Totally Spies! (2001) s01e25 Episode Script

Ice Man Cometh

[music - moonbaby, "here we go"]
(SINGING) Here we go,
we're getting on the road till
we stop, and then we'll shop.
So 1, 2, 3, now,
baby, here we go.
Here we go.
Here we go.
On a mission undercover
and we're in control.
Here we go.
Here we go.
We're Totally Spies, so
get on with the show.
Here we go.
Here we go.
Here we go.
[music playing]
- Ah!
- Huh?
Did it burn you?
No, it's cold.
Can you believe that
killer pop quiz Mr. Benson
sprung on us in science class?
It was pure evil.
I thought it was easy.
What's this?
Dear Clover, roses are
red, violets are blue,
I'd like to go to
the movies with you.
Oh, a love poem.
Or an attempt at one, anyway.
Who's it from?
He's been following
me around all week.
What are you doing?
You don't think I would
actually date the president
of the chess club.
Why not?
I just happen to like guys
who are, you know, cooler.
Hi, Clover.
Did you get my note?
- Yeah.
Unfortunately, I'm not free.
But I didn't
even tell you what
night I wanted to take you out.
My schedule is kind
of tied up indefinitely.
I get it.
Well, I guess it's true
what people say about you.
What do they say?
That you're an ice queen.
An ice queen?
That's ridiculous.
He obviously doesn't know
that I was voted Little
Miss Sunshine in second grade.
You crowned yourself
Little Miss Sunshine.
Looks like Jerry's taking
a cue from Mr. Benson.
I don't know what's worse,
a pop quiz or a pop mission.
Hello, girls.
How well do you know
your ecobiology?
I'd say it's a tie.
This is the island of Fiji.
It looks more like Alaska.
They've had some unusual
weather conditions lately,
including a volcano
that spews ice.
My sentiments exactly.
And now, the
phenomenon seems to be
spreading to other
equatorial islands as well.
Like Like the greenhouse
effect only backwards.
The igloo effect.
And if these
anomalies continue,
it could mean disaster
for the ecosystem
and eventually, for mankind.
You'll start your investigation
on Zanzibar Island, one
of the once tropical locations
where the strange occurrence is
currently happening.
You'll be posing as reporters
for "Geography International."
Do we get those
tiny tape recorders?
No, but I've gotten you
some lovely ballpoint pens.
These are super
fine, dual-cartridge,
heat-seeking slick darts.
They can hit any target
in a 100-foot range.
And you'll also
be needing these,
polytech parabrellas,
thermodynamic cold-sensitive
tempatrol bracelets,
precision lip balm
lasers, cherry flavor,
and these AWFUL boots.
No kidding.
Fur is so last year.
Plus, I don't think
they'll match my earmuffs.
AWFUL, A-W-F-U-L. All Weather
Fleece Ultraline Boots, AWFUL.
I'll give new earmuffs.
Ah, everything
looks so peaceful.
It's like a winter wonderland.
When Darryl said that
everyone says I'm an ice queen,
who do you think he
means by, like, everyone?
Um, everyone at school?
You're at school.
Hey, guys, I forget.
Which clouds cause
storms, cumulus or cirrus?
Alex, will you forget
about the quiz for a second?
We're trying to discuss
my reputation here.
I wasn't talking
about the quiz.
I was talking about that.
I really don't want
to see my lunch again.
What was that?
Looks like hail.
We've got to land this thing.
I can't.
The wind's too strong.
Don't worry.
I've got it.
Hang on, Clover.
I've got you.
[screams] Oh, no!
Alex, pull out
your parabrella.
We're going down.
On three, Clover.
1, 2, 3.
Close one.
Clover, look out!
This is not my day.
You journalists always
seem to seek out danger.
Actually, danger
seems to seek us out.
Thanks for agreeing
to show us around,
Mr., uh, Your Mayorness.
Call me Kimba
And what are your thoughts
on these bizarre weather
conditions, Mayor Kimba?
If it doesn't change soon,
Zanzibar won't be an island.
It'll be an iceberg, and
you can quote me on that.
Then we better
get this mission,
I mean, article started.
I have an idea.
I'm glad you
journalists know how
to adapt to every situation.
It's been getting colder
as we move further inland.
That's weird.
Normally, the coast
would be coldest
because of the ocean breeze.
Too bad golf carts
don't have heaters.
I feel like I'm coming
down with something.
You know, you're
right, Clover.
You're not an ice queen.
You're a drama queen.
This ice field is the
furthest point inland.
Normally, it's a bit
of a tourist hot spot,
if you'll forgive the pun.
We get bursts of steam
over seven feet high.
I think I'm
beginning to understand
what's happening here.
- Huh?
- You are?
- Yeah.
Think about it.
Ice from volcanoes.
Ice from geysers.
It's all coming from down below,
from the center of the earth.
But I thought the
earth had a molten core.
Boy, I really messed
up on that quiz.
No, Alex.
You're right.
In fact, according to my
analysis, this piece of ice
is actually a chunk
of frozen magma.
So something or someone
has changed the temperature
of the earth's core.
Looks that way.
Now all we need to do
is find a way to get
below the earth's surface.
If you can make my car do
that, I'll be really impressed.
Sam, are you OK?
I'm fine.
Embarrassed but fine.
Look at that.
It must have come up
through the geyser.
Feels like some kind
of synthetic fabric,
maybe temperature-controlled.
A high-tech tissue.
[blows nose] Is it me, or is
it getting colder out here?
It's not you.
The temperature has dropped
10 degrees since we got here.
We've got to investigate
the earth's core and fast.
Clover, call Jerry.
Kimba, we need to have a little
teleconference with our editor,
but we'll call you
if we need anything
else for the interview.
You journalists
are very dedicated.
Let me know when the
article comes out.
Hello, ladies.
I'm glad you called.
There's something
I need to show you.
I'm afraid the situation
has become quite grave.
The cold spell is now
spreading out from the equator.
Temperatures are dropping
all over the world.
If you don't hurry, the earth
will ice over completely.
All life will be destroyed.
Then we need to get
beneath the earth's surface.
The best way would be to
go down to the ocean floor
and through the Marianas Trench.
I'll have a WOOHP submarine
meet you at the beach ASAP.
Show him that cloth
with the weird insignia
you used as a tissue.
Scan it in.
I'll run it through our database
and call you when I know more.
Bless you.
Oh, no.
Quick, activate your boots.
Once again, trouble finds us.
There's the submarine!
I could really some a
chicken soup right now.
Would you settle
for a breath mint?
That's all I've got.
Oh, great.
Winter fresh.
We're heading into the trench.
What's that rock
formation up ahead?
I I don't know, but I
think we just hit it.
Hey, weird.
There's that symbol again.
That'll be Jerry.
I've got the information on
the sample you sent, spies.
The insignia appears to be
the trademark of a research
scientist named Dr.
Joule, the world's leading
authority on global warming.
He took a leave of
absence last year
and he hasn't been seen
or heard from in months.
That's strange.
Oh, and Clover, make sure
to drink plenty of liquids.
It seems you have
a bit of a cold.
Thanks for the tip.
Now, hurry, girls.
The fate of the world
is depending on you.
Boy, he really knows how
to lay on the pressure,
doesn't he?
What's that?
It looks like
we're being attacked.
He's trying to sink us.
What are we going to do?
Where did he go?
The sea is turning to ice.
We've got to hurry
or we'll be crushed.
Hurry where?
We can't go anywhere with
this big rock in front of us.
It's a door.
Come on.
Let's get out of here.
What do you think
this place is?
Looks can be deceiving.
My comm powder!
What What do we do now?
I don't know how
much further I can go.
I'm running a fever.
You're probably the hottest
thing on our planet right now.
If I wasn't so
sick, I'd totally
take that as a compliment.
This ice feels good.
Looks like Dr.
Joule's been busy.
This must be what he's
using to cool the earth.
Now, if we can just figure
out how to reverse it.
I wouldn't touch
that if I were you.
Dr. Joule!
The one and only.
I suppose you girls are
here to save the world.
Well, that was
the general plan.
How caring and decent of you.
It's too bad you won't succeed.
Allow me to introduce to
you my research assistants.
I think we've already met.
You're not going to get
away with this, you know?
On the contrary,
I already have.
If you look at the
monitors, I think
you'll see that the
world is experiencing
a bit of a cold snap.
Why are you doing this?
I've spent my career
researching the damage humans
have done to this planet,
pollution, the depletion
of the ozone, destroying
Earth's natural resources,
and I've come to realize that
you people don't deserve it.
So I'm taking the planet
back to the Ice Age.
But you'll freeze
along with us.
Your concern is touching,
my dear, but not to worry.
I have a little safe
house tucked away,
where I'll sit out the storm.
Then, when everything
has been destroyed,
I'll use a remote control
to reverse this device
and rewarm the earth.
Won't you be kind of
lonely living on the planet
all by yourself?
Well, Well, I'm a bit
of a loner by nature.
Now that you mention it,
a little companionship
couldn't hurt.
Do you play chess?
No matter.
I'll teach you.
Boys, bring the blonde.
She seems like the
perfect ice queen.
As for you two, I'm afraid
you will be spending
the rest of eternity
in deep freeze
here at the center of the earth.
Now we must hurry.
In 20 minutes, the earth will
be completely frozen over.
Help me!
Talk about chilling out.
Thank goodness for
these lip balm lasers.
No kidding.
My lips are seriously chapped.
Come on.
We've got to find a way
to shut that machine down.
Oh, no.
It won't budge.
Looks like the dial is
locked in place or something.
Sam, look.
We're too late.
We can't give up.
Dr. Joule said we had 20
minutes before the earth
freezes over completely.
We've got to find
him and Clover.
How do you suppose
we get their pod back?
Any idea how this thing works?
Maybe you need some
kind of key or something.
Looks like we're
preprogrammed to go
straight to the North Pole.
I hope there's
no loop-de-loops.
Those things make me sick.
I think we might have
a more serious problem.
According to this,
the exit is iced over.
We could use our lasers.
I've got a better idea.
Hold onto your hat.
If I knew we were
visiting the North Pole,
I would have brought
my Christmas list.
Yeah, and you could
have delivered it
directly to Santa's workshop.
This must be Dr.
Joule's ice hideaway.
- Are you OK?
I just tripped over
this snow bank.
I thought everything was
supposed to be frozen over.
Guess he didn't get the memo.
Nothing like the
power of the pen.
Now, we just have
to find a way inside.
Can you skate a figure eight?
I win again.
This is going to
be a long Ice Age.
Sorry to interrupt your game.
That's OK.
I was losing anyway
You've ruined everything.
Don't you understand?
We'll freeze in here.
Unless you deactivate
your freeze ray.
My life's work, I won't do it.
Get them!
Checkmate, Dr. Joule.
I refuse to go.
[sneezes] No!
Got it!
You evil little germ spreader.
You've given me your cold.
No one can call you an
ice queen now, Clover.
You're warming up
the entire planet.
Look on the bright side.
You'll have plenty of time
to work on your chess game
in prison.
It was really sweet of
Kimba to send us these shirts.
He didn't even care when I
told him the article was cut.
He was just happy to have
the warm weather back.
There's Darryl.
I bet he's writing
you another poem.
I'll be right back.
Where are you going?
To ask Darryl out.
I thought you said he
wasn't cool enough for you.
I've had it with the cool
and cold and freezing,
and I plan to end this ice
queen thing here and now.
Hi, Darryl.
Um hey, Clover.
Listen, Darryl.
I'm really sorry about
what I said the other day,
and I'd love to go out
with you some time.
Sorry, Clover, but my
schedule is kind of tied up.
Darryl, you don't understand.
I'm really good at chess now.
[music playing]
Previous EpisodeNext Episode