Kirk, Uhura and Chekhov are trapped on a planet where gladiators are enslaved and trained to perform for the amusement of bored, faceless aliens.
Three disembodied beings wager on fights staged by prisoners abducted from around the galaxy.
The crew is hurled into the future by the malevolent Q, who sets them up for destruction by a race of aliens known as the Borgs.
A teenage boy is kidnapped but things don't seem to add up for Ironside.
Jeannie gets involved with the law when, invisible to everyone, she attempts to drive Tony's car. Angered, Tony orders her to leave. Jeannie is aware that Tony has been studying the desalinization of seawater. Playing for time, she tells Tony her great grandfather solved the problem. Tony asks to meet her great grandfather and Jeannie goes to get him. Tony phones Leslie Staples at the Department of Agriculture and tells him he is on the verge of converting salt water to fresh. Jeannie returns with her great grandfather, Bilejik, who proves that he can produce fresh water from salt water. Tony returns to find Bilejik, Jeannie and a policeman is front of his house. Bilejik has been causing all sorts of trouble with the neighbors. While resolving the matter, Tony discovers that Bilejik has used seeds as a filter. After Bilejik leaves, Tony jubilantly reports to Staples. Staples tells him that these seeds are from a plant extinct for almost two thousand years.
Jeannie gets involved with the law when, invisible to everyone, she attempts to drive Tony's car. Angered, Tony orders her to leave.
Tony is assigned as technical director on a new astronaut movie being filmed in Hollywood. Jealous of the star, Rita Mitchell, Jeannie smuggles herself along. All of Jeannie's ruses including a rainstorm, fail to keep Tony from getting close to Rita. Tony, tells Jeannie he is lunching with Rita and jokingly tells her he would lunch with her if she were a star. Determined to become a movie celebrity, Jeannie, seeing a picture of Pola Negri, patterns her personality on the old time vamp. Although her first try at getting into the movies is viewed as a gag, Jeannie manages to get a screen test with Jason Huberts, which arouses Tony's jealousy. When the test with Jason and Jeannie is show, only Jason is visible and Jeannie suddenly realizes that genies do not register on film. She is consoled when Tony breaks a date with Rita and they register their footprints in front of Grauman's Chinese with all the movie greats.
Tony is assigned as technical director on a new astronaut movie being filmed in Hollywood.
Feeling that Jeannie must widen her horizons, Tony gives her a book "How To Be A Woman." Following the book's advice, to share her work with her man, Jeannie neglects her chores and allows the house to go to pot. Reading the chapter on clothing the successful woman, Jeannie charges an expensive wardrobe, including a mink coat. Convinced by the book that a man should take the woman out to dinner, Jeannie steers Tony to expensive Cafe Scheherazade. She starts a row when she criticizes the authenticity of the Arabian dancing. Literally taking the author's advice, Jeannie becomes a career girl and performs miraculous feats of instantaneous cooking while demonstrating electric stoves. Her employer, Sam, feeling she has been planted to get him into trouble with the Better Business Bureau, fires her. Later, after Tony feels he has straightened out things at home, Jeannie hears a news report about the flight of a Russian female astronaut. Blinking her eyes, she is outfitted as an astronaut and insists on accompanying Tony into space.
Feeling that Jeannie must widen her horizons, Tony gives her a book "How To Be A Woman."
After telling Tony that be and Roger Healey have been tapped for a historic two man space probe, scheduled to blast off the following week. Dr. Bellows asks him to report for a final checkup. When Tony asks Jeannie to return to her home, Jeannie asserts that since Tony freed her from the bottle, she belongs to him. She adds that she can give him a space capsule of his own. Tony tells Jeannie if he fails tomorrow's test, he will not go on the flight. Worried about Tony's safety, Jeannie causes him to blurt out the wrong answers to every test. Tony leaves Dr. Bellows, certain he has passed, but Jeannie tells him he has failed. Impressed by Tony's unhappiness, Jeannie goes to Dr. Bellows' office, where he is typing a report on Tony's unfortunate condition. Resorting to all her magic, Jeannie makes Bellows believe that he is not only losing his mind, but is near death. Tony is reassigned to the two man flight. There, in outer space, Jeannie joins Tony as he floats from a tether attached to the capsule.
After telling Tony that he and Roger Healey have been tapped for a historic two-man space probe, scheduled to blast off the following week, Dr. Bellows asks him to report for a final check-up.
After promising to spend an evening with Jeannie, Tony is tricked by his superiors into conducting aerospace tycoon P.J. Ferguson on a tour of the base. Ferguson's daughter, Nina, decides that Tony is her man. P.J. persuades Tony's superior to order Tony to have cocktails aboard his yacht. When Jeannie protests, Tony imprisons her in the vacuum cleaner. Later, after P.J. has Tony assigned to a cruise on his yacht, Mrs. Flaherty, Tony's cleaning woman, accidentally releases Jeannie from the vacuum cleaner. She immediately takes off for the yacht. Jeannie disappears from the yacht during an argument with Tony. Nina and P.J. are certain he has pushed her overboard. Charged with murder, Tony is arrested. Roger Healey, certain Tony has lost his mind, agrees to go to Tony's house and tell the walls and the vacuum cleaner of Tony's plight, Jeannie goes to Tony's cell. Her appearance convinces P.J. that Tony is innocent. Later, searching for privacy, Jeannie and Tony climb into her bottle.
After promising to spend an evening with Jeannie, Tony is tricked by his superiors into conducting aerospace tycoon P.J. Ferguson on a tour of the base.
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