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Norman and Madelyn get closer as they spend time together in Santa Barbara. When Sandy meets Mindy's boyfriend, he discovers they have a lot in common.
The episode was rated 7,94 from 224 votes.
An accident forces Sandy to come clean with Mindy. After visiting Eileen's grave, Phoebe tries to make amends with Norman, but it doesn't go well.
The episode was rated 7,86 from 209 votes.
Despite Norman's prodding, Sandy remains reluctant to share some important news with Mindy. Norman and Madelyn come to an understanding.
The episode was rated 7,84 from 216 votes.
Sandy urges Norman to make a grand gesture for Madelyn. After Martin experiences a medical episode, Sandy decides to have a complete checkup.
The episode was rated 7,76 from 212 votes.
Sandy has concerns about the man Mindy's dating. Norman starts seeing an old flame. Sandy tries to give his class a dose of truth about the acting life.
The episode was rated 7,76 from 247 votes.
Interactions with two women have Sandy contemplating his changing libido. Norman tries to reconcile with both Phoebe and Madelyn.
The episode was rated 7,75 from 219 votes.
Sandy helps Norman organize an event with complicated arrangements and invites Lisa on an unusual date. Norman is a hit with Sandy's class.
The episode was rated 7,75 from 408 votes.
As Norman contemplates retiring, an unexpected visitor has him considering his spiritual life. Sandy dislikes changes Mindy is making at the studio.
The episode was rated 7,75 from 207 votes.
Norman contemplates a financial arrangement with Sandy. Sandy tries to smooth things over with Lisa. Mindy helps her father with his tax situation.
The episode was rated 7,68 from 328 votes.
Mindy's not thrilled with her dad and boyfriend's growing friendship. Norman's daughter leaves rehab, returning home while Madelyn is visiting.
The episode was rated 7,68 from 219 votes.
Norman has lunch with a widowed friend of Eileen's. Sandy and Norman attend a Parkinson's fundraiser. Norman is haunted by women from his past.
The episode was rated 7,64 from 310 votes.
Norman worries he may have made the wrong decision about Phoebe. Sandy wants to take his relationship with Lisa to the next level.
The episode was rated 7,61 from 346 votes.
Sandy contends with a worsening prostate problem and conflict between his students. Norman deals with his troubled daughter.
The episode was rated 7,60 from 357 votes.
Norman and Sandy drive Phoebe to rehab, then spend the night at a casino. Sandy faces a financial quandary and learns he's angered Lisa.
The episode was rated 7,59 from 328 votes.
As Sandy gets to know a new student better, he puts off visiting an old friend who wants to see him. Norman copes with a difficult issue at home.
The episode was rated 7,53 from 477 votes.
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