Matt and Jenny seek militant survivalists in the woods, but get lost instead; guest Ron Masak.
A crafty consumer reporter (Dick Gautier) after Frank's job does a favor for Jenny and expects her gratitude.
A man with a bomb strapped to him demands air time to spread his yuletide message of world peace.
Matt falls again for an old college flame (Christine Belford) and ends up proposing marriage.
Love notes from a mysterious fan send frightened Valerie to stay with Jenny, adding grist to Pauline's rumor mill.
Jenny decides to do a story on a psychic (Marge Redmond) who, Matt believes, is a charlatan.
In a rut, Matt decides to chuck it all and become a field correspondent in Central America.
Matt goes to jail for refusing to reveal his source in an investigation of a doctor accused of malpractice.
Matt and Jenny see an elderly neighbor digging a grave-sized hole, then realize the woman's husband has vanished.
Guilt-ridden Jenny thinks her interview with a distraught woman (Christine Kellogg) caused the woman's arrest for murder.
A bank robber, who reacts badly to being called "Tubby," offers to surrender if Jenny will listen to his story.
Jenny complains about a double-standard for women on her job, then displays the same attitude toward Susan.
Matt must rescue Jenny from complications resulting from her undercover probe of prostitution; guest Joel Brooks.
Matt and Jenny must share accommodations when a fierce storm they are covering strands them in Gloucester.
Jenny's politically ambitious ex-husband (Jim McKrell) wants custody of Susan to strengthen his family-man image.
Jenny's determined probe of gambling and prostitution in a posh community puts her at odds with Matt; guest Jean Smart.
Matt's old pal (Jed Allan), a dashing Paris-based writer, sweeps Jenny up in a whirlwind romance.