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More on She Spies! And a little about NCIS.

Link to the cover art and stuff: http://tvshowsondvd.com/newsitem.cfm?NewsID=4838
Link to my first She Spies/Buffy crossover: http://www.fanfiction.net/s/1766967/1/
Link to my second She Spies/Buffy crossover: http://www.fanfiction.net/s/1766979/1/

Random fun fact about She Spies season one: Alimi Ballard (aka FBI Special Agent David Sinclair, aka Herbal Thought) totally guested in an episode. And I remember thinking he was totally hot when it first aired in aught-three. (He played Kelly Sawyer; there's a quote involving him near the bottom.)


Cassie McBain: And you don't want to see me mad. Do you know why?
Karg: Why?
Cassie McBain: Because mad is bad. Repeat after me. 'Mad is bad.'
Karg: 'Mad is bad'?
Cassie McBain: Louder.
Karg: Mad is bad.
Cassie McBain: That's good.
Karg: Mad is good?
Cassie McBain: Of course not. It's bad.
Karg: Mad is bad or mad is good?
Cassie McBain: Mad is bad and that's what good.
Karg: It's good that it's bad?
Cassie McBain: And it's bad that it's good.
Karg: Mad is bad, and bad is good, so that means that mad is good for being bad.
Cassie McBain: And don't you forget it.
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Cassie McBain: There are things I'd rather be doing than dying.
Shane Phillips: Playing miniature golf.
Cassie McBain: Wallpapering the guest bedroom.
Shane Phillips: Watching the second season of 'The Bachelor.'
[pause]
Shane Phillips: Nah.
Cassie McBain: Rather be dying.
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D.D. Cummings: We're going to watch some fun and age-appropriate TV... We so don't want to watch two soap stars talking about having an affair.
[changes channel]
D.D. Cummings: Or someone planning a murder.
[changes channel]
D.D. Cummings: Or discussing incest.
[changes channel]
D.D. Cummings: Or planning to murder someone they had an incestuous affair with.
[changes channel]
D.D. Cummings: Or talk shows about cross-dressers.
[changes channel]
D.D. Cummings: Or talk shows about incestuous cross-dressers who murder.
[changes channel]
D.D. Cummings: Or divorce court. Or people's court.
[changes channel]
D.D. Cummings: Or recreated murders that end up in court.
[changes channel]
D.D. Cummings: Or Cedric.
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Cassie McBain: I love a man who's mildly assertive. No, I don't. I always get those two confused.
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Cassie McBain: It looks like something Kandinsky threw up on. ...what? Dennis Miller's gone, somebody's got to make pretentious semi-obscure references.
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Shane Phillips: Why don't you leave the whole 'I'm too good for the whole world' look to the professionals?
Andrea: And maybe you should leave that sassy but Sassoon look to the late night action adventure shows?
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D.D. Cummings: It'd be really great if there was something really hard and really scary that you had to do, and you could somehow zoom to the part where you're done and you're fine.
[jump-cut from them on the roof of a building to inside]
Cassie McBain: That worked great!
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Cassie McBain: [preparing to houseclean] It's 2100 hours. We all know our assignments. With a precise coordinated attack we should be able to complete our attack by 0300 hours. Ready? (sits down) Or we could just relax, watch 'Sex and the City', and hope the cleaning fairies show up tonight.
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D.D. Cummings: You know, I used to clean my own cell. I was once even named 'Inmate of the Month'. Never got to use the parking space, though.
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D.D. Cummings: What's a plethora?
Shane Phillips: "Flora" with a lisp.
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Jack Wilde: Give me a J.Lo.
Bartender: What's that?
Jack Wilde: Whatever you want - just put it in a big-ass glass.
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Cassie McBain: Sorry, it's just not one of those stories you enjoy retelling...
[cut to flashback]
Cassie McBain: but I'll try.
Shane Phillips: What's going on?
Cassie McBain: It's a flashback. If we were on TV, there'd be those fuzzy little edges all around the picture.
D.D. Cummings: Wow...
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Jack Wilde: In regards to our roles, maybe we should be wacky siblings?
Cassie McBain: Can we still be married?
Jack Wilde: In certain parts of Kentucky and West Virginia. And for anyone from those lovely states who might have overheard, I was of course making a joke.
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[in the middle of a clip episode]
Jack Wilde: That's odd - my memory seems to be coming back in perfectly-packaged little scenes.
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Jack Wilde: I work with a team... three people. One black, one white... but two are blonde which would rule out the Mod Squad.
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Jack Wilde: Hey! Come back here. I ordered a Diet Coke. Not this generic and fizz-free soft drink that looks like a prop on some first-run syndicated TV show.
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[to a suspect]
Shane Phillips: You've got a record longer than In-A-Gadda-Da-Vida.
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Jack Wilde: Dr. Franco, it's happening again. The unshakeable feeling I'm a sidekick whose only purpose is to give exposition in an action-adventure show!
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[watching a tape of Indigo]
D.D. Cummings: Why is he telling us exactly what he's going to do?
Shane Phillips: That's cocky.
Indigo: I'll tell you why and yes, it is cocky. I'm so good at outguessing you authority types I knew what your last two statements were.
Jack Wilde: He is good.
Indigo: [still on tape] Aren't I just?
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Jack Wilde: [voiceover] While both sides have valid points of view, the producers of 'She Spies' wish to state that we take no stand whatsoever on the issue of animal testing, as we lack the moral fiber to take a strong position on anything at all.
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Cassie McBain: And how many double agents can you have before everybody is just a double-agent, and nobody's just an agent-agent anymore?
Shane Phillips: (thinks about it) Six.
Cassie McBain: Really? I didn't know that.
Shane Phillips: I'm pretty sure it's in the handbook.
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Cassie McBain: [hitting a bad guy with a sled named Rosebud] I just Kaned a Citizen. I love action quips.
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D.D. Cummings: Don't drink that!
James Green: Why not?
D.D. Cummings: Why not?
James Green: Yes, why not?
D.D. Cummings: Why not what?
James Green: Why not drink that?
D.D. Cummings: Why not drink what?
James Green: Why not drink that.
D.D. Cummings: Why not drink that?
James Green: Yes, why not drink that.
D.D. Cummings: Why not drink what?
James Green: Why not drink that.
D.D. Cummings: This isn't very good banter, is it.
James Green: Not really. Maybe we should move on.
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Jack Wilde: Ooh. Refresh my memory - middle finger straight up mean you're number one in customer satisfaction?
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Jack Wilde: So what you're saying is, if we we start with how, that'll help us figure out who, when, where, and why?
Dr. Marks: Forget about who - when we find out the where, we'll know the who.
Jack Wilde: How will where tell us who?
Dr. Marks: Isn't this getting a little bit convoluted?
Jack Wilde: How?
Dr. Marks: How?
Jack Wilde: Or why?
Dr. Marks: What?
Jack Wilde: I don't know.
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Shane Phillips: You don't even care if I understand your jokes, right?
D.D. Cummings: I care - but it's not critical.
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Cassie McBain: Would've been better with ninjas.
Shane Phillips: That's what we were saying.
D.D. Cummings: You think so too?
Cassie McBain: Absolutely, the noises they make and the way they always travel in groups. And how about how they let one finish fighting before the other jumps in
Shane Phillips: Yeah, we forgot about that. They are so polite.
D.D. Cummings: I like that about ninjas.
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Kelly Sawyer: I guess you've heard of cryogenics?
Cassie McBain: Sure we have; the human snowcone, the freeze-dried nuts, the people who get frostbite *after* they die.
D.D. Cummings: Walt Disney did it; who's next, Michael Ice-ner?
Cassie McBain: The only people who've done that are absolute zeros.
D.D. Cummings: Or people with bi-polar personalities.
Kelly Sawyer: What were they in jail for, was it beating a joke to death?

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Cassie McBain: What a day, huh? Parachuting into a cemetary because the perimeter was guarded and it was our only way in, and exposing a deadly double agent who was trying to elude capture by faking his own death and being buried with an oxygen tank, only to be dug up later.
D.D. Cummings: We knew all that, you know.
Cassie McBain: I know. I'm just saying it for anyone who might've been wondering why we're going through all that trouble.
Shane Phillips: Who'd be wondering?
Cassie McBain: I don't know, anyone.
[pauses and looks around]
Cassie McBain: Look, I've never told you guys this, it's kind of embarrassing. Sometimes I get the weirdest feeling like people are watching us, like they're listening in on every single thing we do or say.
Shane Phillips: Yeah, I get that feeling, too.
D.D. Cummings: So do I.
[all 3 turn to look suspiciously into the camera]
Cassie McBain: Creepy, huh?
D.D. Cummings: Yeah, very.
Shane Phillips: My hair's a mess.
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D.D. Cummings: I'm gonna split...
[drops into a split]
D.D. Cummings: Haha, I love that joke!
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Cassie McBain: Careful is my middle name.
[to Shane]
Cassie McBain: Changed it from Lillian.
Shane Phillips: Good thinking.


Also, compare:

Duncan, from season 2 of She Spies.
AAAAAND:

Jimmy Palmer from NCIS!
They're totally related.

Fun fact about Brian Dietzen (he who plays Palmer): He grew up in Colorado and went to CU Boulder! Fun times, fun times.
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