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Reba disagrees with Barbra Jean about childrearing, while Cheyenne and Van struggled with new parenthood.
Reba tries to repair her relationship with Kyra, but Cheyenne and Van continue to have distracting crises.
Reba unsuccessfully seeks a job while Cheyenne and Van “help out” by signing up for food stamps.
Working for Brock involves Reba too much in his marriage. Being Mr. Mom, Van worries that Cheyenne would rather be at college than with him and their baby.
Reba tries to stop insulting Barbra Jean, even though she is meddling at Jake’s birthday party; Cheyenne struggles to let Elizabeth cry herself to sleep.
Reba finds herself attracted to the father of Kyra’s first boyfriend.
Reba is very upset when Jake calls Barbra Jean “mommy”; Cheyenne and Van disagree about whether to spend an evening with his work mates or her school friends.
Reba reluctantly decides it is time to start dating and ponders whether to be her boring self or to lie; Reba’s dating brings out the worst in Kyra .
When Brock takes the children to Barbra Jean’s family reunion, Reba contemplates having sex with her new boyfriend. (Part 1)
When Brock takes the children to Barbra Jean’s family reunion, Reba contemplates having sex with her new boyfriend. (Part 2)
Reba feels sorry for herself when all the children make other plans for Christmas Eve, until a mysterious stranger reminds her about what’s really important.
At Reba’s urging, the family members each videotape a private message for baby Elizabeth—but then everyone connives to discover what the others said.
Cheyenne’s pregnancy scare prompts Reba to tell Cheyenne and Van that they cannot have another baby while they live with her; Barbra Jean is upset when Brock says he does not want more children.
Reba decides to sell her engagement ring to get money for car repair, which angers Brock; Van decides that he has to buy Cheyenne a diamond ring.
Reba is outraged when Barbra Jean dyes her hair the same color as Reba’s—and jealous at the growing relationship between Barbra Jean and Kyra; Van and Cheyenne quarrel over her physical appearance.
Reba and Brock attend a wake for Reba’s former boyfriend; Cheyenne and Kyra clash while Cheyenne is in charge during Reba’s absence.
Reba dreads Valentine’s Day because it will place pressure on her relationship with Brian; Brock and Van compete to see who can make Valentine’s Day most special.
Reba gets caught in the middle of a feud between her boss and Brock over Barbra Jean; Cheyenne suspects Van is turning into a liar.
Brock’s mother creates havoc when she is nice to Reba and mean to Barbra Jean; Cheyenne suggests that Van reconcile with his father.
Reba becomes jealous when baby Elizabeth’s other grandparents get involved in her life; Cheyenne is upset when Van’s football practice keeps them apart.
Reba and Barbra Jean take out their frustrations with each other in a self-defense class; Brock tries to save money on a home-security system for Reba’s house.
Reba must co-chair the school auction with Barbra Jean, causing jealousy when the auction is a success; Van misunderstands the intentions of a bidder who wins a football lesson with Van.
Reba’s brush with death gets the family talking about who will get what when they die, but Reba discovers that Cheyenne and Van have made Brock and Barbra Jean guardians of Elizabeth.
Money troubles force Reba to choose between Cheyenne’s college tuition and a summer abroad for Kyra; Brock and Barbra Jean buy a house.
Reba is heartbroken when she learns that Kyra is considering moving in with Brock and Barbra Jean; Van and Cheyenne decide that Elizabeth needs her own room.