Ray and Bob are captured and enslaved by the Fire Army on a Volcano warship. Meanwhile, Allie, Gabe, Nadia and Chavez try to rescue Ray while keeping Cyber Lord Finbarr from launching a massive Water Civ. weapon at the Volcano-ship.
After a research expedition disappears on the world’s highest unclimbed mountain, the rescue team becomes convinced that something attacked them.
Doc is feeling really good during Johnny’s monologue which covers Johnny’s uncomfortable meeting with Vice President Bush, the mounting $1 trillion national debt, and New York Mayor Ed Koch’s appearance on Saturday Night Live. Comedian and actor Albert Brooks discusses his new comedy school and his ‘Home Comedy Kit’. A teen-aged Brooke Shields shares stories of being an intern at the San Diego Zoo and turning eighteen. Episode has been edited from original broadcast.
Ree Drummond's filling up the freezer with family favorites that are great standbys. She's making Sour Cream Noodle Bake, Chicken Pot Pies with delicious Thyme Pastry and Creamy Carrot Soup.
The eight remaining guests investigate how the killer used a horse, snake and poisonous flowers on the latest victim.
Dean Sheldon claims to be immune to America's deadliest scorpion venom. Daniel asks him to prove it by collecting 22 wild scorpions form the Arizona desert, and putting them in his mouth, all at once! Kanzawa Sensei claims to be able to put any animal into a trance using mind control. Daniel brings him to a California to prove his powers on an alpaca ranch, before facing the ultimate challenge. George Aldrich is Nasa's supersniffer, employed to scent test every object that goes into space, as he says "you can't open a window on the space shuttle!" But how does his power compare to a sniffer dog? Daniel, and LAPD sniffer-dog trainer Lamb Lambert, set George a challenge. Martin Strehl claims he has swum the entire length of the Amazon, 3000 miles, a feat no other human has achieved. Could Martin's body somehow be immune to fatigue?
The Flying Dutchman takes up residence at SpongeBob's house where he constantly scares, startles and surprises SpongeBob. Eventually all the spooky shenanigans grow old, and SpongeBob is no longer afraid of the Dutchman, which creates a panic for the old ghost that he lost his touch. / The Chimpanzee beneficiaries of Sandy's undersea treedome are paying a visit to see what progress she has made with her inventions. Sandy doesn't think any of her work will satisfy the chimps. If not, she could lose her funding forcing her to leave Bikini Bottom.
In his monologue, Johnny provides his funny take on the new Trickle Down Theory, the space shuttle’s early return home, and the nicer restaurants in beautiful downtown Burbank. Guest Dom DeLuise keeps Johnny and the audience in stitches with stories about working with Dolly Parton. The Mighty Carson Art Players entertain the audience with their performance of ‘The Video Untouchables’ featuring Betty White. Up-and-coming comedian Jerry Seinfeld is true to form, questioning the every day aspects of life. Episode has been edited from original broadcast.
Johnny welcomes guest comedian and actor Eddie Murphy who promotes his upcoming movie, ‘Beverly Hills Cop II’. Eddie jokes with Johnny about his interesting childhood antics and recent fame. Ellen DeGeneres, relatively new to the national stage, performs her quirky style of stand-up comedy. Episode has been edited from original broadcast.
The hunt for the pornographer leads to an alarming revelation, and Holder seeks someone to blame. Meanwhile, Twitch and Lyric find their dream home.
A feud breaks out when Howard is accepted into a school club and Randy isn't.
An adventurous couple wants to host their wedding at Treehouse Point, but all of the existing treehouses are booked! With some quick thinking, Pete convinces his family to make room for a new addition, and constructs a magical Honeymoon Suite.
Celebrating the 200th birthday of Los Angeles, Johnny’s funny monologue discusses the first LA Rams football game and newly-elected President Ronald Reagan. The all-knowing Carnac the Magnificent visits to divine the future, and a very young and funny David Letterman discusses his short-lived morning TV show. Jazz sensation Pete Fountain plays with the Tonight Show band. Episode has been edited from original broadcast.
Tension is high at the Trinity P.D. so the Chief arranges an official wrestling match between Big Sexy and Officer Sikes. While the guys train, Officer Jami is hit on by a Casanova convict.
A security expert is sent to investigate the disappearance of a research team drilling deeper into the Sahara desert’s surface than anyone has attempted before…