01:44 — Vint's boss asks him to hold a diamond bracelet for his wife. Mama finds it, confused thinking that it is hers.
01:58 — A psychic give the Harper's all of their readings.
01:45 — Naomi decides to attend school to be a flight attendant.
01:55 — The Harper family refutes the old expression "there's no such thing as bad publicity."
01:48 — Mama misinterprets voice mails on the answering machine, thinking that the family is planning to get rid of her.
01:57 — Once Vint announces that Naomi is the sole beneficiary of his life insurance policy, he starts having series of bear-fatal accidents.
01:53 — This episode connects modern teenagers Buzz and Sonja with the "hip" past of Thelma in the '40s.
01:42 — Bubba's gets stood up by his prom date at the last second, so Mama decides to set him up with Lola's niece.
01:48 — Mama has the house to herself all weekend. Thinking that she would be happy, Mama actually feels bored and lonely.
01:36 — The winner of the chili book-off will get their recipe in the new cookbook.
01:48 — Mama decides to star a senior citizens' tap-dancing troupe after trying to get Aunt Effie to exercise.
01:53 — To be able to hear her baby, Naomi and the Harpers install an intercom.
01:59 — Vint's former Army Sergeant comes to town and recruits Bubba.
01:57 — Mama suddenly begins to have a new outlook on life, and her family quickly takes advantage of it.
02:04 — This episode deals with the inadequacies of elder care.
01:43 — Mama finds herself in a dance competition against Vint and Naomi.
01:54 — Bubba books a band, and tells the family that the band will be staying with them. The band turns out to be all females.
01:54 — The family learns the news that Fran has died of natural causes. Mama is determined to give her dead sister a "perfect day.":
01:59 — Mama lies about her age and gets a job as a receptionist.
01:54 — An anonymous letter have Vint convinced that he is adopted.
01:43 — Vint is asked to portray Santa Claus at the mall, but loses his voice. Mama has to fill in for him.
01:49 — Carol and Harvey again join Vicki, Betty, and the series regulars in one of the funniest weddings in television history.
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- Premiered: September 27, 1986
- Rating: TV-PG
- Premise: Domestic shenanigans entangle a kooky Midwestern family and its sharp-tongued matriarch. Based on a series of sketches that ran on `The Carol Burnett Show.' (more)