After moving into a senior retirement community, Luther finds himself the center of attention with three women interested in being his girlfriend.
On their way to visit the University of Nevada, Will, Carlton and D.J. Jazzy Jeff get involved with gamblers and tough guys at a desert casino.
In the final part of the trilogy, Sam leaps into the body of a lawyer whose client is thirty-something Abigail Fuller. Sam has his work cut out for him, as Abigail is accused of murdering her longtime nemesis, Leta Aider.
Sam leaps into a 1960s-era feminist. As a housewife and mom of two, Sam faces a life-or-death situation when one daughter prepares for a protest.
Judge Harry T. Stone's (HARRY ANDERSON) humor is challenged by a new member of the judiciary . . . just when the death of a fellow jurist has left Harry humorless.
Rose is shocked to learn that in her late-uncle's will he left her his "Baby". However she is quickly delighted to learn the "baby" is a pig but delighted is not a word to describe Dorothy, Blanche and Sophia, at least not until they learn that when Baby dies Rose gets a large sum of money.
Rose learns that in her late-uncle's will he left her his "Baby".
David Banner is under suspicion at the department store in which he is working because of inventory discrepancies. The suspicions seem to be confirmed after the store is invaded by thieves while he is working overtime and he has to throw in with the would-be-robbers to protect two coworkers who are being held as hostages.
David and several co-workers at a department store are taken hostage when two desperate brothers stage a late-night robbery.
Jack McGee's obsession with finding the Hulk suffers a severe setback.
As his paper tries to upgrade its image, McGee is ordered to abandon his stories on the Hulk. When the Hulk is again sighted, McGee quits his job to return to the trail and prove that the Hulk does exist.
Kelly is set to be maid of honor at best friend, Sharon Kellerman's, wedding. Suddenly they discover that there have been several near misses on the groom's life and the Angels are called in to investigate. Tension mounts as a wild shot is fired at the groom (Jean Pierre) just one day before the wedding. Sharon's wealthy family demands that she postpone her plans. She adamantly refuses. Her ex-boyfriend, Randy, is the prime suspect but Kris discovers that Jean Pierre's partner, Burt Marshall, has been shooting at him, planning to miss--"accidentally" killing Sharon. Then the groom, his buddy and Jean Pierre's real lover, Claudia, would inherit Sharon's money. When exposed the groom tries to take the bride hostage but is foiled by the Angels.
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