Jeff introduces Pink Lady to America; Sherman Hemsley banters and appears in a few sketches; Blondie's music video for "Shayla" gets some exposure; Bert Parks sings a song; there's a montage of Hollywood-themed skits; and Mie and Kei perform "Boogie Wonderland," "Stop. In the Name of Love," "You've Got a Friend," "Don't Stop" and "Knock on Wood."
Mie and Kei present Jeff with a special robe; Larry Hagman has a chat; Sid Caesar makes his first appearance as Mie and Kei's father and he also dons tights for a ballet skit; Donny Osmond sings with the girls; there's a tribute to New York, and Jeff finds an unexpected trio of guests in the hot tub.
Pink Lady performs their hit song "U.F.O.;" Jeff stars in a Presidential address concerning the energy crisis; Greg Evigan performs; Mie and Kei attend a party at The Playboy Mansion; tabloids are lampooned in a "Cheapshot Magazine" skit; there's a tribute to Chicago, and the cast shares the hot tub with Playboy centerfolds.
Lorne Greene stops by to flirt with the girls; Jeff sends Boomer the dog to the bank; Florence Henderson sings a patriotic medley; Sid Caesar portrays a boxer as well as an overwhelmed Japanese father on his daughters' wedding day; Blondie's "Eat to the Beat" music video is showcased; and Mie and Kei don tuxedos to join Jeff in the hot tub.
Pink Lady performs "Monster"; Jeff turns to a computer dating service for an unusual date; Johnny Carson is replaced and Red Buttons visits a horrifying hospital in "Cheapshot Magazine"; Abe Lincoln's second inauguration is featured; Jerry Lewis sings a short song and reveals the story behind it; Alice Cooper premieres his new wave hit "Clones"; and Mie and Kei refuse to get in the hot tub due to local shark sightings.
Byron Allen performs stand-up and appears as a TV reverend; Sid Caesar's Papasan dines with his new sons-in-law; there's a spoof of "Dragnet"; Pink Lady performs with both Roy Orbison and Bobby Vinton; and Mie and Kei decide to sell the hot tub.