Marcia nominates Mike for a “Father of the Year” award.
Marcia wants to nominate Mike for "Father of the Year." But she wants to keep it a secret, which means she'll have to break family rules to get it done.
Roger is overjoyed to discover that Steve's new book is all about him -- until he finds out that it paints him in an unflattering light.
When McCoy sees the white rabbit from Alice in Wonderland and is later stabbed by a black knight, the crew begins to realize that the idyllic planet they are visiting is anything but. Somehow, the planet holds the dangerous power to turn any thought into reality, and the Remastered version brings a crisp, cleaner look to all the oddities, as well as a wonderfully rich look to the planet as seen from orbit.
Blaming Archer for the Andorians' destruction of their P'Jem monastery after it was unmasked as a front for spying, the Vulcans insist on recalling T'Pol for reassignment. But the two planets' dispute embroils Archer and T'Pol on an away mission on Coridan, where they are rescued by unlikely allies and expose the factions at play.
The Enterprise discovers the male crew of a crashed Federation freighter hiding as fugitives on the planet Angel One, which is dominated and ruled by women.
Bajor's fifth moon Jeraddo must be evacuated to make way for a much-needed power plant for the home planet, but one old codger refuses to evacuate. Brian Keith guest stars as Mullibok, who forces Kira to realize just how much she and Bajor have changed in a few short months.
When McCoy sees the white rabbit from Alice in Wonderland and is later stabbed by a black knight, the crew begins to realize that the idyllic planet they are visiting is anything but. Somehow, the planet holds the dangerous power to turn any thought into reality.
Unable to persuade Tony to marry her, Jeannie decides she needs a mother's counsel. She blinks her eyes and Mama appears. Mama assures Jeannie Tony will change his mind if he thinks Jeannie is going to marry Roger. Tony asks Roger is he has met Jeannie's parents. Then Dr. Bellows announces he has bought the lot across the street. Roger asks to meet Jeannie's parents. She produces a house on Dr. Bellows' lot. Tony sees Dr. Bellows and General Hadley approaching the lot. Responding to Tony's pleas, Jeannie makes the house vanish. General Hadley and Dr. Bellows see Tony sitting in the weeds sipping tea. Making the house reappear, Jeannie produces parents for Roger's visit. Tony comes to the house and forbids Jeannie to marry Roger. Then Dr. Bellows drives up. Seeing the house, he becomes distraught, and runs to Tony. As the house disappears again, they see Roger sitting in the weeds. The following day, Roger tells Tony he found himself wandering around a vacant lot. When he returned to apologize, Jeannie and the house were gone. Smiling at Jeannie, hiding in his desk drawer, Tony assures Roger he will let him know if he ever meets Jeannie again.
Unable to persuade Tony to marry her, Jeannie decides she needs a mother's counsel.
The Stones become the laughing-stock of Hilldale after Alex takes to driving an antique car that he dubbed "Eloise".
Tod and Buz get involved in a custody case over a 9-year-old heiress and her drunken, gambling "uncle."
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