Steed and Emma visit a coastal town where several agents have disappeared and is extremely sparsely populated. Emma poses as a teacher but the school she attends has no children and Steed realizes that the inhabitants are using the names of dead people and are using the town as a trial run for an enemy invasion. Written by
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[during a friendly bout of fencing
We ought to get away... Down to the coast for a while.
[she turns round and Steeds slaps her on the behind with his sword
[they resume their swordfight
Why not? We can build sandcastles together.
I refuse to carry your bucket and spade.