Rigsby and Van Pelt go undercover as a couple with relationship problems to investigate the death of a woman who received advice from a radio love doctor.
Alan becomes jealous as David develops a budding relationship with Elaine’s new boyfriend, an astronaut (John Hurley).
Justin wins a chance to write an issue of the Captain Jim Bob Sherwood comic book, but finds out that Alex will be the artist drawing the issue.
Justin wins a chance to write an issue of the Captain Jim Bob Sherwood comic book, but finds out that Alex will be the artist drawing the issue. When they decide to bring the Captain to life, he wanders off and has an adventure in New York City.
Justin and Alex must work together on a comic book!
Skip accidently kills Rigby in an arm wrestling match, so he wrestles Death in order to get him back. Seems like a lot of work for little reward.
Hell's Kitchen rolls out the red carpet for a celebrity dinner service. With the competition at a rolling boil, mounting tension between the chefs causes one chef to explode.
After a botched weightlifting routine, Josh injures his toe and is forced to the hospital. Drake wants nothing to do with this until a bodacious young nurse catches his eye. But when Drake poses as a Doctor, will he regret the overhead PA paging Dr. Drake?
A six-year-old argument between Drake and Josh is suddenly rekindled when their conflicting accounts of a incident at a San Diego Padres game finds them each placing the blame on the other.
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