The missions of a stylish pair of spies.




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Dean Wein ...  Narrator / ... 13 episodes, 2000-2001


The missions of a stylish pair of spies.

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Release Date:

26 June 2000 (USA) See more »

Also Known As:

Spy Groove See more »

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MTV Animation See more »
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When the end credits begin to display, the banter between the characters are the voice actors improvising and will sometimes break character. See more »


Agent #1: I'd rather be stupid.
Agent #2, Rock Debrie, Julio Blanco, Xippo Xerxes, Tommy Hilfiger: Explain.
Agent #1: Well because if I just look stupid then I can still be smart enough to KNOW that I look stupid, and that, that would be a misery.
Agent #2, Rock Debrie, Julio Blanco, Xippo Xerxes, Tommy Hilfiger: That would be complete hell.
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What Austin Powers should have been
27 February 2003 | by vicsageSee all my reviews

This is a brilliant satire of every spy film you've ever seen. At the same time it also skewers Hollywood and the fashion industry.

Now I'm not a fan of movies based on cartoons, but Spy Groove is crying out for a real-life adaptation starring Matt and Ben and an A-list (and B-list) of guest stars including Hugh Grant, Steve Buscemi, Charlize Theron, Gloria Gaynor, Jennifer Love Hewitt, and Ivanna Trump. BTW if this flies, I want an executive producer credit :)

I've read criticism of the animation style on the Internet, but if you grew up with the original Spider-man cartoons or the various Filmation series (Tarzan and The Lone Ranger) you'll love the style and get the joke.

The only reason I'm writing this review is because I see user comments here mentioning six episodes. Well I've seen reference made on the Internet to thirteen episodes, and while I can't confirm that, I can say there are at least twelve episodes (and I've got the tape to prove it.)

Try it. Even if you don't like the witty dialogue and pop culture references, it's only a half-an-hour.

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