The Enterprise arrives at a planet where a virus puts humans in a chronic childlike state. When Kirk and his team become victims, only Bones can help.
The master Kobliad criminal-scientist Rao Vantika is presumed dead after an inmate transport fire, but his wily pursuer Ty Kajada is not so sure. Her incredible tales of how Vantika has already prolonged his life finally hit home: Vantika has implanted his consciousness into Dr. Bashir, who tries to "escape" with Vantika's henchmen.
Tipped off by a crazed runaway who is far more than he seems, Kirk investigates an experimental facility at Tantalus II for mentally ill criminals and finds a sinister scheme behind its amazing research.
Tipped off by a crazed runaway who is far more than he seems, Kirk investigates an experimental facility at Tantalus II for mentally ill criminals and finds a sinister scheme behind its amazing research. The mystery of the vast Tantalus II colony and the Enterprise journey there get the usual spectacular Remastered treatment.
Encountering a new civilization on Akaali, Archer discovers that another space-faring culture has already made contact. But when an Akaali women blames the visiting Malurians for a widespread sickness, Archer and his staff don Akaali disguises to probe the Malurians covertly.
Picard is forced to make a difficult choice when Wesley Crusher accidentally breaks a law on Rubicon III and is sentenced to death.
In a crossing of transporter beaming, Harry Kim is swapped out for a corpse of the Vhnori people during one of their sacred funeral rituals. Getting him back creates tension by exposing the Vhnori's "Next Emanation" afterlife as simply subspace vacuoles -- or does it?