#1 A Side of Chile
#2 Goober up the Nose
#3 Bees Do It, Birds Do It, but Not in a Car
#4 Live Nude Girl
#5 Boo! He's Back
#6 The Methadone Clinic
#7 The Kiss
#8 The Cheese Ship
#9 Barko, the Holiest Dog in the World
#10 Boo! He's Gone
#11 The Best Deal Possible
#12 The Mischievous Elf
#13 My Casual Friend's Wedding
#14 Hickory, Dickory, Death
#15 Crazy White Female
#16 Bar Remodel
#17 Touched by an Angel
#18 Cecil, the Angry Postman
#19 The Parent Trap
#20 Momma Was a Rollin' Stone
#21 Finders Keepers
#22 I Do, I Think I Do

#1 A Side of Chile: Aired Thursday, September 24, 1998

Jesse meets her new neighbor Diego, and is torn between his seduction and her responsibilities to all her male relatives, especially her young son.

#2 Goober up the Nose: Aired Thursday, October 1, 1998

Jesse's date with Diego becomes a disaster when she gets a goober stuck up her nose at the movie theater. She ends up in the emergency room, and even though Diego is handling the situation remarkably well, all her male relatives show up and ruin everything.

#3 Bees Do It, Birds Do It, but Not in a Car: Aired Thursday, October 8, 1998

Jesse scares Deigo off by telling him that Little John asked if Diego would be his new father. Jesse and Diego finally go out on a date and Darren and Junior baby-sit Little John. Jesse's brothers feed Little John candy rather than explain sex to him. When Diego and Jesse are finally happily making out in Diego's car, Jesse has to go home because Little John is sick from eating too much candy.

Written by Ira Ungerleider and Stephen Nathan, Directed by Robby Benson

#4 Live Nude Girl: Aired Thursday, October 15, 1998

Jesse gets jealous when she spots a naked woman through Diego's window.

Written by Ira Ungerleider & Stephen Nathan, Directed by Robby Benson

#5 Boo! He's Back: Aired Thursday, October 29, 1998

Jesse and Diego go away for a night to a charming bed and breakfast. Just as they are getting settled in (to the bed), Jesse's brother calls saying her ex-husband Roy is in town and wants to spend time with Little John. Jesse goes rushing back home, and tells Roy that he can't see his son after not even calling for seven years. But Little John is excited to get to know his father, and Jesse finally lets Roy come trick-or-treating with them. Diego is threatened by Roy's arrival.

Written by Nancy Steen, Directed by Robby Benson
Michael Weatherly as Roy, Angela Paton as Mrs. Baum, Fred Stoller as delivery man

#6 The Methadone Clinic: Aired Thursday, November 5, 1998

Jesse insults the owner of a prestigious gallery (that used to be the local methadone clinic) where Diego is hoping to show his work. Jesse's ex-husband Roy is spending more time with Little John, and is slowly but surely charming his way back into Jesse's good graces. Carrie gets Linda to talk to Darren on her behalf and Darren ends up asking Linda out instead of Carrie.

Written by Tad Quill, Directed by Robby Benson
Guest Starring Michael Weatherly as Roy and Lane Davies as Mr. Bergen

#7 The Kiss: Aired Thursday, November 12, 1998

Diego is going to New York to see a friend's art opening, and before he leaves he expresses his concern to Jesse about the amount of time she has been spending with Roy. They end up getting into a fight, and Diego leaves for his trip. Jesse begins worrying that Diego basically dumped her before he left, although what he said is very much open to interpretation. Roy kisses her during a celebratory moment over Little John's aced science test. Jesse kisses back for a moment, and then pulls away. Diego returns early from New York, telling Jesse how much he missed her and he apologizes for the fight. Roy thinks Jesse should give him another chance. Jesse tells Roy she felt nothing when they kissed, and she's with Diego now. Diego tells her he trusts her and Jesse bursts out that she kissed Roy. Diego asks her if she still has feelings for Roy and she hesitates before saying no. Diego leaves. Meanwhile, Carrie is playing like Darren is her boyfriend supposedly to make Linda jealous because Darren still has a thing for Linda. They go out on a double date, and Linda's date is this awful man that Darren kicks out of the restaurant. After Darren's noble move, Linda might be falling for him too.

Written by Dana Klein, Directed by Robby Benson
Guest Starring Michael Weatherly as Roy and Phil Buckman as Frank. Co-starring Wendee Cole as bar patron #1, Kevin Berntson as bar patron #2, and Tom Bailey as the maitre'd.

#8 The Cheese Ship: Aired Thursday, November 19, 1998

Diego is sick and avoiding Jesse. She tries to get him to come to Thanksgiving dinner, but he refuses because Roy will be there. Roy is plotting to get Jesse back. Linda is trying to be a good friend to Carrie and fight her growing crush on Darren.

Written by Jeffrey B. Hodes and Nastaran Dibai, Directed by Robby Benson
Guest Starring Michael Weatherly as Roy.
"That's really too bad, because I was so much looking forward to having some bread crumbs that have been shoved up a turkey's ass." -Diego

#9 Barko, the Holiest Dog in the World: Aired Thursday, December 10, 1998

Carrie breaks up with Darren. Darren is one of the three wise men in a TV commercial. Diego fights for Jesse who is turning to Roy. Little John is Jesus in the school nativity play.

Written by Peter Murrieta and Gabrielle Allan, Directed by Kevin S. Bright
Guest Starring Michael Weatherly as Roy.

#10 Boo! He's Gone: Aired Thursday, December 17, 1998

Diego tries desperately to convince Jesse that Roy is evil.

#11 The Best Deal Possible: Aired Thursday, January 14, 1999

Jesse tries to steer Diego away from a conniving car salesman. Darren and Junior battle for a woman.

Written by Dan Stering and Zachary Rosenblatt, Directed by Michael Lembeck
Special Guest Star David Faustino as Dwayne. Guest starring Lisa Thornhill as Dana.
"I think you're a guy walking into a hungry dog farm wearing meat pants." -Jesse

#12 The Mischievous Elf: Aired Thursday, January 21, 1999

Jesse is horrified when she is escorted to a mythical fantasy game by her night-school teacher (Glenn Quinn).

#13 My Casual Friend's Wedding: Aired Thursday, January 28, 1999

Jesse is accused of fooling around with the groom at a former classmate's wedding.

#14 Hickory, Dickory, Death: Aired Thursday, February 4, 1999

Jesse fantasizes that she and Diego are classic film noir characters. Guest starring Pauley Perrett.

#15 Crazy White Female: Aired Thursday, February 11, 1999

Diego and Jesse realize that Diego's new girlfriend is completely insane. John asks out an old high school crush who is a mousey truck driver who turns on the sex appeal.

#16 Bar Remodel: Aired Thursday, February 18, 1999

Jesse tries to get her brothers to help her when she is left in charge of Der Biergarten.

#17 Touched by an Angel: Aired Thursday, February 25, 1999

Diego and Jesse are trying to get back together, but everything goes drastically wrong, and then Jesse gets so nervous that she gets hives. Darren tries to re-do the bar with a "Charlie's Angels" theme.

#18 Cecil, the Angry Postman: Aired Thursday, March 4, 1999

Jesse gets an obnoxious postman fired, and then needs his help to retrieve a letter she fancifully wrote to Diego that Little John accidently mailed.

#19 The Parent Trap: Aired Thursday, March 11, 1999

Jesse's attempts to make Diego's visiting parents feel comfortable result in near disaster. Jesse's father returns home and is horrified at the changes in his bar and his daughter's life.

#20 Momma Was a Rollin' Stone: Aired Thursday, March 18, 1999

Jesse's mother shows up in town and takes advantage of Jesse's kindness. Jesse decides to stand up for herself and tells her mother how she feels.

#21 Finders Keepers: Aired Thursday, March 25, 1999

Jesse and Diego find a baby during a scavenger hunt and are just starting to fall in love with it and think of keeping it when the car-jacked mother comes to reclaim it.

#22 I Do, I Think I Do: Aired Thursday, April 1, 1999

Jesse receives a full scholarship to nursing school just as Diego is fired and faces deportation. Diego proposes to Jesse.