- "Pilot": Charles invites Gwendolyn to the Pembrokes'.
- "Extracirricular Activity": Charles urges the children
to try new hobbies.
- "Another Saturday Night": Buddy disrupts Charles' evening
- "War": Charles stays neutral as the children squabble.
- "Cousin Elliot" : The children abandon Charles for a
- "Slumber Party": Charles must chaperone Lila's pajama
- "Discipline": Charles discusses Douglas' grade with
- "Trick or Treat": Charles checks out a dream date for
- "A Date With Enid": Douglas' first love undergoes a
- "Home For The Holidays": Mr. Pembrokes' mother visits
- "Accidental Puppy": Charles lets the children keep an
- "The Commotion": Arguments disrupt Charles' important
- "Mr. President": Charles vies with Elliot for class
- "Jill's Decision": Jill is offered a job with long hours.
- "Pressure From Grandma": Grandma Irene makes Charles
a business offer.
- "Snowed In": A snowstorm traps Charles with Lila's friends.
- "Hurricane Meagan": Buddy and Charles begin a family-helper
- "Charles' Spring Break": Florida spring break is a disaster.
- "The Wrong Guy": The Pembrokes disapprove of Lila's
- "Mr. Brilliant": Charles invites an old chum of Jill's
- "Meet Grampa": Grampa Harry (Dick O'Neill) arrives for
- "Friends and Lovers": Charles seethes when Gwendolyn
- "Return of the Mac": ?
- "Amityville": A new family awaits Charles upon his return.
- "The Naked Truth": Charles' new girlfriend is a nude
model for art class.
- "Feud for Thought": Family troubles test Charles' philosophy.
- "The Egg and Us": The girls care for eggs as a school
- "The Loan Arranger": Charles loses his loan when his
- "American Teen": Charles gives Sarah advice he should
- "Buddy Comes to Dinner": Injured guest Buddy upsets
- "A Fox in the Henhouse": Cmdr. Powell's amorous shipmate
- "Pizza Parlor Protest": The local pizzeria may become
a parking lot.
- "Trade Off": Charles encourages the family to trade
- "Dating": The Powells and Charles suffer dating woes.
- "Music, Music, Mayhem": A cassette player fosters several
- "Buddy in Charge": Buddy takes over while Charles visits
- "Isn't That What's Her Face?": An actress asks Charles'
help to stay incognito.
- "A Date From Heck": Charles' charges come along on his
- "Mama Mia": Charles' mother takes over during a visit.
- "Weekend Weary": Mrs. Powell insists Charles take a
- "U.F. Oh No!": Charles and Adam think they see a UFO.
- "The Case of the Mock Turtle Mystery": Turtle-killer
Adam demands a trial.
- "A Job From Heck": Charles chaperones newly hired waitress
- "Twice Upon a Time": Charles' first love returns. (Part
1 of 2)
- "Twice Upon a Time": Gwen hesitates after saying "yes"
to Charles. (Part 2 of 2)
- "Baby Doll": Promotion manager Charles rejects offers
- "Lilian Puts a Round": Charles worries when Lilian begins
- "Her Brother's Keeper": Charles agrees to help a shy
- "The Undergraduate": Ellen's married cousin makes a
play for Charles.
- "Yule Laff": The family is snowbound in a cabin on Christmas.
- "Piece of Cake" : Charles prepares for Cmdr. Powell's
- "Dorm Warnings": The family thinks Charles wants to
live in the dorm.
- "Speechless": Buddy helps Charles fight a fear of public
- "Infatuation": Charles' crush on a model could alienate
- "Role Model": Charles is suspicious of Jamie's modeling
- "The Extremely Odd Couple": Charles gets between feuding
Lilian and Walter.
- "Poppa, the Sailor Man": Charles arranges a visit by
- "Bottle Baby": Charles sees the other side of Buddy's
sister (Mindy Cohn).
- "Dear Charles" : Charles takes a job as an advice columnist.
- "The Pickle Plot": Uncle Joe makes Charles a business
- "The Buddy System": A confidence class turns Buddy into
- "Sarah Steps Out": Sarah dates a smooth-talking ticket
- "Trading Papers": Charles gets an A for Sarah's work.
- "Five Easy Pizzas": A restaurant critic visits the pizza
- "Getting In": Charles and Buddy try to join a fraternity.
- "Hero Today, Gone Tomorrow": Charles and Buddy foil
a pizza-parlor holdup.
- "Dutiful Dreamer": The family's bad luck causes Charles
- "Berkling Up Is Hard To Do": Charles' advice causes
- "Runaround Charles": Charles makes three appointments
for one evening.
- "Where the Auction Is": Sarah, Jamie and Adam purchase
- "The Boy Who Loved Women": A boy dates both Sarah and
- "Barbelles": A girl's ex-beau, a bodybuilder, threatens
- "The Blackboard Bungle": Charles accepts a job as a
- "The Heart Burglar": The family learns to be honest
about their feelings.
- "May the Best Man Lose": Adam schemes to win a school
- "No Nukes Is Good Nukes" : Sarah is arrested for protesting
at her father's ship.
- "Ninny and the Professor": Charles stands by a grade
he gave a student.
- "Duelling Presleys": Lilian hires an odd Elvis impersonator.
- "Adam See, Adam Do": Adam observes Charles' way
- "Yesterday Cafe": Charles tutors history in Lilian's
- "Fatal Obsession": A persistent coed sets her sights
- "Walter Gets a Dodo" : Walter dates Professor Bunt's
visiting sister (Marcia Wallace).
- "Ladies' Night Out": Jamie and Sarah try to sneak out
to a nightclub.
- "Chargin' Charles": The children run Charles' credit
card to the limit just before a date.
- "A Fish Called Buddy": Charles stands vigil over unconscious
Buddy in the hospital.
- "Second Banana": Jamie loses out to Sarah for a part
in a TV ad.
- "Still at Large": Buddy and Charles think Jamie's teacher
(Sally Struthers) is a fugitive.
- "Poetic Licence": Charles borrows Sarah's poem to impress
- "Charles Splits": Charles calls himself "Chaz" and acts
strangely. (Part 1 of 2)
- "Charles Splits": The family is stunned when Charles
brings home a bride. (Part 2 of 2)
- "Curring the Common Cult": Jamie falls under a shady
- "Room at the Bottom": Jamie wants the remodeled basement
to be her room.
- "A String of Pearls": The Powell's former sitter plots
- "Walter's War": Walter borrows World War II souvenirs
to impress a woman.
- "The Organization Man": Charles plots his schedule with
- "The Big Bang": Charles writes an essay about growing
- "Triple Threat": Charles and Buddy's involvement with
triplets causes confusion.
- "Aunt Vanessa": Jamie debates attending school in New
- "It's a Blunderful Life": Charles dreams about the Powell's
lives without him.
- "Bad Boy": Charles tries to reform a juvenile delinquent.
- "Buddy's Daddy": Buddy assumes trouble when his father
- "Summer Together, Fall Apart": The Powell children decide
to have no rules.
- "Get Thee to a Nuttery": A brush with death convinces
Buddy he should be a priest.
- "Three Dates & a Walnut": Walter makes three dates for
- "Out With the In Crowd": Jamie befriends a snob to join
- "There's a Girl In My Ficus": A girl tries to come between
Charles and Buddy.
- "Judge Not Lest Ye Beheaded": Charles becomes a beauty-pageant
- "Baby Bummer": Buddy's advice leads Adam astray.
- "Paper Covers Rock": A tabloid links Charles and a rock
- "Child Hoods": Charles romps with visiting pals from
- "Advice and Consent": Jamie stays with a boy only because
- "Daffy Doc": Buddy enters a mental hospital to do research.
- "Buddy Flips his Disk": Buddy gets to be a disc jockey
for a day.
- "Don't Rock the Vote": Sarah and Jamie vie to be class
- "Brain Man": Buddy has visions of Charles' future.
- "Let's Quake a Deal": Charles tries to market an earthquake
- "Up Your I.Q.": Jamie wants to convince a boy she is
- "All That Chaz": A bump on the head turns Charles again
- "Frankie and Mommy": Lilian is ambivalent about an old
- "Lost Resort": Buddy's identical cousin takes Charles'
job at a Hawaii resort.
- "The Dead Puck Society": Charles learns an illiterate
boy is using Sarah.
- "La Cage Aux Fools": Charles and Buddy protest against
- "Teacher's Pest": Walter enrolls in a history class taught
- "Almost Family": Charles helps save his aunt's carwash.
- "Seeing is Believing": Charles asks a girl out, then
learns she is blind.
- "Fair Exchange": Sarah visits her relatives in New Mexico.
- "Charles Be DeMille": Charles offers to direct a show
to fund Sarah's class trip.
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