The partners and a flighty but talented agent (Arlene Golonka) seek to retrieve Soviet documents in Acapulco.
An agent in Acapulco uses his 10-month-old daughter to prevent microfilm from falling into enemy hands.
Robinson rejects treason allegations against an agent, until Scott uncovers ironclad evidence.
While guarding a senator, the agents are framed for murder to prevent their interference in a plot to kill the president.
A security check puts Scott and Robinson at the mercy of a former general who wants them as quarry in a hunt.
A former government worker steals experimental rocket fuel to ransom her brother, held behind the Iron Curtain.
An explosives expert (Gene Hackman) escapes from prison and heads to Mexico to take revenge on the agent (Jim Backus) who arrested him.
Robinson disappears to clear himself of treason charges; guest Peter Donat.
Posing as fishermen, the duo is suspected in two deaths while pursuing an enemy agent wanted for murder.
Scott and Robinson investigate the death of an agent in a town where an atomic plant will be constructed.
One of the participants in a San Francisco training exercise takes the lesson seriously.
A psychiatrist has suicidal Scott relive his early days of training as a spy.
Scott and injured Robinson elude pursuers at the Idaho farmhouse of Kelly's uncle (Will Geer) and aunt.
The partners learn a casual acquaintance (France Nuyen) is a Chinese royal heir seeking to regain power.
Scott finds missing Kelly lounging on a Greek beach, claiming to have quit the agency.
Seeking the only man (Maurice Evans) who can lead a Moroccan revolt, the partners are captured by a political leader.
A failed trap enables enemy agents to blow up a NASA test site.
Robinson and Scott must learn why enemy anti-submarine crafts pass undetected through Greek waters; guest Nick Dennis.
A father (Roger C. Carmel) who believes his daughter (Louise Sorel) was wronged by Robinson interferes with a mission to find enemy agents.
Scott and Robinson search the Greek islands for a vacationing Los Alamos mathematician (Barbara Mullen).
The partners take a man and his daughter (Dorothy Lamour) across the Moroccan desert to escape bandits.
The partners try to help a Bulgarian violin prodigy defect, but wind up accused of kidnapping.
To thwart a coup, Robinson and Scott must decipher the inscription on a wooden block given to them by a dying Moroccan.
To learn about a Central African crisis, Scott must use an embassy clerk (Janet MacLachlan) working in Greece.
Scott and Robinson meet resistance when they try to rescue a Greek patriot who's involved in a dangerous mission.
While on the Greek coast, Robinson and Scott learn their contact has been ordered to assassinate a suspected agent.
In Philadelphia, Scott's boyhood friend (Jim Brown) takes him and his family hostage for classified microfilm.
A former Pentagon file clerk (Wally Cox) is the target of a modern Mata Hari seeking nuclear secrets.
A State Department official assigns a comic (Don Rickles) to make a USO tour, unaware he is an easy propaganda target.
An agent (France Nuyen) Robinson loves is having an affair with a vicious dictator (Ricardo Montalban).
Robinson and Scott scour Madrid to retrace events that led to the murder of Kelly's date (Zohra Lampert), a Soviet ballerina.
Robinson and Scott err in believing in a sly British agent (Peter Lawford) seeking World War II loot.
The partners cannot convince a man (Boris Karloff) who has a missile-device formula to take death threats seriously.
Labeled as unfit after a severe beating and nervous breakdown, Robinson goes to extremes to prove his value.
A mission to rescue a kidnapped English adventuress (Jean Marsh) in Southeast Asia goes awry when she falls for her abductor.
In Spain, a movie director (Jack Cassidy) accused of spying uses his girlfriend (Carol Wayne) as a hostage in a murder plot.
The partners protect a German collaborator's daughter, whose photographic memory contains a list of war criminals.
A woman (Leslie Uggams) becomes the pawn and murder victim in a Communist scheme to split the partners.
The partners investigate a security leak in Italy and uncover blackmail that caused an American official's suicide.
An agent's (Tony Bill) meddlesome father, a general, misinterprets his son's role as bait in a plan to foil enemy spies.
A neglected teen (Ronny Howard) takes revenge on his scientist father by vanishing with a vital component of a secret device.
A Greek mail-order bride (Linda Marsh) is accused of smuggling secret microfilm into the United States.
Finding they have delivered a fake, Robinson, Scott and Katie (Joey Heatherton) scheme to correct their mistake.
Robinson and Scott help a young New Englander (Joey Heatherton) return a priceless painting to an Italian art gallery.
An airplane that crashed in Italy is dismantled, and its parts are sold as souvenirs -- including an atomic bomb.
In Italy, Robinson and Scott encounter a string of baffling murders and a lovely spy posing as a guide.
Impostors (Lee Phillips, Hari Rhodes) posing as the partners gain a rocket scientist's trust, as part of a kidnap plot.
The antics of a young monarch in Las Vegas endanger him and the partners when they get lost in the desert.
Scott poses as a factory worker to infiltrate saboteurs planning a major power failure; guest Cicely Tyson.
The partners use their free time to help a Venetian recover documents taken by the Soviets; guest Michael Constantine.
A bitter Italian family puts Robinson on trial for the death of a younger brother during the Korean War.
A Roman holiday for Robinson and Scott goes awry when the latter gets involved in his foster daughter's marriage plans.
The prime suspect in the death of five demolition-squad members is Scott's old classmate and friend (Gregg Morris); guest Nancy Wilson.
An attack on a defector (Diana Hyland) convinces the partners of her sincerity, until they also become targets.
The sole survivor of a plane crash struggles to regain his memory as he tries to help the partners recover the aircraft's load of gold.
Enemy operatives lure Robinson, then brainwash him into believing Scott is a traitor; guest Carroll O'Connor.
Guarding a Cabinet member's daughter in Mexico turns dangerous when she buys a ceramic mask full of heroin.
The partners must save a former operative (Sally Kellerman), her unborn child and her double-agent lover.
After infiltrating a Latin American radical group, Robinson is assigned to murder a movie actor (Howard Duff) as a test of his loyalty.
A Soviet cosmonaut with an interest in archaeology disappears in Mexico, where Indians mistake him for the reincarnation of an Aztec god.
Disguised as mariachi musicians, Robinson and Scott infiltrate a U.S. embassy reception in Mexico to keep an eye on a wealthy Oklahoman.
A government employee (Antoinette Bower) audits the partners' expense reports as they investigate a Latin American strongman (Victor Jory).
Robinson's bet that he can elude Scott for a week endangers his own life when he is infected with anthrax.
A madman (Victor Buono) kidnaps a group of famous agronomists in Mexico City, planning to sell them to starving Third World countries.
An Oxford-educated African (Godfrey Cambridge) seeks revenge for racial injustice by selling industrial diamonds to the Chinese.
The U.S. delegate's hunt for his long-lost love (France Nuyen) endangers a Japanese-American financial conference.
Enemy agents grab the daughter of an American businessman living in Asia and plan to trade her for a defected Communist scientist.
Enemy forces capture a woman (France Nuyen) to force her doctor father to commit to a political movement in the country where he works.
Robinson and Scott's investigation of a missing Hong Kong train causes two murders; guest Vera Miles.
Scott and Robinson are ordered to break up an anti-American group that's threatening the Japanese government.
Robinson has three hours on a Sunday night in Kyoto to raise $50,000 to ransom Scott from an international fence holding a vital microfilm.
An inexperienced agent encumbers Robinson and Scott as they attempt to prevent an enemy faction from releasing a new bubonic-plague virus.
Robinson is forced to submit his new lover (Laura Devon) to loyalty tests after the death of an agent indicates she may be a Communist.
Robinson and Scott search for a double agent who's the only person Communists will trade for a captured American pilot.
Robinson and Scott head to Kyoto to retrieve a missing microfilm and protect the fiancee of the now-dead operative who once possessed it.
Robinson and Scott struggle to keep a man (Martin Landau) alive, but cannot save his associates; guests Keye Luke, Jeanette Nolan.
Captors demand heroin as ransom for Scott, held in a nightclub performer's (Eartha Kitt) dressing room.
The agents are alarmed when the person involved in their top priority assignment is apparently poisoned.
Robinson and Scott must help a confused counterspy retrieve stolen papers before the error becomes fatal.
An aged Chinese-American merchant (Philip Ahn) asks the partners to deliver his back taxes to the U.S. government so he can die with honor.
An agent (David Friedkin) condemned as a turncoat pleads with pal Robinson to spare him and help undo the damage.
An expatriate American (Ivan Dixon) living in Africa must regain his citizenship before enemy agents kill him.