Doogie turns 18, and hopes to lose his virginity—with Wanda—for his birthday.
Doogie is haunted by a Frankenstein-like dream and, with the help of a psychologist, realizes that he has been neglecting his own life so he can attend to his medical duties.
Another high-spirited and unpredictable Southfork wedding plays host to April and Bobby. Cally and James begin their plan of deception to destroy J.R. and Clayton decides to petition the court to assume custody of Jessica's Weststar stock.
Good-hearted bailiff Bull (RICHARD MOLL) finds himself in hot water when his entry in a children's book contest is considered offensively vile and he is branded a menace and a monster.
The children's book that Bull submits in a contest is deemed too offensive for young minds. Dan gets mixed messages from an overeager plaintiff. With Fran Drescher.
A wanted, deep-in-debt gambler gives himself up, hoping that Colt and Howie can get him out of Las Vegas alive.
Christmas Eve sees no decrease in crime; Sgt. Fish goes undercover dressed as Santa Claus to capture a crook.
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