Louie suspects his wife wants another baby when she suddenly tries to seduce him, and Walter balks at Louie's friendly gestures.
Louie has to be more careful what he wishes for when Kim demands an encore performance in the bedroom; Walter is upset with Ellen's new hobby.
After Kim's troubling encounter with a mugger, there's no rest for Louie when he's turned into the first line of defense.
Kim's plans for a July 4th bash are dashed when Louie uses her shopping money to make a dumb impulse purchase.
Kim worries about an out-of-shape Louie's health, but the diet restrictions she imposes on him are hard to digest.
With his daughter away, Louie looks forward to a romantic weekend with Kim, but his bad memory ruins his plans.
Louie and Kim seek help from Walter when their daughter's behavior takes an abrupt turn for the worse.
Although Louie and Kim want another child, welcoming Mike and Tina's defiant daughter into their home is not what they had in mind.
Louie abdicates his parental responsibilities when he leaves his ailing daughter's side to attend a college-basketball game, and further complicates matters by getting into trouble on the way home with Mike.
Louie has to atone for ignoring his daughter's illness, but his revelations in confession are probably not what his wife had in mind.
Kim orchestrates a raise for Louie at the muffler shop, though he manages to turn the gesture into an offer he can refuse.
Kim and Louie's marriage faces an unusual test when they search for a reason to stay together.