Jack chaperones Janet on a date with a lecher from the office, but he gets so drunk that he passes out in her bed. When he awakens in the morning, he can't recall a thing about the night's events.
Terri's temperamental dentist boyfriend terrorizes Jack during an office visit when he thinks Jack (not his bad temper) is the reason Terri has broken up with him.
Jack thinks he's just doing his buddy Larry a favor when he agrees to stand in for him on a blind date. Little does he realize his date is a jewel thief.
Janet's dating a reporter who tells her he wants to write a piece about the trio's living situation emphasizing the financial benefits of it, but what ends up in the paper is more about titillation than economics.
In a case of look before you leap, Jack eagerly accepts an offer to be a chef at one of Angelino's restaurants, seeing it as a golden opportunity...until he actually sees the place.
A misprint of flyers for the opening of Jack's Bistro leaves the place empty on the big night, but Larry saves the day by bringing in his Greek relatives.
As a favor to Felipe, the trio take in his beautiful cousin Maria who speaks little English and who mistakenly believes that Jack intends to marry her.
Trying to play cupid, Janet sets Jack up with an old high school friend who's in town. It's all great until Janet discovers the woman is still married.
In order to get his liquor license, Jack needs to convince a local pastor that his restaurant is a respectable place. Too bad the customers can't seem to behave.
Jack soon finds that business and friendship don't mix when he hires bungling Furley to work as a cook, and tone-deaf Larry as a lounge singer.
Jack and Janet have fixed Terri up with a guy they both like. It's all going well until Furley discovers that he might be a murderer.
Jack is the only one Larry trusts to take his teenage sister out while she's in town visiting. However, when they arrive home late, everyone assumes Jack has taken advantage of her.
Terri and Larry have to set things straight when a bit of gossip gets so distorted that it leads married friends Bob and Carol to consider divorce.
Jack wants to catch a crooked building inspector who's looking for a bribe, but the cops are more interested in the "pot" Furley thinks he's found at the restaurant.
When a soap star with a reputation as a womanizer proposes to Terri on their first date, Jack is dubious and does all he can to protect his friend.
Defending Furley from a bully at the Regal Beagle, Jack agrees to settle things in the ring...a boxing ring, that is. He's confident about the outcome until learning his opponent is a former boxing champ.
Jack bets his roommates that he can quit women for a week. Too bad it's single's night at the Beagle and he's agreed to accompany Furley on a date.
Janet's teaching Furley's shy nephew how to be a gentleman with the ladies, but Jack and Terri think she's robbing the cradle.
Jack thinks he's going to crash in the abandoned apartment over the restaurant, until he walks in on Angelino there with his mistress.
Jack buys a fake mustache to improve his odds with women. And it works a little too well when Terri falls for him.
A former Navy cook comes to town and tries to weasel his way into Jack's restaurant by using his deserter past as leverage.
Terri and Janet fake a radio contest so Jack can win money they think he needs for rent, and are outraged when he uses the windfall (supplied by Furley) to buy a leather coat.