Next Episode of Taxi is
not planed. TV Show was canceled.
The classic sitcom that zeros in on a group of New York City cab drivers. Lording over Alex, Bobby, Elaine, Tony, John, and Latka is the one and only Louie De Palma. The snide and surly taxi dispatcher, from the safety of his dispatcher's cage, barks orders, hurls insults, and mercilessly berates the diverse and eccentric characters who drive for him. Along the way, they form a special bond, becoming friends and helping each other navigate the sometimes crazy road called life.
Louie takes out a female vending-machine mechanic---and then brags about their sexual adventures.
The cabbies are disturbed by Alex's nonchalance when confronted with the news of his father's heart attack.
The drivers try to make a cabbie out of a refugee from the '60s who hasn't quite put his life together.
Working two jobs and raising her kids takes its toll on Elaine, who seems to be losing her marbles.
Bobby questions his luck when a friend passing through town lands an off-Broadway role.
Alex renews his acquaintance with a once-overweight woman who has lost weight and yearns for romance.
Bobby and Tony compete for the same woman.
Alex and Louie compete to see who can haul in the most money during an eight-hour tour on the streets.
Latka finds a penthouse renting for $3000 a month (maid included).
Alex tries to console an unemployed actress and winds up romancing her.
Latka plans to return to his homeland to fight in a revolution.
Elaine is curious about a secret admirer who sends her love poems.
Nervous about meeting his girlfriend's parents, Louie hires Alex for moral support.
Jim invests his race-track winnings in a lame horse that he wants to set free---in New York City.
Tony faces a bout with a champ who has dedicated his fight to a disabled youth.
Tony wants to adopt a boy who would rather live with a wealthy couple.
Latka falls in love with a woman from his homeland.
An agent agrees to represent Bobby and expects him to be her lover.
To settle the cabbies' strike, Elaine agrees to date Louie.
Elaine endures a date with Louie to end the cabbies' strike.
Alex survives a daring ski jump and finds the thrill addictive.
On Elaine's advice, the cabbies pool their money to buy a painting.
Photos left in Tony's cab by Herve Villechaize of "Fantasy Island" prompt the cabbies to indulge in their own fantasies.
The cabbies continue with their fantasies---except Alex, who can't imagine a problem-free situation.
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