A Lovely Little Affair 09/23/85 12/23/85
Amanda is swept off her feet in the third season opener by a charming art restorer (Ben Murphy) she's assigned to tail---a man Lee suspects may be involved with international terrorists.
Sophia Vessi Franco Vessi Inez Faber Wellington
We're Off to See the Wizard 09/30/85 01/20/86
The links in the murders of six female agents seems to be Lee, but he suspects they may be tied to his former trainer, a burned-out agent he once idolized.
Paul Barnes Serdeych Dorothy Leslie O'Connor
Over the Limit 10/07/85 12/30/85
A Save the Bay spokeswoman is implicated in the murder of the guest speaker at a rally for fishermen whose livelihood is threatened by crooked corporations. Elyssa Davalos joins the cast as UN translator Leslie O'Connor.
Elizabeth Sullivan Hamilton Rawlings Eric Sullivan Russel Towne
Tail of the Dancing Weasel 10/14/85 03/24/86
The Agency's founder needs Amanda's help to retrieve a purloined letter---proof he's not a turncoat. Frank Bonner joins the cast as Amanda's neighbor Henry ``Buck'' O'Connell.
Mrs. Marston Captain Harry V. Thornton Larry Crawford Gregory
Welcome to America, Mr. Brand 10/21/85 05/05/86
Amanda rolls out the red carpet for a visiting British accountant who fancies himself a spy, and who has evidence identifying a Soviet agent out to create economic chaos in the U.S.
James Brand Kenneth Clayton-Dobbs Eddie Munson Stanley Chow "T.P." Percival Aquinas Karla Krulnikov
Sour Grapes 10/28/85 04/28/86
The Agency gets involved in a lethal case of sour grapes after a congressman who's a wine connoisseur returns to the U.S. with a case of vintage French wine laced with heroin.
Penny McNiel Darrel Robinson Hullen Cecilia Kemper James McNiel Jean-Pierre
Utopia Now 11/04/85 05/26/86
In the backwoods of Virginia, Amanda draws on her scouting expertise to help her and Lee find a utopian community run by an outspoken tax reformer who may have more than political change on his agenda. Frank Bonner appears as Buck.
Curt Hollis Peter Sacker Rogan General Mailor
Reach for the Sky 11/11/85 06/02/86
Billy strikes out on his own, jeopardizing his career and his life to prove a banker friend was murdered in a plot involving international electronic cash transfers.
Allan Aghaney Chester Canaan Robert Zorbel Daisy Denz Dr. Smith
J. Edgar's Ghost 11/18/85 04/21/86
An Agency librarian, unaware that she may have stumbled onto J. Edgar Hoover's secret files, learns she's been betrayed by her lover, a former agent who preys on lonely women to obtain Government documents.
Agnes Snow Nick Cross Captain Ted Ronson A.B.C.
Flight to Freedom 11/25/85
A foreign correspondent believes her fianc'e may still be alive after an ambush in a Latin American country---and may be in Washington ready to testify against a diplomat at a Senate subcommittee hearing.
Colleen Donnelly Bart Stoler Ambassador Harcourt
Fast Food for Thought 12/17/85 06/16/86
Lee and Amanda pose as prospective buyers of a fast-food franchise to catch those responsible for cooking up a batch of poisoned hamburger sauce.
Marvin Metz Carla Quite Barry Metz
One Bear Dances, One Bear Doesn't 01/06/86 06/23/86
The Agency moves a Russian scientist into Amanda's neighborhood for cover and it's Dotty who befriends him first, which involves her in a romance and a kidnaping plot.
Andrei Zernov Jake Lawrence Sandersen North Jerry Dunlop Stanislov
Playing for Keeps 01/13/86 06/30/86
Lee and Francine protect a tennis player, who's the daughter of an international bugwig threatened by Communists. Tracy Austin appears as herself.
Tina Thomerson Donna Clayton Steckler Tony Maskell Mary Dexter
Pharoah's Engineer 01/20/86
Mercenaries are planning to break into a Government office, but which one? The answer may be with retirees who once worked on the same top-secret project.
Rubert Simpson Frank Duran Glynnis Mendelson Lois Mendelson Lee Atkins
The Triumvirate 02/10/86 08/25/86
A glaring overpayment on her paycheck leads Amanda to a computer whiz, a secret computer file once used by the agency, and a trio of vigilante agents responsible for the murder of foreign spies.
Lance Dorn Ren Jepard Karl Eagles Gerald Falken
The Eyes Have It 02/17/86 09/01/86
A fight with two goons lands Lee in the hospital, but he refuses to stay put when he can't find his contact lenses, which contain his secret spy network.
Dr. Goldberg Nathaniel Brody Kurt Neumann Dr. Scardelli Dr. Gastner
Wrong Number 03/03/86 07/14/86
In Afghanistan, the Soviets kidnap Francine to exchange for a U.S. mathematician who Amanda believes has been set up by the KGB.
Dr. Will Towne/Popovich Gregory Jango Hart Sonia
The Boy Who Could Be King 03/10/86 07/07/86
Billy dusts off his "ax" and goes undercover with a jazz combo to learn the connection between a small nation's music king and a boy whose name was found in a dead man's pocket.
King Edmund Spencer Terry Wall 3 Sandra Wall Ambassador Crowley
Dead Men Leave No Trails 03/31/86 08/04/86
A violinist's diary enables Amanda to piece together the whereabouts of a terrorist she first ran into accidentally, with her car.
Steven Sallee Millicent McDonald VanKleef Ari
Three Little Spies 04/07/86 07/21/86
Lee, Amanda, and Sovet and Chinese agents join forces to track down an arms dealer responsible for smuggling nuclear detonators from the U.S. into the mideast through a rock star's hunger-relief organization.
Isaac Petrovich Chien Chang Randall Skylar Pam Jentry
The Wrong Way Home ??/??/?? 09/08/86
Mrs. King gets a call from Mr. King, but when she tries to locate him, she learns the Agency's also looking for him: he's the prime suspect in the murder of an African prime minister. Joe King is played by Sam Melville, who played Kate Jackson's husband in ``The Rookies''.
The pun on ``Joe King'' is probably unintentional.
Joe King Asam Ali Shamba Darrell Prescott Bryan Foster Mrs. McDragon
All the World's a Stage 05/12/86 08/18/86
Amanda takes a role in a neoabsurdist play by an American playwright to find out why the Soviets are interested in backing the production.
Tony Marchand Serge Krutiov Maria Von Klausen Carl Valentine