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2002

19 Jan. 2002
Saving Private Irons
Johhny gets dragged along in a no-dating-bet by Quick's clumsy infidelity. Just now Relic asks them to deliver a package to Hollywood producer Nina, whose office and next meeting place abound with scarcely dresses models viz. nudist part guests. Nikki's former drill instructor asks the girls to go undercover in his marines base because someone in the all-female platoon he's training has been stealing explosives and probably plans to kill top-secret prisoner 'Eagle', who turns out to be VIP-enemy Morales.
 
26 Jan. 2002
Diagnosis Val
A hospital administrator asks VIP to protect Dr. Hank Jonas's patients after two successfully treated botulism victims among them died mysteriously. Relic informs they were lured by fake, infected letters. The team goes undercover in various capacities to investigate the staff. Kay works out the victims were all jury members in the trial against Hank's fiendish brother for a prison murder. But he proves dangerously resourceful.
 
2 Feb. 2002
Val Cubed
V.I.P. is hired by the Environmental Protection Agency's Arthur Goodwin to help transport an experimental Red Coyote terrorist movement weapon to a marine base for destruction. But Val's evil double Joan Archer has escaped from the lunatic asylum, reassembles a gang and kidnaps Val, so she can take her place and abuse the device for revenge on V.I.P. Only Kay gets suspicious.
 
9 Feb. 2002
The K Files
VIP is hired to protect the Rubicon trade summit after anonymous terrorist threat letter. The FBI suspects include The Dark hand, which Johnny knows from Hong Kong, so they check on its LA member Miss Ying. Its de facto host and keynote speaker Charles Broder declares on TV to be among a recent wave of 'alian spaceship abductees'. Val insists Kay's bite/branding larks and memory loss 'prove' she is too. New incidents like both story lines, but what part does Broder's corporate deputy James Gilroy play?
 
16 Feb. 2002
48 1/2 Hours
LAPD detective Grispy has another job for VIP, this time formally deputized. They must baby-sit jail-bird Lucy Stanton, who is remitted provided she helps track her British ex-boss, international super-crook Nero, who escaped Interpol with a $20,000,000 diamond. Alas Lucy toys around to enjoy her freedom at tax payer's expense before actually pointing out Nero's right-hand Mase. Worse, Nero gets wind of the quest and starts killing off anyone connected however vaguely with a potential trace to him.
 
23 Feb. 2002
Dude, Where's My Party?
FBI agent McDonough recruits Val for a patriotic service: testing a new facility's security under Dutch aliases, after 'shopping' for illegal arms and disguises. His secret agenda is to lure the real Red Coyote anarchists. Val picks as infiltration attempt sidekick Maxine, already scheduled as partner to 'work' at an Eric Estrada party. They are indeed abducted, to be recruited as 'civilian experts', but for a surprising job.
 
13 Apr. 2002
Kiss the Val
Pseudo-anarchist techno-master criminal Merrick is released from jail. VIP goes after him because Niki hates her dad's killer unconditionally. However they soon discover he reassembled a gang. Next that his target is space technology. In fact he kidnapped a scientist's wife for the access codes to control the space shuttle.
 
27 Apr. 2002
Sunshine Girls
VIP was hired to protect teacher Jane Percival until her testimony, which should put mob killer William Sikes away for good. His team captures Val and Tasha, but instead of classical torture and truth serum make them believe to have aged decades to make them betray the witness's hide-out. Sikes gets so impatience he even kills one of his own scientists. The rest of VIP tries the mob connection.
 
4 May 2002
True Val Story
Val is proud as a peacock and happy as a clam now producer Betsy's TV series plans a profile of VIP focusing on her, the professionals are jealous having serve as extras among crooks and menials singing her praise. That and security at a Ducati motorbike model launch show on the beach seem not exciting enough, so 'reenactments' are planned so Val can star. Recently paroled contract thief Ryan Hill wants to dig up his loot, bonds about to expire, on that very beach.
 
11 May 2002
Val Who Cried Wolf
Val's Hollywood idol, stand-up comedian Scott Thayler, famous for the Jimbo character movies, hires VIP after receiving death threats. Randall Waring is indeed hell-bent on extorting him, but Scott, who constantly jokes and lies about everything, keeps their common past even from VIP. Kay meanwhile has various dealings with a fellow Jimbo super-fan.
 
18 May 2002
Valley Wonka
The heiress of Granny Groshen's cookie business posthumously hired VIP for security at her funeral, reading of her will and its execution. She left half of the priceless recipe to son Bernard and daughter Rhonda each. She wants to keep the family business as it is, he to cash a German multinational's $700,000,0000 bid. 'Bernie' is being blackmails by Yablosnki mob enforcer Rudolph M. Slavin. Williams has the hots for Rhonda, but is in for a nasty surprise, like her and VIP.
 

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