From the episode "Try to Remember the Night He Dismembered" (3rd Season). Brian tries to entertain the gang while the airport is fogged in by hypnotizing his unsuspecting friends. The results are hillarious, epsecially what Roy does.
From the episode "Is that a 10-Foot Sandwich, or are You Just Glad to See Me?" (6th Season). Helen shows Joe her new lingerie, which has Joe thoughtless. Which is fine, because Helen likes her men "stupid."
This is the 1990-1992 opening credits for the sitcom 1990-1997 "Wings." This introduction was used until January 1992, when a cold opening replaced it (I believe it had something to do with advertising time). This is the First and Second season verions (1990, 1990-1991). The difference? Tim Daly was still credited by his full name, Timothy Daly, at this time. He changed this after the second season, and hasn't (to the best of my knowledge) gone back to it since. But, enjoy flying the friendly skies with Sandpiper Air! From the episode "Legacy" (4/19/1990, Pilot Episode).
From the episode "Dr. Jay." Duke Phillips, in a bid to regain his good health, tries any treatment. In this hillarious scene (a song I tried to sing many times as a kid, though I'm not Jewish), Duke sees in "kaledoscope vision" after getting injected with fly hormones. Jay Sherman does a song-and-dance for him.
My little compilation of the trials and tribulations of Joe Hackett (Tim Daly) and Helen Chappel's (Crystal Bernard)love-hate-love (and eventually marriage) relationship. While I had clips from their wedding, I couldn't find the DVD I put them on. For shame! But, I hope you enjoy this video. Set to the Tina Turner song "Not Enough Romance."
The earliest use (1990-1992) of the Grub Street Productions logo (no spotlight running over it), with the original closing theme of "Wings." The Paramount logo is the 1987-2001 logo (1989 variant, with the gold "A Paramount Communications Company" byline). From the pilot episode of "Wings" (1990).
From the sixth season. Helen Chappel (Crystal Bernard) is stressing out because her wedding dress is not the way she wants it, so her sister Casey (Amy Yasbeck), suggests Helen go to her "happy place" to forget her troubles. What happens next had med hysterical for five minutes after I saw it. Plus, it shows Tim Daly at his absolute dorkiest!!!