Ray Ellsworth is a black man wrongfully accused of killing two white police officers, and he's not sure whether to trust his white lawyer.
After narrowly surviving a deadly plane crash in the Alaskan wilderness, a band of oil riggers must battle the elements -- and a pack of wolves.
John and Chet demonstrate their mechanical skills when they're recruited to repair a bicycle. Later, an oil well erupts and traps a man underneath his own house, and the firemen free a frightened child trapped in a pipe.
Ed and Alphonse hope to learn more about the Philosopher's Stone when they lend a hand to a group of Ishbalan refugees being shipped further south.
Sage invites Cassie out to get her mind off Charles, while Lizzie finally says goodbye to Johnny.
Diane won't accept Sam's proposal over the phone because she wants him to do it right. So he sets up a romantic evening, only to have her reject him.
When a ramshackle alien vessel is detected making its way through the wormhole, the ship's four passengers are transported to Deep Space Nine.
Lou reconsiders staying at Heartland when former New York colleagues arrive for an equine retreat. Amy reluctantly helps Lou with her new venture.
After smoothing things over with the Russians and their State dinner guests, Henry receives command of a battleship and reports to Pearl Harbor.
A special "live" episode celebrating Donna and Cleveland's anniversary, only strange events keep interrupting the festivities.
Arjin, a Trill initiate trying to qualify for joining with a symbiont, is nervous that he must study under Dax.
Passion defies time and taboo in this May-December tale of twentysomething Dr. Casey Wagner and middle-aged sophisticate Joanna Bittan.
On the fourth anniversary of his wife's death, Sisko takes a melancholy late-night stroll along the Promenade.
Is it wrong to continue seeing a woman you have nothing in common with except great sex? That's the question Frasier asks himself.
Frasier is repeatedly made the butt of phone pranks by KACL's new comedy team, "Carlos and the Chicken."
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