At the London planetarium, Sloane has a rendezvous with a fellow U.N.I.T. agent - only to find him dead, two marks on his neck. Pursuing an attractive young woman, he is set upon by her minders, knocked out cold, and nearly electrocuted, until rescued by Torque. The dead agent had uncovered a plan to fire missiles at Caesar's Comet, thus altering its trajectory ( it passes Earth every 100 years ) and placing it on a collision course with North America. The villain of the piece is an old adversary - Jefferson Crane. But Crane died years ago...
Stephen Kandel wrote the 'Harry Mudd' episodes of 'Star Trek', as well as various 'Mission: Impossible' capers. Though set in England, no location filming was done. Nice moment when Sloane is nearly murdered by a fake tailor. And one very surreal one when polo players attack Sloane's van with sticks.
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