Synopsis by Hal Erickson
Cynthia Is Alive and Living in Avalon is a rare comic episode from the usually dead-serious TV series Name of the Game. Cynthia (Barbara Feldon) is an elusive jet-setter who has of late become a political activist. She refuses all interviews and keeps hidden in a rambling house on the island of Avalon. At the urging of his pal Mickey Rooney, reporter Robert Culp decides to make a name for himself by getting the exclusive story on Cynthia. For some reason, this October 2, 1970 Name of the Game installment was given far more press and promotional coverage than was customary for the series.
activism, recluse, reporter