Jack's plate Is full. He's trying to prepare a gourmet meal for his roommates, while also filling in for Larry on a blind date by preparing a meal for the woman in a vacant apartment upstairs.
On his first day as a grill cook at a busy diner, Jack soon finds that his boss wants to sample more than his daily special.
Chrissy takes a part-time job at a convention from a new friend. Jack thinks she's the perfect girl to bring home to mom, but only Janet knows the woman is a high-priced call girl.
Jack's new girlfriend, Inga, is a skiing fanatic, so he tells her he's a skiing pro to impress her.
Janet works overtime to keep Larry and Jack from discovering that they're both dating the same woman. Her effort may be scuttled when Larry walks by the window where Jack is working as a mannequin with the woman.
Jack applies for a position at fancy French bistro. He does land a job - as a bus boy - a fact he keeps from his roommates, Larry, and his new lady, who all think he's been hired as a chef.
While Chrissy's out of town, her clumsy, yet sweet cousin, Cindy Snow takes her place to help Jack and Janet keep up the rent.
Cindy loses her job after Jack stands up for her when her boss is overly demanding. He then takes it upon himself to get her job back.
To land a job at Angelino's Restaurant, Jack impersonates a famous chef, not realizing that a lot of people have it in for the guy, including an angry bookie.
No good deed goes unrewarded, a fact Jack learns all too well after graciously helping an elderly woman with her groceries.
Jack gives advice on meeting women to his girlfriend's widowed father; advice that he proceeds to try out on an unsuspecting Janet.
Janet's parents are visiting, so she and Jack pretend they are newlyweds.
A wealthy man is obsessed with making Cindy his bride and pulls out all the stops to woo her, so it falls to Jack to cool his fire.
The trio take Furley in when his brother Bart (the owner) fires him as the building's landlord.
After the roommates have a falling out, Larry slyly suggests that he and Jack switch places (so he can make the moves on the Janet and Cindy).
On a teaching stint at his old school, Jack finds himself in hot water when Dean Traver's curvaceous niece decides to cook up an "A" by seducing Jack.
Jack and Janet think accident-prone Cindy made the ultimate error when they find her buying maternity clothes.
It's a comedy of errors when the Ropers are in town for a bowling banquet, and after yet another argument, Helen seeks solace from Jack and Janet, but winds up in Ralph's arms.
To get a date with Furley's sexy niece Jack pretends to be his own twin, Austin.
In order to avoid his current girlfriend's extremely jealous boyfriend, Larry helps Jack fake his own death.
Cindy goes to visit her father, who is in town, but Janet and Jack mistakenly think Cindy's been kidnapped.
Jack's giving up on sweet talk and little white lies, but he soon finds that sometimes honesty isn't the best policy, and that the truth can hurt.