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post Apr 28 2012, 03:25 AM
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Yea, commentaries about their daily life or something like that, that would be interesting and maybe fill some plot holes!


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QUOTE (Alex830205 @ Apr 27 2012, 06:54 PM) *
Maybe for the 200th episode, they'll fight the Negative Spies? The Negative Spies are the Totally Spies' evil counterparts from another dimension. alex.gif sam.gif clover.gif



IDK how they would do that but I like it!!!!!!!!!!!!!


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This could be a feasible idea for a Blu-Ray collection.

Totally Spies: The Complete Seasons 1-5 (MSRP: $129.99)
12 Blu-Ray Discs

The set would come in a big metal case with a special pink/purple flower motif with a big picture of the spies and the series logo. Inside the case would be six steelbooks, each with two discs inside, Season 1 would have a picture of Clover, Season 2 would have a picture of Alex, Season 3 would have a picture of Sam, Season 4 would have a picture of Britney, Season 5 would have a picture of Mandy, and the Extras would have a picture of Jerry. The set would also come with a 96-page paperback artbook (similar to the Sailor Moon Sailor Scout books) with some basic information on the series and some art. The first 1,000 preorders would get a special gift, a poster of the spies autographed by Andrea Baker, Katie Leigh, Katie Griffin, and Jennifer Hale.

Each of the discs with episodes on them would have a couple of extra features about 10-15 minutes in length, one would consist of voiceover bloopers and the other would have a production featurette where the creators and actors discuss some aspect of the series. Five out of 13 episodes on a disc would have commentary: one of them in-character featuring the spies voice actresses, two with voice actress commentary, and two with crew commentary.

Disc One: Episodes 1-13

Commentary Tracks:
"A Thing For Musicians" (Commentary by Andrea Baker, Katie Leigh, and Jennifer Hale)
"The Get Away" (Commentary by Robert and Michelle Lamoreaux)
"The Fugitives" (Commentary by Robert and Michelle Lamoreaux)
"Spy Gladiators" (In-character commentary by Clover, Alex, and Sam)
"Silicon Valley Girls" (Commentary by Andrea Baker, Katie Leigh, and Jennifer Hale)

Production Featurette:
"Mission Start" (A brief featurette about the production of the series' first episodes and how the writing and characters have evolved over time)

Disc Two: Episodes 14-26

Commentary Tracks:
"Black Widows" (Commentary by Robert and Michelle Lamoreaux)
"Spies vs. Spies" (Commentary by Andrea Baker, Katie Leigh, and Jennifer Hale)
"Evil Boyfriend" (In-character commentary by Clover, Alex, and Sam)
"Malled" (Commentary by Andrea Baker, Katie Leigh, and Jennifer Hale)
"A Spy Is Born Part II" (Commentary by Robert and Michelle Lamoreaux)

Production Featurette:
"A Spy Is Born" (Discussion of the first two-part episode of the series, discussion also touches on the fact that the episode was aired out of order originally)

Disc Three: Episodes 27-39

Commentary Tracks:
"I Want My Mummy" (Commentary by Andrea Baker, Katie Leigh, and Jennifer Hale)
"Evil Hair Salon" (Commentary by Robert and Michelle Lamoreaux and one of the series writers)
"Boy Bands Will Be Boy Bands" (Commentary by Robert and Michelle Lamoreaux)
"Zooney World" (Commentary by Andrea Baker, Katie Leigh, and Jennifer Hale)
"First Brat" (In-character commentary by Clover, Alex, and Sam)

Production Featurette:
"Guest Stars" (Discussion of some of the series' guest stars during the first two seasons in Los Angeles, including Simon Templeman, Debi Derryberry, and others)

Disc Four: Episodes 40-52

Commentary Tracks:
"S.P.I." (Commentary by Robert and Michelle Lamoreaux)
"Alex Quits" (Commentary by Robert and Michelle Lamoreaux)
"Ski Trip" (In-character commentary by Clover, Alex, Sam, and Mandy)
"Brain Drain" (Commentary by Andrea Baker, Katie Leigh, and Jennifer Hale)
"Toying Around" (Commentary by Andrea Baker, Katie Leigh, and Jennifer Hale)

Production Featurette:
"What A Character" (Discussion of side characters in the series, including Mandy, Britney, the spies' moms, and some of the producers' and cast's favorite villains)

Disc Five: Episodes 53-65

Commentary Tracks:
"Physics 101 Much?" (Commentary by Andrea Baker, Katie Griffin, and Jennifer Hale)
"Computer Creep Much?" (Commentary by Robert and Michelle Lamoreaux)
"Evil Coffee Shop Much?" (In-character commentary by Clover, Alex, Sam, and Mandy)
"Dental? More Like Mental" (Commentary by Andrea Baker, Katie Griffin, and Jennifer Hale)
"Escape from WOOHP Island" (Commentary by Robert and Michelle Lamoreaux)

Production Featurette:
"The Big Move" (Discussion of the switch in production from Los Angeles to Toronto and the various challenges it posed)

Disc Six: Episodes 66-78

Commentary Tracks:
"Evil G.L.A.D.I.S. Much?" (Commentary by Andrea Baker, Katie Griffin, Jennifer Hale, Adrian Truss, and Stevie Vallance)
"Evil Airlines Much? (Commentary by Andrea Baker, Katie Griffin, and Jennifer Hale)
"Creepy Crawly Much?" (Commentary by Robert and Michelle Lamoreaux)
"Evil Valentine's Day" (In-character commentary by Clover, Alex, and Sam)
"Evil Promotion Much?" (Commentary on all three parts by Robert and Michelle Lamoreaux)

Production Featurette:
"The Big Show" (Discussion of what goes into the making of a multi-part episode, focusing on "Evil Promotion Much?")

Disc Seven: Episodes 79-91

Commentary Tracks:
"Futureshock" (In-character commentary by Clover, Alex, Sam, and Mandy)
"I Hate The 80s" (Commentary by Andrea Baker, Katie Griffin, and Jennifer Hale)
"Attack of the 50 Foot Mandy" (Commentary by Andrea Baker, Katie Griffin, and Jennifer Hale)
"Mani-Maniac Much?" (Commentary by Robert and Michelle Lamoreaux)
"Evil Bouquets Are Soooo Passe" (Commentary by Robert and Michelle Lamoreaux)

Production Featurette:
"Super Fans Much?" (Discussion of some of the most interesting fan reactions to episodes)

Disc Eight: Episodes 92-104

Commentary Tracks:
"Beauty Is Skin Deep" (Commentary by Robert and Michelle Lamoreaux)
"Like, So Totally Not Spies" (Commentary on both parts by Andrea Baker, Katie Griffin, Jennifer Hale, and Adrian Truss)
"Spy Soccer" (In-character commentary by Clover, Alex, and Sam)
"Totally Busted" (Commentary on all three parts by Robert and Michelle Lamoreaux)

Production Featurette:
"Totally Busted" (Discussion of the production of the three part feature-length episode originally intended to be the series finale, including some comments from the voice actresses on voicing the spies' moms.)

Disc Nine: Episodes 105-117

Commentary Tracks:
"Evil Graduation" (Commentary by Robert and Michelle Lamoreaux)
"The Granny" (In-character commentary by Clover, Alex, and Sam)
"Another Evil Boyfriend" (Commentary by Andrea Baker, Katie Griffin, Jennifer Hale, and Daniel DeSanto)
"Return Of Geraldine" (Commentary by Robert and Michelle Lamoreaux)
"Virtual Stranger" (Commentary by Andrea Baker, Katie Griffin, Jennifer Hale, and Stephanie Broschart)

Production Featurette:
"Britney and Blaine" (Discussion of the spies' two superspy friends and the fans' reaction to them.)

Disc Ten: Episodes 118-130

Commentary Tracks:
"Totally Mystery Much?" (Commentary by Robert and Michelle Lamoreaux)
"Mime World" (Commentary by Andrea Baker, Katie Griffin, and Jennifer Hale)
"WOOHP-tastic!" (Commentary by Andrea Baker, Katie Griffin, and Jennifer Hale)
"Totally Icky!" (Commentary by Robert and Michelle Lamoreaux)
"Totally Dunzo" (In-character commentary on both parts by Clover, Alex, Sam, and Mandy, with brief appearances by Britney, Blaine, Jerry, and Jerry's mom)

Production Featurette:
"The End?" (Discussion of the final season, particularly "Totally Dunzo", and the fans' reaction to the fact that the series would finally be ending)

Disc Eleven: The Making Of Totally Spies

(A collection of featurettes chronicling the series, the casting, fan conventions, trailers, etc., about 6-8 hours worth of making-of featurettes on this disc.)

Disc Twelve: The WOOHP Archives

Totally Spies: The Movie (The feature film showing the spies' origin story, an extended cut with featurettes by Robert and Michelle Lamoraeux along with a number of other crew members.)

Character Profiles

Gadget Info (Information on every gadget used by the spies, with clips of many of them in use).

Other assorted information/extras that didn't fit on the other discs

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For those without Blu-Ray, a 15-disc DVD set would be available for an MSRP of $99.99, it would contain the five seasons on three discs each. Some of the featurettes and commentaries would be omitted, along with the content of the two extra discs.
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post Jun 30 2012, 05:59 PM
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QUOTE (RySenkari @ Jun 30 2012, 05:40 PM) *
This could be a feasible idea for a Blu-Ray collection.

Totally Spies: The Complete Seasons 1-5 (MSRP: $129.99)
12 Blu-Ray Discs

The set would come in a big metal case with a special pink/purple flower motif with a big picture of the spies and the series logo. Inside the case would be six steelbooks, each with two discs inside, Season 1 would have a picture of Clover, Season 2 would have a picture of Alex, Season 3 would have a picture of Sam, Season 4 would have a picture of Britney, Season 5 would have a picture of Mandy, and the Extras would have a picture of Jerry. The set would also come with a 96-page paperback artbook (similar to the Sailor Moon Sailor Scout books) with some basic information on the series and some art. The first 1,000 preorders would get a special gift, a poster of the spies autographed by Andrea Baker, Katie Leigh, Katie Griffin, and Jennifer Hale.

Each of the discs with episodes on them would have a couple of extra features about 10-15 minutes in length, one would consist of voiceover bloopers and the other would have a production featurette where the creators and actors discuss some aspect of the series. Five out of 13 episodes on a disc would have commentary: one of them in-character featuring the spies voice actresses, two with voice actress commentary, and two with crew commentary.

Disc One: Episodes 1-13

Commentary Tracks:
"A Thing For Musicians" (Commentary by Andrea Baker, Katie Leigh, and Jennifer Hale)
"The Get Away" (Commentary by Robert and Michelle Lamoreaux)
"The Fugitives" (Commentary by Robert and Michelle Lamoreaux)
"Spy Gladiators" (In-character commentary by Clover, Alex, and Sam)
"Silicon Valley Girls" (Commentary by Andrea Baker, Katie Leigh, and Jennifer Hale)

Production Featurette:
"Mission Start" (A brief featurette about the production of the series' first episodes and how the writing and characters have evolved over time)

Disc Two: Episodes 14-26

Commentary Tracks:
"Black Widows" (Commentary by Robert and Michelle Lamoreaux)
"Spies vs. Spies" (Commentary by Andrea Baker, Katie Leigh, and Jennifer Hale)
"Evil Boyfriend" (In-character commentary by Clover, Alex, and Sam)
"Malled" (Commentary by Andrea Baker, Katie Leigh, and Jennifer Hale)
"A Spy Is Born Part II" (Commentary by Robert and Michelle Lamoreaux)

Production Featurette:
"A Spy Is Born" (Discussion of the first two-part episode of the series, discussion also touches on the fact that the episode was aired out of order originally)

Disc Three: Episodes 27-39

Commentary Tracks:
"I Want My Mummy" (Commentary by Andrea Baker, Katie Leigh, and Jennifer Hale)
"Evil Hair Salon" (Commentary by Robert and Michelle Lamoreaux and one of the series writers)
"Boy Bands Will Be Boy Bands" (Commentary by Robert and Michelle Lamoreaux)
"Zooney World" (Commentary by Andrea Baker, Katie Leigh, and Jennifer Hale)
"First Brat" (In-character commentary by Clover, Alex, and Sam)

Production Featurette:
"Guest Stars" (Discussion of some of the series' guest stars during the first two seasons in Los Angeles, including Simon Templeman, Debi Derryberry, and others)

Disc Four: Episodes 40-52

Commentary Tracks:
"S.P.I." (Commentary by Robert and Michelle Lamoreaux)
"Alex Quits" (Commentary by Robert and Michelle Lamoreaux)
"Ski Trip" (In-character commentary by Clover, Alex, Sam, and Mandy)
"Brain Drain" (Commentary by Andrea Baker, Katie Leigh, and Jennifer Hale)
"Toying Around" (Commentary by Andrea Baker, Katie Leigh, and Jennifer Hale)

Production Featurette:
"What A Character" (Discussion of side characters in the series, including Mandy, Britney, the spies' moms, and some of the producers' and cast's favorite villains)

Disc Five: Episodes 53-65

Commentary Tracks:
"Physics 101 Much?" (Commentary by Andrea Baker, Katie Griffin, and Jennifer Hale)
"Computer Creep Much?" (Commentary by Robert and Michelle Lamoreaux)
"Evil Coffee Shop Much?" (In-character commentary by Clover, Alex, Sam, and Mandy)
"Dental? More Like Mental" (Commentary by Andrea Baker, Katie Griffin, and Jennifer Hale)
"Escape from WOOHP Island" (Commentary by Robert and Michelle Lamoreaux)

Production Featurette:
"The Big Move" (Discussion of the switch in production from Los Angeles to Toronto and the various challenges it posed)

Disc Six: Episodes 66-78

Commentary Tracks:
"Evil G.L.A.D.I.S. Much?" (Commentary by Andrea Baker, Katie Griffin, Jennifer Hale, Adrian Truss, and Stevie Vallance)
"Evil Airlines Much? (Commentary by Andrea Baker, Katie Griffin, and Jennifer Hale)
"Creepy Crawly Much?" (Commentary by Robert and Michelle Lamoreaux)
"Evil Valentine's Day" (In-character commentary by Clover, Alex, and Sam)
"Evil Promotion Much?" (Commentary on all three parts by Robert and Michelle Lamoreaux)

Production Featurette:
"The Big Show" (Discussion of what goes into the making of a multi-part episode, focusing on "Evil Promotion Much?")

Disc Seven: Episodes 79-91

Commentary Tracks:
"Futureshock" (In-character commentary by Clover, Alex, Sam, and Mandy)
"I Hate The 80s" (Commentary by Andrea Baker, Katie Griffin, and Jennifer Hale)
"Attack of the 50 Foot Mandy" (Commentary by Andrea Baker, Katie Griffin, and Jennifer Hale)
"Mani-Maniac Much?" (Commentary by Robert and Michelle Lamoreaux)
"Evil Bouquets Are Soooo Passe" (Commentary by Robert and Michelle Lamoreaux)

Production Featurette:
"Super Fans Much?" (Discussion of some of the most interesting fan reactions to episodes)

Disc Eight: Episodes 92-104

Commentary Tracks:
"Beauty Is Skin Deep" (Commentary by Robert and Michelle Lamoreaux)
"Like, So Totally Not Spies" (Commentary on both parts by Andrea Baker, Katie Griffin, Jennifer Hale, and Adrian Truss)
"Spy Soccer" (In-character commentary by Clover, Alex, and Sam)
"Totally Busted" (Commentary on all three parts by Robert and Michelle Lamoreaux)

Production Featurette:
"Totally Busted" (Discussion of the production of the three part feature-length episode originally intended to be the series finale, including some comments from the voice actresses on voicing the spies' moms.)

Disc Nine: Episodes 105-117

Commentary Tracks:
"Evil Graduation" (Commentary by Robert and Michelle Lamoreaux)
"The Granny" (In-character commentary by Clover, Alex, and Sam)
"Another Evil Boyfriend" (Commentary by Andrea Baker, Katie Griffin, Jennifer Hale, and Daniel DeSanto)
"Return Of Geraldine" (Commentary by Robert and Michelle Lamoreaux)
"Virtual Stranger" (Commentary by Andrea Baker, Katie Griffin, Jennifer Hale, and Stephanie Broschart)

Production Featurette:
"Britney and Blaine" (Discussion of the spies' two superspy friends and the fans' reaction to them.)

Disc Ten: Episodes 118-130

Commentary Tracks:
"Totally Mystery Much?" (Commentary by Robert and Michelle Lamoreaux)
"Mime World" (Commentary by Andrea Baker, Katie Griffin, and Jennifer Hale)
"WOOHP-tastic!" (Commentary by Andrea Baker, Katie Griffin, and Jennifer Hale)
"Totally Icky!" (Commentary by Robert and Michelle Lamoreaux)
"Totally Dunzo" (In-character commentary on both parts by Clover, Alex, Sam, and Mandy, with brief appearances by Britney, Blaine, Jerry, and Jerry's mom)

Production Featurette:
"The End?" (Discussion of the final season, particularly "Totally Dunzo", and the fans' reaction to the fact that the series would finally be ending)

Disc Eleven: The Making Of Totally Spies

(A collection of featurettes chronicling the series, the casting, fan conventions, trailers, etc., about 6-8 hours worth of making-of featurettes on this disc.)

Disc Twelve: The WOOHP Archives

Totally Spies: The Movie (The feature film showing the spies' origin story, an extended cut with featurettes by Robert and Michelle Lamoraeux along with a number of other crew members.)

Character Profiles

Gadget Info (Information on every gadget used by the spies, with clips of many of them in use).

Other assorted information/extras that didn't fit on the other discs

-

For those without Blu-Ray, a 15-disc DVD set would be available for an MSRP of $99.99, it would contain the five seasons on three discs each. Some of the featurettes and commentaries would be omitted, along with the content of the two extra discs.

I hope that it would in stores here in the states.


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The set I described would be intended for the US, Canada, and perhaps the UK and Australia. There would obviously be a French set along similar lines (probably bigger and better since Totally Spies is a French cartoon) and probably sets for Germany, Latin America, Spain, Russia, Japan, and other countries with different voice actor commentaries. Actually, voice actor commentaries and in-character commentaries would probably be limited to the English language sets and the French set, the other countries would most likely get more bare-bones sets (with possibly better packaging or more extra collectibles to make up for it)
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^ Wow, you've put a lot of thought into this haven't you? tongue.gif


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QUOTE (RySenkari @ Jul 1 2012, 05:33 AM) *
The set I described would be intended for the US, Canada, and perhaps the UK and Australia. There would obviously be a French set along similar lines (probably bigger and better since Totally Spies is a French cartoon) and probably sets for Germany, Latin America, Spain, Russia, Japan, and other countries with different voice actor commentaries. Actually, voice actor commentaries and in-character commentaries would probably be limited to the English language sets and the French set, the other countries would most likely get more bare-bones sets (with possibly better packaging or more extra collectibles to make up for it)

If someone were to preorder the non Blu-Ray set do they get the poster too?


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No, it would only be for the Blu-Ray.

And yeah I did put a lot of thought into it, I love thinking about things like this, even if we'll never get anything like it in real life happy.gif;;; If something like that WAS announced I'd preorder it in a second.
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QUOTE (RySenkari @ Jul 1 2012, 10:42 PM) *
No, it would only be for the Blu-Ray.

And yeah I did put a lot of thought into it, I love thinking about things like this, even if we'll never get anything like it in real life happy.gif;;; If something like that WAS announced I'd preorder it in a second.

Will this dvd set also comes with Totally Spies the movie?


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No, the movie would be part of the Blu-Ray extras. I'm sure there's already a seperate DVD of the movie.
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QUOTE (RySenkari @ Jul 3 2012, 06:33 AM) *
No, the movie would be part of the Blu-Ray extras. I'm sure there's already a seperate DVD of the movie.

Maybe they're waiting to relese the dvd sets to incled season 6 of Totally Spies.


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QUOTE
This could be a feasible idea for a Blu-Ray collection.

Totally Spies: The Complete Seasons 1-5 (MSRP: $129.99)
12 Blu-Ray Discs

The set would come in a big metal case with a special pink/purple flower motif with a big picture of the spies and the series logo. Inside the case would be six steelbooks, each with two discs inside, Season 1 would have a picture of Clover, Season 2 would have a picture of Alex, Season 3 would have a picture of Sam, Season 4 would have a picture of Britney, Season 5 would have a picture of Mandy, and the Extras would have a picture of Jerry. The set would also come with a 96-page paperback artbook (similar to the Sailor Moon Sailor Scout books) with some basic information on the series and some art. The first 1,000 preorders would get a special gift, a poster of the spies autographed by Andrea Baker, Katie Leigh, Katie Griffin, and Jennifer Hale.

Each of the discs with episodes on them would have a couple of extra features about 10-15 minutes in length, one would consist of voiceover bloopers and the other would have a production featurette where the creators and actors discuss some aspect of the series. Five out of 13 episodes on a disc would have commentary: one of them in-character featuring the spies voice actresses, two with voice actress commentary, and two with crew commentary.


Oh i so dig this! Well written! On the other hand, i doubt all of this is possible for $129.99, $200 is nice chubby number - Marathon would deserve it for this.


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For the episode title "Grab the bully by the horns" could we imagine a cameo of Donna from the season 1 episode "Spy Gladiators"?
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Season 6
The opening sequence for season 6 will have completly all-new footage, but will be showed similar to season 3/4. The intro music will be an instrumental Dubstep/Dance-pop verion of the show's theme song, similar to the soundtrack used for season 3 & 4.


Found this today on Wikipedia Can someone confirm this please? Or give link to source?

I´m not exactly fan of dubstep but knowing they make S6 intro based on S3/S4 and not S5 makes me extremely happy and i might even like it.

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lol i love this XD

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According to the Oban Star Racers Artbook, Savin Yeatman-Eiffel (creator of Oban Star Racers) was concerned when the script writers of Totally Spies! were hired for Oban Star Racers. He said that Totally Spies! has good qualities, but that their work didn't fit in with his own story and characters. Some of their lines in the script were stereotypically girlish, something Savin greatly opposes.


lol of course the lines are going to be girlish, It's a show about 3 Beverly Hill teenaged girls, thats about as girly as you can get it XD.

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