When Polly Holliday's sassy character Florence "Flo" Jean Castleberry became hugely popular, producers decided to see if she could carry her own show, and thus was born Flo. Flo leaves the diner where she'd worked for years for a new job in Houston. En route, she impulsively decides to purchase, restore, and run a diner she'd known growing up, renaming it "Flo's Yellow Rose."
A skunk has stationed himself under the Yellow Rose and threatens to put Flo out of business, both professionally and socially.
With Flo's unintentional help, Farley is elected Zoning Commissioner; but, much to his disappoinment, the position is not all it is cracked up to be.
When Bull, a wild and crazy miner, comes to town on his annual binge, seeking a good drink, bath and a pretty woman, not neccsarily in that order, he goes wild for Flo.
Flo gathers the Castleberry family together for the first time in 25 years and they are all in for a big surprise. (Part 1 of 2)
Flo gathers the Castleberry family together for the first time in 25 years and they are all in for a big surprise. (Part 2 of 2)
Flo vows to give a favorite customer the sendoff he wants -- a wingding of a funeral at the Yellow Rose.
Flo sacrifices a dream trip to keep Miriam's marriage together.
When Randy leaves home, Flo invites him to stay in the back room of the Yellow Rose for a day or two while he practices his singing. She soon regrets it.
Flo is disappointed about not attending the Annual Snowflake Ball on Christmas Eve, but gets a bigger thrill on Christmas morning.
Mama runs away from home when Flo and Fran decide that she should lead a more productive life.
Flo's dream of being crowned ""Miss Rodeo Days"" is almost spoiled by a seven-month-old baby.
Flo gets her ABCs mixed up when she tries to alphabetize men to protect little sister Fran.
When Flo can't pay her rent, Farley threatens to take her trailer but somebody beats him to it. (Part 1 of 2)
When it looks like Flo has lost her money and trailer in a get-rich-quick scheme, her friends make her a winner. (Part 2 of 2)
Flo fights her way into the local women's club, and teaches its top member how to be a female.
Flo fantasizes the Yellow Rose as a roaring saloon in the 1880s.
Flo's former boss Mel stops in to see her at the Yellow Rose and gives her some unwelcomed advice on how to run a business.
Flo gets tonsillitis and can't talk, and Earl discovers her age through her birth certificate. He figures he's got her where he wants her, until Flo shows him how an old pro plays that game.
When Earl decides to play a game with Flo and old girlfriend B.J., he finds out he's in over his head.
When Hoyt Axton hits town and visits the Yellow Rose and Flo, he's just in time to get into one of the best fights the saloon ever witnessed.
When Buddy, who runs the gas station next to the Yellow Rose, tells Flo that the bathrooms in her saloon are on his land and she'll have to pay for them, Flo calls on the law of the West for justice.