Becker finds out that Reggie inherits her father's diner. He also has a young patient that is dealing with HIV.
Becker makes a house call after a patient has a bad reaction to his bedside manner. There, he must convince Mr. Marino that his diabetes caused a minor heart attack that needs to be consistently monitored. However, Mr. Marino is convinced that Becker is trying to somehow scam him.
Despite an effort to avoid them, Becker has a hard time avoiding sexual innuendo that follows him throughout the day, all making him well aware of his lack of a sex life.
Becker and Jake see obvious signs that Reggie is upset about something, but she refuses to tell them what is bothering her. Margaret is trying to make an arrangement with the medical supplier, because the practice's cashflow isn't going too well. When the deal falls apart, one of Becker's patients offers his help.
Becker is asked on a blind date. Though he originally declines, he eventually agrees but ends up not going with his first reaction. Reggie also has a date with her new boyfriend as she tries to figure out if there's anything that he doesn't see in a positive way and ends up scaring him off.
Becker tries to make a new friend, but has a hard time doing so. Meanwhile, Margaret has the flu leaving Linda in charge for the day.
Becker is moodier than usual after a flickering streetlight keeps him up all night. The city refuses to fix the light, leading Becker to take matters into his own hands.
Becker once again goes on a rant about society, leading to a fight between him and Reggie. Later, Becker must ask her for help when he hurts his back and cannot get off of the floor of his apartment.
Reggie tells everyone that she has an extra ticket to the hockey game and Jake and Becker vie to be the lucky guest to go with Reggie.
A reporter sees Becker argue with a man at a diner and marks Becker's comments as "politically incorrect," sparking a local controversy fueled by the reporter's editorial.
Becker agrees to write an article for a journal, but has trouble actually following through on the project when he has constant interruptions throughout the day.
As Valentine's Day nears, Becker fails to see the beauty of love when he sees a woman stab her husband with a fork. Later, a teenager comes in wanting a vasectomy, a woman arrives who is allergic to roses and Linda gets together with and breaks it off with a new man all within a few hours.
Fred, Becker's estranged father, makes a surprise visit, much to Becker's chagrin. However, everyone else become instantly charmed by Fred's easygoing and friendly personality.
Becker treats a patient who believes he is communicating directly with God.
Sandra, Becker's ex-wife, is in town for a book signing, leading Becker to confront her about her new self-help book, "Angry Man."
A patient's mother asks Becker to watch her children for the day. He agrees, but soon pushes the duties of child care off on Margaret and Linda.
Becker's computer is stolen and the insurance company will only pay him enough to buy a keyboard leading him to reach out to shady sources to buy another.
A stray cat makes its way into Becker's office and refuses to leave. When the cat falls ill, Becker is forced to take care of it, and it soon racks up a $1,500 bill.
Barry, Becker's cousin, invites him over for dinner and sees for himself the serious marital problems Barry and his wife are having.
Becker agrees to take Reggie, Margaret, Jake and Linda to various appointments in Queens. However, his erratic driving makes them wish they had never asked for his help.
Becker has one of his luckiest days ever: he lands a prime parking space, receives his tax refund, and has a quick trip to the post office. However, despite his recent luck, he remains leary of each good event.
Becker is worried that Reggie will get the wrong idea if he asks her to go with him to a fundraiser, so he sets out to find someone else to accompany him to the event.
After saving a woman's life, Becker believes that she has become his stalker.
After quitting smoking, John picks up another addiction.
When Becker learns his patient is dating Reggie, he lends him some dating advise. Meanwhile, Linda tries to mentor a child with behavioral issues.
After Linda quits, Becker and Margaret learn how valuable she is to the office. Meanwhile, when a homeless man is at the diner, his prensence sparks interesting conversation.
As Reggie dates her high school crush, Becker becomes upset when he learns of an old friend's recent success.
Becker and Reggie are stranded in Buffalo when their flight to Chicago is delayed due to bad weather.
After getting phone calls from a woman he doesn't know, Becker finally has an encounter with her.
Becker is shot in the shoulder while trying to help Jake after Jake is robbed at gun point.
While recovering from the shooting, Becker must put up with his neighbors. Meanwhile, Margaret and Linda must find a temporary doctor while Becker is out.
Becker catches Elizabeth in a lie and begins to question everyone's honesty.
Jake's former best friend and person that caused his blindness returns to town wanting Jake's forgiveness.
Becker ends up spending Christmas Eve in the morgue while he tries to identify a man who died while in his office. Meanwhile, Reggie gets ready for her Christmas party.
When Margaret takes time off from work, Becker and Linda have to deal with a bad day at the office without her.
A rumor is started that Becker is suffering from a terminal illness.
Becker must undergo anger management classes after he verbally assaults two police officers. Meanwhile, Bob's mother kicks him out of the retirement home.
Everyone believes Becker is going through a mid-life crisis after he buys a motorcycle.
Becker's girlfriend pressures him into hosting a dinner party.
After receiving a faulty charge on his telephone bill, he has to fight the phone company to take it off. Meanwhile, Bob produces a set of inspirational tapes.
After accidentially leaving a bad phone message, Becker tries desperately to delete it before the person listens to it.
Becker and Linda both receive jury duty.
Jake ponders breaking up with a woman when he learns she too is blind.
Becker and a priest go head-to-head over religion. Meanwhile, Reggie, Jake and Bob venture into online investments.
Becker's fear of commitment is put to the test when Liz threatens to leave.
Reggie suffers a panic attack when thinking about her future; Becker becomes friends with a prostitute.
Becker tries to watch a movie, but his plan is twice interrupted. Meanwhile, Margaret believes Louis is cheating.
Bob is named the super in his building; Linda falls for her new neighbor.
Becker throws everyone off when he changes is routine.
Becker begins to hate his job when a boy he's mentoring tells him his job is boring.
Becker compiles a long list of suspect when his office is broken in to.
Becker faces a moral dilemma when his married high school sweetheart arrives in town and the two have a romantic encounter.
An incident at work causes Becker to question his morals.
Becker decides to quit smoking, but the day does not go right for him.
After crashing into a Christmas display, Becker injures his back.
Margaret has an X-rated dream about Becker.
Becker has body issues when he dates a younger woman.
Becker receives the ashes of a man in a will, but he cannot remember who the man was.
Becker unwittingly finds himself on a gay cruise.
Becker is blinded by love after his college sweetheart leaves her husband to be with Becker.
Becker is asked to give a graduation speech.
Jake's grandmother irks off Becker.
Reggie's psychology class experiment shows Becker gives better treatment to beautiful women than his other patients.
Becker inadvertently learns that Linda and Reggie are dating the same person.
Becker accidentally gives away information about his godson to the boy's father.
Becker suffers from insomnia after his TV breaks down.
Becker is saddened when his favorite professor doesn't remember him.
Reggie and the others work to prove to Becker that little people are not bad luck.
Becker confronts the man, Vinny DeLuca, who is suing him for malpractice.
Becker heads to court to dispute Vinny DeLuca, who is suing him for malpractice.
Becker heads to a tell all psychology therapy session.
Special Guest Stars: Rhea Perlman
as Dr. Katherine Simmons |
Becker once again decides to quit smoking, which results in a nasty attitude.
Jake gets married only 24 hours after meeting his future wife.
Becker gets conned by a man posing as a homeless person.
Reggie gives Becker dating advice that wind up hurting more than helping.
Becker takes pills to help him sleep through a procedure after hurting his shoulder.
While out around town, Becker and Linda end up losing Jake.
Reggie and her friend's husband make a connection.
Laura leaves Becker for a different committed relationship.
Reggie bands the group together to help a child during Christmas.
The gang blames a horiscope for their terrible day.
Reggie believes Becker's recently divorced man is "the one."
Becker is pressured to give his staff free medical care.
Becker is invited to his ex-wife's wedding.
Bob tells Becker that Jake's girlfriend has a crush on him.
Becker is invited to a school to talk to kids about nutrition; however, the conversation with the kids soon turns into a sex talk.
Becker is published by a prestigious medical journal, but the photo next to the article is not that of Becker.
Becker helps a mute patient speak, but instantly regrets it when the man is nothing but rude.
Reggie becomes preoccupied with help Jake achieve his childhood dream.
Bob requests help from a friend in getting a cheap freezer for Reggie.
Becker is paranoid that his neighbor is messing with his things.
Everyone forces Becker into having a party after he receives packages of steaks.
Becker is upset that his neighbor is leaving, which makes Reggie jealous.
Reggie begins to believe that Becker had true feelings for his neighbor who is moving away.
Becker must make a tough decision between Reggie and Chris.
Becker tries everything in his power to make Chris believe that he chose her before Reggie decided to leave.
Rising tensions between Becker and Chris threaten their friendship.
Becker checks in with a former patient.
Becker tries to charm Chris by inviting her to his place; instead, she brings a date.
Rumors circulate that Chris is gay.
A new patient schedules several appointments with Becker, each under a different alias.
After being too kind to a person, Chris begins to lose control.
When Jake recognizes a man's voice at a hockey game as being that of a robber, he has Becker put him under citizen's arrest.
Chris is jealous when Becker spends Christmas with his girlfriend.
Margaret is upset when Becker fails to recognize that she's worked for 10 years with him.
Becker is stunned when his 15-year-old patient admits to having unprotected sex.
Becker assumes his college roommate stole his prescription pad.
Becker is skeptical when a patient's symptoms clear up after praying.
Becker is annoyed by a woman who tries to pay him back.
Linda begins to think Becker has a problem with drugs after he acts strangely.
Becker learns he has a smoking problem after Chris bans smoking.
Amanda leaves Jake a shocking letter.
Becker is jolted by a palm reader when she flees the room without revealing what she read.
Becker's advice turns out to be poor when he tries to help a couple trying to have a baby.
Becker becomes jealous when Chris's ex-husband visits.
Becker admits to Margaret that he has been having dreams about kissing Chris.
Becker and Chris get together after she has to undergo an apendectomy. Meanwhile, Jake must find something to sell in order to pay his rent.
Becker has to go to a medical emergency while he is on his first date with Chris.
Jake's grandmother passes away in a compromising position, causing Becker to hesistate in telling Jake.
Becker and Chris become sexually frustrated after several failed attempts to take their relationship to the next level.
Becker creates a list of boundaries for Chris after she begins to smother him.
Chris is worried when Becker doesn't talk to her about his day.
The gang second guesses their choice to invite Chris's sister to Thanksgiving when they learn she did time for cutting off her husband's finger in a fit of rage.
When odd people begin to invade Becker's office, Margaret learns a half-way house was shut down.
A beautiful woman whispers in Becker's ear during a flight to Las Vegas.
Margaret is feeling down in the dumps after finding out that an old friend has become very wealthy. The city is in an uproar to get the flu shot.
Chris tries to convince Becker to go to Bermuda during a cold front in New York City.
After a long day at work, Dr. Becker goes to meet an old friend and his wife with whom he is supposed to go to dinner with. The only trouble is, he meets an elderly lady on the subway, and takes her all the way to Ground Zero, unfortunately missing his dinner date. Chris, however, has to deal with Becker's friend and rude wife, while at the office Linda seems to have deleted some important files off the computer.
A patient fails to bother Becker while Jake leaves his newsstand.