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Ann sets off a Morton family squabble after encouraging Bob to follow his dream to become a forest ranger, not knowing his father had always planned on sending him to Harvard Law School.
Ann's convinced Julie is falling under the influence of her roommate, who makes a living by doing "favors" for rich men.
Julie suddenly decides to move into her own apartment, but Ann has reservations when she meets her future roommate.
Aspiring designer Julie enters one of her creations in a fashion show to prove to her mother that she doesn't need to go to design school.
Suffering from the flu and facing and big deadline at work, Ann agrees to let a new hire named Francine Webster assist her, only to have Francine steal her ideas... and her desk.
A widowed woman takes over ownership of the building, and announces her intentions of hiring a professional management company. Desperate to keep his job, Schneider feigns romantic interest in her, resulting in an unwanted invitation to a weekend getaway.
Attempting to shed their nice guy images, Barbara and Bob Morton dash off to Chicago and spend the night in a motel room with one bed.
Ann is put in charge of finding Mr. Davenport a new secretary, and does Julie a favor by hiring her friend Leslie. However, Julie fails to mention that Leslie is rumored to be a drug user.
Ann becomes smitten with Cam after spending the entire night helping him work on his race car. However, she soon begins to question the idea of being involved with someone with such a fast-paced lifestyle.
Ann's burgeoning midlife crisis is only exacerbated when she invites a plastic surgeon to her 36th birthday party.
Barbara and Ann try to help the police locate Melanie and save her life after overdosing in a hotel room, while her parents arrive at the apartment in complete denial about their daughter's predicament.
Barbara is hounded by an annoying and hyperactive girl named Melanie who wants to be her best friend. The situation comes to a head when delusional Melanie concludes that Barbara has stolen a boy from her.
After getting advice from Ann and Schneider, Bob Morton thinks the way to win Barbara's heart is to first go on a date with a notorious classmate.
Ann convinces her boss she can close a deal with an important client who expects to be set up with a prostitute.
Julie's father travels to Indianapolis determined to talk her out of marrying Paul, but instead Ann talks him into having dinner with the couple at the apartment.
Julie decides she wants to move in with Paul, only to find out Paul wants to marry her.
Julie announces she's in love with her 42-year-old boss and travelling with him to a dog show in Toledo.
While searching for a job, Julie causes a minor traffic accident with a sports car. With no way to pay for the other driver's damage, she begs the middle-aged man to hire her as an assistant at his veterinary practice.