Dr. Katz starts using a fanny pack to carry his personal belongings, but Ben makes fun of how it looks. Eventually, Ben ruins his fanny pack when he packs Dr. Katz's lunch in it but neglects to put the food in wrapping first.
Dr. Katz and Ben become addicted to movie-going and try to break the habit by episode's end. Meanwhile, Ben pesters Laura because he noticed her on a date at the movies and wants to know if she's in a serious relationship with said guy.
Dr. Katz is pulled over for running a stop sign and given a ticket. Ben vows to fight the ticket in court, taking hundreds of photos of the stop sign, claiming it was concealed by tree leaves. However, on their way to court to fight the ticket, Ben is pulled over, and realizes he doesn't have his license on him. He wants to switch seats with Dr. Katz but he refuses. The episode ends with their nervous chatter with the cop. Meanwhile, Laura dates a dentist, but breaks it up because as a dentist, he was always asking her to smile.
Ben gets infatuated with a woman named Cindy from TelePurchases, whom he talks to on the phone and buys products from. Dr. Katz tries to convince Ben that Cindy isn't really interested in him as a boyfriend, but merely as a loyal customer.
Ben receives a chain letter and frets about it, despite advice from both Dr. Katz and Laura that chain letters are a huge waste of time. Meanwhile, Dr. Katz sets up a retirement fund for Laura, though she wants the money now.
Ben babysits neighbor Mrs. Shields's four year old son Jeffrey for an hour. Meanwhile, Laura tells Dr. Katz that someone called the office with a death threat for Katz. It turns out the individual wasn't being literal, though.
Ben is set to visit his cousin, Sarah, in another city. However, Ben barely sees Sarah during his stay, as she's either at work or out with friends. Being alone in a big house and bored out of his mind, Ben comes home a day early.
Dr. Katz and Ben think someone is trying to break into their apartment in the middle of the night. The next day, they put new locks on the door and bars on the windows. Eventually, they realize they're living in fear and stop being paranoid.
Dr. Katz realizes he'll have to dance at his niece's Rachel's wedding, and he can't dance. Katz asks Laura if she'll help him learn how to waltz, and once he pays her $200 and agrees not to touch her, she accepts. Meanwhile, Ben tries to help as well by renting Katz some instructional tapes on how to waltz, but is annoyed when Katz says he already learned how to waltz from Laura.
Dr. Katz tells Ben that his 25th wedding anniversary is coming up. Ben realizes that he's 25 himself, and concludes he must've been born out of wedlock. Dr. Katz reassures him that he meant it was his 26th anniversary.