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Danny feels increasingly abandoned as his best friend, Joey, and his brother-in-law, Jesse, become closer.
Michelle becomes very upset when her best friend and boyfriend, Howie, moves away.
El Problema Grande De D.J.
D.J. is shocked when she sees how her father, Danny, behaves toward her Spanish teacher after D.J. comes home with a poor report card.
Goodbye, Mr. Bear
Everyone is puzzled at Stephanie's overreaction when her favorite stuffed animal, Mr. Bear, is missing.
The Subject Was Noses
Marcia has her comeuppance when she breaks a date for another boy and then breaks her nose...
How to Succeed in Business?
Peter is a rollercoaster of emotion when he gets and then loses his first job.
By a Whisker
To prove he's tough enough to join a boy's club, Jody must clip Mr. French's whiskers.
A singing idol (James Darren) secretly stays with the Stones when he suddenly becomes ill before a concert.
Season 5, Episode 22
TV's "The Odd Couple"--Jack Klugman and Tony Randall--guest star! Jack sings (!) with Carol, while Tony takes part in a sketch revealing superstitions among actors as part of a tribute to Broadway. Originally aired 3/08/1972.
Lucy and the Ceramic Cat
When Lucy and Viv break the ceramic cat Mr. Mooney plans to give his wife as a surprise birthday present, Lucy winds up pretending to be a mechanical man in a department store window to steal another ceramic cat.
Lucy Goes to Vegas
Lucy and Viv win a free trip to Vegas, but have no spending money for their stay. The two pose as big-money gamblers to score some free "comps", but eventually they have to prove it at the casino tables.
Lucy Gets a Paris Gown
Lucy goes on a hunger strike until Ricky buys her a designer dress.
Lucy in the Swiss Alps
The Ricardos and Mertzes get trapped in a cabin by an avalanche.
Mary and Rhoda are excited to develop a new show until they learn Ted and Sue Ann will be the hosts.
It's Not My Fault…Is It?
Lenny quits his job and sinks into depression after Brenda turns down his marriage proposal one more time.
Squiggy in Love
Laverne and Shirley try to help Squiggy by pointing out to him that his latest great looking girlfriend is just using him to help move into and decorate her flat. When they finally confront Squiggy with the news, he tells them he knows he's being used but what chance does a guy like him have with a beautiful girl like that. Of course he does the right thing thanks to his friends and tells the gold digger to get lost.
The Feminine Mistake
Laverne asks Shirley if she can make her more feminine to impress Joey. This leads to Laverne acting 'froo-froo' and doing impressions of a southern belle.
Guess Who's Coming To Dinner
When Vint wins an expensive Mother's Day dinner for two, he must choose between taking Mama and Naomi. And it turns into all-out family war between the two women over who will get the dinner out.
Look Who's Breathing
When Mama substitutes for Vint at Naomi's Lamaze class, she relates her own experience of giving birth and scares everyone out of the room.
Vicki's Dilemma / Discount Romance / Looser and Still Champ
Gopher's uncle secretly opens a shop in his cabin; Vicki gets involved with a teenager who pops pills to compensate for his neglectful mother.
The Subway Show
When Oscar is fed up with New York City, Felix tries to show him it's a fun place, only to have them end up trapped in a stalled subway car.
The Paul Williams Show
When Felix keeps a sick Edna from going to a Paul Williams concert, she runs away to become a groupie.
Where Have all the Doctors Gone
When Willona goes out of town, she leaves Penny in Florida's care. Shortly after, Penny comes down with a virus and Florida takes her down to the free clinic to be examined. Florida quickly comes face to face with the hardnosed doctor who's out of touch with the people in the ghetto and who's also planning to leave, right in the middle of what seems to be an epidemic.
JJ and TC
A tomboy who's been helping out Bookman, wants J.J. to ask her to a dance. However, J.J. thinks of her as just one of the guys, that is until he has an encounter with her at a seedy pick-up bar.
Fred gets a letter in the mail from someone named Carol who claims that Fred knew her 40 years ago and that she's coming for a visit. However, Fred doesn't recall knowing any Carols and is in for a shock when Carol turns out to be a man. Another shock, Carol claims that he and Fred robbed a bank years ago.
Aunt Esther Has a Baby
Aunt Esther and Woody have decided to have a baby and set up an appointment with an adoption agency to adopt an older child. However, on the day of a preliminary interview, Woody, so nervous about the prospects of being a father, gets drunk, threatening their chances for an adoption. A heartbroken Esther turns to Fred for help.
Edith gets an invitation to attend her 30th high school class reunion, but when Archie refuses to escort her, she decides not to go. When her Cousin Amelia shows up to question Edith about her decision, Edith learns that an old flame, Buck, will be attending the reunion. Suddenly, Archie decides that he would like to go. However, when Buck does finally show up, Archie is in for a surprise since the once good looking track star seems to have lost his good looks.
The Hot Watch
Archie comes home with a brand new watch and claims that he got a bargain on it, since he was told that it was a $300 watch and he got it for $25. Later, Archie is crestfallen when he discovers that the watch is broken. Meanwhile, Mike is convinced that the watch is stolen and encourages Archie to be careful, since the serial number may lead the jeweler to discover that indeed Archie has a hot watch. Thus, Archie scrambles to find a jeweler who will fix it with no questions asked.
New Year's Leave
It's New Year's Eve, and while Judge Harry T. Stone (HARRY ANDERSON) helps an escaped convict see in the new year in Times Square, Bull (RICHARD MOLL) attempts to confine a man who thinks he's 1987.
Harry (HARRY ANDERSON) does not believe a sweet, middle-aged woman when she claims she murdered her husband; and Dan (JOHN LARROQUETTE) finds an unusual method of financing his dream car.
Young Man With a Shoehorn
Rob invests his bonus paycheck in Buddy's uncle's discount shoe store.
Girls Will Be Boys
Richie says a girl's been beating him up in school.
Send in the Crane
Sam reunites with his lost love and ends up falling for her daughter.
Tony takes a second job working as a chauffer for a wealthy but friendly woman named Christina. The two of them hit it off while he's driving her around, and Tony develops a crush on her. By the time Tony finally gets up the nerve to ask her out, it's too late-- she has just become engaged.
A Day In the Life
Bob's unexpected leave of absence throws his patients off.
Send Her, Ella
Stephanie gets stuck watching the Inn rather than compete in the Maple Syrup beauty contest.
Ralph and Ed try to come up with money to buy a candy store.
Sergeant Bilko Presents
Unable to raise the necessary funds to back Pt Hugo Lockman's play 'Sharecropper's Summer', Bilko persuades the army to run a playwriting competition.
Sweet Success of Smell
Maynard's sense of smell is powerful, especially when it comes food. But Dobie believes Maynard can parlay that ability to sniff out anything into a lucrative detective business.
Season 4, Episode 22
Sketches include the laughing song, the firing squad runner, the Laugh-In fable, money quickies, movie clichés, the baseball quickie, classic movie scenes, the stock market report, and the friendly lady film. Featuring Truman Capote, Wilt Chamberlain, and Sam Yorty.
The Muppets, Sam and Dave, and more
Today's episode features Sam and Dave, Mary Hopkin, Montego, the Muppets, Mike Douglas, Ron Carey, and Lucero Tena.
On Now: 4:30a ET
The Best of the Ed Sullivan Show
Tiny Tim, Gloria Loring, and more
Today's episode features Englebert Humperdinck, Lainie Kazan, David Hemmings, Gloria Loring, Peter Gennaro, and Tiny Tim.
The Pet Shop
When Mr. Boynton stands Miss Brooks up, she decides to return the favor.