Season 1, Episode 19 April 13, 1997 Season 1, Episode 19 April 13, 1997 When the cat falls ill, Gary winds up at a veterinarian's office, where he befriends the doctor's globe-trotting mother Marion Ross. Guest stars: Pauley Perrette and Neil Flynn. Gary Hobson is startled to open his door one day to find a cat sitting on a newspaper, a newspaper that has a publishing date of the next day. Gary Hobson was a regular Chicago stockbroker. Chuck contends with keeping his brand-new sports car out of peril.
As Gary tries to save Earl's life when a building collapses on him, he reads that Cliff is going to succumb to a heart attack. Gary finds himself in a daily replay of the same 24 hours. He woke to find himself trapped in the past, facing mirror images that were not his own and driven by an unknown force to change history for the better. Wiggins May 23, 1998 While Marissa thinks her sight may be returning, Chuck stumbles upon a mob murder victim, subsequently becoming a target himself. When Gary refuses to prevent the next day's bad news, he winds up being forced to confront his own fate when he reads his obituary in the paper and must figure out what he's done wrong so he can save his life. Taub, Gina Wendkos April 12, 1997 Gary meets a who turns out to have some legitimate clairvoyant abilities.
The next morning, at 6:30 am, a mysterious yellow cat showed up at his front door with tomorrow's edition of the Chicago Sun-Times. From that day on his life was never the same. Guest stars: Hector Elizondo and Jayne Brook. However, things don't go as planned and Gary ends up imprisoned in a Naval Jail. Guest Stars: , Ron Dean, Neil Flynn, and Marc Vann. While they try to find something that might help on the 1963 picture of J.
Guest Stars: , , and Ron Dean. Meanwhile, a bank robbery endangers the life of his friend Marissa Clark. Season 1, Episode 17 March 8, 1997 Season 1, Episode 17 March 8, 1997 Gary's a juror in the trial of an ex-con Mike Starr who claims he's innocent. Levinson April 25, 1998 A convicted criminal wants to murder the prosecuting attorney from his court trial. Season 1, Episode 9 November 23, 1996 Season 1, Episode 9 November 23, 1996 A lovestruck Meredith Leslie Hope returns to Gary's life, and the two strike up a romance after she makes a promise not to sneak peeks at the paper. Gary can't help but wonder why the paper sent him on such an errand.
Guest stars: and Ron Dean. But a glimpse at the early edition causes Gary to learn something about the case he's prevented from acting on. Guest stars: Ron Dean, Andrew Rothenberg, and George Wallace. Season 2 The second season contains a total of 22 episodes which were originally broadcast in the United States from September 27, 1997 to May 23, 1998. Guest Stars: and Ron Dean. Sakmar, Kerry Lenhart April 19, 1997 Gary falls for an artist who is soon to be reunited with her old love. Gary is rattled by his inability to prevent the tragedy and questions his involvement with the paper.
Gary then goes to the courthouse to stop Hernandez; Hernandez gets away and Gary is arrested and brought to Ms. Season 1, Episode 7 November 9, 1996 Season 1, Episode 7 November 9, 1996 Two newspaper stories, one about an abandoned baby and one about a woman's suicide, lead Gary to a desperate teen Virginia Keehne. One day his wife dumped him and he was forced to move into a hotel room. Season 1, Episode 15 February 8, 1997 Season 1, Episode 15 February 8, 1997 Conclusion. Season 1, Episode 16 February 22, 1997 Season 1, Episode 16 February 22, 1997 Gary befriends a former cop Philip Bosco who believes he's Bat Masterson---and who's itching for a showdown with the man he thinks killed his partner. Torn between leaving Earl alone to die while he saves an ungrateful human being, Gary contemplates a decision that could ultimately tie the two men's lives together.
His only guide on this journey is Al, an observer from his own time, who appears in the form of a hologram that only Sam can see and hear. When the eyes are stollen from a cat mummy, a curse is released, causing everyone involved, including Marissa, to fall seriously ill. Season 1, Episode 6 November 2, 1996 Season 1, Episode 6 November 2, 1996 Gary jumps through hoops to convince a basketball star Sharrieff Pugh with a life-threatening condition to stay on the sidelines; Marissa's reunited with an old flame Michael Warren. Gary is jealous of their relationship and reads in the paper that Nick is going to propose to Erica. At he hospital, Gary meets a girl named Rachel, who is waiting for a compatible heart.
Guest stars: Rya Kihlstedt and Mike Vann. Roger Ebert has a cameo. In his cell there's a man who thinks he's Santa, and he convinces Chuck to escape from jail and steal a car to deliver the gifts. Season 4 The fourth and final season contains a total of 22 episodes which were originally broadcast in the United States from September 25, 1999 to May 27, 2000. Andy does bruise his shoulder during the incident, however, and Gary takes him to the hospital where Andy winds up falling in love with his physician, Dr.