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The IMF must get three scientists out of a foreign country, but when one of them is killed, they must team up with scientist's son Alex to recover his father's notes. However, Dana and Alex's girlfriend are captured by the government and the IMF must free them and get the notes.
Jim and Dana arrive in a South American village, posing as a professor and his student visiting an archaeological ruin. A soldier checks their ID and lets them pass, and the two agents drive into the country. A group of armed local stop them and their leader, Alex Khora, exchange passwords with Jim. Jim then tells him that they got two scientists out of the country. Alex’s father refused to go with them and chose to stay to fight the government, and was killed for his efforts. Alex vows to make the government pay for his father’s death, and Jim explains that they’re there for his father’s notebook. Meanwhile, Dana notices a glint in the rearview mirror and alerts the others. Jim tells Alex to get his people out while he and Dana escape in the jeep...Read the full recap
Doug: Nothing, huh? What are you trying to do to yourself?
Doug: Walking around with a thirty caliber slug in your arm like it’s a mosquito bite.
Jim: We’ll shoot it with something, we’ll cut it out when we get clear.
Doug: Nah, forget that, it comes out now.
Jim: I got a lot of work to do, Doug.
Doug: Well, so have I. Now sit down.
Jim: There is not time.
Doug: I said sit down.
Colonel Bakram: I order you to accept it.
Father Sebastian: When you order me to accept peace, liberty, equality and justice, Colonel, I’ll obey you. But not until then.
When Doug and Barney lift the statue the first time on the soldiers' order, the imprint in the dirt is square, but the base of the statue is octagonal and the same width as the square pattern.
When Haratch looks out the square and checks the statue, the shot is from a few minutes later in the episode when Barney and Doug are hoisting it up. At the point where Haratch looks at it, it should be on the ground covering the sewer grille.