In the pilot episode, the Simons are hired to find the stepdaughter of a popular newscaster who has mob connections.
In the exciting conclusion of "Galactica Discovers Earth, " Capt. Troy and Lieut. Dillon are running out of time to stop Xaviar from bringing advanced rocket technology to the Nazis in 1944 Germany. Robyn Douglass stars as Jamie Hamilton, a tyro television newswoman who senses a big story when she meets the pilots. Also in the cast are Robbie Rist as Dr. Zee, a 14-year-old boy with a mind a thousand years ahead of his time. Earthlings include Robert Reed as Professor Mortinson, the scientist to whom Troy and Dillon give highly sophisticated data, and his secretary Carlyle, played by Pamela Shoop. On the staff of United Broadcasting are Fred Holliday and Sharon Acker.
An IRS audit and a recently paroled mob hit man with an ax to grind add up to one bad week for Jim Rockford. To escape from it all, Jim heads to the mountains with a pretty accountant. But soon enough, he has more company.
The ghost of a murder victim points an otherworldly finger at the prime suspect in his case, who happens to be his wife.
A traitorous SIA agent obstructs Al Mundy's attempts to track down a laser gun being developed by the Chinese.
Al Mundy tricks his former protege into recovering the stolen jewels of La Monica.
Kirk beams down to the planet Gideon and appears to find himself trapped on the deserted Enterprise.
In a shocking revelation to Quark and Rom, the Grand Nagus Zek reveals he has re-written the Ferengi Rules of Acquisition; a move which threatens to cripple the Ferengi Empire.
Two survivors of a devasted planet remain committed to destroying one another.
KKirk is abducted by aliens who wish to use him to help solve their overpopulation problem.
Data becomes a father when he creates a Soong-type android in the form of a daughter named Lal. Issues are complicated when Lal starts showing signs of a more evolved consciousness.
Al Mundy is assigned to steal a stolen sample of a revolutionary jet fuel from an international fence.
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