and Jeffrey arrive in Egypt, 1922, in the Valley of the Kings, the
area where most of the Pharaohs are buried. An archaeological
dig is taking place. Suddenly, panic erupts when Howard Carter, the
leader of the excavation is trapped in a tomb when it collapses. The
Voyagers rush to help dig him out and he and his partner Lord
Carnarvon announce that the tombs are too dangerous to continue
Jeffrey realizes that they should have found King
Tutankhamen in the tomb- (he had been buried in the wrong place.) They
decided to go back and correct this historical mistake. Jeffrey
can only guess at the correct time period, and he choses 1311, B.C.
They come upon an old goat herder that who tells them that King Tutankhamen died some forty years earlier. The duo head to 1356 B.C. and come upon Tut, the boy king, dangling from a rope off on a cliff. His half-sister-stepmother -in-law Nefertiti, Uncle Ay and Gen. Horemhep below are too far away to help him. Bogg climbs down from the side of the cliff and rescues Tut.
Remembering the Alamo
(Revision Date: September 9, 1982 Written By: Bruce Shelly and Stephen Zito
They help some wagoneers push a wagon out of a mud-hole, but it slips and Jeffrey falls beneath the wheels. He is rescued by one of the men, the 'man' turns out to be a woman named Ella Curtis. The leader of the wagoneers runs over to the strangers and introduces himself: He's Davy Crockett! Bogg and Jeffrey ride with the wagon for awhile and Bogg is attracted to Ella. Jeffrey is alarmed when he discovers where they are headed, the Alamo.The men are planning to hold of Gen. Santa Ana's army and Jeffrey is the only one who knows that they'll all be slaughtered. Bogg has no knowledge of the coming massacre and promises that he and Jeffrey will help.
On the way to the fort, Bogg and Ella become close. She tells him of her dream that one day women will be treated equally and be able to vote. Jeffrey takes Bogg aside and tells him that they should go back to Switzerland. Bogg is adamant that they are supposed to stay and help. He also reveals that that he has fallen in love with Ella (Surprise! Surprise! Those this episode date was supposed to have been aired earlier in the season, before Bogg falls in love with Mabel Hubbard) Jeffrey forces him to check the omni, and finds its green. Their job is done and its time to go. Bogg goes to Ella and tells her that he has to leave. Jeffrey triggers the omni, unaware that Bogg's hat with Churchill's plans in them has been left behind.
They arrive in Switzerland, and before long Mata finds them and she and Bogg go off together. Bogg reluctantly romances her in order to get the plans from her, and she does the same to him, unaware that neither of them have the documents. Mata casually inquires about the whereabouts of Bogg's hat and she is livid when he tells her that he lost it. She pulls a gun on him and reveals that the plans were in the hat. Bogg grabs the weapon and captures Mata, then turns her over to an amazed Churchill along with the promise to find the plans.
They are preparing to return to the Alamo when Jeffrey tells Bogg that the battle was a massacre, everyone in the fort having died. Bogg leaves Jeffrey behind and returns to the Alamo. He finds Ella and tells her that the battle is lost and that she must leave, but she refuses to go. Bogg and Ella kiss goodbye and he prepares to return to Jeffrey, but at that instant Ella is rendered unconscious by a falling wall. Bogg grabs her and activates the omni.
Later, he revives her by a river bank and tells her that her friends are dead and that she is the only survivor. She wishes she that she had died with them and breaks down in Bogg's arms. Bogg reluctantly leaves Ella behind and returns to Switzerland to hand over the plans to Churchill.
The King and the Voyager!
(Revision Date: October 25, 1982, Written By: Nick Thiel)
The Produced episode that aired was Barriers of Sound – a very different version.
In 1649 Paris, France, Queen Anne is desperately searching for a way to get her eleven-year-old son, King Louis XIV, out of the city. An angry mob is at the palace gates, demanding that someone else be King. Bogg and Jeffrey arrive, landing right in the King's chamber. King Louis XIV had the longest reign of any King of France-and Jeffrey realizes that if they don't help get Louis out of the city, he will be killed. Bogg suggests that Jeffrey impersonate Louis, while he and the Queen's aide Moliere smuggle the boy king to San Germaine. As the trio leave Bogg gives Jeffrey the omni in case someone shouts "Off with his head!", and he has to make a fast escape.
The next day, Jeffrey awakens to discover that being a King isn't too bad. He is given gourmet meals and fencing lessons. Out on the road, Bogg is having difficulties with Louis, who turns out to be a spoiled brat! When the only food Bogg has is beef jerky, the King refuses to eat it. Back at the castle, Jeffrey hides his true identity behind a fencing mask when Charles De Lorraine, the leader of the opposition, arrives to see the King. Charles isn't fooled for a minute. He tears off Jeffrey's mask and the deception is revealed. His men seize Jeffrey and the Queen and intend to give them to the mob. Jeffrey and Andre hold off Charles' men with swords while Queen Anne tries to get away.
Charles grabs her and instructs his men to get Jeffrey. The boy makes a run for it and finds himself trapped in the palace garden. He quickly pulls out the omni and disappears, landing in 1890 Texas in front of a farmhouse. He immediately checks the omni and discovers that its red. Jeffrey comes upon an old man (Thomas) who tells him that Mrs. Eisenhower is having a difficult delivery. Jeffrey realizes the baby in question is Dwight David Eisenhower, future president of the United States. When Jeffrey suggests that Thomas call a doctor on the telephone, Thomas is incredulous-he has never heard of a telephone! Thinking Jeffrey is crazy, Thomas runs into the house. Jeffrey decides to hold off on helping Bogg and heads to Boston, Massachusetts, 1876 to try and fix the telephone.
He lands in front of the run-down brownstone where Alexander Graham Bell lives. Down the street, a group of boys are playing with firecrackers and one of them goes off underneath a horse drawn wagon. The horse bolts and careens madly down the street toward a young woman walking obliviously across the road. Jeffrey instantly dives into the street and shoves her out of the way of the wagon. When the woman doesn't respond to his questions, Jeffrey realizes that she is deaf. As Jeffrey and Mabel walk along the street, she explains that she is upset because her fiancee, Alexander Graham Bell has decided to stop working on the telephone. Bell has decided to accept a teaching position at Boston University and forget about inventing. Mabel then declares that she won't marry him if he gives up his dreams.
Back in France, Bogg, Louis and Moliere enter a pub, unaware that Charles and his men are there. Louis refuses to pose as a commoner and loudly complains about the food. When a waitress asks, "Who do you think you are? King Louis himself?", he replies, "That's exactly who I am!"
All hell breaks loose when Charles and his men attack the trio and the bar erupts into a brawl. They manage to escape, and Charles says that they'll return when they hear that Queen Anne will be hung.
in Boston, Jeffrey and Mabel go to see Mr. Hubbard to try to get him
to reconsider withdrawing his financial support. Jeffrey shows
him the potential of the telephone when he makes one of two tin cans
and a piece of string. An amazed Hubbard is convinced, and he
writes Jeffrey a check to pay for the telephone. Later, Jeffrey helps
Bell put the finishing touches on the telephone.
Returning to France to help his fellow Voyager, Bogg, Jeffrey, Louis and Moliere go back to Paris and rescue Queen Anne from the gallows. Afterward, Louis promises to be a good ruler and grants Jeffrey the power of a King whenever he is at the palace. Using those powers, Jeffrey takes charge of the omni and he and Bogg return to 1890 Texas and help in Ms. Eisenhower's delivery.