Just when the Weaver's were hoping for a quiet Thanksgiving, Dominick Weaver arrives with the announcement that he's getting a divorce and moving in with Debbie and Marty. In the midst of all this, Jackie's parents arrive and find out all about human relationship idiosyncrasies.moreless
Debbie's Shark Tank encounter gives her the idea to attend business school. To help pass the qualifying exam, Dick steps in as her tutor. Amber and Reggie's relationship is tested again when an enhanced Jane enrolls at their school.moreless
Jackie gets a booking on "Shark Tank" to help Debbie find an investor for her new purse design, but it's Larry's presence that affects the outcome. Abby has a big dance recital coming up and Amber acts as her choreographer.moreless
A romantic evening for Amber and Reggie is set in motion by their mothers. While the Weavers are enthralled with football season, Larry decides golf is boring and pointless, so he replaces football as the sport for the community.moreless
Larry decides to combine his two favorite holidays, Halloween and Chanukah, into Challoweenukah. When no one shows up Larry decides advertising with candy at the playground, which doesn't go over well with the police. The Weavers are challenged to a Halloween costume contest.moreless
Game night leaves Jackie with second thoughts about her friendship with Debbie, so they head out for makeovers that result in a new hairdo for Debbie. Amber and Reggie continue to probe their genetic differences. Larry learns about Earth's healthcare system after Marty is injured participating in Dick's plan to get him back in shape.moreless
Jackie and Debbie have become the best of friends and are confiding all to each other. Except Jackie neglected to tell Debbie that she's been working at the Mexican restaurant nearby. When she sees a way to get promoted to manager, she asks her boss home for dinner but things don't turn out as planned.moreless
After learning about April Fools' Day from the Weavers, Larry is determined to pull the most impressive prank ever on them. Amber needs convincing that Reggie doesn't have feelings for his Zabvronian soulmate.moreless
With summer at an end, Amber and Reggie finally tell their families that they are dating. What ensues is a two-family conference to decide if they can continue to date. Heated discussions end after Abby tells everyone that only Reggie can make Amber smile. Just when it looks like everyone is on board with the relationship, out of the blue someone else shows up to compete for Reggie's affections.moreless
The Bird-Kersees and the Weavers head to Atlantic City for some fun where it's discovered that Larry Bird can see through cards. Jackie owns up to wanting a human wedding. Dick Butkus takes a call from his grandpa indicating their time on Earth might be near the end.moreless
Debbie revitalizes her purse business and, with Jackie's help, is soon drowning in an unworkable number of orders.
Exploring the world outside of Hidden Hills, the Bird- Kersees head to the city to see a Broadway musical which in turn inspires Larry to put on one of his own. Everything goes well until the fancy footwork slips up Dick and they call 9-1-1 - instead of going to Marty and Debbie.moreless
The Bird-Kersees get Marty to teach them to drive a car, they can fly a space ship so how difficult can driving be. Amber decides to use a Driver's Ed teacher instead of her dad, a decision she soon regrets.moreless
The Weavers and the Bird-Kersees head to the great outdoors for a weekend of camping. Debbie and Jackie work to make sure the weekend is a success for a clueless Marty.
Larry and Reggie, obsessed with winning an Oscar for Best Documentary, videotape the school spelling bee finals featuring Max and Dick Butkus.
To boost their self esteem and desirability, Debbie and Jackie go clubbing at the new hip club Hell. Marty and Larry Bird put themselves into Amber's hands for a makeover.
Reggie Jackson's relationship advice from Debbie backfires, while Amber refuses to talk about her new boyfriend, Jeremy.
The Weavers and Bird-Kersees compete for membership in a brand-new, exclusive country club.
Amber and Reggie's school dance creates "high school" drama for their parents. Debbie's attempt to re-create a romantic moment from her courtship with Marty backfires and Jackie's fascination with their courtship has her trying to change the history of how she met Larry.moreless
When the entire Weaver family gets a cold and Larry Bird learns there is no cure, Larry quarantines the Weaver house.
Supreme leader Larry Bird imparts his experience to help Debbie navigate PTA politics while Jackie tries her hand at helping Marty coach soccer.
The alien community learns about death when their beloved gardener, Juan, unexpectedly dies. Even though Debbie and Marty try to explain that death is something all humans experience, Larry Bird is determined to solve that problem.moreless
Things go awry when Marty and Debbie ask the Bird-Kersees to hide the Christmas gifts they've bought for Amber, Max and Abby, and then decide to return the gifts and spend the money on a vacation. Larry Bird and the aliens have opened all the gifts leaving no gifts and no money for the Weavers to take a trip. It will be up to Larry Bird to save the day.moreless
Debbie wants a different kind of Thanksgiving this year. Rather than celebrate with Marty's parents, Debbie wants to invite Larry, Jackie, Reggie and Dick instead. Nothing goes as planned when aliens, alien and human in-laws and the Weavers have Thanksgiving all under one roof.moreless
Marty and Debbie's wedding anniversary coincides with Zabvronian mating season. Debbie wants more romance after learning about the cerebral Zabvronian way while Jackie is enthralled by the human physical style. Amber heads to a make-out party and Reggie tags along.moreless
While Debbie whirls around insanely planning the perfect birthday for Abby, Jackie does her best to help. Lenny lets Larry follow him around work for a day while Reggie looks to find the perfect gift for Amber.moreless
In Hidden Hills, Halloween has always been viewed as a threat, so each year they put a barrier to keep the trick-or-treaters out. The Weavers though are extremely excited about their first Halloween in the suburbs and want to let the costumed children in. For the first time, the Weaver children rebel against the family costume traditions and go their own way.moreless
Marty and Debbie take it upon themselves to prepare Dick and Reggie for their first day of human school but their anti-bullying advice creates more havoc than anyone could have expected. To top it all off, Larry and Jackie are tired of the endless parenting tips from Marty and Debbie.moreless