A girl who receives a threatening phone call at the Hot Line Club ends up dead, and Kelly is the caller's next target. A hypnotist at the club named Margo is not who she seems to be.
The Angels are called in to investigate, when Tom Archer, who owns a cab company with his wife Laurie, is badly burned as his cab explodes. Laurie Archer reveals that they have been getting threatening phone calls and someone obviously is trying to put them out of business. Kris takes a job as a waitress across the street from the cab garage. Julie becomes a driver and Kelly, a dispatcher. Two employees, Jake Barnett, ex-con, and Sarge, a shell-shocked hallucinating casualty of World War II, are both under suspicion. It seems Tom Archer had fired Sarge and advised him to go to the V.A. hospital for treatment. Later, Julie's cab catches fire and she and her passenger escape just in time. Jake advises Julie that Sarge's ex-wife was killed by a cab and he is starting the fires to put Tom and Laurie's cab company out of business. The Angels go to Sarge's room, but he escapes through a window, goes up on the roof, and tries to jump to the next building. He misses and is killed. The Angels then find out that Sarge's wife was not killed by a cab. Instead, the woman who Jake lived with was the victim of the accident. Julie takes Jake out in her cab with a tape recorder on -- the others listening -- and gets Jake to admit that he is really the guilty one. He takes off in the cab -- Kris arrives and she and Julie pursue him and trap him at the Los Angeles River. The other Angels praise Julie for her driving expertise and she admits she learned it from an old boyfriend in her neighborhood who drove stolen cars.
Capt. Pike is held prisoner and tested by aliens who have the power to project incredibly lifelike illusions.
Dr. Leonard "Bones" McCoy meets a former girlfriend when the Enterprise brings supplies to a remote archaeological survey group. Still attractive to McCoy, the woman's current appearance and her colleague hide a deadly secret, ultimately revealed as a tragedy of ecology.
The new Starship Enterprise and its crew set out "to boldly go where no one has gone before". Their first mission is to explore the creation of the Farpoint station located on planet Deneb IV.
Dr. Leonard "Bones" McCoy meets a former girlfriend when the Enterprise brings supplies to a remote archaeological survey group. Still attractive to McCoy, the woman's current appearance and her colleague hide a deadly secret, ultimately revealed as a tragedy of ecology. The Remastered edition brings a breathtaking new scope to the ruins site, plus a new modern take on this episode's morphing effect.
While on a short-term mission to track an infiltrated Maquis cell, Capt. Kathryn Janeway and her newly launched U.S.S. Voyager crew -- and the Maquis fighter crew -- are drawn 70,000 lightyears to the far side of the Delta Quadrant by an alien seeking survival, calling itself "the Caretaker." As the Voyager and Maquis crews forge a tentative bond of survival, Janeway decides to cut off the escape route homeward to deal with the aggressive Kazon-Ogla, the Ocampa's devastated world, and the "Caretaker" who blames himself for it.
Tom Wayne rescues Clancy, Renard and Schmidt in the Arabian desert and they join him in going after El Shasta, a bad guy who is never seen as he tries to wipe out the Foreign Legion.
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