It's the morning after their father's first overnight visit -- for the girls it means reconciliation, for David it means worry, and for Ann and Ed it means a rekindling of old feelings, in the conclusion of a two-part story.
Ann's ex-husband Ed drops in with a bombshell that Barbara desperately hopes will spark a reconciliation, in the first of a two?part story. Ann's mixed emotions and hospitality lend some credence to Barbara's dream...at least for the time being.
David gets a dose of reality and discovers there's more to fatherhood than he expected when he is pressed into service as chaperon for Julie and Barbara's "break training" party.
Julie's determination to learn from her own mistakes forces Ann to let her accept a job, even though it's against her better judgment.
Another woman jolts Ann to re-evaluate her true feelings about David. Her painful process begins when she catches David in a lie.
Ann's militancy over a mistake in her phone bill leads to serious ramifications when she is investigated by the Secret Service.
Julie and Ann face one of the most critical times in their lives -- Julie must come to terms with being a woman, and Ann with being a mother.
David presses Ann into having a party so she can meet new people, and when Ann leaves Schneider out of her plans, she discovers there's much more to him than meets the eye.
Julie is obsessed with the idea that she must attend the same private school as her new, rich friend, leaving Ann with the problem of wanting to give her daughter the best, but not being able to afford it.
Newly-divorced Ann Romano is thrown into an emotional turmoil by David's proposal of marriage. Ann's dilemma is not made easier by her "helpful" advisors -- Julie, Barbara and the ever-present Schneider.
Ann Romano, 17 years married and 10 months divorced, meets a handsome airline pilot who has some lofty ideas -- and Ann thinks she's ready to fly.
After Julie and Barbara spend a weekend with their father, they come home enthralled with his vivacious new girlfriend, creating a crisis at home. Ann denies being jealous of her ex-husband's beautiful new friend, but she doesn't have much success at coping with her true feelings.
Ann Romano, 17 years married and 10 months divorced, meets a handsome airline pilot who has some lofty ideas -- and Ann thinks she's ready to fly. But when she tells her two teenage daughters about the situation, a simple weekend becomes a complex affair.