Season One

1.  "the tech"
2.  "training day"
3.  "cater waiter"
4.  "the good, the bad and the geeky"
5.  "arms and the girl"
6.  "last man standing"
7.  "jerry 2.0"
8.  "middleman"
9.  "whiskey-tango-foxtrot"
10. "the spy who really liked me"
11. "prince and the revolution"


"The Tech"

Writer: Silvio Horta
Director: Rob Lieberman
Original Air Date: 09/10/03

During a shootout in a secret government lab, National Security Agency (NSA) computer technician Jake Foley is caught in the crossfire and is accidentally injected with nanites, which give him superhuman powers. As his powers emerge, Jake is tapped to be the NSA's mightiest top-secret, crime-fighting weapon, but being a superhero isn't as easy as it looks in the movies.

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"Training Day"

Writer: David Greenwalt and Grant Scharbo
Director: David Greenwalt
Original Air Date: 09/17/03

As the NSA begins to question whether agent-in-training Jake Foley has what it takes, he's put to the test as the only agent who can stop a madman threatening the capital with an electromagnetic bomb has NSA agents scattered about Washington.

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"Cater Waiter"

Writer: Silvio Horta
Director: Harry Winer
Original Air Date: 09/23/03

When a top-secret, next-generation tank's schematics are stolen, super-powered NSA agent-in-training Jake Foley is sent undercover to an Embassy party -- as a cater waiter -- to support agent Kyle Duarte's mission to recover the stolen documents.

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"The Good, The Bad and The Geeky"

Writer: Javier Grillo-Marxuach
Director: Milan Cheylov
Original Air Date: 10/08/03

After capturing a ruthless, wealthy computer terrorist code-name DuMont, Jake convinces the NSA he's the perfect geek for the job of heading overseas to impersonate DuMont and infiltrate his international gang of cyber terrorists.

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"Arms and The Girl"

Writer: Mark Wilding
Director: David Barrett
Original Air Date: 10/01/03

Jake realizes that his dream of becoming an NSA agent comes with a major cost -- the inability to have meaningful relationships outside of work. While shadowing the beautiful daughter of a notorious arms dealer, Jake falls for her. Jake makes a choice, nearly risking the operation and his own life.

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"Last Man Standing"

Writer: Grant Scharbo and Gina Matthews
Director: David Barrett
Original Air Date: 10/15/03

Despite concern that he's a walking target with the millions of dollars of nanites in his body, Jake convinces his superiors that he's entitled to a "life" and attends his best friend's wedding, but the NSA's worst fears might be realized when Jake suspects an assassin has infiltrated the wedding party and is stalking him.

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"Jerry 2.0"

Writer: Dave Johnson
Director: Leslie Libman
Original Air Date: 10/29/03

Thwarting a potentially disastrous terrorist attack, Jake captures the teenage son of a dangerous anti government militia leader, who retaliates by sending his men to kidnap Jake, but in a mix-up, they instead capture Jake's immature, younger brother Jerry, who is visiting.

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"Middleman"

Writer: Dave Johnson
Director: Leslie Libman
Original Air Date: 11/05/03

An intercepted phone call leads the NSA to believe that a dangerous Polish mercenary has arrived in Washington, D.C. to kidnap someone associated with their nanite project, so while the NSA assumes Jake is the target, in fact, the man is after someone else on the team.

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"Whiskey-Tango-Foxtrot"

Writer: Javier Grillo-Marxuach
Director: Allan Kroeker
Original Air Date: 11/12/03

When a miniature nuclear bomb goes missing from a U.S. military base, the NSA suspects that the theft is an inside job, so Jake is sent undercover as a new recruit for the Wolf Pack, an elite military unit, to ferret out the traitor and, in the process, finds himself seriously tested by these hardcore soldiers.

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"The Spy Who Really Liked Me"

Writer: Mark Wilding
Director: David Straiton
Original Air Date: 11/19/03

After having sex for the first time since becoming a superhero, Jake is distraught when he realizes his one-night stand, Angela, is the same woman who he has been sent to Central America to stop after she stole a top-secret biological weapon.

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"Prince and The Revolution"

Writer: Dave Johnson
Director: Jorge Montesi
Original Air Date: 12/10/03

Jake is sent back to college on a mission to protect African Prince Malik Namir (Lee Thompson Young) from assassins hired by a ruthless rebel general from the Prince's home country who wants to see the African royal family overthrown.

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Episode Summaries Courtesy of Paramount