|33||[MP-201]||9/08/93||2395033||Much Ado About Everything|
|Billy suspects who Alison's stalker is,
but the stalker stays a step ahead of him; Jane is urged to go for
the jugular in divorcing Michael; Jo and Jake mend their rift, but
find common ground a bit cramped.
Keith Gray: William R. Moses.
|34||[MP-202]||9/15/93||2395034||Long Night's Journey|
|Jo is displeased by Jake's motocrosse
racing, and by Amanda's attention to it; Jane's sister arrives to give
moral support to Jane, whose legal maneuvers put a strain on Michael
and Kimberly; Billy's suspicions about Keith are confirmed to Alison.
Keith Gray: William R. Moses. Det. Altman: Randee Heller.
|Billy delivers a message to Keith (William
R. Moses), who responds by saying goodbye to Alison; Sydney becomes
a help to Michael; Amanda sees Jake in a new light after she sees
Jo's pictures of him.
Vincent: Lyman Ward.
|Alison is chastised for her poor job
performance; a business matter strains Jake and Jo's relationship,
which is strained even more bu an accident in the shop;
Jane's date angers Michael.
Sam Towler: Rob Estes. Dr. Katya Petrova: Deata Pozniak.
Charlie Harris: Thomas Ryan.
|37||[MP-205]||10/06/93||2395037||Of Bikes and Men|
|A matter of trust divides Jake and Jo;
Alison feigns illness to join Billy on a working vacation;
Michael has no problem lying during his divorce deposition.
Robert Wilson: Steven Eckholdt. Bryant: John Aprea.
Arielle: Terri Ivens.
|38||[MP-206]||10/13/93||2395038||Hot and Bothered|
|The guys, plus Amanda, attend Michael's
post-divorce party, but the women support Jane, who tries an
accelerated method of dissipating divorce depression; Matt receives
a proposal; contractual commitments keep Jake and Jo together-at
Robert: Steven Eckholdt. Katya: Beata Pozniak.
|39||[MP-207]||10/20/93||2395039||Flirting With Disaster|
|When Michael's romantic plans with
Kimberly fall through, Sydney makes her move; Alison is sent to
woo a persnickety potential client; and Michael's appearance mars a
celebration for Matt.
Katya: Beata Pozniak. Nikki: Mara Wilson. Lacey: Richard Marcus.
|40||[MP-208]||10/27/93||2395040||No Bed Of Roses|
|Billy resents the attention Alison's paying
to her new client (Parker Stevenson), who directs his social attention
toward Jo at an opportune time; Jane regrets pulling back from
Robert (Steven Eckholdt); Amanda and Jake clash over his working for
her father (Wayne Tippit); and Michael says it's over with Sydney,
who insists it isn't.
|41||[MP-209]||11/03/93||2395041||Married To It|
|The INS visits the Fieldings, and marriage
complicates Matt's social life. Meanwhile, Jane learns about Michael
and Sydney, and Sydney learns what she means to Michael.
Katya: Beata Pozniak. Joel: Jonathan Penner. Lacey: Richard Marcus.
Robert's Father: Richard Roat. Robert's Mother: Bette Ford.
|Steve invites Jo, Billy and Alison for a
weekend at his ranch, but no one has a very good time; Jake hits a
nerve when he asks Amanda about her past; Michael urges Kimberly
not to leave town.
Celia: Melanie Smith. Woodward: Wayne Tippit.
Steve: Parker Stevenson.
|A co-worker invites Sydney to an A-list
Hollywood party, where she impresses the hostess and a famous guest;
Michael proposes to Kimberly; a friendship is tested after a serious
Katya: Beata Pozniak. Lauren: Kristian Alfonso.
Ellen: Gina Gershon. Carl Canin: Stephen Nichols.
|On Thanksgiving, work alters Alison's plans
with Billy, who gives her an ultimatum; Sydney rejects Jane's olive
branch; Jake is late to Amanda's shindig because of an interview-with
the FBI; and Jo microwaves.
Palmer Woodward: Wayne Tippit. Agent Hill: Sam Anderson.
Marion Shaw: Janet Carroll.
|45||[MP-213]||12/01/93||2395045||Duet For One|
|Sydney is a success when she goes to work for
Lauren (Kristian Alfonso); Michael is transferred to a no-frills
rahabilitation hospital; Matt helps Katya during an emergency.
Robert: Steven Eckholdt. Ken: Nicholas Walker. Roger: David Kagen.
|Steve (Parker Stevenson) bids adieu to
Alison, as does Amanda to Jake, but in a much different tone;
research sends Billy video dating, but his first date (Sara Melson)
is no Alison; Sydney takes advantage if Michael's misery.
Agent Hill: Sam Anderson. Palmer Woodward: Wayne Tippit. Celia Morales: Melanie Smith.
|47||[MP-215]||12/22/93||2395047||Under the Mistletoe|
|Billy tries to leave town after rejecting
Alison's reconciliation attempt; a nurse (Marianne Muellerleile)
chastises Michael, who's wallowing in self pity; Sydney confesses
her sins; Melrose residents come together for a Christmas party for
Nikki (Mara Wilson).
Lauren: Kristian Alfonso. Robert: Steven Eckholdt.
|Michael makes progress physically, and seizes
an opportunity after Sydney puts herself in his debt; Amanda gives Jake
an eviction notice and takes away an account from Alison; Jo sees
an old beau (James Wilder) at her high-school reunion.
Cop: Richard Green. Woodward: Wayne Tippit. Celia: Melanie Smith.
|Robert (Steven Eckholdt) takes the bait
placed by Michael; Jo emphasizes being "just friends," but her
houseguest (James Wilder) may have other plans; execs hear Alison's
complaint about Amanda, who cuts short a forced vacation when
she feels that Alison's taking over her job.
Diane: Famke Janssen.
|Billy and Alison get another roommate;
Reed (James Wilder) presents a business opportunity to Amanda;
Michael once again gets the boot from Jane; suspicion clouds
Matt's attraction to a stranger (Jason Beghe); Sydney has her day
Celia: Melanie Smith. Nancy: Meg Wittner.
|51||[MP-219]||2/02/94||2395051||The Young Men and The Sea|
|Jake comes aboard the charter boat to work
with Reed (James Wilder), but worries about investors Jo and Amanda;
Billy and Alison discuss the outlook for a long-distance relationship;
Michael is served with a restraining order; Jo and Matt both err
in their burgeoning relationships.
Jeffrey: Jason Beghe.
|Sydney gains new leverage against
Michael; Matt encourages Jeffrey (Jason Beghe) to come out of
the closet; phone tag frustrates Billy and Alison, but things don't
improve when they connect; Jake and Amanda think Reed is neglecting his
business, but Jo learns that he isn't.
Greg: Scott LaRose. Andrea: Kelly Hu.
|Sydney lays her cards on the table with
Michael; an impulsive act by Billy fails to please Alison;
Reed (James Wilder) proposes a new life for Jo.
Greg: Scott LaRose.
|54||[MP-222]||2/23/94||2395054||With This Ball and Chain|
|A self-defense plea falls on deaf ears;
Sydney moves into Michael's professional life. Meanwhile, Amanda
opens her wallet to help Jo; and stirs up trouble for Billy with her
Skyler: Stephen Furst. Benson: Matt McCoy. Kovaks: John McCann. Levin: Carmen Argenziano.
|Jake stands up Amanda to comfort a distressed Jo; Jane and Sydney's mother (Gail Strickland) arrives after Sydney makes a big splash in an heirloom wedding dress she wrested from Jane; Amanda takes potshots at Alison's happiness.|
|56||[MP-224]||3/16/94||2395056||Love, Mancini Style|
|A worried Matt launches a search for the
honeymooning Sydney and Michael; Jane finds the perfect gift for the
happy couple; memories of Reed (James Wilder) haunt Jo, but Jake
finds a benefit in something Reed left behind; Alison chastises
Billy for his ambivalence about wedding plans.
Ed: Tracey Walter. Sheriff: Michael Ensign.
|57||[MP-225]||3/23/94||2395057||The Two Mrs. Mancini's|
|Alison hesitates to let Billy meet her
parents, or to tell them she's engaged; Michael stands in the way
of a windfall that would let Jane start her own business; Jo's
first date since Reed's death goes well.
Parker: Monte Markham. Mrs. Parker: Dorothy Fielding. Katherine Andrews: Gail Strickland. Gregory: Gerard Christopher. Adam: Ben Browder.
|58||[MP-226]||4/06/94||2395058||In Bed With The Enemy|
|Amanda hires a building manager with a
propensity to fix what ain't broke; and she arranges financing for
Jane's new venture. Meanwhile, Sydney offers help to her busted
former boss (Kristian Alfonso).
Ted Ryan: Christopher Gartin. Dr. Tom Miller: Erich Anderson. Rev. Styles: Bonnie Urseth.
|Billy doesn't shrink from confronting Alison's
psychiatrist; the building manager fired by Amanda returns and sees
her in a new light; Michael sees an opportunity to boost his
Dr. Tom Miller: Erich Anderson. Dr. Levin: Carmen Argenziano. Ted Ryan: Christopher Gartin.
|60||[MP-228]||4/27/94||2395060||The Bitch Is Back|
|Amanda is caught letting personal
feelings interfere with business; Alison and Billy do battle with a
wedding planner hired by Alison's parents; Michael's chance to
turn back time ends his bliss with Sydney.
Hillary Michael: Linda Gray. Sheila: Susan Lee Hoffman. Chas: Jeff Kaake. Sarah Owens: Cassidy Rae.
|Alison finds her new co-worker (Jeff Kaake)
useless, but Amanda's impressed; Sydney gets threats from Kimberly and
from Lauren, who gives Syd walking papers; Jo comforts Sarah
(Cassidy Rae) after her boyfriend (Thom Bierdz) expresses his
Hillary: Linda Gray. Lauren: Kristian Alfonso. Levin: Carmen Argenziano. Bruce: Stanley Kamel.
|62||[MP-230]||5/11/94||2395062||Devil With The G String On|
|Alison's loose lips help sink Amanda and
Jake's relationship; Kimberly arranges some trouble for Michael;
Chas (Jeff Kaake) and Sydney join the ranks of the unemployed;
Jake avenges Jo; and Michael plans Billy's bachelor party.
Dr. Levin: Carmen Argenziano. Hillary Michaels: Linda Gray. Hank: Thom Bierdz. Sarah: Cassidy Rae.
|5/18/94||2395063||Till Death Do Us Part|
|Sydney finds an unlikely ally after she is
attacked on the job; Jake comforts Amanda when Chas (Jeff Kaake)
causes her trouble at work; Michael blocks Jane's career
opportunity; Alison learns the source of her nightmare.
Parker: Monte Markham. Hillary Michaels: Linda Gray.
Chris Marchette: Andrew Williams. Judge Pittman: Larry Dobkin.
Bruce Teller: Stanley Kamel.
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