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Back with her old boy friend (David Rasch), Sara receives his marriage
proposal with alarm for her career and life style.
Sara anticipates a visit from her mother (K Callan) and puts her defenses
on full alert for inevitable onslaught of subtle maternal criticism.
Sara’s friends are getting a divorce and Marty is handling the wife’s case
Sara and Roz persuade Helen to get her feet wet in the dating pool, but they’re shocked when she dives head first into a relationship with the first man she meets.
Dennis gets the blues when he loses a case and Sara tries to cheer him up.
Sara is unable to say no to dating a nerd
Sara becomes stand-in “father” to Jesse when Stuart’s rock ‘n’ roll band regroups, leaving him little time to spend with his son.
Sara’s co-workers insist on throwing a birthday party for her, even though the guest of honor would rather watch basketball on TV and defrost the freezer.
In her quest to find a date for a dance, Sara finds a man long on charm, but short on. . .well, just short.
The lawyers face the loss of their jobs when corporate headquarters decides to shut down the San Francisco franchise because of its marginal profitability.
Sara fears the worst when she learns that her visiting 16-year-old cousin (Jill Schoelen)-who’s been asking lots of questions about sex-is out on a date with Marty.
Life imitates art when Roz spots the man of her dreams at a performance of “Cinderella,” only to have him disappear in the crowd.
Tensions in the office prompts Mr. Cooper (Richard Venture) to order Sara and her colleagues to attend group therapy. (Final episode)
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