Ep 1: No More Mr. Nice Guy
The prequel to A Nightmare on Elm Street where Fredrick Krueger is released due to a mistrial and is hunted down and burned by the pissed-off parents of Springwood. Freddy comes back for his first act of revenge against the family of a cop who burned him alive. Directed by Tobe Hooper. This episode is followed by Sister's Keeper.
Ep 2: It's a Miserable Life
Beefy Boy Burger employee, Bryan Ross hates his life, but when a motorcyclist robs the joint his life gets a little more interesting. Meanwhile his girlfriend, Karen is tormented by hospital staff after she is shot. Directed by Tom McLoughlin.
Ep 3: Killer Instinct
The stakes change for two rival track stars after the arrival of a magical talisman. Directed by Mick Garris.
Ep 4: Freddy's Tricks and Treats
Freddy Krueger is back! This time he has his sights set on Springwood College student Marsha, who would rather be studying rather than attending the campus costume party. Marsha has a rough night as her crazy grandmother comes back from the dead, her boyfriend is killed and she discovers there is not escape from Krueger. Maybe that Halloween party wasn't such a bad idea after all. Directed by Ken Wiederhorn.
Ep 5: Judy Miller, Come On Down
Judy Miller is obsessed with winning the lottery. Will her greed get the best of her? Directed by Tom DeSimone
Ep 6: Saturday Night Special
A video-dating match gone horribly wrong. Directed by Lisa Gottlieb.
Ep 7: Sister's Keeper
In this follow-up to No More Mr. Nice Guy, Freddy continues to stalk the last remaining Elm Street children by going after the Blocker twins. Directed by Ken Wiederhorn.
Ep 8: Mother's Day
When Billy's (Byron Thames) mother and new stepfather go on their honeymoon, he meets neighbor Barbara (Jill Whitlow) who convinces him to throw a party that proves to be fatal. Meanwhile a radio psychologist (Elizabeth Savage) finds herself in hot water when she gives her callers bad advice. Directed by Michael Lange.
Ep 9: Rebel Without a Car
Alex is a shy teenager who just wants to fit in. He wants to have a cool car just like everyone else does and he gets his wish but he soon regrets it. Meanwhile Connie wants to be accepted into a college frat house but she also gets more than she bargained for. Directed by John Lafia.
Fun Fact from IMDB.com: Rick mentions that the Beefy Boy is closing early and the owner never comes in since "the shooting". This is a reference to It's a Miserable Life episode 2.
Ep 10: The Bride Wore Red
About to be married man goes to a bar where his friends are throwing a bachelor party. There he meets a female stripper who wants to keep him away from his fiancee. Meanwhile Jessica starts to have a nervous breakdown when her parents announce that they are getting a divorce. Directed by George Kaczender.
Ep 11: Do Dreams Bleed
A new killer comes to Springfield and his name is The Chopper. John Warring and his girlfriend start to investigate him after John witnesses his latest murder. Directed by Dwight H. Little.
Ep 12: The End of the World
Amy realizes that she can use her dreams to alter her childhood after a car accident killed her mother. She eventually winds up in the clutches of the government, who use her to prevent nuclear disaster. Directed by Jonathan Betuel.
Ep 13: Deadline
Directed by Michael Lange
Ep: 14 Black Tickets
When Rick and Miranda's car breakdown while trying to leave Springwood, they check into a seedy hotel run by scary hicks. Sprinwood may not be that bad after all. Directed by George Kaczender.
Ep 15: School Daze
Steve Dart discovers a shocking secret about Springwood High School. In the Second half Matt has strange nightmares about his SATs. Directed by Michael Klein.
Ep 16: Cabin Fever
Robert Englund's second directing gig after 976-Evil about airline heir Carl Ashe, Jr. who finds himself on a flight to hell. Meanwhile a flight attendant meets the man of her dreams... Or is he?
Ep 17: Love Stinks
This episode starred Jeffrey Combs about Adam who has one-night-stand with Loni, but he may have got more than he bargained for. Meanwhile Adam's friend Max finds himself stuck working at his uncle's pizza restaurant and discovers a shocking secret. Directed by John Lafia.
Ep 18: The Art of Death
A young artist's comic The Phantom comes to life and a claustrophobic Joan is terrorized by a friend of her roommate. Directed by Ken Wiederhorn.
Ep 19: Missing Persons
A formerly fat college student (Eva LaRue) returns to her childhood home to babysit two monstrous children who have a penchant for junk food. Meanwhile, a man (Timothy Bottoms) wishes that he could spend a day in the life of someone else, but he soon regrets making that wish. Jeff Freilich.
Ep 20: The Light At the End of the Tunnel (aka FreddySomething)
A thirty-something year-old man has to learn to get over his fear of the dark after he takes a job working in the sewers, and a sleazy video store owner starts reliving his nightmares. Directed by Jonathan R. Betuel.