Senator Donner is one of the senators brought in to approve the procedure for the construction and housing of the neutron beam cannon. He wasn't aware that the NBC had already been built, and was aghast when this was revealed at the top of the mesa. He flexed his senatorial power and tried to bring down the helicopter holding the cannon. This proved ineffective, and he instead watched with everyone else as the Misfits stopped the helicopter from escaping.
Bob Scanlon runs the County Juvenile Correction Facility, where Gloria had been brought after the incident at the mall. Billy asked Scanlon to release Gloria – ostensibly for more tests, but really Billy wanted her for the Misfits. Because Scanlon felt that sending Gloria for testing at Humanidyne was preferable to keeping her in a jail cell, he let her out into Jane's care. He quickly found out, by watching the coverage of the Misfits on the news, exactly what Jane had let Gloria become a part of. But his consternation over the Misfits' actions shifted to support as he continued to follow the coverage and rooted for the Misfits as they saved the day.
Cindy is a reporter for KHB, channel 3. She did the news coverage of the neutron beam cannon and the tests of the bunker to house it in. This ultimately became coverage of the Misfits saving the world from the cannon. Unlike what was reported concerning the Misfits' break-in at Humanidyne, Cindy's reporting of what the Misfits were doing at the bunker was supportive. This support and excited interest is also reflected in the way the media continued to treat the Misfits after their big debut (with the exception of the piece done about Billy after his arrest by Jasper).
The late Morton Augenblickt was an archaeologist with crazy notions about what happened to the Mayans. To prove his theories, he went on excursions looking for the lost Mayan civilization – to the detriment of his career and reputation.
Augie was a good friend of Billy's, and when he died on Billy and El's doorstep with a Mayan map clutched in his hand, Billy took up the search for the lost Mayan temple where Augie had left off. Billy, the rest of the Misfits, and Angel followed the map (and Augie's dying words of "Mrs. Getty") to a temple hidden underneath Beverly Hills - proving Augie wasn't a loony after all.
Jeffries was the top dog on 'Mother Goose', a top-secret government missile project that was utilizing a Transicon unit built by H.I.T. When a second Transicon signal was discovered emitting from Harry's garage, Jeffries sent in government men to round up Harry and his equipment. The Misfits intervened, and it was Billy and El who got taken to Jeffries instead. They convinced him that the missile launch had to remain halted until Harry could be told what was going on. But before this could be done the countdown resumed on its own because of Harry's continued invitations.
The Misfits intervened again, with Harry helping on his equipment and Johnny B supercharging an earthmover to boost the Transicon signal, and Jeffries had to just stand by and watch his 6.2 million dollar missile be destroyed as it slammed harmlessly into the side of a mountain.
Dr. Komack is the director of the anthropology department at the University and was in charge of how Link was handled there. Dr. Komack had Link confined in a habitat, but Deanna was able to persuade Dr. Komack to let her and the Misfits try their idea of seeing where Link would lead them if he was given some freedom. Unfortunately, Link got lost.
Dr. Komack was furious and, once Link was found, personally returned him to the habitat. Dr Komack put his foot down about letting Link out again, and was deaf to any further appeals from Deanna or anyone else. This meant that, to get Link out, Dr. Komack had to be confined himself – in his office with Dick guarding him. He wasn't kept tied up for long though, and once out, instead of being mad, he tried to help with the situation the Misfits had gotten themselves into.
Major Logger is an officer at Edwards Air Force base, and in charge of the security for the shuttle Discovery. He takes his job seriously and he didn't pussyfoot around his orders that, if he caught anyone trespassing, he and his men were to shoot to kill. The Misfits and Link ran the risk of approaching the shuttle anyway and Logger chased them down. Fortunately El had gotten a message to him and Logger was now only going to arrest them all. What Logger didn't bargain for was that the injustice of the situation set Billy off. Billy ran Link's entire plight past Logger and told him that the Misfits were going to help Link – with or without Logger on their side. Logger capitulated and allowed Link's totem to be put aboard the shuttle.
Oscar is the Director of Operations for Brick's secret agent missions. He's calm and in charge, and when Brick was having his ego crisis, Oscar wanted to do what he thought was best for him. He asked the Misfits to accompany Brick on the mission to retrieve the "football" and help Brick regain his confidence.
Oscar sends Brick his mission data on miniature videotapes, and he gives full point-by-point recounts of his accomplished missions – the mission with the Misfits was no exception.
"Mr. Mustache" is a foreign agent who works with the US government; he's Brick's overseas contact. He calls Brick the "bionic jerk" because of the way Brick winds up needing his and his men's help on missions and then takes the credit for things they've done. He was the Misfits and Brick's contact during the mission in the French Riviera, though the Misfits didn't know this at first since Brick didn't want to acknowledge that he knew him.
But once things got sorted out and the Misfits knew who "Mr. Mustache" really was, he and they worked well together. He had gotten shot by an enemy agent and so entrusted the rest of the mission to them, telling them to get the "football" to the helicopter he had waiting.
Agent Davis & Agent Jeff
Agent Davis and his younger partner Jeff are the assigned protection for Princess Jaye. They trail Jaye everywhere, which annoys her because they "always know" where she is. When Jaye needed to make an important (though not so legal) transaction with her bracelet, she gave Davis and Jeff the slip long enough to get away, and the agents were left with only Billy and El to take in to the embassy and question.
The agents couldn't get any straight answers from their two captives (Billy and El knew nothing of what Jaye was up to), they couldn't get any information elsewhere beyond the fact that Jaye had been taken away with someone on a motorcycle, and when they returned to the embassy they found that Billy and El had escaped. They feared that this all meant Jaye had been kidnapped, and they went to Cassatti to tell him. Cassatti, though, was the one masterminding the whole plot against Jaye, and he sent the agents on a wild goose chase instead.
Sonny is the coach for the L.A. Wolves. He takes a firm and old school approach to coaching and the game of basketball. He didn't believe in The Fly being jinxed, and continued to play him.
When Billy said that El needed to be on the inside to observe The Fly's rumored jinx, Sonny agreed to let El try out for the team. He didn't know El was playing with Gloria's help, and gladly put El on the team after seeing him make basket after perfect basket.
Sonny believed the Misfits when they showed him that some of his players were corrupt and were responsible for the mishaps that were being attributed to The Fly's jinx. After that had been taken care of, he formed a syndicate and bought up the orphaned L.A. Wolves, making The Fly captain of the team.
Hanratti is an up-and-coming FBI agent. He was assigned to help Jasper sniff out spies at Humanidyne, and aided him in his excessive spy-catching methods. When it became apparent that there'd been a mix-up and there actually never was a spy, Hanratti naively thought they'd withdraw. But Jasper told him that they couldn't go back emptyhanded – they'd have to take someone in, guilty or not. Hanratti didn't agree with this, so he didn't go along with Jasper to arrest anyone. Hanratti was given orders to take Jasper in as the fall guy instead. He carried out his orders, sorry that it had come to that.
Jerry is the host of 'Close Up News'. He doggedly followed the story of whether or not Billy was a spy, asking all the right questions (and some of the wrong ones) to all of the parties involved. He interviewed the agent who had arrested Billy, Billy's friends and family, and acquaintances who had known Billy in the past.
Jerry brought cameras to Humanidyne to get the inside scoop on how things had led up to Billy's arrest and how things had been going since. When Dick went out to catch the real spy, Jerry was right on his heels to, in a "television first", film the actual apprehension. However, the FBI had him escorted away before he could do so.
Jerry was there with the rest of the reporters when Billy walked out of the County Jail, a free man again, to ask Billy why the charges had been dropped and what had caused the FBI's about-face. El, smartly, didn't let Billy answer the inquisitive reporter.
Miss Jobs is Dick's secretary. She's a little jaded and not too interested in her work, but she does what Dick says without asking questions.
Mrs. Ruth Hayes
Mrs. Hayes is Billy's mother. She gets her hair done at the beauty salon and shops at the food wagon. When she's on the phone to Billy, she nags him about how he lives his life and how he handles his career - she wonders why he isn't a successful yuppie like her friends' sons are.
Mrs. Hayes sent Billy a blender for his birthday 3 years ago, which started the whole there's-a-spy-at-Humanidyne snafu. While Billy was in jail over this, she went back into mother mode and sent him packages from home, including jars of mayonnaise (something she remembered him loving to eat as a child).
Mrs. Willis is a kindly older woman with telepathic powers. She comes to the H.I.T. lab occasionally for tests. She's strong minded and very comfortable with her telepathy. She doesn't like what she does to be thought of as 'parlor tricks'.
Mrs. Willis' telepathy is quite strong; she can tell the exact sentence in someone's mind and can know about an action before it happens. She performs splendidly on accredited blind tests for ESP proficiency.
"Stretch" plays bass guitar in Johnny B's rock 'n' roll band. He's a real laid back guy and isn't bothered by Johnny B's electricalness. He may or may not have been part of the Ray Bans, and he wasn't at the gig for the visiting Russians.
Herb Miller (The Invisible Man)
Herb is one of Billy's patients. He makes regular visits to Humanidyne, though Billy is always far too busy with the other things going on to see him. Miss Nance took him bowling and also on the trip she won to Hawaii.
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