Join or Sign In

Sign in to customize your TV listings

Continue with Facebook Continue with email

By joining TV Guide, you agree to our Terms of Use and acknowledge the data practices in our Privacy Policy.

Question: I remember an old ...

Question: I remember an old TV series called The Delphi Bureau. The only thing I can remember about it was it starred an actor named Laurence Luckinbill, who played Mr. Spock's long-lost brother in one of the Star Trek movies. Can you please refresh my memory on what it was about and when it aired? Thanks. — King L. Televisionary: By your command, King. First, let me point out that Sybok the wacky Vulcan (Luckinbill) was actually Spock's half-brother in Star Trek V: The Final Frontier — that'll save all the sticklers the effort of e-mailing me to correct you. But what care we about the big screen when we should be discussing TV? The Delphi Bureau, one of three segments of a series called The Men, ran on ABC from October 1972 to September 1973. It was a cloak-and-dagger series about a little-known government group (the only kind we ever see on TV, really) that protected the nation

TV Guide User Photo
TV GuideNews

Question: I remember an old TV series called The Delphi Bureau. The only thing I can remember about it was it starred an actor named Laurence Luckinbill, who played Mr. Spock's long-lost brother in one of the Star Trek movies. Can you please refresh my memory on what it was about and when it aired? Thanks. — King L.

Televisionary: By your command, King. First, let me point out that Sybok the wacky Vulcan (Luckinbill) was actually Spock's half-brother in Star Trek V: The Final Frontier — that'll save all the sticklers the effort of e-mailing me to correct you.

But what care we about the big screen when we should be discussing TV? The Delphi Bureau, one of three segments of a series called The Men, ran on ABC from October 1972 to September 1973. It was a cloak-and-dagger series about a little-known government group (the only kind we ever see on TV, really) that protected the nation via all sorts of covert derring-do. Luckinbill played Glenn Gregory, the group's main man, and Anne Jeffreys was Sybil Van Loween, the woman who gave him his marching orders. In a nifty touch, the Delphi Bureau's office was a limousine, an idea I've tried to sell my boss on. However, he insists that with our budget, only FlickChick rates such a set-up.