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No Weddings and a Funeral
Vicky's mom Betty and her boyfriend Sid announce their engagement and upcoming wedding in St. Martin and invite the entire family to join them. But when Sid goes too far with a stripper, Dave wonders whether or not to tell Betty and risk losing the free trip. Kenny goes on a date with an ex-boyfriend of Hillary's so Dave has an awkward conversation with him about gay safe-sex, while Hillary worries she may have a knack for turning men gay.
Take This Job and Bleep It
When the insurance company Dave works for begins reducing commissions and cutting back on bagel breakfasts, Dave and two of his co-workers decide to quit and start their own business. Meanwhile, Hillary isn't getting any college acceptance letters and decides to join the Army instead after meeting a cute recruiter at the coffee shop, and Larry doesn't want to get his drivers license.
The White Shadow
A music executive wants Larry to make a demo, Meanwhile Dave and Vicky think Mike might be taking steroids.
It's Not Easy Being Green
Dave starts to put pressure on Hillary for her to do well on her college admissions interview by setting up mock interviews, which only makes her even more nervous. Meanwhile, Vicky organizes a movie night for the family, and they end up watching Al Gore's "An Inconvenient Truth." Finding the film very profound, Dave forces the entire familiy to live in an eco-friendly existence, but takes things too far.
When Larry decides to run for president, Dave is supportive of his son's interest in leadership, until he learns that Larry is actually running for president of the Chess Club. Dave makes a strategic move to prevent Larry from becoming the biggest geek in school. Meanwhile, Hillary thinks she's going to become the next pop star, and after finding an empty condom wrapper in Mike's pants, Dave and Vicki face the dreaded sex talk.
I Wash My Hands of You
Dave and Vicky rush to the hospital when they find out Hillary's date overdosed, only to discover that that date was fake and Hillary is really dating an older man.
Principal Fink suspends Larry from school for 30 days when pot is found in his jacket pocket, although its actually Dave's jacket, which Larry wore by mistake. Dave tries home-schooling Larry, but first he and Vicky talk to a priest about enrolling him in parochial school the same priest Mike thinks is hitting on him.
A Lower-Middle-Upper-Middle-Class Problem
Tired of the kids constantly asking him for money, Dave puts them on strict allowance. Vicky supports her husband until she, too, is put on a budget and is unable to buy the Prada boots she's had her eyes on for years. When Larry spends his entire allowance the first day at Medieval Times, he asks Mike for money and Mike turns into a loan shark, while Hillary starts an escort service for the nerdy boys at school to earn extra money.
Put on a Happy Face
Kenny moves in to the Gold house and Vicky promptly sets out to redecorate the basement for him but her ideas dont meet his standards. Larry, Hillary and Mike try to get Kenny to tone it down and stop doing chores and laughing at Daves bad jokes, as its showing them up. Meanwhile, Dave lets everyone at work know hes taken in the orphaned gay kid so that he hell look like a good guy and hopefully get the newly vacant, larger office.
The War of the Golds
Dave and Vicky's fight over a living will and who would get custody of the kids should they die is misinterpreted by the kids, who believe they're fighting because they're about to get a divorce. So, the kids formulate a plan to bring Dave and Vicky closer together.
Out & In
After hearing that Dave thinks hes gay, Kenny confronts him about it and ends up coming out of the closet to him. Dave advises to Kenny to tell his parents, but they dont take the news well and kick Kenny out of the house. Meanwhile, Hillary dates the blind guy she met at the coffeehouse, but she quickly tires of having to describe everything to him.
When Kenny's dad cancels on taking the boys to a comic book convention, Larry asks Dave to take them instead. At first, Dave refuses, but after hearing Larry call him a hero, he quickly decides to be a good father and take the boys. But when his fatherly duties go beyond simply dropping them off, Dave is pushed to the limit when it means missing the Jets football game and pretending he's a comic book geek. Back at home, Vicky introduces Mike to coffee and Hillary wants to have a sleepover with a guy.
Be Careful What You Ask For
Dave accuses an incensed Hillary of cheating on her SATs after she gets a surprisingly high score. Meanwhile, Vicky and Dave meet a couple who may be interested in more than friendship, and Dave asks Larry to take a clients daughter out on a date, only to find out that she isnt an ideal match for him.
Kenny's dad, Achmed, pulls up the rose bushes between his home and Dave and Vicky's, believing the property is his after an assessment. When Dave and Vicky disagree, the two families declare war on each other, putting Larry and Kenny in the middle. Meanwhile, Hillary jokingly tells Dave to choose her next boyfriend since hes never happy with the boys she picks. Dave meets a boy who reminds him of himself, and against her better judgment, Hillary agrees to go out with him.
With Hillary's graduation only three weeks away, David and Vicky plan her graduation party, only to find out she may not even graduate because she's failing her gym class. Luckily, Dave is able to convince the principal to give her another chance and volunteers to become Hillary's personal fitness trainer. Meanwhile, Vicky is fed up with the lack of spontaneity in her and Dave's relationship, and she suggests that he get a vasectomy. Not wanting to go through the procedure alone, Dave suggests that Vicky get her tubes tied as well. However, both are in for a surprise when they try to outsmart one another. Meanwhile, with Mike's help, Larry and Kenny plan a school prank to get revenge on the seniors who have been harassing them.
When Dave thinks he sees Hillary in a "Girls Gone Crazy" video, he's beyond relieved to learn that he's mistaken but completely freaked out at being turned on by girls his daughter's age. After he throws out all of his "visual aids," Dave looks to Vicky for inspiration, which was fine at first, but is now starting to tire her out. Meanwhile, an edited-for-television version of "Goodfellas" inspires Larry to replace swear words with the word "love," and Hillary prevents Mike from taking drugs by passing PMS medication off as mood enhancers.
Dave and Vicky decide to give Hillary the car she wants as long as she agrees to sign a contract so they can completely control her life. She reluctantly signs, but Dave and Vicky realize they may have gone too far with the restrictions. Meanwhile, Larry goes against the code and dates Mike's ex-girlfriend, Heidi.
Back to School
As school starts up again, Dave is excited that the kids will be out of the house until he and Vicki realize that all of them have their own agendas. Mike questions his current romantic relationship, which upsets Dave because the girl involved is the daughter of Dave's new best friend. But when Dave meddles in Mike's life for the sake of his "man-crush" on the girl's father, he does unexpected damage. Meanwhile, Hillary changes her study habits after catching a glimpse of her future, and Larry reinvents himself for the new school year.
Love is Blind
Dave is tired of Larry and Mikes constant fighting and suggests that Mike try harder to have a relationship with his brother. Much to Daves disappointment, Mike actually prefers hanging out with Larry to practicing for basketball tryouts, and worries that Larrys nerdy ways are starting to rub off on him. Meanwhile, Hillary sets out to prove shes more than just a pretty face by trying to get a blind guy interested in dating her.
A Bitter Pill to Swallow
When Larry reveals that he suffers from social anxiety disorder, Dave and Vicky put him on medication. However Larry refuses to take the medicine and accuses his parents of wanting to change him. Meanwhile, Hillary prepares for prom, Dave is convinced she plans on losing her virginity and Vicky has an awkward talk about sex with her. Meanwhile Dave is making fun of Mike for taking fencing class.
Dave refuses to take a wine appreciation course with Vicky, who fears they are in a rut and could use the bonding time, and then he makes fun of her when she goes without him. Meanwhile, Dave assumes Larry is serving his new, older ladyfriend more than just the gourmet meals he prepares for her, and Dave is offended that Hillary never mentions him in her video blog.
Kenny Doesn't Live Here Anymore
The kids are excited about the schools Sadie Hawkins dance, and even Kenny has a date. Once word gets out that Kenny's planning on attending with another guy, he and his date are barred from the event for not keeping with the Sadie Hawkins tradition. An outraged Larry stages a protest against the discrimination, and Dave goes to the school to argue Kenny's case. Once Principal Fink finds out that Kenny has been living with the Golds, he informs Dave that he's obligated to tell Child Services, and that Kenny will have to be put in foster care. So Dave tries to get Kenny's parents to let him come home.
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