I Spike



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I Spike is an action-series pilot from the United Paramount Network that puts Charlie's Angeles on a California beach. The pilot starts with the FBI informing three beautiful agents from different backgrounds that their next assignment is to catch bad guys on the sand. Posing as a pro-volleyball squad, Melrose Place actor Lisa Rinna, takes the lead role of "the Midas Team," which consists of an ex-Navy SEAL and West Point graduate (Daisy Fuentes) and her surfer sister (Marika Dominczyk). The agent's go-to-guy and support man (Damien Wayans) poses as the teams coach. The Midas Team's first assignment is to find the kidnapped daughter (Sarah Drew) of a presidential nominee, Senator Blake (Rex Linn). The girl was last seen in Los Angeles on her way to take surfing lessons. With a real volley ball tournament on the horizon, the girls and their coach must do their detective work and learn the game fast, so they can keep their cover. The agents seek the help of pro-volleyball players, May-Treanor and Kerri Wals, who make guest appearances on the pilot.


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  • A trio of beautiful women in a secret government organization fight crime with the help of high tech equipment, skimpy clothing, and several trips to the beach.

    Better or worse than what is on tv now? Hard to say since no one ever saw it. But it sure was tv at its campy best, too bad it did not get a shot. Shot on location in Santa Monica and other beach cities, there were several exciting volleyball games, running, shooting and capturing of criminals. Nifty high tech equipment and flashy cars were the norm and the script packed the punch of a Bay Watch script but was much more aware of its camp appeal. No intention of making a political statement or taking itself too seriously. The actors were great in it, struck a perfect balance of comedy without making fun of its genre.moreless