Katie discovers that Tiger (Simon Rex) is the mysterious lothario who's been squiring Glen's daughter Sara on some late-night dates. Meanwhile, Grey turns to Liz (Ana Reeder) for help in preparing for an upscale Bar Mitzvah. Sara: Majandra Delfino. Katie: Park Overall.
Glen hires his irresponsible 16-year-old daughter to work at the station, and his unwillingness to discipline the teen causes Katie to intervene. Meanwhile, Katie faces financial trouble when her husband goes on a spending spree with their joint credit cards. Sara: Majandra Delfino. Grey: Jesse Head. Glen: Jay Thomas.
Katie's ego swells after her show lands a national sponsor and the station begins a promotional campaign for her. Left alone at home, Grey turns to his new friends and falls victim to peer pressure. Meanwhile, Tiger fends off the advances of the boss's teenage daughter (Majandra Delfino). Grey: Jesse Head. Glen: Jay Thomas. Mitchell: Jim Rash. Tiger: Simon Rex.
After Grey gets detention for refusing a burnt sandwich from the cafeteria, Katie embarrasses her son by telling the story to her listeners, which leads to harassment by two of Grey's schoolmates. Meanwhile, Katie absconds with the comfortable leather chair from Mitchell's office. Grey: Jesse Head. Katie: Park Overall. Barnes: Michael Frost. Mr. Geist: Joe O'Conner. Cafeteria Lady: Alison Martin.
Southerner Katie Joplin (Park Overall) pursues her runaway husband to Philadelphia, where she lands a radio advice show after impressing the station's general manager (Jay Thomas) with her ability to probe into his personal life. Grey: Jesse Head. Mitchell: Jim Rash. Tiger: Simon Rex. Liz: Ana Reeder.