Jake 2.0 Episode Guides
The Spy Who Really Liked Me
Jake is put on trial by the NSA after he violates the orders of his mission to kill a sexy spy, one who may have stolen a biological weapon. If found guilty of the charge, the result could mean dire consequences for the future of the Special Ops unit.
The NSA believes a dangerous Polish mercenary has arrived in D.C. on the hunt for a nanite project, though its belief that Jake is the mercenary's target proves false when a phone call indicates the target is actually another team member.
Last Man Standing
Jake attends his best friend's wedding despite a warning from the NSA, and discovers that a deadly assassin is targeting him, creating danger for all who are present. Meanwhile, Diane is concerned when she discovers one of her lab rats is dead.
Jake thwarts a terrorist plot by capturing the son of a volatile militia leader, only they decide to kidnap Jake in return. What they get by mistake, however, is Jake's younger brother Jerry.
Still unsure whether their agent-in-training Jake Foley has the right stuff, the NSA puts him to the test by sending him to stop a madman threatening the capital with an electromagnetic bomb.
Prince and the Revolution
Jake heads back to college on an assignment to protect an African prince, the target of assassins hired by a rebel general. Lou and Kyle, meanwhile, offer Jake the chance to fake his death and escape the government life.
The Good, The Bad, and The Geeky
Jake captures a computer terrorist going under the name of DuMont and convinces the NSA that he's the perfect choice to go international and infiltrate a gang of cyber-criminals by impersonating DuMont.
Jake goes undercover as part of a Special Ops unit called the Wolf Pack in order to find a possible traitor believed by the NSA to have stolen a miniature nuclear bomb.
The Tech (Pilot)
Computer technician Jake Foley, an employee of the National Security Administration, is caught in the crossfire of a lab shootout which causes nanites to become imbedded within his body. Now possessing superhuman abilities, he is quickly recruited by the NSA to become its top-secret crime-fighting weapon, a job which proves more difficult than Jake could ever imagine.
Jake goes undercover as a waiter at an embassy party in order to retrieve the secret schematic for a new tank.
In order to capture a cold war-loving former KGB spy who plans to plant a bomb in Washington, and who has eluded even Jake, the NSA coaxes a legendary former operative out of retirement to team up with Jake.
Arms and the Girl
The NSA orders Jake to keep a surveillance on the daughter of an arms dealer, but when the chemistry heats up, he is told to use her so the agency can get to her father.
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