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Series 4

Episode 2: The Bunny Whisperer

First broadcast: on BBC HDLatest broadcast: on CBBC Channel

Available for 10 months

The biggest crime wave is sweeping the nation and SKUL are responsible - although, not the SKUL we know. The Grandmaster has been overturned by his PA, the Grandmistress. Not content with being an underling, the Grandmistress has conspired to get rid of the Grandmaster and take over SKUL once and for all. The spies must stop the crime wave, but it is an impossible mission.

There are no clues whatsoever, apart from some mysterious fluff found at the crime scene. Frank and Oscar man the manically busy phoneline in HQ, whilst Carrie and Rose are sent on mission. The spies discover that Maurice Hutchinson has been kidnapped by the Grandmaster. The GM needs Maurice's help to understand why Flopsy changed allegiance and went over to the side of the Grandmistress, therefore leaving the Grandmaster vulnerable.

Rose, Carrie, Maurice and the Grandmaster break into SKUL and discover that Flopsy was not really a traitor, and was always loyal. But the Grandmistress was in fact conspiring with a fake, animatronic Flopsy, which was part of her fluffy, animatronic army, designed to burrow through walls and make a quick exit with the booty.

The team must stop this unstoppable army and put an end to the Grandmistress's reign once and for all. Will they succeed, whilst keeping their jobs and integrity? Show less

Contributors

Oscar Cole:
Ben Kerfoot
Carrie Stewart:
Charlene Osuagwu
Frank London:
Jonny Freeman
Mr Flatley:
Chris Stanton
Grand Master:
Julian Bleach
Scoop Doggy:
Sam Melvin
Avril Franklin:
Jenny Huxley Golden
Davina Berry:
Eliza Cummings-Cove
Donovan Butler:
Joseph Cocklin
Chief Agent Stark:
Jonathan Rhodes
Grandmistress/Anita Kane:
Tracy-Ann Oberman
Maurice Hutchinson:
Richard Goulding
Newsreader:
Krupa Pattani
Homie Apathy:
Anthony Genas
Director:
Simon Hook
Writer:
Ben Ward

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