The Man From U.N.C.L.E.

Season 2 Episode 28

The Bat Cave Affair

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Aired Tuesday 8:30 PM Apr 01, 1966 on NBC
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Solo uses hillbilly clairvoyant Clemency McGill to counter the efforts of Count Zark, a vampirish Thrush agent who plans to use radioactive bats to jam the world's radar systems from his castle. Solo and Clemency make their way to the castle with Illya, but Zark manages to release the bats.

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    Joan Freeman

    Joan Freeman

    Clemency McGill

    Guest Star

    Whit Bissell

    Whit Bissell

    Harvey Glomm

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    Peter Baron

    Peter Baron

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    • TRIVIA (3)

    • QUOTES (8)

      • Waverly: (to Solo about Clemency) Keep a close eye on her, will you? Not too close.

      • Napoleon: Well, uh, we got the information from, uh, you know, a girl.
        Illya: A girl?
        Napoleon: A very pretty girl.
        Illya: Naturally.

      • Count Zark: I am... Zark. Count Ladislaus Zark. You have heard of me, of course.
        Illya: Well, there's something familiar about you, but just what it is escapes me for the moment.
        Count Zark: You have shattered my ego! I have fantasies of U.N.C.L.E. issuing orders: "Get Zark at any price!" And here you haven't even heard of me!

      • Zark: That was a dreadful mistake. My men were supposed to bring you back here but misunderstood. Terribly sorry you were inconvenienced.
        Illya: It happens.

      • Napoleon: Well, uh, we got the information from, uh, you know, a girl.
        Illya: A girl?
        Napoleon: A very pretty girl.
        Illya: Naturally.

      • Count Zark: All we need to do is program our computers to the desired thought patterns, and microwave them directly to the subject. The marvelous thing about it is that Miss McGill doesn't suspect a thing! Isn't it marvelous?
        Illya: (deadpan) It's difficult for me to restrain my admiration

      • Waverly: Of course it's regrettable if the people panic. To paraphrase Marie-Antoinette, "Let them drive cars."

      • Clemency: That was a right fine movie. Do you like spy movies, Mr. Solo? Uh, Napoleon.
        Napoleon: I think they're all right if you like light entertainment. I just think they're pretty far-fetched.

    • NOTES (1)

      • The in-flight Napoleon and Clemency watch is One Spy Too Many. The movie is the theatrical release of "The Alexander the Greater Affair" parts 1 and 2, combined into a feature length movie. It was released in the U.S. in December 1966, eight months after the episode aired, although it had premiered in Japan and the UK in February 1966.

    • ALLUSIONS (1)

      • Illya: Is it, uh, a Ouija board?
        Referencing the popular "game" based on the classic spirit board. The board is covered letters and numbers. Participants place their fingers on a planchette, and it supposedly lets a spirit communicate through them, moving the planchette to spell out messages.

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