2x18 The Emerald
First Aired: Jan. 21, 1968 on CBS
Summary: An arms dealer, Victor Tomar, gets hold of an emerald with a microdot stored on it, a microdot containing plans to wreck the U.S. economy. The Communist country which created the plan sends their top agent Yorgi Petrosian to recover the emerald while Tomar is en route to Tangier on a cruise…
Main Characters in this Episode
- Goof (continuity error): When Rollin is demonstrating his sleeve card dealer to the team, he takes cards from his sleeve, and the top card is clearly the two of clubs, but when he lays out all the cards, he shows all 4 aces, and the 4 of spades.
- Goof (continuity error): A character is pushed out of a porthole into the sea. The character being pushed is wearing a black tuxedo but the body seen falling is wearing white trousers, a light colored jacket and white shoes.
- Goof (continuity error): After Rollin wins the climatic poker hand against Yorgi Petrosian and Victor Tomar, he places the emerald case in the breast pocket of his suit jacket. But in the next frame, as he is collecting the cash from the table, the emerald case can be observed amid the pile of money.
- Goof (continuity error): When Rollin is shuffling the cards alone, he pulls out the ace of spades in a closeup. In the wide shot, however, he has the ace of clubs in front of him.
- Goof (continuity error): During the initial team briefing, Phelps deals 6 cards and names them. Then, to show Cinnamom how it works, he deals a few more. Then, as Rollin is about to demonstrate how he switches cards, in a long shot there are only 6 dealt cards on the table.
- In the casino scene, Michael Strong is reading a French-language newspaper. The headline reads "Mais Oui, On Peut Manger du Cheval". The English translation is, "Of course you can eat horse".
- This episode uses the same opening sequence of Phelps driving in close-up, then getting his assignment in a photo booth as the episode "Operation Heart".