List of Still Standing episodes

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The following is a list of episodes for the television show Still Standing:

Series overview[edit]

Season Episodes Originally aired
First aired Last aired
1 22 September 30, 2002 (2002-09-30) May 12, 2003 (2003-05-12)
2 23 September 22, 2003 (2003-09-22) May 24, 2004 (2004-05-24)
3 23 September 20, 2004 (2004-09-20) May 23, 2005 (2005-05-23)
4 20 September 21, 2005 (2005-09-21) March 8, 2006 (2006-03-08)

Episodes[edit]

Season 1: 2002–2003[edit]

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1 1 "Pilot" Andrew D. Weyman Diane Burroughs & Joey Gutierrez September 30, 2002 (2002-09-30) 1AGK79
Linda comes over with her new psychologist boyfriend, who teaches them an exercise that will prove honesty is the best policy in a relationship. When Judy and Bill decide to put his philosophy to the test, they realize that maybe some things should be left unsaid. Meanwhile, Bill tries to help Brian with his girl problems by telling him they prefer boys who seem dangerous, which leads Brian to think that smoking might get a certain girl's attention.
2 2 "Still Reading" Andrew D. Weyman TBA October 7, 2002 (2002-10-07) 1AGK01
In an effort to stimulate her brain, Judy begins to host a book club. Bill makes fun until he picks up the book the club reads one week. Soon, he is offering his own enlightened input into the group, and Judy begins to question her role as the "smart one."
3 3 "Still in School" Andrew D. Weyman Joey Gutierrez & Diane Burroughs October 14, 2002 (2002-10-14) 1AGK02
Bill and Judy attend their 20th high school reunion, and soon they begin acting like teenagers again. Bill meets his old hot dog eating competitor and challenges him to see who can eat more pancakes at the reunion breakfast, while Judy is shocked to see that the most popular girl at school has become a successful architect and has a "perfect life." Meanwhile, Linda scores a date with an ex-boyfriend.
4 4 "Still Rocking" Andrew D. Weyman Ed Yeager October 21, 2002 (2002-10-21) 1AGK04
As her 13th birthday approaches, Bill tries to help Lauren get the attention of a boy she likes, but only ends up humiliating her. Judy fixes things by arranging an outing to a blink-182 concert, where Lauren is subjected to all new, bigger humiliations. This was Vanessa Hudgens's television debut.
5 "Still Volunteering" 28 October 2002 (2002-10-28) 1AGK03
Bill and Judy fall asleep at Tina's recital, shaming them into volunteering at her school, but their good intentions quickly go awry.
6 "Still Cheering" 4 November 2002 (2002-11-04) 1AGK06
Brian joins the school football team, but quits because the other kids are picking on him. He decides to do cheerleading instead, but Bill is unsure about Brian's decision. Judy tells Bill that they need to try to support him, whatever he does. In the end, Bill is pleased to learn that Brian became a cheerleader to get closer to the other girls.
7 "Still Cheating" 11 November 2002 (2002-11-11) 1AGK05
Linda's new boyfriend is decidedly cool, and he and Bill become fast friends. When Linda breaks up with him, Bill is forced to lie to keep their friendship alive until he didn't go the hockey game with another guy. Meanwhile, Judy finds herself lying to avoid doing lame activities with Linda.
8 "Still Family" 18 November 2002 (2002-11-18) 1AGK07
Irked that Linda seems to be more involved with her boyfriend's family than her own, Judy resolves to have a weekly family night, and is met with heavy resistance. The Millers went bowling. Bill is rushing between tryouts and his family. Judy finds the Millers bowling against another family and loose again.
9 9 "Still Thankful" Andrew D. Weyman Ben Wexler November 25, 2002 (2002-11-25) 1AGK08
Judy's steadily bickering parents visit for Thanksgiving, and things only get worse when the couple announce they're extending their already unwelcome stay by a week. Linda tackles cooking the traditional turkey dinner in hopes of winning some praise, while Bill regrets teaching Judy's father his technique for dealing with marital spats.
10 "Still Scalping" 9 December 2002 (2002-12-09) 1AGK10
Judy takes Bill's advice to feign a shared interest with her boss to get a promotion. What she receives, though, are opera tickets that she and Bill quickly regret selling to get Blackhawks tickets. Meanwhile, Linda happily volunteers to chaperone Lauren's sleepover. It turns not so well when the police office busts Linda for prank phone calls but the girls called the cops.
11 11 "Still Spending" Andrew D. Weyman TBA December 16, 2002 (2002-12-16) 1AGK09
Bill lends money to a deadbeat co-worker for a TV, just as Judy needs some quick cash to get a new hot water heater. It turns out that Bill made a loan to a guy who never pay people back and the Millers are behind their bills.
12 12 "Still Bullying" Andrew D. Weyman Jayne Hamil & Carla Filisha January 6, 2003 (2003-01-06) 1AGK11
Lauren is prohibited from attending her first school dance as a punishment for bullying, which Judy recalled a falling victim to as a teen, but Bill let it slip that Judy was actually the aggressor.
13 13 "Still Good Cop" Andrew D. Weyman Ben Wexler January 27, 2003 (2003-01-27) 1AGK12
Tired of always being the parent who lays down rules and metes out punishment, Judy makes Bill take over the 'bad cop' role. When Bill tires of this, he reverts to being a 'good cop,' but with Judy refusing to become 'bad cop' again, the children quickly take advantage.
14 "Still Scoring" 3 February 2003 (2003-02-03) 1AGK13
Linda's athletic boyfriend makes Bill want to prove he can still be active, so he joins an inline hockey league. Meanwhile, Judy tries to keep up with Bill by taking a spinning class. The two suffer, but try to tough it out and hide their pain from the other.
15 15 "Still Romancing" Andrew D. Weyman Regina Stewart February 10, 2003 (2003-02-10) 1AGK14
After a failed Valentine's Day, Bill and Judy pick a day to make surprise romantic gestures to one another, but each has their plan go horribly awry. Bill writes Judy a dirty note that finds its way into Brian's lunch, while Judy wears a trench coat to work with nothing underneath it-and has to be taken to security and examined. Meanwhile, Brian looks to his parents for advice with a girl he likes. Brian accidentally got the note that his dad wrote but Brian got sent into the principal's office.
16 "Still Hairdressing" 17 February 2003 (2003-02-17) 1AGK18
Bill must repair the damage when his tactless comments get Judy blacklisted from her hair dresser. However, he runs afoul again when he starts making appointments to see the hairdresser himself.
17 "Still Excelling" 10 March 2003 (2003-03-10) 1AGK15
Bill and Judy decide to help Lauren with her science project to show her that they care about what she's doing. They end up making the science project for her, but regret their decision when the teacher moves her to the honors class, only increasing the workload.
18 "Still Sisters" 31 March 2003 (2003-03-31) 1AGK16
After Linda meets a nice man and goes out with him hours after being dumped by another guy, Judy advises her not to go so fast. Linda and Judy have a fight, where Judy is blamed to always be nosing on her sister's life. Judy then decides to let her sister live her own life, and as a result she starts over controlling her children's lives with all the extra time she has in her hands. When they can't take it anymore, Bill decides to get the two back together and establish peace in the family.
19 19 "Still Changing" Andrew D. Weyman Richard Gurman April 14, 2003 (2003-04-14) 1AGK19
When Bill's friend Weezer comes, Bill and Judy try to prove that their marriage has not been changed since they got married. So Judy decides to out with her old friend Sandy and Linda (nicknamed Pimples).
20 20 "Still Petting" TBA TBA April 28, 2003 (2003-04-28) 1AGK17
When Judy agrees to house her divorcing boss' prized dog, Bill's lazy habits turn it into a slothful shell of the dog it once was.
21 21 "Still Mom" TBA TBA May 5, 2003 (2003-05-05) 1AGK20
When Bill's mother visits, Judy's advice on dealing with her constant barrage of guilt trips backfires when she runs away. First appearance Sally Struthers.
22 22 "Still Partying" TBA TBA May 12, 2003 (2003-05-12) 1AGK21
With Brian upset over not getting an invitation to a cheerleader's party, but Lauren getting one, his story of woe prompts Bill to relate a tale from his own youth when he crashed a party and pretended to drink a lot of beer. Later, Bill and Judy cut short their fun at an AC/DC concert to make sure that Lauren hasn't disobeyed them by sneaking off to the bash until she is caught sneaking kids out of the basement from other parties.

Season 2: 2003–2004[edit]

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23 1 "Still Negotiating" Gerry Cohen Diane Burroughs & Joey Gutierrez September 22, 2003 (2003-09-22) 2AGK01
After Judy and Bill order Lauren to drop basic math and take a more difficult algebra class, her bad attitude about schoolwork multiplies and the conflict between Lauren and her parents increases exponentially. Judy and Bill then try to solve the problem using the art of negotiation.
24 2 "Still Driving" Gerry Cohen Ben Wexler September 29, 2003 (2003-09-29) 2AGK02
Bill finds out that Brian has been taking driver's ed and excitedly decides to teach him how to drive before his 16th birthday, but Brian would prefer his more laid back mother give the lessons instead.
25 3 "Still the Bad Parents" TBA TBA October 6, 2003 (2003-10-06) 2AGK04
When Judy finally has a good idea at a PTA meeting, the attention she receives from the group's president, Elise Larkin, encourages her and Bill to become more responsible parents. After being invited to the Larkin's for a backyard barbecue, they go a step too far by voicing their concerns that the Larkin's son, Dorian, may be having sex – only to learn that they may need to be more concerned about the activities of their own son.
26 4 "Still Our Kids" Gerry Cohen Tom Martin October 13, 2003 (2003-10-13) 2AGK03
When Brian and Lauren get jobs and bond with their bosses, it provokes jealousy among Bill and Judy, who feel overlooked when they realize their children are doing all sorts of things with their bosses that they normally wouldn't do--or ever did--with them. Bill and Judy are shocked that the Logans gave Lauren a cell phone and a ski trip in Aspen in which she is not going because of an au pair, while Brian receives tickets for a White Sox game, which greatly upsets his Cubs-supporting parents.
27 5 "Still Got It" John Tracy Ed Yeager October 20, 2003 (2003-10-20) 2AGK05
When Lauren feels miserable because she didn't get a part in school dance show, Bill and Judy go down to the school to try working things out. When Bill meets an old classmate, now the drama teacher, Lauren gets a part in the play, and Bill thinks it's because the teacher still has a crush on him.
28 6 "Still Shoplifting" John Tracy Richard Gurman October 27, 2003 (2003-10-27) 2AGK06
Judy's fear that Lauren is hanging out with the wrong crowd is confirmed when Lauren gets caught shoplifting. Although Judy doesn't believe Lauren's claim of innocence, Bill convinces her to give their daughter the benefit of the doubt. When it seems that Lauren has stolen again, Bill and Judy's parenting abilities are pushed to the limit until they realize Lauren was simply returning her own birthday present. Meanwhile Linda is using Tina for a psychologist class.
29 7 "Still Our Little Boy" Gerry Cohen Tim Doyle November 3, 2003 (2003-11-03) 2AGK07
Brian's overuse of cologne is revealed to be due to skipping showers after gym. When Bill confronts him, he finds out Brian is self-conscious about his manhood, but not exactly in the way Bill thinks.
30 8 "Still Interfering" Gerry Cohen Austin Winsberg & Adam F. Goldberg November 10, 2003 (2003-11-10) 2AGK08
Eager to relive their glory days, chaperones Bill and Judy are excited about a teen dance with an '80s theme. The same can't be said of Brian, who's dateless after following his mom's relationship advice. When Brian did stand up for himself Bonnie dumps him so Judy decided to make it right but that backfires when Chad and Bonnie go to the dance together. Meanwhile, Bill gives a few pointers on the birds and bees to a football player, who then makes a move on Lauren. At the end of the episode Judy accidentally kills Tina's new gerbil with a vacuum cleaner.
31 "Still Dreaming" 17 November 2003 (2003-11-17) 2AGK10
Bill gets Lauren to profile Linda for a school report on role models, which leads to Lauren helping Linda fulfill her dream of designing and selling fashion for goose lawn ornaments. Meanwhile, Judy becomes jealous of the time that they're spending together and spitefully dismisses their business venture.
32 10 "Still Believing" John Tracy Regina Stewart November 24, 2003 (2003-11-24) 2AGK11
Lauren has been sneaking out of the house early on Sunday mornings, and Bill and Judy are suspicious. They find out that she is going to church every week with her boyfriend and his parents, who are very religious. When the Halversons invite the whole family over, the Millers discover that the Halversons' brand of "fun" includes a lengthy sing-along and a murder mystery dinner game. After receiving an invitation to a performance of "Godspell" featuring the family, Bill and Judy sneak of to Ozfest instead, only to feel guilty when they notice a figurine of Jesus Christ in their kitchen. After speaking to a man they think is a priest, Bill and Judy decide to make amends with the Halversons.
33 11 "Still Christmas" Gerry Cohen Jayne Hamil & Carla Filisha December 15, 2003 (2003-12-15) 2AGK09
Judy is excited to host Christmas in the Miller house for the first time, but her plans are scrapped when Bill's mom insists on having Christmas dinner for the entire family in her tiny apartment. So Bill buys her portable keyboard to have Christmas at his place so that doesn't work Louise bought a piano and offers lessons every Saturday. When Bill turns down the piano it ends up at his mom's house. Louise accedently drops the crown roast and brought the ham and puts it on the piano. Meanwhile, Linda's good deed for Christmas – making over her helpless co-worker – goes better than planned.
34 12 "Still Responsible" John Tracy Ben Wexler January 5, 2004 (2004-01-05) 2AGK12
To give Bill and Judy a much-needed break, Judy's parents come to take the kids for the weekend, but decide to stay when they realize Judy is sick. Having forgotten the joy of being taken care of, Judy conveniently extends her illness a little longer but gets into trouble when her parents find out she is faking.
35 13 "Still Narcing" Henry Chan Austin Winsberg February 2, 2004 (2004-02-02) 2AGK13
To Bill's delight, Brian enters the world of popularity when he becomes the basketball team's statistician, but his feelings quickly fade when he discovers the players are making Brian their "errand boy." He tries to help by planning a prank-but when it backfires, Judy ends up coming to the rescue.
36 14 "Still Bill's Dad" Jeff Meyer Adam Waring February 9, 2004 (2004-02-09) 2AGK14
While visiting from Florida, Bill's macho father decides he wants to spend some quality time with his son so he makes plans to re-create a past bowhunting trip he took Bill on as a child to toughen the boy up. Brian sharpens his math skills as he prepares to compete in the Math Olympics.
37 "Still Flirting" 16 February 2004 (2004-02-16) 2AGK15
Judy discovers that "boys' night out" consists of flirting with a waitress at the local restaurant. Bill accuses Judy of being jealous – until he learns of her flirtation with the mailman.
38 "Still Groping" 23 February 2004 (2004-02-23) 2AGK16
When Louise announces she has a boyfriend, Bill is ecstatic that she has someone new to occupy her time. The Millers arrange to have dinner with him, during which they start to put aside their worries about him – until he squeezes Judy's rear end. Bill is torn between telling his mother the truth and being free of her meddling ways.
39 17 "Still Parading" Jeff Meyer Adam Waring March 1, 2004 (2004-03-01) 2AGK18
Jealous of his friend's relationship with his athletic son (especially after discovering that he is perfectly fine with his son being gay), Bill tries to bond with Brian by helping him build a St. Patrick's Day parade float, only to modify and destroy it. Meanwhile, Lauren dreads the humiliation she's going to suffer when the uncoordinated Judy performs her Irish River Dance at the parade. Both kids end up getting a surprise: Bill dresses as a leprechaun to replace the figures he destroyed, and Judy finds that she becomes a great dancer after drinking Tina's cough medicine.
40 18 "Still Stressing" Leonard R. Garner Jr. Michael Bornhorst March 22, 2004 (2004-03-22) 2AGK17
In order to pay for a tutor to help him study for the PSAT, a stressed-out Brian takes a job with Bill and runs circles around Bill and his slothful co-workers. Soon, though, Bill and his buddies have Brian slacking off, and Judy steps in, forcing Bill to take a test for a promotion to show the value of hard work. Meanwhile, Linda uses Lauren to nab a divorcee with a son.
41 19 "Still the Man" Henry Chan Ari Eisner & Richard Gurman
Story by: Ari Eisner
April 19, 2004 (2004-04-19) 2AGK19
When Tina comes running to Judy to do the "manly job" of killing a spider, Bill realizes that he does not wear the pants in the Miller household, but in fact, Judy does since she does all the jobs he should stereo-typically do. With that in mind, Bill decides to prove that he is indeed the manlier Miller by repairing Tina's broken dollhouse all by himself. But the plan backfires when, after a game of basketball with Lauren, Bill throws the ball to Judy and she falls backwards on Tina's fixed doll house. Meanwhile, Lauren gets conflicting advice about dealing with her new boyfriend from Bill, Judy and Linda.
42 20 "Still Hangin' Out" Leonard R. Garner Jr. Regina Stewart May 3, 2004 (2004-05-03) 2AGK20
When Lauren and her friends start hanging out in the Halversons' cool "teen scene" basement, Judy becomes jealous and starts a competition by creating a cooler teen hang-out in the Millers' garage.
43 21 "Still in Cahoots" Mark Cendrowski Ed Yeager May 10, 2004 (2004-05-10) 2AGK21
Bill and Judy grow suspicious when Brian and Lauren start secretly making plans and covering up for each other. In order to get to the bottom of things, Bill and Judy start snooping and uncover fake IDs, a box of cash and a receipt from a tattoo parlor. It turns out that Brian gambles outline with an insert message and accepts an award for journalism.
44 22 "Still Champions" Mark Cendrowski Ben Wexler May 17, 2004 (2004-05-17) 2AGK22
When Tina is invited to a birthday party for the daughter of former Chicago Bear Willie Gault, she refuses to go, but Judy and Bill attend anyway to meet their childhood hero. But when Bill accidentally walks out with Gault's Super Bowl ring, the Millers get a chance to live the high life when merchants think Bill is a former Super Bowl winner. When Bill and Judy found out that a diamond is missing they go and replace it but it turns out that the stone fell out years ago.
45 23 "Still Seceding" John Tracy John Tracy & Ben Wexler May 24, 2004 (2004-05-24) 2AGK23
When Brian is grounded for breaking curfew, he decides to move into the garage so he can live by his own rules. Meanwhile, the family grows weary of Lauren's night-time snoring that's keeping them up, and Linda decides to help an uninterested Tina earn Bluebell Girl badges in an attempt to relive her youth. This episode features Renee Olstead's singing skills.

Season 3: 2004–2005[edit]

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46 1 "Still Scamming" Gerry Cohen Ed Yeager September 20, 2004 (2004-09-20) 3AGK01
As Bill and Judy repeatedly embarrass Brian when he tries to visit colleges, Lauren becomes exceptionally moody. Linda, eager to prove herself as able to understand teen psychology, insists that Lauren is suffering from depression. Upon learning this, Lauren and Brian conspire to take advantage of the situation: Bill and Judy lavish attention (and money) on Lauren, which allows Brian to visit colleges on his own terms. But when Tina reveals the truth of the situation, Bill and Judy devise a campaign of revenge.
47 2 "Still Neighbors" Gerry Cohen Richard Gurman September 27, 2004 (2004-09-27) 3AGK02
When a lesbian couple moves in next door, Bill and Judy are shameless in their quest to get approval to build the deck of their dreams. But when they fail to make nice with the couple, they decide to use Lauren to score points and convince her to go out with the neighbors' nerdy son, Chris.
48 3 "Still Looking for Love" John Tracy Diane Burroughs & Joey Gutierrez October 4, 2004 (2004-10-04) 3AGK04
When Aunt Linda dons a cat costume for Halloween, and dresses her cat, Nathaniel Pawthorne, as a mouse, Nathaniel sees himself in a full length mirror, charges full speed at his reflection, and kills himself. Judy suggests that the heartbroken Linda channel her sadness into finding a boyfriend, which she successfully does with a man named Perry. But things take a turn for the strange when Bill and Judy notice that Linda is treating Perry more like a feline than a beau. Meanwhile, Bill and Judy can't help but make fun of the strange circumstances of Nathaniel Pawthorne's death.
49 4 "Still Winning" John Tracy Adam F. Goldberg October 11, 2004 (2004-10-11) 3AGK03
Bill mocks Brian's interest in a fantasy collectable card game until he learns the collection's value, and that Brian's a top player. Meanwhile, Judy starts doing things with Fitz when Linda's wedding preparations make her unavailable.
50 "Still Auctioning" 18 October 2004 (2004-10-18) 3AGK05
When the Halversons belittle Bill and Judy's ability to contribute to the school's silent auction, the Millers retaliate by coming up with the hit item. Impressed with the Millers' generosity, the Halversons offer to help Bill and Judy run the event that they donated. But when the Halversons back out on them, Bill and Judy decide that revenge is in order.
51 "Still Cooking" 25 October 2004 (2004-10-25) 3AGK06
Bill shows Fitz that he has picked up some cooking skills from late-night TV shows. Judy discovers Bill's talents in the kitchen and recruits him to start making dinner; though initially reluctant, Bill eventually warms to the job, and cooks delicious meals for the family. At first, Judy is thrilled to have some time off from housework, but when she can't stop imagining Bill fussing over food when the two try to be intimate, trouble arises.
52 "Still Going First" 8 November 2004 (2004-11-08) 3AGK07
When Bill gets a clean bill of health and Judy is advised that her cholesterol is through the roof, Judy writes a beautiful letter to Bill conveying things he should know when she passes on. She begs him to do the same, but Bill finds that he needs someone else to inspire him. Meanwhile, Linda borrows Tina in an effort to help her fiancé, Perry, become more comfortable with children.
53 "Still Cruising" 15 November 2004 (2004-11-15) 3AGK08
After Judy expresses a desire to have a better relationship with Bill's mother, Louise dupes her into accepting a cruise invitation and invites Judy. Judy calls a Louise a bloodsucker in front of her friends. Meanwhile, Brian and Lauren compete to be the entertainment at Tina's birthday party.
54 "Still Shallow" 22 November 2004 (2004-11-22) 3AGK09
Brian has a new girlfriend, but he also has a crush on her hot friend. Bill and Judy both have their own thoughts on how Brian should handle his love triangle. Judy wants her son to do the right thing, while Bill, speaking from experience called pulling a Murphy, advises Brian to stay with his plain girlfriend in order to appear sensitive and score the hottie. So Brian listens to Bill's advice and when Brenda found out she breaks up with Brian. Meanwhile, Tina retaliates against Linda for scaring her.
55 10 "Still Lying" Mark Cendrowski Jayne Hamil November 29, 2004 (2004-11-29) 3AGK10
Asked to record Tina's ballet recital, Bill can't take the camera off her sexy teacher. Each caught by their wives with the tape, Bill and Fitz blame each other, but when their wives reconcile from a past grievance, their web of lies threatens to unravel. Meanwhile, Brian starts spending a lot of time with his aunt, Linda.
56 11 "Still Fast" Asaad Kelada Ed Yeager December 13, 2004 (2004-12-13) 3AGK11
Bill is irate when he catches Lauren's boyfriend sneaking out of the house after midnight. Following the incident, Bill decides to bond with Chris in order to gain his respect and ensure that the young man is less likely to disrespect his daughter. When Chris reveals to Bill that Lauren is the one who wants things to move faster, the Millers make a valiant attempt to put their parenting skills to work.
57 12 "Still Bonding" Joel Murray Ellen Byron & Lissa Kapstrom January 3, 2005 (2005-01-03) 3AGK13
On a father-daughter outing to the mall, Bill and Lauren agree to lie to Judy about spending quality time together, and then split up to do their own things--until Bill catches Lauren at a sleazy club called the Tom-Tom Room. Meanwhile, Judy's decision to try on Linda's wedding dress turns out to be a very bad when Judy accidentally sits on a bowl of pudding and has to take the dress to be dry cleaned.
58 13 "Still Advising" John Tracy Ben Wexler January 17, 2005 (2005-01-17) 3AGK14
Bill convinces Linda to take his advice instead of Judy's when he tells her to let her fiance pursue his dream of making a music video even though he hasn't written the song yet. Perry postpones the wedding so he can become a rock star. Meanwhile, Brian agrees to let Lauren give him a makeover in order to impress a girl, in which Lauren sneezes and accidentally shaves half of one of his eyebrows. Bill listens Perry's song for the wedding and is forced to admit that it's awful.
59 14 "Still Drinking" Jeff McCracken Adam F. Goldberg January 31, 2005 (2005-01-31) 3AGK12
After Bill and Judy catch Brian, Lauren and their friends drinking in the basement, they decide to set an example and abstain from drinking for an entire month. Unfortunately, Bill and Judy's infamously wild Super Bowl party takes place during that time. Brian and Lauren are impressed that their parents have gone alcohol-free for a solid three weeks. However, when Super Bowl Sunday dawns, the "holiday" may be too much for Bill and Judy to handle sober.
60 15 "Still Single" Gerry Cohen Richard Gurman February 7, 2005 (2005-02-07) 3AGK16
When Fitz's wife walks out on him, Bill and Judy come to the rescue by joining him in his cousin's bachelor pad and helping him pick up women at a bar by pretending that they're all single. Meanwhile, Linda's overwhelmed taking care of the kids as Bill and Judy's outings become nightly events. When Fitz and his wife reconcile, Bill and Judy, enjoying their freedom, still pretend to be single for their new friend Denise, but the plan backfire when Linda comes with the kids.
61 16 "Still Not the One" Gerry Cohen Regina Stewart February 14, 2005 (2005-02-14) 3AGK15
Bill and Judy are so ecstatic to hear that Bill's mother, Louise, is going to marry her boyfriend that Judy agrees to be her maid of honor. However, the nuptials are put in jeopardy when Louise's ex-husband, Al, wants to stop the wedding and win Louise back. Meanwhile, Linda is disheartened when Perry continues to postpone their wedding due to his music career.
62 17 "Still Helping Out" Gerry Cohen Carla Filisha February 21, 2005 (2005-02-21) 3AGK17
Brian helps a woman in need as part of his outreach project and Bill willingly lends a hand when he discovers that 'old' Mrs. Grundy is a hottie. When Judy catches Brian and Bill staring at the beautiful Mrs. Grundy, Judy demands that Bill have a serious talk with Brian about not leering at women. Meanwhile, Linda contemplates Perry's request to spice up their sex life outside of the bedroom.
63 18 "Still Admiring" Mark Cendrowski Adam F. Goldberg March 7, 2005 (2005-03-07) 3AGK20
Brian is excited and filled with confidence when he receives instant messages from Lauren's hot tutor, Sarah, a smart college student. Bill encourages Brian to pursue her and ask her to the upcoming high school dance but it backfires when Lauren and her friend send secret e-mails. However, just as Brian is about to make his move, his family once again manages to suck the joy out of the moment. Meanwhile Tina is practicing the baton.
64 19 "Still the Boss" Mark Cendrowski Ben Wexler March 21, 2005 (2005-03-21) 3AGK21
The guys down at the toilet department get a new boss (Ben Savage) --a young, brash, Harvard graduate--who develops a friendship with Brian. Bill shamelessly benefits from the situation until Judy steps in and leaves no question that she's still the boss. Meanwhile, Tina and her mysterious new friend frustrate Lauren.
65 20 "Still Holding" Mark Cendrowski Adam F. Goldberg April 18, 2005 (2005-04-18) 3AGK22
When Bill and Judy discover that their pediatrician has the teddy bear that they used to hide their marijuana stash in, they scheme to get it back. Meanwhile, Brian helps Linda sell her car, but she's overly picky about who's worthy to be its new owner.
66 21 "Still Mother's Day" Gary Shimokawa Adam Waring May 2, 2005 (2005-05-02) 3AGK18
Judy tries to stand her ground when Bill's mother tries to horn in on a Michaels' family Mother's Day tradition, while Lauren resists taking any part of it. In her frustration, Judy repeatedly hurts Louise by accident, which culminates in her knocking the older woman down a flight of stairs. When the family visits Louise in the hospital, Lauren points out that Judy is manipulating her to participate in family traditions just like Louise does, which prompts some soul-searching.
67 22 "Still Getting Married" Mark Cendrowski Regina Stewart May 23, 2005 (2005-05-23) 3AGK19
Bill and Judy are initially happy that Linda and Perry are finally tying the knot, but when Roach, the eccentric minister and best man, shows up and the other wedding details are unveiled, Judy thinks her sister may be making a big mistake when she finds out that Roach is dragging her to Reno.
68 23 "Still Exchanging" Gerry Cohen Terry Mulroy May 23, 2005 (2005-05-23) 3AGK24
Bill gets jealous when Brian becomes excited about his upcoming trip to Italy for a summer exchange program. In an effort to create a bonding moment with his son before he departs, Bill plans a last minute camping trip. But when Brian arrives late to leave on the excursion, the two have a falling out.

Season 4: 2005–2006[edit]

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69 1 "Still Losin' It" Gerry Cohen Ben Wexler September 21, 2005 (2005-09-21) 4AGK01
Brian has returned from his summer abroad and he should be excited about starting his senior year of high school, but he left his heart in Italy and can't stop thinking about the girl he met because he had sex with her. Bill takes Brian to the cigar shop and when Brian ran out because of his asthma Bill heard Monica is a sex scam artist. Meanwhile, Linda's so desperate to keep Perry from a long-term gig on the road that she resorts to injuring him to keep him in town.
70 2 "Still Using" Gerry Cohen Richard Gurman September 28, 2005 (2005-09-28) 4AGK04
When Lauren starts taking advantage of neighbor Chris’ affections, Judy steps in to let him know that he is being used. Chris then directs his crush to Judy who takes advantage of him to get work done around the house but he was using her.
71 3 "Still Selling Out" Gerry Cohen Ed Yeager October 5, 2005 (2005-10-05) 4AGK02
When an heir to a beer company moves into the neighborhood, Bill has found a new best friend, but when Judy gets fed up she makes Bill choose between them. Meanwhile, Tina confounds Lauren by copying her outfits every day.
72 4 "Still Beauty & the Geek" Gerry Cohen Ellen Byron & Lissa Kapstrom October 12, 2005 (2005-10-12) 4AGK05
When Judy and Linda go to traffic school together, their roles are reversed, with Linda suddenly the popular one and Judy seen as a boring doctor. Meanwhile, after picking Lauren up from a college party she sneaked out to, Brian forces her to be his slave and got caught and Bill makes them their slave. Brian and Lauren found their mom's old karaoke machine and try to get their dad to confess that he lied and the machine got stolen.
73 5 "Still Irresponsible" Gerry Cohen Adam F. Goldberg October 19, 2005 (2005-10-19) 4AGK03
After scolding Bill and Kyle for their childish behavior, Judy is forced to swallow her pride and ask Kyle for help when she makes an irresponsible mistake until she forgot to mail Brian's Trifton College application. He founds out and decides another college. Kyle invites Bill, Brian, and Fitz over to his place.
74 "Still Aging" 2 November 2005 (2005-11-02) 3AGK23
When Judy tells Bill to take her mother to the eye doctor, her mother convinces Bill to take a gamble and disobey that order and go to a casino instead. When Judy finds out, Bill asks Judy if her insistence about the appointment is the result of her own fear of getting old, as her 40th birthday is just days away. Meanwhile, the kids are at a loss as to what to get their mom for her birthday.
75 7 "Still Bill Vol. 1" Gerry Cohen Ben Wexler November 9, 2005 (2005-11-09) 4AGK06
Bill's dad has a new fiancée, Joy, with a nine-year-old son, and it's the youngster who starts receiving all of Bill's dad's attention. Meanwhile, Joy irks Judy and Linda with her hyper-optimistic personality.
76 8 "Still the Fun One" Lynn McCracken Chris Bishop & Terry Mulroy November 23, 2005 (2005-11-23) 4AGK08
When Bill and Judy finally meet a couple they both really enjoy, they start competing against one other to see which of them the couple likes best. When Bill and Judy wonder why Bob and Nancy not calling Bill and Judy find at Fitz and Marian's at Bob and Nancy place. Meanwhile, Brian makes an interesting discovery when he mixes up his cell phone with Linda's. Brian saw a video of Linda doing a cheer for Perry and a suspicions mole on Linda's butt but it turns out to be a tattoo but Linda said she backed out when the tattoo artist stuck the needle on her.
77 9 "Still Avoiding Christmas" Ken Whittingham Ellen Byron & Lissa Kapstrom December 14, 2005 (2005-12-14) 4AGK12
Brian and Lauren scheme to avoid Christmas chores and family togetherness, but when their plan works, they're not as happy as they thought they'd be because they miss Christmas with their family. Lauren pretends to be a waitress at a restaurant. Meanwhile Linda and Judy find Bill at a jewelry store little did they know that Bill is buying himself a pinkie ring.
78 10 "Still a Team" Gerry Cohen Adam Waring January 11, 2006 (2006-01-11) 4AGK09
Bill and Judy search for a pair of tickets to a Rolling Stones concert, but getting them proves to be more difficult than they'd hoped. Judy struggle to find the tickets but she and Bill pretend to have tickets. Brian did the laundry but didn't know he ruin the Rolling Stones tickets but Judy found Brian's signed concert tickets to look like their Rolling Stones tickets. Meanwhile, they have to put up with Marion expounding on how wonderful her and Fitz's marriage is because they're a team.
79 "Still Sweet" 18 January 2006 (2006-01-18) 4AGK07
After Louise's husband kicks in money towards a Sweet Sixteen party for grand-daughter Lauren, she feels this means she gets to run the show. Meanwhile, Brian struggles to get money for a college application.
80 "Still Decorating" 25 January 2006 (2006-01-25) 4AGK10
Since Perry won't come home to help redecorate, Linda helps Kyle redecorate his place, and some of her choices irk Bill and Judy. Meanwhile, Linda's marriage becomes the subject of Brian and Lauren's wager.
81 "Still Flunking" 1 February 2006 (2006-02-01) 4AGK11
With Brian facing a failing grade if he can't climb a wall, Bill's attempt to fix the situation ends up hurting rather than helping. Meanwhile, with Johnny in Japan, Louise decides the family should learn crafty skills, such as needlepoint.
82 "Still Out of the Loop" 15 February 2006 (2006-02-15) 4AGK14
Bill tries to become more involved in Lauren's life, but his constant digging into her life only serves to drive her further away.
83 "Still Eighteen" 22 February 2006 (2006-02-22) 4AGK13
Bill takes Brian out to a gentlemen's club for his 18th birthday, but worries when Brian starts spending all his time there. Meanwhile, Linda regrets giving Lauren a poem for her homework when it may end up winning an award.
84 "Still Saying I Love You" 22 February 2006 (2006-02-22) 4AGK15
Louise winning a car during a taping of The Oprah Winfrey Show puts a rift between her and Judy. Meanwhile, Brian and his meteorology club friends decide how to spend a club surplus.
85 17 "Still Coaching" TBA TBA March 1, 2006 (2006-03-01) 4AGK16
When Judy's excellent coaching may put Tina's basketball team in the playoffs, Bill tries to get them to lose so he can watch his NBA special on TV instead. Bill finally comes to the basketball team and find the Halverson's coaching to other team but the Halverson team is short on players and Bill suggest Tina to join them and Tina says yes. Meanwhile, Linda's hurt when her cat seems to love Lauren more than her. When Bill becomes coach Judy sabotage the game so she can go to Hawaii with Linda. When Bill's team wins Tina quits the team.
86 "Still Bad" 1 March 2006 (2006-03-01) 4AGK17
Invited to a potential new boss' home for dinner, Judy desperately tries to get the family to be on their best behavior, but Brian's conflicting desires for both his new girlfriend and sci-fi memorabilia collection complicate matters. When Bill finds Judy's boss has a sci-fi collection and destroys while trying the costume off Brian and the doctors wife thanks Judy.
87 19 "Still Deceitful" TBA TBA March 8, 2006 (2006-03-08) 4AGK18
When Judy discovers Al has told his fiance that he's a millionaire, Bill confronts him, but it turns out Bill's the one who's been lied to. Meanwhile, Brian seeks a way to help pay for college. Last appearance of Sally Struthers.
88 20 "Still Graduating" TBA TBA March 8, 2006 (2006-03-08) 4AGK19

When Brian graduates high school, he plans to move out and Bill and Judy plan to expand their bedroom into his. However, Brian gets the impression they've split and have become swingers but they're not. But as the episode ends they decide to keep the room the same and show Brian he is always welcome at their home and the drawing behind the dresser stays.

Guest star: Karen Gracey (Passerby), Judith Hoag (Melanie Goldman), William Ragsdale (Dan Goldman)