Jack bets Gaby he can beat Michael at finishing a newspaper crossword puzzle.
Jack tries to help a woman (Paula Kale) whose car he stole; a customer (Lea Thompson) gives Carrie a bad tip.
Carrie poses as gay when she gets a singing gig at a lesbian nightclub.
Gaby gets burned when she rekindles romance with her former beau (D.W. Moffett).
Gaby's friends plan a surprise when the Christmas blues hit her.
Suzanne meets her Ecuadorean adoptee (Mario López) for the first time in 20 years.
A burned-out Santa hides in the diner; Jack steals tip money to bet on a horse.
Student filmmaker Russell dates a convict's sexy girlfriend.
A bookie's widow (Rhea Perlman) is willing to negotiate Jack's debt.
Michael gears up for a Halloween fling; a witch gives Suzanne a spell to cast.
A student filmmaker (David Krumholtz) casts Gaby and Jack as lovers in his film.
Michael and Jack interfere with Gaby's efforts to find her own apartment.
Gaby and Michael doubt one another's talent when they collaborate on an audition.
A New York diner becomes the hangout of an aspiring actress (Constance Marie).