Drew attaches a cartoon to the bottom of a memo in the hopes of boosting company morale and is later obsessed to find out who was the lone offended employee that complained to Mr. It turns out to be Nora from Accounting who also ends up filing a lawsuit against Drew.
Drew turns down Winfred-Louder's attorneys (Guest stars Penn and Teller) when they try to get him to settle the lawsuit by signing a waiver that absolves the store of any responsibility.
Throughout the season Drew has an on again- off again girlfriend, Lisa Robbins (Katy Selverstone) while Jay Clemens (Robert Torti) is Kate's boyfriend for the later half of Season 1.
The theme music for the first season's opening credits consists of Drew Carey singing "Moon Over Parma".
Kate is depressed that most women she knew are married and she isn't and the guys throw a fake marriage ceremony to cheer her up.
While on the way back in the limo, Drew reveals to Kate that he had a crush on her during high school.
Much of the show's humor revolved around Drew's single life (in real life, Drew was engaged for the first time in 2007, shortly after becoming a game show host).
However, Drew was married a number of times during the show's run.
Meanwhile, Drew's neighbors cause trouble next door.
This episode introduces Lisa Robbins (Katy Selverstone).
Nora cries on the stand to gain everyone's sympathy and the outlook is pretty bleak for Drew.
A stressed Drew loses it during an argument at the Warsaw, gets arrested for assault, and has to doubly defend himself.
However, Drew discovers he is only interested in making Kate his latest conquest.