Agents West and Gordon are notified by another agent about an assassination plot against President Juarez of Mexico. Later, they find the agent dead with a knife in his back through a flyer for the Echo Amusement Park. When West arrives at the deserted amusement park, he meets Count Manzeppi, master of trickery and corruption. Manzeppi captures West and force him to help kill the Mexican President. First, he must kill his partner and best friend, Artemus Gordon.
Did You Know?
When West enters the Echo Amusement Park, an organ is playing "The Daring Young Man on the Flying Trapeze", a song composed in 1867 and inspired by the feats of Jules Léotard, a French gymnast who pioneered feats that are now standard circus routines. He also invented the tight-fitting garment that now bears his name. See more
Near the end of the episode when West goads Tony into throwing knives at him, slits cut in the door can be seen around West's head and shoulders. This allows trick knives spring loaded and concealed on the backside of the door to be sprung through the slits, hilt first, simulating a real and potentially lethal throw. See more
Count Carlos Mario Vincenzo Robespierre Manzeppi
Allow me to present myself. I am the Count Mario Vincenzo Robespierre Manzeppi; adventurer, poet, and lover of all that is corrupt, forbidden, and blasphemous.
James T. West
Charmed, I'm sure.