Woody, Grandpa and Luke watch a car drive by. COMMERCIAL: “Look, here’s the lawn mower, as long as I’m up…”
A real estate developer passes through, and thinks the Crossroads would be a perfect place to build something. COMMERCIAL: The Announcer needs a cup of coffee.
- Woody’s Socks Don’t Match
Helen is off shopping, and Woody can’t find anything. COMMERCIAL: Collins’ Best Tea.
Woody and Grandpa stroll over to Mary’s Diner for a sandwich. What was that waitress’ name again…? COMMERCIAL: Mary Turner testimonial.
Helen Woodrow and Mary Turner talk about the boys while they’re gone. COMMERCIAL: Collins’ Best Coffee Pot.
Woody complains about the food at the diner. COMMERCIAL: “It perks you — UP! And kills bugs — DEAD!”
Luke imagines the Crossroads in Space. COMMERCIAL: Collins’ Best Instant.
The archetypical episode. It takes a lot of nerve to use jokes this old. COMMERCIAL: Husband and Wife for Collins’ Best Cocoa.
Mary needs a costume, and Luke needs a rest. COMMERIAL: Collins’ Best improves office productivity, too!
- Whole Lotto Shaking Going On
Lottery fever hits the Crossroads. COMMERCIAL: Ezekiel Collins testimonial.
- A Bumpers Crossroads Christmas (Rose’s Fruitcake) (by Daniel Kiernan)
Woody deals with more than one fruitcake. COMMERCIAL: Santa Claus testimonial.
- Mow Better Blues (by Terry Sanders)
Luke considers joining the Yard-of-the-Month Club and entering their local competition. COMMERCIAL: …other, more motivational, uses for Collins’ Best Coffee.
Grandpa finds his late wife’s diary, but he’s afraid to read it. COMMERICAL (by Ron Butler): Collins’ Best Laundry Detergent.
A tour bus driver chooses Mary’s Diner. COMMERCIAL: Coffee pots exploding all over the office.
Luke bangs his head. COMMERCIAL: Fiona loses a day of work, thanks to Collins’ Best Cocoa.
There’s not enough time for the show because of the… COMMERCIAL: Ezekiel Collins vs the Announcer.
- Luke’s Correspondence Course (a Coffeehouse intro) (by Daniel Kiernan)
The gang learns how to put on a radio show. (About time, I guess.) No commercial.
- Love At The Crossroads (by Daniel Kiernan)
Girl talk about Woody and Helen’s courtship. COMMERCIAL (by Daniel Taylor): “Unresolved Mysteries” explores the secret of Collins’ Best Coffee.
- Faint Reception (Croon 1)
Grandpa Croon calls out Grandpa Bumper. COMMERCIAL: Collins’ Board Meeting.
It’s Grandpa vs Grandpa, with Woody and Luke to the rescue. COMMERCIAL: Collins Moments 1. “Well, dear, at least the air bag worked.”
- Know Your Limitations (Mason 1)
George Mason needs another mechanic. COMMERCIAL: “Uncle” Jimmy Piper testimonial.
- One Of The Guys (Mason 2)
Does George know that there’s something… different about the new mechanic? COMMERCIAL: Ezekiel Collins vs Jimmy Piper.
- The Crying Bump (Mason 3)
The truth comes out. Does it matter? It does to Luke. COMMERCIAL: Collins Moments 2. “We’re going to give you to the count of three…”
The Easter egg hunt is a week late. So is Luke. COMMERCIAL: Helen Woodrow vs Jimmy Piper.
- The Stray Dog (by Linda Young)
He really needs a home, but both Woody and Helen know how much the other one dislikes dogs…
- The New Toy (by Jeff Baskin)
Who can resist a fire engine? Well, Woody can… COMMERCIAL: Do vampires drink coffee?
- Special Report (by Clair W Kiernan)
The program is pre-empted.
- Bradbury’s Funeral Home (by Ron N. Butler)
Helen says goodbye to an old friend. [No commercial.]