"Brittany says her world came crashing down when her young daughter claimed she was sexually abused. Authorities said there was no physical evidence of a sex crime, however Brittany won't rest until she knows if her daughter's father, Stacy, is a predator. Then, 13 years ago, Dawn was accused of sexually molesting her daughter, Cheyenne, at the age of 16. Dawn denied any abuse but she's never been able to shake the accusations. Now Cheyenne is pregnant with her first child and her family members are saying her mother is still a predator. Can Dawn clear her name and prove she never molested her daughter?"
"In honor of their 11th anniversary, Doug (Kevin James) and Carrie (Leah Remini) receive a hideous portrait of themselves from Deacon (Victor Williams) and Kelly (Merrin Dungey). When they find that their distorted images hanging in the stairwell are causing a strain on their marriage, they devise a plan that will hopefully rid them of the composition, without also ridding them of their best friends."
"Mike and Debi, a bright young couple, move in next door to Doug and Carrie. The Heffernans don't make the greatest first impression as an argument they're having can be heard throughout the neighborhood. Carrie feels that her job, as a legal secretary, and Doug's, as a truck driver, are insignificant next to her neighbors, who both hold professional jobs. She tries desperately to make a good impression on her new neighbors by inviting them over for dinner, but Doug thwarts her plan. Meanwhile, Arthur takes advantage of Spence's job at the subway by insisting on free rides."
"Estelle is getting an eye job. Kramer gets his new license plates from the DMV, but the plates say "ASSMAN." Jerry is disturbed when he finds out his mechanic used his "move" on Elaine while making love to her. Kramer makes a statue of Jerry out of fusilli pasta and he makes the most of his new license plates. Jerry confronts his mechanic and later requires his services. Frank becomes the unwitting victim of one of those "freak" accidents proctologists are always telling stories about."
"Jerry and George try to contact the police to tell them Kramer is innocent. Kramer still doesn't know he's wanted. Jerry and George get a ride in a police car and en route the officers pick up a possible 519. While the suspect is in the back of the car with George and Jerry, they ask him for tipping advice. When all units are called to Kramer's building, Jerry and George leave the police car door open and the 519 suspect escapes. While Kramer is in for questioning, another victim is found. Kramer is released and Jerry and George ask him his plans. He is going to stay in LA. Jerry and George are back in New York and Kramer walks in as if nothing has changed. When Kramer leaves, Jerry tosses him his keys, restoring his key privileges."
Much to Audrey's dismay, Jeff's chauvinist father, who expects Audrey to wait on him hand and foot, extends his visit after spraining his ankle. Meanwhile, Russell has a one-night stand with a woman who won't leave his apartment.
"Derwin invites Melanie to his first away game in Miami, but due to her heavy school load, she decides to pass. When Tasha and Kelly find out she is not going, they persuade her to change her mind by telling her away games are a play ground for cheating. Meanwhile, Derwin's teammates are upset that he invited Melanie and tell him he needs to un-invite her, fearing the other wives will use her as a spy."
"Ted utilizes a Native American rain dance to keep Robin from going on a camping trip; and Marshall and Lily end up in a very heated argument over Lily’s plan to accept a summer art fellowship in San Francisco"
"Four friends compete to embarrass each other in the ultimate hidden camera showdown. It's an eye for an eye when the guys face off as optometrists, they break each others' banks giving bad financial advice, and push outrageous political platforms in a fruitless hunt for votes."