A defiant Gomez jousts with Death on a tightrope over a fiery pit.
Gomez and cousin Ramon engage in dangerous competition with each other.
Gomez daydreams about being a pirate while reading the diary of Long John Addams.
Fester poses as King Lester of Colytonia until an assassination plot against the monarch can be foiled.
The family contacts their insurance agent when Fester accidentally obliterates the stuffed bear in the foyer.
A movie director films his newest picture at the Addams' mansion.
Fester becomes a corporate tycoon using his demolition techniques.
The McAddams family stops by to bury the hatchet with the Addams family.
Fester and Gomez order Simon, a robotic butler, to help Lurch.
Granny summons the ghost of her brother Jester, a practical joker.
Morticia enters her carnivorous plant into a flower show, and it devours the competition.
When Fester counsels an engaged couple, he ends up in a duel with the prospective groom.
A concert hall director convinces Fester to trade Lurch's valuable piano for an electric organ.
An FBI agent infiltrates the Addams family after Fester orders explosives for Morticia's surprise party.
The Addamses learn that their house is scheduled to be torn down to make way for a new highway.
Lurch pretends to be a millionaire while Morticia and Gomez pose as his servants in order to fool a lady friend.
Morticia (Ellie Harvie) writes a play for the children after they get expelled from the school production.
When Cousin Itt starts to lose his hair, he consults a hair loss clinic for men. With Glenn Taranto, Ellie Harvie.
When Fester falls in love with TV's Judge Debbie, he bombs the neighbor's house, hoping they'll bring suit.
A Texas businessman hires Cousin Catastrophia as a demolition expert after seeing her perform at a dinner theater.
Fester decides to join the global mercenaries after feeling unwanted by the rest of the family.
Fester (Michael Roberds) sets Lurch (John DeSantis) up with the neighbor's housekeeper Elsa, but she falls for Fester instead.
When Pugsley adopts a horse that follows him home, the rightful owners turn up to claim their thoroughbred.
Fester (Michael Roberds) and Granny think they turned Pugsley into a monkey with their "spell-of-the-month.".
Gomez and Morticia send Pugsley and Wednesday to a military academy after they are expelled from school.
Fester, Granny and Grandpapa Addams compete for the children's affection.
Morticia and Gomez send a song by Lurch to a sleazy record producer, who then books him on a tour.
When the mayor promises to drain the swamp and add more streetlights, an outraged Gomez runs for mayor.
Wednesday and Pugsley suffer from neglect when Morticia takes up sculpting, becoming both smart and popular in school.
When the Addams family takes in a young motorcyclist wearing goth apparel, Wednesday develops a crush on him.
Since Gomez lost his memory from a knock on the noggin, the family assumes another will restore it.
Space aliens insinuate themselves into the Addams home by disguising themselves as Greg and Marsha Brady.
Moriticia pursues her dream of becoming an interior decorator.
Morticia's cousin, Lady Pretensia and Lady Fingers visit the Addams family.
Gomez's Latin blood boils when Morticia's former suitor visits.
When Uncle Fester's electrical output drops, his relatives don't know whether to call an electrician or a doctor.
A series of burglaries in the neighborhood leads to suspicions among the family.
Gomez (Glenn Taranto) is convinced to change his lifestyle after the family's insurance policy is canceled.
Uncle Fester dons a Santa suit and gets trapped in a mall playing St. Nicholas to hundreds of children.
Morticia discovers that the daughter of Gomez's Spanish friend has been betrothed to Gomez since childhood.
Morticia scrambles for money; meanwhile, Gomez buys Nerififi's tomb.
A visiting circus gorilla upsets Morticia's Ladies League meeting.
Gomez must retrieve Pugsley's tiger-head clock from a charity auction.
The Addamses think that Cousin Melancholia's new fiance is planning to steal her fortune. With Ellie Harvie and Glenn Taranto.
Morticia and Gomez (Ellie Harvie, Glenn Taranto) seek a psychiatrist's aid when Pugsley (Brody Smith) wants to join the Boy Scouts.
Gomez hires a dance instructor to prepare Lurch for the annual butlers ball.
Uncle Fester panics when his prison pen pal visits because he's described himself as looking like actor George Clooney.
Fester reads that happy couples should fight and tries to create conflict between Morticia and Gomez.
Success goes to Cousin Itt's head after he gets a role in a play.
Wednesday decides to run away from home after being grounded for releasing baby alligators in the sewers.
Wednesday and Pugsley enjoy a tale about how their parents met for the first time.
Uncle Fester (Michael Roberds) hires a personal trainer to help him get in shape for a visit from a female friend.
Gomez hires a hapless private investigator to help find Thing.
Gomez (Glenn Taranto) mistakes a pizza deliveryman for a famous Italian artist hired to teach Wednesday (Nicole Marie Fugere).
Gomez gets Cousin Itt a job at the zoo, but the parks commissioner puts him on display as a rare animal.
A neighbor's boast prompts Gomez (Glenn Taranto) to hire a genealogist to trace the Addams family's history. With Ellie Harvie.
Morticia matches jilted Melancholia with a very reluctant bachelor.
Pugsley develops a crush on his teacher and gives her love letters that Gomez once wrote to Morticia.
Grandpapa Addams fears being sent to an old age home and pretends to act 50 years younger. Guest star: John Astin.
New next-door neighbors are desperate to break their lease after meeting the spooky Addams clan. With Glenn Taranto.
The family helps Fester put together a videotape to send to a woman he spotted in a dating service's catalog.
Truant officers have second thoughts about Wednesday and Pugsley.
Gomez (Glenn Taranto) feels threatened when his cousin tries to rekindle a romance with his old flame, Morticia (Ellie Harvie).
Morticia and Gomez mistake burglars for trick-or-treaters on Halloween; Wednesday and Pugsley dress up as movie critics.