Some really good co stars in this one
Mrs. S. Creighton | Co.Antrim Northern Ireland | 04/20/2005
(3 out of 5 stars)
"I preface this review by saying I love I Spy and in my eyes both the two very talented and not bad to look at guys can do very little wrong in my eyes.
Yet I am afraid 'weight of the world' does irrate me somewhat. I know it was the 60's and things were different but the female agent is portrayed as a pain in the behind and the communist female agent is shown to succomb to vanity, that said it still is a pretty good offering if a little bit stilted. 'Always say goodbye' is exceptionally good, beautiful sets and scenery and some very funny set pieces and great lines. Robert Culp as Kelly is absolutely hilarious in this one especially all done up like a 'stuffed shirt' when he has a supper dupper hang over. 'Three hours on a Sunday night' is probably the best, very good intense characterisation espcially from Sheldon Leonard who plays a nasty piece of work very well. Julie London is also very good in this one as a wealthy sexy lady who is quite a match for Kelly. All in all not a bad selection from an excellent show."