There Goes the Neighbors’ Hood – In the Season 2 finale, Larry finds out he’s pregnant, and must decide whether to stay on Earth or return to Zabvron. Meanwhile, Reggie mulls becoming a human; and the neighborhood has two new visitors.
All That Jazzy Jeff – Larry’s handsome brother, DJ Jazzy Jeff, arrives for a visit that he claims is strictly social, but he’s actually in cahoots with their father to bring the entire community back to Zabvron. Meanwhile, Amber confides in Debbie about her college boyfriend.
Close Encounters of the Bird Kind – Marty and Debbie love bowling in a new league on Friday nights, but Debbie’s awful performance puts Marty in a tough position when their teammates ask him to get rid of her. Meanwhile, Larry’s father sends an emissary to the colony to check out rumors that its inhabitants are becoming too Americanized.
Uncle Benjamin – The Weavers are invited to San Diego by Debbie’s estranged mother—who’s adopted a 10-year-old boy—but she’ll only agree to meet her new brother if Larry and Jackie can make the trip too. Meanwhile, Marty tries to rid Abby of her fear of the ocean.
A Night in (Lou Ferrigno’s Hibachi) Heaven – Marty plans a date night when he and Debbie feel like they’re in a rut, but it doesn’t work out how they’d imagined it. Meanwhile, Dick is smitten with a new babysitter.
Balle Balle! – Larry plans a Bollywood dance as a wedding gift when he’s invited to a traditional Indian ceremony by a coworker at the coffee shop, but Marty and Debbie worry about how it will be received.
Oscar Party – Debbie finally joins a popular social media outlet and starts friending her old friends from Bayonne. Because she and Marty have lost touch, the Weavers decide to throw an Oscar party and invite everyone to reconnect. When the Bird-Kersees hear about the festivities, they decide to make themselves indispensable to the Weavers by turning the house into the most lavish, over-the-top Oscar party.
You’ve Lost That Larry Feeling – Debbie hosts a study group with her college classmates, but can’t help acting like a mom instead of a peer. Meanwhile, Larry learns what it’s like to be jealous when he visits Jackie at work; and Amber and Reggie make a decision about their relationship.
Man, Actually – Debbie goes back to school but struggles to fend off a flirtatious professor. Meanwhile, Amber mourns her relationship with Reggie, who has emotional problems of his own when his and Larry’s Zabvronian male cycles are synchronized.
High School Reunion – A 25th high-school reunion for the Weavers comes with mixed emotions when Marty looks forward to getting his heavy-metal band back together for a performance at the event, while Debbie prepares for an encounter with her archenemy.