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Christine is shocked when a new dad at Ritchie's school calls her a `meanie mom' for being judgmental and standoffish, and dumps her for Marly and Lindsay.
Christine promises Mr. Harris that she will go to an important event with him, but things don't go as planned when Ritchie's soccer game runs long.
Christine tries to get over her breakup with Mr. Harris; Matthew realizes his intimacy issues stem from his co-dependency on his sister.
A teacher breathes life into Dorothy's decades-old crush on him; Rose makes her debut as a TV producer.
Blanche's plans to marry go awry when she discovers her fiance is a bigamist.
Rose befriends Dorothy's former college buddy (Lois Nettleton), not knowing that the woman is a lesbian.
A political candidate (John Schuck) announces that he had an affair with Blanche -- a contention that she denies.
Blanche learns that her brother is gay after he claims to have slept with Rose.
Rose is tested for AIDS following the revelation that she may have received a tainted transfusion.
Dorothy tries to mend the rift between her mother and recently widowed sister-in-law (Brenda Vaccaro).
Blanche has some soul-searching to do when her brother (Monte Markham) announces he is to be a bride. With Michael Ayr.
A teacher breathes life into Dorothy's decades-old crush on him; Rose makes her debut as a TV producer.
When Molly is overwhelmed with wedding planning, she turns to Mike for help; Mike invites friends to dinner.
Carl panics when Christina (Holly Robinson Peete) wants to take their relationship to the next level.
Molly and Joyce ask Mike for help when Victoria is arrested for a number of driving violations.
When Joyce accepts an ex-boyfriend's dinner invitation, Vince goes crazy with jealousy.
Molly decides to throw Mike a birthday party to make up for the fact he hasn't had once since he was 9 years old; Samuel dates a girl he met online.
When Mike gets stressed after Molly suggests they write their own wedding vows, Carl offers up an unorthodox solution.
Mike and Molly take care of Peggy's dog, Jim, while she is out of town.
Molly and Mike wind up losing out on their wedding chapel after an unsuccesful meeting with the priest at Peggy's church.
After her wedding dress refuses to zip at her final fitting, Molly ramps up her dieting.
Things don't go as planned at Mike and Molly's wedding rehearsal.
Mike and Molly come across speed bumps as they try to tie the knot.
The honeymoon inspires Mike to change his life and travel; Molly worries how their loved ones managed without them.
Mike and Molly are forced to take care of Vince when he hurts his back and Joyce conveniently disappears; the newlyweds try to write personalized thank-you notes.
Molly gets her wedding photos and is unhappy to see there aren't any good pictures of Mike; Carl is jealous of Christina's ex-husband.
Although Charlie is getting closer to Linda, he begins to see Rose's face wherever he looks.
Charlie has to entertain his girlfriend's 4-year-old son; Alan becomes a human guinea pig.
Charlie's girlfriend is embarrassed to be seen with him; Jake sneaks out to go to a concert.
Charlie and Alan butt heads over Alan's place in the house, prompting Alan and Jake to move in with Evelyn.
Charlie tries to resist an attraction to his soon-to-be stepsister (Jenny McCarthy).
Alan seeks revenge when he discovers that Charlie stole his high-school girlfriend.
Charlie offers Alan pointers on how to break up with a woman.
Rose comes back from England and takes care of sick Charlie in a very strange way.
George's father (Jerry Stiller) is arrested when Jerry and George park his car in a handicapped spot.
Jerry and George produce their pilot, but George doesn't like the actor playing him; Kramer has a personal problem.
Jerry and George produce their pilot, but George doesn't like the actor playing him; Kramer has a personal problem.
Jerry begs Elaine for another chance when she reveals her true feelings about their relationship; Kramer is banned from his favorite fruit shop.
George and Elaine go to an optician after George loses his glasses at his health club; Elaine fears she has rabies after being bitten by a dog.
Jerry appears on "Today" with Bryant Gumbel, but must wear a silly shirt as the result of a misunderstanding with Kramer's "low talker" girlfriend; George moves in with his parents.
Jerry, Kramer and Newman (Wayne Knight) investigate their accountant's unexplained sniffles; Elaine's new boyfriend has an annoying habit.
Jerry and Elaine are apprehensive about being the godparents to their friends' newborn son; George is thrilled with his new parking spot.
George asks Jerry's date (Marlee Matlin) to read the lips of his ex-girlfriend at a party; Elaine has trouble communicating with a limo driver.
Jerry and Elaine begin gaining weight and suspect a nonfat-yogurt shop may be making false claims; Jerry's use of a bad word influences Maryedith's son.
Barry neglects to follow his mother's most important rule about using the car after getting his driver's license.
Beverly invites the Kremps -- the all-American and seemingly perfect new neighbors -- over for a barbecue.

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