Men in Black: The Series

The WB (ended 2001)




Episode Guide

  • Season 4
    • The Endgame Syndrome (2)
      With MIB having success in coordinating resistance against the invasion, the Ixions plan to unleash a weapon that will kill everyone on Earth. Jay and Kay will fight Alpha in the final battle for humanity.
    • The Endgame Syndrome (1)
      Alpha, Vangus and the Ixions return to Earth, working together to threaten all life on the planet. With invasion imminent, Zed decides to reveal MIB's existence to the world.
    • The Zero to Superhero Syndrome
      A super hero caling himself Cosmosis emerges to defend the city from evil, but he's really an alien looking to put his powers to good use. However, MIB feels his new profession could attract trouble for Earth, so they try to lure him out using Jay as bait.
    • The Breaking News Syndrome
      MIB agents suddenly have an alien TV crew in their midst and Kay and Jay now have to put up with the crew. There certainly won't be a lack of action, though, especially with the appearance of a special guest star – Drekk.
    • The Virtual Crossfire Syndrome
      Jay gets a low score on MIB's new virtual reality training test and the embarassment eventually forces him to try again. But this time the game goes haywire and the dangers Jay faces become deadly.
    • The Circus Parade Syndrome
      The Association has scoured the galaxy for informant Zobo and MIB has been keeping watch over Zobo ala Witness Protection. Unfortunately, the Association finally tracks him down. MIB rushes Zobo into a new identity and new surroundings – a circus, and Kay and Jay will have to follow suit to protect him.moreless
    • The Hots for Jay Syndrome
      After eating some alien food, Jay gains the ability to throw fire. But this new power will have serious consequences if he keeps using it.
    • The Loose Ball Foul Syndrome
      The Fmeks are back and trying to take over a tiny planet that resembles a baseball. To make matters worse, Kay is on the tiny planet and things are getting very hot.
    • The Future's So Bright Syndrome
      A recently arrived Worm hasn't come to get coffee but to conquer instead. MIB takes him seriously and wants him stopped – sending out Kay and Jay. However, the evil Worm escapes via time travel, but not without Jay in tow.
    • The Opening Gambit Syndrome
      Thirty years ago, an Ixion named Vangus came to Earth and was stopped by an MIB agent. Now when Vangus returns, MIB seeks answers from the agent that stopped him: Alpha.
    • The Back to School Syndrome
      One 'human,' high school student is actually a young alien prince and his cover has been found out by alien terrorists. Until they can stop the terrorists, MIB must protect him round the clock – requiring undercover assignments like being a fellow student. That bill, unsurprisingly, is easily fit by Jay.moreless
    • The Spectacle Syndrome
      Somewhere out in space is an alien world that nearly-perfectly resembles Ancient Rome. Gladiator style games tend to be the favorite form of entertainment, and sheer accident has brought forth the newest competitors – the Worms. Obviously, since MIB isn't going to hang the Worms out to dry, Kay and Jay are in for another space trip. Problem is, this ultimately forces Jay into his own Gladiator match.moreless
    • The Musical Chairs Syndrome
      Changes abound at MIB as Dr. Zeeltor takes over in the lab for Elle, who has become a field agent and gotten partnered with an alien named Agent X. As these new changes set in, MIB has to stop New York from being devoured by a Barooga.
  • Season 3
  • Season 2
  • Season 1