Lily (Lee Meriwether) becomes depressed about her life, and the family's efforts to lift her spirits fail. Guest: Marcia Wallace.
Herman (John Schuck) throws away Lily's (Lee Meriwether) chain letters, bringing a streak of bad luck to the family.
Parents (John Schuck, Lee Meriwether) and children (Jason Marsden, Hilary Van Dyke) reverse roles in an attempt to narrow the generation gap.
Marilyn and Eddie (Hilary Van Dyke, Jason Marsden) become discouraged when their aptitude tests predict a bleak future.
Herman (John Schuck) encourages Eddie (Jason Marsden) to pursue a career as a rock 'n' roll mogul.
A lucky coin gives Eddie (Jason Marsden) good fortune while causing equal misfortune to others.
Herman (John Schuck) sells the house, then has no place to live when his promotion falls through.
Herman (John Schuck) gets "recycled'' in Grandpa's (Howard Morton) new invention.
Grandpa's (Howard Morton) brush with mortality leads to a change in attitude. Guest star: Robbie Rist.
The Munster men tackle baby-sitting while trying to watch a football game. Stars John Schuck, Howard Morton.
Eddie (Jason Marsden) regrets a wish come true when his dream girl (Teri Ivens) wreaks havoc in his life.
The Munsters appear on a home-video show. With John Schuck, Lee Meriwether.
Herman (John Schuck) regrets being kind to a grieving widow who winds up taking advantage of the Munsters.
Grandpa and Herman (Howard Morton, John Schuck) serve on the jury of a murder trial.
Grandpa and Herman (Howard Morton, John Schuck) travel in a time machine and come back with two unexpected guests.
Grandpa's (Howard Morton) best pal, Leonard the Skeleton, is attacked by a group of poodles.
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