This episode starts with Jordan driving down a deserted road, then his car is hit by a women driving a white mini. The driver turns out to be an interior decorator called Angela Baillie who appears to be a lot like a young Honor Blackman in both voice and looks. Later 'Special Branch' are asked to investigate a new organisation which is a lot like 'Greenpeace', this organisation is called 'The Guardians' and like 'Greenpeace' it is also against pollution and germ warfare. Jordan then goes to practise his target shooting at the ranges in work, but because of the accident his driving license is suspended by the traffic department's Inspector Dunwell. After some more investigation it turns out that Angela, the woman from the accident is also the sister of a scientist who died at a germ warfare plant. While having dinner with her, Jordan gets his warrant card stolen, so that protester Brian Daniels can use it to get past the security and into Wensly Chemicals. There are a few twists as Jordan is blamed for mistakes all the time and Angela turns out to be a major protester for 'The Guardians' and the organisation leader Colonel Harksted is revealed to be a Russian sleeper agent. The only bad point in this episode are the video effects, as there's a shot of Moxon with a coloured line all around his body, so the background isn't real but blue screen, he's just been added to it. This is a lot like the effects of someone floating in space, in episodes of the children's series 'The Tomorrow People' which was also made by Thames.
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