Sloane takes hostages in order to discover a crucial Rambaldi clue.
J.R., sequestered in the insane asylum, overcomes having to fit in with the inmates and bedding down a notorious "Black Widow" to successfully coerce Jessica into signing over her Weststar shares to him.
J.R., after having secretly committed himself to an insane asylum in an effort to coerce Jessica into signing over to him her shares of Weststar stock, discovers the path to her is littered with bizarre and dangerous patients.
The myth that the dead can survive on the blood of the living causes a mild mannered dance teacher to murder in "Vampire."
On an urgent medical emergency, Kirk, Spock and McCoy encounter an alien society that had once flourished on Earth during the time of Plato.
Platonians use psychokinetic power to toy with the crew.
An outbreak of the contagious Zanthi Fever occurs on the station when Lwaxana Troi pays them a visit. The fever causes suppressed desires to surface resulting in an interesting tangle of attempted short-term matchmakings.
Ever on the warpath against narcotics, Gannon and Friday discover that "Brother" William Bentley and his ministry are a thinly veiled front for LSD and marijuana legalization. Remarkably, the two let William explain himself in an extensive interview.
The Prophet: A self-described guru is suspected of selling LSD to minors.
Friday and Gannon discover that a psychedelic cult is mainly concerned with legalizing the sale of marijuana and LSD.
Brother William leads a psychedelic cult at his Temple of the Expanded Mind.
Dr. Smith makes a hard bargain when his dealings with a space trader go awry, and he finds himself in an intergalactic contract he's unable to break.
Dr. Smith lobbies to become king of a luxurious planet named Andronica, only to discover he's to be used as a human sacrifice.
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