On Christmas Eve, Jonathan allows three powerful people to foresee the consequences of their actions.
Thinking Jonathan has turned into a dog, Mark embarks alone to unite a young runaway with his family.
After years of taking care of a disabled brother, a man yearns to start a life for himself. With Michael Landon and Victor French.
Jonathan arranges for a former beauty (Priscilla Barnes), scarred in a fire, to volunteer at a camp for the blind.
Private detectives Mark and Jonathan help a Vietnamese couple locate sons adopted and raised by an American family.
Jonathan and Mark (Michael Landon, Victor French) help students protest the mandatory retirement of a favorite teacher (Lew Ayres).
Jonathan and Mark encourage a disabled Vietnam veteran to work for an organization that helps disabled people.
Jonathan (Michael Landon) helps ambitious students learn responsible newspaper reporting. With Victor French.
At Mark's high-school reunion, Jonathan helps a prom queen and a film star deal with faded glory.
A church council rules all teachers in a parochial school must follow and teach Christianity; guest Mimi Kuzyk.
An adopted boy meets his biological mother who is a Vietnam veteran suffering from traumatic flashbacks of the war.
A former Vietnam nurse suffers from post-traumatic stress disorder; a teenage boy learns he's adopted.
Jonathan and Mark help a mayoral candidate whose opponent wages a dirty campaign; guests David Spielberg, Ken Kercheval.
Jonathan intermediates for a football coach whose win-at-all-costs attitude has alienated his son (Chad Allen).
Mistakenly reincarnated, a tycoon (Bill Macy) tries to end his son's middle-class marriage; guest Bob Hope.
Jonathan and Mark convince teenage Lee to lobby in the state senate for broader environmental protection.
Mark (Victor French) helps raise money for an aspiring marine biologist's cancer surgery. With Michael Landon.
Jonathan and Mark (Michael Landon, Victor French) help a former dancer (Mokihana) overcome her bitterness at being disabled.
Jonathan gives a famous journalist, jailed in South America, the opportunity to enter his wife's dream.
Jonathan, now mortal, has trouble finding a job, and Jennifer doesn't share his wish for a long-term relationship.
Jonathan must deal with the anger and frustration of losing his supernatural powers after he rejects an assignment from God.
Mark's friendship with a former police partner is threatened when the officer asks him to lie about a racist crime.
A zealous district attorney tries for a felony conviction of a vagrant accused of stealing a bottle of wine.
A country doctor's (Roscoe Lee Browne) dedication to his community's medical needs nearly ruins him physically and financially. With Renee Jones.
Jonathan (Michael Landon) tries to persuade an unmarried schoolteacher (Doreen Lang) to adopt four orphaned brothers.
Santa Claus goes on trial for protesting a department store's promotion of toy weapons during Christmas.
Posing as police drug-counselors, Jonathan and Mark meet with faculty resistance where a student died of an overdose.
An aging rancher (Richard Farnsworth) feels helpless to prevent the killing of wild horses.
Jonathan and Mark clash with a warden over reforms that would unite female inmates with their children.
A counselor (Tom Sullivan) at a camp for the blind enlists Jonathan to prevent the suicide of a man losing his sight.
Jonathan (Michael Landon) helps a boy (Garrette Patrick Ratliff) who escapes into a fantasy world following the tragic death of his father.
A vaudevillian (Donald O'Connor) gets a second chance at success and reconciliation with his egotistic son.
Jonathan, dressed as a werewolf, comes to the rescue when drunken teenagers harass a young trick-or-treater.
Jonathan and Mark (Michael Landon, Victor French) help a black family relocate to an exclusive neighborhood. With Janice Kent and Gabriel Damon.
A young prizefighter (Michael Shaner) puts his career on the line and learns the unsavory truth about his manager-brother. With Michael Landon and Victor French.
After experiencing a devastating blow to their plans to have a family, Paul and Michele realize the child they want is already in their lives.
A lost dog becomes the link between an orphan (Danny Pintauro) and a married couple (Stan Ivar, Laurie Walters) who are unable to have children.
A businessman's dirty dealings get him "killed," but Jonathan and Mark arrange a second chance at life for him.
Jonathan and Mark (Michael Landon, Victor French) help a lonely writer (guest star Didi Conn) meet a secret agent (guest star Warwick Sims) murdered in 1968.
A reckless young man (guest star Pat O'Bryan) and an unmarried, pregnant teenager (guest star Lori Griffin) learn a lesson about love and responsibility.
Parents (Anne Jackson, Eli Wallach) of a comatose boy try to comfort their daughter, who feels responsible.
A TV anchorman's (Robert Culp) cocaine addiction prompts his concerned son to turn him in to the police.
A disabled Vietnam War hero (James Stacy) takes drastic steps to get money for dental work. With Anne Curry and Daniel Ziskie.
Controversy and misunderstanding split a neighborhood when a halfway house for mental patients opens.
Fearing success may end Jonathan's stay on Earth, Mark hampers efforts to reconcile a mother and daughter.
Jonathan and Mark (Michael Landon, Victor French), posing as high-school teachers, help a diverse group of students deal with the trauma of the upcoming senior prom. Guest stars: Lisa LaMont and J. Eddie Peck.
After suffering a heart attack, a blind pianist turns to Mark and Jonathan to help him start a new life.
Jonathan and Mark decide to help a homeless street performer (Dick Van Dyke) who has done many good deeds.
A small-time crook finds a briefcase containing $1 million and then needs help fending off the two hoods who "lost" the money.
Jonathan, Mark and a weary New York columnist (Richard Mulligan) share a cab and seek the spirit of Christmas.
Mark and Jonathan (Victor French, Michael Landon) become the target of con artists after Mark wins $5 million. Guest stars: Roy Thinnes and Shannon Tweed.
A U.S. senator (Eddie Albert) opposes Jonathan and Mark's efforts to pass legislation to save a little girl's life.
Jonathan and Mark cause a dying tycoon and his only son to come to know each other; guest Lee H. Montgomery.
Jonathan and Mark help a 12-year-old genius adjust to college and an abusive roommate.
Jonathan and Mark maneuver to keep a bride and groom on the way to the altar.
Jonathan and Mark (Michael Landon, Victor French) pose as recreation directors to help an angel (guest star John McLiam) on a difficult assignment.
Two orphans face coldheartedness when they ask their favorite children's TV host (Ned Beatty) to adopt them.
The father (Ernest Borgnine) of a dead veteran rebels when his son's Vietnamese family tries to immigrate.
A clever dog seeks help when his owners are in a serious accident. With Michael Landon and Victor French.
Jonathan and Mark (Michael Landon, Victor French) help a young couple (guest stars James Troesh, Margie Impert) adopt a mentally challenged boy (guest star Paul Walker).
Jonathan and Mark encourage a mentally challenged boy (Paul Walker) to compete in the Special Olympics.
As teachers, Jonathan and Mark motivate an overweight outcast (Judy Carmen) and unscholarly athlete (Darren Dalton).
A TV reporter accuses the operator of a home for unwed mothers of misappropriating funds; guests Bibi Besch, Jean Sagal.
Jonathan and Mark help an aging novelist rediscover his writing talent by reliving a beautiful teenage romance.
A concentration-camp survivor (Herschel Bernardi) needing a heart transplant learns the donor was a neo-Nazi terrorist.
Jonathan tries to reunite a Soviet emigre and her long-lost son; guests Nehemiah Persoff, Liam Sullivan.
When Mark blames himself for a girl's death, Jonathan gives him special powers to undo past actions.
Jonathan and Mark (Michael Landon, Victor French) help the father of a deceased Vietnam veteran honor his son in a memorial service. Guest star: Eli Wallach.
Jonathan and Mark attempt to help a misguided angel who has been trying to earn his wings for 200 years.
Jonathan (Michael Landon) courts an elderly woman who was his wife when he was mortal. Guest star: Dorothy McGuire.
Jonathan's powers reverse the roles of chauvinistic Mark and a beautiful movie star (Anne-Marie Martin).
To help a UFO watcher keep custody of his grandson, Jonathan and Mark convince the boy they are aliens.
Jonathan places a homeless, mentally impaired teen with a wealthy, but troubled, family.
Football-gear managers Jonathan and Mark discover a star player's injury has resulted in drug dependency.
Scotty faces prejudice when he defends a disfigured artist on an assault charge. With Michael Landon and Victor French.
Jonathan plays matchmaker for a lonely blind woman and a reclusive sculptor, labeled a monster by townspeople.
Mark is caught in the middle of a family crisis when a friend's teenage daughter learns she is adopted.
An actor (Lorne Greene) believes he saw God sitting in the third row, next to Jonathan; guest David Spielberg.
When Jonathan is called away, Mark visits his former partner and uncovers a family secret; guest Shannen Doherty.
Jonathan (Michael Landon) alerts the citizens of a small coastal town to the pollution dangers of a nearby factory. With Victor French.
Jonathan (Michael Landon) enlists the help of a con man when Mark (Victor French) is tricked into selling his soul to Satan.
Jonathan performs a miracle for the hard-working daughter of a struggling theatrical agent; guests Bill Macy, Alice Ghostley.
Guilt plagues a policeman who shot a teenager brandishing an empty gun.
While most of the campers find contentment, Jonathan encourages Jason's reluctant father to join in.
As counselors at a camp for youths with cancer, Jonathan and Mark help a teenage ex-athlete.
Learning she has cancer, Lizzy (Helen Hunt) tells Garth (John Hammond) their elopement was a mistake.
Jonathan and Mark play Cupid for a rancher's son (John Hammond) and a horse trainer's daughter (Helen Hunt).
A widower (Lew Ayres) pines away in a rest home, until his grandson and Jonathan give him jogging shoes.
A widow (Eileen Heckart) will lose her home to corporate developers unless neighbors will help.
An 11-year-old actress (Carrie Wells) manipulates parents and co-workers; guest Trish Van Devere.
Jonathan arranges an exchange between a pitiless millionaire and a kind vagrant (Ned Beatty in a dual role).
Jonathan's guidance helps the romance of a quadriplegic lawyer (James Troesh) and Mark's cousin (Margie Impert).
A dying woman tries to reconcile with her stern father (William Windom) for the sake of her illegitimate daughter.
A college basketball star (Glenn Michael Jones) must face his illiteracy when a heart condition denies him a scholarship.
Jonathan and Mark journey back in time to save Mark's grandfather's (John McLiam) farm from repossession.
Jonathan cannot reunite a couple because he has fallen for the woman (Robin Dearden).
Investigating a friend's death, Mark encounters drug smugglers; guests Michael Bowen, Lee Bryant.
Car salesman Honest Eddy (Geoffrey Lewis) plans an expansion, which threatens a local orphanage at Christmas.
Mark and Jonathan work as hotel bellhops to help a millionaire's son (Brian Kerwin) find meaning in his life.
A Vietnam veteran causes problems when he brings home his Amerasian daughter. With Michael Landon and Victor French.
On a film set, Jonathan meets another angel (Al Ruscio), and Mark falls for an actress (Stella Stevens).
An actor (Daniel Davis) hires Jonathan and Mark to look after his estranged children (Bobby Jacoby, Emily Moultrie).
A greedy son (Jonathan Frakes) wants to institutionalize his eccentric father (Ron Moody), a construction tycoon.
A high-school student who lost his legs in an accident regains his will to live. With Michael Landon and Victor French.
A high-school student almost gives up on life after losing both legs in a motorcycle accident. With Michael Landon and Victor French.
A country singer's arrival in a Western town inspires a man to let his daughter pursue music; guest Ronee Blakely.
Old-time actors have a showdown with a street gang that is terrorizing a Hollywood neighborhood. With Michael Landon and Victor French.
Jonathan counsels a young runaway (Tony La Torre) and a widow (Carrie Snodgress) with a terminally ill son (Barret Oliver).
Jonathan reveals his angelic origins, then must save the senior-citizens home from developers.
Drifter Jonathan Smith takes a job as a handyman at a senior-citizens home; guest Helen Hayes.