As election day approaches, Christine (MARKIE POST) prepares to lose. Dan (JOHN LARROQUETTE) meets his girlfriend's parents and learns he once dated her mother. As Christine prepares her concession speech, she jumps ahead at the polls!
Dan (JOHN LARROQUETTE) sets up an interview with a newspaper society columnist, hoping to break into high society. However, when the columnist comes to court, Roz (MARSHA WARFIELD), not Dan, gets a favorable mention in the next day's newspaper.
Conclusion. Christine is elected to Congress, while Harry elects to forgo a teaching postion at Columbia. Dan frets over his womanizing ways.
Christine (MARKIE POST) is elected to Congress. Dan (JOHN LARROQUETTE) has a nightmare in which the women in his life put him on trial.
Roz (MARSHA WARFIELD) exaggerated her beauty to her pen pal. Now that he's visiting town, Roz asks Lisette (JOLEEN LUTZ) to meet him for her. Mac's (CHARLES ROBINSON) commercial for Christine (MARKIE POST) airs with subliminal pornographic messages.
Roz fears meeting a male pen pal to whom she embellished stories about herself.
Dan (JOHN LARROQUETTE) hopes that Harry (HARRY ANDERSON) will become a full-time teacher and recommend Dan to succeed him as judge. But Harry's students all fail the final.
Christine (MARKIE POST) goes to her opponent's office to put an end to their vicious campaign tactics. They get along well, but after Christine leaves, her opponent dies of a heart attack.
Conclusion. Mudslinging threatens Christine's congressional campaign. Dan suffers from his busy sex-surrogate schedule. Mac's video attains cult status.
Political professionals ask Christine (MARKIE POST) to run for Congress against a longtime incumbent. Harry (HARRY ANDERSON) hears a case involving a sex clinic -- where Dan (JOHN LARROQUETTE) later applies to work as a sexual surrogate.
While Harry (HARRY ANDERSON) tries to redecorate his chambers on a tight budget, Lisette (JOLEEN LUTZ) cons Roz (MARSHA WARFIELD) and Christine (MARKIE POST) into a poker game, where she wins almost every hand.
Desperate for the money to buy a new house, Mac (CHARLIE ROBINSON) considers an offer to be the model for a new line of men's underwear.
Harry (HARRY ANDERSON) helps a defendant who lost his house due to a municipal blunder and has, in revenge, bought most of Manhattan's landmarks. Dan (JOHN LARROQUETTE) makes the most of being beauty contest judge.
Harry convinces Mel Torme to accept a magazine's man-of-the-year award, unaware it is a prank. Dan and Will round up criminals for fun and profit.
Harry is faculty adviser to a community college's humor magazine. When he helps them select Mel Torme as their "Man of the Year," Harry doesn't know the editors always subject the "Man of the Year" to humiliating practical jokes.
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