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Hard-working agents protect San Diego from terrorist threats.

Latest episodes

aired 792 days ago
Trent and Sam swap faces to foil a terrorist ring.
aired 793 days ago
An early agent is called to fight his old, hippie nemesis.
aired 794 days ago
When Robot S.A.M. is taken prisoner, the team becomes a viral video film crew to disguise the rescue mission.
aired 795 days ago
The Time Angels travel to the Wild West.
aired 798 days ago
The agents try to help save a chain restaurant from a violent competitor.
aired 799 days ago
Kove's little black book is stolen.
aired 800 days ago
Trent's nephew harbors a seemingly peaceful alien.
aired 801 days ago
The President of the Navy must deliver a commencement address.
aired 802 days ago
Trent struggles to regain control of a hijacked plane filled with Comic Con convicts.
aired 805 days ago
A bomb on a bus will explode if the bus goes over zero miles an hour.
aired 806 days ago
While celebrating Christmas at Kove's house, the team is attacked by an evil Santa Claus.
aired 807 days ago
Hard-working agents protect San Diego from terrorist threats.
aired 808 days ago
Alphonse goes home to Alaska to find out who murdered his former partner.
aired 809 days ago
Jessie and Alphonse infiltrate a group of crazed book sellers.
aired 812 days ago
Trent must kill his father.
aired 813 days ago
Piper decides to get married but her ex-fiance objects.
aired 814 days ago
Trent and the team must protect comic book authors from a terrorist group.
aired 815 days ago
Robot S.A.M is accused of murder.
aired 816 days ago
The NTSF team is blamed when Gary the Killer Whale is murdered.
aired 819 days ago
NTSF teams up with anti-terrorism time-travelers from the future.
aired 820 days ago
A teen heartthrob rides along with Trent and Alphonse; Kove starts a podcast.

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