Reilly has been living off Mrs. Venables' social security checks.
Spalding's parents are visiting from Australia; Health Inspector is coming to check out his bar.
Spalding wants to win back the heart of his old flame, Bruce, and blackmails Reilly into posing as his boyfriend.
Reilly rents out a room to an attractive thalidomide, Randy; Reilly is running for city council against Liz Bromberg.
Deborah Golden needs volunteers for medical experiments; Reilly walks with the help of a remote control.
Fontaine and Grover bond; Franny's biological clock starts ticking.
Blazer, Spalding, Fontaine and Griz are so impressed with Reilly's trained monkey that they each get a hairy assistant for themselves, upsetting environmentalist, Franny.
Reilly suddenly finds himself unable to perform, so he makes a deal with the Devil of an erection-on-demand in return for his soul.
The Handi-Capable Home Show is back in town, with hi-tech gadgets for every disability; Reilly ends up with the Life Wheel 3000.
Reilly struggles to remain sober over Christmas, especially with Griz constantly tempting him; after he falls off the wagon and loses Blazer in a bad part of town, he admits his problem to a very supportive Franny.
The suave Eduardo arrives on the scene as a Latin love quad and wins the hearts of Franny, so Reilly becomes obsessed with proving that Eduardo is a fraud.
As she desperately attempts to climb the social ladder, pretentious Liz Bromberg holds a telethon to raise money for `unfortunate gimps.'
Short of cash, Reilly and the gang decide to rent out the luxurious Maimed Manor for weddings and parties.
Reilly is hit by a car and becomes a quadriplegic drunkard; the guilt-ridden driver, wealthy Mort Bromberg, buys Reilly the mansion next to his own, much to the horror of Mort's wife, Liz.