Joshua bullies Cathy over wedding plans, and Cathy doesn't show up for the rehearsal. Ben tells Karen to stop feeding Val's fantasy that the twins could be alive, and Mac takes Karen's side and says that maybe they are alive. Nurse Wilson calls Ackerman and tells him to keep Karen away from her. Greg and Gary argue over environmental concerns for Empire Valley. Greg changes Gary's credit report, and a lot of Gary's investors back out. Greg offers to buy Gary out. Laura finds out what Greg did and threatens to tell Gary. A lawyer calls Gary and says that Galveston left him all the land in Empire Valley. The boys want to sell Knots Landing Motors, but Karen won't as it was Sid's dream for them. They tell her it's Sid's dream but not theirs, and they don't like working there. Karen and Eric go to Sid's grave, and Karen says Sid just wanted him to be happy, so she'll hire a new manager.Watch Now:Amazon
The police decide not to prosecute Lilimae and Cathy, however a story about what happened is in the tabloid that Sonny works at. Peter and his mother discuss her relationship with Galveston, and how Peter is Greg's half brother. Jill tells Mac that the Governor wants her to work with him, and she'll be moving into the office next to his. She gives him the key to her room at the Bryant Hotel. Mac drives by the hotel, but decides not to go in. Greg calls Abby, and Olivia picks up an extension. She hears Greg threaten to tell Gary that Abby knew all along that he was the father of the twins, and that she knew they were alive. Upset, Olivia asks the McKenzies if she can live with them, though she won't say why. Abby and Gary go to get her, and she tells Abby that if she doesn't let her live there, she will tell Gary about the twins. Olivia asks her how she could do something like that, and Abby leaves, very upset.
Joshua is upset that Cathy gets more fan mail than he does. Ben shows Cathy how much the ratings rise when she is on. Cathy asks if Joshua knows that and Ben says yes. Gary's upset that the TV station was built on the wrong site. Greg tells Abby that she'd better get Elliot to back up their phony report (as Peter listens in on the phone). Abby tells Elliot that she found out his son was once arrested on a drug charge. He's graduating from law school and Abby threatens to tell his employers, so Elliot lies to Gary about the phony report. Karen's jealous of Mac working with Jill, and tells Val that the way they argue reminds her of she and Mac when they first met. Jill tells Mac she is going back to Sacramento, but he says he'd like her to stay.
The residents scatter as vacation begins; Morrison meets a charming young woman; the E.R. faces major structural repairs; Steven Craig returns home after licking his drug problem; and Luther tries to find a Cheshire cat for a skeptical little girl. Dr. Auschlander collapses in an elevator. Elliot Axelrod has an interview for a position as a resident.Watch Now:Amazon
The medical staff and Joan Halloran fight back when a large private hospital dumps an indigent, unstable emergency patient on the E.R.; Ehrlich seeks advice about his relationship with Roberta; Daniels is tied to the drug abuse charges against White; and Dr. Ridley and Morrison try to figure out a woman's violent mood swings and personality changes. Luther loses a father figure. A bored teenager wreaks havoc with the hospital's computerized records.Watch Now:Amazon
A young boy enters Edna's Edibles and Tootie befriends him and learns that he lives next door. She also learns that his mother works all day and leaves him home alone and tells him never to leave their apartment and when a gas leak is detected on the block the young boy won't budge.Watch Now:Amazon
While Tony and Samantha live it up at the lavish estate of Tony's new boss, a wealthy older woman, Michael and Angela enjoy their reunion. But the celebration is short-lived, as they are eventually reminded of the professional and personal differences that drove them apart the first time.Watch Now:Amazon
Sabrina must renounce one of the two things she holds most dear in this exciting season finale. The teen's dreadful dilemma develops when she must decide whether to date Harvey or new love Dashiell. She needs advice, but her loved ones are busy celebrating Mother's Day---leaving lonely Sabrina longing for her mom's guidance. Rules prohibit the unlicensed witch from seeing her mortal mother until she's certified, so Sabrina writes her a letter instead. Unfortunately, all contact is forbidden, so the Witches' Council hands down a devastating decree: Sabrina must choose between her magic and her mom and between Harvey and Dashiell. Meanwhile, Salem's mother is also coming to visit and he hasn't told her he's spending the next hundred years as a cat.Watch Now:Amazon
Angela's ex-husband, Michael, visits so that they can sign the final divorce papers. Instead, they find themselves back together again. With Michael back in the house, there's no longer a need for Tony, who is given two weeks' notice by Michael.Watch Now:Amazon
Sabrina's father asks her to move to Paris. Now that Libby has gone to a private school, and Valerie has moved to Alaska with her parents, an anxious Sabrina becomes conviced that Harvey and her aunts don't really care for her, and sets out for her new life in France. Only when a heart-broken Salem plots to get his "Sabreeny" back by starting a civil war does she return to her senses and her real home.Watch Now:Amazon
Tony visits Angela at the filming of a soap commercial, and ends up the star of the ad. Soon after, Tony develops an itchy rash that turns out to have been caused by the soap. Angela must then decide if she wants to market a soap whose makers are not completely honest about its potentially harmful side effectsWatch Now:Amazon
Andy is unable to warn Johnny and Venus when he realizes that the bomb is at the transmitter.
Jamie thinks that Lisa and her new boyfriend, Michael (guest star Charles Shaughnessy) are moving too fast in their relationship. When Lisa and Michael decide to move in together after a week's acquaintance, Paul tries to stop Jamie from interfering, but she is unable to stay uninvolved.Watch Now:Amazon
When Johnny receives $24,000 in a legal settlement, Venus convinces him to use the money to invest in a condominium at Gone With the Wind Estates.
Fran thinks Maxwell treats his children unfairly when Maggie is not allowed to go to a makeout party, but Brighton is encouraged after kissing a relative of Fran's.
A showdown between Dashiell and Harvey is interrupted when aunts Hilda and Zelda freeze the boys to announce that Sabrina has at last qualified for her witch's license, which will grant her universal knowledge. When the overjoyed Sabrina travels to the Other Realm License Bureau to collect her prize, she is dismayed to learn that she is not allowed to use it yet not until she discovers her "family secret" (a quest which will presumably keep her busy throughout the third season). Her first clue comes in the form of the license clerk, who is actually her extremely bad-tempered cousin Doris, and in her unfortunate attempt to resolve her divided feelings with a spell which transforms the boys' rivalry for her into a full-fledged surreal duel to the death. (Sabrina: "Oh, no. This must be the spell. They're going to fight over my heart. Being a witch would be alot easier without all the magic.") Only when her cousin Doris is about to zap Harvey does Sabrina instinctively reveal who she reall
Tiffany gets a B- on her essay because she doesn't agree with Mr. Monteleone's, her teacher's, opinion. Ryan repeats everything Mr. Monteleone tells him for his reports and does great. Meanwhile, Jack and Mr. Floppy decide to make a movie with naked women.
In this pilot we meet Al and Peg Bundy, a very dysfunctional Chicago family. In the pilot, Al and Peg, who have no friends, meet their new neighbors Steve and Marcy Rhoades. Steve and Marcy are a very happily married couple until they learn from the Bundys.Watch Now:iTunes
Despite a warning from the Witches Council to avoid "charitable magic," Sabrina can't resist trying to liven up an unbelieveably tedious evening with Valerie's dysfunctional family by granting a wishbone wish.
A Valentine's Day episode: lovesick Roland the Troll returns, still determined to win Sabrina's love, but now he is the Equalizer, empowered to punish Sabrina for any misuse of her magic; and finding Sabrina trying to help Valerie attract the attention of brash but apparently uninterested Ken, he uses his authority to steal Sabrina's heart and carry her off to the Other Realm. Desperate for Valentine's Day dates, Zelda and Hilda summon Cupid, only to discover that he is depressed and has lost his belief in love - until Hilda makes him laugh and is aghast to discover that he is now Mr. Kraft's rival for her reluctant affections.Watch Now:Amazon
When Tiffany breaks up a couple by asking the guy for the time, she begins to think he is her boyfriend, without meeting him. Ryan starts getting sympathy from girls who have been dumped.
While his apartment is being fumigated, Johnny accepts Bailey's offer to stay at her place, causing everyone at the station to think that the two are sleeping together. Johnny's also afraid that he's in danger of losing his time slot to Rex, the afternoon DJ, and when Bailey tries to cheer him up, he mistakes her friendliness for a come-on.