H Is for Hostile Takeover – Andrew discovers he’s easily swayed by those around him, especially Stu and Zelda. Meanwhile, Andrew confronts Big Bird about a business strategy, but his efforts backfire; and Andrew seeks a new hobby.
Is for Ectoplasm – Andrew and Zelda ditch their individual haunted holiday traditions to throw a joint Halloween bash, but their decision leaves their best friends Stu and Stephie feeling betrayed. Meanwhile, Big Bird looks for an opportunity to promote Wallflower; and Henry invites musician Ray Parker Jr. to a company party.
D Is for Debbie – Zelda struggles to decide whether or not to invite Andrew to a family funeral. Elsewhere, Stu and Stephie try to catch a musician’s eye; and Big Bird looks to cut back at Wallflower.
C Is for Curiouser and Curiouser – Andrew and Zelda research each other on the Internet and uncover awkward surprises. Meanwhile, Big Bird tries to discern what her coworkers really think of her; and Stu advises Stephie on finding the perfect date online.
B Is for Big Glory – Andrew goes on a date with a coworker while he sorts through his feelings for Zelda. Meanwhile, Big Bird stresses her intolerance of office romances and asks the workers to test the company’s new app.
A is for Acquaintances – Zelda is sent to Andrew’s work, after a computer glitch. Even though the pair are very different, sparks fly at the internet dating service he works at.