Holly dates an older man only to find he lives in an assisted living facility. Nicki comes to Phil with a proposition.
Stuart asks Nicki to accompany him to an important dinner. Phil and Haskell consider getting vasectomies together.
Holly accidentally sets Haskell up with a gay man. Stuart helps Phil get over his fear of funerals.
Phil unknowingly sleeps with a nun and must keep Nicki from finding out. Haskell and Eden take care of a fussy Holly after she suffers an injury.
Haskell hatches a plan to win over Nicki. Stuart and Phil visit Stuart's old home one last time before it is sold.
Nicki (Leah Remini) returns to start her new life in the city, disrupting Stuart's professional life and Phil's personal life. Haskell and Eden attend an all-nude production of "Twelve Angry Men."
Phil and Eden's relationship is strained when he is named one of the top ten bachelors in New York City and has to pretend to be single. Stuart dates the twin sister of his evil ex, Sabrina.
Stuart's sister Nicki (Leah Remini) shows up with some shocking news about her marriage. Phil and Eden consider bringing a guest into the bedroom.
Holly convinces the gang to give up their Christmas plans to spend the holiday together, but ditches the group when she meets a handsome stranger.
Eden shares a secret about herself and Phil with Holly, who blabs to Stuart and Haskell, testing boundaries within the group.
Holly attends her ex-boyfriend Paul's wedding and throws it into chaos. At the wedding Phil and Eden realize they're developing feelings for each other. Haskell sets his sights on the most desperate woman at the wedding.
Holly dates a much younger man and Eden questions his motives. Phil and Eden secretly become friends with benefits. Stuart convinces Haskell to pursue a woman he's admired from afar and ends up accidentally stealing her cat.
Phil opens his own agency and enlists Eden as his temporary assistant to help sign his first client. Meanwhile, Holly hires Haskell as her temporary assistant. Stuart pursues the Yelper who smeared his practice's perfect rating.
When Holly and Eden date two charming French men who shower them with gifts and glamorous living, they wonder if their dream dates are too good to be true. Phil and Haskell train Stuart on how to confront a bully at the bar.
When Phil and Holly make a pact to ask their bosses for raises, Phil gets fired. Holly tries to help Phil get his job back. Stuart's integrity is tested when he dates a British woman with repulsive teeth.
Haskell's ex-wife Margo gets amnesia after an accident and stays with Haskell to recover, only she thinks they're still married. Phil and Stuart spend the night in Holly's place and get to know her intimate sleeping behavior.
Sitcom about three divorced men sharing an apartment returns for another season. Starring Donald Faison, David Alan Basche, Wayne Knight and Kristen Johnston as the landlord/divorce lawyer who unites the unlikely roommates.
A comedy about three divorced men sharing an apartment across the hall from their female divorce attorney, who is also their landlord.
Holly (Kristen Johnston), determined to find Stuart (David Alan Basche) a date, introduces him to a woman who turns out to be a true professional.
Phil discovers that Stuart speaks more than English when he meets a model.
Holly stops by to bring her "bad news" batch of treats to Stuart, Haskell, and Phil.
Phil dances the no alimony dance.
Holly finds out from Eden that she will have to face her cheating ex fiancé (Ken Marino) for the first time since they broke up.
Haskell explains his relationship with his virtual girlfriend to Stuart and Phil.
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Phil asks Holly for some lady painkillers for his toothache.
Phil (Donald Faison) uses Holly’s assistant to help him land a star jockey as a client.
While Holly tries to get her groove back, Haskell finds out that Phil and Nikki are planning to take their relationship to the next level. In an attempt to stop them, Haskell does the unthinkable.
Nicole (Leah Remini) volunteers to give Ralph (Tony Dovolani) dance lessons, but when she tries to teach him, their lesson takes an unexpected turn.
In an attempt to get a date with a hot pilot, Holly pairs Haskell up with his gay brother. Little does Haskell know, Sam (Roger Bart) wants to be more than friends
Phil's fear of funerals almost stops him from delivering his old basketball coach's eulogy. However, when Stuart starts speaking, Phil is forced to cut in.
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