Wayne has a new girlfriend Bonnie, a 23 year old divorcee with a baby.
An innocent mistake has Kevin bragging that he and Winnie spent the night together.
Winnie volunteering for a handsome political candidate has Kevin jealous.
Kevin's job as a house painter for a sexy teacher turns out to be real work when his co-worker's turn out to be goof-off's.
A wedding for the daughter of Jack's boss finds a bridesmaid hitting on Kevin, Jack's boss hitting on Norma, and Wayne once had a relationship with the bride.
The annual father-son fishing trip is weighted down by all of the problems that arise which threaten the fate of future trips.
Wayne's friend Wart returns home from Vietnam a changed man, as found out during the homecoming football game.
Winnie is upset at Kevin at the hamburger stand, and they recall the history of their relationship together.
Kevin takes Paul on a joy ride up to the lake where he met Cara.
Karen's wedding brings problems when they decide they would like a non-traditional ceremony.
Karen returns home after an argument with Michael, and refuses to divulge the reason they are fighting.
An evening alone has Kevin thinking of having a poker game which soon turns into the party of the year.
Paul misses out on a date with the guys to see an R-rated movie but encounters an R-rated evening with a college student.
The school cafeteria becomes the central headquarters for McKinley's social scene.
Kevin learns about true heroes after attending a school's basketball game with his father.
Winnie and Kevin reluctantly go on a double date, but their bickering only leads to their dates liking each other.