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Season 2

14 :02x01 - Sherman, Woman and Child

On the Second season opener, Jay falls in love with his personal assistant Alice (voice of Park Overall), who happens to be a single mother, whose daughter is named Penny. Alice helps Jay improve his show by giving him useful tips that make his show lots better.
Guest Stars: Sam McMurray as Cyrus Thompkins | Rhea Perlman as Ardeth
Director: Bret Haaland

15 :02x02 - Siskel & Ebert & Jay & Alice

On this episode, Gene Siskel (a real life film critic) chooses Jay as Roger Ebert's replacement, following the pair's breakup. Siskel and Ebert supply their own voices, as do Gene Shalit and Rex Reed.
Guest Stars: Gene Siskel as Himself | Roger Ebert as Himself | Gene Shalit as Himself | Rex Reed as Himself
Writer: Jon Vitti

16 :02x03 - Lady Hawke

On this episode, Alice opposes Jay's budding romance with Jeremy's sister, when Jeremy sister, Olivia Newton Hawke, visits New York. Jay then has to decide who he really loves.
Guest Stars: Queen Latifah as Herself | Ricki Lake as Herself | Morwenna Banks as Olivia
Director: Rich Moore

17 :02x04 - A Song for Margo

Margo's in heaven when she dates a rock star. The relationship then goes sour after Margo finds him with another girl. In a sub-plot, Alice tries to find a preschool for her daughter, Penny.
Guest Stars: Todd Louiso as Johnny | Jimmy Breslin as Himself
Director: Tom Mazzocco

18 :02x05 - From Chunk to Hunk

Jay becomes a casualty in the battle of the bulge, when he and his son attend a weight-loss camp. Jay doesn't lose any wait, while Marty does loose a ton of wait, which makes him allot more self confident, and gets him a role in the school play. This causes him to feel that his new found look to be right; Jay, in a sub plot is receiving death threats from an angry actor, which Jay gave a bad review of.
Guest Stars: Tress MacNeille as Julie | Rhea Perlman as Rhea Perlman

19 :02x06 - All the Duke's Men

Duke gets the idea to run for president of the United States. So then Duke hires Jay as his speechwriter. Jay decides not to ask or tell the truth as he is Duke's speech writer for Presidential campaign. In a related sub plot, Marty becomes school president after Jay helped him out.
Guest Stars: June Lockhart as Herself
Director: Chuck Sheetz

20 :02x07 - Sherman of Arabia

When Jay's son, Marty, throws a slumber party, Alice thinks its too "New Yorkie" for her daughter; So Jay decides to tell the tail when Jay was in the Golf War. Like the time when he was captured, then rescued and then wondered the desert for days without food or water.
Guest Stars: Tress MacNeille as Other Characters and a Boy at Marty's party
Director: Brian Sheesley

21 :02x08 - Frankie and Ellie Get Lost

Franklin and Eleanor (Jay's parents) celebrate their 40th anniversary by going off on a vacation. As they are on there way, their plane crashes on a deserted island. Margo and Jay find out about their parents sudden disappearance and discover their parent’s last will and testaments, which entitles Jay their entire fortune. Jay decides to put to use by cleaning up New York.
Director: David Cutler

22 :02x09 - Dukerella

Miranda visits her sister Alice. This makes Alice feel uncomfortable. Miranda looks for work in New York. So she gets a job at "Mattress in an Hour". When everybody is invited to a party held by Duke, Miranda falls in love with him. But she gets shy because of a small wrinkle she has. She then runs out on Duke at midnight, so then Duke sets of to find the woman who fits her slipper. When Duke thinks its Doris, Jay has to find a way to get Duke and Miranda reunited.
Director: Bret Haaland
Writer: Ken Keeler

23 :02x10 - I Can't Believe It's a Clip Show

Jay hosts his tenth anniversary show live from Carnegie Hall, where he shows movie clips from past episodes like "Rabbi P.I.", and many others. Jay's anniversary show at the Carnegie Hall gets held hostage by terrorists, who threaten to blow up the place with a bomb tied to Jay's waist.
Guest Stars: Kareem Abdul-Jabbar as Himself | Milton Berle as Himself
Classification: Animation
Genre: Adult Cartoons | Celebrities | Comedy
Status: Canceled/Ended
Network: FOX ( USA)
Runtime: 30 Minutes
Premiere: January 26, 1994
Ended: May 21, 1995
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