Sunday, June 20th, 2004
s1e1: It's a Dad, Dad World
Dr. Bindlebeep's parents, Lester and Louise receive a visit, from Arthur, Norma, and the kids. Since Arthur is his father's son, he goes back to acting like it. Unknown to Dr. Bindlebeep, his father is in very good shape, better than him. He exercises regularly to stay like this. They play touch football, and Lester is injured. Arthur was acting like the son, but roles have switched when his father begins taking over the role of son, from his injury.
Tuesday, June 22nd, 2004
s1e2: Take My Daughter... Please
Dr. Bindlebeep and Norma are awakened in the middle of the night by a bear in their garage. As animal control officers set about removing the bear, they realize their car is gone. Just after reporting the car stolen, the two discover that their daughter Angie is missing from her room. The mystery is solved moments later, when police officers return Angie to the house. It seems that high school student, James, had talked Angie into slipping out and taking the car. The incident prompts, Dr. Bindlebeep and Norma into discussing peer pressure with Angie.
Tuesday, June 29th, 2004
Dr. Bindlebeep looks forward to a Saturday alone and some golden ""privacy."" However, all plans are disrupted when the Wrangler comes by to catch a pesky rodent. Elkins, the noisy neighbor, barges in to watch his NASCAR racing. Katherine comes home with her little friend, Molly. Angie and her friends decide to practice singing in the living room. Dr. Bindlebeep isn't too pleased and demands everyone out of his house.
Tuesday, July 6th, 2004
s1e4: The Lyin' King
Dr. Bindlebeep prepares to give a speech about truth in the media that evening and uses his captive family audience at the breakfast table to practice the speech and to preach about truth in general. Of course, Dr. Bindlebeep leaves out the fact that he sneaks donuts, during his morning walks and therefore often lies to Norma. In any event, the family is sent off with a lecture on telling the truth, but Roy apparently doesn't listen. Driven by his desire to see a PG-13 movie, the twelve year-old tells a series of lies that sink him deeper and deeper into deception. While he does manage to see the movie, he realizes the consequences of lying can be far greater, than it might seem.
Tuesday, July 13th, 2004
s1e5: Won't You Be My Neighbor?
Dr. Bindlebeep gives great fatherly advice, about not judging others and giving them a chance. However, when a new neighbor moves next door he just can't seem to hear his own guidance. Dr. Bindlebeep spies on the prospective neighbors and offers general information about the neighborhood.
Tuesday, July 20th, 2004
s1e6: It's Your Birthday
It's Dr. Bindlebeep's birthday and just to make sure he gets something nice, he slips each of the kids a little extra money for his gift. All seems well as the family heads off to the mall to shop for Dr. Bindlebeep's presents. Just as Angie is about to buy her father a very nice fountain pen, to add to his pen collection. James, the most popular guy in high school strolls into the store and says he'll take Angie to a concert that night if she buys the tickets. Angie doesn't have enough money for a nice present and concert tickets. What will she use the money for?
Tuesday, September 21st, 2004
s1e7: Alarming Situation
Arthur Bindlebeep has a new alarm system for his home security, but it keeps on going off. The phone, alarm company, and an electrician can't find anything wrong with it. To solve the problem, Norma Bindlebeep gets the electrician, the phone company worker, and alarm company man to work together to fix the problem and they succeed. In the amusing ending, the dog kept setting off the alarm.
Tuesday, September 28th, 2004
s1e8: Balancing the Books
Norma's boss is selling the book store where she works, so she decides that she wants to buy the book store herself. She has 12 hours to raise enough money to buy the book store. Her entire family donates their money, to help pay for the book store. She doesn't quit raising enough money. The man who is planning on buying it, decides to give her the business, out of the kindness of his heart. She says that Norma has the potential to be a great business women.
Tuesday, October 5th, 2004
s1e9: Dog Day Afternoon
When Norma has an all day meeting, she asks Dr. Bindlebeep to take over her responsibilities. These responsibilities include, feeding the kids breakfast and taking Guinness, the family dog, for a lunchtime walk. Unfortunately for Dr. Bindlebeep, Guinness takes off and disappears. As the family searches for the missing Guinness, they reminisce about all the great times they had with him and realize how they have taken him for granted. Indeed, Guinness is not just a dog. He is a Bindlebeep. Eventually, Guinness returns home to a very warm reception.
Tuesday, October 12th, 2004
s1e10: Am I Still Grounded?
Angie isn't doing well in school, so Dr. Bindlebeep hires a tutor. When Angie doesn't go to the tutor, Angie is grounded. Later, Angie gives Dr. Bindlebeep a perfectly reasonable excuse for not being at the tutor. Arthur feels bad about not trusting Angie and removes the punishment.
Tuesday, November 23rd, 2004
s1e11: Family Table
The episode begins with Arthur and his father taking a jog through the park. Arthur's father reminds him about the family dinners, they would have, that never really turned out as a family dinner. The father decides that they should have a family dinner, again. Arthur makes a proposal with his father that he will bring his family as one to sit at the table and eat dinner, if Arthur wins Also, instead of jogging in the park, they would walk. If Lester won, Arthur would bring him to a sea dinner. Arthur prepares for the meal, and lets his family know about the plans. The family supports their father/husband, by showing up at the dinner, even when they were doing something else.
Wednesday, December 15th, 2004
s1e12: Love Me Due
Valentine's Day is celebrated by the Bindlebeeps, including Arthur, who shops for a special gift to knock Norma off her feet.
Sunday, February 6th, 2005
s1e13: It's a Roy's Life
Roy has a crush on a girl at his school named Gina Antonelle. Arthur and Norma want to know more about Roy and his crush, so they ask Angie to find out more info about it. While he is getting closer to Gina he neglects his other friend. Eventually Roy discovers Gina has a boyfriend, which causes him to feel a little sad.
Tuesday, May 31st, 2005
s2e1: The Second Family
Tuesday, May 17th, 2005
s2e2: Behind Open Doors
Arthur jumps to conclusions when he finds a boy in Angie's room.
Tuesday, May 24th, 2005
s2e3: Truth or Scare
Roy and Arthur can't seem to admit things to each other such as Roy getting a 'D' on his report card and Arthur smashing his bike with the car.
Tuesday, May 31st, 2005
s2e4: The Second Family
Angie and John Kurtz are paired up in a mock marriage for social studies class. Not only does he annoy Angie but Arthur and friends.
Tuesday, June 7th, 2005
s2e5: The New Kid In Town
After a boy sets Angie up Arthur tries to make match makers only to make things worse by Angie thinking none of the guys are attracted to her!
Tuesday, June 14th, 2005
s2e6: A Star Is Flunked
Due to Arthur flunking a star foot ball player he may cause him to miss the big game against arch rival Jefferson!
Tuesday, June 21st, 2005
s2e7: The Other Brother
Norma's lazy brother arrives for a short visit, but he steals Arthur's thunder at every turn.