Hayden is rattled as he tries to nurse his new team to victory, even as Christine announces she wants to have a baby.
Hayden stands up in court for Luther's defendant dog Quincy, who bit the MSU bandleader; Christine dozes during Hayden's advances.
Hayden's overactive ego has him convinced that Christine's success is not her own doing.
Luther and Hayden have vastly different views on the reasons for the team's success.
Kelly's desire to work in New York upsets Hayden.
Hayden and Dauber buy motorcycles.
Luther, feeling a bit lonely, befriends a boy (Smollett) in need of a father
Christine gingerly suggests that she and Hayden visit a fertility clinic.
Kelly, having taken a bite out of the Big Apple, comes home for Thanksgiving a changed woman -- one that Hayden doesn't particularly like.
The playbook falls into enemy hands on the eve of Hayden's biggest game.
On the day of the Pioneer Bowl, an accident puts Luther in the hospital with a concussion -- but the team wins the National Championship anyway.
Luther makes a nuisance of himself after tracing his family tree and learning of a large group of Van Dams living in the area.
Hayden is rattled when he and Christine agree to watch an infant for the weekend.
Luther is offered the job of head football coach at nearby small Aberdeen college.
Luther is embarrassed to confess his new job: managing a miniature golf course.
Hayden begins wearing a special device to increase his sperm count. As a Valentine's gift he goes on Christine's TV show, where his special device leaks on camera.
Kelly can't attend when Hayden goes to New York to receive the Coach of the Year award.
While Howard and Hayden are away at a conference, Shirley confides in Christine that she's become attracted to another man.
The Screaming Eagles try to recruit the nations top QB. The players father roomed with Haden in college. After a one on one conversation with the blue chips QB, the player admits he only plays ball to please his eager father whose own football dreams were crushed by an injury. Haden convinces to give the young perspective time to decide his own life direction.
Fed up with trying to increase his fertility, Hayden looks into getting a sperm donor -- quarterback Troy Aikman.
An old girlfriend's visit rekindles Dauber's feelings and jeopardizes his relationship with Judy.
Christine goes fishing with the guys and catches the biggest fish.
Hayden and Christine have lukewarm reactions to Luther's outrageously uninhibited date.
In this episode Judy and three of the other woman's coaches challenge Hayden, Dauber, Howard and Luther to a game of golf with the winner getting the best athletic parking spots. The only problem for the guys is that Luther is a terrible player, after some argument Hayden finally relents to give Luther a shot against the woman. The men are poised to win on a put by Hayden, but he misses.
On his 49th birthday, Hayden wants to drive a race car.
This is an unusual greatest moments episode. The format is an interview with Hayden about his life and work at Minnesota State. In the first of this two part series Mary Hart interviews Hayden about the beginnings of his relationship with Christine. Another unusual part of this episode is its absence of a laugh track, leaving the jokes to push themselves.
In this second of the two-part interview with Mary Hart, the show explores Hayden's relationships with the other significant people in his life (i.e. Luther, Dauber, Howard, and his daughter). This two-part series is essentially a greatest moments episode from the first six seasons.