Someone puts Barnaby in the frame in the murders of two rival photographers.
Jealous that Cleveland Jr. doesn't think he's as cool as Donna's ex-husband Robert, Cleveland challenges him to a "Coolympics" competition.
Frustrated by all of the mechanical problems on the space station, O'Brien attempts to fix the food replicators.
Rodrigo has his back on the wall as the French troops occupy the Eternal City, but thanks to his son Cesare, a fragile peace can be negotiated.
"Sweetie Pie" LaRosa needs money after her trucker husband is shot by hijackers, so she and freewheelin' Flatbed Annie form profitable friendship.
A pilot crash-lands his crop duster, puncturing his lung and poisoning a bystander with pesticides. Elsewhere, mothballs cause an ear infection, daffodil bulbs cause an overdose, and John accidentally proposes to his girlfriend.
After Helen and Lowell go on a date together, Lowell becomes an unwilling suitor when Helen falls hard for the handyman.
When Davis buys Helen a scant black lace teddy, he breaks gift-giving protocol and has Helen all up in arms.
Joe and Brian visit a strip club to see a former high school classmate dance.
Henry Jones Sr. takes his wife, son and the boy's tutor to the world's first psycho-analytical conference in Vienna, Austria in November 1908.
As missiles fill the skies above Japan once more, Takizawa must rush to prevent a catastrophe far greater than Careless Monday.
Quark is approached by a Ferengi named Krax, who presents his father, Grand Nagus Zek, the revered leader of the Ferengi business empire.
In this erotic drama adapted from Émile Zola's novel, a courtesan invades Paris in the 1880s, quickly working her way up to the top levels of society.
When the paramedics rescue a father and son trapped in a canyon while camping, Roy opens his home to the child, leading to unexpected consequences. Elsewhere, Dr. Early treats a patient with spinal meningitis.
Ed and Al go on assignment to inspect a small mining colony and discover its inhabitants are being heavily taxed by a tyrant and his Alchemist.
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