8 January 2007
Blane Whittaker is pleased finally to get a real assignment, less that his martial art skills are only called upon as backup for two haughty colleagues, ICT nerd Rose Gupta and fashionable disguise expert Daisy Millar. The job is to find out and hopefully remedy why the British PM plans to declare war on Europe. Luckily (?) he happens to visits M.I. High to confer an academic prize. Thanks to a DNA analysis device and Blane's longstanding friendship with SciFi-obsessed Stewart Critchley, whose confidence and 'intergaactic' radio he must abuse, they find out who has transformed the pacifist PM into a malicious 'cyber-clone' and take on the Grand Master's evil scientist, the semi-rodent Guinea Pig.
8 January 2007
HQ worries that teenagers are turned into 'pop zombies', who roam at night to ravage music-shops, sparing only popular boys-band Crush's records. The band's tour bus is diverted from its way to Wembley to MI High. Blane rightly suspects the boys are innocent, unlike their dodgy, domineering manager, ex con would be-singer Tony Frisco. Gupta works out he's using subliminal messages and works on an auditive antidote.
15 January 2007
The British secret service suspects that the weather, which gets out of whack worldwide, is being manipulated from inside the meteorological institute, but their undercover agent as found frozen to death. Blane's team is sent in, but soon realizes that director Roger Powell is too dumb to be behind it, unlike former start TV presenter Sonya Frost.
22 January 2007
Disgruntled geology museum guide Brent Gilbert has stolen two of the three magical 'dark stones' believed to be able to throw Albion back into the Middle Ages. Putting them together apparently progressively paralysis the British power grid and he holds the government to ransom. Blane and Daisy must guard the third stone while Gupta tries to reason with Brent. Only Blane considers buddy Stewart's divining rod theory, which proves crucial.
Season 1, Episode 5: Nerd Alert29 January 2007
Junior hacker 'the worm' has managed to sabotage two satellite launches already. If he does the same with a military surveillance one, an overseas enemy may attack the 'unprotected' UK. Despite the huge stake, Blane can't fully concentrate, worrying he may miss his big brother Kyle Whittaker's departure on his regiment's next mission, as turns out related. Blanes till thinks of luring the Worm trough a chat site into a contact with Gupta and using nerd buddy Stewart Critchley's gaming champion skills to let him unwittingly counter the hacking, with Daisy as bait.
5 February 2007
M.I. High eagerly accepts helping out the CIA with a device that should decouple human powers but goes berserk life-threateningly, hoping Gupta can fix it. It's delivered by Californian hotshot 'exchange student' Chad Turner, an instant hit with all girls. Poor Blane is ridiculed and unfortunate in making the briefcases switch, but determined to save the day by volunteering behind the boss' back as guinea-pig. As if that weren't dangerous enough, Chad is actually a double agent for Skull's Grandmaster, as the team luckily suspects.
12 February 2007
Measly ice vendor Fenton dreams of being recruited into Skull by the grand master. Lacking any macho qualities, he offers his talent as wacky inventor to prove his theory that St. Hope school harbors spies. They assume that it's the staff, but his bug devices, modified animals including the grand master's pet bunny, and truth serum set him on the trail of our trio.
19 February 2007
The British government's top secret research center NOSE's scientists are turned into mental toddlers. The team works out they were affected by the cooler water, then traces it to beautician Vanessa Zeitgeist's spa Shangri La, which specializes in rejuvenating oxygen therapy. NOSE director Dr. Grabwurst accidentally spreads it to the pupils but is still able to give a vital clue. Meawnhile Gupta's father most be stopped from transferring his nerd genius to a strict Catholic school.
26 February 2007
St. Hope pupil Dylan Towser has invented a device to disable military ballistic missiles. MI 9 expects an attempt on boy and invention, but the army has assigned their security to general Scarp. As cover, the class is submerged in a grueling cadet program. The mystery enemy manages to kidnap Tower and daisy, who was informally assigned to him. The team works out what happened, but the culprit already threatens peace.
5 March 2007
A spacecraft landed near St.Hope's, yet the team must grudgingly cede jurisdiction to specialized MI9 branch Air One, at least officially. In fact they win the race against them and Skul's agent, Stewart's cousin. Inside is junior test astronaut Liu, whom the team refuses to treat as an enemy.
7 January 2008
Blaine's team manages to capture Skul's grandmaster, so they receive an international decoration for valor from the hands of the US president. At the gala, illusionist David DeHaverland performs a disappearing trick. To even his astonishment, the American president has really disappeared. He's arrested as prime suspect but escapes. The abductor demands an exchange for the grandmaster. CIA special agent Abe Mason gives MI 9 six hours to solve the case or oblige and be publicly ridiculed worldwide. DeHaverland's own investigation also leads to the sacred hideout of a disbanded, camouflage-specialized World war II magician veterans club.
7 January 2008
The spy team has a forced holiday from MI9 as the base is temporarily turned over to gadget genius Quentin Flake, who needs to test his artificially intelligent system ALLEN, Al for short. The kids are supposed to concentrate on St.Hope's lame 'Save the planet' inventions contest. Alas, Al gets out of control, resolved to take care of human 'reoffenders' by drastic means. Blaine's knavish vandalism knack and Stewart's potato-powered Phone come in handy to defeat the robot army which threatens to take over the whole country.
14 January 2008
MI 9 is suspicious about the meteoric rise in popularity among the youth of designer Lorenzo Ferrago's label and the mysterious disappearance of all profits. To infiltrate his fashion house, one of the junior spies must win a school-kids catwalk competition and take the others along as 'assistant's. Surprisingly, Gupta out-stages Daisy. At Ferrago's HQ, confirmation is found that a mysterious chemical die used by the label is fishy, in fact provided by Skul's grand master.
Season 2, Episode 4: Fit Up21 January 2008
MI9 is worried about school-kids who fell into seemingly endless sleep after gym sessions. They all attend schools which were recently visited by former Olympian Maximus Fiticus, who promotes his gladiators-inspired fitness program. So the team tricks him into coming to St.Hope's. Blane and Gupta find out that his Skul-devised gym equipment steals youthful energy, which is stored for sale to seniors.
Season 2, Episode 5: Face Off4 February 2008
MI9 is in the case of a crime wave consisting in museum thefts by previously well-behaved school-kids, even including Blane's nerd buddy Stewart Critchley, who can't understand what happened. it's all the doing of schoolmate Lewis Chuckworth's father Charlie, who makes him wear perfect masks made after the other boys using Skul-technology. Base chief Lenny is also compromised, arrested and temporarily replaced by MI9's incompetent chief.
Season 2, Episode 6: Big Sister11 February 2008
St. Hope's is being spied upon by cameras, first from a child-hating neighbor woman's garden-gnome, later officially all over school as part of education minister Mary Taylor's 'big sister' program to restore old-fashioned values and discipline in the youth. The team finds out what makes them tick and finds a link.
11 February 2008
MI9 must investigate a general flu, which cripples the school like most of country. Researching the similar 1914 virus leads them to the museum which contains the cryogenics-conserved body of its vaccine designer, Theodore Tilbury, which Blane drags to the base. Skul is behind it, to profit from medical supplies, so the grandmaster orders its researcher, Dr. Gesundheit, to overcome his fear of germs to stop them and retrieve his predecessor.
Season 2, Episode 8: Nano Nits18 February 2008
A lice problems spreads from school to school, including St.Hope's. MI9 rather worries over an epidemic of failing alarm systems near banks. Blane realizes that the two coincide geographically and bravely volunteers his scalp to set a parasitic trap. Indeed, Skul's grandmaster plans the ultimate bank robbery and hired Nora Braithwaite, whose pest control firm specializes in lice because she can thus sneakily spread her nano technology-version.
Season 2, Episode 9: The Others3 March 2008
The exams start at St.Hope. The spy trio however is pulled out and replaced by holographic doubles for their own test, at pain of expulsion, pitted against three reformed criminals which they themselves caught, including Lewis and hacker the Worm. The tests are supervised by involuntarily retired agent James Blond, who resents juniors stealing his job and seizes his chance to make them sweat, or worse.
3 March 2008
The Koh i Noor, among the crown Jewels, is the last major diamond in Britain not yet stolen, so it's sent fro safe-keeping to the base at St.Hope. The only link MI9 can go is is the presence at those times of football (soccer) star Ben Lacey, who promotes a campaign to dump 'thieves-attracting' jewelry. The kids fully doubts the brainless star could mastermind anything. In fact his ever-present, slightly brighter brother Reginald is behind it, so his genius nerd accomplice Nigel can make a terrible laser canon. In order to keep the campaign at the school, Stewart is staged as 'football prodigy'.
Season 2, Episode 11: Spy Plane17 March 2008
MI-9 investigates the disappearance of the spy plane X-20 on the day proud RAF designer Boris Ryfield was to present it to the PM, with its revolutionary invisibility device. Horror stories in English class inspire a wave of fears that enables Blane to cleverly cover suspicions pointing to the base, yet Lenny erroneously fears he might have said too much. Impersonating an inexistent oil prince, Blane attends the underworld bidding for the plane, which happens to be stolen for personal reasons by the designer's immature spoiled brat Irene, yet Blane resolves to save both.
MI9 is worried about several recent, nearby attacks by genetically modified plants on contractors and the housing minister. Tired of pupils cuing at his office for discipline requested by teachers who command no respect in class, headmaster Flatley is easily 'inspired' to try an alternative, a country survival class to build disciplined team spirit, notably for the boys, who are usually reported for knavery. Blane is among them, and soon discovers the organizer and his deputy, Charlie 'Greenfinger' Darwin, staunch defenders of natural landscape and wildlife, may well behind the aggressive weeds.
24 March 2008
The survival of the planet looks bleak as a giant asteroid is heading straight for Earth, estimated to hit England. The British government hastily assembles the rich and powerful in a deep bunker, including Daisy's father, who has his driver fetch her. The Skul grandmaster is tipped off by a PM adviser, but fails to get in disguised. A military missile fails to destroy it, lacking Dr. Hugo Von Quark's precise calculations. he's missing, so the team is to find him before impact in three hours. Their only lead is crazy reverend Nye, who hails the end of earth in a video message.
5 January 2009
Blaine and daisy have been promoted to a unit where they train rookie agents. Only Rose remains with two new colleagues, cool clever Oscar Cole and rowdy idiot Carrie Stewart, while Lennie has been replaced as MI9 section chief and school janitor by younger, more technology-minded Frank London. Their first assignment is to save a London-hosted conference to start an anti-Skul-alliance. it's undermined by major monuments in participating countries being tagged with destructive paint in the manner of English street art legend Kranky. Once he's identified and convinced the copycats are evil, he helps out.
Season 3, Episode 2: The Mole12 January 2009
MI9 must handle an epidemic of robberies committed from underground tunnels. They are dug using the MO of the incarcerated Mole. The team gets him to admit he has an accomplice, who co-build the digging machine and must be operating it alone, actually Luke Withers, who was hired by Skul. The Mole is enlisted to help trace and catch him, even though Frank fears he's too much of a flight risk. Meanwhile headmaster Flatley tries to stand up to his bossy deputy King, who literally took over his office.
Season 3, Episode 3: Agent X19 January 2009
Headmaster Flatley is terrified that his computer illiteracy will get known now his dragon deputy demands everyone starts a blog. Worse, she prevents Ocscar from stopping April to post pictures of him, which are, as he suspected, traced by Skul. The grandmaster hires never-identified agent X to track Oscar down. Frank informs the team they must trace the trail within hours but refuses, like Oscar, to tell the others why he's a likely target in witness protection since childhood. Yet that proves crucial while they find agent X successfully makes every link and sends dangerous accomplices.
27 January 2009
To Gupta's delight, Cambridge biochemistry professor Dr. Wallis guest-lectures. In fact it's his cover to be protected in the base with his new 'brain machine', which can give people a different personality. To headmaster Flatley's horror, St.Hope gets a surprise inspection from Mr. Richter, who insists to attend the guest lecture. One by one, the pupils and Flatley are turned into mental Siamese warrior fish, aggressive, Asian and fishy. Oscar not only evades them but also works out crucial switches. Deputy King hopes that Richter will give her crazy-acting Flatley's job.
Season 3, Episode 5: Dark Star2 February 2009
Oscar is not pleased that the remainder of his team, already a bit jealous of Gupta, who gets to address a spies conference in Southern France, only gets to fetch a polarity reversing device for safekeeping by Frank. He sends them 'off duty' when he learns that Colt Winchester, a nemesis since his graduation, has been sprung from MI9's special jail by two cahoots. The kids find out on their own, and are joined by Gupta, who wondered why the base computers weren't manned, to take on the fiendish trio.
9 February 2009
Junkfood and candy are banned from the canteen on 'know what you eat' day. It's worse for the trio, as MI9 called for agent Jed Black, a frustrated drill sergeant, to get them in shape in hidden gym sessions. Skul posts Ivor Luvabitz as vendor, who offers free samples of a greasy, highly addictive Bavarian hot-dog sandwich. When the exhausted trio emerges next day, they find pupils, staff and even Frank obsessed with the 'Wurst', regardless of insane price-rises. Oscar tails Ivor to the factory while Gupta works out an antidote.
16 February 2009
MI9 took a risk not to Oscar's taste: deliberately releasing master Skul criminal Lorenzo, the fashion crime king, hoping he'll lead to the Gradnmaster, but his trail got lost in Vienna. The best hope to pick it up before the annual grandmaster election between the six top agents is a new satellite gadget. The package it's in was delivered by mail, but the deputy principal bullying the postman resulted in it being defenestrated and found by punk leader Scoopdog. Skul traced it and took him to the election, which the incumbent counts on winning intimidation. Gupta and Frank also pick up his search.
Season 3, Episode 8: Think Tank23 February 2009
Although that deprives St.Hope's of their best contender in the national creative writing competition, Gupta is 'allowed' against her will to transfer to the National Academy of Brilliance (NAB). Oscar must do without her to find out how Nobel Prize winner Dr.Vince manages ever again to trump MI9 inventions. His research institute proves bogus, a front for evil Mr. Smith to accumulate brainpower squeezed as yellow juice from unsuspectingly 'tested' NAB students.
2 March 2009
St.Hope's is doing the pupils' family trees. MI9 is searching an escaped cloned Neaderthal caveman, whom the trio nicknames Andy, after his escape from researcher Katrina Houseman's genetics lab. He was marked radioactively, but that trail is being followed by sinister bounty hunter Georgi and cahoots. Andy turns up in London, where a tragedy is in the making.
Season 3, Episode 10: The Glove9 March 2008
St.Hopes welcomes a gym team from the derelict tiny European (fictitious)country Boldovia for a 'friendly' competition. MI9 suspects the dictatorial Boldovian regime of abusing the trip. The trio is fitted with gadgets and Carrie uses her competition friendship with the Bldavian team's top athlete as a way in.
Season 3, Episode 11: The Visit16 March 2008
The dictator of Nordic Boldovia plans to liberate his three top agents from M.. 9's secret prison during an international gym competition. To facilitate countering their plans and breaking their codes, the event is hosted at St.Hope's. The PM's incompetent, haughty daughter Chiante-Maria is on he team, as well as Carrie, who is Boldovian athlete Lena Larsson's long-standing pen friend.Other students have their own agendas. The Boldovian method surprises the team.
23 March 2009
MI9 holds a desperate brainstorming as all attempts to catch Skul's grandmaster failed. Chief agent agrees to a far-fetched plan to pretend a 'blue infection' affecting rabbits, so he'll come to have his inseparable bunny Flopsy tested. It works, but he tricks the team so he can escape alone. Oscar meanwhile got a cryptic message about his mother needing medication in Skul captivity, but has to cease the chase of an agent. An exchange is arranged, but proves most frustrating.
Season 3, Episode 13: Moontaker30 March 2008
MI9 notices that Skul has launched a rocket to the moon. Oscar consults TV space expert Patrick Houston, and suspecting his evasive response follows him to a supposedly abandoned Cold war era launching base. Houston is in fact a top-secret space program executive, whose niece is on a traitors astronauts team hired by Skul to take possession of a lunar weapon base to blackmail earth. Oscar and his team try to stop the manned next flight, but are launched themselves. Frank and Houston must devise a solution before the kids freeze.
4 January 2010
4 January 2010
Season 4, Episode 3: Quakermass11 January 2010
18 January 2010
25 January 2010
25 January 2010
1 February 2010
8 February 2010
Season 4, Episode 9: Black Hole15 February 2010
An expensive golden statue has been stolen from the PM. The team's investigation brings them to Terry Zucker, inventor of the Zucker vacuum cleaners that move around all by themselves. But the get more than they bargained for when Zucker's new Mega-Zucker accidentally activates, creating a black hole.
22 February 2010
1 March 2010
8 March 2010
15 March 2010
Season 5, Episode 1: Vote Skul10 January 2011
The spies think they've uncovered a plan by the Grand Master to kidnap the Prime Minister but instead they discover that the Grand Master is meeting the Prime Minister to sign a peace treaty. Skul is going legitimate and the Grand Master is a free man! The Grand Master takes full advantage of his new freedom and stands in the forthcoming general election. He wants to become the next Prime Minister and if he wins, he plans to shut down the security services including MI9.
Season 5, Episode 2: The B Team10 January 2011
When Rose, Carrie and Oscar are captured by the Grandmistress, Frank is determined to rescue them. Frank finds footage from the 1950's where a presenter and ex MI 5 agent talks about an invention called 'Smart Ease', invented to dramatically speed up agent training, Frank turns three more St Hope's pupils into MI9 agents. Can the new 'B-Team' save their classmates from the Grandmistress and the gigantic explosive rocket she has locked them in?
Season 5, Episode 3: Ghosts17 January 2011
24 January 2011
31 January 2011
7 February 2011
14 February 2011
The Spies team up with teenage archaeologist, Vincent Argyle in a race to find the legendary Crystal of St Helena before the Grand Master.
Season 5, Episode 8: The Wasp21 February 2011
28 February 2011
7 March 2011
14 March 2011
When a deadly poison is stolen from M.I.9, the team suspects eccentric puzzle maker Quillian Pendrix. After he announces a competition with the five winners being given a tour of his puzzle factory, Rose steps up. The team must find the poison, get it back to M.I.9 safely, and avoid detection.
21 March 2011
21 March 2011
7 January 2013
7 January 2013
14 January 2013
The team is in for an adventure, a mysterious fireball crashes into the woods near their school. It turns out to be an enemy satellite, which KORPS want to get hold of, The team are sent undercover, to retrieve the crucial piece.
21 February 2013
Cuthbert Peabody hijacks a new MI9 invention, capable of changing people's faces into other peoples faces, the team must crack a highly complex musical code, to put a stop to it, making them turn to an unlikely source.
21 January 2013
Season 6, Episode 6: The Hive28 January 2013
On a campaign to get kids eating more healthily and concentrate at school, St. Heart's is chosen by celebrity chef Jimmy Jubbly as a test bed for his new health drink - Jubblyade. But Aneisha is quick to discover that it is affecting everyone's behaviour, making them operate with a hive mind.
Season 6, Episode 7: Old School4 February 2013
11 February 2013
18 February 2013
4 March 2013
11 March 2013
18 March 2013
25 March 2013
Season 7, Episode 1: The Mayze13 January 2014
20 January 2014
27 January 2014
3 February 2014
10 February 2014
17 February 2014
24 February 2014
3 March 2014
10 March 2014
Season 7, Episode 10: Sad Men17 March 2014
24 March 2014
31 March 2014
31 March 2014
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