Corey decides to move in when Tuesday's roommate moves out; a customer who loves show tunes poses a challenge to Margaret; RT considers a corporate merger with successful ex-girlfriend.
Corey invites Tuesday to stay over, but she bonds with Katie; RT thinks he had a fling with Roger's girlfriend; Sophia is upset by her sister's engagement.
Corey and Katie are invited to appear on "Star Search," but on the trip to LA they both get the jitters.
Tuesday goes to a punk club without Corey; Katie refuses to do any housework; Roger cuts his own hair.
Tuesday's blind date interferes with Roger's chances with one of her friends.
Corey scares Tuesday when he talks about their "relationship"; Roger becomes the star of Katie's aerobics class.
For Katie's 21st birthday, Sophia plans a party at Club Berlin, while Katie's family plans a gathering at home.
A musician asks Tuesday out, upsetting Corey; Kate uses money borrowed from RT for a trip to Cancun, Mexico, to pay off her credit card instead.
Corey speaks at a funeral where he doesn't know the deceased's last name.
Katie remixes Corey's song about breaking up with Sophia and gets it played at a disco; tension builds at the record store; Roger gets fired.
Katie invites Tuesday over after discovering she's been living in her car; Sophia convinces RT to purchase a hot tub.
A mysterious box of chocolates with no card shows up at Permanent Record; Roger asks Sophia to attend an office party as his date.
Young Californians (Glenn Howerton, Tinsley Grimes) search for identity in a decade of fitness fads, punk rock, and get-rich-quick schemes.