Jake gets injured on the job by falling through a sun roof while chasing after a perp. His broken ribs, fractured thumb, injured tailbone, bruised bladder, injured ankle and shattered toe force him to follow the case from his desk, but when he refuses to take it easy and only hurts himself even worse, and is thus forced to take time off from the force.
Author Lisa Fernandes
Gene creates his own band, the Itty Bitty Ditty Committee – comprised of himself (on keyboard, natch), Tina, Louise (both on soda cup and straw), Regular Sized Rudy (on cymbals), Peter Pescadaro (on electrified recorder) and Darryl (on vocals).
Jay – who’s more than feeling his age thanks to a terrible picture on his bulk warehouse store membership card - agrees to fill in for Cam on his bowling team for a crucial championship game, not realizing the league is for LGBTQ members only.
Inspired by The Princess Bride (which Adam has seen 237 times) and with a yen to look like a professional swordsman in his home-made movies, Adam decides to join the school fencing team, feign an injury and then take the swords for props.
The voyage gets even more dangerous for the whole crew with radio contact cut off from the OR and the gang under pressure to make it from the good doctor’s foot to his tear duct and laser his clot before they return to normal size.
Jay’s birthday arrives, and the family tries to decide how to best surprise him and show their appreciation for his existence.
Dismayed by Erica’s choice to postpone college by spending $200 on a demo tape to better pursue a singing career, Beverly is supportive to Erica’s face…and behind her back freaks out and pushes Murray to talk their daughter into staying in school. But instead of being a dream smoosher, Murray becomes a dream pusher, and both parents refuse to break Erica’s heart and look like the bad guy, then try to pawn the responsibility onto someone else.
The gang is assigned by the CIA to fly to a top-secret mission in a top-secret laboratory in Phoenix. The target: Dr. Zoltan Kovacs, a scientist involved in a top secret invention that will perfect the process of molecular miniaturization.
All three Belcher kids are stuck together doing a Saturday morning detention. Alongside Zeke, Jimmy Junior, Tammy, and Jocelyn, they’re punished for a brawl that occurs when Tina makes the mistake of wearing the same bracelet as Tammy, Zeke gets involved, Jocelyn panics and pulls the fire alarm and Jimmy Junior squirts them all with a fire extinguisher.