Can you I.D. television's greatest spies while they go undercover on MeTV?

Can you spy with your little eye which secret agent is in the picture?

In order to be a good spy, one of the top job qualifications is to be able to sneak into any area, complete your mission, and exit without a trace of being there. The television secret agents that pervaded airwaves in the '60s and '70's gave excellent examples of this. With teams that could infiltrate enemy camps, banks, shipyards and more, it's clear that television writers weren't messing around when it came to spy dramas. 

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However, many of the world's favorite secret agent performed similar missions on more than their own television shows. Some of them applied this same sneaky technique when they made special appearances on other programs, particularly MeTV shows that you can still watch now!

We're curious to see if you've kept a close eye on your screen; can you I.D. television's greatest spies while they go undercover on MeTV?

Your mission is clear. Good luck, agent!

  1. This spy makes multiple appearances on Columbo, playing a doctor, an investigator, and even an innocent bystander, depending on the episode you watch.
  2. This spy makes an appearance on Gunsmoke in season 3; in this episode, a powerful landowner threatens to wipe out Dodge when his daughter falls in love with the son of his archenemy. Matt has to find a way to stop it.
  3. This spy plays a recurring character on Barnaby Jones, a widowed daughter-in-law of the title character.
  4. This spy makes an appearance on Wonder Woman; during this episode, Wonder Woman poses as a bank robber to capture the world's most notorious thief.
  5. This spy makes an appearance on The Love Boat multiple times throughout the series, but made his initial appearance as Donald Richardson in the TV movie.
  6. This spy makes an appearance on Rawhide during season 3; there's a new drover who has spent the past five years in an Army hospital and is addicted to morphine.
  7. This spy makes an appearance on Perry Mason during season 7; Frenchman Phillipe falls for a married woman, taking her away from a violently abusive husband. When the ex-husband dies piloting his airplane, Phillipe is blamed for drugging him.
  8. This spy makes an appearance on Wagon Train in season 4; one murder begets a second murder while a treacherous journey awaits the wagon train. Now there may be a renegade and murderer in their midst, a situation Adams must resolve before continuing.

Can you I.D. television's greatest spies while they go undercover on MeTV?

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DIGGER1 5 months ago
Can you I.D. television's greatest spies while they go undercover on MeTV?
You got 8 out of 8
Nicely done! You have a keen eye for spies!
idkwut2use 8 months ago
You got 6 out of 8
Nicely done! You have a keen eye for spies!
Rickey 8 months ago
You got 8 out of 8
Nicely done! You have a keen eye for spies!
Brownthunder 10 months ago
7/8 would have gotten all 8, #6 didn't look like Robert Culp to me?
Walter 10 months ago
Culp did indeed appear as described in episode 66 overall ( or episode 12 of season 3 ), depending how you count your episodes.
Walter 10 months ago
I recognized all the spies
LindaWilliams 10 months ago
You got 8 out of 8
Nicely done! You have a keen eye for spies!
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MaryHelen 11 months ago
8/8 correct! where's my score???
Geronimo 11 months ago
In Question #6, that doesn't look like Robert Culp🤔
EllisClevenger 11 months ago
You got 8 out of 8
Nicely done! You have a keen eye for spies!
Runeshaper 11 months ago
You got 5 out of 8
You definitely can sense when something's amiss; good guessing!
JeffTanner 11 months ago
''You got 8 out of 8'' -------------Nicely done! You have a keen eye for spies!
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