As the second season begins, Blue (Jane Leeves) is plagued by an anonymous caller every night at 3 A.M.; and Sandy (Diana Canova) seeks a roommate so she can afford to rent a penthouse apartment.
During a health-spa weekend, the girls (Diana Canova, Maryedith Burrell) endure grueling exercise, sparse meals and the moodiness of a very anxious Blue (Jane Leeves), who awaits the results of a blood test for AIDS.
Sandy (Diana Canova) begins dating Wally, a fun-loving disc jockey (Fred McCarren) and Nick, a romantic architect (Shadoe Stevens), then has a tough time deciding which one she likes best.
Dreading middle-age, Blue (Jane Leeves) accidentally reveals that she is 27 years old, and Sandy (Diana Canova) leaks the secret to the whole office.
After a loud concert, Zach (Jonathan Prince) loses his hearing---and his heart to a nurse he meets at the doctor's office.
Sandy sets up a meeting with a very popular group that's looking for a new recording label, but isn't given any credit for signing them.
The staff attends the closing festivities of a popular nightclub where numerous rock-and-rollers got their start. During the party, a nostalgic Zach (Jonathan Prince) volunteers to pay the enormous operating expenses for four months.
Conclusion. As the closing festivities for the Firestation heat up, Zach (Jonathan Prince) desperately tries to raise the $80,000 he needs to save the club; and sparks fly when Sandy (Diana Canova) renews an old acquaintance.
Sandy convinces Zach to stage the comeback of former surf singer Bobby Catalina (Edd Byrnes)---but his reappearance makes few waves in the music world.
Zach (Jonathan Prince) stuns the staff when he announces that he's selling Throb, but Sandy's disappointment is short-lived after the new owners offer her a promotion. The new owners want to turn "Throb"-Records into a children's label and appoint Sandy as a manager.
At a party for singles over 30, Sandy (Diana Canova) finds romance with Edward, a charming 65-year-old (Robert King).
Sandy (Diana Canova) gets a surprise at her Christmas party when her ex-husband's family shows up, and Meredith (Maryedith Burrell) hits it off with her former brother-in-law.
When Mary, an important entertainment reporter (Jayne Kennedy-Overton) visits Throb Records, she gets the scoop on the staff from Sandy (Diana Canova).
When Eric, an old friend (Tony Carreiro) comes to New York to visit Zach (Jonathan Prince), the two organize a reunion of their band, Men Without Lips.
Sarah, a teenager (Tasha Scott) from Phil's church signs on with Throb records and has a hit rock single, then changes her tune and wants out of her contract.
Sandy and Meredith (Diana Canova, Maryedith Burrell) decide to write a self-help book entitled "Coping with Your Thirties," and before it's completed they're asked to be guests on a cable talk show.
While traveling through Lancaster, Pa., Blue (Jane Leeves) meets and charms an Amish man (Geof Prysirr), who follows her to New York City to propose.
For Jeremy's 13th-birthday party, Sandy (Diana Canova) hires a teeny-bopper band and a man who does balloon tricks---then discovers that her son's friends are all over 40.
A depressed Meredith (Maryedith Burrell) alarms Sandy (Diana Canova) when she cancels a date with Todd (Jonathan Perpich) and vows never to leave her apartment.
Sandy (Diana Canova) wants Jeremy to attend summer camp, but Jeremy wants to get a job so they compromise: Zach hires Jeremy as a gofer.
Sandy (Diana Canova) is pleasantly surprised by a dinner invitation from Neil, her ex (Lorry Goldman), who has become slimmer and more attractive. Peggy March sings "I Will Follow Him."
After a breakup with a boyfriend, Blue (Jane Leeves) becomes severely depressed and begins seeing a therapist (Sam Whipple).
Throb's new record with Skye Night is nominated for a World Music Award, and a thrilled Zach (Jonathan Prince) starts polishing his acceptance speech.
A usually off-key Sandy (Diana Canova) is hypnotized during a nightclub act and sings so well that Skye asks her to perform backup for his next single.