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Season 1: 2001 - 2002Edit

# Title Prod. #
1 "A Thing For Musicians (Pilot)" 101

The girls are sent undercover to pose as musicians while on a concert tour with Ricky Mathis as they attempt to solve the mystery of why his music is causing teens to become crazy, destructive delinquents. It's not long before they discover that Sebastian Saga, a former guitarist who had lost his left arm, wants to conquer the world with his music (which Clover has also become a slave to). It is up to Sam and Alex to save the world from the crazed teenagers and Sebastian. In the b-story, Clover gets a crush on Damon, a guitarist. Note: The "Upwhatty?" joke Alex uses when she, Clover and Sam are introduced to the UPWATTI is a recurring joke in the series whenever the spies are assigned the UPWATTI for a mission.

2 "The New Jerry" November 4, 2001 103

The girls are tired of all of Jerry's interference in their lives. They are quite happy when a young man named Mac Smit takes over WOOHP, claiming that Jerry has "retired". Mac gives the girls vacations and flashy presents, but they all turn out to be deathtraps, all set up by a mysterious man known as Tim Scam. In the b-story, the girls are planning their ski trip. Villain: Tim Scam

3 "The Get Away" November 10, 2001 104

Jerry gives the girls a vacation to Hawaii, only to be interrupted by a madman whose face is disfigured due to volcanic magma. Can they save the day before he causes all of the world's volcanoes to erupt? In the b-story, the girls are getting ready for the school dance. Villain: Hefestus (Jerry).

4 "Stuck in Middle Ages with You" November 17, 2001 105

The girls are sent to investigate the kidnappings of scientists by what seems to be a knight, when they observe another scientist being captured. They promptly follow the criminal through a strange vortex. The vortex transports them back to the Middle Ages! The criminal wants to become the leader of the world by using his modern knowledge, and kidnaps Clover to be his queen. It's up to Sam and Alex to stop him before modern history is changed forever! In the b-story, the girls and Mandy fight for winning the competition for the costume while on a Halloween dance. Villain: The Dark Knight.

5 "Child's Play" December 1, 2001 106

A villain is making all of the adults in the world act like children, using evil technology disguised as old fashioned toys, particularly in the form of a Barbie-like doll called "Little Anne". Sam is also affected, becoming childlike in behavior. In a b-story, Clover tries to impress a senior by acting older and more mature by wearing business clothes. Villain: Vladimir Cosiryev.

6 "The Eraser" December 8, 2001 107

The girls are called in when strange blob like creatures drain the knowledge and memories out of a consortium of top scientists. Sam is infected as well. They must also deal with Mandy, who has decided that she's Sam's new best friend after Sam saved her hair from a pottery incident. In the b-story, the girls are getting ready for the picture days. Villain: Lester Crawley.

7 "The Fugitives" December 15, 2001 108

A villain has created clones of the girls by using their DNA from strands of hair that he collected from the spies themselves. The clones are robbing banks all over the U.S. and making Sam, Clover, and Alex look like the culprits despite the fact that they're completely innocent. Jerry thinks it was the girls that robbed the banks and plans to implant microchips in the spies' brains to stop them. The girls escape from Jerry but he carries on hunting them. Clover gets kidnapped and replaced by a clone who leads Sam and Alex into the villain's headquarters where they discover that Macker the safe-cracker, an old villain of the girls (though this is his only appearance throughout the series), is the man behind the clones. Macker plans to get his clones to rob every country's central bank at the same time. Sam and Alex are reunited with Clover and they hurry to Macker's commando base in the alpines to stop his evil plan. In a b-story, Clover and Mandy show up at school in the same Texan outfit to impress a boy from Texas, only to discover he already has a girlfriend (much to their shock). Villain: Macker the Safe-cracker. Note: This episode is an allusion to the Charlie's Angels episode "Counterfeit Angels". Both the spies and the Angels were framed for the crimes which they didn't commit by the impostors with their look.

8 "Abductions" January 5, 2002 109

A concerned parent kidnaps Nobel Prize winners and transmits their intelligence into his son to make him the smartest student at school. The girls take him out and then deal with the boy, whose head is the size of a hot air balloon! In a b-story, Clover is jealous and angry when Sam steals her part in the school play. Villain: Ambassador.

9 "Model Citizens" January 12, 2002 110

A modeling agency is kidnapping pretty girls and combining their body parts to create an army of perfect models. The felonious agency is ruled by Tuesday Tate, an ex-model who was attacked by a lion she had to tame for a shooting and subsequently lost one leg a couple of years ago. The spies are not spared by Tuesday's malignancy: Clover has her perfect legs taken, Sam loses her lustrous, even teeth and her charming smile and Alex is deprived of her perfect hair and face. In return, the girls obtain ugly body parts, namely muscular legs for Clover, fluffy hair and a bland face for Alex, and a brace-face look for Sam. In a b-story, Clover and Mandy compete in a beauty contest. Villain: Tuesday Tate.

10 "Spy Gladiators" January 19, 2002 111

The girls go undercover on a game show to discover why the other competitors are missing. In a b-story, Alex is having trouble with a bully at school. Villain: Vince King.

11 "Silicon Valley Girls" January 26, 2002 112

The girls go on a mission to discover why life-threatening attacks are happening to random people. In a b-story, Mandy becomes the student court judge and abuses her power. Villain: CHAD (a computer virus).

12 "Queen for a Day" February 9, 2002 102

The girls go to Africa to protect the queen from being kidnapped. In a b-story, Clover and Mandy compete for homecoming queen. Villain: Nakeda.

13 "Shrinking" March 2, 2002 113

A villain has been shrinking landmarks to create his own miniature world. He even manages to shrink Clover! In a b-story, Clover searches for the perfect outfit to wear on her date, but has trouble when she is the size of a doll. Villain: Diminutive Smalls.

14 "Aliens" March 9, 2002 114

The girls go undercover to discover why people are suddenly disappearing into the sky. In a b-story, Alex tries to pass Driver's Ed. Villain: Dr. Hawkins.

15 "Wild Style" March 16, 2002 115

The girls go on a mission to find a missing cruise ship and its passengers only to find out that it belongs to an evil fashion designer who turns people into animal hybrids. Clover is transformed, too, and leads the other human-animals in a revolt to help the girls in a battle against the fashion designer. In a b-story, Clover buys new rubber platform shoes, which deflate when she turns into a hybrid, to impress a tall guy at school. Villain: Helga Von Guggen.

16 "Black Widows" March 23, 2002 116

The girls investigate the disappearance of the Honeybee Cheerleaders who have the cheering championships for ten years. They are sent undercover as the Whopettes, a champion cheerleading team but they lose to the Black Widows, a brand new team. Sam notices that they have very similar moves to the Honeybees and the girls follow them to investigate. In a b-story, Mandy rivals against Sam in the spelling bee. Villain: Candy Sweet.

17 "Spies vs. Spies" March 30, 2002 122

An old team of spies who were thought to be dead return out of nowhere and delude everyone into thinking that they are back on the good side. This eventually dupes Jerry into firing Sam, Clover, and Alex. However, when the old spies set off a bomb over the course of a mission, Sam begins to harbor suspicions about their benevolence and adheres to the conviction that they are hatching an evil scheme. Since Jerry remains oblivious to his employees' com-plot, Sam's endeavor to verify her assumption becomes a perilous undertaking. In a b-story, Clover plans on retaliating against Robbie Guthrie, a boy who used to tease her at elementary school. To assuage her desire for vengeance, she agrees to rendezvous with Robbie. Villain: Edison.

18 "Evil Boyfriend" April 6, 2002 119

Sam makes the acquaintance of James, an exchange student from London, and is immediately smitten with him. What she is not cognizant of is that her so-called boyfriend is one of the villains she and the other spies are chasing. In fact, James is the thief who absconded with a groundbreaking invisibility formula. Although Jerry provides the girls with details which point to James as the culprit, Sam obdurately refuses to believe them. Her intransigence arouses a quarrel between her and the other spies, and they eventually resort to parting company. After James has disdainfully revealed his culpability to Sam, she apologizes to the girls and they follow James to Washington as he schemes to abduct the President by using his invisibility formula. In the b-story, the girls try to spend quality time together. Villain: James.

19 "Game Girls" April 20, 2002 120

A disgruntled video game maker creates games that transform the world's leading athletes into data and traps them within on a virtual world. The girls get their game on as they try to stop her plot. In a b-story, Alex's new celebrity crush turns out to be a hologram. Villain: Carla Wong aka Lady Dragon. Note: The disguise belt the girls use to instantly change their appearance is similar to the function X-powder function.

20 "A Spy is Born I" May 4, 2002 125-126

The spies battle a villain who has abducted the top movie stars of the world to use them in his insanely realistic and dangerous action film. In a b-story, Sam is voted “Most Popular” in the school yearbook and has to deal with life in the spotlight. The episode ends in a cliffhanger when Sam and Clover receive a distress call from Alex and it's shown that Alex has been kidnapped by Lumière. Villain: Marco Lumière.

21 "Passion Patties" May 11, 2002 117

Everyone is going crazy over Passion Patties, a new brand of cookies being sold by the Happy Girl Scouts. The cookies make everyone who eats them addicts, and also quickly make them extremely fat. Clover helps herself to a cookie as the spies investigate, and becomes hopelessly hooked on them too, ballooning from 127 pounds into a 588 pound sumo spy, gaining a total of 461 lbs in the process. The girls discover that the villain is a disgruntled cookie maker, and manage to turn the tables on her by literally giving her a taste of her own medicine. In the b-story, Clover is upset about having to wear a large-sized hat. Villain: Inga Bittersweet.

22 "Soul Collector" May 18, 2002 121

Several students are discovered to have been mysteriously drained of their youth. They retain youthful, albeit slightly wizened bodies, but have the chemical composition and actions of octogenarians. The girls investigate and come across the principal's diary which he has kept since the 13th century, thus learning that the school's principal is in fact a centenarian. He has maintained his youthful physique by absorbing the youth of his juvenile fellows to keep himself immortal. When he chooses Alex as his next victim, Sam and Clover are obliged to collaborate in order to stop him and his accomplices from gaining immortality. In a b-story, Mandy spots a gray streak in Sam's ginger hair causing Sam to believe that she is aging. Villain: Principal John Smith (deceased).

23 "Malled" May 25, 2002 124

Alex and Clover investigate why stores are abducting people around the world. they travel to Australia and find a villain bent on getting rid of all the malls by building an army of men and women programmed to hate and destroy malls. In the b-story, the mall security wrongfully accuse Clover of shoplifting until Mandy turns out to be the real culprit. Villain: Simon Tucker.

24 "Do You Believe in Magic?" June 1, 2002 123

A magician who was assumed dead turns up and secretly begins stealing priceless artifacts. In a b-story, the girls rival with Mandy in a photography competition. Villain: The Great Kandinsky.

25 "The Iceman Cometh" June 8, 2002 202

The girls investigate the bizarre drops in temperature around the world. In a b-story, Clover contemplates going on a date with a nerd. Villain: Dr. Gelee.

26 "Man or Machine" June 15, 2002 118

The spies are sent on a mission to observe the strange behaviors of world leaders. In a b-story, Alex and Clover accuse Sam of being no fun. Villain: Aisenstein (robot).