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Appearing in "The Strange Crew of the Pegasus"

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Synopsis for "The Strange Crew of the Pegasus"

Captain Conrad treats his crew harshly so he can't get anyone to ship out with him. He meets some men on the dock who agree to man his vessel but they disappear while at sea. The captain takes the wheel only to discover he and his vessel have been kidnapped by a large spacecraft to be deposited in a museum exhibit on Jupiter.

Appearing in "Don't Cross Your Bridges!"

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Synopsis for "Don't Cross Your Bridges!"

Two couples are traveling when they come upon an old man by bridge. He tells them the toll to cross is a true smile from the heart. They are enjoying their vacation and can easily pay the toll but once across they are astonished at the beauty of the land and greed strikes at their hearts. They rush back to the car and fight with one another before agreeing to buy up the property together and sell it. When they return to the bridge they find that the old man will not accept their fake smiles and refuses to lower it.

Appearing in "Super-Salesman"

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Johnny is a cosmetics salesman who discovers that he is working for aliens from a parallel world who want him to sell a vanishing cream which transports the wearer to their world for study. Johnny realizes that he can send the aliens back to their own world because they have a skin sagging problem while they attempt to disguise themselves as humans. He switches the labels that he's got left over from old stock of wrinkle cream onto the jars of vanishing cream and sells it back to them.

Appearing in "The Man Who Knew Too Much"

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Synopsis for "The Man Who Knew Too Much"

Victor writes a book about Neptune but can't find a publisher until he finds one not even listed in the phone book and submits his book to them. He begins to receive plenty of fan mail and a five thousand dollar royalty check but can't find his book displayed in any store. The publisher calls him and tells him he wants to fly him out at night to a lecture and when Victor takes off he discovers that he's in a rocket on the way to Neptune.

Appearing in "Blind Alley"

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Two psychological researchers go to a funhouse where they are made to participate in a difficult reasoning challenge by aliens similar to what they put the lab guinea pig through.

Appearing in "Thumbs Down for the Gladiator"

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Synopsis for "Thumbs Down for the Gladiator"

Tony the boxer is framed by his cousin and while dreaming in his cell experiences the memories of a former life. A gladiator in Nero's forum is implicated in a plot against the emperor and escapes his cell to force a confession from his sponsor. Tony wakes and reenacts the events from the dream to clear his name.

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