In the first of two parts, Dr. Erich Rojak, a brilliant scientist, is being held in an underground bunker containing a laboratory where he is forced to work on a small but extremely powerful long-range missile. If he succeeds, the missile has the potential to change the balance of power between the East and the West. Rojak is cooperating only because his totalitarian government is holding his wife, Anna, and threatens to kill her unless he completes the missile. The IMF's assignment is to rescue Rojak and his wife and to destroy his missile research. But another unfriendly government has sent professional killer Alexander Ventlos to make certain Rojak never completes his work. Written by
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The elevator shaft leading underground is the same one used two episodes earlier in "Doomsday". See more
The Hollywood sign on the hillside and the Griffith observatory are visible in the distance. See more
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Good afternoon, Mr. Phelps. The man you are looking at is Dr. Erich Rojak, the brilliant scientist who is being held in an underground laboratory by a totalitarian enemy government. Because of his fear that they will kill his wife, Anna, Rojak has been forced to work on a small, but extremely powerful long-range missile, which, if successful, could dangerously affect the balance of world power. Another unfriendly government fears this even more than we do and has ...