Norm keeps using his ability to read men's minds until a static shock -- at the worst possible moment -- stops him.
An electric shock gives Norm the ability to read men's minds.
Norm works for an appliance dealer who runs a shady business.
Norm and Denby become best friends, then Denby suspects Norm's motives.
Norm and Laurie find themselves at odds on how to raise a Cuban orphan.
Norm and Laurie fake a love affair so that Norm can keep his health benefits.
Homeless Norm gains weight when he binges on junk food to deal with stress.
Laurie is kind enough to let Norm move in after he is evicted from his apartment.
Norm and Denby battle over puppies on "Judge Mills Lane."
When Norm discovers that Danny and Shelly are dating, he asks out Taylor.
Norm finds out Shelly's new love interest is Danny; Laurie helps Denby with a dance routine to impress his nemesis at a banquet.
Denby quits when Mr. Sweeney fails to reprimand Norm for installing a camera in Denby's bathroom.
Laurie invites Norm's father to visit so that Norm can work out childhood issues.
The office staff attends a series of therapy sessions.
Denby and Norm enroll in social-work classes.
Norm (Norm Macdonald) and the gang care for a group of children who were removed from their foster home. Guest star: Kyle Sabihy.
Shelly grows more attracted to Norm after defeating him in tennis.
Norm dates an older woman, while Laurie and Dale decide to move in together; Danny researches his family tree.
Laurie dates a much younger man, so Norm competes by dating a younger woman.
While trying to romance Rebecca, Norm discovers his dream woman is a lesbian.
Norm decides to dress as a firefighter to impress Shelly at a Halloween costume party.
Norm attempts to bond with a group of juvenile delinquents.
Taylor has doubts about her relationship with Danny; the landlady issues Norm an ultimatum.
The gang tries to figure out who has a secret crush on Norm; Shelly moves back into town.
Mr. Denby takes control of the office and demands respect from Norm and the gang.
A personal crisis affects Laurie's outlook as a social worker; Danny grows jealous of Taylor's handsome friend.
Fitz seeks revenge on Norm for ruining his wedding to Jenny.
Each member of the gang is forced to confront his or her greatest fear. Guest stars: Kevin Nealon, Pat Millicano and Lynn A. Henderson. With Norm Macdonald.
Norm's antics place Jenny's wedding in jeopardy.
Kevin offers Norm a chance to return to hockey in exchange for vowing never to see Jenny again.
Laurie sets up Norm with a friend who recently broke up with a millionaire.
Norm gets a job as a driver for an escort service; Artie sells women's cosmetics.
Norm tries to ignore the sexual advances of Laurie's twin sister.
Norm and Laurie differ over the value of Christmas.
Norm persuades Danny to fund a kid's boxing training.
Norm competes with his boss for the affections of the same woman.
As his gambling addiction worsens, Norm must choose between a high-stakes bet and his relationship with Artie.
Norm (Norm Macdonald) relapses after his breakup with Shelly and begins gambling again, breaking his probation terms. Guest stars: Drew Carey, Ryan Stiles, Diedrich Bader, Faith Ford and Cindy Williams.
Norm accidentally tells Shelley he loves her. Laurie's campaign video is inappropriately shown right after the news of Councilman Krantz's death.
Laurie decides to campaign against Councilman Krantz (Michael Gross).
Norm's gambling habit may threaten his chances with Shelly; Laurie joins a video dating service; guest Lou Rawls.
Norm faces his greatest fear when Danny's father dies; Danny learns the secret of his father's double life.
Norm's (Norm Macdonald) life is filled with chaos when his half brother (guest star Artie Lange) makes surprise visit.
Norm hires out his dachshund as a stud in order to pay for an expensive Hank Aaron baseball card.
Norm begs Laurie to help set him up with the new probation officer (Faith Ford).
Norm asks his former coach to help him train for a charity game.
Hoping to redeem himself, Norm takes on a high-profile case; guest Abe Vigoda.
Laurie must learn to drive so she can keep funds for a Meals for the Homeless van.
Norm tries to convince Denby's son to follow his dreams; Molly finds her job depressing.
Mr. Denby, the new boss, becomes Norm's best friend and Laurie's worst nightmare.
Norm goes drinking with a client and wakes up in rehab. He finds out that if he's an alcoholic he has less work to do, so he fakes being an alcoholic.
Laurie seeks comfort from Norm when she can't fall asleep with her new boyfriend.
Danny's father (Jack Warden) visits but pays more attention to Norm than to his son.
Norm inadvertently dates one of Laurie's clients; a smelly client has a water phobia.
Ex-hockey player (Norm Macdonald) becomes a social worker; with Laurie Metcalf.