Bill Cassidy is a model TV dad of the hit series, “That’s Our Dad, a show known for its closing (where he “adopts” two orphaned children at the end of each show). At least on-screen Cassidy is the model TV dad. Off the set is a little different story. Bill is an egotistical jerk who verbally abuses his co-stars and crewmembers … and even the children he was said to have adopted.
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Jonathan and Mark take interest in Todd who has no desire to be in Special Olympics because he feels he can't do anything. They try to convince Todd to get into Special Olympics to prove to himself that he can do things. Scotty and Diane learn whether they can have children or if they will have to adopt children. Diane learns her fate and it decides to adopt children but Scotty is against adoption because he wants to have a baby that looks like him and can run and play.
Jonathan and Mark have an interesting assignment as they try to give Gary and Alice a new direction in their lives. As Gary begins to fall in love with Alice he soon discovers a secret that suddenly makes him a father. Alice makes plans to give up her baby for adoption but as the birth of the baby gets closer she begins to have second thoughts about giving the baby up.
Jonathan and Mark's assignment to reunite a Hollywood actress who is estranged from her daughter, who is also writing a book about her life with her mother which paints her mother in a bad light. They meet another angel who reveals to Mark that if Jonathan does well he will be moved up, which makes Mark want to see Jonathan fail but Jonathan tells him that they have to abide with what the boss wants. They go see the daughter who says that she hates her mother because she drove her father away, whom she's fond of. But the mother says that there are things about her father that she never told her.
Jonathan and Mark help a 12 year-old genius deal with college. Chris tries to accept his gift while the other kids can't seem to figure out what to do with a classmate that is smarter than they are. The kids get crests on their fraternities rush list for hell night. Later Chris finds out he didn't make the fraternity list, but then figures out how to get back at Danny and the others.
Jonathan informs a man, Mr. Clancy that his son who died in Vietnam fathered a child. He is still hurting over losing his son, and he doesn't want the child. Nevertheless he gets him. Now the boy is being shook down by some bullies who want his lunch money. Now the man's anger reaches it's boiling point and he throws them out.
Charlie, who sells Jewelry suddenly, steals the wrong case not knowing he has $1,000 in it. Now he must escape with the drug money and ponder if keeping the money is right.
Jonathan and Mark see an old friend whose son is in a coma. Jonathan tries to get the rest of family to go see Tony so Gene can take a break. Gene and his wife Anne help their daughter Michele understand that the accident was not her fault.
Now that Diane and Scotty want to have children they decided to adopt Todd but learn that his natural parents don't want anyone to adopt him. Todd's natural parents were told some years ago that they had to put him out for adoption because he his handicapped.
Jonathon and Mark try to get a father and son to get to know each other again before Gary loses his father do to leukemia. Jonathan tries to make these tycoons live life to the fullest and not work so hard.
An immoral business tycoon, who shares no love with the world or anybody in it, is given the opportunity to atone for the pollution and poverty he's been inflicting for years. All of this while his soul is at stake.
After Mark wins a lot of money he puts Jonathan and Brady out of the picture. Mark falls in love with Nina who is broke but doesn't know it.
Bill Cassidy is a model TV dad of the hit series, "That's Our Dad, a show known for its closing (where he "adopts" two orphaned children at the end of each show). At least on-screen Cassidy is the model TV dad. Off the set is a little different story. Bill is an egotistical jerk who verbally abuses his co-stars and crewmembers ... and even the children he was said to have adopted.
Jonathan and Mark go to work at a halfway house where people who have mental problems have been Institutionalized but unfortunately due to need of space, the ones who are deemed no longer a danger to society, but not really cured are released. So the halfway house is a place where they can be treated before going back to their former lives. Now the residents of the neighborhood where they are situated don't want them there and are vocal about it
Jonathan and Mark tag along with an elderly street puppeteer who's also an angel - but doesn't know it.
Jonathan and Mark give a wife wanting a divorce from her husband a wish to meet him again for the first time. Mark gets his friend a lesson about marriage that he hopes she will take with her when she marries her fiancé Brad. A couple married 49 years ago decided to take their vows again.
Gabe Wilson, an old friend of Mark's, and a down-and-out jazz pianist tries to re-build his life after suffering a heart attack. Gabe reconnects with an old flame named Ellie, a God-fearing widow who is having problems trying to relate to her daughter, Vanessa, the vocalist in a rock band. When Gabe tries to encourage Vanessa to pursue her dreams, he unwittingly strains the not-so-harmonious mother-daughter relationship even more.
Mark and Jonathan help Danny and Kate overcome their height issues as they get ready for prom.
After his owners are trapped at the bottom of a hill in car accident, a precocious dog tries to lead Jonathon and Mark to them.
Birdy Belker, a mystery writer gets to meet the man of her dreams. She meets Roger Bolt who was slain in 1968. Jonathan grants Birdy's wish to actually meet the man she writes about. She said learns that meeting the man she writes about isn't all it's cracked up to be.
Ronald James a respected newsman is shocked to come home and find out that his son has turned him into the police due to his cocaine addiction. When David tries to tell his dad doesn't believe him. His father later uses the newscast to admit that he has a drug problem.
Jonathan and Mark are on their way to their next assignment and meet another angel, Ted, whom Jonathan knows, and they both arrive at their destination. When Ted learns that the subject of his mission is his wife Laura and that it involves pairing her with a guy named Roy, not only does he refuse to do it, but he sabotages any chances Roy may have had with her. He then romances her himself but Jonathan steps in and shows what damage he has done and so to fix, he starts acting like a jerk which inspires Roy to tell him to leave Laura alone and their romance begins.
Jonathan and Mark taken a couple back in time to help them understand what life would of been like had they not met each other 49 years earlier. Clarence and Rose are about to divorce each other because they have fallen out of love.
It's Christmas time and Jonathan and Mark's assignment is to prove to a cynical reporter, who doesn’t believe that there's any goodness in the world that there is.
Mark tries to help his sister's daughter who has a life-threatening illness by going to Congress and seeing if he can get some legislation passed to help research the cause of the illness. Mark and Jonathan both learn that to get the legislation on the current bill for a vote is not as easy as they think. Jonathan has trouble talking to a Senator about the bill and stopping the passage of it before he is able to add what he wants to it.
Joe Mason is a Vietnam Vet who is trying to get the VA to help him pay expensive dental work but because his condition is not related to his military service, he is denied.