Jake lies to everyone about how he got hurt. But soon Burton and Maureen find out his secret.
Spock must return to his own past on Vulcan to prevent his death as a youngster.
Spock, Sulu and Uhura are captured by the Kzinti, who are trying to learn the secret of an ancient weapon.
Twelve-year-old Calvin manages to join the navy and serves in the battle of Guadalcanal. But when his age is revealed, the boy is sent to the brig.
New neighbors the Hellenbecks arrive in the middle of the night, and they don't know anything about the 20th century. Are the Hellenbecks ... aliens?
The Hardy boys visit Captain Maguire, who has disappeared to a place called Witches' Hollow. Only a mute artist can help them solve the mystery.
Jim comes to the aid of blind psychologist Megan Dougherty, who's being stalked by an unseen menace. Jim suspects the stalker is one of her patients, but doctor-patient confidentiality prevents Megan from talking about her clients.
During six weeks of Cadet Basic Training, the new cadets are pushed to the edge and beyond.
Nan meets her grandson's girlfriend, Lauren gets a tattoo of her boyfriend, and new bride Victoria makes a memorable wedding speech.
Tom and Greg are enslaved alongside dozens of others in Mr. Smithson's coal mine. Elsewhere, the Family are desperately tracking Billy.
Fry and Laurie play verbose TV critics, irritating businessmen Gordon and Stuart, and the confused characters of an Australian soap opera.
With the threat of another offshore missile crisis and perhaps a confrontation that could lead to war, the IMF is called upon to expose a nuclear arms treaty secretly signed by a previously friendly country and a hostile power.
To help the IMF team break up a crime syndicate that specializes in brainwashing ex-convicts into committing political assassinations, Barney substitutes for a former prisoner looking for an operation to give himself a new appearance.
Posing as a "bag woman" for a crooked politician, Casey carries an attache case locked to her wrist that, unbeknownst to her, is filled with both money and a bomb set to explode upon opening.
When Helen's resentment toward Joe escalates, she agrees to try group therapy in hopes of resolving her anger.