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High-school student K.C. Cooper is a math whiz with a black belt in karate. A normal teen otherwise, her life changes when her parents, Craig and Kira, recruit her to be a spy in a secret government agency known as The Organization. Along with her parents and younger siblings Ernie and Judy -- the latter is a humanoid robot -- K.C. must balance a civilian existence with undercover missions designed to save the world. As K.C. goes about spying, she must keep the newfound career a secret from best friend Marisa.

Latest episodes

aired 19 days ago
Kira agrees to help K.C. reunite Abby with her mother even though she's been hiding from The Other Side and The Organization for years.
aired 19 days ago
The Organization arrests Kira as an enemy; defender Maggie Summers helps K.C. prove that her mom was framed.
aired 20 days ago
When Scholastic Achievement Quarterly tries to interview K.C. for being the smartest student in her school, she disguises herself as her mom so she can be featured and hide her identity as a spy.
aired 156 days ago
Christmas time arrives and K.C. tells everyone she has to go pick up a last-minute gift, but instead goes to The Organization's therapist, Dr. Levinstein.
aired 156 days ago
KC surprises her dad, Craig, with a visit from his dad, Earl. Earl is still disappointed in Craig's decision to not go to med school.
aired 223 days ago
When K.C. goes into a virtual reality game to rescue Ernie, it becomes the craziest Halloween ever for the teen spies as they try to tackle the alternate universe and enemy agents Darci and Damon, the masterminds behind the evil game.
aired 223 days ago
Ernie and Judy travel to New York during the Central Park Spooktacular to catch an evil wolf serum; K.C. and Marisa throw a party back home.
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The Coopers try to take a break from the spying business, but a wealthy socialite vanishes from the resort where they're staying; K.C. can't let it go.
aired 556 days ago
Marisa and K.C. hurry to retrieve a mission report that Marisa used as a class paper before Agent Beverly finds out.
aired 557 days ago
K.C. takes a much needed vacation during a stakeout; Ernie takes his chance to prove his potential to his dad and K.C.
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K.C. gets into the Other Sides' training ground and is close to the intel she needs; she discovers Brett is her training officer.
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K.C. and her mom go undercover in a correctional facility; to protect K.C.'s cover as a tough criminal, the two have to fight each other.
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Kira tells K.C. that the mother-daughter Cotillion Ball is an undercover mission so that she'll participate; K.C. asks Marisa for help.
aired 559 days ago
K.C.'s double has accessed the Organization; Craig and Kira hurry to save their daughter and the agency.
aired 559 days ago
Zane has captured K.C.; the family is unaware as their rival has also created a K.C. look alike to infiltrate and destroy the Coopers.
aired 560 days ago
The Organization assigns top spy Brett Willis to go under cover as K.C.'s boyfriend for a mission; Craig and Kira find out their old rival, Zane, is back.
aired 560 days ago
The Organization assigns top spy Brett Willis to go under cover as K.C.'s boyfriend for a mission; Craig and Kira find out their old rival, Zane, is back.
aired 561 days ago
K.C. loses her confidence after making a mistake on a mission; Marisa tries to get her best friend back in the game.
aired 561 days ago
The Coopers are tasked with protecting Prince Promomomo; Craig becomes worried when K.C. and the Prince begin flirting.
aired 562 days ago
Craig and Kira need an extraction from a dangerous mission; Ernie and K.C. team up with their retired grandparents.
aired 562 days ago
K.C.'s brother Ernie brings home his new girlfriend, Jolie; K.C. is suspicious and believes Jolie is a spy.

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