'Reba' Season 4 Episodes
Reba - Season 4
It takes a lot of heart to keep a family like this one together. Country music superstar Reba McEntire is back as Reba Hart, and as always, keeping the peace in her household is one hilarious challenge after another. Amid Brock and Barbara Jean's marital troubles, Cheyenne's personal struggles, Van's career crisis, and Kyra's growing pains, Reba somehow manages to keep the whole family functioning at a level just above dysfunctional.
“The Accidental Role Model”
Brock thinks his marriage to Barbra Jean may be a mistake; and Barbra Jean decides to handle the situation as Reba would: she throws Brock out.
Reba suspects that Brock and Barbra Jean?s separation is having an impact on Kyra, but she does not realize that Kyra is in effect babysitting Barbra Jean.
“The Two Girl Theory”
Barbra Jean convinces Reba to accompany her to bars, where they meet a lot of men; and Van?s explanation of the birds and the bees to Jake requires revision by Reba.
A top agent will represent Van if she approves of his family, but Reba must pretend she is gay because the agent is a lesbian.
The announcement of Van?s trade to Denver devastates Cheyenne; and Kyra intervenes so that Barbra Jean and Brock will start talking again.
Brock and Barbara Jean begin seeing a therapist who says that Reba is largely to blame for their marital problems. Meanwhile, Cheyenne is crushed to find that Van loves his new life in Denver.
“All Fore One”
Barbara Jean is upset when Reba forces Brock to choose between his dental practice and professional golf, and Van worries that his football career is costing him too much precious time with his daughter, Elizabeth.
“Hello, I Must Be Going”
Kyra wants to move back to Reba?s house because she thinks her father hates her; and Cheyenne packs each of Van?s visits with so many activities that he wants to leave early.
Reba and Barbara clash over who will host this year?s Thanksgiving dinner.
“No Boys Upstairs”
Reba allows Kyra to have her new boyfriend at the house as long as he does not go upstairs; and Cheyenne decides to decorate Van?s Denver apartment.
“Diamond Jim Brady”
Van is crushed to learn that he has a career-ending medical condition, but his luck quickly changes when he receives a huge financial settlement and then proceeds to blow it.
“Reba And The Nanny”
While Cheyenne is running herself ragged, Van hires a nanny to care for Elizabeth. Meanwhile, Barbara Jean considers asking Brock to move back in with her.
“Date Of Mirth”
Reba and Barbara Jean are both attracted to the same man?Barbara Jean?s new marriage counselor!
“Reba The Realtor”
After being fired from her job, Reba embarks on a real estate career with Brock as her first client, and Van has some big ideas after seeing Kyra and her band perform at a club.
“Flowers For Van”
Cheyenne gets a little too close to the father of Elizabeth?s playmate; and not knowing whom they are e-mailing, Reba and Brock flirt through online poker.
“Who Killed Brock?”
No one is above suspicion when a psychic informs Barbara Jean that her missing dog Brock was killed by a family member. Whodunnit?
“The Pageant of Grandmas”
When Jake enters Reba into a beauty pageant for grandmothers, a jealous Barbara Jean sets out to compete with her.
“Reba's Rules of Real Estate”
Reba tries to get a job with the biggest real-estate agent in Houston, but the surprise interview takes unexpected turns as the agent sells inappropriate real estate to Reba?s family.
“Driving Miss Kyra”
When Kyra gets her drivers license, Reba gives her a cell phone with a tracking device; and Cheyenne feels that her life is over early.
Brock persuades Reba to let Jake play football, but the boy plays poorly; and trying to train Jake forces Van to grapple with his unresolved feelings about his father.
Reba hires Van to be her real-estate assistant, but then finds she is jealous when Van exhibits natural selling ability.
“Hello, My Name is Cheyenne”
At Van?s urging, Cheyenne attends an alcoholics meeting, but her eager embracing of the program drives the family crazy; and Kyra?s band is invited to do an out-of-town performance.