Released in 1965, I Spy was a popular half-hour television drama starring Robert Culp and Bill Cosby as two American undercover agents traveling the globe doing spy stuff.
The episode Bossy recently caught in syndication begins when a European National blah blah defects and is transported to Mexico by blah:
But this doesn’t square up, because why is the European National being transported to Mexico when blah blah blah?
And then suddenly there were two bad guys who were tailing Robert Culp and Bill Cosby because hfhfkeo skklls dkfk zzzzzzzz:
Soon Robert Culp and Bill Cosby learn that the American spy transporting the European National is most likely crooked and planning the European National’s assassination. Except Robert Culp has been friends with this spy for years and can’t believe it. So he decides to confront him:
And then suddenly, in the middle of the confrontation, more bad guys begin shooting from an adjacent hill:
Temporarily out of harm’s way, Robert Culp realizes the bad guys were not aiming at his friend, which elevates his suspicions that he’s working for the other side, and so he confronts him again:
Then there was more shooting, and some falling, except Robert Culp and Bill Cosby remained unscathed. Even though Robert Culp’s friend died. And right after he died they discovered he wasn’t actually crooked and working for the other side after all. At least Bossy doesn’t think he was.
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