Mission: Impossible

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Having a collection of Cold-War villains and James Bondesque gadgets, 'Mission: Impossible' chronicles the exploits of the Impossible Missions Force (IMF), an elite American covert operations unit tasked with highly sensitive assignments. Led by Jim Phelps (Peter Graves), the team uses their cunning to battle dictators, evil organizations and crime lords against a backdrop of varied international locales.

Next Airings

  • 7/22 3:00AMThe Exchange
    "Cinnamon is captured by the enemy, and the team are unable to rescue her. With no other choice, they must recover an Eastern spy from Western capture, get him to give up his secrets, then exchange him in return for Cinnamon."
  • 7/29 3:00AMThe Mind of Stefan Miklos
    "The IMF must assure that the false information the U.S. government has slipped to an enemy agent, Townsend, remains unchallenged. The agent's co-worker has reported Townsend as a defector and the IMF must set up an elaborate scam to almost convince the investigating agent, the cold and logically ruthless Stefan Miklos, that Townsend indeed plans to defect. Only if Stefan sees through their false clues and realizes that someone is framing Townsend will he accept the agent's information as genuine."
  • 8/5 3:00AMThe Test Case
    "Dr. Oswald Beck is a biological warfare expert creating a deadly bacteria for an enemy country. The IMF must discredit Beck to his employers and destroy the virus."
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Episode Guide

Episode Guide

Season 1
  • Season 1
  • Season 2
  • Season 3
  • Season 4
  • Season 5
  • Season 6
  • Season 7

Ep 1: Pilot

IMF team leader Dan Briggs assembles his team for the first time. The mission: to recover two nuclear warheads belonging to General Rio Dominguez from a hotel vault in Santa Costa.

Ep 2: Memory

The IMF must undermine "The Butcher of the Balkans," Janos Karq, by having his head of security capture an agent, Sparrow, who will then incriminate Karq. To pull off the ruse, they need a memory expert, Baresh, who can memorize the necessary information.

Ep 3: Operation Rogosh

Imry Rogosh is a mass murderer who kills to foment political upheaval. He is targeting Los Angeles, so the IMF knock him out in a car accident. When Rogosh regains consciousness he is in a prison cell in his own country, three years later, and ready to be executed.

Ep 4: Old Man Out: Part 1

The IMF team goes in as a circus team to rescue Anton Cardinal Vossek, who is being held in the impregnable Seravno Prison. Vossek is the leader of the country's freedom movement, in rebellion against Colonel Scutari, and is awaiting a fake trial before execution.

Ep 5: Old Man Out: Part 2

Rollin manages to avoid the guards and escape, but Vossek is moved to a new cell in solitary confinement. Briggs comes up with a new plan and manages to relay it to the imprisoned Rollin.

Ep 6: Odds on Evil

Prince Iben Kostas plans to use his money to finance a war. Infiltrating his casino, the IMF team goes to work: First, disguised IMFer Andre breaks the bank at roulette thanks to a not-so-portable computer worn by Willie.

Ep 7: Wheels

In the country of Valeria, the IMF must ensure that the corrupt nationalist party's rigged voting machine doesn't give them the election.

Ep 8: The Ransom

A criminal has kidnapped the daughter of one of Briggs' friends, using her as collateral in a proposed exchange. The message is clear: the girl for a witness planning to testify in court and put the kidnapper behind bars for previous crimes.

Ep 9: A Spool There Was

Rollin and Cinnamon go it alone to recover a reel of recording wire containing information on a chemical warfare project aimed at the U.S. The courier carrying it was killed by the enemy, and the wire is missing.

Ep 10: The Carriers

Enemy agent Janos Passik is preparing to train 200 foreign agents to infiltrate the U.S. and engage in some form of bacteriological warfare. The team figures out that Passik has created a replica of a "typical American town" so as to train his agents.

Ep 11: Zubrovnik's Ghost

The wife of a deceased scientist, Kurt Zubrovnik, is being pressured by Eastern forces to work for them. They are using a phony psychic to convince her that her dead husband wants to defect.

Ep 12: Fakeout

Anastas Poltroni is the head of an international narcotics syndicate, and has taken refuge in a country with no extradition treaty. The IM Force is assigned to lure him out without kidnapping him.

Ep 13: Elena

Double-agent Elena Del Barra is acting bizarrely, sending a microfilm of defense secrets from her own country. Rollin is sent into investigate, and return the microfilm without its theft ever being detected.

Ep 14: The Short Tail Spy

A defector has been targeted by two rival groups from the same foreign country. The team is to discredit the younger group, so that the U.S. can more easily handle the old-line group.

Ep 15: The Legacy

The IMF must thwart four young Nazis from claiming Hitler's fortune, which they plan to use to finance a Fourth Reich.

Ep 16: The Reluctant Dragon

Dr. Cherlotov, a scientist of an enemy power, failed to defect to the West when his wife did. Now that he has developed a cheap and effective anti-ballistic system, the IMF are ordered to get him out.

Ep 17: The Frame

Gangster Jack Wellman is moving syndicated crime into politics, killing off targeted politicians and replacing them with men more sympathetic to Syndicate interests.

Ep 18: The Trial

Josef Varsh plans to put an American on trial on false charges, discredit the West and gain power. Rollin, disguised as Dan, meets with a woman who sold out her boyfriend/Western spy. Meanwhile, Briggs meets with the deputy minister, a rival of Varsh.

Ep 19: The Diamond

Henrik Durvard has taken over the country of Lombuanada by military coup, and holds the natives in terror. He has obtained a diamond from the native miners, and the IMF are assigned to take it away from him.

Ep 20: The Legend

An imprisoned member of the Nazi party, Herbert Raynor, is released from prison and is being flown (along with his daughter) to Puerto Huberra in South America, along with other Nazis. All of them are being flown there by an unknown benefactor.

Ep 21: Snowball in Hell

A former prison guard, Sefra, has acquired a supply of cesium 138, which explodes at temperatures above 70 degrees. Sefra plans to sell the sample and the formula from the closed-down prison base where he once worked.

Ep 22: The Confession

The team must break a Russian assassin who killed a U.S. senator and claims to be an agent for his government, but the secretary believes someone else may be involved.

Ep 23: Action!

Miklos Klaar, an Iron Curtain filmmaker, has film of American soldiers and plans to edit it into an atrocity movie to discredit the U.S.

Ep 24: The Train

Prime Minister Larya of Svardia is working to establish democracy, but is unaware that his personal protege, Deputy Premier Pavel, plans to set up a dictatorship. The team must persuade Larya of Pavel's plans.

Ep 25: Shock

Enemy operative Kiri has kidnapped U.S. envoy Carl Wilson and has an impostor, Gort, who is impersonating him to discredit a U.S. trade agreement. The team has to rescue Wilson and foil the impersonation before Kiri kills Wilson.

Ep 26: A Cube of Sugar

The IMF must work to free Vincent Deane, a jazz musician and undercover U.S. intelligence operative who has memorized the plans to a microcircuit code.

Ep 27: The Traitor

An American intelligence officer, Hughes, has defected to the enemy with the only copy of an encoded top-secret message. The IMF must get to him, get him out, discredit him and recover the message before the enemy can decode it.

Ep 28: The Psychic

The team must trick a crooked investment promoter into endorsing $80 million in stolen stocks and then getting them back from him.

Ep 1: The Widow

Alex Cresnic and his partner, Walters, have bought out an entire nation's heroin crop and are smuggling it into Marseilles for a sale—and it's up to the IMF to put them out of business.

Ep 2: Trek

The country of Santales sold a collection of Incan gold artifacts to save its economy, which were stolen by Jack Cole. Cole's accomplices are killed and Colonel Cardoza of Santales is in charge of extracting the location of the artifacts from Cole.

Ep 3: The Survivors

Two scientists and their wives have been kidnapped by enemy agent Eric Stavak. If Stavak doesn't get hold of a third scientist, the other two are useless and will be killed. If he gets the third, Stavak will have the key to an "ultimate weapon."

Ep 4: The Bank

Alfred Belzig, a bank director in the "East Zone," takes money from those trying to escape to the West, disposes of them and keeps the money. Belzig plans to use the $3 million he's accumulated to support a new Nazi party.

Ep 5: The Slave: Part 1

In the country of Elkabar, King Ibn Borca is conducting a brisk slave business with the aid of supplier Karl de Groot. The IMF team must put the two men out of business.

Ep 6: The Slave: Part 2

Willy kidnaps Princess Amara, wife of the king's brother, Fasar, who knows nothing of his brother's slave racket. Jim then sells her to Borca to force his brother, the prince, to accept that slavery is going on.

Ep 7: Operation "Heart"

Cinnamon poses as the wife of an archaeologist with a serious heart condition. He needs to be rescued, and an assassination plot needs to be foiled.

Ep 8: The Money Machine

Walter DuBruis, a crooked African financier, plans to use counterfeit money to pay off his debts, but the team plans to one-up him with their own counterfeit machine.

Ep 9: The Seal

Taggart, an industrialist, has a rare stolen statue that America needs to maintain a friendly relationship with a foreign country. He refuses to turn it over and the IMF is sent to get it. They need a cat, Rusty, to bypass Taggert's elaborate security.

Ep 10: Charity

The Hagars collect money for charity but keep it for themselves in the form of platinum bars. This con artist couple meets its match when Phelps and the IMF set out to put an end to the scam.

Ep 11: The Council: Part 1

Frank Wayne is the head of the syndicate, and by putting the Mob's ill-gotten gains in a Swiss bank account, he threatens to ruin the U.S. gold reserve. The IMF must recover the funds and put Wayne away.

Ep 12: The Council: Part 2

Rollin disguised as Wayne orders the death of Jim, who is impersonating a federal investigator, without getting the approval of the syndicate council. With Jim's killing as a distraction, Rollin breaks into the safe at syndicate headquarters and duplicates the financial records.

Ep 13: The Astrologer

Nicholai Kurzon, despite being exiled from his home country of Veyska by a military junta, leads a popular rebellion. He has been captured by the country's head of security, Colonel Stahl, and has a microfilm that contains the leaders of the revolution.

Ep 14: Echo of Yesterday

Cinnamon works to stop a munitions magnate who is supplying arms to neo-Nazis. She reawakens memories of his late wife, who was murdered by Hitler.

Ep 15: The Photographer

The team must get the key to a code from an American traitor before the country he works for distributes pneumonic plague bacillus throughout the U.S.

Ep 16: The Spy

Felicia Vabar, an enemy spy, has procured one of two overlays that was being sent to a meeting between NATO and a small European country. The overlays combined form a detailed map of NATO's missile defense system.

Ep 17: A Game of Chess

Nicholas Groat, a grandmaster chess player, organizes a team that plans to steal gold intended for the underground in an Eastern bloc country. However, the gold gets intercepted by the country's authorities, so it's up to the IMF to recover the loot.

Ep 18: The Emerald

A plan to devaluate U.S. currency was concealed on a valuable emerald by a U.S. spy, and the emerald was inadvertently obtained by Victor Tomar, an international arms dealer. Tomar is traveling by ship, as is Yorgi Petrosian, an enemy agent sent to recover the stone.

Ep 19: The Condemned

A childhood friend of Phelps is on death row in a Latin American country. He asks the IMF to spring him from prison.

Ep 20: The Counterfeiter

To bring down the man responsible for the manufacture of dangerous counterfeit drugs, Phelps poses as a crooked Federal drug enforcement agent who's willing to go on the take.

Ep 21: The Town

On holiday and going to meet Rollin at a mountain lodge, Jim stops off in a small town. However, a young couple drop a package containing a gas gun. Exposed, an old man named Doc takes Jim prisoner. The town, it turns out, is populated entirely by enemy agents.

Ep 22: The Killing

Burt Gordon has set up a new version of Murder, Inc. for the Syndicate. The IMF needs to get evidence of his actions and Jim and Cinnamon become Gordon's new neighbors and convince him of a spirit presence in their house.

Ep 23: The Phoenix

Former internal security director Stefan Prohosh has been demoted to director of a museum. He has stolen an experimental metal alloy and concealed it in a modern sculpture at his museum, planning to sell it to a foreign power to get them to back his bid.

Ep 24: Trial by Fury

The head of a country's freedom party, Manuel Delgado, has been imprisoned by the dictatorship of his country. Cardoza, Delgado's assistant and liaison with the outside, has had himself arrested but is now believed to be an informer by the other convicts.

Ep 25: Recovery

Paul Shipherd, a defector from the U.S., has been put in charge of dissecting a SAC bomber fail-safe at the Vatzia Institute. The IMF must steal the fail-safe and recover Shipherd.

Ep 1: The Heir Apparent

Cinnamon plays a long-lost princess to prevent a regent from taking over in a small Baltic monarchy. Of course, IMF's mission is to prevent a dictator from assuming the throne.

Ep 2: The Contenders: Part 1

Phelps and the IMF go after a crooked fight promoter who has gained a stranglehold over boxing and wants to extend the syndicate's influence into other sports worldwide.

Ep 3: The Contenders: Part 2

Phelps and the IMF go after a crooked fight promoter who has gained a stranglehold over boxing and wants to extend the syndicate's influence into other sports worldwide.

Ep 4: The Mercenaries

The IMF must bring down Colonel Hans Krim, the head of a mercenary army who has a ton of loot in gold bars hidden away in an inaccessible enclave. Rollin enlists while Jim and Cinnamon pose as gunrunners with Willy and Barney hidden in their truck.

Ep 5: The Execution

The IMF must stop Lewis Parma, a Syndicate man who is close to gaining total control of the food distribution industry in the U.S. To stop him, the IMF must get his hired assassin, Vic Duchell, to turn state's evidence, but Duchell is resolute.

Ep 6: The Cardinal

General Zepke plans to rise to power, and the only threat to him is Cardinal Souchek, who stands for a free people. Zepke has had Souchek imprisoned and plans to replace him with a double who will endorse him.

Ep 7: The Elixir

Riva Santel is the recent widow of the president of San Cordova. Deputy Premier Avilla plans to announce free elections, but Riva will declare herself dictator in a coup. The IMF must stop her. Pretending to be a film crew, the IMF team gets in.

Ep 8: The Diplomat

Information on U.S. missile control centers has been stolen and turned over to Valentin Yetkoff, military attache and agent of an enemy power. The IMF must keep Yetkoff from confirming the information and, in fact, leads him to believe it is false.

Ep 9: The Play

Milos Kuro, minister of culture, has been using propaganda to discredit his premier, Leon Vados. The IMF set up a special play for Kuro to have brought to his country and performed, but he's unaware that a special version has been prepared.

Ep 10: The Bargain

An exiled general, Neyron, is living in his private estate in Florida. He's cut a deal with Frank Layton, a Syndicate man. In return for a big payoff of several million dollars to finance his coup, Neyron will let Layton have all gambling rights in his country.

Ep 11: The Freeze

Albert Jenkins robbed an armored car five years ago, double-crossed his associates and hid the $10 million. He then managed to get himself arrested as "Raymond Barret" on a burglary charge he did not commit. In this way he can wait out the statute of limitations and then recover the stolen cash on his release.

Ep 12: The Exchange

During a mission in a half Western/half communist country, Cinnamon is caught and arrested after delivering information to the team. She is tortured and proves immune to everything except tactics that affect her claustrophobia.

Ep 13: The Mind of Stefan Miklos

The IMF team must convince an enemy intelligence agent, Stefan Miklos, that the information the government has given to Miklos' double agent, Townsend, is actually the real thing when Townsend's superiors believe he's turned against them.

Ep 14: The Test Case

A scientist of an enemy power, Dr. Oswald Beck, has developed a bacteria that causes a deadly cerebral spinal meningitis but becomes inert after a few hours within its victim. The IMF must destroy the preliminary culture and stop Beck.

Ep 15: The System

With the key witness in the trial against mob boss Constantine Victor murdered, the IMF has just 24 hours to convince Victor's close friend to testify against him in court.

Ep 16: The Glass Cage

The leader of a resistance organization is being held and tortured in an escape-proof prison. Because escape is impossible, the IMF's plan is to get inside and trick the officers in charge into willingly handing over the leader.

Ep 17: Doomsday

Carl Vandaam, a bankrupt European tycoon, has masterminded theft of plutonium to make a hydrogen bomb and is selling it to the highest bidder. To keep such a bomb from falling into the wrong hands the IMF must stop Vandaam.

Ep 18: Live Bait

Selby, a double-agent for the U.S. within an enemy country's intelligence service, is suspected by his superior, Kellerman. The IMF must keep Selby in the clear and eliminate Kellerman.

Ep 19: The Bunker: Part 1

Dr. Erich Rojak and his wife Anna are being held in an underground laboratory/bunker by a totalitarian enemy government. Another unfriendly government has sent an assassin, Ventlos, to kill Rojak.

Ep 20: The Bunker: Part 2

Willy and Anna escape through the furnace, while Barney must negotiate the hoverdisc through the ventilation system as part of their plan to get Rojak out of the compound.

Ep 21: Nitro

General Zek of Karak is opposed to a peace treaty between his country and Agir, and is working with a munitions maker named Ismir Najiid to start a war by destroying King Said during his announcement of the treaty.

Ep 22: Nicole

Jim is sent in to recover a list of allied agents from the enemy's highest ranking intelligence minister, Anton Valdas. Nicole Vedette's, Valdas' secretary, is apparently on the IMF's side but Jim decides not to use her.

Ep 23: The Vault

Phillipe Pereda, finance minister of Costa Mateo, has stolen $40 million from the vault of the country's president, De Varo. De Caro plans to announce the money will be used for an industrialization process. Pereda plans to frame the president for embezzlement.

Ep 24: Illusion

Skarbeck and Lom are rivals for the vacant post of chief of secret police in the East European Peoples Republic. As they are both hardliners, the IMF must eliminate both of them and make sure Paul Trock becomes the new chief.

Ep 25: The Interrogator

Agent Norvan Kruger knows about his country's plans to launch some kind of attack that will devastate the world. He's been captured by a second country unfriendly to the U.S. The IMF must spirit Norvan away from his captors in order to learn how to stop the attack.

Ep 1: The Code

Vincente Bravo, dictator of Nueva Tierra, is planning an invasion against a neighboring democracy, San Cristobal. The United Peoples' Republic is sending Nikor Janos with a coded invasion plan to help Bravo and set him up as puppet dictator.

Ep 2: The Numbers Game (aka The Key)

The IMF stages World War III complete with a nuclear holocaust, all for the benefit of one man, a former dictator who plans to return to power through an invasion funded by $600,000,000 he secreted away.

Ep 3: The Controllers: Part 1

With an Eastern Bloc nation perfecting a mind-controlling drug, the IMF devises a scheme to foment hostility within the ranks of the scientists responsible.

Ep 4: The Controllers: Part 2

With an Eastern Bloc nation perfecting a mind-controlling drug, the IMF devises a scheme to foment hostility within the ranks of the scientists responsible.

Ep 5: Fool's Gold

The kingdom of Bahkan has been asked by Igor Stravos, finance minister to the Federated People's Republic, to redeem his perfectly counterfeited currency in gold. If Bakhan can't prove Stravos' notes are counterfeit, the country's gold reserve will be decimated.

Ep 6: Commandante

Father Dominguin leads a democratic revolution in his country, but a local insurgent, Carlos, and an international revolutionary working for the far east, Juan Acero, have taken him prisoner and usurped the movement.

Ep 7: Mastermind

Lou Merrick has gathered blackmail evidence on ranking U.S. government officials and plans to turn it over to the Syndicate. The evidence is being held by Jonas Stone, Merrick's chief. The IMF must destroy Merrick and the blackmail file.

Ep 8: Robot

Deputy Premier Kamirov is keeping his premier "alive" by substituting a double, "Gemini." Kamirov plans to force Gemini as premier to announce his retirement and name Kamirov his successor. Kamirov will then kill Gemini and ally with the Iron Curtain again.

Ep 9: The Double Circle

Art collector Victor Laszlo and his partner, Dunson, have stolen a new fuel formula from the U.S. and killed the one scientist capable of duplicating the formula. The IMF must recover the formula from Laszlo.

Ep 10: The Brothers

King Selim of Qamadan, an American ally, has been secretly imprisoned by his brother, Prince Samandal, who controls the oil reserves and is brutalizing his people. The IMF must restore Selim to power.

Ep 11: Time Bomb

Spy Anton Malek was planted in the Federated People's Republic's atomic research program 12 years ago. Now, suffering from an incurable disease, he goes rogue and plans to transform the reactor into a nuclear bomb and wipe out the FPR's capital.

Ep 12: The Amnesiac

Three men engineered the theft of a sphere of trivanium from the U.S. Johan killed the third man, Silff, and blamed the disappearance on their leader, Vorda. Johan now plans to secretly sell the sphere.

Ep 13: The Falcon: Part 1

General Sabattini has faked the death of Prince Stephan and plans to force Stephan's fiancee, Francesca, to marry him and let him ascend the throne over the simpleton Prince Nicolai. Once he has married Francesca, Sabattini plans to kill all three.

Ep 14: The Falcon: Part 2

Barney manages to make his way to the vault despite his blindness and replace the real jewels with fakes. Paris disguised as Nicolai slips Francesca a gun and she fake-shoots herself at the altar.

Ep 16: Submarine

The East European Republic wants the location of a horde of Nazi gold from their prisoner Kruger Schtelman, who is due to be released in three days. Despite the efforts of interrogator Colonel Sardner, they haven't acquired the information.

Ep 15: The Falcon: Part 3

Paris survives the explosion but his cover (and his mask) is blown. Meanwhile, Sabattini has taken Jim to the imprisoned Stephan. A hidden Barney has placed a hidden projector screen in Stephan's cell while Jim has a projector in his briefcase. They create an optical illusion and are able to free Stephan from his cell.

Ep 17: Chico

Ramon Prado, a narcotics dealer, has stolen half of a microfilm containing a list of undercover agents. His rival, Arturo Sandoval, has the other half. The two men are trying to work out a truce to combine their two halves and sell the list.

Ep 18: Gitano (aka Toys)

When the young ruler of a small central European principality takes refuge after being deceived into thinking his regent intends to assassinate him, the IMF plots to "kidnap" the boy so as to remove him from the clutches of his real enemy.

Ep 19: Phantoms

The aging dictator Vorka plans to instigate an artistic purge with the help of his lieutenant Kull, and the IMF must assure he steps down and a less tyrannical deputy minister takes over.

Ep 20: Terror

The propaganda minister of Suroq, Vassier, is preparing to pardon Ismet El Kabir, a ruthless terrorist whom he secretly supports. The IMF must make sure El Kabir is never released.

Ep 21: Lover's Knot

The IMF must uncover "K," head of European espionage working against the U.S., using Lady Cora Weston, an enemy agent and the wife of an elderly British lord.

Ep 22: Orpheus

The IMF must stop the faceless killer Stravos in two days' time; only his superior, Bergman, can contact him but even Bergman doesn't know who he really is. Jim plays a U.S. agent and heroin addict who kills another agent and is forced to defect.

Ep 23: The Crane

Constantine, the guerrilla head of the People's Liberation Army of Logosia, has been captured by the corrupt government and the IMF must free him and help smash the military junta.

Ep 24: Death Squad

On vacation with Jim, Barney meets Alma, a beautiful artist, and Luis Corba, a jealous suitor, attacks Alma and accidentally kills himself. Luis' brother, the chief of police, arrests Barney and prepares to have him executed.

Ep 25: The Choice

Emile Vautrain, a mystic and charlatan, has gained sway over the Grand Duchess of Trent and plans to take control of the country. Jim and Prais fake a magic act to convince Vautrain they are working with First Minister Picard (loyal to the Grand Duchess).

Ep 26: The Martyr

Premier Rojek and his advisor, Czerny, put together a special congress of their youth organization to deter youth from following the memory of the deceased President Malik, a freedom fighter.

Ep 1: The Killer

The IMF is up against a contract killer who makes decisions at random at the last minute to ensure his moves are unpredictable. As Barney stands in for the intended victim, the IMF prepares for every contingency to thwart his plans and stop the killing spree.

Ep 2: Flip Side

The IMF must break up a drug-smuggling ring. Bracken gets his drugs from Mexico compliments of Diego Maximillian, who gets his drugs legally from C.W. Cameron. The IMF must connect Cameron to Bracken.

Ep 3: The Innocent

In the Middle East, Willy and Barney infiltrate a chemical plant to gain access to Dehominant-B, a quick-acting lethal gas. Barney is exposed to Dehominant-B and crippled; Willy escapes but Barney is captured.

Ep 4: Homecoming

When Jim returns to his hometown of Norville to donate family property to the community, he finds it plagued by a serial killer. Jim secretly brings in Barney to help investigate. A disturbed Vietnam vet is the suspected killer but Jim and Barney believe it could be someone else.

Ep 5: Flight

Presidente Rojas plans to give a speech to the U.S. Congress. Meanwhile, his Chief of Internal Security Ferrar is planning a takeover and sends an assassin known only as Plato to kill the Presidente before he gives his speech.

Ep 6: My Friend, My Enemy

A communist agent, Karl Maur, spots Paris on vacation, knocks him out and turns him over to Dr. Tabor, who is a brain specialist and mind control expert. Unable to break Paris, Tabor blanks out Paris' memories and uses an implanted electrode to program his mind.

Ep 7: Butterfly (aka Poor Butterfly)

The IMF works to exonerate an American businessman framed for the murder of his wife and marked for death in Japan.

Ep 8: Decoy

Anna Kerkoska plans to defect with a list of American agents given to her by her father, the late premier. Her brother, Alexi, also plans to defect, but it's actually a plan to grab the list, turn it over to Police Chief Petrovitch and sell out his sister.

Ep 9: The Amateur

A wannabe spy in an eastern European country happens upon an operation of the IMF team. But, in a cleaver twist, as this amateur's dreams of becoming a super sleuth turn to greed the IMF team manipulates him and government security forces to accomplish their mission and their escape.

Ep 10: Hunted

An extraction mission in South Africa goes suddenly awry when an interrogator arrives unexpectedly. A well disguised member of the IMF is wounded but then aided by an angel of mercy with a secret past and a reward-seeking friend.

Ep 11: The Rebel

The IMF must rescue three scientists in a dictatorial country and destroy their notes. They rescue two but the third one, Khora, refuses to leave and is executed. Jim and Dana meet with his son, Alex, (a rebel leader) to get his notes and Dana is captured.

Ep 12: Squeeze Play (aka Sicily)

As a dying drug kingpin prepares to turn over his heroin empire to his heir apparent, Paris and Dana go undercover to turn the kingpin against his heir and convince him that Paris is the better candidate.

Ep 13: The Hostage

After completing a mission, Paris is undercover as an American businessman and still in disguise when he is kidnapped by Latin American revolutionaries led by terrorist Robert Siomney. They ask for the release of three prisoners in return for Paris' life.

Ep 14: Takeover

Phelps must stop Charles Peck from using violence, created by professional provocateur Billy Walsh, to elevate his puppet, Mayor Steven Tallman, to the governorship. Dana is a provocateur herself, arrested by Barney, the current governor's representative.

Ep 15: Cat's Paw

Larry Collier, newspaper editor and Barney's brother, is killed while trying to establish a link between corrupt Police Chief Abbott and Corley, the head of a ghetto mob who masks his illegal activities with an insurance front company.

Ep 16: The Missile (aka Torpedo)

The IMF dupe two foreign agents into gathering intelligence on a bogus missile guidance system. However, the mission is interrupted when a psychotic kidnaps Dana.

Ep 17: The Field

An enemy power has launched a satellite containing a thermonuclear bomb and the IMF must destroy it. The control center on an island in the Adriatic Sea is surrounded by an impenetrable minefield designed by an American defector, Norris.

Ep 18: Blast

Gregory Tolan leads an underground cell specializing in bank robberies with the money going to finance an American revolution. His mysterious sponsor is Jonathan Brace, who runs other such cells throughout the U.S. The IMF must find out Brace's identity and stop his operation.

Ep 19: The Catafalque

In one of the IMF team's most audacious plans yet, they blatantly frame their victim and attempt to snatch the body of a deceased leader literally from under the noses of the honor guards. It's all part of Jim's plan to infuriate an official into revealing a sensitive document the U.S. government wants to get its hands on.

Ep 20: Kitara (aka The Bigot)

When government forces in a racist African country capture the leader of its resistance movement, the IMF devise a plan to manipulate the security official task with interrogating the man.

Ep 21: A Ghost Story

Howard Bainbridge, a chemical warfare expert who defected to the East, was contaminated by his own experiments and then returned back to the U.S. and his family manor, where his father (a paranoid arch-conservative) had him killed and the body buried.

Ep 22: The Party

Alexander Vanin, arrested and convicted for espionage, hid a list of agents operating in the U.S. His control, Mishenko of the EEPR, has been ordered to get the list but Vanin refuses to give in because then Mishenko would cut him loose.

Ep 23: The Merchant

Armand Anderssarian is an illegal arms dealer who is about to complete a multi-million dollar deal selling arms to guerrilla groups around the world—and it's up to the IMF to stop him.

Ep 1: Blind

An undercover agent, Hays, assigned to gather evidence against Syndicate head John Lawton is blinded in an explosion. Lawton's lieutenant, Deetrich, and his business advisor, Matula, are rivals, with Matula actually an IMF undercover plant.

Ep 2: Encore

Kroll and Stevens run the Northeast Syndicate and the IMF must bring them down. In '37 the two of them killed a rival mobster, hid the body and killed the witnesses, so the IMF needs to get Kroll to lead them to the remains.

Ep 3: The Tram

Two underworld leaders, Hatcher and Thorne, have called a conference of Syndicate leaders to form a massive holding/laundering company. The IMF must obtain their joint Swiss bank account number.

Ep 4: Mindbend

Alex Pierson, a rising Syndicate member, has recruited Dr. Burke, a psychopathic behavioral psychologist who has developed a way to program men into killers. Pierson lures in underworld criminals with an offer of plastic surgery and turns them over to Burke.

Ep 5: Shape-Up

The IMF topple a man who runs a dockyard for organized crime by making it seem that he's losing his mind.

Ep 6: The Miracle

Only two Syndicate men know where $8 million in heroin will be arriving: narcotics dealer Alvin Taylor and his executioner, Frank Kearney. When Jim approaches Kearney to make a deal and he refuses, Willie "shoots" Kearney.

Ep 7: Encounter

Syndicate boss Frank Brady and his underling, Martin Stoner, are terrorizing Southwestern businessmen, forcing them to partner with the Syndicate. The weak spot is Stoner's wife, Lois, who has become an alcoholic under the pressures of her husband's work.

Ep 8: Underwater

Berlinger, a millionaire manufacturer and stolen gem dealer, will be transferring diamonds to a Syndicate boss for $75 million. Only one man knows where the diamonds are: Hoffman, Berlinger's former lieutenant, who stole them.

Ep 9: Invasion

An earthquake damages the U.S.'s Distant Early Warning (DEW) system and a Defense Department advisor, Whitmore Channing, steals plans from the Air Force identifying the weak spots. Channing has hid the information for pick-up by an enemy agent the next day.

Ep 10: Blues (aka Hard Rock)

The IMF plots to bring down a corrupt music producer who murdered a singer he had under contract through manipulating his equally unscrupulous partner.

Ep 11: The Visitors

Publisher Granger is controlled by the Syndicate, killing reporters and protecting Syndicate-owned politicians in his state. The IMF must make sure the voters know what Granger is up to before the next elections.

Ep 12: Nerves

Wendell Hayes, the brother of an imprisoned Syndicate enforcer, has stolen a canister of nerve gas and threatens to use it if his brother, Cayman, isn't freed—the IMF must stop him and recover the gas.

Ep 13: Run for the Money

Syndicate members Trask and Mason control the Syndicate's illegal racing operations, with Trask ruthlessly dispatches the competition—the IMF must take them out.

Ep 14: The Connection

Reese Dolan is the new Syndicate heroin distributor on the East Coast. Dolan uses an island base off the coast of northwest Africa and is going to use it as a distribution point for heroin into the U.S. The IMF must identify his overseas opium source and put an end to Dolan's operation.

Ep 15: The Bride

Joe Corvin, a Syndicate money handler, ships millions through Swiss banks and the IMF must put him out of business. Corvin uses a courier that the IMF set up; Corvin has him killed and needs a new courier.

Ep 16: Stone Pillow (aka Big House)

The IMF need to locate photos implicating mob boss Vochek in a murder. The photos were being used to blackmail the mobster, and the man responsible for that scheme has since been sent to prison.

Ep 17: Image

Emil Gadsen has controlled the Syndicate's vice operation in the Northeast U.S. Now he plans to flee the country to avoid an indictment, leading his underling, Thor Coffin, in charge. Gadsen has a list of officials he pays off that he'll be taking with him.

Ep 18: Committed

Syndicate boss Chandler's alibi is provided by Lt. Governor Harrison, who is in Chandler's pocket. Chandler has the husband of the only witness, Nora Dawson, get her committed and proceeds to have her driven insane at a mental hospital he controls.

Ep 19: Bag Woman

The Syndicate is bribing a major politician, codenamed "C6," through their operatives Harry Fife and his chief killer, Jenkins. The IMF must find out who C6 is and get the evidence against him.

Ep 20: Double Dead

Shanks and Blake are Syndicate men who run the loan shark racket in Hawaii and are preparing to transfer $10 million to the mainland, leading to the Syndicate expanding their operations there. The IMF must stop the Syndicate's expansion.

Ep 21: Casino (aka Vacuum, Rumble)

In trying to expose organized crime connections within the gambling industry, the IMF frame a casino operator so that the mob's rivalries and lethal management methods will do the talking.

Ep 22: Trapped

An $8 million army payroll has been stolen from a base in Southeast Asia by the Stafford family, who are Syndicate drug smugglers. The IMF must recover the money. Jim and Barney steal a Stafford truck and then offer to sell it back to the family if they pay "protection."

Ep 1: Break!

Syndicate man Dutch Krebbs controls a large gambling operation. After an undercover IMF agent with a camera-watch disappears, presumably with recorded evidence against Krebbs, the IMF must find the agent's body and the watch.

Ep 2: Two Thousand

Joseph Collins, a nuclear physicist, steals plutonium and is going to sell it to an unidentified foreign interest through a man named Haig. The IMF must identify Haig and locate the plutonium. To that end, they make Collins believe that he is living 28 years after a nuclear war devastated the country.

Ep 3: The Deal

Willie overboard! Willie's disguise as the radio operator on one of the bad guys' yacht is penetrated early on. He is shot and left to swim for it while the rest of the IMF crew seek to go through with their plot.

Ep 4: Leona

Syndicate boss Mike Apollo has been infiltrated by a Federal agent, Parnell, who disappeared. The IMF assumes Apollo is torturing Parnell for information and sets out to find him.

Ep 5: TOD-5 (aka The Carrier)

When a member of a domestic terror group is sent to pick up a deadly biological weapon, the IMF convinces him that he's already been exposed to the germ.

Ep 6: Cocaine

Carl Reid, a Syndicate cocaine distributor, and his chief supplier, Fernando Laroca, have created an undetectable series of pickup and payoff locations that have baffled conventional law enforcement agencies. They're planning a huge shipment in 72 hours and it's up to the IMF team to stop them.

Ep 7: Underground

Gunther Schell, the brains behind many Syndicate operations, escaped with the aid of a gang specializing in smuggling criminals out of the country. The IMF must locate Schell and the millions in Syndicate money he hid.

Ep 8: Movie

Norman Shields is a Syndicate man controlling the entertainment industry with money supplied by Theodore Dane, and is sending his brother, Benjamin, with the money to finance a takeover. The IMF must get the records and bring Shields down.

Ep 9: Hit

The IMF needs to get proof that Syndicate chief Sam Dexter murdered his girlfriend, Vicki. Dexter is currently in prison on tax evasion and his unknown partner, the General, continues to extort millions.

Ep 10: Ultimatum

The IMF has 16 hours to find a nuclear bomb placed by an extortionist, Dr. Cooper, in one of seven Pacific Coast cities and his associates, who can disarm the bomb.

Ep 11: Kidnap

Crime boss Metzger determines that the IMF was responsible for the heist at the Aquarius Casino and kidnaps Jim when he and Barney are on vacation, forcing the IMF to recover evidence against him.

Ep 12: Crack-Up

Peter Cordel, a hit man and grandmaster chess player, has so far evaded capture. The IMF must bring him to justice and determine who in the Syndicate he works for.

Ep 13: The Puppet

Paul Ostro is the head of the Ostro family and a Syndicate member. After a hunting accident leaves him heavily bandaged, he announces a new $100 million Syndicate plan and the IMF must find out what it is.

Ep 14: Incarnate

Hannah O'Connel rules over a Syndicate family, including her two sons, who act as her lieutenants. Hannah masterminds the theft of a million dollars in gold bullion, and escaped to the Caribbean with her surviving son, Thomas.

Ep 15: Boomerang

Syndicator John Vayle, a member of the Luchek family, dies in a plane explosion. The IMF believes Vayle's wife, Eve, set him up to get a hold of records, which would be invaluable as evidence against Luchek.

Ep 16: The Question

Nicholas Varsi, an enemy assassin, has been captured but claims to be a defector who will reveal his mission to a government agency, the FIS, when he is guaranteed safe asylum. But the FIS may have been infiltrated by a deep-cover operative.

Ep 17: The Fountain

Syndicate executive Tom Bachman has stolen the computerized records from his rival, Matthew Drake, in a power struggle. Bachman is hiding in a village in Mexico from the crippled Drake, waiting for a hired pilot to take him to safety.

Ep 18: The Fighter

The IMF seek to undermine the involvement of organized crime in the boxing world by driving a wedge between a no-nonsense hood and his pushover partner.

Ep 19: Speed

Sam Hibbing, a major Syndicate drug dealer, stole three tons of amphetamines from a chemical plant and hid the stash in a secret location—the IMF must get to it before he sells it.

Ep 20: The Pendulum

Gunnar Malstrom leads the Pendulum, a secret terrorist group that is planning Operation Nightfall, targeted at the U.S. government. The IMF must stop it and bring Malstrom to justice.

Ep 21: The Western

The IMF make an art thief believe he is having premonitions that foretell his doom—unless he returns the loot.

Ep 22: Imitation

The Marnsburg Crown Jewels were brought to the U.S. and stolen from the UN Building. Jena Cole, a thief, is believed responsible but there are no leads on the location of the jewels.