Mission: Impossible

Season 7 Episode 6

Cocaine

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Aired Saturday 9:00 PM Oct 21, 1972 on CBS
7.2
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Cocaine
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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 the IMF must stop them and recover the drug. Their plan: trick Reid's right hand man, Joseph Conrad, into taking them to the drug. But even Conrad doesn't know where it will be.moreless

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  • Boring...excuse me, but this episode is one of the episodes, they are simply boring...

    3.0
    This is the most boring episode about drugs. The cocaine is hidden in a statue and find the team needs them. These do Jim and Willy as if they had a laboratory in which one can produce artificial cocaine. Barney pretends to be stubborn and tough cop. This role is actually quite good. In general, the individual roles, including those of the barmaid Mimi, well-managed (only Willy acts as a chemistry professor is not very credible), only the action and excitement in this episode left behind. The whole episode goes through whitout a great scene. And a particularly exciting or action-packed scene, it does not, unfortunately. Too bad there's definitely a lot more have been possible. I think the episode shows with many other episodes from Season 7 ("Break, " "Leona, " "The Fighter", etc.) why the series was discontinued after this season. It's just too common to "normal", it lacks the charm, the uniqueness of what this team has ever been identified. In such episodes like this, they could be just a simple policeman, not agents. I think all around that the authors were simply too tired of this series, as in many other episodes ("Two Thousand" for example.) you can see so clearly that they still can. They can write good, Exceptionally episodes, but they dont want.moreless
Peter Graves

Peter Graves

James Phelps

Greg Morris

Greg Morris

Barney Collier

Peter Lupus

Peter Lupus

Willy Armitage

Bob Johnson

Bob Johnson

IMF Voice on Tape (uncredited)

Gregory Sierra

Gregory Sierra

Fernando Laroca

Guest Star

William Shatner

William Shatner

Joseph Conrad

Guest Star

Stephen McNally

Stephen McNally

Carl Reid

Guest Star

Barbara Anderson

Barbara Anderson

Mimi Davis

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