Rupert and Podgy have a close encounter with a lost constellation.
Judicial upheaval occurs when Christine (MARKIE POST) is appointed judge over Dan (JOHN LARROQUETTE), while Harry (HARRY ANDERSON) is not reappointed at all. Meantime, the Wheelers are back in court again, and this time, they're rich!
The real moms are back and the replacements are out, with the exception of one, Sophia Luccia. How will the moms react to Abby s newest superstar Sophia aka "the new Maddie"? And can the moms deal with Abby s wrath from being on strike for two weeks?
After receiving her pleading phone call, Kayla reluctantly agrees to meet with Mellie. Meanwhile, Nettie decides it's time to lay the family feud to rest, and meets with Sheena to bridge the gap. Later, Nettie rushes an agonizing Mellie to the hospital.
We look back at the most exciting animal rescues, crime investigations and search and rescues of the first couple of seasons. The wardens celebrate North Woods Law day at a pro baseball game in Portland. Plus special unseen stories from this season.
Just as Nikita is finally starting to see an end to the long war with the Shop, Ryan confesses a secret that could unravel it all. Meanwhile, Michael tries to get Nikita to accept their new circumstances as he contemplates what comes next for the two of them. Realizing Sam was planning to steal her diamonds, Alex gives him a suitcase of fake diamonds to deliver to her contact in France. Alex is surprised when he upholds his end of the bargain and doesn't take off with the jewels. However, things get messy when Sam is jumped by the loan shark he owes money to and Alex must step in to save him.
Brian lives at home. He has no job. He has no friends. He has no life. At the urging of his overbearing mother, he goes to work on a house with his eccentric uncle. Soon he finds himself in an unlikely friendship with an illegal Mexican laborer of the same age, Manuel. A few hours south, in Chula Vista, CA, two seasoned Border Patrol agents head down a different path. They must face the reality of their own relevance when a young upstart agent from the Department of Homeland Security arrives for a performance review. When Manuel finds himself out of options, he and Brian embark on a dangerous adventure to retrieve his mother and sister who are being held captive in Tijuana. This improbable pairing will have to stay one step ahead of the agents, the locals, and a colorful array of criminals, if they are going to make it home alive.
Using an ensemble cast to explore the foibles of the ruthless dating world, First Dates never plays it safe in its commentary on our sometimes awkward, always hilarious, desperate human quest for companionship in the fast-paced modern world.
Rupert becomes involved in the plight of old and abandoned toys.
Toni & Babyface rehearse for her tour. Towanda poses nude for her 40th birthday, plans a mega party, and confronts Trina about her bar company with Gabe. Tamar walks out of rehearsal for the party and has a major blowup with Towanda.
Nicole continues work on her Detroit home's lower unit kitchen and bathroom.
Danny's loyalty is tested when he is assigned to the case of a childhood friend, Mickey, who is under investigation for having ties to an infamous mob family. Meanwhile, Frank gets word that crime is on the rise due to a recent judicial ruling about the legality of the "stop and frisk" policy. Tom Cavanagh and Rebecca Budig guest star.
Based on two works by the playwright Jean Anouilh, You Ain't Seen Nothin' Yet opens with a who's-who of French acting royalty (including Mathieu Amalric, Michel Piccoli and frequent Resnais muse Sabine Azema) being summoned to the reading of a late playwright's last will and testament. There, the playwright (Denis Podalydes) appears on a TV screen from beyond the grave and asks his erstwhile collaborators to evaluate a recording of an experimental theater company performing his Eurydice--a play they themselves all appeared in over the years. But as the video unspools, instead of watching passively, these seasoned thespians begin acting out the text alongside their youthful avatars, looking back into the past rather like mythic Orpheus himself. Gorgeously shot by cinematographer Eric Gautier on stylized sets that recall the French poetic realism of the 1930s, You Ain't Seen Nothin' Yet is an alternately wry and wistful valentine to actors and the art of performance from a director long fascinated by the intersection of life, theater and cinema.
Nova has never felt comfortable as a member of the family. As he begins to deal with past memories, he comes to understand more about why he has these feelings of isolation.
It's a race against the stork when Quon Le (DENICE KUMAGAI) asks Harry (HARRY ANDERSON) to swear her in as a U.S. citizen before she delivers her baby. Meanwhile, Mac (CHARLIE ROBINSON) experiences what he believes are sympathy pains; and Dan (JOHN LARROQUETTE) is offered the hand of a wealthy but very homely spinster.