Monica and Ross mourn the death of their grandmother. Chandler questions his sexuality.
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Stan breaks the news that he's engaged to be married - something Dorothy at first seems to accept. However, after Sophia falls ill, Stan comforts Dorothy which sparks old feelings in her and she contemplates trying to get back together with Stan.
Stan breaks the news that he's engaged to be married.
A troubled student overdoses on pills while staying overnight at Joanie's.
Mork, who doesn't understand why people gossip, reveals some hilarious "inside scoops" when he shows and tells all about his friends while subbing for Mindy as host of a local TV show called "Rumor Has It," on Paramount Television's "Mork and Mindy."
When Oscar Madison finds a friend with inside information on his favorite sport, horse racing, he begins to win every bet.
Felix has a big commission riding on a new diet pill promotion but the model, "the fattest man in the world," suddenly decides he won't take the job.
Oscar Madison takes a job as a sports radio talk-show host but doesn't tell anyone until he finds out whether the station is going to make it permanent.
Felix discovers that his father and Oscar's knew each other in the old days and that Oscar's father was responsible for Felix's father's downfall.
Oscar loses money in a poker game and when he can't pay the debt in cash, he donates Felix's band, the Sophisticados, to Billie Joe as payment instead.
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.
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