Conclusion. Judith and Martin's plans for the future may be put on ice after a scientist (Michael Jeter) tells her that he is going to "defrost" her cryogenically frozen ex, Dr. Richard Stone. Bader: Larry Miller. Gibby: Michael McKean.
Judith and Martin's relationship and their entree into "the world of couples" cuts into his time with Eddie (Dorien Wilson), so Martin tries to set him up with an attractive magazine editor (Dawnn Lewis). Makeup Artist: Patricia Childress.
Martin thinks things are getting out of hand after Judith discovers "some little tricks" to improve her sex life. Dr. Esther: Lynne Stewart. Salesman: Marcus Giamatti. Toby: Denny Dillon. Martin: Brian Benben.
Gibby has an ulterior motive for naming Martin president of a new division at Whitestone. Leeza Gibbons has a cameo. Lu: Morwenna Banks. Julian: Lee Wilkof. Maureen: Shirley Prestia. Martin: Brian Benben.
While planning Martin's birthday party, Eddie and Judith flash back to the '70s and recall contentious confrontations they've had. Martin: Brian Benben. Judith's Mother: Tippi Hedren. Judith's Father: William Schallert.
Martin moves into Judith's apartment, where strange occurrences spook him into believing the place is haunted by the vengeful spirit of her ex-husband, Dr. Richard Stone. Dr. Strongwater: Brent Spiner. Ruth: Elaine Kagan.
With their relationship rekindled, Judith suggests that she and Martin join a support group for couples on their second time around. Stoo: Joe Flaherty. Hilaury: Mimi Kennedy. Edie: Nancy Dussault. Craig: Tom LaGrua.
While on a visit to upstate New York to inspect a college for their son, Martin (Brian Benben) and Judith kindle the spark of romance. Jeremy: Chris Demetral. Linda: Rachel True. Rachel: Jane A. Rogers.
Martin's old friend, the annoying Pete (Curtis Armstrong), takes a liking to Toby (Denny Dillon)---whom he considers a "modern-day Mae West." Angie: Doris Roberts. Gina: Valerie Landsburg. Louie: Jon Polito.
At his 40th-birthday party, Eddie gets the surprise of his life---he's adopted. So he sets out to find his birth parents. Dr. Charles: Richard Roundtree. Mrs. Charles: Madge Sinclair. Dr. Perry: Art Evans. Mrs. Evans: Marla Gibbs.
Martin encounters a homeless woman, becomes smitten and tries to coerce her into telling her hard-luck tale for publication. Stacey Travis, Alaina Reed Hall. Gibby: Michael McKean. Toby: Denny Dillon. Judith: Wendie Malick.
Martin needs $40,000 when his apartment goes co-op, so he gets a second job banging out porno-movie scripts---or as he puts it, "writing independent films for primarily mature audiences." Manny: Richard Mazur. Mrs. Bono: Georgina Spelvin. Duke: Joey Travolta.
Toby, feeling she's "stuck in a go-nowhere, do-nothing job," heeds the advice of Martin's client, a self-help guru (Mary Crosby) who gets her to "tap" into her hidden potential. Lu: Morwenna Banks. Angie: Doris Roberts.
"Judith's not good at sharing things---even when she's done with them," says her sister Winnie (Andrea Parker). So Winnie and Martin try to keep their romance a secret from her. Judith's Mother: Tippi Hedren. Kristy: Kerrie Klark. Thelma: Sandra Kinder.
A two-parter concludes with Martin becoming rocker Katrina's song collaborator. But her band is bummed because she's not dating someone more musically talented, "like Neil Young...or even Neil Sedaka." Katrina: Shannon Kenny. Marco: Paul Anthony Stewart. Nils: Michael Marich.
Martin's rock-star heartthrob (Shannon Kenny) is like every woman he's ever dated, except she's "prettier, more talented and much, much richer"---plus she has a dirty little secret. Part 1 features cameos by musicians Warren Zevon and Paul Williams. Alan: Aaron Lustig. Bobby: Bo Sharon.
After Martin chokes on a cork, he passes into the afterlife---where his earthly behavior is graded by a celestial official (David Alan Grier). Tammy: Sarah MacDonnell. Judith: Wendie Malick. Eddie: Dorien Wilson.
Judith and Martin discover that Jeremy (Chris Demetral) is getting more of an education than they bargained for when they learn he's dating his teacher. Judith: Wendie Malick. Martin: Brian Benben. Toby: Denny Dillon. Eddie: Dorien Wilson.
Under pressure to land an A-list client, Martin sets his sights on Toby's beau (Ray Wise), an award-winning author whose latest work is a thinly disguised novel about her family. Gibby: Michael McKean. Louie: Jon Polito. Gina: Valerie Landsburg.
Martin's therapist (Louise Fletcher) intimates that his problems stem from repressed-memory syndrome and that he can only reach closure through some unorthodox role-playing. Libby: June Gable. Stan: Cliff Bemis.