Season 2: 'Til Death: Everybody Digs Doug Trailer
With her racist and bigoted mom coming for a visit, Joy anxiously looks to Eddie for support.
After being appointed acting principal, Jeff asserts his newfound authority by freely venting his anger and suspending Eddie.
Kenny's decision to be circumcised to please his new girlfriend leads Joy to realize how little Eddie has ever done for her.
Eddie volunteers to be a Big Brother to a needy boy only to be partnered with a 38-year-old black man.
Eddie and Joy's efforts to be supportive of their friends' recent breakup threaten to backfire.
Eddie's buying a fancy new convertible leads Joy to suspect he is having a mid-life crisis.
Eddie is branded the bad guy after refusing to let Allison and her boyfriend share a room during their visit.
Joy invites a new couple for dinner only to be left out after they become Eddie's new best friends.
The death of a longtime neighbor exposes Eddie and Joy's differences of opinion over their relationships with their other neighbors.
As Eddie and Joy square off over whether unplugging their toaster will save electricity, Jeff plans to throw a surprise birthday party for Steph.
Upset to learn Eddie attended a baseball game without her, Joy decides they should start doing more things separately.
Even though he doesn't agree, Eddie backs up Kenny's claim the cashier at a fancy new movie theater discriminated against him because he's black.
Eddie's summer vacation woes are challenged once Allison and her laid back boyfriend, Doug, arrive at home.
The Starks are relieved when the Woodcocks start spending time with the Cofelds -- until they realize that they miss them.
A stop in the gym locker room that allows him a glimpse of his new neighbor Tommy's generous endowment leaves Eddie wondering if size does matter.
When Jeff is crushed to learn Steph really doesn't like hockey, Eddie urges him to start developing interests separate from his wife's.
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- Premiered: September 7, 2006
- Rating: TV-14
- Premise: Marital blitz, played for laughs by two middle-aged wedded warriors. (more)