Bureau of Alien Detectors

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Bureau of Alien Detectors
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Format Animated
Starring Michael McConnohie
Bree Anderson
Peter Spellos
Reuben Daniels
Sammy Lane
Walter Rego
Tyrone Week
Country of origin United States
No. of seasons 1
No. of episodes 13
Production
Executive producer(s) Joel Andryc
Eric S. Rollman
Producer(s) Emory Myrick
Running time 30 minutes
Broadcast
Original channel UPN Kids (1996-1997)
Fox Kids (1997)

Bureau of Alien Detectors (commonly initialized as BAD) is an American animated series that once aired on the UPN network's weekend-morning cartoon block UPN Kids. Repeats of the series were aired as part of Jetix on Toon Disney as well as part of the Fox Kids Lineup.

Introductory voiceover[edit]

To many, it's modern day folklore, to others it is simply tabloid headlines but to a select few it is the ultimate reality. Intergalactic aliens have arrived on Earth, now they move among us. Only one top secret elite group of trained professionals has the ability to detect these extraterrestrial beings. B.A.D.: The Bureau of Alien Detectors. Led by Squadron Leader Sergeant Ben Packer, military war hero. Special Agent Shane Sanderson, life science expert. Moose Trengganu, alien encounter survivor. Colin Marcus, computer specialist, and Casey Taylor, psychic communicator. Together, they have only one mission: To confront, control, and contain all alien encounters. Together they are B.A.D.: The Bureau of Alien Detectors

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Episode list[edit]

  • 01 - 09/08/96 - "The Hunt"
  • 02 - 09/15/96 - "Hothouse"
  • 03 - 09/22/96 - "The Encounter"
  • 04 - 09/29/96 - "Freezer Burn"
  • 05 - 10/06/96 - "The Awakening"
  • 06 - 10/13/96 - "The Curse of Tassim"
  • 07 - 10/20/96 - "Always Faithful"
  • 08 - 10/27/96 - "Twinkle, Twinkle (1)"
  • 09 - 11/03/96 - "Twinkle, Twinkle (2)"
  • 10 - 11/10/96 - "Gifted"
  • 11 - 11/17/96 - "Grease Trap"
  • 12 - 11/24/96 - "And Then Comes the Rain"
  • 13 - 12/01/96 - "Bone Deep"

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