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Mobster Lou Merrick has collected a million dollars in blackmail from government officials, and plans to use it to buy into the Syndicate's narcotic trade. The IMF must first drug his boss Stone then convince Merrick that the paralyzed mobster is "speaking" through clairvoyant Paris, to convince Merrick to invest the million dollars in a phony drug deal they've set up.
Jim goes to a pirate ship museum on the docks and picks up his briefing from a chest. He’s informed that blackmail evidence has been engineered by Syndicate mobster Lou Merrick, who will turn it over to the Syndicate at their national convention in a week. Merrick’s boss, Jonas Stone, is holding the evidence, the aging local Syndicate chief who has been grooming Merrick as his successor. The IMF must stop Merrick and get the blackmail files...Read the full recap
Guest agents: Dr. Irving Berman, pharmaceutical man Thomas Galvin, Nurse Larkin, the Phillip's Maintenance Service
The character of Carson is referred to as "Carter" in the end credits.
The crossword puzzle that Carson is working on at the hospital is filled with gibberish words.
The tumblers that Barney tampers with have only four single digits.
But the dial has at least sixty numbers, and three numbers to be dialed. Which would be impossible to achieve with the internal tumblers shown.