In Amish country, Jessica is drawn into the murder of a local farmer. Clues lead to an outsider, as well as the farmer's widow and mistress.
Frasier and the guys cringe over plans to attend his son's circumcision while Rebecca struggles to throw an interesting retirement party for a very dull corporate employee.
To memorialize Eddie, Carla tries to get his number retired by the Bruins. Frasier has reservations about his son's impending bris.
Frasier tries to save his son from the Jewish tradition of circumcision.
Carla learns that Eddie led a secret life when a second widow shows up at his funeral.
A rousing battle of jealous one-upmanship over a beautiful woman erupts between Judge Harry T. Stone (HARRY ANDERSON) and libidinous prosecuting attorney Dan Fielding (JOHN LARROQUETTE).
Harry and Dan compete for Christine's friend, who can't decide whom to go away with for the weekend. With Mel Torme.
While Fish is handling a family dispute involving a wife planning to visit Saturn, Wojo is being shot at outside the 12th precinct station house.
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.
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