Les takes over and wastes no time making some changes. Among them: Nora is shifted from photographer to advice columnist; and the magazine is going to become (gasp!) respectable.
Tom Arnold punches Dave for taking his picture on the street. But when Nora writes an article about the incident, Arnold decides to show her how the other half lives.
Nick and Nora pose as husband and wife so that Nora can adopt a cat from a paranoid breeder who wants her kittens to grow up in a ""nurturing environment.""
Nora's parents pay a surprise visit, but they're the ones who are surprised when they learn that younger daughter Lizzie has broken off her engagement and taken off for Las Vegas.
Nora prepares to celebrate her 29th birthday, but the cake is one candle short-Catherine tells her daughter that she's really about to turn 30.
Heaven help the sister who comes between Lizzie and her mister-in this case, Dave. But Nora wants to nip that romance in the bud.
Nora throws a barbecue to celebrate an increase of 20,000 in the Comet's circulation; but the fire goes out when she learns that Les has been buying the additional copies himself.
Nora's chance to prove herself as a photographer doesn't develop into much, especially since a reporter for a competing magazine seems to know her every move.
A bald eagle finds its way to a tree outside Nora's bedroom window and doesn't know how endangered it is when its squawking keeps her awake all night.
It's the least wonderful time of the year; tax time, and Nora owes a bundle. So to earn some extra cash, she moonlights as a food server with a catering company.
We'll take parental guidance for $100, Alex. Les's dad shows up to run the Comet, and Nora's folks arrive so Fred can try out for ""Jeopardy!""
When Les assigns Nora to follow a celebrity to a health spa, she uncovers a nudist colony-and a couple of familiar faces.