Unaware of the enmity between them, Henry invites Tess' sister to her surprise party.
Ian believes a pigeon seeks revenge for his accidentally killing her nestlings.
Ian drafts a book report for Maddie which receives an unacceptable grade from her haughty professor (Kelsey Grammer).
A journalism student makes a false discovery about Ian's past.
Ian and Henry visit a couples therapist to research a character for a new book.
Ian hypnotizes Tess and Jake into believing they are Romeo and Juliet.
A man tries to mug Ian, Henry and Tess, and Ian saves the day, but Henry's cowardice leaves him doubting his masculinity.
Ian writes an anonymous love letter to a woman who confuses the messenger, Jake, as the author.
Henry and Tess invite themselves to Ian's anti-Christmas party.
Ian has a coffin delivered to his apartment as a new furniture piece.
Tess tries to find Ian a girlfriend so that Henry will not spend so much time with him.
A fan (Steven Weber) becomes a nightmare when he believes he can do a better job as Ian's editor than Henry.
Ian mocks his friend after Henry and Tess promise to eventually get engaged.
Henry tries to impress at a high-society dinner party but ends up endangering an exotic fish.
Ian orchestrates a Halloween prank to scare Henry's cousin.
Henry blames his cold when a children's-book author dies shortly after they meet.
Henry tries to set Ian up with a waitress (Sabrina Boudot).
Henry's girlfriend reveals his shortcomings when Ian pays a visit.
An editor (Neil Patrick Harris) must help a horror-story author (Tony Shalhoub) overcome writer's block.