Carla is thrown for a loop after learning that she's to be a grandmother, so Rebecca tries to cheer her up by throwing a slumber party with help from fun maven Lilith (Bebe Neuwirth). Dorothy: Elizabeth Ruscio. Eddie: Jay Thomas. Annie: Mandy Ingber. Antho (more…)
The gang, pride and bowling trophy dented, engages in prank-to-prank combat with their rivals over at Gary's Olde Towne Tavern. Baseball great Wade Boggs plays himself. Gary: Robert Desiderio. Jensen: Rom Rosqui. Exterminator No. 1: Greg Collins. Extermina (more…)
Rebecca's plan to escape her boss's proposal goes south (of the border) when Sam, her “intended,” is sent to tend bar at a Mexican resort, likes it and thinks about staying. Martin: Alex Nevil. Dennis: Gerald Hiken. Tourist: Loren Farmer. Pepe: Fred As (more…)
Fearful of being taunted, Norm hides the fact he's (gasp!) an interior decorator, but plays the part to the flamboyant hilt for his yuppie clients. Robert: George Deloy. Kim: Jane Sibbett. Ivan: B.J. Turner. Todd: Craig Branham.
When no one from the bar visits appendectomy patient Cliff in the hospital, he decides on a personality transplant, which leads to shocking changes in his behavior. Nurse: Shirley Prestia. Dave: Robert Benedetti. McManus: Ed Wright.
Rebecca recruits Woody to play a clown at the company children's party, but he must cancel, so Frasier steps in to fill his oversize shoes. Also, Sam falls for the daughter of an old girlfriend (Sandahl Bergman). Laurie: Chelsea Noble. Mrs. Ridgeway: Patri (more…)
Cliff must decide whether to deliver his new trainee---and love interest---to the postal inspectors when she errs in the name of lust. Meanwhile, Sam goes to extremes in an effort to guess Rebecca's favorite song. Margaret: Annie Golden. Motel Clerk: Randy (more…)
After getting his block knocked off by a rich snob (Tyrone Power Jr.), Woody decides to get back at him by stealing his girlfriend (Jackie Swanson). Mr. Gaines: Richard Doyle. Howell: Gary Bergher. Osborne: Vaughn Armstrong. Drysdale: Josef Rainer.
The Cranes take a liking to Carla's intellectual 6-year-old (Jarrett Lennon) and use him as a litmus test for their own parenting skills, leaving a lonely Carla worried that the boy will grow up to be a “soft, doughy wimp wearing an argyle sweater and sm (more…)
Rebecca's latest scheme to land a corporate position puts Norm in a bad spot when he's forced to hire her as a marketing consultant. Also, an athletic woman (Lisa Aliff) has Sam's heart throbbing---from exhaustion after a week of nonstop exercising. Mr. An (more…)
An intelligent little girl who is neglected by her parents discovers that she has telekinetic powers. Not until a teacher shows her kindness for the first time does she realize that she can use those powers to do something about her sufferings and help her (more…)
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- Birth Place: Brooklyn, NY
- Birthday: March 31, 1948, Aries
- Profession: Actor, Writer, Producer, Voice-overs
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