The ultimate mind game is unleashed, Spectrum, turned against itself. Captains Scarlet and Blue travel to outback Australia in a desperate attempt to unravel the Mysteron plans before it is too late.

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Sylvia Anderson ...
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Captain Blue / Narrator (voice) (as Edward Bishop)
Gary Files ...
Cadet Phil Machin (voice)
Cy Grant ...
Lieutenant Green (voice)
Donald Gray ...
David Healy ...
Major Stone (voice)
Janna Hill ...
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Martin King ...
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Helicopter A42 Pilot (featured in 'The Mysterons' flashback) (voice) (archive footage) (as Charles Tingwell)
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Captain Scarlet (voice)
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Elizabeth Morgan ...
Destiny Angel (featured in 'The Mysterons' flashback) (voice) (archive footage)
Lian-Shin Yang ...
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Jeremy Wilkin ...
Senior Cadet Joe Johnson (voice)
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The ultimate mind game is unleashed, Spectrum, turned against itself. Captains Scarlet and Blue travel to outback Australia in a desperate attempt to unravel the Mysteron plans before it is too late.

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The Mysterons: This is the voice of the Mysterons. We know that you can hear us Earthmen. The Spectrum organization will be torn apart from within. The traitor among you will create havoc and destroy morale.
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Deception down under
17 October 2016 | by See all my reviews

Not a perfect episode by any means, 'Traitor' does give us the show's one trip to Australia and introduces the Spectrum hovercraft (not really sure what they need with a hovercraft, but it does look just like you'd imagine it would). A series of accidents has the organization convinced there's a rat in its midst, which leads to the other difference in this episode: no real Mysteron involvement. Just fellow mistrusting humans. It feels cheap to resolve this with

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a faulty part on the hovercraft causing all the trouble. And the flashback to the pilot episode just feels like an apparent need to kill time. But the idea that man is a suspicious beast is an interesting one to play with.

But I still ended up missing Captain Black.

6/10


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