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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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Reba and Brock must attend an anger management therapy session that was mandated by the court during their divorce.
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After the family makes fun of Reba's poor eyesight, she secretly gets laser eye surgery, which leaves her temporarily blind.
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In an effort to save Brock and Barbra Jean from losing their home, Reba and Van buy their house and rent it out to them.
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Dr. Jack Morgan (James Denton) returns to Houston with the intention of resuming his romance with Reba, despite the fact that he is still married.
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Reba advises Van to treat Cheyenne as an equal in the family budget, which prompts him to give her an allowance.
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Embarrassed Brock believes the only way he can pay off his back taxes is to sell his house and move to Las Vegas.
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After Brock and Barbra Jean get audited, Brock informs Reba that the IRS is going to audit the last five years of their marriage.
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Reba does not approve of Barbra Jean's method of disciplining Henry; Brock and Van are mistaken for a gay couple when they go to a day spa.
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Reba must care for Brock, who has kidney stones while Barbra Jean is away; Cheyenne helps at the homeless shelter.
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After observing their constant bickering in the office, Reba and Van's boss (Stanley Kamel) insists they see the company's occupational therapist (Richard Kind).

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