Portugal 1812 - The Spanish village of Adrados has been overtaken by a horde of French, Spanish and British deserters and they have taken two English women hostage.
Portugal 1812 - The Spanish village of Adrados has been overtaken by a horde of French, Spanish and British deserters and they have taken two English women hostage, Sarah Dubreton and Lady Isabella Farthingdale. Captain Sharpe is assigned the task of delivering the ransom, much to the disgust of Sir Augustus Farthingdale.
Caroline decides to stay home while Charles takes the girls on a trip, but this rare alone time is aggravated when a minor scratch on her leg flares into a major infection. Caroline is close to death when Charles finally gets home to her, and in the wake of this terrifying event, the family realizes--more than ever--the invaluable role of this beloved wife and mother in their lives.
At a train station, Mary, Laura, and Carl wander into a caboose. Without warning, the caboose begins to move, and it soon is on a crash course with an oncoming train.
Lucy enters a mountain climbing contest in an effort to keep her job.
Endora is at it again. Darrin, who has been perplexed by his mother-in-law for all these years still hasn't learned that no matter how he tries, Endora will never like mortals. In this story, Darrin has given in to Samantha and is trying to be pleasant and agreeable to his mother-in-law. Endora decides to cast a spell on Darrin whereby he makes himself agreeable to everyone and everything. He agrees to help save starlings and to many other charitable organizations in the neighborhood. In the office, Darrin, now under Endora's spell, attempts being agreeable but is in such terrible condition that all he achieves is getting fired. Samantha uses her witchy powers to get Darrin another job. Before he takes the new job, Samantha realizes that Endora has put a spell on him and makes her mother remove the spell.
Darrin is freed from his agreeable spell and gets his old job back.
Kirk investigates a planet with an Earth-like 1920s gangster culture.
The Enterprise goes back in time and discovers a mysterious stranger trying to interfere with 20th-century events.
Astronaut Robert Gaines returns from space to a world that is not exactly the one he left from.
An astronaut arrives back on Earth, then notices several differences.
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