When celebrity illusionist Miles Stone disappears from his own stunt, Goren and Eames explore the exclusive and secretive world of magic.
Celebrity illusionist Miles Stone (Jeremy Gender) disappears from his own stunt, where he was to be resurrected after 31 days buried alive but the coffin is found empty. At the same time in Coney Island, veteran magician Carmine Cotello (Christopher Lloyd), Miles' friend and mentor, puts his new assistant Miranda (Kristen Connolly) in a box and shoves swords through the middle.
Scoundrels: Briscoe and Logan investigate when an underhanded lawyer is killed.
A woman bribing lovers with baby photos to imply paternity gets in over her head when she kills one of the victims. Jamey Sheridan and Courtney B. Vance also star.
Horace Gorman (Austin Pendleton) collapses at a subway station. He is rushed to the hospital and although he survives, his genitals have been cut off.
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.
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