I Spy

Season 1 Episode 11

Weight of the World

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Aired Wednesday 10:00 PM Dec 01, 1965 on NBC
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Weight of the World
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The Chinese government send a biologist to a Japanese seminar on obesity to test a strain of bubonic plague. Scott and Kelly must get a sample without the Chinese finding out and changing the virus, and are hampered by an enthusiastic young agent and an American civilian they recruit to help them.

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    • QUOTES (3)

      • Scott: Arigato.
        Koyo: Where you learn to speaking such good Japanese?
        Scott: England.

      • Kelly: Yes, isn't that wonderful? That was the desk with a message from Dr. Bingham.
        Scott: What'd they say?
        Kelly: Yes, he was stricken with a sudden headache. However, he's much better now and he's down by the pool. Would we care to join him?
        Scott: Ah, now isn't that wonderful?
        Kelly: Some heavies have no imagination.
        Scott: You'd better believe it.

      • Vicki: Hey, me too.
        Kelly: Here here here. You got two more chapters in your spy manual to go.
        Vicki: Oh, when you were in college I bet you got straight As in cruelty.
        Kelly: Never cracked a book, neither.

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      • Scott: Don't look now but here comes your spy wife with that, uh, woman and Tweedledum and Tweedledee.
        Referencing the fictional brothers created by Lewis Carroll in 1805 for Through the Looking Glass, his sequel to Alice in Wonderland. They are drawn as twins, although Carroll never describes them as such, and are two short fat dim-witted brothers who always complement each other's words and never disagree with themselves, but are extremely disagreeable to others. In this and most contexts, the term is applied to two similar looking people of low intelligence.

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