by Jeremy Burnham
Lord Edgefield stands accused of blackmail, but the Ministry’s case against him is called into question when the key witnesses go back on their own testimonies. Meanwhile, one of Steed's fellow agents, Melville, starts lying about the department's own covert investigation. Tara follows the clues to ‘DreemyKreem Dairies’, where Lord Edgefield has contracted a special milk delivery for all the men who can implicate him...
Patrick Macnee (John Steed), Linda Thorson (Tara King), Patrick Newell (Mother), Rhonda Parker (Rhonda)*, John Bennett (Sykes), Barry Warren (Melville), Tony Steedman (Sir Joseph Tarleton), William Job (Lord Edgefield), Dan Meeden (Sloman), Michael Lees (Plummer), Simon Lock (Nesbitt), Arthur Pentelow (Doctor Grant), Peter Jessing (Penman), Rio Fanning (Lane), John Atkinson (Brayshaw), Larry Burns (Gould), Jimmy Gardner (Little Man), Terry Eliot (Amanda)
Directed by Charles Crichton
Produced by Albert Fennell and Brian Clemens
UK: 6th November, 1968
*Featuring John Steed, Tara King and Mother, and introducing Rhonda
*The tag scene: Not one to waste anything, Steed begins buttering several hundred slices of bread; however, Tara is dismayed when he denies that he will take her to dinner, and does not like her new outfit…
*Working title: 'Liar'