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When Nicole's old boyfriend Zach shows up, Joey can't wait to show Nicole's friends just how hip he is as the dads help her throw a party for her teenaged pals -- who see Joey as a totally uncool oldster.
When Nicole asks her more experienced girlfriend for kissing tips, Michael and Joey prepare for a fathers-daughter talk by enrolling in a sexuality-awareness seminar attended by a group of angry women over 30.
A trip to Martha's Vineyard goes wrong when Mike and Julie are the only ones who make the ferry, and they end up alone together for the night.
Carol gets away with her late-night return home from the library where she met a guy but the next night, her date with the guy ends poorly when her parents come home early. MATTHEW PERRY guest stars.
With five rambunctious boys in a small house, Ken and Vania Swanson have reached the end of their rope - and possibly the end of their marriage. Vania has filed divorce papers and Jo Frost is the family' s last hope of reconciliation.
Donna is a single mom whose son, Cole, survived a two-year, all-consuming battle with leukemia, and soon afterwards, her husband Steve suddenly died. Left alone to bring up their four children, Donna was so depleted she lost control of the kids.
Supernanny Jo Frost travels to Hawaii to help Will and Michelle Smith, who are clueless when it comes to raising their two boys. Without mastering even the basics of discipline, they worry that, if they can't cope with their children now, they'll never cope with their boisterous boys in the future.
Little Sean, at just four years old, is the dictator of the Haines household, and crying, whining, hitting, spitting, punching, kicking and biting seem to be his preferred methods of communication. Mom and Dad's passivity when it comes to discipline has enabled the boys to spiral out of control.
Matt slips into town to celebrate a special anniversary.
The Camdens face the loss of a family member.
Chandler considers adopting a child.
Lucy, Kevin and Chandler bid on the same house.
Richard and Emily return from their second honeymoon, and Rory attends the customary Friday night dinner. But an angry Lorelai refuses to see or speak to Emily. Rory surprises everyone with a rare outburst directed towards her grandmother for interfering in Lorelai's love life. Miserable without Lorelai, Luke gets into a dark mood that causes him to burn food and throw any customer who complains out of the diner. Emily unexpectedly visits the diner to talk to Luke. Meanwhile, Lane is horrified when she realizes that her mother has more influence over her than she thought.
After seeing Logan on a date with another girl, Rory regrets their new agreement to date other people. Later, Rory attends a party with Logan's friend Robert, forcing Logan to admit his jealousy. Meanwhile, now that Lorelai and Luke are happily reunited, Emily can't understand why Lorelai still refuses to come to Friday night dinner. Emily's second visit to speak with Luke at the diner leads to a bitter mother/daughter confrontation. Finally, Michel appears on the game show 'The Price is Right' and wins a motor home.
When Stars Hollow's oldest resident dies and leaves his house to the town, Luke has an ulterior motive for volunteering to help turn the house into a temporary museum. Dean is also working on the project and offers Luke unwelcome advice about the dangers of dating a Gilmore girl. To get publicity for the Dragonfly Inn, Lorelai grants an interview with a travel magazine but immediately regrets the unkind comments she makes about being raised by Emily. Meanwhile, Lane suspects that Zach is having an affair with music store owner Sophie, while Rory and Paris are both devastated by trouble with their respective boyfriends.
Rory tells Logan that she can't have a casual romantic relationship with him, and they should return to just being friends. But Logan surprises Rory by insisting he's ready to commit to her. However, when Logan brings her home to meet his powerful and intimidating family, Rory is shocked by his parents' negative reaction to the relationship. The following day, Logan's father, Mitchum Huntzberger, apologizes to Rory and offers her an internship at one of his newspapers. Meanwhile, when Sookie is placed on bed rest by her doctor, Lorelai asks Luke to fill in as the substitute chef at the Dragonfly Inn.
Wanting to make a good impression with Logan's powerful father, Mitchum Huntzberger, Rory learns everything she can about him before starting work as an intern at one of his newspapers. When Lorelai discovers that Emily and Richard have invited Logan to Friday night dinner, she ends her boycott of family gatherings in order to get to know Logan better. During the evening, Emily and Richard fawn over Logan, but Lorelai sees a side of him that causes her to worry about Rory's involvement with the Huntzberger family. Meanwhile, Lorelai gets an interesting job offer, and Luke tries to persuade Taylor to close the Stars Hollow museum.
Rory is surprised by the performance review she receives at the newspaper from Logan's father, Mitchum Huntzberger. Luke's plan to buy the Twickham house is threatened when Kirk makes a competing bid. Lorelai is thrilled when the travel magazine featuring The Dragonfly Inn appears on newsstands but worries about Emily's reaction to the article. Meanwhile, Sookie begins to have contractions and will soon deliver her baby. And Emily sponsors a ballet dancer.
Nikki blames herself for her favorite clown's death.
Nikki and Oglevee are held hostage during a holdup.
A love potion causes chaos.
Nikki swears she's witnessed a murder.
Chris opts to take the G.E.D. over repeating the 10th grade, Drew tries to go on Amateur Night at the Apollo, Julius tries to get $25 back from somebody who owes him, and Tanya graduates from sixth grade.
Inspired by his childhood experiences, comedian Chris who struggles to cope with being uprooted to a new neighborhood in Brooklyn, New York and bused for the first-time to a predominantly white middle school two-hours away, while keeping his younger siblings Drew and Tonya in line at home. Rock narrates the hilarious, touching story of a teenager named Chris
When Rochelle hires their young neighbor Keisha to tutor Drew in math, Chris sees this as his chance to impress the girl next door, but his plans go awry when Keisha makes her own moves.
Assuming he's a great player just because he's African American, Chris gets recruited to the basketball team despite the fact that he really can't play the game, and all of the attention he gets from the faculty and classmates puts a strain on his friendship with Greg
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