With Brian upset over not getting an invitation to a cheerleader's party, but Lauren getting one, his story of woe prompts Bill to relate a tale from his own youth when he crashed a party and pretended to drink a lot of beer. Later, Bill and Judy cut short their fun at an AC/DC concert to make sure that Lauren hasn't disobeyed them by sneaking off to the bash.moreless
Bill and Judy meet an old high school buddy, who since then has turned his life around. Deciding they've each changed one another, Bill grows back his old mustache and smoke cigars, while Judy goes back to hanging out with her drunk friend from high school.
After Linda meets a nice man and goes out with him hours after being dumped by another guy, Judy advises her not to go so fast. Linda and Judy have a fight, where Judy is blamed to always be nosing on her sister's life. Judy then decides to let her sister live her own life, and as a result she starts overcontrolling her children's lives with all the extra time she has in her hands. When they can't take it anymore, Bill decides to get the two back together and establish peace in the family.moreless
Bill and Judy decide to help Lauren with her science project to show her that they care about what she's doing. They end up making the science project for her, but regret their decision when the teacher moves her to the honors class, only increasing the workload.
After a failed Valentine's Day, Bill and Judy pick a day to make surprise romantic gestures to one another, but each has their plan go horribly awry. Meanwhile, Brian looks to his parents for advice with a girl he likes.
Tired of always being the parent who lays down rules and metes out punishment, Judy makes Bill take over the 'bad cop' role. When Bill tires of this, he reverts to being a 'good cop,' but with Judy refusing to become 'bad cop' again, the children quickly take advantage.
Judy takes Bill's advice to feign a shared interest with her boss to get a promotion. What she receives, though, are opera tickets that she and Bill quickly regret selling to get Blackhawks tickets. Meanwhile, Linda happily volunteers to chaperone Lauren's sleepover.
Judy's steadily bickering parents visit for Thanksgiving, and things only get worse when the couple announce they're extending their already unwelcome stay by a week. Linda tackles cooking the traditional turkey dinner in hopes of winning some praise, while Bill regrets teaching Judy's father his technique for dealing with marital spats.moreless
Brian joins the school football team, but quits because the other kids are picking on him. He decides to do cheerleading instead, but Bill is unsure about Brian's decision. Judy tells Bill that they need to try to support him, whatever he does.
As her 13th birthday approaches, Bill tries help Lauren get the attention of a boy she likes, but only ends up humiliating her. Judy fixes things by arranging an outing to a Blink-182 concert, where Lauren is subjected to all new, bigger humiliations.
Bill and Judy attend their 20th high school reunion, and soon they begin acting like teenagers again. Bill meets his old hot dog eating competitor and challenges him to see who can eat more pancakes at the reunion breakfast, while Judy is shocked to see that the most popular girl at school has become a successful architect and has a "perfect life." Meanwhile, Linda scores a date with an ex-boyfriend.moreless
Linda comes over with her new psychologist boyfriend, who teaches them an exercise that will prove honesty is the best policy in a relationship. When Judy and Bill decide to put his philosophy to the test, they realize that maybe some things should be left unsaid. Meanwhile, Bill tries to help Brian with his girl problems by telling him they prefer boys who seem dangerous, which leads Brian to think that smoking might get a certain girl's attention.moreless
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