Season 8

8.1 “Don’t Worry Be Pregnant” – Stephanie and Michael return from their honeymoon with a big surprise – Stephanie is pregnant.
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8.2 “Get Dick” – Fancy French restaurant Maison Hubert burns down after Dick doesn’t dispose of his cigar properly. When Hubert vows revenge, Dick fears for his life.
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8.3 “Poetry and Pastries” – Dick is caught in a tough spot when he is asked to judge the annual “Poetry and Pastry” contest and Joanna decides to compete.
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8.4 “Utley Exposed” – George gets in trouble after he appears on Vermont Today and accidentally reveals his part in a childhood prank.
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8.5 “Ramblin’ Michael Harris” – Michael, anxious to make more money for his family, quits his job at the supermarket and becomes a lounge singer.
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8.6 “Meet Michael Vanderkellen” – Stephanie’s mother agrees to buy Stephanie and Michael a new house, but only if Michael changes his last name.
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8.7 “Good Lord Loudon” – A British lord visits the Stratford, and when he can’t pay his bill he offers to give his title to Dick as payment instead.
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8.8 “Cupcake in a Cage” – A hormonal Stephanie attacks a security guard, then is arrested and thrown in jail for her troubles.
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8.9 “Attack of the Killer Aunt” – Dick is perturbed when Joanna’s aunt Louise (who hates him) comes to visit the inn.
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8.10 “I Like You, Butt…” – George falls for a woman whose only flaw is her enormous backside; meanwhile, Stephanie and Michael talk baby names.
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8.11 “Jumpin’ George” – After he’s struck night after night with the same nightmare, George decides to stop sleeping altogether.
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8.12 “Lights! Camera! Contractions!” – The day, the hour, and the moment have arrived…it’s the birth of Stephanie and Michael’s baby.
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8.13 “Beauty and the Pest” – Real estate agent Joanna wonders why her customer can’t decide on a house to buy, until she realizes that he’s actually in love with her.
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8.14 “Good Neighbor Sam” – Dick is polite to a pesky new neighbor, and the town mistakes his politeness for a sign that Sam is his new best friend.
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8.15 “Child in Charge” – Stephanie’s parents buy WPIV and give it to Baby Stephanie. When Dick refuses to listen to his “boss’s” orders, “she” cancels Vermont Today.
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8.16 “Seein’ Double” – Michael has a new idea for a sitcom starring Stephanie as identical teenage twins and Dick as their widowed father.
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8.17 “Born to Be Mild” – George gets Dick to join his old gang just in time for a rumble with another local gang.
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8.18 “Daddy’s Little Girl” – Michael worries for the future when he realizes that baby Stephanie might grow up to be as spoiled as her mother.
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8.19 “Georgie and Grace” – George decides that it might be time to give up being a handyman in order to become a priest.
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8.20 “Handymania” – The town is abuzz with excitement when George creates a new board game based on, well, being a handyman.
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8.21 “Dick and Tim” – Dick is thrilled to join a local poker game with a special guest: Tim Conway. But he doesn’t realize until it’s too late what a tightwad Tim is.
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8.22 “Father Goose” – Michael is surprised to learn that his long-lost father is actually the host of a children’s television show.
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8.23 “My Husband, My Peasant” – Stephanie and Michael consider divorcing after baby Stephanie is “upstaged” by the baby of another yuppie couple.
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8.24 “The Last Newhart” – A Japanese businessman visits the Stratford and announces his intention to buy the town and turn it into a golf resort.

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