Indiana Jones joins an international trio of spies plotting against the Germans. Pablo Picasso gets him a job at Sergei Diaghilev's Ballets Russes.
Woody gets a role in a commercial for a veggie drink, but he hates the product. Cliff is miffed when Cheers gets napkins with trivia printed on them.
Cleveland is upset when he learns that Donna is still going to a single mother's group just so she can have a good time.
First day of High School is a disaster after Kevin's joke in class puts him in hot water with his teacher.
With his enemies advancing and his troops deserting Juan's command, Rodrigo has to take a tough decision that puts Cesare's life at stake.
A paranoid patient wrongly accuses John and Roy of picking his pockets while he was in their medical care. To clear their good names, John and Roy set out to solve the crime, catch the culprit and return the stolen money. Jo Anne Worley guest-stars.
Young Indiana Jones undertakes several perilous missions for the French secret service during the Great War.
Cleveland Jr. starts a father-son rivalry when he begins making changes at his new job, which happens to be at Cleveland's favorite bar.
Three construction workers, left murdered in the barn of an estate, are the innocent victims of a crime that has authorities completely baffled.
With the annual Hudson Heritage Rodeo looming, everyone at Heartland goes into the action. Despite various intrigues, even Jack and Tim work together.
The relative calm of Deep Space Nine is shattered by the arrival of three Klingon warriors.
This documentary by award-winning director Michael Tollin outlines the rapid rise and fall of the upstart United States Football League in the 1980s.
Martin invites Elaine over to the condo for an intimate dinner, and the next morning, he is unnerved to discover that she has spent the night.
Frasier's plans to spend a quiet night at home are interrupted by the news that Martin expects Frasier to accompany him to a relative's wake.
Frasier becomes jealous when Niles lands a job as an art critic for a magazine.
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