Jack: If he gets those hands on those trade secrets the livelihoods of thousands of factory workers are at stake.
Cassie: So is this another one of those conversations where we both know all these things but for some reason we have to say them out loud?
Jack: Yeah, I guess so.
Oh my god, She Spies is now on hulu. I’m way too giddy! I might even have flaily hands. And now have it playing in the background as I write.
It aired at, like, 2am on Sunday nights. I remember the first time I saw it, I wondered what the fuck it was because it was so bad. Then I realized it was *supposed* to be like that. It’s a total parody of spy shows and rather meta in a brilliant way that was kind of before it’s time.
When Michelle admitted to watching it as well, we became kind of obsessed. Then again, we got obsessed with a lot of things spy-related. Seriously, we have a weakness.
Cassie: Would’ve been better with ninjas.
Shane: That’s what we were saying.
D.D. : You think so too?
Cassie : 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 : Yeah, we forgot about that. They are so polite.
D.D. : I like that about ninjas.
First season was the best in all its cheesy ridiculousness, then they tried to go all serious in second season and got rid of Carlos Jacott. Baaaad move. So, go watch the whole first season and avoid the second like the plague — as Mich says, “Jesus, it’s called SheSpies, not SeriousSpies.”