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Mission: Impossible

Season 7 Episode 5

TOD-5 (aka The Carrier)

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Aired Saturday 9:00 PM Oct 14, 1972 on CBS
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TOD-5 (aka The Carrier)
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A government scientist, Paul Morse, plans to sell a biological weapon, TOD-5, to terrorist Alpha Group led by Dr. Flory. The IMF must get to Morse's contact, Gordon Holt, and get him to take them to Alpha HQ. When Holt gets to the small town where he is to get the weapon from Morse, he finds the town under quarantine and people dying - then he starts showing (IMF-faked) symptoms of the disease. He grabs Mimi, who is supposedly immune, and takes her with him to Alpha HQ and infects them to force them to come up with an antidote - the IMF trail him and arrest the whole operation.moreless

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  • Big blooper in this episode

    8.0
    In this episode when Holt takes Mimi in the police car, they speed through the road block and go speeding down the highway. The guy spying on Holt is in a jeep and sees them going through the roadblock, and then turns off on a dirt road. A few minutes later, while Holt is still speeding in the police are, there is the same guy waiting on the side of the road with a rifle pointing at them. Big question: How did this guy in his Jeep going down a dirt road get ahead of the speeding police car?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)

Ray Walston

Ray Walston

Dr. Victor Flory

Guest Star

Ross Elliott

Ross Elliott

Paul Morse

Guest Star

Michael Conrad

Michael Conrad

Ralph Davies

Guest Star

Barbara Anderson

Barbara Anderson

Mimi Davis

Recurring Role

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