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Jack Wilde (Character)
from "She Spies" (2002)

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"She Spies: First Episode (#1.1)" (2002)
Jack Wilde: Spy number one's a local girl made bad, who rebelled against her rich parents, found success as a master thief, and once crippled a man she claims was trying to assault her. Watch out, fellas. More than just a token African-American, she's proficient in Brazilian jujitsu and makes a wonderful peach cobbler. Say hello to Shane! Spy number two comes to us from Washington, D.C., where she was indicted on six counts of stealing state secrets from a government database. An expert in computer hacking and foreign languages, she loves volleyball and dancing the rumba. Say hello to D.D.! And last but certainly not least, spy number three. Hailing from Aspen, Colorado, this former Phi Delta Gamma earned her three trips to prison by conning millions of dollars from greedy bankers and C.E.O.s. She loves slipping into other personas and walks on the beach. Let's give a big hand to Cassie!

Shane Phillips: Any suspects?
Jack Wilde: A few. The Liberation People's Front, the Hammer of God right-wing paramilitary group, the Mallet of God left-wing separatists, the Screaming Banshees of Death - they're actually quite moderate - twenty-four members of the State House, thirty-two members of the State Senate, five Supreme Court justices, disgruntled postmaster general, the National Organization for Women, Bill O'Reilly, Bill Buckley, Billy Baldwin, Natalie Portman, Shannon Elizabeth, Kirsten Dunst, Jim Bailey - don't ask. His high-school homeroom teacher, his college Poli-Sci teacher...

Jack Wilde: We've got word that there's going to be an attempt on the Governor during the show, and they've already started taping.
D.D. Cummings: What do you mean, you "got word"? From where?
Jack Wilde: Never mind.
Shane Phillips: No, no, really. How do you "get word" on something like that?
Jack Wilde: Never mind.
Cassie McBain: And how come you always "get word" part of it? You always know what's going to happen but never who's doing it or how.
Jack Wilde: I said never mind. Can we get over there, please?
D.D. Cummings: We're just a little confused.