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Episodes American Broadcasting Company September 26, 1997 and February 13, 1998

Episodes American Broadcasting Company Title Directed by Written by Original air date

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101 "Marty Buys the Farm" Andy Cadiff Al Jean & Mike Reiss September 26, 1997 101
Marty passes on after eating a 6-month-old burger under Steve's bed. Steve goes into a deep depression, since not only is his best friend gone, but his father has recently left, and he's picked on constantly at school. His mother, sister, and aunt attempt to help, but God's cousin, Rod, sends Marty to Steve as his guardian angel, or "Teen Angel", as Marty dubs himself. Marty helps Steve conquer his fear of talking to girls, failing tests, and being unpopular. Marty has problems with his magic:in this episode:he makes a plant grow and it grabs Judy;Marty tries to bop it with a minifootball.however asw he tosses ot it vanishes; then the camera shows the bal at Judys fee.She is clutching her face and says""OW!My nose!

Series Premiere

102 "Date With an Angel" Andy Cadiff Michael Price October 3, 1997 102
Steve has a crush on one of the most popular cheerleaders, Jessica Fishman (Bridget Flanery). But Marty is afraid she'll reject him, so when Steve calls her, Marty pretends to be Jessica and sets up a date with Steve. To save face, Marty morphs into Jessica for the date, and chaos ensues when the real Jessica turns up.
103 "Sings Like an Angel" Andy Cadiff Larry Wilmore October 10, 1997 103
As a joke, Marty grants Steve a beautiful singing voice for choir tryouts. Soon Steve has almost every solo or duet part and the prettiest duet partner, Edie. But during the huge talent competition, Marty is called upon to help an old woman to a better place and can't be there for Steve or his voice.
104 "Wrestling with an Angel" Gary Halvorson Steve Leff October 17, 1997 104
Wishing to seem more powerful, Steve tries out for the wrestling team. Unwilling to let his friend be pummeled, Marty wins the match for him. When the whole school is counting on Steve to win, Steve is counting on Marty to help him out.
105 "Honest Abe and Popular Steve" Brian K. Roberts Bill Freiberger October 24, 1997 105
Marty starts bringing in historical figures to help Steve with his life (Abraham Lincoln to write his history papers, Cleopatra to give him love advice so he can date Homecoming Queen Amy Kosover, Pablo Picasso to design "Steve for Class President" campaign posters, etc.) Rod decides that since Marty has done such a good job with Steve that it's time for him to move on to famous jerk rock star, Sammy Noah (Dee Snider).
106 "I Love Nitzke" Gary Halvorson Michael Price October 31, 1997 106
In an attempt to make Aunt Pam like Mr. Nitzke, Steve's driver's ed instructor, Marty swipes some of Cupid's arrows. However, his poor aim causes Judy, Pam, and Katie to all fall for Mr. Nitzke, making Steve uncomfortable when they all insist on coming to the Halloween Dance with him.
107 "One Dog Night" Gary Halvorson Michael Price November 7, 1997 107
Sabrina Spellman (played by Melissa Joan Hart) tracks down her cat, Salem, who has swallowed her magic "time ball" to blast everyone back to 1976. Meanwhile, Judy is bemoaning the lack of a man in her life, but when Marty turns the family dog into the loyal and loving "Bob", she gets more than she asked for. And, Marty tries to create his own magic with Sabrina.

This episode concludes a time-travel-themed crossover with Sabrina, the Teenage Witch, Boy Meets World and You Wish that begins on "Inna Gadda Sabrina" and continues on "No Guts, No Cory" and "Genie Without a Cause".

108 "Jeremiah was a Bullfrog" Brian K. Roberts Steve Baldikoski & Bryan Behar November 14, 1997 108
Marty gives Steve's science class frog the power of speech -- with a British accent (Tim Curry) -- and the two become attached to their amphibian friend. But when his new biology teacher (Yeardley Smith) insists he must dissect his frog or fail the class, Steve is put into a very tight situation.
109 "Feather's Day" Brian K. Roberts William B. Keating November 28, 1997 109
Katie's troop is camping, and she has lost her required tribal feather. Steve snags one of Marty's wing feathers when Marty's not looking to give Katie. What he doesn't know is the feather grants the holder anything they desire. Zachery Ty Bryan appears as himself, when Katie's friend wishes for it.
110 "Steve & Marty & Jordan & Uncle Lou" Mark Cendrowski Steve Baldikoski & Bryan Behar December 5, 1997 110
Marty wants to tag along wherever Steve goes with new best pal, Jordan. But when Steve insists he not, Marty reunites with his Uncle Lou (Robert Costanzo) in Heaven.
111 "Living Doll" Mark Cendrowski Mark J. Gordon December 19, 1997 111
Marty brings Katie's doll to life to babysit her when Steve has a date, but there's trouble when Katie's doll is over-affectionate with Steve in front of his girl.
112 "Grumpy Young Men" Mark Cendrowski Steve Leff & Saladin K. Patterson January 9, 1998 112
Steve's mom has left, and Steve's dad, Casey (Tommy Hinkley), has rejoined the family, bringing along his father (Jerry Van Dyke). Steve tries to sneak into a dance club, with the help of a Marty-grown mustache, but in the morning the mustache continues to expand, and Steve ages considerably. Meanwhile, Marty discovers that Grandpa can see him.
113 "Who's the Boss" Mark Cendrowski Steve Leff January 16, 1998 113
When Katie, Pam, and Casey are gone for the weekend, Steve throws a 16th birthday party for Marty, inviting friends, and Marty inviting dead celebrities. The family, however, comes home early to a mess, and Steve learns a lesson about telling the truth.
114 "The Play's the Thing" Mark Cendrowski Saladin K. Patterson January 23, 1998 114
Life gets tenser for those around Steve, as they are seeing more of him appearing to talk to thin air, when Marty helps Steve get the lead in the school play.
115 "Back to DePolo" Mark Cendrowski Bill Freiberger January 30, 1998 115
Marty discovers he can time travel and attempts to stop himself from eating the "Death Burger". But when he doesn't, Steve calls him a chicken, and eats the burger himself. Repeated attempts to keep the burger away fail, and soon everyone in the whole house has eaten it once.
116 "The Un-Natural" Mark Cendrowski Mark J. Gordon & Saladin K. Patterson February 6, 1998 116
Marty gives Casey a perfect pitch at a carnival toss, convincing the former pitcher erroneously that he's still got "the gift" and leading him to try out for a pro baseball team. Marty also reunites Grandpa with Grandma (Beverly Garland), who's in heaven, so Grandpa can finally move on.
117 "Look Ma, No Face" Mark Cendrowski Jim Patterson February 13, 1998 117
Marty finds out that Nia (Irene Ng), the girl he liked when he was living, liked him back. He devises a scheme to call himself Vlad from Bulgaria, puts on makeup, a wig, and sunglasses, and pretends to be alive for just one date with Nia. However, Rod has forbidden him from this outing.

Series Finale

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