6.24: "See You in September"
Balki and Mary Anne are expecting Larry and Jennifer to set a wedding date, but they don’t feel ready. To help them, Balki gives them a Myposian marriage test to see if they’re right for each other.
6.23: "Great Balls of Fire"
Larry finds being a volunteer firefighter far too taxing until he learns Jennifer finds firemen attractive.
6.22: "Duck Soup"
Balki feels left out when he’s not asked to join Larry on his duck hunting trip with Mr. Wainwright.
6.21: "A Catered Affair"
Balki is running a catering business, but things go awry when Larry books an event on the same night Balki already has two scheduled—-and fails to tell him.
6.20: "Climb Every Billboard"
Larry tricks Balki into climbing atop a billboard as part of a promotion for the paper; however the two end up stranded.
6.19: "See How They Run"
Larry helps Balki with his campaign for student body president, but they have different ideas about how to go about it.
6.18: "Out of Sync"
Balki has the chance to become a star as “Fresh Young Balki B.”, but is shocked when he realizes it is not his voice in the video.
6.17: "Speak, Memory"
Larry loses his memory after a fall down the stairs, just before he is to meet Jennifer’s mother, and Balki tries to help him cover it up.
6.16: "I Saw This on TV"
When Larry plans to lie to Jennifer so he can go to a basketball game instead of the ballet, Balki tells him a story of what happened when Ralph lied to Alice on ‘The Honeymooners’. The story is filmed in black and white and acted out by the cast with Larry and Balki portraying Ralph Kramden and Ed Norton, and Jennifer and Maryann as Alice and Trixie.
6.15: "Little Apartment of Horrors"
Balki’s Mama sends Larry a plant that will cure his cold, but when Larry gets the idea to overgrow the plant as part of a money-making scheme, things go awry.
Larry’s grandfather comes to town for a visit acting younger than his years, but Larry tries to make sure Grandpa acts his age.
6.13: "Finders Keepers"
When Balki finds a box containing $40,000, he wants to try to find the rightful owner, but Larry has other ideas.
6.12: "Hocus Pocus"
Balki can’t convince Larry to attend a children’s benefit show, until Larry discovers Margaret Thatcher is attending, giving him the perfect opportunity for a big interview. When the magician cancels, Larry convinces Balki to perform in his place.
6.11: "The Sunshine Boys"
In an attempt to impress a snobbish acquaintance, Larry gets the idea to acquire a tan to convince him he’s been to the Caribbean; however, he and Balki end up spending too much time in the tanning beds.
6.10: "Black Widow"
Larry is convinced that Mary Anne is actually a convicted killer, and that Balki’s life is in danger when he goes on a hiking trip with her.
6.9: "The Ring"
Larry finds a “deal” on an engagement ring for Jennifer; but when he finds out the ring is a fake, he needs to switch it for a real diamond without Jennifer finding out.
6.8: "The Men Who Knew Too Much, Part 2"
Larry and Balki are on the run from mobsters, while trying to hold on to the videotape that proves their own innocence in the murder.
6.7: "The Men Who Knew Too Much, Part 1"
The cousins are excited to travel to Los Angeles for Larry’s first out-of-town assignment, but run into trouble when they inadvertently videotape a mob murder.
6.6: "Call Me Indestructible"
After Larry and Balki survive a close call in a small plane, Balki believes they are protected by Teflonos, the Myposian god of protection, and encourages Larry to take some wild risks.
6.5: "Family Feud"
Zoltan Botulitis travels from Mypos to engage Balki in a duel; when Larry tries to discourage the duel, he manages to insult Zoltan, who insists on fighting Larry.
6.4: "A Horse Is a Horse"
Larry convinces Balki to go in with him to buy a racehorse at a discount in an attempt to win big at the track, but they soon find out the horse may be on its last legs.
6.3: "The Breakup"
Larry’s feigned nonchalance at Jennifer’s mention of going out with a male friend threatens their relationship.
6.2: "New Kid on the Block"
Balki babysits for a mischievous child, while Larry needs silence to work on an article.
6.1: "Safe at Home"
After a break-in at the apartment, Larry installs a state-of-the-art burglar alarm, but doesn’t feel the need to read the instructions.
5.24: "Digging Up the News"
Balki and Larry visit the set of a children’s TV show to interview the host, “Uncle Shaggy”; but when Larry takes a picture of him against his wishes, it could cost Uncle Shaggy his job.
5.23: "Eyewitless Report"
On a company trip to the Big Piney National Forest, Larry, Balki, and Gorpley all of different accounts of an encounter with an escaped killer.
5.22: "Bye Bye Birdie"
Balki’s pet bird Yeorgi flies away after Larry leaves the window open, leaving a heartbroken Balki awaiting the bird’s return.
5.21: "This Old House"
Larry and Balki try to make money buying and renovating an old house; however problems arise when Larry’s greed causes them to attempt more extensive remodeling than they can handle.
5.20: "Here Comes the Judge"
Balki joins the Chronicle’s grievance committee; however, when Larry finds himself charged with a grievance, he tries to turn the hearing against Balki.
5.19: "He's the Boss"
A new manager at the Chronicle gives Balki what seems like a good promotion, until he discovers it is a token job with no real responsibilities.
5.18: "A Blast from the Past"
Marvin Berman, who previously had tried to blow up the Chronicle with Larry and Balki (in the earlier episode “Dog Day Mid-Afternoon”) wants to take the guys out to dinner to thank them for saving him, but Larry is afraid for his life.
5.17: "Three's a Crowd"
Mary Anne moves in with the guys after an argument with Jennifer threatens their friendship.
5.16: "Nightmare Vacation"
Against the group’s better judgement, Balki, Jennifer and Mary Anne agree to let Larry plan another vacation, hoping this one won’t be a disaster like their previous ones.
5.15: "The Selling of Mypos"
Balki and Larry try to negotiate the sale of Myposian land to a corporation, until Balki questions their motives.
5.13: "Because They're Cousins"
Balki gets a visit from his Myposian cousin Bartok, only to discover he’s become a California dude with a ripoff scam.
5.14: "Disorderley Orderlies"
Larry feigns interest in volunteering at a hospital with Balki, in order to get an interview with an injured football player.
5.12: "Everyone in the Pool"
When it comes time for the football pool at the Chronicle, Larry finds that Balki has a remarkable ability to pick the winners, and tries to capitalize on it.
5.11: "Home Movies"
Balki wants to put together a movie of his life in America to show his Mama, but when Larry takes over the project, it bears no resemblance to Balki’s real life.
5.10: "Almost Live from Chicago"
At Larry’s urging, Lydia attempts to overcome her fear of cameras to star in her own TV talk show.
5.9: "Hello Ball"
Larry tries not to win at golf, in order to win over Jennifer’s father, but Balki is better at the game than Larry had thought.
5.8: "Father Knows Best???, Part 2"
Larry gets the group out of the water-filled basement, and makes amends with his father.
5.7: "Father Knows Best???, Part 1"
Larry’s father comes to visit, and Larry worries that nothing he does is ever good enough for his father. But that gets put aside when they are trapped in a rapidly flooding basement.
5.6: "Poetry in Motion"
Larry and Balki tear up the apartment in an attempt to find a rare poem that Larry believes to be valuable.
5.5: "Dog Day Mid-Afternoon"
Larry does all the work on an expose of a money-laundering scheme, but gets none of the credit. A disgruntled accountant arrives at the Chronicle with a bomb, upset that he has not gotten credit for his work on the scheme.
5.4: "Tooth or Consequences"
Balki has a cavity, so Larry takes him to the dentist, where they find out that a trip to the dentist can be fun when there is laughing gas involved.
5.3: "The Newsletter"
Balki’s in charge of the company newsletter, but things go awry when Larry encourages him to dig deeper for the “real stories”.
Larry needs money to help his sister Elaine attend Juliard, and thinks he has found the perfect way to do it when he is in a car accident.
5.1: "Good Skates"
Larry agrees to participate in a charity skate-a-thon to impress Jennifer, but little does she know he can’t skate.
4.22: "Wedding Belle Blues"
On Balki’s 25th birthday, he must go through with the marriage his mama pre-arranged, although he’s in love with Mary Anne. Larry and Jennifer try to save him.
4.21: "Teacher's Pest"
Recruited to teach journalism, Larry soon alienates the class by imposing ridiculously high standards for their work.