K.C. Undercover

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K.C. Undercover
Kcundercoverlogo.jpg
Genre Sitcom
Created by Corinne Marshall
Starring
Theme music composer Andrew Love, Joacim Persson, Johan Alkenas
Opening theme "Keep It Undercover", sung by Zendaya
Composer(s) Bert Selen
Country of origin United States
Original language(s) English
No. of seasons 1
No. of episodes 15 (list of episodes)
Production
Executive producer(s) Jared Hoffman
Producer(s) Vic Kaplan
Location(s) Hollywood Center Studios
Hollywood, California
Camera setup Videotape (filmized); Multi-camera
Running time 23–30 minutes[1]
Production company(s) Rob Lotterstein Productions
It's a Laugh Productions
Distributor Disney Channel
Release
Original channel Disney Channel
Picture format 720p (HDTV)
Original release January 18, 2015 (2015-01-18) – present
External links
Website

K.C. Undercover is an American sitcom developed for Disney Channel, created by Corinne Marshall and executive produced by Rob Lotterstein. The series stars Zendaya as K.C. Cooper, a high school student training to follow in her parents' footsteps as an undercover spy.[2] The series was released on January 1, 2015 on Watch Disney Channel and was followed by the television premiere on January 18.[3] The first season will consist of 29 episodes.[4] On May 15, 2015, TVLine reported that the show was renewed for a second season.[5]

Plot[edit]

Set in Washington D.C., the series follows K.C. Cooper, a high school math genius who gets recruited by her parents, Craig & Kira, after she discovers that they are secretly undercover spies. Her brother, Ernie, tried to help because he feels left out, but eventually joins the team, & Ernie's desire led Craig & Kira to get a robot child named Judy.
Each episode centers on K.C. & her family as they contend with common familial issues while also performing missions to save the country. [2]

Cast and Characters[edit]

  • Zendaya as K.C. Cooper,[6] a high school teenage girl training to become an undercover spy. She is highly proficient at mathematics.
  • Veronica Dunne as Marisa,[6] K.C.'s best friend. She is somewhat ditzy, but is a very outgoing person. In "Photo Bombed", she learns about K.C.'s spy life.
  • Kamil McFadden as Ernie Cooper,[6] K.C.'s brother and a stereotypical nerd. He is a computer genius and joins the family's spy team in "My Sister From Another Mother...Board". He is often ignored by his parents (especially his father), which gives him a severe inferiority complex.
  • Trinitee Stokes as Judy,[6] K.C.'s 10-year-old robot sister. Her robotic nature makes her very smart, but has no social skills, although she is considered to be sassy. Her name stands for "Junior Undercover Digital Youth." She does not appear in the show until the second episode "My Sister From Another Mother...Board", when the agency decides Ernie wouldn't make a good enough spy before he quickly proves them wrong.
  • Tammy Townsend as Kira Cooper,[6] K.C. and Ernie's mom, also an undercover spy.
  • Kadeem Hardison as Craig Cooper,[6] K.C. and Ernie's dad and an undercover spy.

Episodes[edit]

  • Trinitee Stokes is absent for six episodes.
  • Kadeem Hardison is absent for two episodes.
  • Tammy Townsend is absent for four episodes.


No. Title Directed by Written by Original air date[7][8] Production
code[9]
U.S. viewers
(in millions)
1 "Premiere Episode"[7]
"Pilot"[8]
Jon Rosenbaum Corinne Marshall (story)
Rob Lotterstein & Corinne Marshall (teleplay)
January 18, 2015 (2015-01-18) 101 3.51[10]

K.C. Cooper is a smart girl who discovers that her parents are spies, and need her help. On her first undercover assignment, K.C. must find a teen spy and track down the code for a dangerous virus that could render all mobile devices useless; it's also the night of her school dance.


Guest stars: Trevor Jackson as Lincoln Treadwell.

Absent: Trinitee Stokes as Judy.
2 "My Sister from Another Mother… Board" Jon Rosenbaum Rob Lotterstein January 25, 2015 (2015-01-25) 102 3.05[11]

K.C. tries to tell her parents that Ernie is ready to be a spy, even though he is clumsy. Meanwhile, Craig and Kira introduce them to Judy, who is a robot pretending to be a 10 year old. K.C. takes Ernie on a mission and does not tell Craig or Kira. He crashes a van into the museum because he was parked in a loading zone and the police told him to move it, but he did not know how to drive. At the end, he becomes a spy after he reroutes the GPS of the person K.C. could not stop on the mission, to their house

Guest stars: Isaiah Watson as Mateo, Morgan Bertsch as Little girl, Rick Hall as Agent, Terence J. Rotolo as Enemy Spy and Ed Corbin as Traffic Cop.
3 "Give Me a K! Give Me a C!" Jon Rosenbaum Rob Lotterstein February 8, 2015 (2015-02-08) 103 2.22[12]

Marisa gives K.C. some pom-poms to encourage her to join the cheerleading team, but K.C. doesn't want to. Marisa tells her to just try, but K.C. wants to quit. Marisa tells K.C. that she is never there for her. K.C. asks Kira about her problem. Meanwhile, Craig feels upset that Ernie hates every minute of the sports that he plays with him.

Guest stars: McKenna Grace as Quinn, Leah Bateman as Alina Grady and Danielle Burgio as Target 1.
4 "Off the Grid" Jon Rosenbaum Darin Henry February 15, 2015 (2015-02-15) 106 2.75[13]

Craig and Kira are trapped by Regina Honey, a rude villain developing a laser, after a recent mission and K.C. gets worried. Meanwhile, K.C. and Ernie's retired grandparents visit and K.C. thinks they're too old to be spies, but they still have some tricks up their sleeves.

Guest stars: Roz Ryan as Grandma Gayle, Charlie Robinson as Pops, Diane Delano as Honey and Thom Williams as Thug #1.

Absent: Trinitee Stokes as Judy.
5 "Photo Bombed" Jon Rosenbaum Rob Lotterstein March 1, 2015 (2015-03-01) 104 2.60[14]

K.C. is caught in another argument with Marisa, who takes a stand & thinks they shouldn't be friends after Marisa becomes a finalist in a photo contest, but her photo is of K.C.

Meanwhile, Craig and Ernie make Judy do all of the chores Kira gave them. In the end, Marisa finally finds out about K.C. being a spy.
6 "How K.C. Got Her Swag Back" Jon Rosenbaum Jenn Lloyd & Kevin Bonani March 8, 2015 (2015-03-08) 108 2.39[15]

K.C. thinks she is losing her swag after accidentally injuring Ernie, failing a mission, missing the net in basketball, and barfing in front of her class. Meanwhile, an injured Ernie makes Kira take care of him, even after he secretly heals.

Guest stars: Shainu Bala as Mikal and Mays Jackson as Teacher.

Absent: Trinitee Stokes as Judy and Kadeem Hardison as Craig.
7 "Daddy's Little Princess"[8] Jon Rosenbaum Teri Schaffer & Raynelle Swilling March 29, 2015 (2015-03-29)[16] 107 1.97[17]

The Coopers are assigned to protect Prince Promomomo, but when K.C. and the Prince start flirting, Craig gets worried and threatens the Prince to stay away from K.C. When K.C. finds out, she wants to have a date with the Prince. Meanwhile, Ernie is used as a decoy, posing as the Prince at the Embassy.

Guest stars: Tom Williamson as Prince Promomomo, Erron Jay as Olu and Mays Jackson as teacher.

Absent: Trinitee Stokes as Judy and Tammy Townsend as Kira.
8 "Assignment: Get That Assignment"[8] Kadeem Hardison Rob Lottersein April 6, 2015 (2015-04-06) 118 1.54[18]

Marisa turns in a paper report based on one of K.C.'s recent missions, not realizing that it could blow K.C.'s cover as a spy. K.C. and Marisa then try to get the paper back from her teacher, Mr. Forman. K.C., disguised as a substitute teacher, goes into the teacher lounge, but is unsuccessful in retrieving the paper. Agent Beverly keeps calling K.C. to ask for the reports and later disables her spy equipment until K.C. gives her the report. Meanwhile, Judy's robotic friend Trudy visits, but they get into a fight over who is a better robot.

Guest Stars: Sherri Shepherd as Agent Beverly, Jaime Moyer as Mrs. Goldfeder, David Shatraw as Mr. Forman and Madison Horcher as Trudy.

Absent: Kadeem Hardison as Craig and Tammy Townsend as Kira.
9 "Spy-Anoia Will Destroy Ya"[8] Rich Correll Eileen Conn April 19, 2015 (2015-04-19)[19] 105 2.58[20]

K.C. gets mad when her English teacher gives her a B and she thinks he is a undercover spy. Meanwhile Ernie finally has a girlfriend, whose name is Jolie, but when he brings her home, K.C. thinks she is a undercover spy. After attempting to prove it, and failing, eventually K.C. accidentally splashes some ketchup on her shirt which causes her to lose concentration and speak Russian. Realizing she was right all along, K.C. tricks Jolie into following her to school by pretending she has hidden spy documents in her locker. K.C. finally gets Jolie to admit she's a Russian spy, there to obtain K.C.'s family weaknesses. After defeating her in a fight, K.C. has to get her to break up with Ernie...

Speical Guest Star: Bella Thorne as Jolie.

Guest star: Kurt Scholler as Mr. Enright.

Absent: Trinitee Stokes as Judy.
10 "Double Crossed Part 1"[8] Joel Zwick
Jody Margolin Hahn
Cat Davis & Eddie Quintana
Eileen Conn
May 29, 2015 (2015-05-29) 109&110 2.40[21]

K.C. has to go on an undercover mission with The Junior Spy of the Year Brett Willis. They must pretend to be a couple, although K.C. initially dislikes him. K.C. becomes jealous when Brett begins dating Marisa, who is aware that he is a spy. Later, Marisa ends their relationship. K.C. and Brett develop feelings for each other after they go undercover for a dancing competition. Craig and Kira's 20th anniversary is upcoming, and Kira is upset that Craig does not want a big party to celebrate. Kira receives flowers from Zane, Craig's ex-partner, who became a double agent prior to K.C.'s birth. Craig allowed Zane to escape in exchange for his life. In a note to Kira, Zane informs the Coopers that he is planning revenge against them. Later, Brett tells the family that Zane is imprisoned and that he had sent the flowers and note from a computer at the prison. Brett then calls his father, Zane, to inform him that the Coopers believed his false story regarding Zane's imprisonment.

Special Guest Star: Ross Butler as Brett Willis.
11 "Double Crossed Part 2"[8] Jon Rosenbaum Rob Lotterstein May 30, 2015 (2015-05-30) 111 1.82[22]

K.C. starts hanging out with Brett more often, but Kira is suspicious of him. Craig thinks she is being paranoid. Brett convinces K.C. to go with him to a Beyoncé concert out of state, but he actually takes her to Zane's barn (he reveals that Zane is his father), where she is then tied up. Zane has created a look-alike K.C. through laser cosmetic surgery. He sends the look-alike to the Cooper household to pose as the real K.C. Meanwhile, Judy becomes obsessed with a character in Ernie's video game.

Special Guest Stars: Ross Butler as Brett Willis and François Chau as Zane.
12 "Double Crossed Part 3"[8] Jon Rosenbaum Darin Henry May 31, 2015 (2015-05-31) 112 3.02[23][24]

K.C. is captured by Zane and nobody knows because he built a K.C. look-alike, but Marisa is starting to realize K.C. is not the real K.C. Then the K.C. look-alike locks Marisa in the barn with K.C., but then Marisa has K.C.'s lipstick and K.C. broke their handcuffs because it was a laser stick, then K.C. goes to the Organization to destroy the K.C. look-alike and Brett. Meanwhile Craig and Kira finally realize the K.C. look-alike is fake and go to the Organization but make a decision on who is the real K.C., then Zane has Ernie and Judy at the Cooper house but then Craig finally got him.

Special Guest Stars: Ross Butler as Brett and François Chau as Zane.
13 "Stakeout Takeout"[8] Jon Rosenbaum Darin Henry June 7, 2015 (2015-06-07) 117 2.52[25]

K.C. was planning to go to Miami with Marisa for a vacation but Craig tells K.C. she has an undercover mission. But then realizes her dad was lying and now K.C. is mad at him and isn't talking to him. Meanwhile Ernie is mad at his dad and K.C. because they both think he's just a computer geek. Then he goes to El Froyo Loco and sees the bad guy and calls K.C. for help but K.C. wants him to take him out by himself so he managed to take him out.

Guest Stars: Paras Patel as delivery guy, Daniel David Stewart as Stanley and Brandon Loeser as Alexander Garrett.

Absent: Trinitee Stokes as Judy and Tammy Townsend as Kira.
14 "The Neighborhood Watchdogs"[8] Jon Rosenbaum Darin Henry June 14, 2015 (2015-06-14) 122 1.95[26]

Mrs. Goldfeder's house has been robbed so K.C. volunteered her dad to be the Neighborhood Watchdogs Leader but he's doesn't thinks that's a good thing to do, but then K.C. try to sneak and be the leader but Craig finds out and yells at K.C. but then the burglar goes to Mrs.Goldfeder's house and K.C. finds out it's her dad then they make there own teams and watching the neighborhood then K.C. and Craig mistake a person who's taking out the garbage for a buglar but then Craig lets his teammate Herb use the bathroom in the Cooper house and he's the one who's stealing everything of people homes, so K.C. and Craig apologize to each other for thinking for the wrong person. Meanwhile Judy is trying to get away from her friend at school who likes her but brings in her other friend Petey to pretend they're dating but then Petey really thinks she likes him then they go to El Froyo Loco and Pentatonix helps Judy give Petey a message that she doesn't like him but he still doesn't believe her.

Special Guest Stars: Pentatonix.

Guest Stars: Alycen Malone as Mrs. Fortunato, J. Anthony McCarthy as Policeman, Jaime Moyer as Mrs. Goldfeder, Fred Stoller as Herb and Darin Toonder as Agent Murphy.

Absent: Tammy Townsend as Kira.
15 "First Friend"[8] Jon Rosenbaum Darin Henry June 26, 2015 (2015-06-26) 125 2.91[27]

K.C. gets a mission at the University of Maryland to protect the daughter of the President of the United States and they end up becoming friends which prompts Marisa to get jealous and lie about her name. Later K.C. gets knocked out and ends up having to save Marisa and the President's daughter from a dangerous group. Meanwhile, it is revealed that Ernie is an adventure scout and Judy wants to join.

Guest Star: McKaley Miller as Eliza Montgomery.
16 "Operation: Other Side, Part 1"[9] July 12, 2015 (2015-07-12) 114
K.C. and Kira are going undercover at a Correctional Facility patrolling an awful prison woman who is threatening the Organization, so K.C. tries to get information out of her without her finding out she's undercover.
17 "Operation: Other Side, Part 2"[9] July 19, 2015 (2015-07-19) 115
K.C. is still going deeper undercover into The Other's Side training ground trying to get more information when she discovers Brett is her training officer.
18 "K.C. and the Vanishing Lady"[9] July 26, 2015 (2015-07-26) 119
The Cooper Family tries to take a much needed family vaction but are interrupted when a vanishing lady escapes their resort.

Broadcast[edit]

In Canada, the series premiered on Family Channel on January 23, 2015.[28] The series premiered on Disney Channel in Australia on March 5, 2015.[29] In France, the extended version pilot of the series (French titled "Agent K.C.") premiered on Disney Channel France on April 1, 2015. In the UK the show premiered on March 27 on Disney Channel [30]

Awards and nominations[edit]

Year Award Category Recipient Result
2015 Teen Choice Awards Choice TV Actress: Comedy Zendaya Pending

References[edit]

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External links[edit]

K.C. Undercover at the Internet Movie Database