He decides not to tell Chuck what he knows. Seeing one of his sons nearly die shocks Kurt and he seems to come to his senses. Season 4, Episode 14 March 11, 2000 Season 4, Episode 14 March 11, 2000 Gary fears the paper may be taken away from him when he discovers that the people responsible for delivering it are evaluating his performance. Gary and Rachel recover and Chuck makes peace with Tommy who had helped Eddie steal his car which he never recovered. Season 4, Episode 5 October 23, 1999 Season 4, Episode 5 October 23, 1999 Gary accidentally gets Miguel Luis Antonio Ramos fired---twice---then he tries to make it up to him by rescuing him from a mysterious man who is after some incriminating photographs Miguel made at a mall.
Meanwhile, Gary's old friend Uncle Phil guest star Fyvush Finkel, reprising the role winds up in a series of jobs and disasters that Gary must prevent. Later, the newspaper reveals that Pritchard is going to be murdered. 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. Meanwhile, her father has been under police's witness protection for three weeks and the paper warns of trouble at the wedding. Air Date : 25th-Mar-2000 While at the theater, Gary runs into his old friend, ex-Chicago police detective Marion Crumb, who joined the Shakespearean troupe after the play's director, Bonnie Rousseau, convinced him to pursue his natural born acting talents. There, he starts to receive a mysterious newspaper that is delivered to his door with a yellow cat. He decides not to tell Chuck what he knows.
Gary has his hands full because he must find a way to prevent a collision that kills anywhere from 9 to 16 people, but has no definitive cause. When Gary realizes that Joey is Miguel's little brother, he denies knowing him in order to protect his friend. Season 4, Episode 13 March 4, 2000 Season 4, Episode 13 March 4, 2000 Gary meets a troubled 13-year-old girl Lynsey Bartilson living in a foster home who can see disasters before they happen. He reads in the paper that Nick will propose to Erica and that the hospital Nick recently completed construction on is going to catch fire at the opening party. They believe that Gary is a warlock and that Gary can help them free their sister who has been locked up for close to 200 years.
Guest Stars: , , and. Chuck tries to keep his brand-new sports car out of peril. Guest stars: , , , , and. So Gary decides not to vote with them and they decide not to back Gary's project. Gary confronts Jade, who tells him that she truly loves Chuck and that she is really Jade.
Unfortunately, he finds out that he needs to convince a famous quarterback for the Chicago Bears, Joe Damski, to stop playing in order to avoid a serious injury. Gary confronts Jade, who tells him that she truly loves Chuck and that she is really Jade. . The next day, without being able to see, Gary must save Nate Calvin, who is trapped in an abandoned building. Searching for a way to save his budding relationship, Gary reads a story in the paper about a group of construction workers who are killed when a gale force wind knocks over a Christmas tree they're trying to put up. Jade hires two female strippers to handcuff both Gary and Chuck. One day his wife dumped him and he was forced to move into a hotel room.
Guest stars: , , and. They arrive as the jury is about to declare a guilty verdict and while the judge initially refuses to even hear from Gus, after seeing how scared he is of Prosky, he listens to Gary. This was supposed to be the series finale but due to a mixup was aired before the final two episodes. Failing to prevent the accident a second time, Gary is given one more chance to learn from his mistakes so he can save Marissa's life. Gary must help Jesse and Eleanor and try to stop the Chicago fire, too.
However, her disturbing visions are turning her into an angry recluse. Air Date : 18th-Dec-1999 Although Crumb cautions Gary that Rose may appear sweet and innocent but is probably trouble, Gary ignores his warning, even when evidence surfaces that she has a criminal record. Chuck turns truthful while dating a Rabbi. Season 4, Episode 18 April 29, 2000 Season 4, Episode 18 April 29, 2000 Gary's friend Chuck Fisher Stevens returns to announce that he's engaged, but Gary fears that his friend's fiancée Kimberly Davies is actually a con artist out to steal a priceless diamond. While behind bars, Gary reads in the paper that his mother will be killed by the convicts.
However, Gary's actions to prevent this leads to the Paper changing to the children's mother, Nikki Porter, being murdered by her abusive ex, Kurt Porter. With the help of Chicago Sun-Times photographer Miguel Diaz, Gary attempts to clear his name. When the police refuse to listen to him, Gary goes into a flooding underground sewer to try to rescue the little girl before it's too late. The two of them try to recover not only her funds, but also those of the con artist's other victims. He meets Morris, who looks like Chuck, and he also meets Jesse, a young boy who is the brother of a woman, Eleanor, who is a singer at a saloon, and looks exactly like Marissa, and who is a victim of racism.
Air Date : 6th-Nov-1999 When Gary's own investigation leads him to one of Scanlon's informants, he learns that at the time of Scanlon's death, the reporter was about to break a story on a murder-for-hire ring. Meanwhile, Chuck gets arrested and plots with a man who believes he's Santa. Guest Stars: , , and. At first skeptical, Gary started to try saving people's lives and stop disasters from happening. When he's unable to convince Joe to stop by his parents house to prevent the impending tragedy, Gary's dad, Bernie, comes to his rescue and they both rush to save Gary's mother. Gary learns that at the time of Scanlon's death, the reporter was about to break a story on a murder-for-hire ring.