#1 Pilot
#3 The Ultimatum
#4 Rebound Guy
#5 The Unsinkable Conrad Bloom
#6 Gone with the Re-wind
#7 The Spazz Singer
#8 To Hell in a Handbag
#9 Working Girl
#10 Psycho Babbler, Qu'est-ce que c'est?

#1 Pilot: Aired Monday, September 21, 1998

Conrad can't make his third date with Allison because all the other women in his life keep getting in the way: Molly needs cheering up after being dumped, Shelley needs a baby sitter, his mother needs a dance partner, and Nina needs to be bailed out of jail. Conrad also get the Mr. Pizza account with George.

#2: Aired Monday, September 28, 1998

Shelley tries to find a famous Jerry to endorse one of their clients, Jerry's chips, after she lies about knowing Jerry Seinfeld. Conrad, on his mother's birthday, tries to convince Nina that he isn't their mother's favorite.

This was originally supposed to be the third episode of the first season.

#3 The Ultimatum: Aired Monday, October 5, 1998

Conrad convinces Nina to move in with their mother. Molly's new boyfriend (Ken Marino) is jealous of her friendship with Conrad.

This was originally supposed to be the second episode of the first season.

#4 Rebound Guy: Aired Monday, October 12, 1998

Conrad and Molly meet meet a blonde (Julianne Christie) with luxury seats at Yankee Stadium. Molly warns Conrad not to get involved so that they won't run the risk of losing the seats, but Conrad can't resist.

Written by Susan Sherman & Judy Toll, Directed by Ken Levine

#5 The Unsinkable Conrad Bloom: Aired Monday, October 26, 1998

Conrad wants to impress his boss at her Halloween party since he feels like he's always doing everything wrong in the office. He and Molly dress up as the Titanic but hit a huge ice truck. Conrad tries to set his mother up with a guy from his office, but when she meets George she thinks he's her blind date and they end up going out. George starts planning his future with Florrie, and Florrie has Conrad break up with George for her because she can't do it.

Written by Eric Abrams & Matthew Berry, Directed by Ken Levine

#6 Gone with the Re-Wind: Aired Monday, November 9, 1998

Conrad accidently erases the tape of Shelley giving birth, and realizes that Shelley feels overloaded being an advertising executive, a wife, and a mother. Molly is baffled when a woman who claims to be a college friend asks her to be a bridesmaid.

Written by Paul A. Kaplan & Mark Torgrove, Directed by Lee Shallat Chemel
Guest Starring Amy Pietz as Bonnie, Willie Garson as Spencer, and Victoria Jackson as Carol
#7 The Spazz Singer: Aired Monday, November 16, 1998

Florie wants to win at tennis, and so dumps Nina for Molly as her partner. Conrad's ex-girlfriend who is now a rock star writes a song about how terrible he is and how he cheated on her. He is terrified that once the song becomes popular, he'll never be able to get another date. He convinces her that he's not as bad as she thinks, and he convinces her so well that she not only agrees to take his name out of the song, but she thinks that they're back together as a couple. He tries to let her down easy, but when she refuses to take a hint he loses it with her. The song, with his name, becomes popular, and he himself becomes more popular with women than ever.

Written by Dawn DeKeyser, Directed by Gail Mancuso.
Guest Starring Lisa Edelstein as Nikki.

#8 To Hell in a Handbag: Aired Monday, December 14, 1998

Florie takes up a new hobby of making really ugly handbags. Molly needs a job and Conrad is scared to help her get one at his company.

#9 Working Girl: Was supposed to air Monday, December 21, 1998

Conrad is surprised to find out why his mother needs a job wrapping packages. Molly has a new date. (This episode never aired.)

#10 Psycho Babbler, Qu'est-ce que c'est?: Was supposed to air Monday, December 28, 1998

Conrad's new girlfriend (Suzanne Cryer) begins to irritate him with her constant analysis of their relationship. (This episode never aired.)

#11 ?: Aired Monday, December 28, 1998

Conrad gets a new apartment, but gets no chance to enjoy his new bachelor pad because his mother loses her house to the IRS and she and Conrad's sister move in with him.