Frustrated Francis quits his job at the Halfway House.
A teenage derelict is actually a former child TV-star.
A boy wants custody of his brother and sister.
Maggie supports the theft of rabbits from a lab.
A Halfway House resident is accused of theft.
Kate's old beau returns from Thailand and proposes.
Kate cuts red tape to get a client into a group home.
Kate helps a young motorcyclist who has dyslexia.
Kate tries to help a family who can't afford housing.
Kate helps teen spouses; a time capsule is prepared.
Webster is mugged; audition results surprise Kate.
Kate fights bigotry; Mike backs a pageant entrant.
Rosanna is jealous of the time Mike gives to clients.
Kate counsels a two-fisted hockey player.
A girl conceals anorexia; Mike secretly makes dresses.
A devious man offers to raise funds for the center.
Kate is asked to do a TV talk-show for teens.
Kate attempts to help her recently widowed sister.
Mike and Webster make jokes about a man Kate likes.
Kate's father gives her someone else's teddy bear.
Kate receives three unusual gifts from a dying client.
Kate calls in help to communicate with a deaf boy.
Rosanna's father won't put Mike in the family portrait.
Webster reunites with her old singing group.
Rosanna tries to discover why she dislikes her mother.
Kate steps in to reconcile Mike and Rosanna.
Mike's grandmother dies after being put in a nursing home.
Kate helps a friend plan a Sweet Sixteen party.
Webster thinks it's time Kate has a baby.
Kate tries to reunite a social worker and her beau.
Kate learns Mike will not get a job he wanted.
Rosanna gets a job that requires a lot of traveling.
The center provides help for latchkey children.
Kate's mother fills in during Webster's absence.
Mike has second thoughts about getting married.
Webster decides the Blue Jays baseball team needs help.
Kate meets a man forbidden to see his grandson.
Kate's father proposes to her friend Elaine.
Mike is reluctant to have his sick dog put to sleep.
Kate sees a friend's daughter with an older man.
Kate learns a boy's father has a secret second family.
Kate is offered a job as host of a radio teen-hotline.
Mike decides to leave and work in Africa.
Mike wants to be Kate's temporary radio replacement.
Kate tries to help a client find a home for her baby.
Mike's client hates her father's girlfriend -- Kate.
A giveaway during Birth Control Week doesn't go well.
A woman must tell her husband about a secret daughter.
Kate agrees to help a couple's party-planning business.
Kate asks a homeless client to stay at her apartment.
A girl fears nuclear war; Webster wants to sky-dive.
Kate's cousin, a successful author, neglects his son.
One of Kate's groups wants to promote a "peace pill."
Mike is a reluctant hero after saving a mugging victim.
A girl steals to get attention from her mother.
Mike's clients program a computer for social work.
A girl takes a job as a stripper.
Mike deals with a free-spirited family.
A boy seeks Kate's advice after cheating on his girl.
Mike encourages a boy to stand up for his rights.
Mike is forced to reconsider his views on marijuana.
A teenage girl tells Kate that her teacher upset her.
A girl must leave a group home for her real home.
Kate's help almost gets a Jamaican family deported.
Mike's sister wants to vacation with her boyfriend.
A horror-movie addict is afraid of everything.
Kate counsels a romantic girl about marriage realities.
An imaginative client thinks her father is a vampire.
A newly rich father wants custody of his children.
Peter works constantly in order to avoid his problems.
Kate learns a secret about a soon-to-be-wed client.
A boyfriend threatens suicide if a girl leaves him.
Kate agrees to chaperon dance competitors in New York.
Kate is co-host for a radio hotline show.
A teenage filmmaker is afraid to display his work.
A girl emulates her hockey-star father to win his love.
A boy tries to find out what is wrong with his mother.
A girl wants to leave home to be with her boyfriend.
A family man is unemployed for the first time.
A father reads his daughter's diary.
Parents oppose an interracial friendship.
A boy is caught amid his parents and their new spouses.
Mike counsels a boy who is abusive to his mother.
A pregnant girl is torn; a clown embarrasses his son.
Kate helps a girl accept her divorced mother's lover.
A girl's parents are swingers; a boy assaults Mike.
Kate prepares for her high-school reunion.
A photographer tries to molest a child model.
A car causes trouble; Webster's husband attends school.
A boy tries to be a man for his widowed mother.
Kate counsels the family of a teenage alcoholic.
Kate helps a girl whose visiting mother plans to stay.
Mike becomes a newspaper's Beefcake Boy.
Kate helps build a girl's self-esteem before a date.
A 15-year-old boy is dating his 26-year-old teacher.
A girl thinks her mother is cheating; a boy's pal dies.
A girl is tired of moving; Mike helps a mother and son.
Mother and daughter argue; a boy thinks he is inferior.
A boy wants his mentally impaired brother removed from school.
Parents think that their daughter is stupid.
Kate helps a girl cope with her mother's cancer.
A client wants Kate to save his parents' marriage.
A boy feels he is the victim of racial prejudice.
Mike counsels a boy neglected by his rich father.
An adopted girl wants to find her natural parents.
A Hare Krishna wants his father to accept his choice.
A boy is convinced that he caused his parents' divorce.
A gorgeous girl unsettles Mike's composure.
Kate helps a single mother; Mike's client may have VD.
Kate tries to reconcile a bright girl and her mother.
Kate helps a boy deal with his alcoholic father.