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1 - Quark

Original title : Quark
First Aired : 07.05.1977 (USA)
Director : Peter Hunt
Writing credits : Buck Henry
Cast : Douglas Fowley (Dr. O. B. Mudd), Misty Rowe (Interface)

The Story : An expanding enzyme cloud threatens to destroy the galaxy.

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2 - May the Source Be With You

Original title : May the Source Be With You
First Aired : 24.02.1978 (USA)
Director : Hy Averback
Writing credits : Steve Zacharias
Cast : Henry Silva (High Gorgon), Joe Burke (Gorgon Guard II), Cris Capen (Gorgon Guard I), Hans Conried (Voice of The Source), Rick Goldman (Worker One), Vernon E. Rowe (Worker Two), Paul Schumacher (Gorgon Man), Melissa Prophet (Gorgon Woman), Larry French (Gorgon Assistant)

The Story : Perma One is in a state of emergency as Gorgon has created the ultimate weapon to defeat the United Galaxy. Quark is given the secret weapon (The Source) by Palindrome. Quark must believe completely in The Source in order to defeat Gorgon.

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3 - The Old and the Beautiful

Original title : The Old and the Beautiful
First Aired : 03.03.1978 (USA)
Director : Hy Averback
Writing credits : Bruce Kane
Cast : Barbara Rhoades (Princess Carna), Dana House (The Handmaiden)

The Story : Expecting his usual garbage assignment, Quark is excited to hear that The Head has given an "extended romantic interlude" with Princess Carna of Kamamor. Troubles ensue when the crew encounters a stray space baggy carrying a virus which ages Quark 2 years for every hour.

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4 - The Good, the Bad, and the Ficus

Original title : The Good, the Bad, and the Ficus
First Aired : 10.03.1978 (USA)
Director : Hy Averback
Writing credits : Stuart Gillard
Cast : Geoffrey Lewis (Admiral Flint), Sean Fallon Walsh (Commander Kroll), Lee Travis (Commander Stark)

The Story : While on a routine mission, the ship is accidentally pulled into a black hole, which splits the crew into "good" and "evil" counterparts, with the exception of Ficus, who remains the same because "there are no good or evil plants, there are just plants". After Quark confronts his evil self on a nearby asteroid, he defeats him and sends the evil crew back through the black hole. As the evil crew is being sent back we hear evil Adam Quark say "Keep your deflectors up do-gooder! You haven't seen the last of this face!"

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5 - Goodbye Polumbus

Original title : Goodbye Polumbus
First Aired : 17.03.1978 (USA)
Director : Hy Averback
Writing credits : Bruce Kane
Cast : Denny Miller (Zoltar the Magnificent), Mindi Miller (Diane/Queen Lestra), Richard Devon (The Captain), Maggie Sullivan (The Teacher)

The Story : Quark and his crew are sent on a suicidal mission to Polumbus to discover why no one has returned alive. Quark and his crew fall prey to their fantasies as part of a fiendish plot by the dreaded Gorgons to drain the minds of the United Galaxy's most brilliant scientists. In this episode, Quark encounters a beautiful dream girl, Ficus encounters a teacher, the Bettys encounter clones of Quark, and Gene/Jean encounters Zoltar the Magnificent. In order to save his crew Quark must destroy the obelisk and free the "clay people".

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6 - All the Emperor's Quasi-Norms (1)

Original title : All the Emperor's Quasi-Norms (1)
First Aired : 24.03.1978 (USA)
Director : Bruce Bilson
Writing credits : Jonathan Kaufer
Cast : Joan Van Ark (Princess Libido), Ned York (Bar-Tel), Jerrold Ziman (Professor Dinsmore), Susan Backline (Guard #1), Keigh Atkinson (Guard #2), Ross Martin (Emperor Zorgon)

The Story : On a typical mission Quark is captured by Zorgon the Malevolent, who tries to learn from Quark what "it" is and where to find "it". Meanwhile, the Zorgon's daughter, Princess Libido, has fallen in love with Ficus. Ficus agrees to a meeting with Princess Libido and teaches her to "pollinate", which is how plants love. Meanwhile, Andy and Gene/Jean escape and disguise themselves as Gorgon scientists and Gene/Jean is asked to give a lecture on "it".

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7 - All the Emperor's Quasi-Norms (2)

Original title : All the Emperor's Quasi-Norms (2)
First Aired : 31.03.1978 (USA)
Director : Bruce Bilson
Writing credits : Jonathan Kaufer
Cast : Bruce M. Fisher (The Baron), Joan Van Ark (Princess Libido), Ned York (Bar-Tel), Jerrold Ziman (Professor Dinsmore), Gary Cashdollar (Guard #3), Barry Hostetler (Guard #4), Ross Martin (Emperor Zorgon), Ron Burke (Guard #5)

The Story : Ficus sacrifices himself and marries Princess Libido to save his crew. Meanwhile, Quark and the Bettys are sent down to the planet to be eaten by a Lizigoth, but are saved by The Baron. Quark is able to return to the Zorgon's ship, where Quark and Ficus bid farewell.

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8 - Vanessa 38-24-36

Original title : Vanessa 38-24-36
First Aired : 07.04.1978 (USA)
Director : Hy Averback
Writing credits : Robert A. Keats
Cast : Marianne Bunch (Dr. Cheryl Evans/Vanessa)

The Story : For Holiday Number 11, Palindrome gives Quark a new computer named Vanessa, which will have complete control over the ship. However, to prove her superiority, Vanessa tries to destroy Quark and his crew.

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