A pair of deep-cover Soviet spies masquerades as a typical DC couple whose children, neighbors, coworkers & friends are completely unaware of their activities. At home, they're the stereotypical parents of stereotypical kids; at work, they pose as travel agents; but at night, they weave a web of confidants, lovers, dupes, and historical figures from the Reagan-era Cold War. The startlingly realistic plot twists force the viewer to consider the real cost of an undeclared war, what it takes to protect one's beliefs, if it's worth it, and if it actually worked for either side. Written by
All's fair in love and cold war.
Did You Know?
In the Episode, "Experimental Prototype City of Tomorrow," where EPCOT is an element there are several goofs. First the name is wrong. The word city is used rather than Community (likely due to licensing reasons.) Next, the brochure on EPCOT shows a ferris wheel and a roller coaster. There was no ferris wheel anywhere near Orlando until 2014 and the only rollercoasters at Walt Disney World were Space Mountain and Big Thunder Mountain Railroad. The roller coaster itself never appeared in photos. No other coaster existed in Orlando at the time (with the exception of Big Thunder Mountain Railroad, which opened in 1980). See more
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