What do the Kennedy assassination, the 1963 disappearance of a private eye and a recent murder have in common? Jessica is determined to find out.
Jim is duped by a deputy district attorney, posing as a dead man, into infiltrating an underground poker game at the Bay City Boys Club to see if the high-stakes venture is actually rigged by the owners of the building.
The underworld attempts to take over San Francisco's wholesale produce area.
It's the worst kind of overexposure when world-renowned photographer Renny Sinclair is murdered while on assignment in Hawaii shooting the annual swimsuit edition of a top sports magazine.
Kirk, Spock, McCoy and a couple of red shirts beam down to the surface of a planet in answer to a fake distress call.
Extra-galactic beings commandeer the Enterprise in an attempt to return home.
Commander Riker is struck down by a deadly microbe which invades his central nervous system and attacks his brain.
As Kirk and Spock investigate a Starfleet tragedy, a friend of Kirk becomes endowed with godlike powers. To stop him, Kirk must hatch a risky plan.
The men of the Enterprise are victimized by a race of beautiful women who stay immortal by draining the lifeforce of men.
An alien virus picked up from the now-dead Psi 2000 outpost strips the crew of their inhibitions, causing chaos as each individual is overcome by hidden emotions -- even Spock. Meanwhile, the disabled crew have left the Enterprise unable to react to the planet break-up below that is pulling them down.
An alien virus picked up from the now-dead Psi 2000 outpost strips the crew of their inhibitions, causing chaos as each individual is overcome by hidden emotions, even Spock. The disabled crew have left the Enterprise unable to react to the planet break-up below that is pulling them down. The Remastered edition now offers the exterior of the doomed Psi 2000 station, the viewscreen shots of the planet are more realistic and intense, and even the ship's chronometers get an updated look.
An industrial but pre-warp planet's dangerous polaron technology seems to be the cause of a planet-wide wipeout discovered by the Voyager crew -- or did the visitors actually cause the problem in the near past?
Conclusion. Despite the Indians' increasing attacks on his riders, Curtis
Wade is determined to keep the Pony Express operating.
Part 1 of two. Ben isn't pleased when Little Joe says he plans to become a
Pony Express rider.
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