Chuck and Kelly seek the best way to publicly disclose their parenthood, but an unfortunately timed new ad campaign for the station complicates their efforts. Meanwhile, Marsh bestows a gift upon Gary but immediately regrets his generosity.
When newly appointed WURG station manager Ginger Ko decides to make some unpopular changes to the newsroom, Chuck and Kelly pay her a visit. Despite their intentions to confront her about the proposed changes, Ginger turns on the charm, sending Chuck and Kelly away feeling good about the transition. However, the aftermath from their seemingly innocent exchange causes quite a stir in the newsroom, especially for Ryan, who has to step up and carry out a career-first responsibility. Meanwhile, Gary is apprehensive about booking a cruise with his wife for fear the new boss won't agree to him taking the time off, and Marsh accidentally takes his wife's estrogen pill.
Chuck and Kelly decide to fess up to Gracie and let her know that Chuck is her father. They recant the tale of the night she was conceived as best they remember.
After Kelly and Chuck finally decide to tell Gracie that Chuck is her father, Kelly gets cold feet. She and Chuck decide to see a therapist to resolve their issues with one another. However, the therapist exposes their pent-up frustrations, complicating their plans to tell Gracie the truth. Meanwhile, Gary is frustrated when he fails to get a hug from everyone's favorite security guard who is known for his daily words of encouragement and hugs.
When Marsh decides to throw Chuck a surprise party, Chuck and Kelly discover an incriminating photograph on Marsh's wall portraying them in a compromising position in the background and they try to find a way to remove it without anyone's knowledge. Meanwhile, Gary and Ryan stumble into Marsh and Peg's bedroom and are disturbed by what they see.
When the rival news station's dashing young news anchor asks Kelly out on a date, Chuck cannot help but wonder if the anchor has alterior motives.
The team gets word of a former WURG news anchor's passing, and Kelly is surprised to be asked to give the eulogy at the funeral.
Kelly's carefully laid plans for Gracie's birthday party fall apart when Montana offers to give the girls makeovers and Chuck insists on buying Gracie's cake.
The news team prepares for Gracie's school fieldtrip to WURG, and Kelly informs Chuck that Gracie has been having problems with a class bully.
A wrench is thrown into Chuck's plans for a weekend night out, while Kelly tries to prove to Chuck she's not as stodgy as he thinks.
Chuck and Kelly plot against one another to take the night's lead story.
Kelly has reservations when Chuck joins her and Gracie for dinner
Things get fishy at WURG as chuck receives a goldfish as a gift and attempts to prove to Kelly that he has what it takes to keep it afloat
Egotistical news anchor Chuck Darling is reunited with his former, and still uptight, co-anchor Kelly Carr at Pittsburgh news station WURG
In the '90s, the local TV news scene in Pittsburgh was dominated by anchors Chuck Darling and Kelly Carr. Off-screen, Chuck was a bit of a womanizer; Kelly, a bit uptight. As years went on, Chuck was promoted from city to city, but when an embarrassing newscast tirade ends up on the Internet, Chuck finds himself looking for work. When he gets the call to again co-anchor with Kelly, it's an offer he can't refuse.
Egotistical TV anchorman Chuck Darling returns to his former Pittsburgh station after a fall from grace, reuniting with former co-anchor Kelly Carr.
Fred Willard talks about his character Marsh McGinley and quick sports reports.
Kelly does not like having to share a human being.
Ty Burrell discusses how people struggle with his character's name, Gary Crezyzewski.
Chuck's favorite color is clearly chocolate brown.
Kelsey and Patricia discuss their characters' egos.
Laura Marano discusses her character, Gracie Carr.
Hey, where's his Dad's ratty old recliner?
Kelsey Grammer talks about the difference between Chuck Darling, his character on "Back to You," and his character on "Frasier."
Patricia Heaton and Kelsey Grammer talk about each other.
Kelsey discusses Chuck becoming a man at age 50.
Fred Willard shares his insights into his character Marsh McGinley's past.
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