Jules' 42nd birthday sparks the annual contest to see who can give her the best gift, but Laurie joins forces with Grayson in an attempt to dethrone perpetual winner Ellie. Meanwhile, Bobby tries using a neti pot for the first time.
Jules tells Grayson she loves him, but when he fails to respond in kind she decides to force the issue with a romantic Thanksgiving dinner. Meanwhile, Bobby's upset by a failure to communicate with the rest of the gang; and Ellie and Laurie take issue with (more…)
Jules thinks making Bobby's boat seaworthy again will help his self-esteem; Ellie learns an interesting fact about Grayson's past; Laurie's bond with Travis irks Kirsten; Bobby enlists Andy as his caddie for a golf tournament.
A debate on the cul-de-sac over whether men or women make better friends ends in a draw (in practice, at least): Jules lets Laurie stay with her even though she's an awful guest and Grayson doesn't let Bobby's jealousy stop him from helping out his pal.
When technical difficulties derail the gang's movie-night plans, Jules invents a game to pass the time, though Ellie is miffed that her pal's ideas always get preferential treatment. Meanwhile, Grayson's trash-talking irks Andy; and Bobby's new friend meet (more…)
Jules may have to wait a while for her ultimate Valentine's Day wish: for the stoic Grayson to reveal his true feelings. Meanwhile, Ellie wants nothing to do with the holiday; Andy plans an outing with Bobby; and Travis asks Laurie for advice on what to ge (more…)
Jules and Grayson babysit Stan for Ellie when the women debate the best age to raise a child. Meanwhile, Bobby considers early tee times to prepare for a golf tournament; and Andy helps Laurie jump back into the dating pool.
Bobby gets ready for a professional golf tournament but forgets to take his lucky visor, so Jules sends Travis to save the day. Meanwhile, Jules confronts her fear of public humiliation; and Ellie and Grayson are surprised by Laurie's trivia prowess.
Jules and Bobby's parenting skills are tested when Travis is devastated by a broken heart. Meanwhile, Ellie needs Laurie's advice during a visit from Andy's flirtatious sister-in-law (Nia Vardalos); and Grayson tires of Jules telling him what to do.
Jules decides that Travis' downward spiral in the aftermath of his traumatic breakup has gone on long enough. Meanwhile, Bobby and Laurie get business advice from Andy and Lou Diamond Phillips; and Ellie and Grayson have a run-in with occult kids.
In the third-season premiere, Grayson irks Jules by labeling her predictable; Ellie worries that Little Stan is a spawn of the devil; and Travis settles into his new off-campus housing, though he's not sure he wants his dad's dog as a roommate.
Jules' tunnel-visioned approach to planning her wedding is interrupted when Travis is rushed to the hospital after an accident. Meanwhile, the guys invent a new game after Grayson feels that Jules is shutting him out, but they didn't count on Ellie and Lau (more…)
Bobby falls for Travis' photography professor; Laurie begins a romance with a soldier in Iraq; Jules and Andy clash with a gang of kids on bikes who are rampaging through the cul-de-sac. Series star Courteney Cox directed the episode.
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- Birth Name: William Van Duzer Lawrence IV
- Birth Place: Ridgefield, CT
- Birthday: December 26, 1968, Capricorn
- Profession: Writer, Producer, Director