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Paris, disguised as a businessman, is returning from a mission and captured by the Popular Revolutionary Front, terrorists led by the vicious Robert Siomney. When the terrorists try to force the release of three PRF prisoners, including group leader Jorge Cabal's son, Paris feigns illness so that medicine delivered to him by Barney can conceal a tracking device. The IMF must then turn Cabal against Siomney by convincing the government to fake the execution of Jorge's son.
Saturday December 19th, 1970
Guest StarsCo-Guest StarsUncredited
Outside the U.S. consulate in a Central American company, terrorist Robert Siomney reads an article about a hotel magnate leaving the country after three weeks of discussion with the government. The magnate is actually Paris, posing as the man in question to complete a mission. Paris comes out of the consulate and catches a taxi, and Siomney and his lieutenant Frederico follow. The taxi driver is in on the scheme, locks the doors, and pumps knockout gas into the back. Once Paris is unconscious, Siomney and Frederico remove him and drive away. As they head back to their headquarters, Siomney calls the government on behalf Jorge Cabal of the Popular Revolution Front. He demands that the government release three captive terrorists within 24 hours or Paris will be executed...Read the full recap
Doug appears, Willy doesn't. There is no opening briefing so Bob Johnson doesn't "appear" as the IMF tape voice.
Dana: So we’ve got nothing. A big zero.
Jim: No, not at all, Dana. Siomney and Cabal made a mistake, a very big one.
Barney: They kidnapped, Paris, not Walter A. Phelan.