In an interesting twist of fate, Hannibal and crew are forced to work with an old Russian acquaintance. They save a defecting ballerina, who soon unwittingly nearly foils the plan, meet up with Dmitri, and conspire against CIA and Fulbright to safely prevent the theft of a powerful American weapon.
Fulbright gains a new pal at the CIA and, together, they combine brain power and plan to bring down the A-Team and the Communists. Ironically, the Soviets are indeed on the side of peace for the time being, and the brass' plans are naturally foiled.
Murdock and Face intercept a spy and the former impersonates this spy to the baddest guys. Murdock plays a deaf man while doing this, even to the extent that he is tested by a point-blank machine gun, which he "does not hear." With him in place, the Team follows their partner and is led to the ultimate prize, all the while with CIA and Bull in tow.
The end is the end and thus a secret, although an overall outcome becomes clear quite rapidly.
Not the best A-Team episode ever, but a well-thought-out and -written and -acted one nonetheless.