CBBC Show running since 2007 about three kids who have a secret life as spies. It comes from the makers of ''{{Spooks}}'', and is best described as a LighterAndSofter version of that show

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!!This show contains examples of

* ActionGirl - Although Blane was the hired muscle in series 1 and 2, both Daisy and Rose had Action Girl moments.
** Carrie Stewart season 3 onwards.
*** Violet Webb in season 2 episode 9 "the Others"
* AffablyEvil - Quite a few of the villains
* AlmightyJanitor - Lenny Bicknall and his replacement Frank London.
* BadassBookworm - Rose
* BadassLongcoat - Dehaverland in "Its a Kind of Magic"
* BadHumorTruck - "Spy Animals"
* BeautyBrainsAndBrawn
** The first set of team is made up of Daisy, Rose and Blane respectively.
** The second retains Rose, with Oscar and Carrie filling the Beauty and Brawn roles respectively.
** The third batch was supposed to be Aneisha, Tom and Dan,[[SubvertedTrope but Zoe was added to the team by the end of their debut episode.]]
* BrotherChuck - If you're not one of the members of the cast of season 3 (aside from the old boss and the old spies) raise your hand.
** HandWave: Now, if you're not in Season 3 and haven't raised your hand yet, raise it now.
* BlandNameProduct - Series 5 had a poltical party called the "Morris Dancing Loony Party". This was based on the 'Monster Raving Loony Party', a joke political party in Britain that used to try and get the votes of people who looked upon the real parties with disdain.
** Another episode has "Twitcher", a parody of social networking site Twitter.
** "50 Pence" for 50 Cent.
* TheCastShowoff - Rachel Petladwala, the actress who plays Rose, got to show off her singing in the Series 1 episode 'Eyes On Their Stars'.
** Ben Kerfoot, who plays Oscar Cole, also got to show off his dancing in the Series 5 ep 'Bully Elliot'.
* ConspiracyTheorist - Stewart
* CommieLand - Boldovia in one of the series 3 episodes.(I think. It's a bit more [[CommieNazis Fascist]].)
* CowboyEpisode - In "Dark Star", an old enemy of Frank's breaks out of prison and comes gunning for him. Colt Winchester (really Colin ''from'' Winchester) and his men have adopted cowboy outfits and affectations and the whole thing plays out like ''Film/HighNoon''.
* DrillSergeantNasty - The M.I. 9 fitness instructor Jed Black in "Fit to Wurst".
* ElaborateUndergroundBase
* EveryoneCanSeeIt - Blane and Daisy. Also, occasionally, Oscar and Avril later on in Series 5.
* {{Expy}} - Carrie was obviously supposed to be an Expy for Blane, but although Oscar had most of Daisy's roles missions-wise, his personality and backstory were completely opposite to hers.
* TheFaceless - the Grand Master. There's some {{Narm}} involving this in ''Vote SKUL'', where Julian Bleach's nose and mouth can be seen quite clearly behind the Grand Master's scarf.
* FiveManBand: In Series 4 and 5.
** TheHero: Oscar (he's the one with the main subplot)
** TheLancer: Stark
** TheSmartGuy: Rose
** TheBigGuy: Carrie (could also be TheChick)
** TheChick: Frank (could also be TheSmartGuy)
*** Series 6 also promises to have one.
* GovernmentAgencyOfFiction - M.I. 9. Other episodes mention M.I. 4, M.I. 38 and M.I. 25.
* HeyItsThatGuy: Lenny is [[Series/RedDwarf The Cat]]!
** The villains are often reasonably well-known British actors. The likes of Rula Lenska, Tracy-Ann Oberman, June Whitfield, Alex Ferns and Colin MacFarlane have all been opposing the team on the show.
** And [[TheYoungOnes Nigel Planer]] and Danny John-Jules' mate [[Series/RedDwarf Robert Llewellyn]] both play the Prime Minister.
** Whilst Victoria Wicks and Adjoah Andoh have played the head of MI9.
** The Grand Master is [[DoctorWho Davros]].
* ImpossiblyDeliciousFood - the addictive wursts in "Fit to Wurst".
* InstrumentOfMurder - The alpine horn in "The Visit".
* KnownOnlyByTheirNickname: Scoop and 50 Pence.
* MayContainEvil - Any product SKUL uses as the basis for one if its schemes. Examples include the mind regressing beauty treatment in "Forever Young", the logos that turn kids into human/clothing hybrids in "Evil by Design", and the addictive wursts in "Fit to Wurst" to name a few.
* MissionImpossibleCableDrop: Zoe performs one in "Mission: Incredible".
* MrFanservice: Notably, Oscar was adored by the fanbase, which probably stemmed from his appearance (tall, lots of blond curly hair, bright blue eyes) and DarkAndTroubledPast, which appeared to have affected him in a way that made him ''completely adorable''. Later on, we see that the actor is in fact an ''extremely'' good dancer.
* NonActionGuy: Tom, who doesn't accompany Dan and Aneisha on missions.
* NonuniformUniform - Daisy
* OffscreenMomentOfAwesome - Two in ''Red Button Rampage''. First Blaine knocks unconscious two army men in an enclosed space, off screen, later while the climax is happening an army sergeant is dealing with a squad of reinforcements, we don't see the fight... but she comes back with a handful of dogtags!
* PerkyGoth - Avril.
* RightHandCat - parodied by the Grand Master and his right hand ''bunny'' General Flopsy.
* RoadSignReversal - Blaine does it in ''The Others''.
* SchoolForScheming
* SearchingTheStalls - One of Colt Winchester's henchmen does this while searching for Frank in the deserted school in "Dark Star". Figuring Frank mus be in the last stall, he burst in. Frank is actually hiding behind the the bathroom, and has rigged the toilet to blow up in the mook's face.
* ShoePhone - Various gadgets disguised as school paraphernalia.
* SubmarinePirates - The Octopus from the episode "The Octopus". He uses his submarine ''Naughty Lass'' to hijack ships to steal the components he needs to make a nuclear warhead to melt the polar icecaps.
* SuspiciouslySimilarSubstitute - Frank London for Lenny Bicknall, and Scoop for 50 Pence.
* TeenSuperspy - the show hinges on this concept
* ToTheBatPole
* TrapDoor - The Grand Master has one in his office for disposing of annoying underlings.
* TruthSerums - "Spy Animals"
* {{Uncancelled}}: After all the show's plot threads were resolved, someone suggested a reboot.
* UnrealisticBlackHole - [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dxYHYvcwFzY This... just this.]] (skip to around 8:35 on the video)
* VainSorceress - Vanessa Zeitgeist from the episode "Forever Young" is the scientific version of this trope.
* WakeUpGoToSchoolSaveTheWorld
* WillTheyOrWontThey - Blane and Daisy, sadly both characters left the show before they got together (which was pretty much inevitable).
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