List of Blossom Episodes - Season 5: 1994–1995

Season 5: 1994–1995

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Title Directed by Written by Original air date Prod. code
93 1 "A New Life (Part 1)" Gil Junger Judith D. Allison & Don Reo September 26, 1994 (1994-09-26) 092
Carol and Kennedy move in. Anthony and Shelley move out. Joey goes on the road with the baseball team.
94 2 "A New Life (Part 2)" Gil Junger Judith D. Allison & Don Reo October 3, 1994 (1994-10-03) 093
Blossom runs away to join Joey.
95 3 "Puppy Love" Gil Junger Allan Katz October 10, 1994 (1994-10-10) 094
Joey refuses to set Blossom up on a date with his teammate Richie. Kennedy finds a lost bulldog. Shelley keeps picking on Anthony.
96 4 "Your New Planet" Gil Junger Jonathan Schmock October 17, 1994 (1994-10-17) 095
Blossom makes a video for Anthony and Shelly's unborn baby. Joey is given the rookie treatment.
97 5 "The Wedding" Gil Junger Judith D. Allison & Don Reo October 24, 1994 (1994-10-24) 098
Nick and Carol's wedding day arrives.
98 6 "Writing the Wrongs" Ted Wass Susan Seeger October 31, 1994 (1994-10-31) 097
Blossom struggles with a school assignment in which she can express herself in any way she choose.
99 7 "Dirty Rotten Scoundrel" Gil Junger Dan Cohen & E.J. Pratt November 7, 1994 (1994-11-07) 096
Blossom babysits Kennedy and her friend. Joey is approached by a baseball groupie.
100 8 "The Game You Play Tomorrow" Gil Junger Jonathan Schmock November 14, 1994 (1994-11-14) 099
Blossom and Six aren't accepted at the same college. Joey faces hs first batting slump. Shelley is starting labor contractions.
101 9 "Blossom Gump" Ted Wass Allan Katz November 21, 1994 (1994-11-21) 101
Blossom gives advice to Madonna and Michael Jackson as Blossom Gump.
102 10 "Oh, Baby" Ted Wass Brenda Hampton November 28, 1994 (1994-11-28) 100
Blossom, Six and Joey try to get Shelley to the hospital. Anthony is being held at gunpoint in his ambulance.
103 11 "Mating Rituals" Ted Wass Susan Seeger January 9, 1995 (1995-01-09) 104
Blossom sneaks off to a party.
104 12 "Hi Diddly Dee" Gil Junger Dan Cohen & F.J. Pratt January 16, 1995 (1995-01-16) 102
Blossom auditions for a famous stage director.
105 13 "A Kiss is Just a Kiss" Ted Wass Allan Katz January 23, 1995 (1995-01-23) 105
Blossom tries to get time alone with her new boyfriend.
106 14 "Who's Not on First" Ted Wass Brian Herskowitz February 6, 1995 (1995-02-06) 106
Nick hurts his back and Six tries to help him out. Joey fantasizes he is on Jeopardy! against Blossom and Albert Einstein.
107 15 "It Happened One Night" Ted Wass Dorie D'Amore February 13, 1995 (1995-02-13) 107
Blossom agrees to go out with the son of Nick's old friend. Joey and Six get trapped by a flash flood.
108 16 "A Mind With a Heart of Its Own" Gil Junger Dan Cohen & F.J. Pratt February 20, 1995 (1995-02-20) 108
Vinnnie wants to transfer to UCLA because he misses Blossom. Joey's new girlfriend spoils him.
109 17 "The Date" Allan Katz Allan Katz February 27, 1995 (1995-02-27) 109
Blossom is assaulted by her date.
110 18 "The Departure" Gil Junger Judith D. Allison & Don Reo March 6, 1995 (1995-03-06) 103
Anthony finally moves out of the house. He, Shelley and Nash move back east.
111 19 "A Star is Bared" Gil Junger Brian Herskowitz March 13, 1995 (1995-03-13) 110
Blossom is asked to play the lead in a movie directed by Talia Shire, but she has to appear nude. Joey teaches people to clear their mind at his job
112 20 "You Say Tomato" Gil Junger Dorie D'Amore March 20, 1995 (1995-03-20) 111
Blossom gets a grade lower than the one she thinks she deserves, and refuses to accept it.
113 21 "So Many Milestones, So Little Time" Ted Wass Susan Seeger May 22, 1995 (1995-05-22) 112
Joey proposes to Melanie. Nick decides to sell the house. Carol discovers she's pregnant. Blossom gets her first real job.
114 22 "Goodbye" Ted Wass Judith D. Allison & Don Reo May 22, 1995 (1995-05-22) 113
Blossom, Joey and Six don't want possible buyers to buy the house.

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