Jim realized that a return to the old dissolute life could not be, and this little girl should be his wife. She has to be fast and do it before they talk to anyone else and get scared of them. Quite a few episodes were experiences taken directly from Belushi's home. Cheryl stays up all night doing math to figure a way out of the problem. Happily married, living in a suburban house with two adorable but loud little girls and a baby boy, they really can't complain much about life — except for those couple fights that neither one can ever let go, like the time Jim shut the car door on Cheryl. The bird is driving everyone insane and they all can't wait to get rid of it, but unfortunately Gracie developed a deep emotional attachment to it. However, Dana buys a beautiful and touching charm bracelet, going over the spending limit in the process, just to annoy Jim.
In the meantime, Andy becomes a little too obsessed with making the perfect treehouse for Gracie and Ruby, injuring himself in the process. When they get home back from the dinner, Cheryl is thrilled that it all went very well, and they're surprised when the baby monitor picks up Ted and Janet's conversation from their bedroom. Jim and Cheryl clash over a digital camera. Offended, Cheryl is determined to prove Jim wrong and actually gets Dana a car for a fair deal, but the car soon breaks down. Jim also remembers that he threw the ball so hard at the guy he got a fat lip and a funny nickname for weeks the nickname lasted for years. Jim never thinks that Cheryl, being the control freak that she is, would allow that to happen, so he doesn't make dinner. While Andy might be one of his best friends, Dana often teams up with Cheryl against Jim.
Though the system works well for solving the kids' problems, it backfires on Jim when he and Andy argue over milkshakes Andy won at a game and the two of them are subjected to a kids' tribunal, with Jim and Andy each trying to curry favor for their cases. Nowak April 25, 2007 2007-04-25 While Cheryl and the girls go visit Cheryl's mother, Andy puts up for sale the grill that Jim gave him, Jim freaks out, resulting in an all-out war between the two of them. When Jim founds out Dana's secret, he makes a deal with her. Jim often makes an example of Andy, who for most of the series does not have a steady girlfriend. Now he goes out of his way to save Dana and ends up scaring the guy away with stories about Dana being a psycho. They start a fight about what's important to each one of them and Cheryl hides his new camera.
Jim does not believe Pierson, but later conscience strikes Jim hard when he tries to be with Cheryl on the waterbed. Later, the real owner show up at the house and Gracie is forced to say goodbye to her feathered friend. But Jim's hopes go down the drain when the reverend confronts him and later quits the church, giving his inability to forgive Jim as a reason. They decide to take him to a restaurant that serves a 4,5 lbs steak, and Jim offers to pay for the check because Cheryl isn't feeling equal to Dana, who's spending a lot of money on their kids. Offended, Cheryl is determined to prove Jim wrong and actually gets Dana a car for a fair deal, but the car soon breaks down. The audience grew in year two to over 10.
She only made a guest appearance in the season finale. Belushi's fictionial character Jim's band in the series is the real-life band The Sacred Hearts, for which Jim Belushi often sings lead. They start a fight about what's important to each one of them and Cheryl hides his new camera. Jim and Cheryl try to break the news to Andy before the business presentation, but he's so upset that he breaks down in tears on stage. Things go from bad to worse when he tries to retrieve the kids and can't remember who he left them with.
Jim also remembers that he threw the ball so hard at the guy he got a fat lip and a funny nickname for weeks the nickname lasted for years. She thinks he is wrong and sexist, until they are locked in the garage because none of the girls remember the code to open it, which her toddler son is able to punch in effortlessly. Jim plays a perfect game, but just as he is about to bowl his final strike, the power goes off and he is left with the choice of either waiting for it to return or giving up being perfect. Little by little, Cindy starts to get into their lives and tell them what to do and what not to do. While consoling Andy, Jim forgets about the foam hose and foam just floods the stage. Jim is against it because he thinks he's growing up to be a sissy. He lets her use Ruby, and Dana does his miles which is recorded on a hip monitor.
Much like his real-life counterpart, Jim's character is noted as a fan of music, as well as the , , and the. It originally ran on from October 3, 2001 to June 2, 2009. The only thing he wasn't counting on was a very seductive female manager , who convinces Jim to trade in his minivan for a brand new sports car. She arranges with Cheryl to bring the bachelor over to their house for dinner, and Cheryl couldn't be more thrilled to be on national television with a remodeled house. December 2, 2008 December 30, 2008 2008—2009 127 4. After hearing Jim and Andy's band practice, Eddie invites them to perform with him at the House of Blues. Instead, she gets it from her new husband: Andy, who has fallen head over heels for her and married her while the rest of the family was watching a show.
At first she's sure her personality alone will be enough to entertain Rick the Bachelor , but Jim gives her advice on how to behave and what to say to the guy. That starts a feud between them, until Jim falls down from the attic on their bed, breaking through the ceiling. However, her plans are ruined when she gets arrested. She has to be fast and do it before they talk to anyone else and get scared of them. Jim is also very proud that Dana only got so far thanks to him, but the situation quickly takes an unexpected turn when Jim accidentally overhears the bachelor saying Dana will be easy to bring to bed and then he'll dump her. But Jim scores a hole in one in golfing and celebrates with beer and cigars and trades Andy's sample so that Cheryl doesn't figure out his sperm count is low.