The second season of "Designing Women" ran from September 14, 1987 through March 28, 1988. The episodes include:
"101 Ways to Decorate a Gas Station" - The Sugarbaker ladies are not too thrilled when a gas station owner wins their contest for free interior decoration.
"Ted Remarries" - Mary Jo isn't happy with Ted's new wife, who is spoiling the children.
"Anthony Jr." - Anthony receives news that he is a father.
"Killing All the Right People" - A fellow decorator is dying of AIDS and wants the ladies to design his funeral.
"Half an Air Bubble Off" - The ladies have a strange new client and decide to fix him up with Bernice.
"Dash Goff, the Writer" - Suzanne's ex wants to commit suicide because of writer's block.
"Heart Attacks" - Reece has a heart attack.
"Cruising" - The ladies go on a cruise and an admirer has eyes for both Suzanne and Mary Jo.
"I'll Be Seeing You" - Charlene dreams of WWII.
"Stranded" - On a trip to St. Louis, Charlene, Mary Jo and Julia get the flu and Suzanne and Anthony have to share a motel room.
"Howard the Date" - The ladies take pity on a nerdy high school acquaintance and live to regret it.
"I'll Be Home For Christmas" - Charlene and Anthony hire a Santa to outsmart Mary Jo's disbelieving son on Christmas Eve.
"Great Expectations" - One of Anthony's prison cellmates shows up at Sugarbaker's and wants Anthony to go into business with him.
"Second Time Around" - Charlene's boyfriend breaks up with her because he is still grieving for his first wife.
"Oh, Brother" - Lewis Grizzard plays Julia and Suzanne's half-brother, a discharged mental patient who wants to become a comedian.
"There's Some Black People Coming to Dinner" - Mary Jo's daughter wants to take an African-American boy to a school dance.
"The Return of Ray Don" - Suzanne is desperate after her accountant steals her life savings.
"High Rollers" - Suzanne, Charlene and Anthony go to Atlantic City.
"The Incredibly Elite Bona Fide Blue-Blood Beaumont Driving Club" - Julia and Suzanne are invited to join an elite club but Julia balks when she discovers that they have discriminatory practices.
"How Great Thou Art" - Julia is invited to sing at a Baptist convention and Charlene is upset with her minister because he is against women preaching.
"Ted-Bare" - The ladies are suspicious of Ted when he suddenly develops an interest in her again.
"Reservations for Eight" - The ladies are stranded with their boyfriends on their ski trip.