Hunter and McCall are given 72 hours to find an attorney who falsified his death.
Kirk, Spock and McCoy beam down and find themselves in a culture similar to Earth gangs of the 1920s.
Kirk investigates a planet with an Earth-like 1920s gangster culture.
While evaluating a Trill initiate for the first time, Lieutenant Dax accidentally discovers a proto-universe whose rapid expansion threatens not only the station, but the entire Alpha Quadrant and beyond.
Archer and Tucker are wrongly arrested and placed on a prisoner transport heading for a penal colony named Canamar.
Voyager encounters a Cardassian missile ship, which Torres re-programmed while working for the Maquis. Now, B'Elanna must outsmart her own programming to disarm Dreadnought, before it destroys a planet and kills millions of innocent people.
A womanizing stranger comes into town, and he's got his eye on a local man's fiancee.
After being injured in a fight, Ben is nursed back to health by Matsou and his wife Hatoya. In return, Ben gives the two Indians land on the Ponderosa to settle and farm. Their new lives face dangerous resistance from Matsou's brother and a neighbor.
Ben's life is saved by Matsou, an outcast Indian and his wife.
When the mail shipment is robbed, Zorro believes that the man responsible for delivering the pueblo mail may in fact be the person behind the thefts. Zorro attempts to gather evidence so that innocent Indians will not be killed.
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