While Joe’s bachelor party is a bust, Helen’s bachelorette fiesta is a night to remember.
Brian is tricked into appearing on the “Mary Pat Lee Show” on men who can’t commit and comes face-to-face with Alex for the first time since she left.
Helen’s been away in New York for months (since the end of season 2) when Joe gets a late night call from her.
It’s the day of the big wedding and everything that could go wrong does when Joe gets his hand stuck in the toilet.
Joe and Brian look to one of America’s great space heroes to help them expand Sandpiper’s business.
The gang attends their high school reunion when Brian’s old flame drops a bomb on Joe.
Christmas cheer goes stale this year when a crazed gunman who is also an air traffic controller holds the gang in the airport hostage for a jelly donut.
Helen is hurt when her mother gambles away the money set-aside for her wedding.
When Antonio’s cousin Dominic comes to the island with his fiancée Teresa, Antonio discovers his own feelings for her are more than platonic.
Helen and Joe meet their first couple and fall in love but the fantasy is soon shattered when they are jilted for another.
Roy’s Russian Mail Order fiancée comes to the island and falls for an art history teacher.
Casey guides Lowell’s art career into an early burnout when his creations from welded engine parts hit the art world.
When Lewis Blanchard comes to the island to be by his dying uncle’s bedside, everyone is eyeing the man’s estate even before he has kicked the bucket.
Joe’s nose is broken, but it’s Brian’s ego that gets bruised when the Hackett’s visit a local plastic surgeon.
The fates are merciless when the ever-annoying Carlton Blanchard shows up with his sleazy nephew Lewis and hires Antonio as his personal driver.
Helen’s plan to prove to Casey that Joe won’t back out the wedding backfires when she sets a date just four weeks away.
Helen runs into a string of bad luck when Davis decides to visit at the last minute.
Lowell becomes an entrepreneur when he purchases the island’s old wax museum as an investment.