Laverne informs Harry that she's leaving because her husband, a baseball player is being traded. Not wanting to lose her, Harry goes to the owner to make a wager so that Laverne will stay but he loses.
Harry's going away with a female doctor he's been seeing. When he learns they're going to be staying at a hotel, he fears that means he will have to get intimate with her. And he hasn't been with anyone since his wife. So he talks to both of his daughters who have different views on the matter. Even Charley gives his points in.
Harry is concerned that no one likes his new girlfriend, that is until they breakup and he sees her for her true self. Meanwhile Carol begins to rethink things as well after realizing she had no problem with Harry's ex.
Carol's been seeing a guy who is an activist. And when he says that he plans to go out of the country Carol offers to go with him and Harry tells her that she's being hasty. One of Harry's patients develops a crush on Laverne. And she decides to deal with it by going out with him.
Carol gets a new job as Public Relations director of the hospital, this all goes well until she inadvertently reveals that Poko the clown (local celebrity) has some nasty mental problems at a press conference. Meanwhile Charlie tries to get a promotion at work and needs Barbara's help to get it.
When Harry learns that he has to move out of the office where he has been for many years. He goes to the woman in charge of his reassignment. And she offers to let him stay where he is for something in return. Harry has to decide if he's willing to give it.
When Harry is honored by his alma mater, his father whom he doesn't have a good relationship with comes to take part in the festivities. When the girls wonder why Harry who doesn't have a good relationship with his father is letting him take part in the festivities. Harry tells them that it's because he helped him get into medical school but when Harry learns the truth things change.
We watch Dr Westin visit different patients in a the matter of a short episode. Only to find out that we are following the life of little Billy from newborn to 18 years old and how much a family doctor can have an impact on a young man's life. In additon, a young patient can incredibly have a great impact on a good doctor's life as well.