G.I. Joe (1985–1986)
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The Spy Who Rooked Me 

The Joes, along with British super secret agent Matthew Burke, must deliver to a weapons depository, a black box that, unknown to the Joes, contains a powerful nerve gas, a weapon that COBRA will spare no expense to possess.

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Episode credited cast:
Jackson Beck ...
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Beach Head (voice) (as Bill Callaway)
Philip L. Clarke ...
Matthew Burke (voice)
Christopher Collins ...
Ripper (voice) (as Christopher Latta)
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Dr. Mindbender (voice)
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Dial Tone (voice)
Ed Gilbert ...
Gen. Hawk (voice) (as Edmund Gilbert)
Zack Hoffman ...
Zartan (voice)
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Cross-Country (voice) (as Mike McConnohie)
Mary McDonald-Lewis ...
Lady Jaye (voice) (as Mary McDonald Lewis)
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Zarana (voice)
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Flint (voice)
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Buzzer / Monkeywrench (voice)
Ted Schwartz ...
Thrasher (voice)
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Scientist / Gen. Hawk (voice)
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The Joes, along with British super secret agent Matthew Burke, must deliver to a weapons depository, a black box that, unknown to the Joes, contains a powerful nerve gas, a weapon that COBRA will spare no expense to possess.

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13 October 1986 (USA)  »

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1.43 : 1
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Trivia

The character of British, suave, seductive superspy Matthew Burke was inspired by James Bond. In addition, the episode's title references "The Spy Who Loved Me", the tenth James Bond novel. Coincidentally, the film The Spy Who Loved Me (1977) was also the tenth James Bond film, however apart from the title, novel and film have very little in common. See more »

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References The Spy Who Loved Me (1977) See more »

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