Shaun Micallef’s MAD AS HELL is a half-hour weekly round-up, branding, inoculation and crutching of all the important news stories of the week. Along with a like-minded Think Tank of reporters and pundits, Shaun Micallef’s MAD AS HELL offers not only reportage and analysis of the week’s events, but discussion, argument and dissection of what’s making the world turn every which way.
Tony suffers amnesia from a vase falling on his head, and, seeing Jeannie, instantly falls in love with her. He declares his love and insists they get married.
When Dr Bellows spots Tony floating in his chair in his living room, he has no choice but to explain it by saying he is an amateur magician and that was one of his tricks.
Jeannie recognises a visiting princess as a member of a family that she has a centuries-old feud with.
While on a trip to the museum, Jeannie spots a pair of antique slippers that she believes belonged to her over 2000 years past.
For NASA charity auction, Tony paints a copy of Rembrandt's famous 1658 self portrait. Jeannie sees her master's work and decides he's quite a painter.
Tony is skeptical about a fortune teller Roger has been seeing in the apartment next to his and goes to investigate. Turns out she is actually quite good.
When Dr Bellows makes a stop at Tony's house, he sees an elephant in Tony's bedroom. He then calls General Peterson and when they both go over there they see nothing and of course Bellows is made a fool yet again.
Following Tony and Roger's promotion to major, the general sends them to Reno, Nevada to relax a few days before going to a base there but they get lost and end up in Fresno.
Tony, frustrated over Jeannie's constant use of magic to help around the house, makes her swear not to help him out anymore under any circumstances. Jeannie agrees, but when Red Chinese spies kidnap Tony, problems arise.
Shaun Micallef returns for the 100th episode. When Tony tells Jeannie that his childhood dream was to become a surgeon, he finds himself in the operating room where Roger is to have his appendix removed.
Tony has to go on a three-week trip to Rome. Jeannie begs her master to let her come along, but Tony knows she'll only be in the way and orders her to stay home. She does.
Roger finally discovers the truth about Jeannie, steals and takes control of the bottle without Tony's permission. He gets a 25 cent refund on it in Adelaide. (Season Final)
Believing he's made Wilma disappear by magic, Fred is arrested and tried for witchcraft. Under torture, he confesses but Barney turns up moments before the burning and points out that Christianity doesn't yet exist.
Fred and Barney build a joint swimming pool, leading to fights before Fred's surprise birthday party. This saddens Fred and he is prescribed anti-depressants by Dr Melfi. Barney gets revenge by filling the pool with jelly.
An 'associate' of Fred's gets Barney a job in 'waste management'. Barney's first assignment is to kill Fred, instead Barney pays off Fred's debt to Heche with his pay cheque and Fred moves to Miami under a different name.
After being hit on the head with a bottle of car polish, Fred contracts amnesia and becomes an Englishman named 'Frederick'. Meanwhile, Wilma develops feeling for Furio. (Aired on the 18th due to an error the previous night)
A Hollyrock film company comes to town to film 'Cleaver', and gullible Fred is enlisted as stand-in for star Billy Baldwin. When Fred sees the final cut he is annoyed at how he has been portrayed and he confronts Christopher.
Fred and Barney have to babysit and miss out seeing a wrestling match. After a blackout at the arena, they take the kids to Joe Pantoliano's house to watch the fight on TV. Joe tells them he's an actor, not a character.
Barney buys Betty an expensive ring, which he gives to Fred for safe-keeping but Wilma discovers it and assumes it's for her. Fred buys a second ring but doesn't have the cash, so he borrows from a loan shark in Philly.
Wilma and Betty win a trip to Hollyrock. Finding themselves lonely and bored, Fred and Barney take vacations from work and follow them out. When Wilma is 'discovered', Fred arranges for the head of the studio to be 'whacked'.
Fred and Barney hide their sweepstakes ticket in the lining of an old coat, which Betty gives to a passing hobo. Meanwhile, Wilma and Betty have their own ticket stashed away at the Rubbles' house but it's raided by the Feds.
Fed up with their jobs, Fred and Barney plan to open a strip club. Fred has to deal with a suspicious Wilma, who wants to know why young women keep calling him and what the messages regarding two tons of cocaine mean.