One of the participants in a San Francisco training exercise takes the lesson seriously.
Posing as fishermen, the duo is suspected in two deaths while pursuing an enemy agent wanted for murder.
Robinson disappears to clear himself of treason charges; guest Peter Donat.
An explosives expert (Gene Hackman) escapes from prison and heads to Mexico to take revenge on the agent (Jim Backus) who arrested him.
A former government worker steals experimental rocket fuel to ransom her brother, held behind the Iron Curtain.
A security check puts Scott and Robinson at the mercy of a former general who wants them as quarry in a hunt.
While guarding a senator, the agents are framed for murder to prevent their interference in a plot to kill the president.
Robinson rejects treason allegations against an agent, until Scott uncovers ironclad evidence.
Scott and injured Robinson elude pursuers at the Idaho farmhouse of Kelly’s uncle (Will Geer) and aunt.
An agent in Acapulco uses his 10-month-old daughter to prevent microfilm from falling into enemy hands.
The partners and a flighty but talented agent (Arlene Golonka) seek to retrieve Soviet documents in Acapulco.
Scott and Robinson search the Greek islands for a vacationing Los Alamos mathematician (Barbara Mullen).
Scott and Robinson investigate the death of an agent in a town where an atomic plant will be constructed.
A father (Roger C. Carmel) who believes his daughter (Louise Sorel) was wronged by Robinson interferes with a mission to find enemy agents.
Robinson and Scott must learn why enemy anti-submarine crafts pass undetected through Greek waters; guest Nick Dennis.
A failed trap enables enemy agents (Pippa Scott, Nancy Kovacs) to blow up a NASA test site.
Seeking the only man (Maurice Evans) who can lead a Moroccan revolt, the partners are captured by a political leader.
The partners object when a ruthless agent (Ruth Roman) wants them to kill a likable suspected spy.