Gender bending abounds with the annual Conner fright-fest that finds Roseanne in drag and Dan worrying about DJ dressing up as a witch.
Now living in the big city, Buffy helps a woman whose boyfriend has mysteriously disappeared, while back in Sunnydale her friends battle the forces of evil on their own.
Superman's real identity is in danger of being exposed by a diary written by a man from the future. Clark finally asks Lois to marry him, but the question she asks is even bigger.
While Jamie and Fran prepare to meet with an important new client, Paul packs for a trip to the Yukon to film a dogsled race. With too little room in his suitcase, his passport in their safe deposit box and Lisa having borrowed the gloves he wanted to take, Paul begins to worry about getting there at all. Offering to help get everything together on time, Jamie assures him that everything will be fine. However, when Lisa shows up after blowing a job interview and without the gloves, Jamie loses her cool and sends her sister packing. Yet, in the confusion, Lisa leaves with Jamie's purse, Paul's passport and the money for his trip. Left only with the contents of Lisa's purse to go on, Paul insists that Jamie find her sister so he can make his plane. After taking the subway to her uptown apartment, Jamie finds Lisa's appointment book that indicates that she's downtown for an appointment with her analyst. But when they try to sneak back through the subway turnstile without paying, the Buchmans are caught by the police and escorted to the street. At the therapist's office, only after interrupting a session with another patient do Paul and Jamie learn that Lisa has gone to replace the missing gloves. As Paul and Jamie pursue her in the rain, Lisa arrives at the store where, after getting the gloves, she falls into a job interview. And, thanks to the contents of Jamie's purse, she impresses the manager enough to be hired on the spot. In the confusion Paul and Jamie just miss seeing Lisa. With little time left before the flight to Canada, Jamie insists on picking up Fran's car and heading to the airport. However, when a disheveled and disorganized Jamie bursts in on the meeting with their new client, Fran is appalled. Finally, while Lisa arrives at the airport to meet them before the flight, she cannot keep Paul from mistaking her stun gun for an electric razor.
Things get increasingly more interesting for this group of lawyers. Despite his advanced age and a questionable mental state, Raymond Oz represents himself during his own trial for murder.
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