The second season lasted from September 10, 1967 to March 17, 1968, and consisted of 25 episodes, four of which were part of two 2-part episodes ("The Slave" and "The Council"). Joseph Gantman served as producer.
The 2-part episode "The Council" was re-released as a straight-to-video movie entitled Mission Impossible Versus the Mob.
Episode List: 1967-1968Edit
|150px||The Widow||Writer: Barney Slater||Director: Lee H. Katzin||9/10/67||#29 201|
|In order to put two drug czars out of business, a phony elevator accident is staged, with Cinnamon Carter posing as the victim's wife.
|150px||Trek||Writer: Laurence Heath||Director: Leonard J. Horn||9/17/67||#30 202|
|The only man who knows the location of some ancient artifacts is in jail. He needs to be set free in order to lead the IMF to the treasure ... but he's going blind!
|150px||The Survivors||Writer: William Read Woodfield & Allan Balter||Director: Paul Stanley||9/24/67||#31 203|
|Two top scientists are being held in an underground bunker in San Francisco. So Jim Phelps and his IMF team simulate an earthquake in order to get them out.
|150px||The Bank||Writer: Brad Radnitz||Director: Alf Kjellin||10/01/67||#32 204|
|A banker with Nazi leanings is stealing from innocent Germans, promising them freedom to the West, and using their money to fund the next Reich.
|150px||The Slave - PART 1||Writer: William Read Woodfield & Allan Balter||Director: Lee H. Katzin||10/08/67||#33 205|
|In order to stop the slave business in a Muslim country, Barney Collier poses as a Moroccan slave, with Cinnamon Carter as a woman up for sale to the highest bidder.
|150px||The Slave - PART 2||Writer: William Read Woodfield & Allan Balter||Director: Lee H. Katzin||10/15/67||#34 206|
|As Cinnamon Carter is about to go up for auction, she is switched with the kidnapped wife of the ruler's brother in order to expose the slave trade.
|150px||Operation "Heart"||Writer: John O'Dea & Arthur Rowe||Director: Leonard J. Horn||10/22/67||#35 207|
|Cinnamon Carter poses as the wife of an archaeologist with a serious heart condition. He needs to be rescued, and an assassination plot needs to be foiled.
|150px||The Money Machine||Writer: Richard M. Sakal||Director: Paul Stanley||10/29/67||#36 208|
|To stop a crooked financier, Jim Phelps and his team pose as counterfeiters ... who concoct a state-of-the-art machine that prints phony money.
|150px||The Seal||Writer: William Read Woodfield & Allan Balter||Director: Alexander Singer||11/05/67||#37 209|
|A businessman has in his possession an ancient jade seal that needs to be returned to its rightful country. So a cat is trained to fetch like a dog in order to steal it.
|150px||Sweet Charity||Writer: Barney Slater||Director: Marc Daniels||11/12/67||#38 210|
|The IMF team goes after a married couple who claim to raise money for charity, but who really hide their profits in their pool table in the form of platinum.
|150px||The Council - PART 1||Writer: William Read Woodfield & Allan Balter||Director: Paul Stanley||11/19/67||#39 211|
|Jim Phelps tries to convince a mob figure to help Rollin Hand pass as the head of the Syndicate, a powerful crime boss with a violent inner circle.
|150px||The Council - PART 2||Writer: William Read Woodfield & Allan Balter||Director: Paul Stanley||11/26/67||#40 212|
|Rollin Hand easily passes as the crime boss, but when he is advised to leave the country, he says he has a better idea - a new face, conveniently supplied by Cinnamon Carter!
|150px||The Astrologer||Writer: James F. Griffith||Director: Lee H. Katzin||12/03/67||#41 213|
|While Cinnamon Carter convinces a deputy chancellor of her powers to predict the future, Barney Collier and Rollin Hand try to steal valuable microfilm from his plane.
|150px||The Echo of Yesterday||Writer: Mann Rubin||Director: Leonard J. Horn||12/10/67||#42 214|
|Cinnamon Carter works to stop a munitions magnate who is supplying arms to neo-Nazis. She reawakens memories of his late wife, who was murdered by Hitler.
|150px||The Photographer||Writer: William Read Woodfield & Allan Balter||Director: Lee H. Katzin||12/17/67||#43 215|
|A top photographer is really a spy operative and needs to be stopped. He holds the key to the names of plague-carrying foreign agents headed for the United States.
|150px||The Spy||Writer: Barney Slater||Director: Paul Stanley||1/07/68||#44 216|
|The exact rendering of a map is duplicated in order to fool a female spy. It's the second part of an overlay that details NATO's missile defense system.
|150px||A Game of Chess||Writer: Richard M. Sakal||Director: Alf Kjellin||1/14/68||#45 217|
|A chess master loses to Rollin Hand, who gets help from a computer. So he asks Rollin to help him steal gold from a safe, not realizing that he is being set up.
|150px||The Emerald||Writer: William Read Woodfield & Allan Balter||Director: Michael O'Herlihy||1/21/68||#46 218|
|High-stakes poker is the game as the IMF team boards a luxury liner and try to win an emerald in a card game - a gem with microfilm attached to one of its facets.
|150px||The Condemned||Writer: Laurence Heath||Director: Alf Kjellin||1/28/68||#47 219|
|A friend of Jim Phelps' is on death row. So Jim enlists Barney Collier, Rollin Hand, and Willie Armitage to help prove his friend's innocence, with only 24 hours to find the real killer.
|150px||The Counterfeiter||Writer: William Read Woodfield & Allan Balter||Director: Lee H. Katzin||2/04/68||#48 220|
|The owner of a chain of clinics is also a distributor of potentially fatal counterfeit drugs. He's made to believe he has a disease ... and the cure is one of his pills!
|150px||The Town||Writer: Sy Salkowitz||Director: Michael O'Herlihy||2/18/68||#49 221|
|On his way to meet with Rollin Hand, Jim Phelps stops by a small town and unwittingly stumbles upon an elaborate plot to kill a Soviet defector.
|150px||The Killing (1968)||Writer: William Read Woodfield & Allan Balter||Director: Lee H. Katzin||2/28/68||#50 222|
|A man who contracts murders for a living has always eluded the law. So Cinnamon Carter and Rollin Hand have him believe one of his murder victims is a ghost.
|150px||The Phoenix||Writer: John D.F. Black & Edward DeBlasio||Director: Robert Totten||3/03/68||#51 223|
|When the curator of a museum plans to turn an experimental alloy over to a foreign power, the IMF creates a diversion - an attempt on his life.
|150px||Trial by Fury||Writer: Sy Salkowitz||Director: Leonard J. Horn||3/10/68||#52 224|
|Jim Phelps and Barney Collier go undercover at a prison camp. They need to take suspicion off a prisoner helping a freedom fighter, and then draw out the real informer.
|150px||Recovery||Writer: William Read Woodfield & Allan Balter||Director: Robert Totten||3/17/68||#53 225|
|A fail-safe mechanism has fallen into enemy hands. So Jim Phelps and his team work to bring it back to the United States, along with a brilliant scientist who defected.