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Original Title: The Morning After
Having been rendered unconscious by knock-out gas in his pursuit of rogue agent Jimmy Merlin, Steed awakes to find that London is deserted and under martial law, headed by Brigadier Hansing. Under cover of a supposed evacuation, the Brigadier, incensed that he is to be retired from the army, has planted an atom bomb to destroy the capital. All Steed has to do is find it.
For me, this is one of the worst eps of all the filmed series. Tara may not be up to Mrs Peel's standards, but she is a good eyeful and sadly she is missing for most of the hour. And you know - this ep simply doesn't look like an Avengers story, it's almost as if it was made by another company as a cheap filler, it's just 'wrong'. It would fit better into the later (and worserer) New Avengers series. The Avengers always looked expensive (well, since it went to 35mm film), but this one looks as though it was suffering from a severe budget cut. Bleurgh, take it away.
Jimmy Merlin ( Peter Barkworth ) is a master spy with no loyalty to either side - he simply works for whosoever pays best. When he breaks into a top secret research establishment and steals a quantity of sleep gas capsules, Steed and Tara lay in wait for him in a toy shop. Merlin uses one of the capsules to knock his enemies out, but Steed has locked the door, and he too succumbs to the effects of the gas.
Steed awakens a day later - to find London strangely deserted and silent. Handcuffed to Merlin, he investigates. Martial Law has been declared and soldiers are gunning down anyone believed to be looting. An atom bomb has been found in an abandoned foreign embassy, hence the mass evacuation. In charge of the operation is Brigadier Hansing ( Joss Ackland ).
But all is not as it seems. Merlin recognises one of Hansing's soldiers as an enemy agent...
Another regularly used idea in 'The Avengers' was the 'where is everybody?' scenario. Steed and Mrs.Peel found themselves in a similar situation in 'The Hour That Never Was', while 'The New Avengers' story 'Sleeper' went one further by putting the population of London to sleep.
The Brigadier's forces have emptied part of London not to dismantle an atom bomb, but to put one in! Hansing is embittered at his impending redundancy from the army and is out to get revenge by extorting millions.
Directed by John Hough ( who like Don Sharp was from the 'Hammer Horror' school of film making ), it boasts superb location filming, a strong script by Brian Clemens, and marvellous guest cast including Brian Blessed as 'Sgt.Hearn' and Joss Ackland as 'Brig.Hansing'. Steali