A Texas mother copes with multiple domestic problems.
Will Mackenzie (Director), Chris Atwood (Writer), Pat Bullard (Writer), Donald Beck (Writer), Christopher Rich (Director), Christopher Case (Writer), Robbie Countryman (Director), Matt Berry (Writer), Ed Yeager (Writer), Don Beck (Writer), Kevin Abbott (Writer), Patti Carr (Writer), Lara Runnels (Writer), Robert Krakower (Director), Clarence Pruitt (Writer), Aimee Jones (Writer), Mimi Deaton (Director), Mike Montesano (Writer), Steve Stajich (Writer), Stevie ray Fromstein (Writer), David Schladweiler (Writer), Christopher Chase (Writer), Jack Kenny (Director), Keith Samples (Director), Chris Case (Writer), Christopher Lehr (Writer), Leslie kolins Small (Director), Moosie Drier (Director), Ellen Gittelsohn (Director), Chris Lehr (Writer), Ari Posner (Writer), Eric Preven (Writer), Gail Mancuso (Director), Leonard r. Garner jr. (Director), Katy Garretson (Director), Amanda Bearse (Director), Gary h. Miller (Writer), Robert Peacock (Writer), Miriam Trogdon (Writer), Dana devally Piazza (Director), Heather Wordham (Writer), Mike Chessler (Writer), Chris Alberghini (Writer), Linda Day (Director), Rich Correll (Director), Allison m. Gibson (Writer), Gary Shimokawa (Director), Mike Larsen (Writer), Eric Horsted (Writer), James Widdoes (Director)
|"When Good Credit Goes Bad" Reba celebrates her divorce with lunch and finds her credit card is declined. Reba is angered to find out Brock let Barbra Jean run up the shared credit card for her wedding. (Repeat)||CMTVP|
|"Tea and Antipathy" Kyra does not want to spend time with her father since it includes Barbra Jean; Cheyenne and Van plan to move out. (Repeat)||TVLAND|
|"The King and I" Pregnant Cheyenne believes she won the title of prom queen only because of Van's popularity, so she refuses to go; Reba and Brock react to a high-school student who asks Kyra to the prom. (Repeat)||TVLAND|
|"It Ain't Over Until the Redhead Sings" Cheyenne goes into labor shortly before her high-school graduation ceremony; Reba sings a lullaby to her new granddaughter in the hospital. (Repeat)||TVLAND|
|"A Moment in Time" Everyone takes turns in front of the camera to create a video family album for Cheyenne's baby, Elizabeth. (Repeat)||TVLAND|
|"Reba Works for Brock" Reba accepts a job reporting to Barbra Jean in Brock's dental office; Cheyenne goes to college; Van stays home to watch Elizabeth. (Repeat)||TVLAND|
|"It's Jake's Party, Cry if You Want To" Reba tries to refrain from making fun of Barbra Jean during Jake's birthday party, but her plan backfires. (Repeat)||TVLAND|
|"War and Peace" Reba feels closer than ever to Kyra since she moved in with Brock and Barbra Jean, especially because Kyra is driving them crazy. (Repeat)||TVLAND|
|"Spies Like Reba" When Barbra Jean convinces Reba to hack into Kyra's e-mail, they find out she is planning to attend an unsupervised party. (Repeat)||TVLAND|
|"The Good Girl" Trying to be more wild, Reba takes Van's new sports car for a joy ride and accidntally ends up scratching it. (Repeat)||TVLAND|
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.
Reba Mcentire as Reba Hart
Christopher Rich as Dr. Brock Hart
Joanna Garcia as Cheyenne Hart Montgomery
Steve Howey as Van Montgomery
Scarlett Pomers as Kyra Hart
Mitch Holleman as Jake Hart
Melissa Peterman as Barbara Jean
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Program data from Tribune Media Services, Inc.