Continuing from last season, Becker is ordered by a judge to see a therapist about his problem with authority. Jake tires of his new girlfriend's wanting to describe for him every little thing she's doing. Linda lobbies for a raise.
John starts to feel emotional after Laura, a woman whom he had an intimate but 'No-strings-attached' relationship with, announces that she's going to move on with her life with a man she meets. Bob finds a 1987 Super Bowl ring in the backseat of a taxi.
Becker manages to get a machine for a patient with Lou Gehrig's Disease but is disturbed when the patient's family is less than enthused. Bob becomes an environmentalist to impress a girl he met at the diner. Linda accuses Margaret of stealing her bracelet.
Bob uses a questionable friend to get Reggie a great deal on a new freezer. John acts as a sex therapist for the Bennetts, an 80-year-old couple having difficulties because of Mr. Bennett's newly revived libido.
Becker is furious because someone has tampered with his laundry and mail and left his apartment covered with roaches. He is sure these developments are all the result of intentional sabotage by his neighbours.
John is surprisingly concerned when he learns that his new neighbour Chris has left town without saying goodbye. Reggie assumes that John has more than casual feelings for Chris. Linda sublets her job for a week to a girl who actually manages to do less work than Linda.