A former middleweight boxing champion, now a homeless alcoholic, goes back in time in hopes of changing the outcome of the match where his brother died in the ring. Mr. Smith: Paul Popowich. Judge Othniel: Al Waxman.
A black musician (Earl Hyman) is sent back to 1932 to discover the truth surrounding a Federal bust at the speakeasy where he played, which appeared to be a set-up involving the white woman he was in love with. Rose: Candace Cameron.
A scientist (Reginald VelJohnson) who's kept silent about his company's illegal dumping of toxic waste returns as a reporter, and tries to persuade his younger self to take a stand. Mr. Smith: Paul Popowich.
A womanizer (Patrick Cassidy) returns to 1986 to “walk a mile in the shoes of a woman” (literally) and learn to treat the “fairer sex” with respect. Kathryn Zenna, Steve Boyle, Nicole Richards, Lori Alter.
An escape artist (C. Thomas Howell) executed in the electric chair for murdering his sister, who was his assistant, is given a chance to prove his innocence and prevent the crime. Mr. Smith: Paul Popowich.
Mr. Smith accompanies a dirty cop (Ralph Macchio) back in time to try to prevent the man's younger self from accepting his first bribe. Frank: Joe Pingue. Julio: Christopher Jacot: Marco: Angelo Tucci. Welsh: Sean Campbell. Andy Patello: Jared Wall.
A recently deceased teen baseball player (Miko Hughes) is sent back in time to his overbearing father's childhood and learns that his grandfather (Ed Marinaro) was also difficult to live with. Young Ben: Trevor Blumas. Julie: Tracey Cook. Ben: Steward Bick. Young Julie: Rachel Skarsten. Jack: Johnie Chase.
A bitter divorcée (Lesley Ann Warren), who has taught her daughter to mistrust men, returns to Earth as the owner of a video-dating service and acts as her daughter's matchmaker. Molly: Danielle Brett. Mr. Smith: Paul Popowich.
An “angry, bitter cat lady” (Markie Post) who lives alone returns as a social worker to the orphanage where she grew up to help her younger self get adopted. Sandi Ross, Holly Stapley, Alexandra Stapley.
This episode introduces Mr. Smith (Paul Popowich), heaven's newest guardian angel whose first assignment is to help a paramedic (Bruce Boxleitner) who was shot by his own son---a drug addict. Ritchie: Aaron Poole. Lindsay: Nancy Harewood. Det. Gephart: Marty Moreau. Jason Driver: Brandon Carrera. Mrs. Driver: Cindy Cook. Fire Chief: Mark Melymick. Girl: Nicole Hardy.
A teen (Thomas Ian Nicholas) learns that his father has been lying to him and sister about their “dead” mother for the last 12 years. Becca: Torri Higginson. Phil: Aidan Divine. Mrs. Gerson: Patricia Gage.
A musician (Jere Burns) tries to save his own life, as well as the life of his mentally-challenged neighbor (Brent Carver), who's terrified of being committed to an institution. Bess: Jennifer Phipps. Homeless Man: Robert A. Silverman. Asylum Nurse: Rose Graham. Bingo: Kathryn Kirkpatrick.
A young mother (Tracey Gold) returns to the day her child's father died in a car accident, and learns to face the fact that she and her mother are both alcoholics. Young Blair: Emily Hampshire. Maureen: Brooke Johnson. Olympia: Maria Ricossa. Kevin: Dan Pelonis.. Veronica Rydell: Stacy Grant.
A businessman (Lance Kinsey) who regrets that he and his wife were too busy with their careers to spend time with their daughter returns to 1987 and tries to persuade his wife to quit her job. Tammy: Tracey Cook. Young Caitlin: Mallarie Hayes. Roger: Donald Carrier. Mr. Kingsley: Roger Dunn. Meat/Speed: Noah Klar. Mr. Doorson: Jack Newman.
To Jones' surprise, a socialite (Michelle Phillips) is given a chance to relive the night when she considered having an adulterous affair with her husband's best friend. Young Edwina: Amy Price-Francis.
A well-to-do woman (Julia Duffy) returns to her life as a young working-class mother and is able to teach her son a valuable lesson about stealing. Emma Price: Jayne Eastwood. Sean: Matthew Lemche. Selden: David Nerman.
A TV-producer (Daniel Hugh Kelly) returns to when he was a stage actor to persuade his younger self (Josh Peace) not to give up his love of theater for a more lucrative career. Sarah: Shelley Peterson. Young Sarah: Gema Zamprogna. Lionel: William Hutt.