"Three best friends are on their dream trip to Paris, hit turbulence and the plane makes an emergency landing in Cleveland."
After Christian's christening, the family prepares to have one last Sunday dinner at Curtis and Ella's. Unbeknownst to the family, as they make this meal happen, a shot Calvin is laying, dying, on C.J. and Janine's floor.
"Mike's birthday wish is to have his wife and mother get along, but Molly and Peggy butt heads more than ever as they try to plan his birthday party together. Meanwhile, Samuel and Carl compete for the same woman."
"Carl attempts to get a date with an attractive woman he met at the diner."
Peter ends up losing the kids to Child Services after he’s diagnosed as being mentally challenged.
Unbeknownst to Jeff, Audrey lies to her homely friend Liz that she is on Jeff's list of woman he would sleep with if Audrey were not around.
Kramer suffers side effects from his head injury. NBC gives Jerry and George another meeting and on the way, Jerry throws out a watch his parents gave him. He then meets his Uncle Leo, who picks the watch out of the garbage. Kramer agrees to be an alibi f
George's relationship with a former IRS worker may ease Jerry's tax audit worries- until she becomes his former girlfriend. She wants to know why, so he tells her the truth, this was after he gave her Jerry's tax records. Elaine sees far too much of Krame
When Arthur handily beats Doug in several games of ping-pong, Doug decides to test his skills on Carrie, but is humiliated when he loses once again. In a desperate attempt to keep his ego intact, he asks Arthur to train him so that he can beat his wife. M
Feeling hurt over not being invited to a block party, Doug adopts a dog just to prove to the neighbors that he's an okay guy—a decision he soon regrets. Meanwhile, Arthur falls prey to the gambling bug when trying to help Danny beat it.
"Melanie trys to get Elka to start dating again. Elsewhere an old secret is dug up when Joy begins to date a younger man."
"Howdy's gets business innovator Maxine as its new owner, and all employees must come up with a big idea to change the store."
Jeff sets his sights on an attractive professor with a firm policy against dating students; Annie looks to boost her social standing and get extra credit in Spanish by hosting a Day of the Dead party.
"We meet Jules, a woman who in her twenties took on marriage and a baby instead of experiencing the dating scene. Now in her forties, she finds herself as a divorcee and eager to live the dating scene that she missed. With the help of her friend, Laurie, her younger co-worker who wants to show Jules to go out there and have fun; Ellie, her sarcastic, married and content to her average but lovable husband Andy. There's also her family, her ex-husband Bobby and her son Travis, who will test her patience, and her new fortysomething divorced neighbor Gray, who doesn't believe that Jules can date again."