Synopsis by Hal Erickson
In the second half of the two-part Mission: Impossible adventure "The Golden Serpent," Prince Selimun (Patrick Bishop), one of the heads of an international drug-running operation, comes face to face with his long-dead twin brother. This "reunion" is actually the first stage of an IMF plan to destroy the drug ring by sowing the seeds of distrust between Selimun and his partner Jonathan Drago (Rod Mullinar). Greg Morris repeats his role from the original Mission: Impossible series as electronics wizard Barney Collier, the father of present IMF agent Grant Collier (played by Morris' real-life son Phil Morris). Scripted by Michael Seims, Ted Roberts, and Jeffrey M. Hayes from a story by Seims, Part Two of "The Golden Serpent" first aired on September 28, 1989.