The Fab Five will reflect on the groundbreaking series, unveil behind-the-scenes secrets and discuss how their lives have changed since the series ended.
The Fab Five open their fifth and final season with a “Straight Guy Pageant” hosted by Susan Lucci in which past 25 straight guys return to see who stayed fab---or went back to drab. Categories include presence and poise; lifestyle and fitness; and artistic expression.
An online romance comes to the fore when the Fab Five come to the rescue of a small-town man named Eric, who met city woman Tracie on an Internet dating service. Carson and Co. try to spruce Eric up for his first face-to-face meeting with Tracie.
Teachers Phil, Julie and 7 year old son Harrison are not quite what you would call an average family. From their mullet and Jesus hairstyles, to their monster truck obsession, to Phil's huge collection of everything from animal skulls to toy aliens, this family enjoy being unique. But everything has its limit, and Julie feels her family have reached theirs. Although she loves how close their family is, she doesn't love their long working hours, the clutter overwhelming their home, or the little time she has with her husband. So she's called in the Fab Five to help them grow up and start taking care of each other, before Phil's collections bury them alive!
Larry R is the only non-musically inclined member of his music-obsessed family; his wife Diana plays the piano, sings and teaches singing, his son Larry Jr. sings and plays guitar and drums, his oldest daughter Danielle sings and is a musical theater major, and his youngest daughter Katie plays the saxophone and is a self proclaimed theatre geek. They are the 21st Century Partridge Family -- but poor old Dad just doesn't fit in. His family wish he'd embrace their way of life, but office supply manager Larry insists art doesn't pay the bills, and as the kids are approaching college age, he wants them to settle down and think about 'real' career options. The Fab Five try to bring harmony to this troubled family.
Ronnie B is a senior in high school, and the most popular guy in school. And he's earned it: a straight A student, the captain of the football team and all round jock, and generally a well-liked all round Mr Nice Guy. The Fab Five reward all his hard work by throwing him the ultimate Senior Prom.
The Fab Five serve up some hip tips to Ryan Vause, an upscale cook and real-life Mr. Mom, who cares for his two children and does household chores during the day. The episode comes with a role-switching twist, as the Fab Five flip-flop responsibilities.
The Fab Five are fired up. They must remodel a motorcycle-riding New York City fire marshal named Wayne. The divorced dad plans to participate in a motorcycle-themed charity event to raise money for firefighters' families.
Jeff has been living the hard drinking, hard partying lifestyle for a long time now, but he's reached the point where he feels he's ready to move on to the next stage of his life and settle down. But first he has to convince girlfriend Faith that he's mature and ready for married life -- with a little help from the fabulous five and a fabulous wedding proposal.
The Fab Five makeover the executive director of 'Rock the Boat,' an environmental youth development charity, in time for the launch of their latest project.
Willy is an aging ex-heavy metal rocker and the father of four, living in Queens with his girlfriend and their toddler son. They are preparing for Willy's teenage son Nathan to move in with them.
The Good: Willy works at the Queens Theater at Flushing Meadows Park and is in a 40's style band. Nathan is a keen drummer and has performed with his father. Their love of music had always been a bond between them, and they hope it will bring them closer together once Nathan moves in.
The Bad: Willy lives in a small three-bedroom apartment, and Nathan's room is empty and unwelcoming, which will not make leaving his home and his mother any easier.
The Fab Five step in to create a warm home environment that all four of them can live comfortably in, and to help Willy build the happy family of his dreams.