Season Two of Cougar Town is currently airing on ABC. It began airing in September 2011. The season continues to receive positive feedback from critics and had good ratings. Season Two contains 21 episodes.
- Courteney Cox as Jules Cobb
- Christa Miller as Ellie Torres
- Busy Philipps as Laurie Keller
- Dan Byrd as Travis Cobb
- Josh Hopkins as Grayson Ellis
- Ian Gomez as Andy Torres
- Brian Van Holt as Bobby Cobb
| "All Mixed Up"|
Aired: Sept. 22, 2010
Directed by: Bill Lawrence - Written by: Bill Lawrence & Kevin Biegel
Summary: Bobby struggles with the reality of Jules being in a relationship with Grayson. Jules has issues with her new psychiatrist when she discovers the truth behind her methods.
| "Let Yourself Go"|
Aired: Sept. 29, 2010
Directed by: Michael McDonald - Written by: Kevin Biegel
Summary: Jules becomes more emotional as the day Travis leaves for college approaches. Laurie teaches Bobby how to use a computer.
| "Makin' Some Noise"|
Aired: Oct. 6, 2010
Directed by: John Putch - Written by: Sam Laybourne
Summary: Grayson encourages Jules to start a neighborhood watch so that she will stop smothering him with Travis gone. Meanwhile, Travis tries to redefine himself in college, and Ellie has problems with her friendly new nanny.
| "The Damage You've Done"|
Aired: Oct. 13, 2010
Directed by: John Putch - Written by: Chrissy Pietrosh & Jessica Goldstein
Summary: Grayson and Laurie tell Jules that they slept together before Grayson got together with Jules, and the gang anxiously awaits her response. Meanwhile, Travis learns that Kylie has been seeing other guys while he's been away.
| "Keeping Me Alive"|
Aired: Oct. 20, 2010
Directed by: Michael McDonald - Written by: Sanjay Shah
Summary: Jules schemes to continue giving Bobby money when he stops taking alimony payments. Ellie ticks off the gang by being arrogant about her intelligence.
| "You Don't Know How It Feels"|
Aired: Oct. 27, 2010
Directed by: Michael McDonald - Written by: Blake McCormick
Summary: Jules isn't happy when her father pays a visit. Travis gets a surprise at Halloween, and Bobby campaigns to be Stan's guardian should something happen to Ellie and Andy.
| "Fooled Again (I Don't Like It)"|
Aired: Nov. 3, 2010
Directed by: John Putch - Written by: Peter Saji & Melody Derloshon
Summary: Laurie and Grayson attempt to dethrone Ellie as the gang competes for giving Jules the best birthday present.
| "Little Girl Blues"|
Aired: Nov. 17, 2010
Directed by: Michael McDonald - Written by: Kate Purdy
Summary: Jules feels threatened when Travis begins dating a grad student, and the gang--including Tom--begins hanging out at Grayson's house and he can't get them to leave.
| "When the Time Comes"|
Aired: Nov. 24, 2010
Directed by: Bruce Leddy - Written by: Mary Fitzgerald
Summary: Things become awkward at Thanksgiving when Grayson doesn't return Jules' "I love you," Ellie and Laurie conspire to kill Andy's optimism, and Bobby changes his speech pattern because nobody knows what he's saying.
| "The Same Old You"|
Aired: Dec. 8, 2010
Directed by: Michael McDonald - Written by: Ryan Koh
Summary: Kirsten has issues concerning Travis' relationship with Laurie. Bobby hires Andy to caddy for him in a golf tournament, and Jules decides to make Bobby's boat seaworthy to boost his confidence.
| "No Reason to Cry"|
Aired: Jan. 5, 2011
Directed by: Gail Mancuso - Written by: Gregg Mettler
Summary: Jules thinks her relationship is in trouble after she accidentally kills some animals, Ellie gets upset with Andy when he shares "their thing" with Laurie, and Travis's girlfriend Kirsten accidentally ruins Bobby's golf concentration.
| "A Thing About You"|
Aired: Jan. 19, 2011
Directed by: Gail Mancuso - Written by: Mary Fitzgerald & Kate Purdy
Summary: While the guys argue that men are loyal friends and women will abandon their pals at the drop of a hat, one thing is certain -- everyone has each other's backs in the cul-de-sac crew. Although Laurie may be the worst houseguest ever, Jules is there for her when she needs a place to stay; Laurie helps Jules to realize she doesn't need to change for others; and when Bobby is jealous that Travis has gone to Grayson for advice, Grayson comes through for his buddy.
| "Lost Children"|
Aired: Jan. 26, 2011
Directed by: Michael McDonald - Written by: Ryan Koh & Sam Laybourne
Summary: Ellie protests Jules's control of the "cul-de-sac crew" and gets the rest of the gang to play along, Grayson wonders why Andy has a problem with him, and Bobby waits for the gang to harass him over his new girlfriend.
| "Cry to Me"|
Aired: Feb 2, 2011
Directed by: Bruce Leddy - Written by: Melody Derloshon
Summary: Grayson puts everyone off balance by giving Jules her bouquet on the day before Valentine's, which he considers tacky. Travis has to 'make up' by posing for a sexy photo for Kirsten, which proves a crucible of embarrassment. Jules cruelly presses Grayson to 'open up' and show emotions, preferably in tears, regardless which wounds she must rip open to this end. Ellie's bitching extends to vandalizing 'late' Christmas decoration and rudely declining a dinner, so Andy takes much gratefuller Bobby, who also obliges Laurie in a restaurant dumpee-scam.
Aired: April 18, 2011
Directed by: Bill Lawrence - Written by: Sean Lavery
Summary: Jules freaks out when she discovers that Travis may be ready to propose to Kirsten. Meanwhile, Laurie helps Bobby start up his Penny Can game business, but Grayson is skeptic
| "Baby's a Rock 'N' Roller"|
Aired: April 20, 2011
Directed by: Michael McDonald - Written by: Peter Saji
Summary: Jules and Grayson babysit for Ellie, Travis tries to help Bobby wake up to practice for his golf tournament, and Andy serves as Laurie's wingman as she tries to get back on the market after her breakup with Smith.
| "You're Gonna Get It!"|
Aired: April 27, 2011
Directed by: Michael McDonald - Written by: Michael McDonald
Summary: Jules is embarrassed while leading the Pledge of Allegiance at an elementary school, but it's not as humiliating by Bobby's moment of infamy in his golf tournament. Meanwhile, Laurie schools Grayson and Ellie in a bar trivia contest.
| "Lonesome Sundown"|
Aired: May 4, 2011
Directed by: Bruce Leddy - Written by: Sanjay Shah & Blake McCormick
Summary: Laurie creates a new "council" for the crew to hand out punishments, Jules spends the weekend on Bobby's boat to win a bet, and Grayson tries to stop Travis from proposing.
| "Damaged by Love"|
Aired: May 11, 2011
Directed by: Michael McDonald - Written by: Aaron Ho
Summary: Jules's dad comes to town and wants to cheer up Travis by sending him to a strip club, and Ellie gets upset because Andy's brother's wife won't stop flirting with him.
| "Free Fallin'"|
Aired: May 18, 2011
Directed by: Michael McDonald - Written by: Gregg Mettler
Summary: Jules and Bobby try to get Travis out of his funk and get him to return to college, Bobby contemplates selling his Penny Can business to a big corporation, and Grayson deals with the creepy neighborhood "chalk children."
| "Something Good Coming"|
Aired: May 25, 2011
Directed by: Michael McDonald (Part 1); Bill Lawrence (Part 2) - Written by: Jessica Goldstein & Chrissy Pietrosh (Part 1); Bill Lawrence & Kevin Biegel (Part 2)
Summary: After Travis abruptly moves to Hawaii, the gang decides to go on vacation there; Grayson tells Jules that he wants to have kids; Laurie tries to lure Travis back home.