Kevin Buss takes drastic action when he is unable to watch his father suffer a slow humiliating death from Alzheimer's disease.
The parents of a terminally ill boy seek to have their son cryogenically frozen while he is still alive.
When Father Barrett’s shoe fetish gains media attention, it places him at risk of losing his parish.
Max is invited to the Brock home for dinner after she arrests Jill’s father for running a stop sign.
Brock is selected as a jurist in the trial of a drug dealer accused of murdering police officers.
A 500-pound woman claims she smothered her husband to death by sitting on his head.
Brock is subjected to a psychological game of terror when his ex-police partner kidnaps Kimberly and imprisons her in a hidden room.
A decades-old pornographic video featuring Rachel in a compromising position circulates through Rome, prompting the City Council to call for her censure.
When Carter is asked out on Valentine’s Day by a beautiful widow, he asks Max to feed him “the right words” via a hidden radio transmitter.
Howard Buss, who suffers from Alzheimer’s disease, seeks state-assisted suicide so that he may donate his heart to his dying son.
Wambaugh defends a boy accused of attempting to murder Matthew by arguing that the child is a victim of exposure to media violence.
Matthew and Zach’s retaliation against a school bully goes horribly awry and triggers a disastrous confrontation with the boy’s brother.
Jill performs emergency surgery on a pregnant woman even though the procedure conflicts with the patient’s religion. Zach decides to convert to Judaism.
Kimberly’s best friend is accused of distributing LSD. Carter and his brother Lyman clash over performing an autopsy on their recently deceased mother.
A man who suffers form a vision disorder shoots his own brother. Was it a case of mistaken identity... or murder?
A religious debate erupts when a comatose woman is discovered to be four months pregnant... despite still being a virgin.
The daily goings-on in the small town of Rome, Wisconsin are definite proof that real life is often stranger than fiction.