Blossom (Mayim Bialik), who is the only girl in the house live with her two brothers Anthony (Michael Stoyanov) and Joey (Joey Lawrence) and her father Nick (Ted Wass). Blossom likes to hang-out and do things with Six (Jenna Von Oy) her best friend. Theme Song: "My Opinionation" by Mike Post and Steve Geyer.
After moving to Paris to live with her mother, Blossom finds a new boyfriend, friendly waiter Laurent, who gives her a tour of the romantic city par excellence.
Joey and Anthony take jobs as air couriers to Paris.
Vinnie shows up in Paris; Anthony and Joey are followed; Nick and Six's mother spend the night together.
Blossom must decide whether or not to stay in Paris with her mother.
Joey and his dad go fishing together in hopes of bonding; Blossom discovers that Six is abusing alcohol.
Nick and Blossom are alarmed when Maddy returns with intentions of staying; Six rides along with Anthony and a cantankerous EMT.
Blossom is horrified to learn that Six is dating a married ex-con ten years her senior. Meanwhile, Joey gets a letter from the President asking for his advice, and Vinnie and Anthony set up an illegal cable hookup.
Six has run off with Sonny, and only Vinnie and Blossom know where they've gone. Blossom tries to talk Six out of her infatuation, but it ends only when Sonny is arrested and immediately falls for a female prison guard.
Blossom spots a gun in a classmate's locker; Joey encounters an alcoholic clown.
In a psychiatrist's office in the near future, Nick recalls the good old days, when Blossom got her SAT scores, Anthony proposed to Rhonda and Joey got a bad break en route to the big leagues.
After his breakup with Rhonda, Anthony accompanies Joey to a function at the Playboy Mansion, while Blossom attempts to write a romance novel to fund her college education.
Blossom feels Vinnie is losing interest in her; Six tries to seduce Joey; Nick discovers his date has had sex with Anthony.
Anthony starts drinking again while in Las Vegas; the family tries to accept Nick's new girlfriend.
Anthony and Shelly discover they are married after a night of drinking in Las Vegas; Vinnie proposes to Blossom.
A new student irritates Blossom by imitating everything she does; a character in Shelly's book resembles Tony.
Blossom becomes bitter when she realizes that Nick is in love with Carol; Joey finally has sex with his new girlfriend but worries that it will ruin their relationship.
There's something cooking between Blossom and her supervisor at a homeless shelter; meanwhile, Nick tries becoming a vegetarian, and Anthony can't stomach a waiter's racial slurs.
Six's date, who is Vinnie's best friend, makes a pass at Blossom and then denies it; Joey's secret admirer turns out to be a gay teammate; Anthony's father-in-law visits and discovers that he once arrested Nick during a 1970s campus protest.
A spoof of '60s beach-party movies features the new chick from Santa Monica making waves with the teen queen of Malibu over a surfer god.
Fabian, Phyllis Diller and Jimmie Walker become part of Blossom's beach party fantasy as Shy is Otto's hostage on the eve of the Ruler of the Waves surf contest.
Joey turns to a childhood imaginary friend for help when he suspects a teammate is using steroids; Blossom volunteers to baby-sit Carol's daughter, then is invited to a concert.
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Blossom's 18th birthday makes her blue; Joey writes a letter to Hillary Clinton about health care; Carol's ex has an odd proposal for Nick; and Shelly's cousin Robin isn't thrilled to meet Anthony because of something Shelly hasn't told her about Anthony - that fact that he's white.
Blossom and Anthony scheme to fix up a lonely Buzz with Anthony's cantankerous EMT partner Mrs. Peterson; meanwhile, Joey takes notes from Nick on a school project.
Two aliens in a flying saucer (voices of Joey Lawrence and Michael Stoyanov) choose the Russo home as the site for their observations of earthling behavior, particularly their susceptibility to the seven deadly sins, which are illustrated in encounters between the various characters. (This being a family sit-com, sloth gets the most airtime.)
A missed baseball game prompts Joey to recall his mom's history of broken promises; Tony and Shelly's marriage is put to the test when Rhonda returns unexpectedly; Nick takes Blossom and Six to the drive-in and is not prepared for a barrage of questions about his past.
At the prom, Blossom gets the news that Vinnie's been accepted to an Ivy League school; Six is escorted by a nerdy foreign student with a hidden talent; and chaperones Nick and Carol act like a couple of teenagers in love.