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Jason and Maggie realize they don't always think alike when they get into an argument over a mandatory dress code in the schools.
When Ben invites a runaway street kid home for Christmas, both the Seavers and the runaway learn about charity and the value of family.
After being caught in a lie, Maggie grounds herself to teach Mike a lesson. But will she change her mind when she learns she is missing out on the Frank Sinatra show?
Carol is given the opportunity to skip a grade in school, while Mike eagerly looks forward to a date with an older woman . . . a 22-year-old stewardess.
Vicki and Aaron Newton are separated, with joint custody of their two sons, Aaron and Kobe. Though the boys are angels for dad, young Kobe saves his worst, violent behavior for mom.
The Uva boys, Trevor and Travis, disrespect authority figures, curse, insult, and bully their classmates. They expect their parents to do everything for them, and they have the reputation for being the worst behaved kids at their mom's pre-school.
Supernanny Jo Frost comes to the rescue of a family caught up in a pattern of hitting, aggression and unhappiness. Jo takes Jennifer, the mom, on an emotional journey to break the cycle of violence that was inflicted on Jennifer as a child.
Ruthie becomes the subject of a shocking rumor.
Ruthie hears a nasty rumor about Jack.
Rose and Sandy spend Christmas with the Camdens.
While calling Lorelai from Rome, Rory admits that she complicated her relationship with Dean. Lorelai gives Dean a letter from Rory, but Dean's wife, Lindsay, finds the letter and makes Dean move out of the house. Rory returns from Europe, and a terrible argument ensues when she and Lorelai encounter Lindsay and her mother. Meanwhile, Luke returns to Stars Hollow after spending several weeks helping his injured sister, Liz, on the Renaissance Fair circuit. Luke and Lorelai try to find a private spot to say hello but are interrupted by a town parade.
Early in the morning after Lorelai and Luke spend a romantic night together at Luke's place, Lorelai walks into the diner dressed in one of Luke's flannel shirts and discovers that the place is full of customers. Lorelai is a little offended when it appears that no one cares about their relationship--until it becomes a topic of heated discussion at the town meeting. Meanwhile, Rory verbally spars with a haughty, rich student named Logan after he is rude to her friend Marty. And Paris holds a wake for her older lover Professor Asher Flemming, who died over the summer.
Rory and Dean have difficulty meeting alone because they live far apart and Dean shares a car with his estranged wife. Impulsively, Rory asks Dean if he left his wife because Lindsay found Rory's letter--and she is not completely satisfied with his response. Lorelai and Sookie manage Jackson's campaign when he decides to compete against Taylor for town selectman. Lane tells her band mate Zach that she has feelings for him.
Highlights include a man who has a run-in with a squirrel that's hiding in his chimney, a woman so overwhelmed when she realizes a surprise party is for her that she faints, a bride's veil catching fire and a tot who almost eats a ladybug. This week's state spotlight shines on Oklahoma.
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.
Nikki and Oglevee are held hostage during a holdup.
Nikki joins a snobby book club.
Nikki fears for the Professor's life.
Nikki 'plots' to spend eternity with Oglevee.
Chris models himself after a popular rapper and takes on a bad boy persona in order to impress Tasha. Julius gets the family a free dinner at an expensive restaurant, but the restaurant is less than hospitable.
Chris tries to get himself invited to a spin-the-bottle party so that he can get a chance to kiss Tasha. He winds up kissing another girl, which only causes unforeseen problems.
Chris plans to take Tasha to an Easter pageant after she breaks up with her boyfriend; Rochelle seeks to win the hat competition at church.
Chris accompanies Drew as they skip school to get Wayne Gretzky's autograph for Drew.
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