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The entire second series of the first 'Star Trek' spin-off. In 'The
Child' Troi is impregnated by an unseen alien while sleeping and
soon gives birth to a rapidly-ageing child. 'Where Silence Has
Lease' sees the Enterprise trapped in a hole in space by an alien
entity wishing to conduct experiments on it. 'Elementary, Dear
Data' has Data and Geordi play at Holmes and Watson on the
holodeck, but their holographic Moriarty assumes its own identity
and threatens to take over the ship. 'The Outrageous Okona' finds
the Enterprise playing host to the larger-than-life Captain Okona.
'Loud as a Whisper' sees Troi helping deaf mute mediator Riva to
end an age-old galactic conflict when his three assistants, without
whom he is unable to communicate, are killed. In 'The Schizoid Man'
Data takes on characteristics of brilliant cyberneticist Dr Ira
Graves after witnessing his death on an away mission. 'Unnatural
Selection' has the Enterprise attempt to warn a genetic research
station of the outbreak of a rapid ageing disease. 'A Matter of
Honour' finds Riker forced to serve as first officer on a Klingon
vessel as part of an exchange scheme. In 'The Measure of a Man'
Riker is forced to prosecute Data in a court of law when the latter
attempts to resign from Starfleet. 'The Dauphin' sees Wes Crusher
get into trouble after falling in love with Salia, a young alien
woman who is soon to become Dauphin and thus end civil war on her
home planet. 'Contagion' has the Enterprise cross the Romulan
Neutral Zone in order to aid the USS Yamato, whose computer systems
have failed mysteriously. 'The Royale' finds Riker, Data and Worf
exploring an apparently barren planet and discovering a casino. In
'Time Squared' Picard doubts the safety of the Enterprise when they
pick up a Federation shuttle containing... Picard, sent back in
time from six hours in the future to warn of a catastrophe that has
yet to occur. 'The Icarus Factor' sees Riker shaken by a reunion
with his father, whom he has not seen for fifteen years. 'Pen Pals'
has Data reveal that he has broken the Prime Directive after
befriending an alien girl. 'Q-Who?' finds the Enterprise
transported to a far-flung Universe, where they encounter the
relentless part-human cybernetic beings known as the Borg.
'Samaritan Snare' sees both Picard and Wesley travelling to
starbase Scylla 515 - the former for cardiac surgery, the latter to
sit his Starfleet exams. In 'Up the Long Ladder' the Enterprise
crew are forced to mediate in a conflict between the Bringloidis,
whose planet is on the verge of destruction, and the Marisposans, a
clone race who wish to copy Riker and Pulaski's DNA. 'Manhunt' has
Troi's mother Lwaxana arrive on the Enterprise and sets her sights
on Picard, who seeks refuge in his holodeck Dixon Hill programme.
'The Emissary' finds Worf reunited with former lover K'Ehleyr when
she arrives as ambassador to a shipful of Klingons who are not
aware that the war with the Federation is over. In 'Peak
Performance' Riker takes charge of an old Starfleet vessel, the
Hathaway, in a war game against Picard and the Enterprise. Finally,
in 'Shades of Gray', Riker has to fight for his life when his
nervous system comes under attack from an alien organism.
For anyone who wants to learn how to catch a runaway pig, mend a
fence post, milk a cow, or throw an unforgettable barn party, this
engaging volume delivers timeless advice on accomplishing tasks big
and small around the house, garden, and farm. Featuring original
text and illustrations from the 1919 first edition, this
100th-anniversary volume presents a new generation of readers with
expert guidance on every facet of homesteading in a very handsomely
crafted package. With projects that range from practical (ridding a
yard of poison ivy) to downright bemusing (organizing a potato
peeling contest), this delightful book is equal parts useful and
entertaining. An ode to self-reliance brimming with wit, wisdom,
and nostalgia, this is a must-have for anyone who enjoys doing
things with their own two hands.
Feature-length spin-off special combining two popular 1970s series,
'The Six Million Dollar Man' and 'The Bionic Woman'. After ten
years in retirement, Steve Austin (Lee Majors) is persuaded out of
seclusion by his former boss, who asks for his help in taking down
a group of international terrorists known as Fortress. Jamie Somers
(Lindsay Wagner), Austin's ex-girlfriend, is similarly approached.
Austin and Somers must now brush up on their old powers and
overcome their personal differences in order to face up to the
challenge, especially after Austin's pilot son Michael (Tom
Schanley) is badly injured and kidnapped by the terrorists.
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