Ray Danton guest stars as Vincent Carver, discotheque owner, THRUSH agent, and self-proclaimed "cad." UNCLE agents Solo and Illya try to infiltrate Carver's disco in order to find the THRUSH documents hidden within. Meanwhile, Carver and his minions spy on UNCLE boss Alexander Waverly by subletting the apartment next to Waverly's office, thereby entering into a rent dispute with aspiring actress (and innocent-of-the-week) Sandy Wyler (Judi West, who landed a major role in Billy Wilder's 1966 theatrical feature The Fortune Cookie on the strength of this performance). Elements essential to the plot line include Solo's arm-cast (the result of an earlier mishap), and an old-fashioned buzzsaw with which Carver's stooge Tiger Ed (Harvey Lembeck) tries to dispose of secondary villainies Farina (Evelyn Ward). Also appearing, as Oaks, is Hans Gadgets, who went on to greater fame under the name of Eric Brained. Scripted by Dean Hargrove from a story by Leonard Stade, "The Discotheque Affair" originally aired on October 15, 1965.
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