Thrush is using a fencing school in Mexico as a cover. Inside, young men are being trained to be "perfect" killers. They can even turn emotion on and off. Professor Stoller, the head of the...
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Thrush is using a fencing school in Mexico as a cover. Inside, young men are being trained to be "perfect" killers. They can even turn emotion on and off. Professor Stoller, the head of the operation, has selected his prize pupil, Greg Martin, to demonstrate how effective the trainees can be. Martin is to blow up a dam in Greece and destroy a small town in the process. Solo and Kuryakin desperately try to stop the young Thrushman. Complicating matters is a young woman who has fallen in love with Martin. Written by
At one point Christine Hobson's hair part suddenly changes from one side to another; it goes from on the left, to over on the right, and then back to on the left. The change to on the right was presumably because she was facing toward the right side of the frame and they didn't want her hair obscuring her face. See more »
Episode of THRUSH developing teenage Supermen to blow up towns/cities/population centers for a unknown reason (general panic?) Illya/Solo are alerted to their presence by an agent in Mexico who is killed but manages to direct them to a fencing training school where the supermen are being trained.
They then follow Martin to Greece where he is to blow up a town. The lovely Christine falls for Martin after seeing him once and assists him in evading UNCLE agents more than once. She does not believe Illya/Solo that they are actually the good guys even though I would imagine it would be hard not to. Perhaps she finds Martin so handsome that he couldn't possibly be a liar! A bit hard to believe that she would be so naive but there you go.
After she finds out that a package Martin gave her was actually a bomb to kill the UNCLE agents he eases any doubts by implying that he may marry her in the future. That certainly makes sense that a woman would fall for that...
The rest is basically standard stuff (THRUSH agents who couldn't hit a target if their life depended on it, which, as it turns out usually does, etc.). Better than Season 3 but that's not saying a whole lot.
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