I Spy

Season 3 Episode 6

The Honorable Assassins

2
Aired Wednesday 10:00 PM Oct 16, 1967 on NBC
8.9
out of 10
User Rating
10 votes
0

EPISODE REVIEWS
By TV.com Users

Episode Summary

EDIT

Kelly and Scotty have a meeting scheduled in Marrakesh, but get sidetracked after they agree to help an elderly man leave the country before he is killed by assassins.

Who was the Episode MVP ?

Friday
No results found.
Saturday
No results found.
Sunday
No results found.
SUBMIT REVIEW

    Trivia, Notes, Quotes and Allusions

    FILTER BY TYPE

    • TRIVIA (1)

      • The ditty sung by Kelly, Scotty, and Fraulein while in the car is "The Schnitzelbank Song", a German-language children's song. It has also been used in various movies such as Wedding Present (1936) and Stalag 17 (1957).

    • QUOTES (3)

      • Scotty: (with an Arab accent) You want some camel kidney?
        Kelly: (looking at the skewered meat) I think I'll save mine until later.
        Scotty: (after talking to Ropp) Have a little camel kidney.
        Kelly: No, I don't want...
        Scotty: (with an Arab accent) You eat camel kidney or die!

      • Halima: Do you know that this is the first time in 20 years I've been alone in a room with a man?
        Kelly: Oh, really? Well...how is it so far?

      • Scotty: I thought in this country that you were supposed to be kind to strangers.
        Roop: (holding gun) That's right. Now I am ashamed...but, I will ask forgiveness all the way to Marrakesh!

    • NOTES (0)

    • ALLUSIONS (4)

      • Kelly: Well, Ropp, um...you really have no idea who it might have been who, uh, threw the snakes into Mrs. Murphy's chowder?
        Kelly is alluding to the song "Who Threw the Overalls in Mrs. Murphy's Chowder?". Written in 1898 by George Giefer, it became associated with St. Patrick's Day celebrations, and a popular version of it was recorded by Bing Crosby in 1956.

      • Kelly: (to Scotty, standing in the jeep) O'Toole...O'Toole...down!
        Kelly is alluding to Peter O'Toole (born 1932), the Irish actor who played the historical figure T.E. Lawrence in the 1962 film, Lawrence of Arabia. T.E. Lawrence (1988-1935) was a British officer who gained fame in World War I because of his vast knowledge of the Middle East and his success in desert warfare.

      • Kelly: (to Scotty, who is riding a camel) C'mon, Mr. Wayne!
        Kelly is alluding to the American actor, John Wayne (1907-1979). Wayne appeared in more than 35 films in the Western genre and was a skilled rider.

      • Scotty: What time is it?
        Kelly: It's quarter to two and there's no one in the place except you and me.
        Kelly quotes the lyrics to renowned Harold-Arlen-Johnny Mercer song, "One for My Baby (and One More for the Road)" that debuted in the 1943 musical, The Sky's the Limit.

    More
    Less