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Plans for Eddie and Crystal's wedding proceed until Crystal reveals more news.
Becky leaves home and moves in with Jackie after a fight with Roseanne.
Roseanne gives Darlene's home economics class a crash course in family dining on a budget.
Valentine's Day for the Conners is ruined when Dan forgets the occasion and Darlene is spurned.
When Jackie tries out for a part in the community theater, it is Roseanne who has to act fast.
Roseanne may lose her job if she and Dan take a long-awaited trip to Las Vegas.
Roseanne confronts Becky's boyfriend, Mark; Becky and Mark borrow Dan's prized motorcycle.
Roseanne confronts her neighbors when they complain that D.J. is a bad influence on their son (Troy Davidson).
Roseanne recalls her own pregnancies as she helps Crystal through Lamaze.
Darlene is going to a dance and Roseanne wants her to wear a dress.
Dan and Roseanne try to convince Roseanne's wise-cracking grandmother (Shelley Winters) to move in with them.
Dan and Roseanne plan to open a new business with an old friend (Jay O. Sanders), until the rules change.
After working too many double shifts together, Mike and Carl each find the other very annoying.
Mike fears his mother is telling unflattering stories about him while at lunch with Molly.
Mike invites Molly to the Chicago Cubs opening day with him and Carl.
After Samuel loses his job and apartment, Mike asks him to move in.
Vince tells Mike that he never graduated from high school and asks for help studying for his GED.
When Victoria panics about turning 30, she drags Mike and Molly into her life crisis.
Peggy's boyfriend asks Mike about the future of his relationship with Molly.
Following their engagement, Molly is anxious to start planning the wedding while Mike wants to go fishing with his friends.
Peggy gets a big surprise when she celebrates her boyfriend's birthday.
Mike tries to adjust after he gives up his bachelor pad and moves in with Molly and her family.
Molly wants to save money for their wedding, but Mike is tempted into buying Vince's car.
Mike inadvertently adds fuel to the fire when Molly has an argument with her family.
Carl meets an attractive woman (Holly Robinson Peete) at the diner and tries to score a date with her.
Mike encourages his mother to get a job, not realizing how it will impact Molly's life.
Frank becomes very jealous when Marie starts spending more time with their friend Marco, the new owner of Nemo's restaurant.
Debra tries to turn the tables after Ray loses his wedding ring and is propositioned by an attractive woman.
Marie makes a provocative sculpture and gives it to Ray and Debra.
Ray and Debra lie to Frank about the source of injuries they incurred during romance.
Debra and Marie hope that Robert will be stirred to action when they fix up Amy with Raymond's friend Gianni.
While watching the twins play basketball, Ray has a hard time dealing with the fact that Geoffrey is a terrible athlete.
Doug and Carrie decide to renew their wedding vows, then try to cancel the ceremony; Arthur debates keeping his wedding present for himself.
Doug decides not to ruin Deacon's weekend with a beautiful stewardess by telling him about his ex-wife's plans.
When the partners of Carrie's law firm notice Doug's softball skills, they ask him to pretend he is a lawyer and play on the company team; Arthur believes his great-grandfather was a slave owner.
Carrie's relationship with her gynecologist (Judge Reinhold) is in jeopardy when Doug's cousin charges the doctor more than he quoted for landscaping work.
After hearing of possible layoffs at her law firm, Carrie begins to worry about her own job security; Doug loses Deacon's lucky Koosh ball.
An unexpected visit from a stranger interrupts the Heffernans' Thanksgiving dinner. Lou Ferrigno and Merrin Dungey guest star.
Jerry and George meet with a skeptical TV executive about their show; Kramer dates Jerry's ex-girlfriend.
An eavesdropping college reporter prints the mistaken story that Jerry and George are longtime intimate companions.
When Jerry, George and Elaine volunteer to comfort senior citizens in their homes, it leads to disaster for all.
Jerry dumps his girlfriend when he finds out she may have breast implants; Kramer claims to have seen Salman Rushdie at a health club.
When Jerry and Kramer observe an operation, they accidentally drop a candy into the surgical cavity.
A car valet with killer body odor leaves Jerry and Elaine gasping for breath; George sees an ex-girlfriend holding hands with someone else.
Barb gives Christine a reason to worry about consummating her relationship with Mr. Harris; Matthew has second thoughts about medical school due to the identity of his first cadaver.
After a pretty young waitress flirts with Mr. Harris Christine gets insecure and considers plastic surgery.
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