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Totally Spies Season Two, Volume One

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  • Format: Multiple Formats, Animated, Closed-captioned, Color, NTSC, Widescreen
  • Language: English
  • Region: Region 1 (U.S. and Canada only. Read more about DVD formats.)
  • Aspect Ratio: 1.77:1
  • Number of discs: 2
  • Rated: Unrated
  • DVD Release Date: October 8, 2013
  • Run Time: 299 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 4.7 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (3 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #56,714 in Movies & TV (See Top 100 in Movies & TV)

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Sam, Clover and Alex are three Beverly Hills high schoolers who are obsessed with fashion and boys, but who also have the huge responsibility of solving crimes and fighting villains as super secret international spies!

Together with their boss Jerry and The World Organization Of Human Protection (WHOOP) the teens are whisked away to different parts of the world to find kidnapped movie stars and boy band members, uncover secrets at the Winter Olympics and take over the role of secret service for the President's daughter.

Balancing school work, activities and boyfriends with saving the world is tough business, but these three teens make it work in style!

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Debuting in 2001, "Totally Spies!" is a female-centric cartoon series that has carried on for over a decade now. With earlier seasons having aired on both ABC Family and the Cartoon Network and a sixth season finalized in 2012, the series has amassed a huge fan base around the world and launched a video game empire that includes a very popular online role playing game. Until now, though, its DVD presence has been somewhat spotty. They have only released a few 4 episodes DVDs leaving everyone wondering where the rest of the episodes were! Now it seems that fans can breathe a sigh of relief. Season One and Season Two are now on target to get full releases.

Season One released in a two volume set on 8/13/13 and Season Two gets a two volume release on 10/8/13. Instead of labeling the DVDs by Seasons or Parts, however, they instead used a tagline that tells you nothing about what is inside the set that you are considering purchasing. I don't often comment on marketing or packaging, but I'm a firm believer that you should be able to look at a DVD and determine what it is that you are actually buying. Having these DVDs in hand, though, the descriptions give you very little information about content. Not particularly effective if you ask me, but they didn't.

Season Two has a total of 26 episodes which are approximately 22 minutes each. Each of these two volumes, therefore, has 13 episodes for a total running time shy of five hours.

Secret Agents:
This set contains the first 13 episodes of Season Two. The episodes are spread over 2 discs and are (1) Starstruck, (2) I Want My Mummy, (3) Evil Hair Salon, (4) The Yuck Factor, (5) It's How You Play The Game, (6) Her Comes The Sun, (7) Green With N.V.
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By Tim Coogan on November 12, 2013
Get ready to "WOOHP" it up with teen dreams Sam, Clover, and Alex in the second season of "Totally Spies", the hit girl-powered action series as seen on Cartoon Network. Sure, these gals may face some typical social-based problems, but they're nothing compared to the vile villains they encounter. The first volume "Secret Agents" has the first 13 season two episodes on two discs such as:

"Starstruck" - When their favorite soap opera star is reportedly missing, the girls tell their boss Jerry they have to do something about it immediately. Jerry thinks it's not much of a mission, but the girls prove him wrong when the actor is being held captive by an obsessed fan !
"Evil Hair Salon" - A strange new chain of hair salons are abducting people and our girls must investigate before it's too late.
"The Yuck Factor" - Jerry is behaving very strangely and it turns out he's being controlled by a bad guy in his brain. Our lovely ladies have no choice but to go inside their boss's body and defeat the fiend controlling Jerry as long as Alex can keep her cool after dissecting a frog.
"Here Comes the Sun" - There's an alarming increase in temperatures around the globe, and it must have a strange connection to a freaky new sunblock lotion.
"Green with N.V." - Men are being hypnotized with a strange new cologne that draws them to one certain woman: Natalie Valentine, the woman behind this plan all along !
"Boy Bands Will Be Boy Bands" - When the girls' favorite boy band goes missing they immediately investigate. The members of the band turn out seemingly fine, but eventually, it is revealed that their identities are being stolen by a rival boy band !
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By DARRYL on July 25, 2014
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