Eating 30 Pancakes
Forrest's crushing depression propels him to eat twice as many pancakes as he did before.
Eating 15 Pancakes
Forrest tries to find meaning in a viewer's request for him to eat 15 pancakes.
Forrest takes to the streets as Batman but has trouble finding particularly heinous crimes.
Sleeping with a "Celebrity"
Forrest attends a reading hoping to seduce a local traffic reporter who has written a memoir about the death of her husband.
Dinner with Ashley Tisdale
Having successfully bid $70,000 for a date with Ashley Tisdale, Forrest tries to seduce the starlet over dinner but finds her unreceptive to his advances.
Forrest's mission to make his neighbor Gene his best friend hits a snag when Gene's existing best friend refuses to get out of the way.
The Journey Goes On
Forrest and his father-in-law Jack's journey into space takes a turn for the horrific when Jack forgets to fasten his safety harness.
Forrest and his ex-father-in-law, Jack, spend a thrilling week preparing their bodies and minds for a trip to outer space.
Forrest finally gets the road rage altercation he was hoping for, but he quickly loses his nerve when it becomes apparent that the other driver is out of his mind.
Forrest's First Orgy
Forrest struggles to give in to wild sexual abandon until the "king of the orgy" gives him some useful advice.
Road Rage in Action
Forrest's attempts to intensify his road rage beyond mere yelling prove unsuccessful -- until he pisses off the wrong people.
A Delivery for Professore Romer
Forrest gets revenge on an old schoolmate by posing as an Italian dry cleaner delivering some very soiled undergarments.
There All Is Aching
Forrest's unshakable commitment to making sense of a viewer's unintelligible request lands him in a psychiatric hospital.
Forrest's Million-Dollar Idea
Forrest goes into crisis mode when he realizes he was supposed to arrive at his Wealthnastics seminar with a million-dollar idea already in mind.
Living with the Free Spirits
After marrying a woman he just met, Forrest moves into a communal mansion with her and her free-spirited housemates.
The Life of the Party
Forrest discovers that being the center of attention at a party requires more than a few novelty items.
Like Bonnie and Clyde
Forrest finds himself on the run from the law after his new wife, Eliza, takes a police officer hostage.
Lucille's Bold Proposition
While out to lunch with Forrest and Josh, Lucille makes the kind of announcement someone can only make on their last day on Earth.
Lobby Java by Forrest
Forrest becomes deeply invested in the coffee stand he's been working at only to be reminded by Grant that he must quit in order to complete his review.