"A woman claims she was the victim of road rage and wants the other driver to pay for the damage. Newlyweds back out and stick their friend with the bill for an expensive trip to the Bahamas."
"A 19-year-old woman blames her ex's mother for his doubts about fathering her 10-month-old baby."
"In this dramatic part two conclusion, tensions rise between Robin and Daniel, who both say they desperately want custody of their two daughters, 14-year-old Dani and 12-year-old Zoey, who say they have been torn between both parents for years. Robin has accused Daniel of "brainwashing and kidnapping" their daughters, which Daniel firmly denies. Daniel also reveals a heavy accusation against his ex-wife he feels justifies his actions-how will Robin react to his claims? What will happen to Dani and Zoey? Find out if this family says that they are ready to receive help and move forward, when we also meet Dani and Zoey."
"Great friend and confidant, Jakes sits down with Tyler Perry for an hour of conversation and laughter."
When Arthur tries to sell Spence his adjoining burial plot, he somehow winds up selling it to Spence's mother, Veronica. Doug is assigned a new delivery route and is freaked out by a man at one of his daily stops who always answers the door wearing nothin
Arthur is moved upstairs to Carrie's office once the weather gets cold, but have problems when the weather moves up and Arthur thinks his move was permanent.
"Molly looks to win some extra cash when she and the girls head to a riverboat casino in Indiana for the weekend. Meanwhile, Mike and Vince try to enjoy some college basketball when the guys come over to watch TV."
"Mike and Molly decide to try having a baby. Carl is upset to learn Molly has been spending time with his ex-girlfriend Christina."
"Barney decides to ask Quinn out on a second date, even though she works as a stripper named “Karma;” when Robin moves in with Marshall and Lily, Ted wonders how to make good use of her empty room."
"Lily admits she’s been secretly destroying Ted's relationships when the girls fail to pass the "front porch test;" Barney embraces Marshall’s dorky pajamas."
"Max and Caroline try to take their cupcake business to the next level by auditioning for the reality cooking show, Cupcake Wars."
"Caroline's love for horse racing gets out of hand when she and Max go to a racetrack as guests of Sophie's new bookie boyfriend."
The gang all loves the soup from a new, temperamental cook unofficially called the "Soup Nazi". Jerry and his girlfriend are beyond affectionate, and their nickname "Schmoopie" drives George crazy. Elaine buys an antique armoire on the street, but it is s
Jerry hires a maid for his apartment, but ends up paying her for more than just cleaning. George, desperate for attention at work, tries to think up a catchy nickname for himself. Meanwhile, Kramer tries to manage a suddenly long-distance relationship, wh
After Jeff tells his altruistic co-workers that requests for charity donations are getting out of hand, Audrey enters into a 10K charity event and plans on having Jeff's staff contribute money toward the cause. Meanwhile, Russell is dating a woman who is
Russell tries to get out of his marriage to an overly enthused Liz, who tries to make it work, while Jeff attempts to engage Audrey in dirty talk.
"When Spooner Street ends up winning the float contest in the Harvest Day parade, a street-wide war breaks out over custody of the trophy. Meanwhile, to raise big money for a new Prada handbag, Meg gets a job at a pancake house, where she pretends that Stewie is her illegitimate crack addicted baby. Child services investigates and soon finds the Griffin home unsuitable for a baby, and take Stewie to a foster home. The residents of Spooner Street declare peace, and decide to rescue Stewie."
"Viewer mail inspires three stories in which Peter loses his bones, the Griffins gain super powers, and Peter and his friends appear as eight-year-old “Little Rascals.”"
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"Items brought to the shop include a handmade, Anton Schneider cuckoo clock from the 1800s, an antique thermometer from the 1800s that features the Celsius, Fahrenheit and Reaumur scales, a silver table spoon said to have been made by Paul Revere, and a vintage Kam-Act MK-2 archery bow."
"A loyal customer claims her favorite car wash damaged her dashboard; A family friend bails a woman out of jail, and wants repayment of the bail money."
"A Washington, D.C., singer is sure he's not a child's father-and he even wrote a song about it."