Barbara has begun her college education and feels very independent, balancing school work with social activities. Meanwhile, Ann begins to feel undereducated as she hears Barbara's experiences and makes a decision to go to college. The big surprise comes when she is taking the same course as Barbara.
Barbara's latest boyfriend, Brad, is putting the pressure on her big time to have sex. Barbara honestly does not know what to do and isn't quite sure she wants to accommodate his sexual demands, but at the same time, doesn't want to lose him. So, she decides that perhaps she should and goes out and buys some contraceptives.
Julie returns from a ski trip sporting a meek fiance, an impending wedding date and an unexcited best man.
Best man Max insists that his amorous intentions toward Julie are honorable, even as the wedding party assembles.
Newlyweds Julie and Max return from their honeymoon to an apartment they can't afford because Max has been laid off from his job.
A psychiatrist recommends a heart-to-heart talk to take the heat out of Ann's relationship with her mother.
Barbara hires a genetics tutor, unaware of his obvious shortcomings.
Ann pressures her assistant into working on a Saturday night — at her place.
Barbara tries to earn some extra money by selling football betting cards. However, Schneider gets arrested when Barbara involves him in her illegal football pool activities.
After Ann rushes out to yet another appointment, her family shouldn't be so surprised to learn she has suffered a heart attack.
A feud erupts between Schneider and Max for male dominance in the Romano household, as well as the attention of Ann and the girls.
Ann and the family put on another show at the senior citizen hotel.
After a man-on-the-street chat with a newscaster, Schneider is offered a job as a male model, but becomes depressed when he learns the role he is to portray.
A fast talking insurance man from Buffalo can't decide whether he would rather romance Barbara, Ann or Grandma Romano.
Barbara's desire to live near campus and Max's new job in Houston have Ann pondering the thought of living alone for the first time in her life.
Grandma Romano moves to Indianapolis, takes an apartment in Ann's building and finds a job in her office.
Barbara is harassed by an overzealous suitor.
The topsy-turvy years in Schneider's building are fondly remembered (in clips from past shows) when condominium conversion threatens to disperse the tenants.
Schneider, Ann and the girls continue to reminisce about the past as the construction of condominiums seems to be a sure thing.
Barbara feels compelled to tell Bob about his new girlfriend's former exploits.
A binge of credit-card spending leads Max and Julie to insolvency.
After Schneider's rebuff during an outing to a comedy club, Ann brings home a footloose funny man.
Ann's boss, Mr. Connors is going through a rough time after his wife walks out on him, citing that he has become too boring for her taste. To cheer him up, Ann invites him out to dinner, but when Schneider crashes the dinner, Mr. Connors gets some lessons in picking up the ladies and ends up with a gold-digger.
Ann's archeology professor offers her love and companionship and asks her to live with him in Greece.
Schneider's cell mate from a gambling bust shows up and demands first class treatment or else.
While Schneider is making love to his girlfriend, she has a heart attack which ultimately leaves Schneider impotent. Schneider then goes to great lengths to remedy his problem, to no avail. That is, until Ann makes a suggestion concerning an ex-flame of Schneider's, but Schneider is unsure if he wants to take her advice.