Laura and Remington find themselves in competition with each other when they are hired by a jeweler and would-be thief to find a stolen two-million dollar, 60-carat precious stone.
While Laura is hired to find a missing two million dollar jewel, a thief who's already been paid to steal the jewel asks Remington to help him find it.
Alice makes quite an impression after a one-night singing engagement in a local nightclub.
Alice (Linda Lavin) makes quite an impression after a one-night singing engagement in a local nightclub.
Felix Unger, hired to photograph a dog food commercial featuring "Silver, The Wonder Dog," feels the animal is being maltreated, so “accidentally" lures him away to save him.
Felix and Oscar decide to hold their own “decathlon” to determine who is in better physical condition.
While Samantha is preparing Tabitha for kindergarten by hiring a warlock tutor, Prof. Phipps. Endora, hoping to help Darrin impress his boss, casts a spell that causes every phrase he speaks to come out as a cliche. The meddlesome mother-in-law mistakenly thinks cliches are an asset to Darrin's advertising career and so he is plagued to saying things like: "A rolling stone gathers no moss"; "tickled pink"; and "what's good for the goose is good for the gander." The problem comes when Larry Tate, Darrin's boss, threatens to cook his goose if he doesn't show more originality in his latest ad campaign for H.B. Summers, head of marketing for Multiple Industries.
Because of Endora's spell, Darrin almost talks himself out of a job.
When photographers discover that Jeannie, because she is a genie, is invisible in processed photos taken during her wedding rehearsal, the extravagant and widely publicized Nelson nuptials are in jeopardy. Photographers from Life, Newsweek and...
Jeannie's blood test is a problem.
When Darrin explodes to find Tabitha sculpturing, using magic, Endora zaps him into eating decorative daisies. Samantha gets Endora to remove the spell and decides to learn sculpturing. At the office, Darrin and Larry confer with client W.R. Campbell, who insists on a drink before business. Later, in no shape to do business with Campbell, who holds the liquor better, Larry suggests dinner at the Stephens. Darrin goes home first and criticizes the impressionistic bust Samantha made. Before leaving, Endora flicks the bust into a living likeness of Darrin, which sticks out its tongue and begins to talk. After Larry admires it, Samantha tries to keep his from seeing it yawn. Campbell arrives and the drinking resumes, although Larry and Darrin try to get down to business. Endora twitches up a bust of Larry. When it talks to the statue of Darrin, Larry and Campbell think it is an alcoholic mirage. Darrin feels Samantha is at fault, but she holds him to blame for being rude to Endora. Before he can apologize, Endora pops the statues into the den. As Darrin, oblivious, talks business, Larry and Campbell stare at the statues mimicking him. Campbell quickly signs the contract. Endora is disgusted at Darrin's thanks for helping to get the account. Samantha and Darrin are stunned when the statues demand sandwiches.
Endora brings the statue Samantha modeled to life.
Goober's girlfriend fills in for him at the filling station and proves so efficient that his job is in jeopardy.
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