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Steve (Jaleel White) tries out for the basketball team; Laura (Kellie Shanygne Williams) is ignored by the other cheerleaders on the squad.
The family's new neighbor decorates his front lawn with an offensive art display; an old friend takes an interest in George and Angie's niece.
Vic wants George to play in a father-son golf tournament against a longtime rival and his son (Oscar de la Hoya).
When Max breaks George's computer, he decides to teach Max the value of a buck by making him pay for it by working at the factory with him. But the plan backfires when Max decides college isn't for him.
When the factory is bought out by someone who plans on moving the plant to Mexico, George goes to bat for his employees, until the new owner presents him with a very lucrative offer.
A manager for an airplane-parts factory deals with his insensitive mother in all aspects of his life.
The diner gang accompanies Max as she heads to Rhode Island to track down her birth father; Oleg is upset when Sophie wants him to help out around the house.
Caroline encourages Bobby's sister, Denise, to quit her job, then realizes the company Denise works for is her mother's; Max reads a text on Bobby's phone suggesting he has a child with his ex.
Caroline makes an effort to support Bobby's love of bowling but fears she is his bad luck charm when things go awry; Sophie worries baby Barbara is not smart enough.
Caroline's ex-boyfriend, Candy Andy, shows up at a press junket being held to promote the film about Caroline's life; Bobby gets jealous over Caroline and Candy Andy's reconnection.
Monica and Phoebe compete to find Rachel a date; Joey tries to con his friends into buying him a new refrigerator.
Chandler jeopardizes Joey's chances for the lead role in a TV series when he forgets to take down a message.
Ross recruits some friends to go with him on his first meeting with Elizabeth's father (Bruce Willis); Phoebe makes Chandler and Monica paranoid by chronicling their every move.
Elizabeth's father (Bruce Willis) threatens to get Ross fired if he does not stop dating his daughter.
Chandler asks Phoebe to help him choose a special ring; Rachel urges Paul (Bruce Willis) to express his feelings.
Monica and Chandler encounter Richard (Tom Selleck), Monica's former boyfriend, in a romantic restaurant.
Monica and Chandler encounter Richard (Tom Selleck), Monica's former boyfriend, in a romantic restaurant.
Monica feels that Rachel is trying to steal the spotlight from her engagement; Chandler worries about his performance in the bedroom.
Monica learns what her parents have done with her wedding fund; Joey teases Rachel about her late-night reading material.
Chandler's efforts to bond with Monica's father (Elliott Gould) backfire during a racquetball game; Rachel tries to teach Joey how to sail; Monica tries to replicate Phoebe's grandmother's cookie recipe.
Rachel considers hiring an inexperienced but handsome man over a better qualified woman as her executive assistant.
Rachel makes her handsome new assistant (Eddie Cahill) hang out with Joey rather than the women in her office.
Sheldon keeps tabs on Meemaw's budding relationship with Dr. Sturgis; George Sr. and Mary attempt to bond with their other children.
Meemaw is pursued by gentlemen callers; she is forced to set ground rules when Sheldon interferes.
Sheldon dismantles the refrigerator to stop it from humming; he gets a paper route to pay for its repair.
Sheldon becomes jealous when Dr. Sturgis bonds with Paige, another 10-year-old genius; Mary invites Paige's family over for a playdate.
Leonard realizes he is the only one in his group without a girlfriend; Sheldon wants to get rid of his girlfriend.
Leonard keeps an affair a secret from Sheldon, Howard and Raj.
Penny asks Leonard to lie to her father (Keith Carradine); Howard, Raj and Bernadette pull an all-nighter at a telescope.
The guys try to bond with Penny's new boyfriend through a costume contest.
Bernadette runs into her ex-boyfriend (Rick Fox) while attending a science event with Wolowitz.
Sheldon takes acting lessons from Penny in hope of becoming a better teacher; Koothrappali fantasizes about his friend's girlfriend.
Wolowitz considers taking things with Bernadette to the next level; Leonard and Raj's sister rekindle their relationship.
Sheldon is upset when he realizes Leonard is the center of their group of friends.
When Mary's faith is shaken by a tragedy in the community, Sheldon becomes an unlikely ally.
When George Sr. asks Sheldon to keep a secret from Mary, the stress of not being honest drives Sheldon to hide out at Tam's for his first sleepover.
When Dr. Sturgis recommends Sheldon and Missy for a university research study on twins, Mary is unhappy when the test results go to Sheldon's head.
Mary clashes with Sheldon's drama teacher over plans for a Halloween fundraiser for the church; Georgie falls for a rebellious teenage girl whom Sheldon is tutoring.
Sheldon gets into trouble with fellow child genius Paige at the science museum; George Sr. is forced to play therapist to Paige's bickering parents; Mary, Georgie and Missy help Meemaw with a garage sale.
A video game takes over Sheldon and Meemaw's life; George Sr. is jealous when Georgie bonds with Herschel at the auto shop.
Sheldon studies his family for a psychology project; a Thanksgiving dinner turns into a family fight when George Sr. is offered a job in Oklahoma.
When Sheldon learns that people with stunted childhoods can turn into social outcasts, he tries to act like a kid; Meemaw and Dr. Sturgis' relationship is tested when she teaches him how to drive.
Sheldon experiments on Missy; Georgie joins Mary's bible study to spend more time with his crush, Veronica.
George pretends to be Carmen online to find out what's really going to happen at a party she's going to with her first boyfriend.
Angie plans a surprise birthday party for George; an accident-prone employee (Sandra Bullock) returns to work at the factory.
George and Benny try to fill jailed Jim's spot in a carpool; George tests Max's street smarts with devious tricks.
Steve (Jaleel White) builds a robot that looks and talks -- and chases after Laura (Kellie Shanygne Williams) -- just like him.
Steve goes undercover to help Carl catch the gang members who wrecked Rachel's restaurant and beat up Eddie.
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