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[[caption-width-right:334:Left to right: Marc, Lee, Megan, and Tony.]]

Another offering from Creator/MarathonMedia, the studio behind ''WesternAnimation/TotallySpies'' and ''WesternAnimation/MartinMystery'', originally created for DisneyChannel Asia, later imported into the Creator/CartoonNetwork. The series, a sort of SpiritualSuccessor to ''Totally Spies'' featuring [[SpinOffBabies much younger protagonists]], is about the adventures of four young siblings (Tony, Marc, Megan, and Lee Clark) who must balance their lives in middle school with their secret lives as spies working for WOOHP, the World Organization of Human Protection. Though Jerry appears once more as a coordinator and parent figure for the young heroes, [[TotallySpies Sam, Alex, and Clover]] are relegated to simple cameos.

While ''Totally Spies'' drew inspiration from {{shoujo}} manga, ''The Amazing Spiez'' is also inspired by western ComicBooks.

Definitely not related to [[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Spiez the little Swiss city.]]

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!!Tropes:

* ActionGirl: Megan has her moments.
** As did [[ActionMom her mom]] during the mess with Alpha and Omega.
* AirVentPassageway: In "Operation Spy-Sitter".
* AllThereInTheManual: The fact that Marc and Megan are actually twins, the fact that the Clarks live in Toronto, Canada
* AlphaBitch: Tami.
** LovableAlphaBitch: On a few occasions, and as a whole, she's preferable to [[TotallySpies Mandy.]]
* AlwaysSomeoneBetter: In "Operation Yeti Bear", the spies' schoolmate Tara is shown to not only be capable of besting Lee's athletic records, but of building a better computer than Marc.
* AmbiguouslyBrown: Tony and Megan, given that both of their parents are Caucasian.
* AnimatedSeries
* {{Animesque}}: It looks like a comic, but withholds some of the anime qualities of its predecessor.
* AttackOfThe50FootWhatever: "Operation The 50 Ft. Hacker"
* BadassBookworm: Marc, combined in a way with GadgeteerGenius.
* BoundAndGagged: Less often than in [[TotallySpies the original]] but has happened on various occasions.
* BrainwashedAndCrazy: It's a TotallySpies spin-off. ''Of course'' this has happened multiple times to multiple people.
* [[{{Catgirl}} Catboy]]: Tony briefly imagines himself with cat ears at the start of "Operation Grow Up".
* CrazyPrepared: In the same manner as its predecessor, the team always has the right gadgets for the moment.
* {{Crossover}}: With its predecessor in at least two episodes
* DeathTrap: Not as many as its predecessor, but they're there.
* DifferentAsNightAndDay: While Marc and Megan aren't as extreme as some examples of this trope, this trope ''is'' present. Here's how: 1. [[CaptainObvious (and this is the most obvious one) Marc is a boy while Megan is a girl.]]; 2. their complexions are opposite with Marc having fairly light skin while Megan's is much darker; 3. Megan has GreenEyes which make her look slightly exotic while Marc has more mundane BrownEyes; 4. Marc's hair is a light shade while Megan's is a fairly dark shade of black; 4. Marc's outfit in civilian attire is overall much lighter than Megan's; and finally 5. their personalities. Marc is a slightly feminine self-proclaimed geek who's the SmartGuy of his team as the resident BadassBookworm and GadgeteerGenius and a fairly good example of a SociallyAwkwardHero while Megan is a [[{{Tomboy}} Tomboyish]] [[TheFashionista Fashionista]] who's the team's [[TheChick chick]] and well versed in social interactions.
* DistressedDude / DistressedDamsel: Not nearly as often as in ''TotallySpies'', but as you can expect, all four Spiez have their fair share of these types of situations.
* EvilBrit: Jerry's sister Sherry.
* FingertipDrugAnalysis: Well, it was honey, but the trope applies, given the reactions of the rest of the team.
* FourTemperamentEnsemble: Lee (choleric), Marc (melancholic), Megan (leuquine), and Tony (sanguine).
** FourPhilosophyEnsemble: Cynic (Marc), Optimist (Lee), Realist (Megan), and Apathetic (Tony).
* FurryFandom: One villain is a massively obsessed animal activist who gives animals human intelligence and the ability to walk upright and speak to create a new species to overthrow the human race. At the end when defeated, as a last resort he splices himself with his pet wolf to try and fight back, but still loses. It never shows him change back after being arrested, though seeing the type of person he is he's probably happier being this way.
* GadgeteerGenius: Marc. In the first episode, he reprograms one of their gadgets in mid-mission ''in seconds''.
* GoodParents: Cal and Karen Clark. Heck; they're so much this trope that when it appeared that [[spoiler: their parents had attacked their sub with intent to kill]], Marc honestly believed his seasickness was making him hallucinate and the other 3 were in just about complete agreement. [[spoiler: And for the record, they were right about their parents not wanting to hurt them. It was a ploy by Davey Hacker to get rid of the Clark kids by [[BrainwashedAndCrazy brainwashing their parents into doing his dirty work]]. And it almost worked...]]
* HalfIdenticalTwins: Completely [[AvertedTrope averted]] with Marc and Megan, who barely look related appearance-wise.
* HarmlessFreezing: In "Operation Twins of Trouble" it happens to the Spiez' parents.
* HartmanHips: Tami gains some in "Operation Terrible Thirteen" as part of the villain's plot to mutate kids.
* HornedHairdo: Aunt Trudy
* HumanLadder: Used to reach a sprinkler control on a wall in "Operation Spy-Sitter".
* IdenticalStranger: Megan looks just like Alex from ''TotallySpies'' if she was younger and even fills the role of Tomboy.
* IdiosyncraticEpisodeNaming: Everything's an operation for these kids…
* IncestSubtext: Marc and Megan are awfully close with one another, often seen with one arm or shoulder around the other in screenshots, and Megan is always there to advise Marc on social graces. The subtext is subtle but definitely visible.
* InsufferableGenius: Marc on occasion though it's not always on purpose and he'll frequently back off if one of his older siblings chastises him.
* {{Keet}}: Tony.
** Also pretty much anyone who got [[GRatedDrug high on Jolty Juice]].
* [[KidHero Kid Heroes]]
* LegacyCharacter: Boogie Gus' son Gus Jr.
* LovableJock: Lee does have a couple moments of chauvinism or over-competitiveness but is generally a really nice kid.
* MamaBear: Karen Clark. Do ''not'' mess with this woman's kids...unfortunately she doesn't get to show this off much...
* MrFanservice: Most of the same college-aged males who perved over ''TotallySpies'' ''hate'' this show, but preteen girls are lapping it up. Their favorite is almost unanimously [[NerdsAreSexy Marc]].
* NeverSayDie: Or you'll be "eliminated"
* NoodleIncident: The time the Clarks left flesh-eating bacteria in Jerry's refrigerator.
* PapaWolf: Both [[TeamDad Jerry]] and the Clarks' biological father though the latter doesn't really get to showcase it much.
* ParentsInDistress: In return for the protective natures of [[TeamDad their boss]], [[PapaWolf their dad]] and [[MamaBear their mom]] anytime the parents/parental figure need/needs bailing out, the kids are there in a heartbeat.
* PrecociousCrush: Tony gets one on [[TotallySpies Clover]] in "Operation Dude Ranch Disaster".
* [[RecruitTeenagersWithAttitude Recruit Preteens With Attitude]]: Not confirmed yet in canon but implied to have happened with the Clarks since they seem to have been at the spying business a while in the first episode.
* ReversePolarity: The Super Soaker Supersizer in "Operation The 50 Ft. Hacker".
* SecretChaser: Aunt Trudi
* ShoutOut: Done ''very'' subtly in "Operation Grow Up". The episode features a villain that [[spoiler:can alter his age at will, becoming a child at some points, an adult at some others,]] but one of his distinguishing traits is that he has a small scar on his chin at all times. Earlier in the episode, Tony is upset because he's too young to see a movie his older siblings are all going to. It isn't mentioned by name, but the poster the children bring back [[IndianaJones features a very familiar silhouette.]] Fans of the franchise need not hear more. Sneaky!
** Marc's crush in "Operation Crabby Bob" is named Sheena '''West'''on. Remind you of [[Film/ForYourEyesOnly anyone]]?
** Not to mention that Megan as Gravity Girl in "Operation Fun and Games" can easily remind one of {{Storm}}.
* [[BigBrotherInstinct Sibling Protective Instinct]]: The Clarks may fight like cats and dogs and give each other a hard time but if you mess with one, the other 3 will mess you UP!
* TheSmurfettePrinciple
* SpellMyNameWithAnS: Tami. There was a time on this very wiki when her name was spelled "Tammy" every time.
* SpinOffBabies: They're not really related to the original spies, but Megan looks like an {{Expy}} of Alex appearance-wise, while Marc is pretty much a {{gender flip}}ped, much younger Sam.
* SplitScreenReaction
* SuperMode: Happens to Lee, Marc, and Megan in "Operation Fun and Games"
* SuperVillain: The villains in this show, while they do still have really stupid {{Freudian Excuse}}s, they're costumed and have powers or gadgets related to their "Theme", [[TotallySpies the old show]] had some shades of it, but this show has more obvious SuperVillain inspiration. Even the villains that ''do'' return from the original show have underwent a reworked design more befitting of a SuperVillain.
* SurpriseVehicle: The WOOHP helicopter in "Operation Spy-Sitter".
* SuspiciouslySimilarSubstitute: Tami for Mandy.
* TeamDad: Jerry naturally by virtue of being the only adult in on the spy gig but Lee will play this role to some degree when the kids are on their own.
* TeamMom: Megan. While it's not constant, she does frequently go out of her way to help her little brothers.
* TeenSuperspy: Just Lee, technically. He's thirteen; his three siblings are a year younger (or two, in Tony's case).
** In the second season he ups it up to fourteen while Marc and Megan become thirteen, thus counting as examples as well.
* ThemeTwinNaming: Marc and Megan's names start with the same letter, highlighted in the MissingEpisode "M's Again" which features their birthday as a sub-plot.
* {{Tomboy}}: Megan, at least according to her brothers.
* TransformationSequence: If the way they put on their spy suits in every episode doesn't count (it's simpler than most examples, but still), then the time that Lee, Megan, and Marc turned into super heroes in "Operation Fun and Games" definitely does.
* ATwinkleInTheSky: In "Operation: Twins of Trouble" a WOOHP jet does this as it flies off into the distance.
* UnsoundEffect: The opening sequence is full of them. It's used periodically within the episodes.
* WeWantOurJerkBack: Tami becomes the Clarks' friend in "Twins of Trouble" after they save her life, and she ends up causing them ''more'' trouble in helping them than she does antagonizing them. Realizing that they liked Tami better before, they eventually let her "save" them so that the debt is paid and she can go back to being the AlphaBitch.
* WhyDidItHaveToBeSnakes: Clowns and Heights ([[CompressedVice for one episode]]) for Marc. Lee is claustrophobic.
* [[StockScream Wilhem Scream]]: Heard at several episodes such as "Operation Fun and Games" and "Operation Dyno-mite".
* WouldHurtAChild: ''Every'' adult villain to ''ever'' appear.
* XTremeKoolLetterz

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