Totally Spies!

Season 3 Episode 15

Super Agent Much?

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Aired Saturday 6:00 AM Apr 03, 2005 on Cartoon Network
9.0
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18 votes
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Sam and Alex confront Clover about slacking off during their missions. After losing track of Clover on their next mission, they find she has single-handedly defeated the villain. Suddenly, Clover is acting differently. Her spy skills keep getting better and better. When Sam and Alex investigate, they find out that Geraldine, head of rival agency S.P.I., has secretly modified Clover into a super agent so she can recruit her. In the climax, it's Sam and Alex versus the super agent Clover to try and get their best friend back. In a b-story, Clover's busy social life is interrupted when she becomes a super agent.moreless

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  • This is my favourite episode!

    10
    You can see Clover in his best action in this episode, performin super human abilities like super strong, super speed and a master on the use of weapons (something very strange in this series). Geraldine (the owner of the rival agency S.P.I.) power up Clover with nanomachines to turn her evil and face off W.H.O.O.P. Sam and Alex starts to investiating the case and get Clover like she is usually. I like Clover too much, because she remembers my in my childhood: always falling in love with girls, worried in my appearence and a bit nervous... These things are out of my persnality now, but sometimes it remembers my good times on my past...moreless
  • Disappointing.

    4.0
    When I read the storyline for this ep, I thought it would be great. When I watched it, however, I was sorely disappointed.

    Boring action scenes, dire comedy, silly situations. Geraldine from the "S.P.I" episode wasn't the best villain from the series, and her man-eating plant thing was stupid.

    A promising storyline ruined by a bad script.

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