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A showcase for the acting talents of country music star Reba McEntire, this sitcom revolves around recent divorcee Reba Hart; her ex-husband, Brock, and his new wife, Barbra Jean; and their children: newlywed and new mom Cheyenne, rebellious teen Kyra and young Jake. The temperamental matriarch struggles with dealing everyone in her home.

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Barbra Jean is the high bidder in a school auction, winning Reba as her personal assistant for a day; Van's popularity with bidders makes Cheyenne jealous.
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Reba and Barbra Jean spar in self-defense class; Brock and Van install an alarm system and allow Jake to pick the secret password.
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Van and Cheyenne reconcile with Van's parents and Reba begins to feel competitive when Van's parents shower the baby with extravagant gifts.
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Brock's mother says her son admits leaving Reba was a mistake; Cheyenne convinces Van to reconcile with his folks.
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Reba is pressured to take sides in a legal battle between her boss (guest star Dan Castellaneta) and Brock.
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Brian asks Reba out for Valentine's day but she is nervous and pretends to be sick; Jake likes a girl at school.
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Reba and Brock attend an out-of-town funeral; Barbra Jean worries about her husband and his ex-wife being alone together; Reba sings.
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Barbra Jean dyes her hair red and transforms herself into a Reba look-alike; Reba senses Kyra is growing closer to her stepmother.
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When Reba tries to sell her engagement ring online, Brock bids in hope of getting the ring back; Van decides it is time to buy Cheyenne a ring.
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Reba and Barbra Jean are furious when Brock reveals he had a vasectomy; Cheyenne and Van move out of the house in protest when Reba lays down new rules following a pregnancy scare.
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Everyone takes turns in front of the camera to create a video family album for Cheyenne's baby, Elizabeth.
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Reba learns she will be spending Christmas Eve alone; Cheyenne and Van try to start a holiday tradition, but their plan backfires.
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Reba invites her beau (Mark Thompson) home to meet the family; Brock and the children attend Barbra Jean's family reunion in Fisheye Bottom.
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Reba invites her beau (Mark Thompson) home to meet the family; Brock and the children attend Barbra Jean's family reunion in Fisheye Bottom.
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Cheyenne encourages her mother to try speed dating after Reba has a disastrous night on the town. Park Overall guest stars.
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When Reba takes a full-time job, Jake starts calling Barbra Jean "mommy." Dan Castellaneta guest stars.
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Kyra is irked when Reba takes a romantic interest in her boyfriend's dad (guest star Ben Reed), creating a double-dating dilemma.
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Reba tries to refrain from making fun of Barbra Jean during Jake's birthday party, but her plan backfires.
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Reba accepts a job reporting to Barbra Jean in Brock's dental office; Cheyenne goes to college; Van stays home to watch Elizabeth.
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Cheyenne and Van apply for food stamps; against her better judgement, Reba accepts working at her ex-husband's office.

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