David's (Sinbad) day goes from bad to worse after L.J. (Willie Norwood) tries to teach Clarence (T.K. Carter) how to drive.
An overzealous social worker threatens David's adoption of the kids.
David and Clarence's friendship is jeopardized when they compete for the attentions of a female producer.
L.J.'s (Willie Norwood) puppy love turns into jealousy when his English tutor (Rose Jackson) begins to date David (Sinbad).
David (Sinbad) learns of a crime ring after Little John's bicycle is stolen.
David's ego suffers when he participates in a telethon; guests Jay Leno; Terry Bradshaw; Debbie Allen; Ice Cube.
David (Sinbad) turns into a "stage mom" when Zana (Erin Davis) is cast as a civil rights activist in her school play.
To help a friend (Lewis Dix) out of a jam, David (Sinbad) agrees to serve as guest host on a local children's program.
David's conscience bothers him after he leaves the kids home to go skiing.
Problems occur when David locates the owner of a dog that followed Zana home.
After receiving an invitation to attend church, David (Sinbad) wonders why L.J. (Willie Norwood) refuses to go.
David (Sinbad) discovers he needs to have a frank talk with L.J. (Willie Norwood) about sex and peer pressure. Guest star: Dawn Gardner.
David (Sinbad) pulls a Jurassic lark after Zana's (Erin Davis) favorite TV dinosaur demands money to attend her party.
David (Sinbad) joins an ultraconservative club; guest Diahann Carroll.
To settle a score, David and a childhood pal (Sinbad, Marques Johnson) play one-on-one basketball.
David (Sinbad) fears that buying a family car will turn him into a nerd.
David's ex-fiancee wants to rekindle their business relationship.
Zana and Little John (Erin Davis, Willie Norwood) enroll David (Sinbad) in a cooking class.
A mystery thief strikes the Bryan home.
David's parents (Nancy Wilson, Hal Williams) want to take the kids to Disneyland.
David (Sinbad) plays tooth fairy for Zana (Erin Davis), alienating Little John (Willie Norwood).
Bachelor David Bryan (Sinbad) becomes a father overnight when he agrees to take in two foster children (Willie Norwood, Erin Davis).