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Season 1

  • S01E01 Please Re-Lease Me

    • September 15, 1995
    • ABC (US)

    Julia fights to keep her business open.

  • S01E02 Maybe This Time

    • September 16, 1995
    • ABC (US)

    Although Julia is in no hurry to start dating again, Shirley is determined to play matchmaker.

  • S01E03 Gracie Under Fire

    • September 23, 1995
    • ABC (US)

    Shirley invites a date for dinner; Logan teaches a baking class to meet women; and when Julia makes too many rules at home, Gracie seeks freedom for a week at Grandma's ""rule-free fun zone.""

  • S01E04 Out, Out, Damn Radio Spot!

    • September 30, 1995
    • ABC (US)

    Synopsis needed.

  • S01E05 Snitch Doggy-Dogg

    • October 14, 1995
    • ABC (US)

    Julia doggedly encourages Gracie to tell the truth at school, even though it means ratting on a classmate whose misbehavior had lead to the cancellation of an outing -- but she's ready to fudge a bit herself to retrieve their adorable puppy from the pound. Meanwhile, Shirley is convinced the puppy is the vengeful reincarnation of her grandfather.

  • S01E06 Beasy Body

    • October 28, 1995
    • ABC (US)

    Logan's Scottish grandmother visits, and Julia is convinced to impersonate his non-existent fiancée.

  • S01E07 Julia's Day Off

    • November 4, 1995
    • ABC (US)

    Sensible Julia has the time of her life throwing caution to the wind and, at Shirley's urging, taking a day off; meanwhile, Gracie ditches school and has a lousy time.

  • S01E08 Coach Julia

    • November 11, 1995
    • ABC (US)

    Synopsis needed.

  • S01E09 The Other Mother

    • November 25, 1995
    • ABC (US)

    Julia feels like a wet blanket in comparison to her ex's youthful and bubbly new girlfriend; so she attempts to change her image to impress Gracie.

  • S01E10 The Catch

    • December 16, 1995
    • ABC (US)

    Julia finds that boldly asking out handsome guy Richard is the least complicated part of the dating scene, while Kyle resorts to using Gracie to snag a date with attractive customer Lauren.

  • S01E11 Judgement Day

    • December 23, 1995
    • ABC (US)

    Shirley remonstrates church leaders who have deemed Julia unfit to teach Sunday school.

  • S01E12 Nick at Night

    • January 6, 1996
    • ABC (US)

    Julie rushes to judgment about Gracie's new street-wise boyfriend Nicky, and encounters the wrath of Gracie and Shirley as well as that of the boy's single father Nick.

  • S01E13 Break a Leg

    • January 13, 1996
    • ABC (US)

    Shirley's track record as a five-time widow makes her the kiss of death for Jack , Gracie anticipates with trepidation her first kiss; and Kyle would rather kiss victory goodbye than break his coach's record.

  • S01E14 Lucky Puck

    • January 20, 1996
    • ABC (US)

    Julia's appearance at a hockey game turns a losing player's life around with a stroke of luck -- and, in turn, wins Julie an overbearing new admirer.

  • S01E15 Acting Out

    • January 27, 1996
    • ABC (US)

    Peer pressure changes Nicky's mind about acting in the school play after he's razzed by his pals for wearing tights. But Gracie hopes to lead him on the right path with a lesson from TV.

  • S01E16 Stand Up Your Man

    • February 3, 1996
    • ABC (US)

    Nick can't quite get up the nerve to ask Julia out; and looks on suspiciously when a man she stood up at their high school prom reappears, now a wealthy banker, claims not to remember the snub which has haunted Julia's guilty conscience, and begins to court her. And he's right -- the man tricks her into appearing on a tabloid television show so he can humiliate her in public.

  • S01E17 St. Valentine's Day Massacre

    • February 10, 1996
    • ABC (US)

    Gracie has a change of heart after turning down Nicky for a Valentine's Day party; and Kyle encounters double trouble with two dates.

  • S01E18 Whose Life Is It Anyway?

    • February 17, 1996
    • ABC (US)

    A visit from Julia's jet-setting friend Suzi reveals that the two old chums made very different choices in life regarding families and children.