It's George's first day as a sportscaster for a local television station. Although initial viewer response for him is positive, the powers that be still aren't satisfied, and suggest that he tries to make himself look younger by getting a face lift.
At a Fast Food restaurant, Mr. Belvedere meets an insufferable girl, and realizes that her family needs him just as much as the Owens family does. But soon, the Owens family begin to see less and less of Mr. Belvedere, and eventually, an all-out war between families over who gets to keep him, occurs.
Wendy comes back from college, engaged to a guy she met there. The guy asks Kevin to be his best man. At her bridal shower, a drunken Wendy comes onto Kevin, making him wonder if she really wants to marry the guy.
Marsha returns home one day, and is furious when she finds out that her beloved "Home Sweet Home" pillow is ruined. She quickly accuses of Wesley of his actions, but Wesley denies any of it, and soon, everyone has a different account of what happened. But unbeknown to George and Marsha, Wesley is actually the "fall guy", and soon, evidence begins to emerge of what really happened.
It's Christmas time and everyone of the Owens prefers not to do the usual tradition. And Belvedere is not exactly joyful. So Wesley does a little snooping and thinks it's because he has a lost love. So he brings her over and everyone is shocked to see who she is.
Wesley needs someone to use for his history assignment, so he considers using his father, whose Korean War stories have always wowed him. But then later he finds out he made the whole thing up, which disappoints him. Meanwhile, Mr. Belvedere feels left out over a family portrait.
The TV station tells George to do an editorial. When his first one bombs, Belvedere suggests that he add some controversy. So George decides to suggest that the National Anthem be discontinued at baseball games. The station manager then instructs George to quit but Marsha reminds him that he has a contract with the station. However, the station assigns George every demeaning assignment there is. When his replacement gets ill, the team asks that George fill in. When George appears on TV, he chooses not to apologize but states that he recalls a time when people at the ...
Heather and Angela give Mr. Sparks what he wants; to go to Atlantic City. They bring Wesley along. She calls Belvedere and tells him where they are and he freaks out. Afterwards George and Marsha call to tell him they are going to Atlantic City. Kevin arrives and Belvedere asks Kevin to take him to Atlantic City but his car is broken so they hitch a ride with Robert Goulet. After Heather and her companions check in, they take Mr. Sparks out while Wesley wants to try his gambling system but because he is underage, he stays in the room. And Belvedere and George and ...
Wesley's summer camp experience is marred by a counselor who gains his trust, and then betrays it with the manner in which he attempts to touch him. He is afraid to come forward with the truth until the man decides to take another one of the boys under his wing.