Our 14-Year-Old Habitual Runaway Daughter Is Being Repeatedly Harbored By Her 18-Year-old Boyfriend! More
"Jody and Mike say they can no longer parent their out-of-control 14-year-old daughter, Michelle. The parents claim Michelle is doing drugs and drinking alcohol, repeatedly getting picked up by police, and hanging out with older boys. They also claim Michelle is a habitual runaway and has run away from home at least 10 times this year. Michelle says if her parents would just treat her like an adult, she would have no need to run away. During the summer, Michelle's parents claim she disappeared for five days before being located at her 18-year-old boyfriend, Paul's house. Paul says Michelle is the love of his life and plans on marrying her. Paul says Michelle's parents better get used to having him around because he's not going anywhere. So what would it take to keep Michelle from running away? Can these parents possibly accept Paul and move forward?"
"It's Thanksgiving in the Heffernan household and while Carrie cooks dinner for ten people, Doug lets a stranger into the house to use the phone. He is convinced the stranger is a nice guy but Carrie is not so trusting. Everyone at dinner feels sorry for the man, who's been left outside to wait for a ride, but when Carrie finally gives into the holiday spirit, it turns out her instincts may have been right."
"Molly couldn't be happier that she doesn't have to cook Thanksgiving dinner when Mike gets sick. But when Vince asks his brother to join them for dinner Molly pitches in. Being engaged for a year, Joyce decides to press Vince about marriage. Carl takes Samuel with him to the Thanksgiving dinner at his church with the expectation of meeting some young women."
"Homeless, heartbroken, and distraught, Melanie turns to Derwin's rival, Trey Wiggs, for comfort. After sleeping with him, Trey offers Melanie financial assistance, leaving Melanie to make a decision on whether or not to accept it. Meanwhile, Jason butt heads with the new coach ( Jason Lee ) when the Sabers football team is sold to new owners."
"The girls are excited when they are invited to a press junket to promote the film about Caroline's life, but Caroline gets a surprise when her ex-boyfriend, Candy Andy, shows up. Meanwhile, Bobby gets jealous over Caroline and Candy Andy's reconnection and asks the diner gang for advice."
"Jerry buys his dad a $200 Wizard organizer for a birthday present. George receives a message from Susan's parents, the Rosses. Jerry and George debate about the race of Elaine's new boyfriend and that intrigues her (is he black?). George returns the call from the Rosses; the Foundation is having an event this weekend, but George can't attend, he has to close on his house in the Hamptons. Kramer announces his retirement, a Hollywood big shot has optioned his coffee table book about coffee tables. Elaine finds evidence that leads her to believe her boyfriend is black."
"Elaine regrets accompanying Jerry on a trip to Florida to visit his parents. There are temperature control problems in the condo, a back breaking sofa bed, a slight overdose of muscle relaxants and the disposition of a pen that writes upside down leading to turmoil within the condo village."
Audrey discovers that Russell is a closeted fan of Broadway musicals, a fact she promises to keep secret in exchange for free theater tickets. Meanwhile, Adam and Jennifer take dancing lessons in preparation for their wedding.
"As Thanksgiving approaches...Ted and Barney consider adopting a baby; Robin locks herself in a bathroom when Lily and Marshall consider moving to a house in Long Island; Robin has big news for Barney."