When Kip is discovered in the apartment without his Buffy disguise, Lilly Sinclair, the new manager of the hotel, decides to have the other residents vote on whether Buffy and Hildegarde are evicted or not.
A fight between Sonny and Amy sparks a fight between Kip and Henry, and a swap of roommates.
Henry decides to toughen up his image when another date insists she just wants to be friends.
Kip and Henry have to compromise their morals to compete with Marty Bursky, the office boot-licker, for a prestigious new account, Dr. Bob.
Kip's date with Sonny turns into a disaster, thanks to his nervousness and Henry's date, Cecily - Ruth's niece and a recent devotee of punk rock.
Buffy and Hildy are invited by Sonny and Isabelle to a singles bar. The pair are ignored by the men, causing Henry to question society's favoritism for attractive people. Feeling like a hypocrite for spurning Amy's advances, he asks her out on a date.
The girls hatchs a scheme to embarass Walter after he dumps Amy for another woman at a costume party.
Amy's spirits get a temporary boost when her complimenting of a new client's product gets her a shot at producing its ad campaign.
Kip uses the public library commercial he's directing as an excuse to hire Sonny as a dancer, hoping to kick-start her career.
Kip and Henry (as Buffy and Hildy) subdue two criminals that are robbing the hotel, drawing the attention of the media, and Henry's mother.
For Kip's birthday, Henry arranges to have some of his painting shown at The La Daux Gallery.
When Ruth insists that Kip indulge a new client, Kip walks out, expecting Henry to follow him.
Kip and Henry are worried when Ruth invites them to dinner, and appears to want more than a business relationship.
Kip tries to help Henry spice up a story documenting Ruth nearly discovering the duo's alternate identities.
After Isabelle steals the show from Bob The Comic by singing "New York, New York" during his stand-up act, Kip and Henry arrange for her to sing at a night club.
Sonny recruits Buffy and Hildy to volunteer as "candy stripers" when the hospital where she works becomes short on staff. Kip discovers he has competition for Sonny affections in the form of Jim, a blind patient who knows Buffy and Hildy are men. Amy finds herself in over her head when she substitutes for a sick Lilly as the hotel's manager.
Henry feels left out when Kip renews his friendship with a rock and roll star.
Kip and Amy form a pact to use their inside information to help each other win over Sonny and Henry.
After not being about to take Sonny back to his apartment after a date, Kip decided to reveal his secret to Sonny.
Henry reluctantly agrees to spend the money that he and Kip are saving for a T-Bill on his Uncle Mort's commercial production company, unaware that Mort owes $17,000 to loanshark Victor.
At his high school reunion, Henry encounters a deaf girl he dumped as his prom date.
Kip and Henry use insurance money from a elevator accident to take a vacation in Monte Carlo.
Kip and Henry get into trouble when they drop a water balloon on a government official's car.
Henry begins getting tired of his relationship status--so he decides to submit a personal ad to a video dating service. But when he thinks he found the girl of his dreams--he soon finds out that she's not exactly normal.
Henry starts to date an interior decorator that nobody else can stand.
Amy and Kip decide they will get tattoos to show their devotion to Henry and Sonny.
Ruth and Kip and Henry compete for Amy's deciding two percent of company stock.
Henry saves a gangster's granddaughter from being hit by a car and then must put up with the man's `favors'.
An immigrant gets a crush on Hildy; much to the dismay of Henry.
When Kip learns his parents are heading for a divorce, it's time for him to play the role of peacemaker.
Ruth and Kip and Henry reminisce about how she hired them straight out of school.
Kip and Henry, seeking a little isolation to spark their creativity, become stranded in a wilderness cabin in the dead of winter. The girls, left to their own devices, try to shoot a commercial by themselves, and quickly find they are over their heads.
Kip's younger sister, Vickie, pays a vist...and he is totally convinced that Henry has seduced her.
At "60 Seconds Street"'s first shareholder's meeting, Herny puts a cap on Kip's abuse of his expense account. While Kip is away on a skiing holiday with Sonny, Henry is arrested for buying a stolen video recorder.
Kip and Henry contemplate what they will be like when they are older.
Kip and Henry produce a TV show, on cable, trying to advertise their client's product.