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[[Image:Double'O_Chipmunk.jpg‎|right|frame|Superspy Dale and sidekick Zipper, defeating "enemy agent" Chip]]
 
[[Image:Double'O_Chipmunk.jpg‎|right|frame|Superspy Dale and sidekick Zipper, defeating "enemy agent" Chip]]
  
'''Writing Credits:'''  
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'''Writing Credits:''' [[Julia J. Roberts]], [[Kevin Hopps]]
  
'''First Aired:'''  
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'''First Aired:''' December 20, 1989
  
 
'''Title reference:''' Reference to James Bond, agent 007 of MI6.
 
'''Title reference:''' Reference to James Bond, agent 007 of MI6.
  
'''Episode Number:'''
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'''Episode Number:''' 45
  
'''Season:'''
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'''Season:''' 2
  
'''Production Number:'''
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'''Production Order:''' 35
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'''Production Number:''' CDRR 1232
  
 
==Synopsis==
 
==Synopsis==
  
Dale is caught up with [[Dirk Suave]] movies (a parody of the James Bond films) and seeks to play the part of the superspy.  When Dale fails miserably on his own, the rest of the Rangers arrange a game for him so he can live out his fantasy.  But when the Rangers get mixed up with a real spy, who aims to steal the plans for a top secret [[jet tank]], Dale gets more than he bargained for.  In the end, it's up to Dale to play the game for real, rescue the other Rangers, and defeat the real spy.
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Dale is caught up with [[Dirk Suave]] movies (a parody of the James Bond films) and seeks to play the part of the superspy.  When Dale fails miserably on his own, the rest of the [[Rescue Rangers|Rangers]] arrange a game for him so he can live out his fantasy.  But when the Rangers get mixed up with a real spy, who aims to steal the plans for a top secret [[Jet Tank|jet tank]], Dale gets more than he bargained for.  In the end, it's up to Dale to play the game for real, rescue the other Rangers, and defeat the real spy.
  
 
==Characters==
 
==Characters==
  
 
The [[Rescue Rangers]]
 
The [[Rescue Rangers]]
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[[Dirk Suave]]
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[[Odd Shoe]]
  
 
[[Francis]]
 
[[Francis]]
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[[Louie and Moe]]
 
[[Louie and Moe]]
  
[[The Greatest Spy In The World]]
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[[The Greatest Spy in the World]]
  
 
[[Professor White Bread]]
 
[[Professor White Bread]]
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==Devices==
 
==Devices==
  
*Dale's [[super camera flash]]
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[[Dale's Super Spy Gear]]
 
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*Dale's [[spy copter]]
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*Dale's [[belt buckle]]
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*Dale [[stink and smoke cufflinks]]
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*the [[jet tank]]
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The [[Jet Tank]]
  
 
==Quotes==
 
==Quotes==
  
 
==Trivia==
 
==Trivia==
The [[jet tank]], the secret weapon that the evil spy is trying to steal, bears a few resemblances to the Soviet Firefox jet from the 1982 spy thriller [http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0083943/ Firefox.] Both are controlled directly by thoughts from the pilot.  This is somewhat similar to the parody of the movie ''Alien'' in the episode [[Dale Beside Himself]].
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The [[Jet Tank]], the secret weapon that the evil spy is trying to steal, bears a few resemblances to the Soviet Firefox jet from the 1982 spy thriller ''[http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0083943/ Firefox]''. Both are controlled directly by thoughts from the pilot.  This is somewhat similar to the parody of the movie ''Alien'' in the episode [[Dale Beside Himself]].
  
This episode is a favorite among some [[Gadget Hackwrench|Gadgephiles]], because it shows Gadget in her infamous [[red dress]].
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This episode is a favorite among some [[Gadget Hackwrench|Gadgephiles]], because it shows Gadget in her infamous [[Gadget's Red Dress|red dress]].
  
 
[[Category:Episodes]]
 
[[Category:Episodes]]
[[Category:Incomplete articles]]
 

Latest revision as of 00:57, 27 June 2008

Superspy Dale and sidekick Zipper, defeating "enemy agent" Chip

Writing Credits: Julia J. Roberts, Kevin Hopps

First Aired: December 20, 1989

Title reference: Reference to James Bond, agent 007 of MI6.

Episode Number: 45

Season: 2

Production Order: 35

Production Number: CDRR 1232

Synopsis

Dale is caught up with Dirk Suave movies (a parody of the James Bond films) and seeks to play the part of the superspy. When Dale fails miserably on his own, the rest of the Rangers arrange a game for him so he can live out his fantasy. But when the Rangers get mixed up with a real spy, who aims to steal the plans for a top secret jet tank, Dale gets more than he bargained for. In the end, it's up to Dale to play the game for real, rescue the other Rangers, and defeat the real spy.

Characters

The Rescue Rangers

Dirk Suave

Odd Shoe

Francis

Louie and Moe

The Greatest Spy in the World

Professor White Bread

Devices

Dale's Super Spy Gear

The Jet Tank

Quotes

Trivia

The Jet Tank, the secret weapon that the evil spy is trying to steal, bears a few resemblances to the Soviet Firefox jet from the 1982 spy thriller Firefox. Both are controlled directly by thoughts from the pilot. This is somewhat similar to the parody of the movie Alien in the episode Dale Beside Himself.

This episode is a favorite among some Gadgephiles, because it shows Gadget in her infamous red dress.