Two-hundred trainees are learning how to act like typical Americans in an enemy plot that involves bacterial warfare. Four IMF agents infiltrate this group and wind up in a recreation of a typical American town.
Somewhere behind the Iron Curtain, a replica of an American town has been created. Operatives are being trained in various jobs, all of which would bring them into contact with many people in a short amount of time. What the operatives don't know is they will be infected with a plague, which they will spread. The IMF infiltrates the training facility. Its mission is to bring down the man who has organized the plot. Written by
Even though Lalo Schifrin is credited with the score, there is not original scoring in the episode and the music is tracked from other episodes. See more »
When Barney enters the lab to tell Rollin that the elevator is going up, Rollin has already removed his green lab gown. In the next close-up of Rollin's cut hand, he is still wearing the gown. See more »
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Good Morning, Mr. Briggs. This is Yanosh Passik, an enemy expert on American traditions, slang, and customs. Passik is gathering some 200 agents who are in final training learning to act as Americans for a special operation. All we know about the plan is that it will be some form of bacteriological warfare against the United States. Your mission, should you decide to accept it, is to get into that training center and stop Passik. Make certain his plan fails. Put him ...
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In response to the "plot hole" pointed out by cwaters; I think the ending is supposed to imply that leader will become sick and die, which doesn't seem to bother the IMF at all. What's really brutal about that is that almost certainly some of his unwitting followers will die as well. Hell, the whole country might get wiped out. As far as them getting infected and then coming to the U.S., I think we're supposed to believe that once it's been spread and the symptoms become apparent, there won't be time to get them on a plane. Remember, they didn't sign up to be carriers. So once they feel sick and start keeling over, they're probably gonna be pretty upset.
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