#1 Pilot
#2 The Cookie Crumbles
#3 Static
#4 Family Business
#5 Temptation and Responsibility
#6 Some Common Words and Phrases
#7 Save the Last Dance for Me
#8 Houseguests and Fish
#9 The Rope
#10 Young and on Fire
#11 Truth or Consequences
#12 The Takeover
#13 Strange Days
#14 Valentine's Bay
#15 With Friends Like These...
#16 A Matter of Trust
#17 The Weight of the World

#1 Pilot: Aired Monday, September 21, 1998

Dennis brings his girlfriend Jennifer back with him to his hometown to start a new business and save the failing economy of Hyperion Bay. Jennifer has trouble dealing with his family. Dennis's brother Nick is getting separated from his wife. Dennis doesn't hire his family's construction company to do the work on the new business space. Dennis sees his old high-school crush who now has a crush on him even though she's married.

Written by Joseph Dougherty, Directed by Joseph Dougherty and Ellen S. Pressman
Guest stars: Cindy Pickett, Randy J. Goodwin, Art LaFleur, and Victor Slezak as Bordon Hicks
Featured Musical Artists: Lou Reed, Kenny Wayne Shepherd Band, Dog's Eye View

#2 The Cookie Crumbles: Aired Monday, September 28, 1998

Trudy attempts to bake her way into Dennis's heart. Dennis arranges a disastrous anniversary party for Nick and Amy.

Featured Musical Artists: Storyville, Keb' Mo', Shemekia Copeland

#3 Static: Aired Monday, October 5, 1998

We find out that Nick and Amy are separating because Amy cheated on Nick. Although Amy wants to try to save their marriage, Nick just wants to forget about it and move on. Nick tries to convince his father to buy and develop the old drive-in movie theater, but his father refuses to do something that radical. Nick pursues it on his own, gets approved for the necessary loan, and then finds out that a large outside corporation purchased the land just before he was able to. Trudy gets Dennis's advice on buying a personal computer, and they start up an intense online relationship... until Nelson makes her return her new toy.

#4 Family Business: Aired Monday, October 12, 1998

We meet Marcus, the new star programmer at Muse Prime who becomes Dennis's #2 (what happened to Larry from the pilot episode?). Dennis works long hours to debug a program that's on a tight deadline. Jennifer restores the fireplace of a house that Amy is trying to sell. Dennis hires his dad's company to construct the "canteen" of Muse Prime. When Dennis's boss cuts the budget for the project, Frank and Nick accomodate him as best they can. Trudy and Nelson apply for a loan and their loan officer is the old fat girl (now skinnier) from high school that Trudy used to tease. Trudy thinks that when they get turned down it's because their loan officer hates her and asks for Dennis's help convincing the loan officer that she's changed.

Written by Jeffrey Stepakoff, Directed by Bethany Rooney
Guest stars: Lisa Dean Ryan, Michael Houston Kin, Dublin James, and Victor Slezak as Bordon Hicks
Featured Musical Artists: Hootie and the Blowfish, John Hiatt

#5 Temptation and Responsibility: Aired Monday, October 19, 1998

Jennifer goes on a business trip and is tempted by an ex-lover, while Dennis valiantly resists Trudy's advances in Jennifer's absence. Nick gets a job offer from his father's rival. Amy goes out on a date and is unknowingly spotted by Nick.

Guest star Cindy Pickett. Guest starring Eddie Jones, Colby French, J. Paul Boehmer, Moira Quirk.
Featured Musical Artists: Hootie & the Blowfish, Edwin McCain

#6 Some Common Words and Phrases: Aired Monday, October 26, 1998

Dennis has trouble being his father's supervisor. Nick leaves the family business and finds himself attracted to one of Dennis's programmers. Amy starts becoming more serious with Brian. Dennis and Jennifer finally move in together.

Written by Wendy Goldman, Directed by Bethany Rooney
Guest stars: Brigid Brannagh, Colley French, Don Amendolia, Michael Dempsey
Featured Musical Artists: Hootie and the Blowfish, Deanna Kirk, Alison Krauss

#7 Save the Last Dance for Me: Aired Monday, November 2, 1998

It's finally the high-school alumni reunion dance. Dennis, with his new-found celebrity status, is actually looking forward to it, although Jennifer refuses to attend. Brian asks Amy to go as his date, and she has to decide whether or not she wants to go public with their relationship. Trudy causes more trouble with Dennis when she eagerly relives her glory days of high school on his arm.

Written by Bernard Lechowick, Directed by Sharron Miller
Guest Starring Colby French, Brigid Brannagh, John Cassini, Ken Magee, Clement E. Blake, Billy "Sly" Williams
Featured Musical Artists: Hootie and the Blowfish, Elvis Costello, Mary Black

#8 Houseguests and Fish: Aired Monday, November 16, 1998

Under the influence of her friend, Jennifer becomes home-sick for the city and begins to think that Dennis only wants her as a trophy girlfriend. Trudy charms Marcus into hiring her as a caterer's assistant at the canteen, and Nelson tries to get Dennis to fire her.

Written by Wendy Goldman, Directed by Michael Rhodes
Guest Starring Heidi Mokrycki
Featured Musical Artists The Barenaked Ladies, Hootie and the Blowfish, The Murmurs

#9 The Rope: Aired Monday, November 23, 1998

Dennis is upset when he donates money to his old school for a gym, and the school decides to name the gym after his old hated gym teacher. Trudy hates her job.

#10 Young and on Fire: Aired Monday, January 25, 1999

Dennis is crushed when the owner's beautiful daughter, Sarah Hicks is named the new vice president of operations at Muse Prime.

#11 Truth or Consequences: Aired Wednesday, January 27, 1999

Dennis is blamed for the damage to the computer facility and is accused of leaking company secrets. He, Nick, and their father sucessfully get a confession out of Nick's boss regarding the fire. Nick and Amy sleep together after Brian scares her. Jennifer and Dennis have a huge fight.

#12 The Takeover: Aired Monday, February 1, 1999

Dennis is suspected when technology is leaked to a competitor, but Sarah (Carmen Electra) may be the real culprit.

#13 Strange Days: Aired Monday, February 8, 1999

Dennis finally decides to support Sarah in her bid to control Muse Prime. Trudy and Dennis start a real relationship. Jennifer and Amy take a disastrous vacation, but Amy convinces Jennifer to move in with her in Hyperion Bay. Nick accepts a job from Sarah.

#14 Valentine's Bay: Aired Monday, February 15, 1999

Sarah is being hassled by a corrupt town councilman, and Nick tries to come to her rescue. Jennifer is bitter. Dennis dumps Trudy and she isn't understanding. Nelson dies in an accident at the Muse Prime condos, but it might have been sabotage. Passion grows between Sarah and Nick. Trudy decides to sue Muse Prime.

#15 With Friends Like These...: Aired Monday, February 22, 1999

Nelson's death and lawsuit against Muse Prime pits brother Dennis and Nick against each other.

#16 A Matter of Trust: Aired Monday, March 1, 1999

Dennis finds out about Sarah and Nick's affair shortly before Sarah and Nick end up breaking up. Jennifer is upset when Amy and Dennis spend more time together and starts undermining Amy in business. Muse Prime holds a fundraiser at the cannery for to save the lighthouse. Bordon has been brought in by the board of directors to save everyone's ass in light of Trudy's lawsuit. Sarah, Nick, Dennis and Bordon are concerned that the lawsuit might bring out their old bribery of the town supervisor. Trudy will only settle her lawsuit if Sarah and Dennis are fired. It turns out Bordon is now pulling Trudy's strings.

#17 The Weight of the World: Aired Monday, March 8, 1999

Dennis and Sarah are kicked out of the company, but Dennis's last plea with Trudy, and Bordon showing her his true colors, lead Trudy to betray Bordon. Dennis and Sarah win back the company. Sarah asks Nick to take her back. Dennis and Amy start to reveal their deeper feelings to eachother, but realize that it's a bad idea. Jennifer moves ahead with Galaxy.