotte (Joanna Gleason) dates a younger man.
Tracy (Cynthia Stevenson) frantically tries to get her and the baby into the best "Mommy and Me" class.
Rick (Jack Coleman) decides to help Tracy (Cynthia Stevenson) care for the baby, but it turns out he's not ready for fatherhood.
Tracy returns to work and soon realizes juggling her job, baby and relationships is virtually impossible.
Rick and Tracy's (Jack Coleman, Cynthia Stevenson) relationship is strained when Rick's father (guest star Chad Everett) begins to date Tracy's mother (Jessica Walter).
Tracy (Cynthia Stevenson) becomes frustrated with the difficult time Daniel has adjusting to nursing. With Joanna Gleason.
Tracy is unable to trust anyone to watch her baby.
Tracy gives birth; Celia's hopes of reconciling with Fred are dashed; Dr. Bryan proposes to Charlotte.
Tracy's labor begins during a reunion dinner with a former flame.
Tracy's landlord evicts her, considering the baby a second tenant.
Teen trysts complicate Tracy's relations with both Charlotte and her doctor.
Celia and Charlotte attempt to throw a baby shower for Tracy, but each has her own idea about what to do.
Tracy and Charlotte have differing opinions about raising children.
Tracy is given a shot at her dream of becoming a business tycoon when she's offered a partnership in a software company.
Tracy fires Celia as her Lamaze coach and brings in Charlotte, who hits it off with the husbands in the class.
After Tracy has a false alarm, Celia and Fred both offer to care for her.
Financial reality strikes fear in Tracy's heart; Celia introduces a prospective husband.
Pregnant Tracy is recruited to plan an anniversary party for her parents.
Against her better judgment, Tracy fixes up Charlotte with Dr. Bryan.
Tracy believes her new assistant is out for her job; Tracy meets women who gave up their jobs to become mothers.
Now that Tracy's pregnancy is showing, Rick is uncomfortable with their relationship.
Tracy's battle with morning sickness has the office buzzing with rumors.
Test results may decide Tracy's relationship with Rick.
Tracy (Cynthia Stevenson) meets a great guy after she's inseminated.
Tracy cancels a long-awaited Mexican vacation with Charlotte.
Tracy worries about her ability to care for a baby when her brother complains about the cost of child care.
Tracy decides to be honest with her mother even though Ernie warns her it may do more harm than good.
Tracy (Cynthia Stevenson) follows a handsome man out of the sperm bank believing he is the donor for her child.
A single woman (Cynthia Stevenson) decides to have a baby through artificial insemination. With Joanna Gleason.