The Man from U.N.C.L.E./The Pop Art Affair

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The Pop Art Affair
Season 3, Episode 6
Airdate October 21, 1966
Production Number 8423
Written by Al Ramrus, John Shaner
Directed by george waGGner
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The Pop Art Affair is the sixth episode of the third season of The Man from U.N.C.L.E., and the sixty-fifth episode overall.

Guest Stars: Sherry Alberoni (Sylvia Harrison), Sabrina Scharf (Mari Brooks)

Co-Starring: Robert H. Harris (Mark Ole)

Featuring: Nellie Burt (Mrs. Harrison), Charles Lane (Mr. Harrison), Stanley Ralph Ross (Beatnik), Sharon Hillyer (Wanda), Jack Perkins (Expresso Man), Tommy Farrell (Coplin), Frederic Villani (Dominic), Lynn Carey (Heidi)

Contents

Plot Overview

A disgruntled THRUSH agent meets with Solo, Kuryakin and Mr. Waverly on the golf course with valuable information. They are fired upon by THRUSH agents, and the rogue THRUSH man suffers a fatal case of hiccups. A visit to a beatnik club leads the agents to the owner of a local pop art gallery, who has developed a deadly 'hiccup gas'.

Notes

Arc Advancement

Happenings

Characters

Referbacks

Trivia

The Show

Act I: "Is This Your Ape?"

Act II: "The Meaning Of The Meaningless"

Act III: "The Sweet Smell Of Grass"

Act IV: "It's A Gas, Man!"

Behind the Scenes

Allusions and References

A reference to the Felton Museum...yet another in-joke using the name of Executive Producer Norman Felton.

Memorable Moments

Quotes