Jessica's pretty sure her ex didn't come 2,500 miles just to catch up and he's definitely courting her for something... but for what?"
Episode #1 of the popular 66-part "dating diary" series.
Andy made a proposal but Jessica's not sure if it's the one she wants. Does moving in mean commitment or just less closet space?
When a suitcase pratfall puts Jessica in the midst of a college reunion, she takes a gander at boyfriends gone by.
Jessica gets dragged, kicking and screaming, to a Jewish singles social. No one told her that Adonis is on the guest list.
Jessica's new friend is interested. But she wonders if she's interesting enough for him.
I work, therefore I am. Jessica gets plenty of attention for her job -- and not all of it pleasant.
Jessica's waiting for Mr. Wonderful to call. When the phone rings, it's -- guess who?
Jessica gets five stars for her performance at Adonis' impressive business functions. Too bad he wasn't part of the audience.
On location for a TV fashion shoot, Jessica gets an earful about models and morals and things.
With square dances and "Happy Days" as measuring sticks, Jessica tries to figure out whether Mr. Wonderful is really as wonderful as he seems.
Jessica's playing it cool -- or at least trying to -- while an evening with a family gives her a taste of what she thinks she wants.
The Guy is off again, but before he goes this time, he lets Jessica know how he feels. Sort of.
Jessica wonders, when does treating everyone with dignity become part of your business?
Jessica's sister has a messy track record with guys. But Jess is still sympathetic through this sniffling rant.
Age is a thing to be beaten, not savored, announces the sisterhood. And Jessica doesn't quite understand why.
Just because something's socially acceptable, doesn't mean it's not creepy. On another topic, look who's thinking long-term...
Taking to the open road, Jessica gets a ray of clarity: love and infatuation aren't the same thing.
Harris wants to know: what's it gonna be? Jessica decides that the "character issue" is one on which she won't compromise.
A wade back into the dating pool leaves Jessica with decidedly cold feet.
Relationships take work -- and Jessica finds out that some of that work is (ack!) on herself.
Babysitter-to-be Jessica gets behavioral backwash when she bumps into someone she'd rather not.
Jessica's parents met at summer camp. Where on earth are people supposed to meet these days?
Aren't the high holidays supposed to bring spiritual awareness and joy? Jessica finds a lump of loneliness, too.
Jessica can't decide. Should the princess go after the knight in shining white overalls or wait for him to show up on horseback?
The knight-in-shining-white-overalls overcomes Jessica's overactive mouth.
Wanting to marry a Jew is all well and good. But Jessica realizes you have to date one, too.
Trying to avoid falling for Rick, and in search of relationships clarity, Jessica runs to a Jewish singles function.
Jessica struggles with not wanting to date other faiths. Is she being
Scrooge Shaeffer lashes out at white lights, holly and being wished Merry Holiday-You-Don't-Celebrate. But why's she getting so defensive?
Professor Higgins had a point: If women were more like men, they'd spend a lot less time analyzing relationships.
Negotiating the unfamiliar waters of an interfaith relationship, Jessica sees light at the end of the tunnel. But is it the front of an oncoming train?
Jessica is a guest of in-laws in potential. Though she suspects she'll always feel like a guest.
When a family function turns into a revival event, Jessica sees that today may look entirely different in 20 years.
Jessica's pulling away but, strong as lycra, Rick comes back with a shocker.
Jessica thought that conversion would solve everything. But Rabbi Ringman throws a wrench into the mix.
Jessica and Rick come down to the wire. Which will ring: wedding bells or a buzzer signaling the end of the round?
Jessica thought she was fine with the breakup and then -- kaboom! -- the mourning period hit.
Jessica's post-breakup funk somehow lands her on the World Wide Web.
When Jessica meets up with her old college buddy, she discovers they've been engaging in parallel transgressions.
Still smarting from the breakup, Jessica might just drown her sorrows -- and not in a beverage.
Jessica may be ready to date again, but right now she's perplexed about society venerating and denigrating the exact same thing.
Jessica's first love pops up and illuminates a path not taken. Should she try to go down it now?
Jessica goes out with someone no one set her up with -- and gets a bit cyber-smitten.
Coach Rina is trying to help Jess pin down the missing element.
Jessica's world is beginning to cave in. Will Marc be there to save her?
Jessica's moral dilemma is making her work life intolerable. Marc says to mellow out.
The pressure's on Jess to stick to her principles. Will she cave in, or will she speak truth to the corporate power and boyfriend?
Searching for life direction, Jessica heads back home. And maybe, just maybe, she's there to stay.