Monty receives two shocks when his older son Greg returns home from six months in Europe: he has decided to become a vegetarian chef rather than a lawyer, and is engaged to a very unconventional woman.
Monty gets upset when he discovers a condom in David's bedroom, and makes teenage sex the subject of his next radio show.
When David finally gets a date for the school dance, Monty ruins the evening by arguing with the girl's mother.
Monty's the only one happy to see the return of Greg's conservative ex-girlfriend, hoping this will mean the end of Geena.
Monty's ill-timed comments when Fran thinks she might be pregnant lead to a trip to a marriage counselor.
When Fran confesses the principal has been putting the moves on her, Monty heads for the school looking for justice.
Desperate for a coveted time slot, Monty starts a slanderous campaign to knock a children's show off the air.
Monty surprises himself, and everyone else, when he back Geena in an argument with her father.
Both Geena and Monty enroll in adult education to earn their high school diplomas, and the competitive duo are soon cheating to better each other's grades.
Monty is dumbfounded when he discovers his sister is marrying another woman.
Monty tries to help David overcome his fear of wrestling class.
After a health scare, Monty evaluates his morality and lifestyle.
Monty can't deal with his daughter Arlene, an outspoken lesbian.