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Corey clashes with Tuesday, a new employee at the record store, and takes a marketing job under his father.
Katie's Navy boyfriend visits on Valentine's Day, but RT intrudes on their time alone; Tuesday and Corey bond over candy.
Corey learns that Tuesday lives alone, and Katie finds out where; Sophia easily puts RT in a hot tub, but Roger struggles to sell a car to a couple.
Katie surprises Corey by getting his song played at the club---after adding a few ideas of her own; Roger presents an idea to his boss.
Corey is asked to give a eulogy for a man he barely knew; Sophia hopes to get to Katie through---and with---Owen.
Corey bristles at learning an acquaintance from high school is now a rock star, who hits on Tuesday; Katie tells RT she's in Cancun to keep the vacation money he gives her.
Sophia goes all out for Katie's birthday, but Katie's boyfriend Owen (Josh Braaten) goes further; Tuesday kisses Corey at the party.
Tuesday flinches when Corey mentions their "relationship"; Roger outshines Katie in her aerobics class; Sophia goes to work for RT and asserts herself immediately.
Tuesday fixes Roger up with a woman she doesn't know; RT stars in Sophia's "informational commercial."
Corey gets upset when Tuesday goes to a punk club without him; Katie takes a stand against doing all the household chores alone on top of her school work.
Katie and Corey get a shot at "Star Search"; Sophia moves into RT's house.
Morgan Fairchild plays a woman seeking to merge with RT, corporately; Deborah Gibson plays a show-tunes fan bothering Margaret.
Tuesday and Corey argue over staying at her place or his; Sophia is depressed about her sister's engagement; RT thinks Roger's new girlfriend is a past fling.