Three gorgeous female convicts are paroled from prison to work for an unnamed federal agency. While saving the world, they take verbal pokes at anything and everything, and take absolutely ... See full summary »
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 Cassie McBain (40 episodes, 2002-2004)
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 D.D. Cummings (40 episodes, 2002-2004)
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 Shane Phillips (40 episodes, 2002-2004)
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 Jack Wilde (20 episodes, 2002-2003)
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 Duncan Baleu (20 episodes, 2003-2004)
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 Quentin Cross (20 episodes, 2003-2004)
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Three gorgeous female convicts are paroled from prison to work for an unnamed federal agency. While saving the world, they take verbal pokes at anything and everything, and take absolutely nothing seriously, including themselves. Written by fgunther <knarf343@att.net>

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20 July 2002 (USA)  »

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Disappointing ratings during the show's second season led to it's cancellation at the end of the second season. See more »

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Tanya: You should be thankful, you know. In some species the female eats the male after mating.
Jack Wilde: And not in the way we like it.
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Charlie's Angels meets Ally McBeal?!?
20 July 2002 | by (Clinton Township, Michigan) – See all my reviews

Are you tired of the mid-summer reruns? Well here's a mid-summer debut which begs for your attention! She Spies stars Natasha Henstridge from the Species films as Cassie, Kristen Miller as D.D.,and Natashia Williams as Shane. The trio are ex-cons given an opportunity to serve their country as spies. You might think this one's been done before, but some different ingredients have been thrown into this stew! The show is a definite take on McG's Charlie's Angels (with Carlos Jacott playing Jack- a version of Bosley in Angels' lore) but the quirkiness and the fast-paced writing style seem to reflect early Ally McBeal. Sexist comments and "cartoon reactions" run rampant in this show, which might remind many of us of the early days of Ally. In an effort to stay alive on the network, it cracks jokes and makes fun of itself, which could either be a self-defense mechanism or a clever new technique. The way I see it, I believe the show is very entertaining and should be given a chance for permanent network residency, despite the mid-summer debut.


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