Opie makes friends with Tommy, the new kid in town. Tommy is a bit mischevious, climbing up on the roof of Andy's building, and taking out a gun from Andy's gun rack even after Andy warns him TWICE not to. Goober gets a dog which he names "Spot" (because there are no spots). Tommy hides one of his walkie-talkies in Spot's collar and he and Opie lead Goober on to thinking that Spot can talk. The tables are turned, however, when Andy uses Tommy's love of horses to teach him a lesson.moreless
Eddie's friend says that he will be running away from home, and tries to convince Eddie to do the same. When the family is nice to Eddie, he says they are being mean, and says he will run away and live in a cave in the woods. Herman plays along, thinking if he lets him leave, he'll come back. When Eddie leaves and doesn't return, Herman goes to look for him. He goes to the cave and takes home what he thinks is Eddie--but is really a baby bear.moreless
The State Department asks Admiral Nelson to transport a young prince back to his homeland so that he may assume the throne. While on the lookout for enemy ships, the Seaview picks up an old man adrift at sea. The mysterious castaway has a few lessons to teach the future king.moreless
In Part Two, Ballard follows up on a lead from Minns' apartment: a list of names. He finds that they're all children -- special children. Minerva Gordon is blind, Danny Masters is a deaf mute, others are handicapped in various ways. He makes preparations to protect the kids from Minns, to no avail. He then sets up a series of roadblocks on the road to Wichita, where a spaceship is being built. Ballard and Minns have a confrontation at the warehouse. At first, Minns and the others are in the dark about what will happen to the children. Then the alien intelligence reveals the final explanation to Minns and he takes Ballard inside the ship. He finds that the damaged children are whole again, and well. Crutches and leg braces lay on the deck, unneeded. Minerva can see, and Danny can hear and speak. Minns tells Ballard that the atmosphere in the ship duplicates that of the planet they'll be travelling to. And that, if taken off the ship, the children will immediately revert. He says that they will be going to a planet that had been wiped out by a catastrophe, and they would be colonizing the planet. All four of the soldiers would accompany the children. Now that the doubts about their mission have been erased, they all agree readily.moreless
Dennis and a boy George is responsible for are left without a babysitter when, after agreeing to allow one person to sit them both, Henry and George mistakenly both cancel their respective sitters.moreless
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