Janet and Terri overhear and misunderstand a conversation Jack and Mr. Angelino are having about finances and think Jack is in debt. They arrange for Jack to 'win' money on a faked radio show; money borrowed from Mr. Furley and Larry. However, Jack uses the sudden winfall to buy a new leather coat he's always wanted.moreless
Jack graciously offers a kitchen assistant job to his former navy buddy Bill who is down on his luck. However, Bill returns the favor by manipulating Jack and Mr. Angelino's relationship to force Jack into making him a partner in his bistro.
Jack decides to crash at the vacant apartment above his bistro, but is shocked to discover Mr. Angelino has been using it to have an affair. He has to deal with a much bigger problem when Janet and Terri discover him there alone with Mr. Angelino's mistress.
Janet agrees to give dating advice to Mr. Furley's shy 18-year-old nephew in exchange for him fixing a stereo she plans on surprising her roommates with. However, her roommates become convinced she is trying to rob the cradle.
Jack picks a fight with an obnoxious Reagle Beagle patron who turns out to be an accomplished boxer. He feels compelled by peer pressure to go through with the fight, even though it quickly becomes obvious he doesn't stand a chance.
Terri treats a popular soap star at the hospital, and is elated when he agrees to go on a date with her. The relationship quickly escalates to a marriage proposal, but Jack has suspicions about the guy's true intentions.
Jack tries to set up a crooked health inspector in a sting, but the police officer mistakenly believes he wants to bust Mr. Furley for dealing pot. Meanwhile, Terri is assigned to help a frightened patient transition back to life outside of the hospital.
Terri thinks a friend is breaking up with her husband after hearing a mangled third-hand story about the friend's boat nearly hitting rocks due to a broken rudder. Jack and Janet take it upon themselves to save the marriage, with disastrous results.
Larry asks trustworthy Jack to take his visiting 19-year-old sister on a date and let her stay in the apartment. However, Larry, Janet, and Terri jump to conclusions when the two of them disappear from the apartment during the night without explanation.
Jack and Janet set Terri up with a customer at the flower shop on the spur of the moment, which turns out to be a huge mistake when Mr. Furley remembers seeing the man profiled in a detective magazine as a convicted murderer.
Larry does Jack a big favor by inviting his friend to play guitar at the bistro for free, but then invites himself to live out his fantasy to be a singer. Meanwhile, Jack regrettably hires Mr. Furley to be his new kitchen assistant.
Just when Jack's Bistro begins to turn a profit, a minister who had a problem with the old restaurant manages to get Jack's wine license revoked. Jack invites the minister to a Sunday brunch to see how things have changed, but Mr. Furley and several of the patrons create problems.
Janet's old high school friend comes to town to direct a television commercial, and Janet sets her up on a date with Jack. However, mass confusion ensues when her friend later reveals to Janet she's married and using Jack to have a fling.
As a favor to Felipe, Jack allows his attractive but non-English speaking cousin from Mexico to spend a few days in the apartment. Jack is put in a bad situation when an offer to give her a job at his bistro is misinterpreted as a proposal of marriage to avoid deportation.moreless
Jack, with the help of Mr. Furley and his roommates, hurry to fix up the dilapidated restaurant for opening night. However, he faces a new challenge when Larry puts the wrong date on the advertisements, and no one shows up.
Mr. Angelino is having trouble finding someone to rent his old but fully equipped restaurant, and offers Jack his dream opportunity to start his own French bistro. However, Jack faces a daunting task coming up with $800 for the first month's rent.
Janet's date is a columnist for the newspaper who decides to interview the trio about their living arrangement for an article about penny-pinching. However, major complications arise when the published article is full of wrong and suggestive assumptions about their lifestyle.
Larry graciously gives Jack his blind date when a conflict arises. However, Jack receives a wrong-number call that he believes is from his date, but is actually from a diamond smuggler looking to set up a transaction.
Janet convinces Jack to accompany her on a dinner date with an executive from her flower shop, who is a lecher. Unfortunately, she brings Jack home drunk, resulting in him breaking one of Janet's heirloom vases and believing the next morning that he took advantage of her.
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