Oscar wins a lot at the track -- with help from a friend's tips. Wanna guess?
A bizarre force sweeps through Chicago, killing randomly. It has the strength of a hurricane, generates a massive electromagnetic field, steals lead and electronic equipment, and sucks the bone marrow out of humans and animals. Kolchak (Darren McGavin) realizes he's onto a huge story - if he can find out exactly what this force is.
In a puff of smoke, Will and Dr. Smith are transported by an android vending machine to a fourth dimensional toyland, where they must negotiate with an alien toymaker for their freedom.
A female android, capable of human emotions, joins the Jupiter 2 - only to be rejected by Smith and the Robot because of her superior intelligence.
Endora buys Tabitha a toy piano and uses witchcraft to make her play like a virtuoso. When Darrin disapproves, Samantha accepts his challenge to learn the piano without witchcraft, taking lessons from Johann Sebastian Monroe. He hears Tabitha playing with Endora's help, and acclaims her a child prodigy. However, Samantha and Darrin declare they want Tabitha to have a normal childhood and reject a musical career for her. To take Monroe's mind off Tabitha, Samantha resolves to find a talented pupil for him. She follows the vibrations of distant music to a high school, and finds young Mathew Williams, the janitor's son, playing Liszt. Monroe brings Maestro Alfredo Ferranini, world famous conductor, to hear Tabitha. The Maestro is furious when Tabitha, without benefit of witchcraft, produces only random thumpings. Samantha reveals they deliberately discouraged him for Tabitha's sake, but have a real child prodigy for him. The Maestro and Monroe take over Mathew's career. Darrin praises Samantha for playing a song without witchcraft. When Tabitha expertly plays a small violin, Darrin is astonished, but Samantha scolds Endora.
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