The plaintiff says she got pregnant after a one-night stand with the defendant, and insists he is her child’s father, but the defendant has doubts, so she has petitioned the court for a DNA test and is suing for daycare expenses.
Ezell claims Laticia is a mean drunk and refuses to clean up, while Laticia feels that she's not being taken care of in a way she's grown accustomed to. Judge Lynn Toler tries to help this couple rekindle their flame.
Hot Bench Police Apologize for Arresting Black Mother and Daughter?!
Nine police cars an da K-9 unit arrive when a car's reported stolen.
Hot Bench Landlord gets Schooled/ Three-Car Pile-Up Insult
Landlord sues for damages; Fender benders and insults.
The plaintiff dated the defendant for over eight years and claims he became physically abusive and vandalized her property. The defendant says it was the plaintiff who was violent and aggressive and threatened him with a knife in front of his children.
On Halloween, Mike and Chuck decide to spend the evening watching football instead of passing out candy with their wives. But when Vanessa and Carol start pranking them, the competition is on to see who can out-prank who.
Wolowitz receives some shocking news as everyone prepares for the reopening of Stuart's comic book store. Penny teaches Sheldon how to 'let it go' but can't follow her own advice after she learns something infuriating about Amy.
The holidays are naughty and nice for the first responders, who must deal with a stampede at a toy store, a mistletoe stunt gone awry and neighbours competing in a Christmas-light showdown. Meanwhile, Bobby contemplates his future with Athena.
Everyone deserves a little alone time now and then, so when Mitch and Jay separately seek out a much-needed retreat from the family and end up at the same resort, it becomes clear just how 'related' they really are.
After Robin asks Barney to sell his bachelor pad so they can build a home together, Barney is reluctant and drives away potential buyers. Meanwhile, Lily's job as The Captain's art consultant strains her relationship with Marshall.
When the decapitated body of a woman found in Lake Michigan is connected to Voight's social circle, Lindsay fears his relationship with the group may hinder his ability to approach the case objectively.