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For a Woman's Day column, Melanie forms a group to compete in a Battle of the Bands contest, an idea embraced by Joy, who, with encouragement from Rick (Wayne Knight), pursues her childhood dream of becoming a rock star.
A visit from Victoria's daughter, Emmy (Jennifer Love Hewitt), prompts Victoria to ask Elka—and her Irish accent—for help in dissuading Emmy from writing a revealing autobiography about her childhood. Meanwhile, Melanie and Joy share a secret admirer.
Melanie's column about casual sex sends the women in search of Mr. Right Now, which results in a proposal for Elka from an old friend (Buck Henry) and a potentially life-threatening encounter for Victoria's former rock-star boyfriend (Huey Lewis).
Elka and Fred (Buck Henry) plan a low-key wedding ceremony with a reverend (Cedric the Entertainer), but the bride-to-be turns into a monster after the women urge her to go all out. Meanwhile, Victoria tries out a new product from Mrs. Ladypants.
Victoria brings Joy, Melanie and Elka along for the ride when she's a guest speaker on a gay cruise, where Melanie has a surprise reunion with her estranged sister (Laura San Giacomo), and Victoria and Joy's lesbian facade could come crashing down when the (more…)
In the Season 2 finale, Melanie, Joy and Victoria wake up to a house in disarray, full of dozing frat boys and a roaming iguana, with no recollection of Elka's bachelorette party the night before. Oh, and the bride-to-be is nowhere to be found.
In the Season 3 premiere, Elka faces a choice of three suitors: her fiancé, Fred (Buck Henry); her ex-boyfriend Max (Carl Reiner); and Bobby (Don Rickles), the husband she thought was dead. Meanwhile, Victoria gets some mileage out of her marriage to Joy (more…)
The ladies host a dinner party to solve their dating dilemmas, which include Roy's mother's hatred of Elka; Victoria's hand-model boyfriend; Melanie's boyfriend's resemblance to Winnie the Pooh; and Joy's beau's indeterminate age.