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She Spies - The Complete First Season
She Spies - The Complete First Season
Actors: Natasha Henstridge, Kristen Miller, Natasha Williams, Carlos Jacott
Genres: Action & Adventure, Comedy, Horror, Television, Mystery & Suspense
NR     2006     15hr 0min

What if the government established a clandestine organization to rid the world of evil-doers? What if the spies recruited for this covert organization were multitalented convicted felons played by Natasha Henstridge (Com...  more »


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Actors: Natasha Henstridge, Kristen Miller, Natasha Williams, Carlos Jacott
Genres: Action & Adventure, Comedy, Horror, Television, Mystery & Suspense
Sub-Genres: Action & Adventure, Comedy, Horror, Television, Mystery & Suspense
Studio: MGM (Video & DVD)
Format: DVD - Color,Full Screen
DVD Release Date: 03/14/2006
Original Release Date: 07/20/2002
Theatrical Release Date: 07/20/2002
Release Year: 2006
Run Time: 15hr 0min
Screens: Color,Full Screen
Number of Discs: 4
SwapaDVD Credits: 4
Total Copies: 0
Members Wishing: 0
Edition: Box set
MPAA Rating: NR (Not Rated)
Languages: English

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Movie Reviews

She Spies 3 episodes on NBC 7/02 Syndicated 9/30/02-9/11/05
P. Burgos | Hanford, CA | 01/05/2006
(5 out of 5 stars)

"In July 2002, NBC aired She Spies starring Natasha Henstridge from Spices as well as 2 newcomers. After 3 airings on NBC, She Spies became a hit so they decided to run the show into syndication which began on the weekend of Sept. 30, 2002 and lasted for 2 seasons before getting uncerimoniusly cancelled in Sept 2004 and ran in repeats for the remainder of the 2004-05 season before getting off the air the week of 9/10-9/11/05. Anyway this show is one of the best that got robbed of a longer run. Anyway here are the episodes that will be on the DVD set.

NBC Premiere run episodes
1.) First episode 7/20/02
The Spies take on their first mission - saving a former politician and current talk show host from being assassinated on his own program.

2.) The Martini Shot 7/27/02
Cassie goes undercover as a runway model to break up a fashion industry ring.

3.) Poster Girl 8/3/02
The Spies go after two brothers running a bogus charity scam.

Syndicated episodes (Began the week of 9/30/02)

4.) Daddy's Girl 9/30/02
The team are assigned as bodyguards to protect a rebellious teenager.

5.) Fondles 10/21/02
Cassie and Shane go undercover at a singles' apartment complex to break up an Icelandic spy ring.

6.) Ice Man 10/28/02
The Spies go undercover at a comedy club to capture a serial killer who preys on spies.

7.) Three Women and a Baby 11/4/02
The She Spies end up caring for a baby left on their doorstep who is the child of a major arms dealer.

8.) Trap 11/11/02
The girls are trapped in their own house by a killer looking for revenge.

9.) Spies vs. Spy 11/18/02
The Spies go up against a former member of the project when they protect an ambassador's daughter on her wedding day.

10.) Perilyzed 12/2/02
The women remember how they met in prison as they wait for a poisonous stuffed frog to finish killing them.

11.) Betrayal 1/13/03
D.D. turns traitor and the other Spies are forced to arrest her.

12.) Girl With the Broken Heart 1/27/03
The team go to a pharamaceutical convention to prevent a theft and Cassie meets an old flame.

13.) You Don't Know Jack 2/3/03
The Spies are pitted against a deadly assassin - La Puma. But he's closer then they think...

14.) First Date 2/10/03
The Spies must investigate three partners to find which one of them is selling secrets.

15.) While You Were Out 2/17/03
The Spies must protect a top CEO from assassination.

16.) Daze of Future Past 4/14/03
Jack is in an accident and loses his memory - he must recover before the villains' master plan that he can't remember goes off. Or must he?

17.) The Replacement 4/21/03
International thief Indigo captures Cassie, and the Spies are forced to take on a new teammate to recover her.

18.) Damsels in De-Stress 4/28/03
While visiting a destress clinic, the Spies are stalked by a bomber who needs a vital piece of evidence they have to set off his or her bombs.

19.) Learning to Fly 5/5/03
The Spies must protect an animal activist being transferred by plane.

20.) We'll Be Right Back 5/12/03
An old friend of Shane's is undergoing cyrogenic treatment but the Spies discover it's a front for a criminal scheme.

There would be one other season before the show got canned and this and the 2nd season would be repeated for 04/05 season. But It's a great show that should be at least made into a movie."
Get the first season, but skip the second season
Anthony Thompson | Big Lake, MN United States | 01/08/2006
(5 out of 5 stars)

"The first season of She Spies was a very entertaining, off-the-wall comedy. Think "Naked Gun" meets "Charlies Angels". The show drastically shifted gears for the second season, though (due to poor ratings perhaps) and attempted to be a straightforward action show. It just didn't work. Get the first season set and enjoy some good laughs and eye-candy."
Carlos Added Wonderful Light to the Show
Ruxton | Rockies | 04/05/2006
(5 out of 5 stars)

"Season One of She Spies was wonderful. It had humor, clever wit, double meanings to scenes and to the dialog, and it had one of the most brilliant comedy actors for the girls to play off, Carlos Jacott. Carlos was in all three of Joss Whedon's TV series, Buffy, Angel, and Firefly, one of only four people to do so. When you see his scope in She Spies you might understand why the brilliant Mr. Whedon used him so diligently. Natasha and Natashia and Kristen (how can anyone not love Kristen Miller!?) are also great, their martial arts are actually somewhat functional, and the show is just lots of fun. Dummies need not buy it: they won't get the humor. Skip season two, which lacked Carlos Jacott. Cameron Daddo added exactly nothing, and the show became dull in the sense it was commonplace, never achieving the same heights of wit seen in this season one set. However, this reviewer, who is a bit hard of hearing, sorely misses the text overlays (subtitles) that were on TV. Buy it and enjoy a fun ride. It's absolutely delightful."
Episodes on DVD have been slightly edited...
Brian Wolman | 03/15/2006
(3 out of 5 stars)

"I loved this show. However, I am disappointed by the new dvd release. heres why:

On television, before most of the commercial breaks, the image turned into a still, then transformed into a telescope sight.
At the end of the commercial break, the same thing happened but in reverse.
The new dvds are missing these bumpers. The show fades out rather quickly then fades in just as quickly.
This causes both truncation in video and music content.
During its original run, the telescope transitions were not at every commerical break, but at most of them.
Shame on MGM for cutting this episodes.
If you can live without this slight alteration, get the set. the show is fun and the girls are quite fetching."