Lawyer Pete Gilbert is determined to lose himself in the eighteenth century, despite the entreaties of his partner Mark Hendricks; and young Amy Marson, rendered mute by her mother's death, wants to find out if she was responsible.
Picky Alan Blair seeks the perfect woman and meets Aphrodite; and stern psychologist Melanie Griffin wants to understand what attracts women to bad men, in hopes of rescuing her younger sister Jennifer from the clutches of a creep.
Unemployed actor David Farley gets to reprise his signature role of Jungle Man. Acclaimed ventriloquist Mary Ann Carlin is afraid that her marionette Valerie has taken over some of her personality traits.
Widowed businessman Morris Binstock wants to become his estranged son Barney's favorite comic-book superhero Eagle Man to get the boy's attention. Journalism student Rochelle Mackenzie seeks out the story that will make her career.
Mandy Breem sold her soul to the Devil to save her husband Phillip's life and now needs Roarke's help in saving her own; and Tattoo makes Fred Catlett a millionaire for the weekend, only to put the man's life in danger.
Minnesota farm girl Charlotte Johnson wants to be a champion figure skater; Jeremy Hale suspects that his brother, a concert pianist, was murdered and wants to find out how and by whom; and divorcing Mr. and Mrs. Burnstein agree to a race to decide the final settlement of their joint property.
Film star Kim Holland wants a weekend of anonymity; stuffy lawyer Gordon Hughes traces his roots and is disillusioned; and Lorna Hendricks needs help in finding out why her daughter Stephanie is acting so oddly.
A woman writing a book about the Whitechapel murders goes back to 1888 London to get the final proof she needs, only to place dozens of people in great danger; and a man with no self-confidence around women asks to become a gigolo.
Harriet Winkler wants the power to become invisible to be sure her fiancé Denny Palumbo is being faithful; and circus popcorn vendor Ned Pringle joins a trapeze-artist troupe to get closer to Velda Ferini, the girl he loves.
Singer Susan Lohman wants to meet Edmund Dumont, the composer whose songs made her famous; and Alan Colshaw needs to convince three former friends that he didn't abandon them after a plane crash the previous year.