Recent hair loss - and wearing a wig - sends Murphy to a cancer support group.
Martin opens the half-buried box where Sydney has been held all night.
Martin lets Sydney out of the pit and talks her into staying. Jane and Jake drive to Tucson to rescue Syd, but she refuses to leave with them.
At the hospital, Dr. Levin is ready to go to the operating room to conduct emergency surgery on Michael. Kimberly rushes up, saying she just heard about Michael's accident, Dr. Levin tells her Jane has been arrested for attempted vehicular manslaughter.
Alison encourages Meredith to press charges against their father. Meanwhile, Billy learns where Alison is and arrives at Meredith's apartment.
Michael survives the hit-and-run, but suffers from amnesia. Jane is released when she offers evidence that incriminates Sydney.
Alex ends up in jail when he tries to impress a pretty feminist.
Alex pretends to support the Equal Rights Amendment to impress a pretty feminist. He winds up behind bars after championing the cause at a debate that turns into a riot.
Lauren's convinced that she and Patty have finally cracked the Weemawee High popularity barrier, but Patty knows--and can't reveal--the real reason behind their instant popularity.
Lauren's convinced that she and Patty have finally cracked the Weemawee High popularity barrier, but Patty knows the real reason behind their instant popularity, and can't reveal it.
Patty and Lauren find popularity within their grasp when pal Johnny Slash's home run hitting streak attracts the attention of Steve Sax, 1982 National League Rookie of the Year, who scouts a Weemawee game to see the new wave wonder. Joining Sax on his scouting mission are fellow Dodger teammates Dave Stewart, Mark Cresse, Larry See, Steve Marsden, Ed Amelungand Larry Kahn.
Patty and Lauren's pal, Johnny Slash, might help bring them popularity. His home run hitting streak attracts the 1982 N.L. Rookie of the Year Steve Sax, and other Dodger teammates.
The free-wheeling style of a Weemawee High substitute teacher creates some unexpected repercussions for the freshman class. Bill Murray, of "Saturday Night Live" and feature films("Tootsie," "Stripes," "Caddyshack" and "Ghostbusters"), guest stars as Mr. McNulty, "teacher for hire."
Bill Murray guest stars as Mr. McNulty, a free-wheeling Weemawee High substitute teacher, who creates some unexpected repercussions for the freshman class.
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