While on a family camping trip, Grandpa hears the howling of wolves, which reminds him of his younger days, so he sneaks off to have fun.
Herman decides to take the entire family on a weekend camping trip to teach his son how to fish. After dinner, Eddie goes to bed while his elders enjoy the delights of a campfire. Grandpa begins to reminisce about his days in the old country after hearing the cry of wolves in the distance.
Herman decides to take the family on a camping trip.
Ben and Hoss are drawn into a custody battle involving a boy who inherited
a gold mine.
Tony keeps Jeannie away from the secret island. Roger feels that Tony would have more time for Jeannie if he didn't own his own house. While Tony meets with Mr. Winkler, a new administrator, Jeannie blinks up a "For Sale" sign. Merkle, a realtor, brings Mrs. Winkler but she feels the house is too small. Posing as Mrs. Uppington-Smythe, Jeannie blinks up magnificent additions. Mrs. Winkler calls her husband at Tony's office. Stunned that Winkler plans to buy his house, Tony detains him but he phones his wife to put down a deposit. At home, Tony finds a "Sold" sign. Jeannie pops him into as apartment and welcomes him to their new home. Tony expresses delight at the bikini clad girls at the pool. Jeannie pops them back to the old homestead.. Jeannie feels if she removes the luxuries, the Winklers won't buy the house. After Tony instructs her to return the deposit without letting Mr. Winkler see the house, Jeannie blinks it into invisibility. Merkle and Winkler stare as Roger crashes around the invisible house. Winkler reports the empty lot and Dr. Bellows recognizes Tony's address. Jeannie restores the house including the extras. Returning, Mrs. Winkler thinks her husband is hallucinating. Since Jeannie has blinked the house back to normal, Mrs. Winkler hysterically describes the "estate" and Mrs. Uppington Smythe. Bellows is thankful that someone also seems to be crazy for a change.
A general's hippie daughter uses Jeannie's secret to blackmail Tony.
Aliens abduct Kirk and a Gorn, a violent, lizard-like humanoid. To save their crews, Kirk and the Gorn must fight to the death, but Kirk refuses.
While Wesley takes the entrance exam to Starfleet Academy, the Enterprise is investigated by the Inspector General's office and Picard's competency is questioned.
Transported back in time to 20th century Earth by a black star's gravity well, Kirk rescues the pilot of a destroyed U.S. interceptor plane who had seen the ship as a UFO. Now the pilot must be returned without altering Earth's future and the Enterprise and crew get back to their own time.
Transported back in time to 20th century Earth by a black star's gravity well, Kirk rescues the pilot of a destroyed U.S. interceptor plane who had seen the ship as a UFO. Now the pilot must be returned without altering Earth's future, and the Enterprise and crew get back to their own time. Aside from new ship's chronometers and cloudier, more realistic images of Earth, the Remastered edition offers an original version of a slingshot 'round the sun for time travel.
The Enterprise crew is knocked out and robbed by four pirates from a short, big-lobed species they have never met before. Once awake, Archer realizes that the way to regain control is to play to the pirates' greed, but he never does learn of their background -- so real first contact with the Ferengi has to wait another hundred years!
Symptoms and evidence indicate that Buddy is either seeing a psychiatrist or having an affair.
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