The Man from U.N.C.L.E./The Off Broadway Affair

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The Off Broadway Affair
Season 3, Episode 10
Airdate November 18, 1966
Production Number 8427
Written by Jerry McNeely
Directed by Sherman Marks
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The Off Broadway Affair is the tenth episode of the third season of The Man from U.N.C.L.E., and the sixty-ninth episode overall.

Guest Stars: Joan Huntington (Linda), Shari Lewis (Janet Jarrod), Leon Askin (Machina)

Featuring: Charles Dierkop (Adolph), Peggy Taylor (Miss Osborne), Sharyn Hillyer (Wanda), Herbert Bress (Hastenbrook), Dick Crockett (Hugo), Bob Hoy (Claude), Lennie Weinrib (Winky Blintz)


Plot Overview

An actress makes a frantic phone call to Solo before her mysterious "suicide", leading him to the theater where she is working. He and Illya uncover a THRUSH plot to infiltrate UNCLE's computer system, using a horrible off-Broadway musical as cover for their activity.


Arc Advancement


The climactic battle between UNCLE and THRUSH agents takes place on stage, inadvertently becoming part of the play, causing the audience to laugh hysterically, thinking it's part of the play!




The Show

Act I: "To Coin A Phrase, The Show Must Go On"

Act II: "A Man Is A Horn?"

Act III: "One Tunnel Over Budget"

Act IV: "Don't Call Us, We'll Call You"

Behind the Scenes

Allusions and References

Memorable Moments