Hoss is on his way to see Bessie Sue Hightower when he finds himself being fired upon. His only refuge is a rundown cabin owned by an old prospector named Obie and his unusual dog Walter.
In Aspen, Colo, Jessica's friend, Laney, seems to be the best suspect in the murder of her husband, Grant Boswell.
Suburban living gets Lucy into a flower-show competition, and she raises tulips with a vengeance as she tries to beat out her neighbor, Betty Ramsey, for first prize. Lucy asks Ricky to mow the lawn so that her garden will look just right. But he only mows half before taking off for a baseball game, leaving Lucy and Ethel to tiptoe through the tulips -- with the lawnmower.
Jud Lally has never told anyone he has a twin brother. Therefore, no one has reason to be suspicious when his brother Rube makes him switch places so he can go with Joe to pick up the valuable stallion Rube intends to steal.
Rose is running for St. Olaf Woman of the Year and with a little help from Blanche and Dorothy, altering her list of qualifications on the entry form, she's a sure winner. Meanwhile, a heat wave strikes Miami and the girl's air conditioning goes out.
Cameron Mitchell guest-stars as Chauncey Demon, a once highly respected sheriff who has let himself degenerate into a saloon bum, and whose old friend Matt Dillon won't accept his condition as final.
Shore defends a former lawyer from the firm, who held a knife to Schmidt's throat when he didn't make partner; Denise continues her romance with a man dying of cancer; the prospect of Crane marrying for the sixth time worries his partners.
Clair is determined to acquire a painting by her great-uncle, famed artist Ellis Wilson even though the estimated price keeps climbing.
A series of seemingly random killings have the citizens of Dodge City in near panic, but Dillon believes they are part of a pattern in which Doc is slated to be the next target.
Robert is ecstatic when he is recommended for the FBI job. That is, until it becomes apparent that Marie's intrusive ways may be his undoing. This time, Robert may not be able to forgive and forget.
A Christmas Eve snowstorm scatters the Connors, with Roseanne and Jackie trapped at the Luch Box with Bev and Nana Mary, while Darlene takes shelter at David's and learns the truth about his home life.
Lucy joins a community effort to establish a Revolutionary War monument. She manages to shatter any dreams she may have had of becoming a community leader when the statue is broken. Her efforts to undo the damage put her in a unique position when the time comes to unveil the statue. Factoid: This is the only episode where the Arnazes' children, Lucie and Desi, Jr., make a cameo appearance.
Roseanne and Dan snub the neighborhood association by putting up gaudy Xmas decorations, and become furious with Becky when she gives the cheque they have given her for college to Mark and takes a job as a waitress in a tacky bar.
Rob recalls the hectic days after Richie was born, when he was sure the hospital had given him and Laura the wrong baby.
Crane falls for a woman he meets at a charity dinner; Denise begins dating a client who's dying of cancer; Shore tries to help a lawyer up for partnership at the firm.
After Arlo brings Maddie's estranged mother around for the holidays, they have no choice but to spend time together whether they like it or not.
Leah Remini guest stars on The Exes January 1 at 10:30/9:30C on TV Land!
When Kathy Griffin visits the building to look at the penthouse across the hall, a threatened Maddie struggles to contain her insecurities and goes to great lengths to restake her claim as the biggest star in the building.Guest star: Kathy Griffin as herself
Don't miss Leah Remini on 'The Exes' January 1st at 10:30/9:30C on TV Land!
New year, new episodes, new guest stars. Kathy Griffin with Kirstie and Leah Remini with The Exes! It all starts New Year's Day at 10/9C on TV Land.
Leah Remini guest stars on an all new episode of 'The Exes' January 1 at 10:30/9:30C on TV Land!
Phil (Donald Faison) decides to make "hot chocolate" for Eden (Kelly Stables) as a Christmas present.
In order to please her son, Maddy has everyone dress up in festive reindeer onesies.
Denny reminisces back to his fondest Christmas party memory.
For Ray, nothing says Christmas cheer quite like Elvis' "In the Ghetto".
Blanche is crazy about men in Santa suits.
The Barr household has officially been labeled a Christmastime eyesore.
Ray discovers the harsh fate of the personalized toaster he gave to his parents for Christmas.
The girls help feed the homeless for Christmas.
Andy and his family get ready for Christmas by giving the jail a festive makeover.