Special Ops Force

Season 2 Episode 3

Spyder's Web

Aired Saturday 8:00 PM Oct 10, 1998 on



  • Trivia

    • The flag of the made up country "Rumansk" has three horizontal stripes, the top being white, middle blue, and the bottom red. This is actually the real flag of Russia. They are also speaking in Russian at the dinner party.

    • David Eigenberg is added to the opening credits in this episode.

    • Carmen Electra, who guest stars as Tanya, was dating Dennis Rodman when the show was being made.

  • Quotes

    • Roxanne: (with a gun to Matt's head) You trained your team well. Let's see how they are at hostage negotiations!

    • Benny Ray: Busy bar.
      Nick: I'd be drinking all the time, too, if I had to live in this freakin' country!

    • Trout: (referring to an operative he trained who is now a hostage) I have a great deal of admiration for Roxanne Mitchell. She's bright, talented, resourceful... but if you can't get her out alive, your orders are to terminate. Terminate, with extreme prejudice!

    • Debbie: (seeing Nick shaking his head over a letter) Bad news, Nick?
      Nick: I can't believe it! Got another 'Dear John' letter.
      Debbie: I'm sorry, I know how hard those can be. I remember one, it took me days to write. It is just so hard to find the words, you know, to break up with someone. Do you know what I mean?
      Nick: Yeah. (reads his letter) 'Dear Nick... dear, dear Nick, I never want to see you again. Julie'
      Debbie: That works!

  • Notes

  • Allusions

    • Matt: I think someone's seen Evita a few too many times.

      Evita Peron, the subject of the muscial Evita, was an actress/singer who married the President Juan Peron of Argentina, and helped him to rule the country through her charismatic popularity with the people before her death by cancer at age 33.

    • Nick: (mad that Deke got them a garbage truck as transportation) What, you're riding up front with the driver?!
      Deke: Ever since Rosa Parks.

      Rosa Parks is one of the most well known Civil Rights Activists for her refusal to move to the back of the bus in Montgomery, Alabama, 1955, which sparked the Montgomery Bus Boycott led by Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.