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Still Standing is a comedy about a blue-collar Chicago couple working to raise their three children responsibly and not lose sight of their own youthfulness. After 18 years of marriage, high school sweethearts Bill and Judy Miller still make each other laugh and try to keep their marriage intact, even when their family pulls them in different directions. Judy's married sister, Linda, butts heads with Bill, and the Millers' precocious teenage daughter, Lauren, thinks her parents are uncool. Meanwhile, their uptight, studious son, Brian, is discovering girls, and their youngest child, Tina, would prefer to run around naked. In addition to spending time with his family, Bill spends a good deal of time with his best friend, Danny Fitzsimmons, who is working to raise his own son, who happens to be gay. Since Bill has a far more immature approach to marriage and raising children than Judy does, they work at striking a balance and remembering why they love each other, quirks and all.
Bill and Judy are worried that Lauren may be depressed after a doctor tells them she needs to see a therapist.
A lesbian couple (Justine Bateman, Julia Campbell) move in next door to the Millers and become upset when their 16-year-old son's grades drop after he starts dating Lauren. Ed: Rodney Dangerfield. Chris: Sean Marquette.
Linda starts treating her latest loser boyfriend (James Patrick Stuart) more like a feline than a man after her cat dies, much to Bill and Judy's dismay.
Bill gets caught up in a fantasy card game in which players pretend to be wizards and warlocks after he learns that Brian is a champion player; Judy starts spending time with Fitz now that Linda is engaged and doesn't have much time for her.
Bill and Judy are determined to come up with an item to auction off at a school fund-raiser that will bring in more money than the one from their wealthy neighbors.
Judy learns that Bill is secretly a great cook, but he tries to hide it so he won't have to make meals for the family.
Judy fears that she'll die before Bill does after learning that she has high cholesterol, so she pours out her heart to him in a letter and wants him to do the same, much to his dismay.
Louise (Sally Struthers) is lonely with her boyfriend out of town, so she tries to coax Bill into spending some quality mother-son time together. Bill's left off the hook, though, after Judy unwittingly agrees to accompany Louise on a weeklong cruise. Waiter: Jonathan Williams. Betty: Lucy Lee Flippin.
Bill and Judy offer conflicting dating advice to Brian, who is considering breaking up with his current girlfriend to make a move on her best friend. Also, Tina retaliates against Linda for scaring her.
Bill lies to Judy about who's to blame for messing up a video of Tina's ballet recital with close-up footage of Tina's good-looking dance instructor (Andrea De Oliveira). Meanwhile, Linda and Brian spend their free time together going to the theater.
Bill and Judy are concerned that the neighbor boy, Chris (Sean Marquette), is moving too fast in his relationship with Lauren. But after a heart-to-heart with the kid, they discover it's their daughter who's the romantic aggressor.
On a father-daughter outing to the mall, Bill and Lauren agree to lie to Judy about spending quality time together, then split up to do their own things. Meanwhile, Judy's decision to try on Linda's wedding dress turns out to be a really bad one.
Bill and Linda become unlikely allies when they both become fed up with Judy's know-it-all attitude. Trouble is, by following Bill's relationship advice, Linda may have jeopardized her plans to marry Perry (James Patrick Stuart). Meanwhile, Lauren offers Brian fashion tips so that he can impress a girl at school.
Brian, Lauren and their friends are caught sneaking beers, so to set a good example, Bill and Judy join other parents who've vowed not to drink alcohol for a month.
Fitz (Joel Murray) doesn't seem to enjoy bachelorhood nearly as much as Bill and Judy enjoy hanging out at his singles pad. Meanwhile, Linda continuously gets duped into taking care of Brian, Lauren and Tina while their parents spend night after night away from home.
Louise announces she's getting hitched to her new boyfriend and, to Judy's chagrin, would like her daughter-in-law to perform the maid-of-honor duties, all of which need to be completed in just two weeks. Meanwhile, Bill is thrilled that his mother is getting married, mostly because it means she'll be spending less time with him and his family. Too bad Bill's father has to show up and threaten to spoil everything.
Bill and Brian lead Judy to believe that they are being Good Samaritans by spending their free time with a sickly old widow. The fact is, however, that the woman they're helping is a sprightly former model who's recovering from an alcohol-induced skiing injury. Mrs. Grundy: Bo Derek.
Brian has a secret e-mail admirer and he thinks it is Sarah (Tara Lipinski), the flirty 19-year-old college student who has been tutoring Lauren. The fact is, however, that Lauren's behind the love mail---it was part of a plan to expose Bill's double standard on dating that excludes his daughters from going out with older boys.
Bill resents his new boss, Seth (Ben Savage), a 23-year-old Harvard graduate with a massive chip on his shoulder, at least at first. But his feelings change after Seth strikes up a friendship with Brian, which results in perks and privileges for Bill at work. Meanwhile, Judy is concerned that Seth's superiority complex will rub off on her son.
Bill and Judy attempt to retrieve an old stuffed bear Lauren donated to an anti-drug charity's rummage sale because it might contain their secret stash of marijuana. Meanwhile, Brian tries to find a buyer for Linda's car, "Mr. Puff 'n' Chug", which proves difficult due to the impossibly high standards Linda requires of the new owner. Dr. Bloom: Tom Bosley. Ella: Allisyn Ashley Arm.
Judy looks forward to her Mother's Day tradition of having high tea at a fancy restaurant with Helen, Linda and, for the first time, a less-than-enthusiastic Lauren, but Bill's oh-so-manipulative mother (Sally Struthers) threatens to ruin Judy's plans by trying to go as well. Helen: Swoosie Kurtz. Doctor: Karl T. Wright.
Perry's tour is canceled, so he and Linda are finally getting hitched---unless Judy can stop the wedding by convincing her little sister that she can do better than "some overgrown child who thinks he's a rock star."
Bill and Judy encourage Brian to get over his initial anxiety about traveling to Italy as part of a foreign-exchange program. But before Brian's departure, it's Bill who's upset that his son has grown old enough to leave the nest. Meanwhile, Lauren tries to find a summer camp for Tina after their parents neglected to do so.
Jennifer Irwin(Linda Michaels)
Jami Gertz(Judy Miller)
Joel Murray(Danny Fitzsimmons)
Mark Addy(Bill Miller)
Taylor Ball(Brian Miller)
Renee Olstead(Lauren Miller)
Soleil Borda(Tina Miller)
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