REBA - The Sitcom

Reba Season 1-6 DVDs

Country superstar Reba McEntire made her first foray into series television in this edgy comedy that takes aim at the all-American family with a spirited look at suburban dysfunction.

Through all the changes and challenges - not to mention the family members moving back and forth between households - this blended family will continue to muddle through with humor, love and optimism as they have always done.

Actors & Characters

Reba Hart

Reba Hart (Reba McEntire), once the matriarch of a happy middle class nuclear family, saw her world fall apart as one thing after another seemed to go wrong. Moments within finding out her marriage can not be salvaged due to infidelity, news comes that teenage daughter Cheyenne is pregnant. Now Reba finds herself having to live life as a single mom with three kids, a new grandbaby, and the addition of the younger woman who Brock cheated with joining their family.

Despite the trials, Reba maintains a cordial relationship with Brock, her ex, launches her own successful real estate business, and helps her children grow and flourish to follow their own chosen paths in life.

Brock Hart

Brock Hart (Christopher Rich), a dentist by trade and professional golfer by passion, causes the divorce from wife Reba by impregnating his dental hygienist, Barbra Jean. Brock feels obligated to step up and marry Barbra Jean so they can raise Henry as a family unit. Brock remains involved with all of his children, to the point of moving the new family so they can live nearby where Reba and the other children live.

Barbra Jean Booker Hart

Barbra Jean (Melissa Peterman) worked as Brock’s dental hygienist until their affair resulted in her becoming pregnant. Soon after having Henry, Barbra Jean decides to devote all her time to being a mom. As Henry grew older, Barbra Jean went after her dream of becoming a TV news weathergirl.

Barbra Jean could best be described as a ditzy blonde with good intentions even if her efforts weren’t reciprocated. Despite playing a key role in the dissolution of Reba and Brock’s marriage, Barbra Jean desperately wants to be best friends with Reba, regardless of Reba’s obvious disdain for her.

Van Montgomery

Van (Steve Howey), the star cornerback of the high school football team, is forced to grow up fast when he finds himself expecting a baby with Cheyenne at the tender age of 17. After an impromptu wedding, Van moves in to Reba’s house to live with Cheyenne and raise baby Elizabeth. Though often seen as the family goof, Van steps up to the plate and comes through when needed.

After the doctor finds an unexpected spinal problem, Van’s short career as a professional football player comes to a sudden conclusion. Forced to find some way to support his growing family, Van joins Reba in selling real estate, a job that eventually lands hi a better position in a rival company.

Cheyenne Montgomery

Cheyenne’s (Joanna Garcia) 17-year-old world centered on boys and the drill team is rocked with the discovery that she is pregnant. A quick wedding and a new live in husband later; Cheyenne spends her senior year of high school pregnant. Graduation day brought not only a diploma but also the birth of Cheyenne and Van’s daughter Elizabeth.

Cheyenne, while battling an alcohol addiction, decides to follow in her father’s footsteps and attend college in hopes of becoming a dentist.

Kyra Hart

Kyra (Scarlett Pomers), the middle child of the original three, is often viewed as not only smart but also as a smart aleck. Often overlooked as the member of the family with the least issues, Kyra chooses to move in with Brock and Barbra Jean in hopes of getting more attention in a less chaotic household.

Inspired by a love of music and the recognized talent of her fledgling band, Kyra chooses to forgo college in favor of going on tour with the band.

Jake Hart

Jake (Mitch Holleman) is the youngest child of the original group of three children shared by Reba and Brock. Jake, seemingly unfazed by the upheaval within his family, often adjusts easily to whatever comes his way. Despite the occasional torment by big sister Kyra, Jake causes little need for drama as he grows from a precocious child to a young man living a life centered on school, sports, and a newly blossoming interest in girls.

Reviews

“Downright funny.” - Bill Carter, New York Times

“Have I told Reba McEntire she’s my favorite? Reba McEntire arrives tonight as the sort of natural TV star that makes you wonder what took her so long to get here… smart, new-fashioned, surprising; mostly irresistible. And Reba knows how to spin it. She’s got timing to burn.” - Diane Werts, Newsday

“Reba and company keep the brisk script afloat with a sardonic tone and a touch of sentiment; think upscale ‘Roseanne.’” - Carole Horst, Daily Variety

“Country singer Reba McEntire steps smoothly into this smart, stinging comedy…McEntire is perfect as the droll voice of reason.” - Mike Hughes, Gannett News Service

“McEntire offers a refreshingly sassy blast of high spirits and good humor as she makes her TV series debut…Reba’s a darn-tootin’ hoot.” - Mike Duffy, Detroit Free Press

“With McEntire’s comedic timing and her down-home delivery, infidelity, and teen pregnancy are made downright amusing. The main thing ‘Reba’ has going for it, however, is credibility. It’s real. These things do happen.” - Miki Turner, Fort Worth Star-Telegraph

“McEntire owns the show. She’s a natural sitcom performer with surprisingly good comic timing. ‘Reba’ is at its best when McEntire takes center stage.” - Rob Owen, Pittsburgh Post-Gazette

“‘Reba’ is the best new crop of WB comedies. Watch it! This unexpectedly terrific comedy stars the country music legend as a Texas suburban mom whose family is fit for ‘Jerry Springer’.” - Aaron Barnhart, Kansas City Star

“‘Reba’ is often laugh-out-loud funny. And McEntire is very good at playing this character who’s strong and spunky and somehow keeps her sanity in the midst of this lunacy.” - Scott D. Pierce, Salt Lake City Deseret News

“Reba could be the next Roseanne.” - John Colsoli, Mediaweek

“Reba McEntire in a WB sitcom? Hell yeah, with this un-Brady look at family dysfunction; a laugh-out-loud Friday night option. And, ####, that Reba can sure turn the world on with her smile!” - Marc Berman, The Programming Insider

“...that Reba McEntire — she’s the Carol Brady of the new millennium.” - Marc Berman, The Programming Insider

“Reba’s funny, as is Christopher Rich as her husband.” - Bill Goodykoontz, Arizona Republic

Episode Guide

The Housewarming/The Kids Are Alright - February 18, 2007
In the first half-hour of the finale, Cheyenne (JoAnna Garcia) and Van (Steve Howey) confirm Reba’s (Reba McEntire) worst nightmare - that she is becoming their own version of Barbra Jean (Melissa Peterman), dropping by their new house unannounced. Also, when Barbra Jean has a meltdown in the middle of her weather report, Brock (Christopher Rich) interprets her emotions as a sign that she isn’t ready to give up on their marriage. In the second half-hour of the finale, Van accidentally starts a fire at his and Cheyenne’s new house, forcing them to temporarily move back in with Reba. Realizing they may not be ready for such a big responsibility, they ask Reba if they can stay with her, but she surprises everyone by turning them down. Barbra Jean seriously considers accepting a job offer from a station in Arkansas, so it’s left to Reba to get her to turn down the offer and stay with her family where she belongs.

She’s With The Band - February 11, 2007
Reba (Reba McEntire) and Brock (Christopher Rich) are shocked when Kyra (Scarlett Pomers) tells them that she is postponing college to go on tour with her band. Unfortunately, when Reba puts her foot down and tells Kyra that she won’t allow her to make this huge mistake, Kyra decides to move out. Meanwhile, Cheyenne (JoAnna Garcia) and Van (Steve Howey) can’t agree on how to decorate their new house.

Cheyenne’s Rival - January 28, 2007
Reba (Reba McEntire) is thrilled when she finds the perfect first home for Cheyenne (JoAnna Garcia) and Van (Steve Howey) to buy, but the good news quickly sours when Cheyenne discovers the home is being sold by her former high school rival, Bridget (guest star Sarah Shahi). Meanwhile, not wanting the public to know they have separated, Barbra Jean (Melissa Peterman) asks Brock (Christopher Rich) to pretend they are still happily married.

Bullets Over Brock - January 21, 2007
Reba (Reba McEntire) discovers that Brock (Christopher Rich) has been secretly living in the garage for several days so he can spend some time apart from Barbra Jean (Melissa Peterman), who thinks he is away on a business trip. Brock confides to Reba that he doesn’t know how to mend things with his wife, but Reba urges him to be honest and talk with her about their problems. Following Reba’s advice, Brock and Barbra Jean have a heart-to-heart talk, but the results are not what Reba was hoping for.

As We Forgive Those… - January 14, 2007
Suspecting that the television station’s new intern, Kelly (guest star Kelly Clarkson), was brought in by management to be her successor, Barbra Jean (Melissa Peterman) convinces a reluctant Reba (Reba McEntire) to coax the truth out of Kelly. Meanwhile, Cheyenne (JoAnna Garcia) and Van (Steve Howey) must break some bad news to Brock (Christopher Rich)—they aren’t naming their baby after him. In the episode’s final scene, Brock, Cheyenne and Van perform a spoof of the three “American Idol” judges.

Locked and Loaded - January 7, 2007
Unbeknownst to Van (Steve Howey), Kyra (Scarlett Pomers) has been secretly taping him and posting the video on YouTube.com for all the world to see and mock. Reba (Reba McEntire) advises Brock (Christopher Rich) to make a grand romantic gesture if he hopes to save his marriage to Barbra Jean (Melissa Peterman), but, reversing his vasectomy wasn’t exactly what Reba had in mind. JoAnna Garcia and Mitch Holleman also star.

Sweet Child O’Mine - December 17, 2006
When Barbra Jean (Melissa Peterman) panics a pregnant Cheyenne (JoAnna Garcia) by remarking that her baby may turn out to be a mini-Kyra (Scarlett Pomers), Reba (Reba McEntire) decides it’s about time she told Cheyenne the truth - Cheyenne was the mean sister, not Kyra. To make amends, Cheyenne decides to recreate Kyra’s 5th birthday party. Meanwhile, Van (Steve Howey) feels overwhelmed by Cheyenne’s baby to-do list.

The Break Up - December 10, 2006
When Reba (Reba McEntire) and Van (Steve Howey) decide to call it quits on their real estate partnership, but disagree over who should keep their client list, Reba suggests they compete for the list in a race to see who can sell their worst property. Meanwhile, despite Brock’s best effort at dissuading her, Barbra Jean (Melissa Peterman) auditions to be the new weather girl at the local television station.

Roll With It - December 3, 2006
Reba (Reba McEntire) is thrilled when Kyra (Scarlett Pomers) moves back in with her, but is stunned after she catches Kyra drinking. When Brock (Christopher Rich) and Barbra Jean (Melissa Peterman) confess to Reba that they let Kyra have the occasional beer in their house, Reba reluctantly agrees to go along with this new parenting plan, but loses it after Kyra has a boy spend the night. Meanwhile, Van (Steve Howey) discovers Jake (Mitch Holleman) has joined a wheelchair basketball team.

Trading Spaces - November 26, 2006
Van (Steve Howey) builds a new home office in the garage so he and Reba (Reba McEntire) can be more productive, but Reba finds herself having a difficult time juggling family and the additional workload. Van reveals to Reba the surprising reason he feels pressure to earn more money now. Cheyenne (JoAnna Garcia) tells Reba that she and Van will be moving out soon, and Kyra (Scarlett Pomers) decides to move back home to spend more time with her mom. Christopher Rich and Mitch Holleman also star.

Just Business - November 19, 2006
When Houston’s premier real estate agent, Steve Norris (guest star Tim Meadows), contacts Reba (Reba McEntire) and Van (Steve Howey) for a meeting, Reba is thrilled at the opportunity, but Van is concerned that he will once again be relegated to acting as Reba’s assistant at the new company. Van is stunned when Norris offers him the job - without Reba. Meanwhile, with Barbra Jean (Melissa Peterman) looking better than ever, Brock (Christopher Rich) decides to try a different fashion style to keep up with his wife. JoAnna Garcia, Scarlett Pomers and Mitch Holleman also star.

Let’s Get Physical - November 19, 2006
In the sixth-season opener, Barbra Jean (Melissa Peterman) shows off her new sleek figure and stanch dedication to the gym. However, Brock (Christopher Rich) fears Barbara Jean’s newfound interest in exercise is really about spending time with her sexy male trainer (guest star Victor Webster), so he convinces Reba (Reba McEntire) to spy on her. After catching Van (Steve Howey) staring at the “new” Barbra Jean, Cheyenne (JoAnna Garcia) fears she is losing her looks.

Reba’s Heart - May 8 , 2006
Season Finale. After collapsing at Van (Steve Howey) and Cheyenne’s (JoAnna Garcia) non-wedding, Reba (Reba McEntire) is rushed to the hospital. The family is panicked about her health, but she only wants to focus on helping Van and Cheyenne resolve their relationship troubles. Meanwhile, Barbra Jean (Melissa Peterman) tries to help Reba feel better, but only makes Reba’s blood pressure continue to climb.

Two Weddings And A Funeral - April 28 , 2006
Cheyenne (JoAnna Garcia) gets overwhelmed planning her second wedding to Van (Steve Howey) when Reba (Reba McEntire) and Barbra Jean (Melissa Peterman) won’t stop putting their two cents in. Later, Van and Cheyenne have an argument and decide to call off the ceremony, leaving Brock (Christopher Rich) and Barbra Jean with the opportunity to renew their own vows.

Red Alert - April 21 , 2006
When Barbra Jean (Melissa Peterman) takes up selling insurance, she wants Reba (Reba McEntire) to be her first client. After Reba’s physical shows that she has high blood pressure, she finds out she’s at risk to lose her old insurance policy. Meanwhile, Van (Steve Howey) seeks out Brock’s (Christopher Rich) advice in coming up with a unique anniversary present for Cheyenne (JoAnna Garcia). Mitch Holleman also stars.

Here We Go Again - April 14 , 2006
Reba (Reba McEntire) is worried when she and Brock (Christopher Rich) must attend an anger management therapy session that was mandated by the court during their divorce. Cheyenne (JoAnna Garcia) and Van (Steve Howey) are required to be present as well, and Reba fears things have gone from bad to worse when everyone starts arguing in front of the therapist (guest star Ian Gomez, “Felicity,” “Jake in Progress”). Later, Barbra Jean (Melissa Peterman) crashes the session and the five adults end up telling the therapist about the crazy things they have done to each other over the years.

The Blonde Leading The Blind - March 24, 2006
After the family makes fun of Reba’s (Reba McEntire) poor eyesight, she secretly gets laser eye surgery, which leaves her temporarily blind. Barbra Jean (Melissa Peterman) insists on helping Reba post-surgery while the rest of the family is away. Later, thinking she is talking to Cheyenne (JoAnna Garcia), Reba badmouths Barbra Jean, only to find out she’s been talking to Barbra Jean the whole time. Overwhelmed with guilt for the hurtful things she said, and with Brock’s (Christopher Rich) help, Reba finally tells Barbra Jean how thankful she is for their friendship.

Reba The Landlord - March 17, 2006
In an effort to save Brock (Christopher Rich) and Barbra Jean (Melissa Peterman) from losing their home, Reba (Reba McEntire) and Van (Steve Howey) buy their house and rent it out to them. Barbra Jean doesn’t like the idea of Reba being her landlady, so when she sprains her ankle in the house, she decides to file a lawsuit against Reba.

The Trouble With Dr. Hunky - February 24, 2006
Dr. Jack Morgan (James Denton, “Desperate Housewives”) returns to Houston with the intention of resuming his romance with Reba (Reba McEntire). However, following a double date with Cheyenne (JoAnna Garcia) and Van (Steve Howey), Jack reveals to a shocked Reba that he is technically still married. Reaching the startling conclusion that she has unknowingly become the “Barbra Jean” in her relationship, Reba goes to an unlikely source for advice - Brock (Christopher Rich).

Money Blues - February 17, 2006
When Reba (Reba McEntire) learns that Van (Steve Howey) is in charge of the family budget and has Cheyenne (JoAnna Garcia) documenting all her purchases in an expense journal, she advises him to treat Cheyenne more as an equal. Unfortunately, Van decides the best solution is to start giving Cheyenne a weekly allowance for her household duties, which obviously doesn’t sit well with his wife. Meanwhile, Barbra Jean (Melissa Peterman) discovers that Jake (Mitch Holleman) has started a lucrative business selling soda - against school policy - to his classmates.

The Goodbye Guy - February 3, 2006
In the wake of Barbra Jean (Melissa Peterman) spilling the beans to the IRS that Reba (Reba McEntire) and Brock (Christopher Rich) owe $75,000 in back taxes, an embarrassed Brock decides the only way he can pay off the debt is by selling his house and moving to Las Vegas. When Van (Steve Howey) hears the news, he aims to become Brock’s broker and a devastated Barbra Jean tries to change Brock’s mind.

Don’t Mess With Taxes - January 23, 2006
After Brock (Christopher Rich) and Barbra Jean (Melissa Peterman) get audited, Brock informs Reba (Reba McEntire) that the IRS is going to audit the last five years of their marriage. Later, Brock makes Reba nervous when she discovers that he has a few secrets he doesn’t want the IRS to find out about. Meanwhile, Cheyenne (JoAnna Garcia) makes Van (Steve Howey) take part in her sociology project about a man’s perspective on marriage, but she certainly wasn’t anticipating all the attention he would receive from the women in her class. Mitch Holleman also stars.

Parenting With Puppets - January 20, 2006
Reba (Reba McEntire) doesn’t approve of Barbra Jean’s (Melissa Peterman) method of disciplining Henry (Jon Paul Defabry). However, when Jake (Mitch Holleman) lies and blames Henry for breaking Reba’s lamp, Reba is forced to apologize for criticizing Barbra Jean’s parenting skills. Meanwhile, Brock (Christopher Rich) and Van (Steve Howey) are mistaken for a gay couple when they spend their “guy time” at a day spa. JoAnna Garcia also stars.

Brock’s Got Stones - January 13, 2006
When Brock (Christopher Rich) decides to camp out at Reba’s (Reba McEntire) house while Barbra Jean (Melissa Peterman) is away in St. Louis, Reba gets fed up and tries to kick him out. However, Brock is diagnosed with kidney stones and doesn’t want to be left alone, so Reba ends up caring for him. Meanwhile, Cheyenne (JoAnna Garcia) volunteers at a homeless shelter, but is disappointed when she is assigned the unglamorous task of doing dishes in the kitchen. Steve Howey and Mitch Holleman also star.

Issues - December 9, 2005
After observing their constant bickering in the real estate office, Reba (Reba McEntire) and Van’s (Steve Howey) boss (guest star Stanley Kamel) insists they see the company’s occupational therapist (guest star Richard Kind) to work things out. Meanwhile, Brock (Christopher Rich) and Barbra Jean (Melissa Peterman) consult a sleep doctor (guest star Richard Ruccolo, “Two Guys and a Girl”) who suggests they videotape themselves in bed to find out why Brock is waking up exhausted and achy every morning. JoAnna Garcia and Mitch Holleman also star.

Invasion - November 18, 2005
After a miscommunication sends Barbra Jean (Melissa Peterman, who does not appear in the episode) to her brother Bryan’s (guest star Bryan Callen) house in Lubbock for Thanksgiving, Bryan mistakenly ends up on Reba’s (Reba McEntire) doorstep for the holiday. The family soon realizes they may have traded crazy Barbra Jean for her even crazier brother, who believes that Reba has been sending him love letters signed “Peaches” and that Brock (Christopher Rich) is “the dirtbag who’s trying to take my sister to hell with him.”

Grannies Gone Wild - November 11, 2005
When Cheyenne (JoAnna Garcia) turns down Brock’s (Chris Rich) offer to intern at his dental office, the family learns she no longer wants to become a dentist and plans to devote her life to helping people. Upset by this change of plans, Reba (Reba McEntire), Van (Steve Howey) and Brock visit the senior center where Cheynne has been volunteering and realize she has been “helping” by giving the women makeovers. Meanwhile, Barbra Jean’s (Melissa Peterman) attempt to get selected for jury duty backfires after she annoys the judge.

Have Your Cake - November 4, 2005
Realizing that his wife, Barbra Jean (Melissa Peterman, who was pregnant in real life at the time this episode was taped), has taken up eating as a hobby and gained quite a bit of weight as a result, Brock (Christopher Rich) consults Reba (Reba McEntire) on how best to handle the delicate situation. Ultimately, Cheyenne (JoAnna Garcia) is the one who confronts Barbra Jean about her food addiction, suggesting that she and Reba go on a diet with her.

Best Li’l Haunted House In Texas - October 28, 2005
Reba (Reba McEntire) is beyond disappointed when her plans for a fright-filled Halloween fall through because everyone in the family has other plans. Meanwhile, Van’s (Steve Howey) green-eyed monster comes out when Cheyenne (JoAnna Garcia) starts spending an inordinate amount of time with her handsome sponsor, Frank (guest star Andrew Walker). Christopher Rich, Melissa Peterman and Mitch Holleman also star.

No Good Deed - October 14, 2005
When Reba (Reba McEntire) and Jake (Mitch Holleman) take in a stray dog that survived Hurricane Katrina, Van (Steve Howey) and Cheyenne (JoAnna Garcia) invite the owners to stay at the house until they can get back on their feet. However, the Harts are in for a big surprise when it turns out there are 18 people in the displaced family. Meanwhile, Barbra Jean (Melissa Peterman) heads up the “Save the Dog” campaign and turns her house into a shelter for lost pets, leaving dog-hating Brock (Christopher Rich) more than annoyed.

And God Created Van - October 7, 2005
Cheyenne (JoAnna Garcia) is frustrated that Van (Steve Howey) won’t go to church and no longer believes in God, so she asks Reba (Reba McEntire) to talk some sense into her son-in-law. When Reba and Barbra Jean (Melissa Peterman) fail to show Van the error in his ways, Reba decides to take her dilemma right to the church and its handsome new minister, Reverend Parks (Patrick Fabian), who takes an interest in Reba.

As Is - September 30, 2005
After watching her fiercest competitor make a killing in the real estate market, Reba (Reba McEntire) decides it’s time to start investing. However, she can’t do it alone with her bad credit, so Cheyenne (JoAnna Garcia) suggests that Reba and Van (Steve Howey) team up. Later, when Reba finds out that Van went behind her back and purchased a home “as is,” without any inspections, she wants out of the partnership. Meanwhile, Barbra Jean (Melissa Peterman) is feeling neglected by Brock (Christopher Rich) and finds companionship from an unlikely source - the operator from her car’s navigation system. Scarlett Pomers and Mitch Holleman also star

Reba And The One - September 23, 2005
Barbra Jean (Melissa Peterman) takes it upon herself to find the perfect man for Reba (Reba McEntire) by signing her up at an online dating service, but she later regrets her decision when Reba begins dating a mystery man and doesn’t have as much time for the family. As a result, Cheyenne (JoAnna Garcia) and Van (Steve Howey) realize how much work it takes to care for their daughter without Reba’s help, and Barbra Jean and Brock (Christopher Rich), who wants to make sure he’s better looking than Reba’s new boyfriend, decide to check out their competition. Scarlett Pomers and Mitch Holleman also star.

Where There’s Smoke - September 16, 2005
Struggling to remain sober, Cheyenne (JoAnna Garcia) starts taking pills that will make her violently ill if she drinks alcohol. When Reba (Reba McEntire) throws a party for her real estate clients, Van (Steve Howey) and Cheyenne go to great lengths to try and stop Reba from drinking after she accidentally takes one of Cheyenne’s pills, thinking it’s a vitamin. Meanwhile, ex-smokers Brock (Christopher Rich) and Barbra Jean (Melissa Peterman) lecture Kyra (Scarlett Pomers) and Jake (Mitch Holleman) on the dangers of smoking, but that doesn’t stop them from secretly lighting up.

Hello, My Name Is Cheyenne - May 20, 2005
Season Finale. After Reba (Reba McEntire) finds Van (Steve Howey) with an empty bottle of liquor in the previous episode, she takes it upon herself to keep him sober, much to Van’s annoyance during baseball season. Meanwhile, Kyra (Scarlett Pomers) and her band are invited to perform at a USO event for soldiers leaving for Iraq.

Help Wanted - May 13, 2005
Against her better judgment, Reba (Reba McEntire) succumbs to Cheyenne’s (JoAnna Garcia) desperate plea and hires an unemployed Van (Steve Howey) to be her assistant. Of course, Reba’s skepticism is proved wrong when Van effortlessly sells the house she has been trying to sell for weeks, throwing their boss-assistant relationship out of whack. Christopher Rich, Scarlett Pomers, Mitch Holleman and Melissa Peterman also star.

Go Far - May 6, 2005
In an attempt to spend more time with his son, Brock (Christopher Rich) volunteers to be a football coach and encourages a far-from-athletic Jake (Mitch Holleman) to try out for the team. Concerned that Jake is going to injure himself, Reba (Reba McEntire), Cheyenne (JoAnna Garcia) and Barbra Jean (Melissa Peterman) convince Van (Steve Howey) to come out of retirement to train Jake for the tryouts. Scarlett Pomers also stars.

Driving Miss Kyra - April 29, 2005
When Kyra (Scarlett Pomers) asks Reba (Reba McEntire) to help her prepare for her driving test, Barbra Jean (Melissa Peterman) and Van (Steve Howey) take it upon themselves to offer some of their own unconventional driving tips. After Kyra passes the test, Barbra Jean makes her sign a safety contract and a distrusting Reba gives her a cell phone with a hidden GPS chip. Meanwhile, Van discovers that Cheyenne (JoAnna Garcia) has been keeping a secret from the family. Christopher Rich and Mitch Holleman also star.

Reba’s Rules of Real Estate - April 15 , 2005
Country legends Dolly Parton and Reba McEntire come together for the first time in series television. Reba (McEntire) can barely contain her excitement after hearing that the city’s hottest real estate agent, Dolly Majors (Parton), wants to interview her for a potential job. However, Reba’s glee soon turns to full-blown panic when Dolly unexpectedly shows up at Reba’s house for a surprise interview. Christopher Rich, JoAnna Garcia, Steve Howey, Scarlett Pomers, Mitch Holleman and Melissa Peterman also star.

The Pageant of Grandmas - April 8 , 2005
After Jake (Mitch Holleman) enters Reba (Reba McEntire) into a beauty pageant for grandmothers, a jealous Barbra Jean (Melissa Peterman) sets out to compete with Reba to prove she is the true Grandma Hart. With help from Cheyenne (JoAnna Garcia) and taunting from Barbra Jean, Reba gets into competition mode. Real-life moms Jacqueline McEntire and Pam Peterman guest star as pageant contestants. Christopher Rich, Steve Howey and Scarlett Pomers also star.

Who Killed Brock? - February 25, 2005
When Barbra Jean’s (Melissa Peterman) new dog, Broq, goes missing and a psychic tells her someone in the family is to blame, the finger pointing begins and Reba (Reba McEntire), Brock (Christopher Rich), Cheyenne (JoAnna Garcia) and Van (Steve Howey) must all come up with an alibi for where they were when the dog disappeared. Scarlett Pomers and Mitch Holleman also star.

Flowers For Van - February 18, 2005
Feeling deprived of attention from Van (Steve Howey), Cheyenne (JoAnna Garcia) unwittingly develops a pseudo relationship with the father of her daughter’s play-date. Meanwhile, Reba (Reba McEntire) is drawn into the world of on-line poker, but has no idea that her flirtatious competitor is none other than her ex-husband, Brock (Christopher Rich). Scarlett Pomers, Mitch Holleman and Melissa Peterman also star.

Reba The Realtor - February 11, 2005
When Reba (Reba McEntire) decides to pursue a career in real estate, Brock (Christopher Rich) reluctantly agrees to let Reba handle the sale of his precious condo. Unfortunately, the situation gets a little sticky when Reba receives a great offer, but Brock refuses to sell, validating Barbra Jean’s (Melissa Peterman) concern that Brock is holding on to his bachelor pad as a security blanket. Meanwhile, Van (Steve Howey) begrudgingly chaperones Kyra (Scarlett Pomers) so she can perform with her band at a club, but Van quickly changes his tune when he sees real talent in Kyra and offers to manage the band. JoAnna Garcia and Mitch Holleman also star.

Date Of Mirth - February 4, 2005
Barbra Jean (Melissa Peterman) confesses to Reba (Reba McEntire) that she has developed a serious crush on her and Brock’s (Christopher Rich) new marriage counselor, Dr. Morgan (guest star James Denton), and enlists Reba’s help in firing him. However, Reba is put in an awkward situation when she finds herself attracted to the doctor and agrees to go on a date with him, knowing that it will most likely devastate Barbra Jean. JoAnna Garcia, Steve Howey, Scarlett Pomers and Mitch Holleman also star.

Reba And The Nanny - January 28, 2005
Reba (Reba McEntire) learns that Van (Steve Howey), who is still nursing a hurt ego from the loss of his football career, has hired a nanny (guest star Ontiveros) so that he can spend more time goofing off. Meanwhile, Barbra Jean (Melissa Peterman) buys a dog - and names her “Broq” - to combat her loneliness for Brock (Christopher Rich) ever since he moved out, and Cheyenne (JoAnna Garcia) can barely function at home due to an overwhelming school schedule on top of an internship at her dad’s dental office. Scarlett Pomers and Mitch Holleman also star.

Diamond Jim Brady - January 21, 2005
When Van (Steve Howey) suffers a severe knee injury and learns that he must give up his dream career in arena football, Reba (Reba McEntire), Cheyenne (JoAnna Garcia) and the rest of the family try to keep him from getting too down on himself. However, Van’s luck and spirits takes a turn for the better when the team awards him with a huge settlement, which quickly burns a hole in his pocket. Christopher Rich, Scarlett Pomers, Mitch Holleman and Melissa Peterman also star.

No Boys Upstairs - January 14, 2005
Against Barbra Jean’s (Melissa Peterman) atypical “better” judgment, Reba (Reba McEntire) allows Kyra (Scarlett Pomers) to spend time with her boyfriend, Chip (guest star Justin Smolian), without adult supervision, but she is forced to question her decision after Jake (Mitch Holleman) confesses that Kyra and Chip broke house rules, spending time upstairs in Kyra’s room. Meanwhile, Cheyenne (JoAnna Garcia) accompanies Van (Steve Howey) to Denver for the first time expecting to find his new apartment in complete disarray. However, much to her disappointment, Van’s apartment is in immaculate condition and he is clearly relishing in his newfound independence. Chris Rich also stars.

Thanksgiving - November 19, 2004
Reba (Reba McEntire) and Barbra Jean (Melissa Peterman) clash over who is going to host Thanksgiving dinner. However, a compromise is reached when Barbra Jean offers to share cooking duties, while allowing Reba to keep the celebration at her house as usual. Unfortunately, the plan leads to hurt feelings when Barbra Jean confesses she still feels like an outsider compared to Reba, who is always at the center of the family’s attention. Chris Rich, Mitch Holleman, Steve Howey, Joanna Garcia, Scarlett Pomers, and Mitch Holleman also star.

Hello, I Must Be Going - November 12, 2004
Already concerned about Van living part-time in Denver, Cheyenne (JoAnna Garcia) is fit to be tied when she learns that Van (Steve Howey) lied about having to return to Denver early. Meanwhile, an overjoyed Reba (Reba McEntire) is faced with a difficult predicament when Kyra (Scarlett Pomers) contemplates moving back home, a situation that may result in more damage to Kyra’s relationship with her father, Brock (Christopher Rich). Scarlett Pomers, Mitch Holleman and Melissa Peterman also star.

All For One - November 5, 2004
Reba (Reba McEntire) encourages Brock (Christopher Rich) to follow his heart if that means pursuing his dream of playing professional golf, but Barbra Jean (Melissa Peterman) is less-than-thrilled with Reba’s advice, worrying that it will mean the end of her marriage. Meanwhile, Cheyenne (JoAnna Garcia) tries to assuage Van’s (Steve Howey) hysteria that playing arena football in Denver is costing him precious time with his daughter, Elizabeth (Alena & Gabrielle Leberger), who, unbeknownst to her father, recently started pre-school. Scarlett Pomers and Mitch Holleman also star.

Couple’s Therapy - October 22, 2004
Reba (Reba McEntire) confronts Brock (Christopher Rich) and Barbra Jean’s (Melissa Peterman) therapist, Dr. Joe Baker (guest star Patrick Duffy), after she learns that he holds her primarily responsible for Brock and Barbra Jean’s marital problems. Meanwhile, Cheyenne (JoAnna Garcia) is prepared to console a lonely Van (Steve Howey) on his first visit home, but is crushed to find out that he loves his new life in Denver. Scarlett Pomers and Mitch Holleman also star.

Surprise - October 15, 2004
Feeling guilty about not making a big enough to-do over Van’s (Steve Howey) new arena football contract, Reba (Reba McEntire) and Cheyenne (JoAnna Garcia) decide it would be a great idea to throw him a surprise party. However, the real surprise comes when Van tells Cheyenne that he’s been traded to a team in Denver. Christopher Rich, Scarlett Pomers, Mitch Holleman and Melissa Peterman also star.

Van’s Agent - October 8, 2004
In the midst of wooing a powerful sports agent (guest star Wendie Malick) who also happens to be gay, Van (Steve Howey) falsely “outs” his mother-in-law, Reba (Reba McEntire), to cover up for an unfortunate off-color joke. Of course, Reba finds herself in quite the predicament when the agent thinks Reba’s innocent dinner invitation means something more and the entire family expects her to keep up the charade for Van’s sake.

The Two-Girl Theory - October 1, 2004
Barbra Jean (Melissa Peterman) convinces an unenthusiastic Reba (Reba McEntire) to go clubbing with her, so no one is more surprised than Reba when it turns out that they actually have fun together and meet lots of men. Meanwhile, Van (Steve Howey) is in the doghouse with Reba and Cheyenne (JoAnna Garcia) after they find out he took it upon himself to give Jake (Mitch Holleman) “the talk” about the birds and the bees.

Mother’s Intuition - September 24, 2004
Reba (Reba McEntire) grows suspicious and decides to investigate after Kyra (Scarlett Pomers) repeatedly cancels plans with the family. As it turns out, a newly separated and lonely Barbra Jean (Melissa Peterman) has been monopolizing all of Kyra’s time and has even taken to dressing like Kyra’s identical twin. Meanwhile, Brock (Christopher Rich) and Barbra Jean’s marital problems cause Cheyenne (JoAnna Garcia) to question whether any marriage lasts forever, but Van (Steve Howey) manages to use his unique optimism to lift her spirits.

The Accidental Role Model - September 17, 2004
Season Premiere. Reba (Reba McEntire) finds herself in the middle of one of Brock (Christopher Rich) and Barbra Jean’s (Melissa Peterman) fights once again, but this time the odds have been raised as Barbra Jean considers calling it quits on their marriage and declares Reba her inspiration. Meanwhile, Cheyenne (JoAnna Garcia) and Van (Steve Howey) are thrown for a loop when Kyra (Scarlett Pomers) tells them that Barbra Jean might have caught Reba and Brock in bed together. Mitch Holleman also stars.

Core Focus - May 14, 2004
Barbra Jean (Melissa Peterman) enlists Reba’s (Reba McEntire) help to break the news to Brock (Christopher Rich) that she wants another baby, but the situation backfires when Barbra Jean catches Reba and Brock in a romantic embrace. Meanwhile, Cheyenne (JoAnna Garcia) and Van (Steve Howey) figure it’s about time they get their own place, but need Reba to co-sign the lease when they fall in love with an expensive penthouse that is way out of their league. Scarlett Pomers and Mitch Holleman also star.

Girl’s Night Out - May 7, 2004
Barbra Jean (Melissa Peterman) decides she’s never speaking to Reba (Reba McEntire) again after she accuses Reba of interfering with her marriage to Brock (Christopher Rich) one too many times. However, when Cheyenne (JoAnna Garcia) pleads for a girls’ night out to celebrate her 21st birthday, the tension between the two women leads to a crazy bar brawl. Steve Howey, Scarlett Pomers and Mitch Holleman also star.

Happy Pills - April 30, 2004
Barbra Jean (Melissa Peterman) comes to Reba (Reba McEntire) for advice when she suspects that Brock (Christopher Rich) is cheating on her, but the truth turns out to be even more serious than either of them suspected. Meanwhile, Cheyenne (JoAnna Garcia) and Van (Steve Howey) offer to chaperone a less-than-eager Kyra (Scarlett Pomers) on a date with her boyfriend, but that turns out to be unnecessary after he breaks her heart.

The Good Girl - March 26, 2004
Reba (Reba McEntire), feeling her wild oats, decides she doesn’t always have to be the responsible one and takes Van’s (Steve Howey) new sports car out for a joy ride, only to end up scraping it. While trying to hide the imperfection from Van, Reba learns someone else might have damaged the car first. Christopher Rich, JoAnna Garcia, Scarlett Pomers, Mitch Holleman and Melissa Peterman also star.

The Big Fix-Up - March 19, 2004
Reba (Reba McEntire) is ready to wring Barbra Jean’s (Melissa Peterman) neck after she finds out that the crazy blonde has secretly planned a blind date (guest star Leslie Jordan) for her favorite redhead. To make things even worse, Barbra Jean announces that she and Brock (Christopher Rich) will be coming along on a double date. Meanwhile, Van (Steve Howey) gets carried away with his bonus money and buys a sports car without including Cheyenne (JoAnna Garcia) in the big decision. Christopher Rich, Scarlett Pomers and Mitch Holleman also star.

Fight or Flight - February 20, 2004
The entire Hart clan goes into panic mode when Kyra (Scarlett Pomers) disappears from Brock (Christopher Rich) and Barbra Jean’s (Melissa Peterman) house in the middle of the night. Meanwhile, an exuberant Van (Steve Howey) can’t understand why Cheyenne (JoAnna Garcia) is petrified at the thought of appearing with him on a cable sports show, but the tables quickly turn once the cameras start rolling.

Sister Act - February 13, 2004
Reba (Reba McEntire) and Brock (Christopher Rich) don’t know whether to hug or ground Kyra (Scarlett Pomers) after she admits to punching a classmate who called Cheyenne (JoAnna Garcia) a ####. Meanwhile, Van (Steve Howey) gets a bit carried away helping Jake (Mitch Holleman) build a volcano for his science fair. Melissa Peterman also stars.

The Shirt Off My Back - February 6, 2004
Cheyenne (JoAnna Garcia) is horrified when Van (Steve Howey) announces he is going to shave his head as a team-bonding ritual. Meanwhile, when Barbra Jean (Melissa Peterman) sells one of Reba’s (Reba McEntire) old patched workshirts, she convinces Reba that they should go into business together. Christopher Rich, Scarlett Pomers and Mitch Holleman also star.

Brock’s Mulligan - January 30, 2004
Not wanting his team to find out that he and Cheyenne (JoAnna Garcia) are living with his mother-in-law, Van (Steve Howey) tries to pass Reba (Reba McEntire) off as their maid. Meanwhile, Brock (Christopher Rich) confides to Reba (Reba McEntire) and Barbra Jean (Melissa Peterman) that he wants to sell his dental practice and pursue his dream of golfing professionally on the Senior Tour. Scarlett Pomers and Mitch Holleman also star.

To Tell The Truth - January 23, 2004
When Van (Steve Howey) fails to mention that he got a ride home from the team’s attractive female publicist (guest star Sarah Shahi), Cheyenne (Joanna Garcia) suspects that he is cheating on her and kicks him out of the house. Cheyenne admits to Reba (Reba McEntire) that she fears her marriage will fall apart just like her parents’ marriage did. Christopher Rich, Melissa Peterman, Scarlett Pomers and Mitch Holleman also star.

The United Front - January 16, 2004
Over Brock (Christopher Rich) and Barbra Jean’s (Melissa Peterman) objections, Reba (Reba McEntire) gives Kyra (Scarlett Pomers) permission to go on her first date, but the accusations fly when it turns out that the boy (guest star A.J. Trauth) is 17-years-old. The three parents decide to chaperone, which ruins the date for Kyra and causes Reba to realize she will have to let Brock and Barbra Jean help set the rules. JoAnna Garcia, Steve Howey and Mitch Holleman also star.

All Growed Up - January 9, 2004
Van (Steve Howey) decides put his college education on hold to try out for Arena Football, but Reba’s (Reba McEntire) disapproval makes him so nervous that he blows his chance. Realizing she has to let her kids make their own decisions, Reba steps in to get Van a second chance at a football career. Christopher Rich, JoAnna Garcia, Scarlett Pomers, Mitch Holleman and Melissa Peterman also star.

The Great Race - November 21, 2003
When Reba (Reba McEntire) agrees to compete against Brock (Christopher Rich) in a 5K race to raise money for Jake’s (Mitch Holleman) school, Van (Steve Howey) insists on coaching her to victory. Meanwhile, Barbara Jean (Melissa Peterman) tries to teach Cheyenne (JoAnna Garcia) to cook.

Regarding Henry - November 14, 2003
When Van (Steve Howey) and Cheyenne (JoAnna Garcia) go out of town for Van’s football game, Reba (Reba McEntire) is upset to find they have asked Barbra Jean (Melissa Peterman) to take care of Elizabeth. Reba tries everything to convince the family that Barbra Jean is not a fit caretaker, but Brock (Christopher Rich) finally gets Reba to admit that she has almost come to like Barbra Jean. Scarlett Pomers and Mitch Holleman also star.

The Cat’s Meow - November 7, 2003
Kyra (Scarlett Pomers) and Barbra Jean hide a stray cat in the attic so Brock (Christopher Rich) won’t have an allergic reaction to the animal, but it turns out that Barbra Jean and Cheyenne (JoAnna Garcia) are the ones who are really allergic to cats. Meanwhile, Reba (Reba McEntire) and Brock use outrageous gifts to compete for Jake’s (Mitch Holleman) affection. Steve Howey also stars.

The Ghost and Mrs. Hart - October 31, 2003
Reba (Reba McEntire) thinks it’s funny that Barbra Jean (Melissa Peterman) believes her house is haunted by a previous owner who died there, however, the joke quickly wears thin when Barbara Jean moves in with Reba. After a “ghost-rdding” ceremony, Barbara Jean admits that she believes the ghost is after her because she stole Brock (Christopher Rich) from Reba. JoAnna Garcia, Steve Howey, Scarlett Pomers and Mitch Holleman also star.

Encounters - October 17, 2003
When Reba (Reba McEntire) lets Barbra Jean (Melissa Peterman) and Cheyenne (JoAnna Garcia) hold a “communications workshop” in her living room, Brock (Christopher Rich) and Van (Steve Howey) are not happy about having to share their feelings in a group setting. However, when the counselor, Todd (guest star Martin Mull), forces Reba and Kyra (Scarlett Pomers) to join the group, everyone is surprised by Kyra’s true feelings. Mitch Holleman also stars.

Calling The Pot Brock - October 10, 2003
When Kyra (Scarlett Pomers) asks Brock (Christopher Rich) if he ever smoked marijuana, he is caught off guard and claims he never did. Brock’s agonized confession that he did try pot, shocks Barbra Jean (Melissa Peterman), while Reba is proud to say that she never used drugs. Meanwhile, Cheyenne makes a confession to Van (Steve Howey) about her own brush with the drug world. Mitch Holleman also stars.

Spies Like Reba - October 3, 2003
Suspicious of Kyra’s (Scarlett Pomers) secretiveness, Barbra Jean (Melissa Peterman) convinces Reba (Reba McEntire) to hack into her e-mail, where they learn that she’s planning to attend an unsupervised party and possibly “go to the next level” with a boy. Reba, Brock (Christopher Rich) and Barbra Jean stakeout the party in an attempt to prevent Kyra from repeating Cheyenne’s (JoAnna Garcia) mistakes. Steve Howey and Mitch Holleman also star.

The Best and the Blondest - September 26, 2003
Cheyenne (JoAnna Garcia) decides to one-up Kyra (Scarlett Pomers) in the competition for their father’s (Christopher Rich) affection by announcing that she will pursue a career in “dentisting.” Reba (Reba McEntire), skeptical of Cheyenne’s long-term prospects, tries to point her in a less ambitious direction. Steve Howey, Mitch Holleman and Melissa Peterman and also star.

War and Peace - September 19, 2003
Reba (Reba McEntire) is delighted to discover that she and Kyra (Scarlett Pomers) are closer than ever since Krya moved in with Brock (Christopher Rich) and Barbra Jean (Melissa Peterman), especially since Kyra’s behavior is driving Brock and Barbra Jean to their wits’ end. Meanwhile, Cheyenne’s (JoAnna Garcia) snoring is causing problems for Van (Steve Howey). Mitch Holleman also stars.

She’s Leaving Home, Bye Bye - September 12, 2003
Kyra’s (Scarlett Pomers) decision to move in with Brock (Christopher Rich) and Barbra Jean (Melissa Peterman) leaves Reba (Reba McEntire) reeling while the rest of the family tries to sort out their feelings of hurt, anger and guilt. A series of flashbacks revisits the turbulent milestones in the family history that led them to this point. JoAnna Garcia, Steve Howey and Mitch Holleman also star.

Your Place or Mine? - May 9, 2003
When Kyra (Scarlett Pomers) informs Brock (Christopher Rich) and Barbra Jean (Melissa Peterman) that she is contemplating moving in with them, Brock swears can’t-keep-a-secret-to-save-her-life Barbra Jean to secrecy until Kyra makes her final decision. Upon hearing the news, Reba (Reba McEntire) is completely devastated, while Cheyenne (JoAnna Garcia) and Van (Steve Howey) immediately start making plans to use Kyra’s room as a nursery.

Location, Location, Location - May 2, 2003
Reba (Reba McEntire) is ready to blow a gasket when Brock (Christopher Rich) and Barbra Jean (Melissa Peterman) tell her they are buying a house around the corner from her. As if that weren’t enough stress, a cash-strapped Reba must find a way to come up with extra funds so that over-achieving Kyra (Scarlett Pomers) can travel to England over the summer and under-achieving Cheyenne (JoAnna Garcia) can repeat classes in summer school.

The Will - April 25, 2003
After a near-death experience, Reba (Reba McEntire) decides it’s time to put her personal matters in order and draw up a will. However, Reba goes off the deep end when she accidentally discovers that Cheyenne (JoAnna Garcia) and Van (Steve Howey) have asked Brock (Christopher Rich) and Barbra Jean (Melissa Peterman) to be Elizabeth’s guardians in the event that something happens to them.

For Sale, Cheap - March 28, 2003
At Jake’s (Mitch Holleman) school auction, Reba’s (Reba McEntire), good intentions turn sour when Barbra Jean (Melissa Peterman) places the highest bid and wins Reba as her personal assistant for the day. Meanwhile, Cheyenne (JoAnna Garcia) is overcome with jealousy when Van’s (Steve Howey) private football lessons are the hit of the auction with women lined up to place their bids.

The Best Defense - March 14, 2003
When Reba (Reba McEntire), Cheyenne (JoAnna Garcia), Kyra (Scarlett Pomers) and Barbra Jean (Melissa Peterman) enroll in a self-defense class, a mock scenario quickly escalates into hand-to-hand combat when Reba pairs off against Barbra Jean. Back at the home front, Brock (Christopher Rich) and Van (Steve Howey) decide to install an alarm system to protect the family, but make the mistake of allowing Jake (Mitch Holleman) to create the “secret” password.

The Wall - March 7, 2003
When Van (Steve Howey) and Cheyenne (JoAnna Garcia) reconcile with Van’s parents (guest stars Mark Tymchyshyn and Robin Riker), Reba (Reba McEntire) feels threatened by the extravagant gifts they shower on baby Elizabeth and the situation soon escalates into a competition over who are the better grandparents. Meanwhile, Cheyenne has difficulty adjusting to life now that Van has returned to the football team and has little time to spend with her.

And The Grammy Goes To… - February 28, 2003
Brock’s (Christopher Rich) mother comes to visit and drops the bomb that Brock confided to her that he may have made a huge mistake by leaving Reba (Reba McEntire) to marry Barbra Jean (Melissa Peterman). Meanwhile, Cheyenne (JoAnna Garcia) convinces Van (Steve Howey) that it might be time to forgive and forget with his parents.

The Feud - February 21, 2003
Reba (Reba McEntire) doesn’t like it one bit when she is pressured to take sides as the key witness in a silly legal battle between two bullheaded and immature dentists, her boss Eugene (guest star Dan Castellaneta, the voice of Homer Simpson in The Simpsons) and Brock (Christopher Rich). Meanwhile, the gloves come off when Cheyenne (JoAnna Garcia) and Van (Steve Howey) argue over which one of them is a bigger liar and cheat.

Valentine’s Day - February 14, 2003
Reba (Reba McEntire) is so freaked out about spending Valentine’s Day with Brian (guest star Mark Thompson) that she pretends to be sick to get out of the date, but her plan backfires when he shows up with chicken soup and tells her he loves her. Meanwhile, in a battle of male egos, Brock (Christopher Rich) and Van (Steve Howey) compete to see who can be the most romantic with their wives.

Terry Holliway - February 7, 2003
Attending an out-of-town funeral for Reba’s (Reba McEntire) college boyfriend, Reba and Brock (Christopher Rich) take a walk down memory lane but are overwhelmed by feelings of guilt over the fact that Reba broke up with her boyfriend to run away with Brock. Back at home, Barbra Jean (Melissa Peterman) worries about Reba and Brock being alone together; and Cheyenne (JoAnna Garcia) and Van (Steve Howey) get power hungry when they’re left in charge of Kyra (Scarlett Pomers) and Jake (Mitch Holleman).

Seeing Red - January 31, 2003
Reba (Reba McEntire) suggests that an exhausted Barbra Jean (Melissa Peterman) treat herself to a spa make-over, but can’t believe her eyes when Barbra Jean transforms herself into a redheaded Reba look-alike. To make matters worse, Reba begins to feel Kyra (Scarlett Pomers) pulling away from her while growing closer to her stepmom Barbra Jean. Meanwhile, when Van (Steve Howey) makes the mistake of asking Cheyenne (JoAnna Garcia) to join him on his football diet, she accuses him of not being attracted to her since she had the baby.

The Rings - January 24, 2003
A sentimental Brock (Christopher Rich) is so upset to find out that a strapped-for-cash Reba (Reba McEntire) is selling her engagement ring on Ebay that he enters the bidding in an attempt to get the ring back. However, keeping the ring “in the family” takes a bizarre turn when Barbra Jean (Melissa Peterman) assumes the ring is for her. Meanwhile, Van (Steve Howey) decides it¿s time to buy Cheyenne (JoAnna Garcia) a ring of her own, but is embarrassed when he is forced to choose between a cubic zirconia or a tiny diamond.

The Vasectomy - January 17, 2003
Brock (Christopher Rich) finds himself stuck between two irate women, Reba (Reba McEntire) and a baby-crazed Barbara Jean (Melissa Peterman), after he reveals that he had a secret vasectomy two years ago while he and Reba were trying to save their marriage. Meanwhile, following a pregnancy scare, Cheyenne (JoAnna Garcia) and Van (Steve Howey) move out of the house in protest after a furious Reba lays down some new ground rules.

A Moment in Time - January 10, 2003
Reba (Reba McEntire) suggests that the family create a time capsule and videotape private messages for Cheyenne’s (JoAnna Garcia) baby, Elizabeth. Unfortunately, privacy is thrown out the window and feelings are hurt when curiosity gets the best of everyone and they foolishly decide to watch the tape.

Cookies For Santa - December 13, 2002
Reba (Reba McEntire) is disappointed to learn she’ll be spending Christmas Eve alone, but while paying a visit to the local homeless shelter she meets a special person (guest star Victor Raider-Wexler) who teaches her the true meaning of the holiday season. Meanwhile, Cheyenne (JoAnna Garcia) and Van’s (Steve Howey) plan to start a new holiday tradition backfires; and Reba and Brock (Christopher Rich) argue over who will be the one to give Jake (Mitch Holleman) his first bike for Christmas.

Ring-a-Ding - November 22, 2002
Reba (Reba McEntire) begins to feel more comfortable in her relationship with Brian (guest star Mark Thompson) so she bravely invites him home to meet her family. Meanwhile, Brock (Christopher Rich) and the kids are less than enthusiastic after they learn they have to attend Barbra Jean’s (Melissa Peterman) family reunion in Fisheye Bottom. At the reunion, Brock runs scared of Barbra Jean’s gun-toting father, Big Daddy (guest star Dion Anderson), and Barbra Jean finds herself the butt of the joke when it comes to her older sister (guest star Rachel York) and brother-in-law (guest star Colby Donaldson).

Switch - November 15, 2002
In hopes of resuscitating her non-existent love life, Reba (Reba McEntire) hits the bar scene with her friend Lori Ann (guest star Park Overall) but is mortified when they run into Brock (Christopher Rich), Barbra Jean (Melissa Peterman), Cheyenne (JoAnna Garcia) and Van (Steve Howey) on a double date. Cheyenne finally convinces a reluctant Reba to try speed dating, and everyone is surprised when she actually makes a love connection.

Mommy Nearest - November 8, 2002
When Reba (Reba McEntire) goes to work full-time for Brock’s (Christopher Rich) rival (guest star Dan Castellaneta), Jake (Mitch Holleman) starts referring to Barbra Jean (Melissa Peterman) as “Mommy.” Meanwhile, Van (Steve Howey) gets a new job working as a gardener, and Cheyenne (JoAnna Garcia) can’t understand why he’d rather spend time with his fellow “lawn jockeys” than the in-crowd.

Safe Dating - November 1, 2002
Kyra (Scarlett Pomers) is less than thrilled when Reba (Reba McEntire) takes a romantic interest in her boyfriend’s (guest star Andrew James Allen) father (guest star Ben Reed). Their dating dilemma grows even more complicated when Kyra breaks up with her boyfriend.

It’s Jakes Party, Cry If You Want To - October 18, 2002
Reba loves to make fun of Barbra Jean (Melissa Peterman) but vows to suck it up for Kyra’s (Scarlett Pomers) sake; however her plan backfires during Jakes birthday party when Barbra Jean starts thowing out a few insults of her own. Meanwhile, Brock (Christopher Rich) shows up to the party fresh from his first Botox treatment.

Reba Works For Brock - October 11, 2002
Reba (Reba McEntire) sets aside her pride and accepts a job reporting to Barbra Jean (Melissa Peterman) in Brock’s (Christopher Rich) dental office. As if things couldn’t get any worse, she also finds herself counseling Brock after Barbra Jean complains to Reba that Brock is neglecting her. Meanwhile, Cheyenne (JoAnna Garcia) goes back to college and Van (Steve Howey) is left to play Mr. Mom at home with the baby.

Proud Reba - October 4, 2002
With finances tight, Reba (Reba McEntire) sets out to find a job but quickly learns that her many years of experience as a mother don’t transfer over into the job field. When Cheyenne (JoAnna Garcia) and Van (Steve Howey) happily announce that they’ve applied for food stamps, a very frustrated Reba swallows her pride and takes Brock (Christopher Rich) up on his offer to give her a job in his dental office.

Skating Away - September 27, 2002
With Cheyenne (JoAnna Garcia), Van (Steve Howey) and the baby living in student housing, things are finally back to normal and Reba (Reba McEntire) plans to focus more attention on Kyra (Scarlett Pommers), who has become distant. However, her plans suddenly fall short when Van injures himself, suspending his scholarship and losing his off-campus housing, forcing the Montgomery family back into Reba’s home.

House Rules - September 20, 2002
Reba (Reba McEntire) is shocked at the lifestyle her kids are living when they stay with Brock (Christopher Rich) and Barbra Jean (Melissa Peterman), but when she confronts them she accidentally learns the reason that Brock left her for Barbra Jean. Meanwhile, on their first night out together since becoming parents, Cheyenne (JoAnna Garcia) and Van (Steve Howey) admit to each other that their baby is a nightmare.

It Ain’t Over till the Red-Head Sings - May 10, 2002
Cheyenne (JoAnna) is so determined to attend the high school graduation ceremony and receive her diploma in person that she refuses to tell anyone when she goes into labor just before the ceremony. After getting Cheyenne to the hospital just in time, Reba (Reba McEntire) bonds with her new granddaughter by singing her a lullaby.

Up a Treehouse With a Paddle - May 10, 2002
Brock (Christopher Rich) and Barbra Jean (Melissa Peterman) are so exhausted from caring for their new baby that Brock breaks his promise to build a treehouse for Jake (Mitch Holleman), leaving Reba (Reba McEntire) to put on her hard hat and get the job done. When Brock tries to make it up to Jake by spending the night in the treehouse with him, Reba finds herself babysitting for her ex-husband’s newborn.

The King and I - May 3, 2002
Even though she’s nine months pregnant, Cheyenne (JoAnna Garcia) is convinced she’s a shoo-in for Prom Queen, so when she discovers she only won because of Van’s (Steve Howey) popularity, she refuses to go. Meanwhile, Reba (Reba McEntire) and Brock (Christopher Rich) overreact when a high school boy asks Kyra (Scarlett Pomers) to be his prom date.

Labor of Love (a.k.a. BJ Has Her Baby) - April 26, 2002
While Brock (Christopher Rich) is off on a camping trip, Reba (Reba McEntire) and Barbra Jean (Melissa Peterman) rush Cheyenne (JoAnna Garcia) to the hospital, where it turns out to be a false alarm for Cheyenne but the real thing for Barbra Jean. Wanting Brock to be present at the birth of his child, Reba takes off for the wilderness to find him.

She Works Hard For Their Money - April 19, 2002
At Cheyenne’s (JoAnna Garcia) baby shower, Brock (Christopher Rich) generously bestows a car on the parents-to-be, but Reba (Reba McEntire) insists that they help pay for the car until she finds herself doing most of the work for Van’s (Steve Howey) job as a pizza delivery boy.

He’s Having A Baby - April 12, 2002
When Cheyenne (JoAnna Garcia) has to finish a high school term paper, Reba (Reba McEntire) agrees to be Van’s (Steve Howie) temporary Lamaze partner, but the sight of Brock (Christopher Rich) and Barbra Jean (Melissa Peterman) in the same class results in a surprising altercation involving a rubber baby doll.

Vanny Dearest - March 15, 2002
When Van (Steve Howey) is named “Player of the Year,” Reba (Reba McEntire) tries to convince his parents to mend the breach with their son and attend the awards dinner in his honor, but her efforts backfire when Van’s mother (guest star Robin Riker) walks out on her husband and ends up bunking with Reba.

You May Kick The Bride - February 22, 2002
When Barbara Jean (Melissa Peterman) gets a case of pre-wedding jitters and calls off the marriage, Reba (Reba McEntire) has to convince her that marrying Brock (Christopher Rich) is the right thing to do, then finds herself an unwilling member of the wedding party.

The Story Of A Divorce - February 15, 2002
Now that the divorce is final, Reba’s (Reba McEntire) best friend Lori Ann (guest star Park Overall, Empty Nest) looks up Reba’s old college flame (guest star Peter Scolari, Bosom Buddies, Newhart) and arranges a date, which Reba enjoys until she suddenly remembers why she broke up with him in the first place. Scolari also appears in a scene reunited with his Newhart co-star Julia Duffy.

Brock’s Swan Song - February 1, 2002
When Brock’s (Christopher Rich) father dies unexpectedly during a golf game, Brock decides that the golf course is the only fitting resting place, but he and Reba (Reba McEntire) are arrested while spreading the ashes, a development that forces Brock to finally face his grief over both the loss of his father and his life with Reba. Meanwhile, Cheyene’s (JoAnna Garcia) ultrasound reveals that she and Van (Steve Howey) are having a girl.

A Mid-Semester’s Night Dream - January 25, 2002
Facing the reality of her new life as a single woman, Reba (Reba McEntire) returns to teaching with a job as a substitute at Cheyenne’s (JoAnna Garcia) high school, but immediately gets fired when she discourages a teen couple who are considering marriage, and her advice is misinterpreted as an endorsement of premarital sex.

Meet The Parents - January 18, 2002
Reba’s (Reba McEntire) dad (guest star Barry Corbin) and mom (guest star Dorothy Lyman, The Bold and the Beautiful) come to visit and surprise everyone when their initial disapproval of their son-in-law’s new girlfriend Barbra Jean (Melissa Peterman) quickly gives way to enthusiastic acceptance of the new family member.

When Good Credit Goes Bad - January 11, 2002
When Barbra Jean (Melissa Peterman) runs up exorbitant charges on a credit card Reba (Reba McEntire) still shares with Brock (Christopher Rich), Reba has to get Barbra Jean sprung from “mall jail” and, in the process, Reba learns that Brock is secretly planning a quickie wedding in the Virgin Islands.

Every Picture Tells A Story - December 14, 2001
Reba’s (Reba McEntire) best friend Lori Ann (guest star Park Overall) returns to Houston and is surprised to find Reba and Brock (Christopher Rich) are still on friendly terms despite the divorce, but when Lori Ann finds an old picture of Brock with Barbra Jean (Melissa Peterman), Reba suspects that Brock was cheating on her much earlier than she knew.

Don’t Know Much About History - December 7, 2001
Reba (Reba McEntire) steps in to tutor Van (Steve Howie) when the pressure of being the football team’s star player keeps him from passing a history test, while Kyra (Scarlett Pomers) falls for a tuba player in her school band.

Tea and Antipathy - November 16, 2001
Cheyenne (JoAnna Garcia) is thrilled when Van’s (Steve Howey) parents give him a new truck and invite him to move back home, but Van turns to Reba (Reba McEntire) for advice when it becomes clear that his parents’ offer is only good if he leaves his new bride.

The Man and the Moon - November 9, 2001
Brock (Christopher Rich) turns into a jealous ex-husband when Reba (Reba McEntire) calls a plumber (Evigan) to fix her kitchen faucet and the two of them end up sharing an unexpectedly romantic evening at a hardware store, while Cheyenne’s (JoAnna Garcia) impulsive decision to “moon” Van’s teammates is immortalized on the internet.

The Steaks are High - November 2, 2001
Van (Steve Howey) talks Reba (Reba McEntire) into hosting the football team’s traditional pre-game dinner, but when Cheyenne (JoAnna Garcia) accidentally buys a new brand of potato salad, the team believes that the break from tradition is an omen of certain doom, leaving Reba to save both the team and Cheyenne from disaster.

You Make Me Sick - October 26, 2001
Cheyenne (JoAnna Garcia) tries unsuccessfully to hide her morning sickness from Van (Steve Howey), while Reba (Reba McEntire) discovers that her neighbor disapproves of the dysfunctional Hart lifestyle and refuses to let her son sleep over with Jake (Mitch Holleman).

Someone’s At The Gyno With Reba - October 19, 2001
Everyone has a hard time adjusting when Van (Steve Howey) moves his belongings into the Hart household, on the same day that Reba (Reba McEntire) discovers that the obstetrician she has chosen for her daughter Cheyenne (JoAnna Garcia) will also be delivering the baby of ex-husband Brock (Christopher Rich) and his mistress Barbra Jean (Melissa Peterman).

The Honeymoon’s Over or Now What? - October 12, 2001
Reba (Reba McEntire) takes a risky moral stand when newlyweds Cheyenne (JoAnna Garcia) and Van (Steve Howey) face their first crises as Cheyenne is kicked out of high school for being pregnant, but Van is allowed to stay so the football team can make the championships.

Premiere - October 5, 2001
The white-picket-fence world of the Hart family collapses when Texas soccer mom Reba (Reba McEntire) discovers that her dentist husband Brock (Christopher Rich) is leaving her for his impossibly perky and unfortunately pregnant dental hygienist Barbra Jean (Melissa Peterman). As if that bombshell isn’t enough, Reba also learns that her 17-year-old daughter Cheyenne (JoAnna Garcia) is pregnant by her boyfriend Van (newcomer Steve Howey). Concerned with the effect all this chaos will have on 12-year-old Kyra (Scarlett Pomers) and 9-year-old Jake (Mitch Holleman), and determined that her family will muddle through this domestic mess together, Reba summons her courage and plans a shotgun wedding while trying to keep the husband-stealing future stepmother of her children at arm’s length.


Album & Single

Love Somebody

Current Album

Love Somebody

 

Current Single

Going Out Like That

 

The new album LOVE SOMEBODY comes out April 14!

Connect With Us

Facebook - Connect with new and old Reba Fans from around the world. // Like Us

Twitter - The latest news tweeted right to your computer or phone. // Follow Us

YouTube - Watch new and old classic clips of your favorite red head. // View Channel

Forum - Join our chat community and make some new friends. // Join The Discussion

Dates & Events

Television - 50th ACM Awards

April 19, 2015 - 8:00 PM, ET

Television - "REBA" - airs on ABC Family & CMT. Check Your Local Listings.

View more dates & events>