It's a Christmas to remember when Martin sings in a church pageant, Niles gets stuck in an elevator, and Frasier spills the beans about Roz's pregnancy to her unsuspecting mother.
The line between the living and the dead blurs on Halloween. Two of the house’s previous residents give the Harmons decorating advice.
When Angie becomes concerned about being less attractive as she gets older, George realizes that gorgeous Veronica is stealing everyone's attention from Angie. Before taking the family to an office costume party, he asks Veronica to tone down her sex appeal. But Angie takes the event as a challenge and wears her own special version of a nurse's outfit. Meanwhile, Benny drives a group of senior citizens as part of her community service.
Burt becomes obsessed with gambling when he believes he can reclaim all the items he lost when he bet away all the Chance’s belongings nearly 20 years ago. Worried about his bad habit reemerging, Virginia and Jimmy try to intervene but soon get swept up in the betting frenzy and develop their own gambling habit. But their luck begins to run out when they miss Shelley’s staged play written by Sabrina and starring Hope as the lead.
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