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Italian Caper
"Matt and Walt are tasked to recover stolen and secret Anti-Gravity Device."
House Party (s3, ep)
Screech's parents leave for Graceland. While they are gone the gang accidentally breaks his mother's Elvis statue. With only a little money, they decide to hold a party to get a new statue before his mother finds out.
Jessie's Song (s3, ep)
Jessie is under pressure with midterms and her own singing group so she turns to caffeine pills, ignoring Slater's warning that the pills are hazardous to her health.
The Fabulous Belding Boys (s3, ep)
If the gang fails a test in an obnoxious teacher's class, they won't be able to go on a class field trip. On the day of the test, however, the teacher doesn't show, so Belding's brother, Rod, takes over.
The Glee Club (s3, ep)
The gang joins the Glee Club, but soon the friends lose their pep. Jesse catches Lisa's cold, Screech makes a fool of himself in front of his girlfriend's parents and the gang's singing is totally off key.
Breaking Up Is Hard To Undo (s3, ep)
First, it's splitsville for Zack and Kelly when Kelly goes on a date with her ex-boyfriend. Slater and Jessie are finally a couple, but things get messed up when they disagree on how to celebrate their coupledom.
The Video Yearbook (s5, ep)
Zack and the gang decide to make a video yearbook for Bayside, but when Zack uses the opportunity to create the "Girls of Bayside Dating Service," his friends get him back big time!
The Sweepstakes Ticket (s1, ep12)
Confusion reigns when the Flintstones and Rubbles each hide their sweepstakes ticket.
The Drive-in (s1, ep13)
Fred and Barney's plan to become wealthy by becoming restaurant owners goes awry.
The Girls' Night Out (s1, ep15)
An evening at the amusement park transforms Fred into a teen singing idol.
Astro's Top Secret
"After Astro swallows Elroy's flying toy car, Mr. Cogswell gets him dognapped to figure out the secret, as he thinks Spacely will try to put him out of business."
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Law And Disorder (s4, ep14)
Bobby is determined to be the best safety monitor ever but in the process becomes a nuisance at school, not to mention at home. Meanwhile, Mike and the kids restore an old sailboat.
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Greg Gets Grounded (s4, ep15)
Bobby mentions to Mike and Carol that Greg nearly crashed his car through careless driving. This leads to the suspension of Greg's driving privileges for a week—and on the eve of a big date with his girlfriend, Rachel.
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Amateur Nite (s4, ep16)
The kids chip in to get a silver platter for Mike and Carol's anniversary. But when Jan miscalculates the cost of engraving the platter, they've got to raise money quickly. So they take their singing and dancing skills to a TV talent show.
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Bobby's Hero (s4, ep17)
The principal calls to alert Mike and Carol that Bobby's been playing Jesse James at school. They have a hard time convincing Bobby to stop, until Mike tracks down a man whose father was killed by Jesse James.
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So Sorry, My Island Now (s1, ep15)
The castaways are captured by a Japanese sailor who thinks that WWII never ended, and it is up to Gilligan to save them.
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Plant You Now, Dig You Later (s1, ep16)
While working for Mr. Howell, Gilligan unearths a chest.
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X Marks The Spot (s1, ep18)
The Air Force chooses an "uninhabited island" to test a deadly new missile.
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Guess Who's Coming To Dinner (s6, ep)
An all-out family war between Mama and Naomi erupts when Vint wins an expensive Mother's Day dinner for two.
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Look Who's Breathing (s6, ep)
When Mama substitutes for Vint at Naomi's Lamaze class, she relates her own experience of giving birth and scares everyone out of the room.
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Isaac Gets Physical (s5, ep11)
The company doctor eyes Isaac; a mother and daughter want the same man; a man tries to pawn off his boring fiancee.
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Last Salute To The Commodore (s5, ep6)
Charlie Clay runs the ship building business of his father-in-law, Commodore Swanson, who turns up murdered.
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Mr. Monk Goes To Jail (s2, ep16)
When a death-row inmate is murdered 45 minutes before his execution, Monk is brought in to find out why.
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Mr. Monk Takes Manhattan (s3, ep1)
When Monk travels to New York City to investigate his wife's murder, he gets tangled up in a baffling case involving the shooting of a foreign ambassador.
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Mamas And The Papas, Florence Henderson, And More
Today's episode features the Mamas and the Papas, Florence Henderson, Ed Ames, John Byner, and Topo Gigio.
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Guest Joanne Woodward
In The Family, Eunice reunites with an old friend who's now a carefree divorcee.
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The Return Of Edwin Carp (s3, ep27)
Rob decides to do a program honoring great radio comedians.
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October Eve (s3, ep28)
Laura's past comes back to haunt her in form of a naked painting.
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The $99,000 Answer (s4, ep18)
Ralph goes on a quiz show with the category of popular songs. He practices all week, spending a lot of money, only to miss on the first question!
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Come Wander With Me (s5, ep34)
A singer searches for an authentic folk song.
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Goodbye, George (s2, ep)
A motion picture star receives a surprising stopover from her ex-convict companion, whom she thought was dead.
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Ten Thousand Pieces Of Silver (s4, ep5)
Kimble finds work on Jake Lawrence's farm, where he develops a special friendship with Jake's autistic daughter, Cathy. But Kimble soon becomes nervous when the local sheriff, Mel Bailey, begins searching for Joe Burmas, a convicted murder having escaped
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Chico (s4, ep17)
Ramon Prado, a narcotics dealer, has stolen half of a microfilm containing a list of undercover agents. His rival, Arturo Sandoval, has the other half. The two men are trying to work out a truce to combine their two halves and sell the list.
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Tramp Steamer (s3, ep8)
The Rico brothers' testimony was responsible for Matt Poliska's deportation, and when Dave Rico is shot, his dying word is Poliska. But Poliska's not supposted to be in the country.
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The Long Green Kill (s3, ep9)
En route to jail for robbery, Frank Garrett makes his escape.