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Donna is a single mom whose son, Cole, survived a two-year, all-consuming battle with leukemia, and soon afterwards, her husband Steve suddenly died. Left alone to bring up their four children, Donna was so depleted she lost control of the kids.
The angels attend a baseball game and forever change the lives of three men.
The angels help a desperate man deal with his emotions.
Gloria learns a lesson in love.
A Jewish community is threatened by skinheads.
No one thinks Simon will do the right thing when he finds himself alone with an attractive, older girl.
Eric fears that Robbie's estranged father will destroy his future.
Matt fears a therapist will reveal his inability to succeed as a doctor.
Robbie spends time with a girl that looks identical to Mary.
Rory is tricked by her manipulative classmate Francie, who convinces Paris that Rory has been plotting against her. Meanwhile, when Emily is sued by a former maid, Lorelai worries that if she gives a deposition in the case, it will cause more problems with her mother. Also, Lorelai meets an interesting man, Alex Lesman, at a business seminar.
After surprising herself by agreeing to go on a fishing date with her new beau, Alex, Lorelai asks Luke for a lesson in fishing techniques. Meanwhile, the political battle between Rory and Paris escalates when Paris tries to have Rory impeached. Lane plots to go to the prom with a guitarist, Dave. And Luke asks an attorney, Nicole, on a date.
When Christopher's pregnant girlfriend, Sherry, begins labor and asks Rory to stay with her at the hospital, Lorelai reminisces about the day Rory was born. In flashbacks, 16-year-old Lorelai learns she is pregnant, decides not to marry young Christopher and leaves home with her new baby.
Lorelai goes away with her new boyfriend, Alex, for a weekend in New York, but she worries about leaving Rory and Jess together. Meanwhile, when Jess goes with Rory to dinner at Emily's house and refuses to explain his injured eye, Rory accuses him of fighting with Dean.
Highlights include clips of dogs who can talk, a man who scares his neighbors with a rubber snake in his yard, and friends who rewire a man's brake pedal to his horn so it honks every time he steps on the brakes. This week's state spotlight shines on Mississippi.
Clips include a woman on a rollercoaster, trick or treat mishaps, a little boy who prays that mom makes better meals while saying grace, and a montage of dads changing diapers. This week's state spotlight shines on Kentucky.
In this $100,000 award show, clips include: 'Passed Out Passenger,' a woman who rides a roller coaster and promptly passes out; 'The Spice Boys,' a game where one must swallow a tablespoon of cinnamon; 'Cookieface Race,' with family members trying to move a cookie from their foreheads to their mouths using only facial muscles; 'Shake It Baby,' a toddler with a gyrating bumble ball stuck in between his pants and diaper; 'Thumbstucker,' a toddler exploring a hotel bathroom; and 'Ringleader,' a teen squeezing himself into toddler swim rings at a pool party.
Video highlights include a camera catching a guy eating a bug on a roller coaster, a teen trying to launch a bottle rocket with hilarious results and a montage of wedding mishaps. This week's state spotlight is Florida.
Chris buys his first car, which only leads to a series of unforeseen problems. Meanwhile, everybody else in the house accidentally stumbles into everyone else's private business.
Chris comes to blows with Rochelle when he refuses to clean the dishes, and Mr. Omar gives his notice to vacate because he believes he is dying.
Chris runs into unexpected problems when Tasha becomes his girlfriend, Rochelle finds out that Julius is still technically married to another woman, and Drew and Tonya have a contest to see who can be quiet the longest.
Chris calls in a bomb threat to get out of doing a punishwork assignment, and Rochelle tries to get rid of a 'mojo' placed on her by one of her customers at the salon.
Chris opts to take the G.E.D. over repeating the 10th grade, Drew tries to go on Amateur Night at the Apollo, Julius tries to get $25 back from somebody who owes him, and Tanya graduates from sixth grade.
Inspired by his childhood experiences, comedian Chris who struggles to cope with being uprooted to a new neighborhood in Brooklyn, New York and bused for the first-time to a predominantly white middle school two-hours away, while keeping his younger siblings Drew and Tonya in line at home. Rock narrates the hilarious, touching story of a teenager named Chris
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