The Secret Show

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The Secret Show
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Created byTony Collingwood
Directed byTony Collingwood
Andrea Tran
Voices ofAlan Marriott
Kate Harbour
Rob Rackstraw
Keith Wickham
Martin Hyder
ComposerRoger Jackson
Country of originUnited Kingdom
No. of seasons2
No. of episodes52 (list of episodes)
Executive producerMichael Carrington
ProducerChristopher O'Hare
Running time13 minutes
Production companyCollingwood O'Hare Entertainment
DistributorBBC Worldwide
Original networkCBBC
Disney XD (Latin American)
Original release16 September 2006 (2006-09-16) –
27 October 2007 (2007-10-27)
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The Secret Show is a British animated show produced by Collingwood O'Hare and commissioned by BBC Worldwide in partnership with BBC Children's. It debuted on 16 September 2006 during TMi on BBC Two.[1] It debuted in North America on Nicktoons Network on 20 January 2007, and ended on 29 November 2010. It also used to air on CBBC, BBC One, Jetix Latin America, Disney Channel Germany, ABC11, Nickelodeon, BBC Kids, Teletoon+, MBC3, 2x2, Disney Channel Latin America, N1, TVB Pearl, RTÉ2 (as part of the network's children's programming lineup The Den), BFBS (being shown on the children's wrapper programme Room 785), Kids Central, CCN TV6 (with the series airing on the channel's cartoon lineup TV6 Cartoon Express) and TSR 2. A total of 52 episodes were produced.[2]


The show stars two secret agents, Anita Knight and Victor Volt as they try to save the world from the latest threats to civilization. They work for the secret organization, U.Z.Z, run by their commanding agent, whose codename is "changed daily" for reasons of security, always to an unusual or ridiculous phrase. U.Z.Z also comprises Professor Professor, whose inventions and scientific background frequently save the day; Special Agent Ray who often runs missions behind the scenes; and a large team of standard agents.

They frequently counter threats from their main enemy, T.H.E.M. - The Horrible Evil Menace. T.H.E.M is headed up by the evil antagonist in the series, Doctor Doctor, who is intent on taking over the world, and has her own crack team of agents called "Expendables" who wear billiard ball-style helmets. However, some episodes do feature a different set of enemies, such as the underground species of Imposters or Reptogators, the space alien Floaty Heads or Changed Daily's nanny as a child, who has world domination plans of her own. Many episodes feature a sealed orange cylinder, known only as "The Secret Thing". It is not known what the Secret Thing actually is, although in one episode Doctor Doctor steals it, however it is a fake, filled with confetti. Even when it is not central to the episode, the Secret Thing is always featured, half poking out from somewhere. Each episode also features a robotic spider walking up the wall and a four digit code which can be entered on the Secret Show website to unlock extras.

The show never starts as "The Secret Show", but rather as "The Fluffy Bunny Show" for young children, which features Sweet Little Granny in a rocking chair, with a banjo and six fluffy, pink bunnies. As she begins to sing the intro for her show, interrupted by agents for U.Z.Z. appear, headed by Agent Ray, and commandeer the show, always using a different method of dispatch. The Secret Show then begins, much to Sweet Little Granny's dismay. The bunnies, however, frequently appear throughout the show in unexpected places. And in "A Purrfect Villain", Sweet Old Grandpa appears instead of Granny because she was getting a hip replacement operation. When the show gets interrupted by Ray, Grandpa picks up the bunnies and runs from the agents who appears many times in that episode. The US version sometimes edits this opening out of the broadcast.


U.Z.Z. agents[edit]

  • Victor Volt: Is one of the two main protagonists; wearing a blue jumpsuit, and riding a purple skybike, he is partnered with Anita Knight. He's the only American agent, was recruited by U.Z.Z at a comic book convention in San Diego, and is easily distracted and often acts childishly, sometimes getting the two agents into trouble or causing a crisis that requires further intervention by U.Z.Z. Victor's level of competence generally changes depending on the situation; in some cases he acts incompetently, whereas only scenes later he may manipulate the situation brilliantly. Victor is also a vegetarian and a "Ninth Grade Stone-Skipping Champion"(revealed in the episode "The Abyss"). Voice: Alan Marriott
  • Anita Knight: Is one of the two main protagonists; with blonde hair that ends in a cute little curl, wearing a purple jumpsuit and headband, and riding a green skybike, she is partnered with Victor Volt. Somewhat more intelligent than Victor, she often has to save the day when Victor lands them in a sticky situation. She is allergic to sea water, but when in sea water, she grows a mermaid tail (for reasons unknown.) Voice: Kate Harbour
  • Professor Professor: Is a brilliant scientist from Germany, and the only other member of U.Z.Z apart from Victor and Anita who sit in the main meeting room with Changed Daily. He has a bald head with some green hair in the back, and wear red glasses and sometimes a "Pointy Stick" that extends. He speaks with a German accent. Although something of a mad scientist, his inventions are often brilliant, although occasionally some may backfire (which is why he calls most of his inventions "totally untested und highly dangerous") and create a threat, such as a baldness cure that threatens to consume the earth with hair and giant Head Lice. His parents always wanted a professor in the family so they named him Professor, and when he became a professor at U.Z.Z. he was named Professor Professor (in which Changed Daily calls it a silly name). He once was a student at "The School for the Chronically Gifted", and a classmate of the show's antagonist, Doctor Doctor. Changed Daily is under the impression he is French. He always asks Victor "Are you still alive?" after he crashes (which is often) and is usually caused by him. Voice: Rob Rackstraw
  • Changed Daily: Is the leader of U.Z.Z., with a strong British accent, a mustache and a classy suit. He always has a new name at the beginning of every episode; he will mention that "For reasons of security, my name is changed daily. Today, you may call me..." before then using his special cell phone to get his latest codename. This always turns out to be ridiculous, much to the amusement of Victor, Anita and Professor Professor. Prior to becoming the commander, Changed Daily was once a top agent occupying the role that Victor now has; he was partnered with Lucy Woo, Anita's counterpart, and she is the only one who knows what Changed Daily's real name is. He always travels with his fireplace at his side to lean on. Whilst he excels as the leader of U.Z.Z, real field work is no longer his strong point, since he apparently has not done much of it in many years, but in one episode he and Professor Professor are demoted when accidentally falling into a training section. Voice: Keith Wickham
  • Special Agent Ray: Is the Unit Commander for U.Z.Z. and provides back-up for Victor and Anita in the field. He is good at keeping his cool under fire and very loyal to U.Z.Z. Ray has a British accent, Elvis-styled hair, an official blue suit, head phone communicator in his ear, and wears sunglasses. Often running missions behind the scenes, he is seen at the beginning of the show when he and his agents clear out the set of "The Fluffy Bunny Show", hosted by Sweet Little Granny, by saying "this time slot is needed urgently". He is also a vegetarian (although he eats fish) and has a nephew named Roy. Voice: Martin Hyder
  • Agent Kowalski: Is the only other female U.Z.Z agent seen in The Secret Show, besides Anita. Little is known about her, except that she is the rank of a standard U.Z.Z agent, she is an American, and is new to U.Z.Z. Voice: Kate Harbour

Other regulars[edit]

  • The World Leader: Is, as the name implies, the democratically elected leader of the entire world, and is a target for many villains. Her speech appears to be nothing but gibberish; her husband is able to interpret her supposed babbling. However, the official site implies that the World Leader is speaking ancient Aztec language, though in a very discordant manner. Voice: Kate Harbour
  • The World Leader's Husband: Is small in height, and wears some sort of armour-type outfit. He has a quiet voice and seems to be the only person who can understand what the world leader says. Voice: Rob Rackstraw
  • Stacey Stern: Is a news reporter, often seen reporting the mission currently being investigated by U.Z.Z. Her catch-phrase sign-off is 'You may be you, but I'm Stacy Stern!', lampooning a common TV news reporter style of self-introduction. Voice: Kate Harbour
  • Sweet Little Granny: Is the host of The Fluffy Bunny Show, played before The Secret Show "steals" its time slot for television. She is married to Sweet Old Grandpa, who once hosted The Fluffy Bunny Show when Sweet Little Granny was having a hip replacement operation. When she made her debut on The Fluffy Bunny Show, she used to be known as Sweet Little Girl and, on her debut day, Changed Daily led a team of U.Z.Z. agents to steal the time slot just like Special Agent Ray currently does. Voice: Kate Harbour
  • Alphonse: Is an artist, although he is also seen producing an U.Z.Z. training film, entering a musical piece in the world anthem competition and commenting on illegal monument racing as Stacey Stern's "architectural correspondent". He is also a secret admirer of Anita and regularly shuns Victor, much to his distress. He also tortures Victor with some of his artwork (like his ball of whiteness being made of belly button fluff).
  • Kent B. Trusted: Is, unbeknownst to U.Z.Z., a double agent working for T.H.E.M. He earned the highest medal you can get as an U.Z.Z. agent when he tried to help Doctor Doctor get the Secret Thing and failed. The identity of what exactly the Secret Thing is, is yet to be found out. His name is a pun on the phrase "Can't Be Trusted".


  • Doctor Doctor: Is the main antagonist of The Secret Show and head of the evil organization, T.H.E.M - The Horrible Evil Menace. Intent on taking over the world, she is the cause of many of U.Z.Z.'s problems, but always fails. She is also known for her bad eyesight and bad teeth that seem to vibrate whenever she talks above a whisper. Voice: Kate Harbour
    • T.H.E.M. (The Horrible Evil Menace): Is headed up by the evil Doctor Doctor, who is intent on taking over the world, and has her own crack team of agents, known as "Expendables" who wear pool ball-style helmets. Each helmet has a number except for the one worn by Kent B. Trusted. His helmet has the letter 'X' instead of a number.
  • The Impostors: Are extremely dangerous villains that live 90 miles below the surface of the Earth and can "impost" humans using "Hologrammatic Replication" with their eye-shaped symbol on their chest. They like the cold and are allergic to Penguins. Inside their suits they are small, one-eyed, maggot-like creatures, and they can change size to look like giant Maggots. Their leader is known as Red Eye and has one eye and an eye-shaped symbol on its chest. When not imposting humans, they speak in gibberish, though they can be heard to make out the phrase "ding ba-doo" which means freezing the world. The Impostors can only survive outside their impostor suits at temperatures below freezing-so their ultimate aim is to create a new ice age.
  • The Floaty Heads (in reality known as the Zurbulons, as revealed in the episode Secret Santa): Are aliens from the planet Zabulon, and are helium-based life forms, whose helium-filled heads float above their bodies. Their leader is 12-year-old Prince Spong, who is extremely afraid of his mother. The Floaty Heads have never forgiven Victor for lying to them about The Ball of Spong, and Prince Spong has never forgiven Changed Daily for eating it. The Floaty Heads call humans "Sticky Heads". Also Spong's sister is Princess Ping who might have a small crush on Victor. For some strange reason the sound of impending doom is heard when they come. They hold 'popping out ceremonies' for Floaties who are going to have their head float out of their bodies. The only known ceremony is Ping's who was scared. At the ceremonies everyone shouts the person's name and rise to help them pop. Ping thought it was very hard. At the ceremonies they swap heads. At Ping's ceremony Victor or 'Pong' told her to breathe and push, as if she was a human giving birth. Popping out ceremonies are ceremonies Floaty Heads have for young floaties when they pop out. Before they become floaties like Spong they have an eyeball sticking out. There the floaty who is about to pop out their name is called about five times then rise until they pop. One of the only known ceremonies were Princess Ping's and she found it quite difficult and scary since she had a hard time popping out and was scared even saying I am a brave Princess in her room before her ceremony. After the floaty pops out the rest applaud and Spong and Ping's mother tells the floaty who they want to swap heads with (which may be either permanent or a form of greeting). At Ping's ceremony she chose Pong (who was only Victor in disguise) until the balloons popped which Victor and Anita were using as fake floaty heads. Then Ping couldn't believe she almost swapped with a sticky head. She cried in her bedroom and Victor apologized and then let Victor and Anita go lying to Spong she didn't see a sticky head.
  • The Reptogators: Most feared reptile-like creatures that live 60 miles below the surface of the Earth, and are naturally stupid, and make terrible pets due to their foul stench. They only become intelligent by sucking out the brainwaves of other creatures. They are able to run at 83 miles per hour and will sometimes where human "disguises" to blend in. Victor and Anita's belts ring every time they're in the vicinity. They are "Neighbors" to the Impostors underground due to them living 60 miles above, while they live 90 miles under.
  • The Chef: Is a villain who tried to bake Anita in a pie, but failed. His left arm is an egg beater he calls Mr. Wisk.


  • The Kid: A boy genius who is the REAL leader of U.Z.Z. He is only featured in "Reptogator Attack".
  • The Secret Man: The top U.Z.Z. agent, next to the "Secret Woman in which whom Changed Daily has a crush on.
  • Professor Zoomottle: Is a character appearing in Monument Racers. He is Professor Professor's and Doctor Doctor's old teacher from the School for the Chronically Gifted. His top students, twin geniuses Aaron and Darren, were causing havoc by racing monuments across the globe using Weird Little Motor Thingies, but after U.Z.Z. stopped the monument racing, they took off with a jelly-fier. He also makes an appearance in "The Z-Ray Goggles of Power", which only was Professor Professor in a disguise.

Vehicles and equipment[edit]


The Skybike is the standard-issue flying vehicle for U.Z.Z. Agents, similar in appearance to a jet ski, with a single jet or rocket motor at the back for propulsion, and two smaller retro-boosters on the front. Although, in the episode "Monument Racers", Professor Professor invented giant high-speed engines installed on the back of the Skybike, used to catch up with flying monuments. Skybikes are capable of vertical take off and landing, as well as being able to hover and fly backwards and have retractable tripod-style undercarriage. Most U.Z.Z. skybikes are blue, but Anita Knight's is green, and Victor Volt's is purple. Skybikes are equipped with many gadgets and equipment suitable for a large number of situations, including a Bike Cannon laser, retractable glass dome for use in outer space or underwater, claw-grips and magnets for grabbing, and even an 'Anti-Meteorite Force Field Deflector' to provide protection against space debris. The skybike was once stolen by Doctor Doctor. T.H.E.M. had also copied the vehicle but shares the shape of an arachnid, sometimes Doctor Doctor will ride on these sitting in the back of the spinneret (like a throne) while it's driven by an Expendable, similar to that of a Chariot.


Season 1 (2006)[edit]

No.TitleWritten byOriginal air date
1"The Secret Thing"Tony Collingwood16 September 2006 (2006-09-16)
Someone is trying to steal The Secret Thing. Is it Changed Daily, Victor, Anita, or some sort of shape-changing Impostor? Can Victor tell the difference? And will he ever find out what The Secret Thing actually is?
2"Who Stole Switzerland?"Mark Holloway23 September 2006 (2006-09-23)
Someone is stealing Earth's gravity, causing the continents to float away. Victor and Anita stow away in one of the gravity-sucking machines; the trail leads to Mars, and falling-down parties - but unless they act fast, both planets are in trouble...
3"Bogie Ball"Tony Collingwood30 September 2006 (2006-09-30)
THEM have photographic proof that the World Leader eats her bogies. What does this have to do with the theft of a giant ball of bogies from the sculptor Alphonse? And why are all the Expendables wearing nose-shields..?
4"Wedgie Attack!"Mark Zaslove7 October 2006 (2006-10-07)
Victor and Anita are on the run from UZZ after apparently giving the world leader's husband a wedgie on live TV. Soon, all of UZZ is hiding at Victor's mum's house in disguise. Could it be an Impostor plot? Is Changed Daily safe..?
5"Commando Babies"Mark Zaslove14 October 2006 (2006-10-14)
Nanna Poopoo is kidnapping important people and using a babysitter ray to turn them into commando babies. Soon she will be the only adult. If Victor can manage to burp, he might stand a chance of stopping her...
6"Bad Hair Day"Lee Pressman14 October 2006 (2006-10-14)
Doctor Doctor hacks the agents' brains for intel.[3]
7"And That's For Helsinki"Tony Collingwood21 October 2006 (2006-10-21)
Each time Helsinki Man tries to kill Victor and Anita, he yells "And that's for Helsinki!" It's starting to get a bit annoying. What are they supposed to have done - and why does Professor Professor insist that they must never go to Helsinki?
8"The Ball of Spong"Jimmy Hibbert & Tony Collingwood21 October 2006 (2006-10-21)
The Floaty-heads demand The Ball of Spong, or they will sieve the Earth. But the ball and Changed Daily are trapped in a Mark I Indestructible Survival Pod - with no food. And the ball smells kind of minty...
9"Destination Sun"Mark Zaslove28 October 2006 (2006-10-28)
Doctor Doctor has a remote control for the Sun -- at least, until Victor steps on it. Now the only chance for the Earth is for them all to go to the Sun and relight it...
10"The Secret Room"Ken Pontac28 October 2006 (2006-10-28)
What is the secret of Robert Baron's secret room? In order to find out, Victor and Anita will have to be shrunk so that they can pass as children; and Professor Professor will have to wear a dress...
11"Alien Attack"Tony Collingwood4 November 2006 (2006-11-04)
It's the most momentous moment in earth's history: first contact with a friendly alien race. Everything goes fine, until Anita eats the alien on live TV....
12"Mirror Mirror"Ken Segall4 November 2006 (2006-11-04)
In a mirror universe where THEM rule the world, UZZ are reduced to delivering Pizza. But for the mirror Doctor Doctor, that's not enough: she wants our world, too...
13"Dr. Hypno Returns Again!"Ben Townsend & Tony Collingwood11 November 2006 (2006-11-11)
Only the retired UZZ agent, Zac Meadows, can save the world from Dr Hypno. But all is not as it appears...
14"Secret Sleep"Ken Pontac & Tony Collingwood11 November 2006 (2006-11-11)
Why is everyone on Earth so sleepy - and dreaming of dancing? To defeat Doctor Doctor, Victor Anita and Changed Daily must fall asleep under laboratory controlled conditions. Professor Professor will even howl them to sleep...
15"Super-Vic!"Jimmy Hibbert18 November 2006 (2006-11-18)
Victor acquires a cloak that gives him super-powers, and gets carried away with the idea of being a superhero. But the cloak belongs to the one person that UZZ fear, Eartha Quakea, and UZZ must persuade him to give it back...
16"The Thing That Goes Ping"Baz Hawkins18 November 2006 (2006-11-18)
Professor Professor doesn't have to tell Victor and Anita why they have to rescue The Satellite That Goes Ping from the Bermuda Trapezoid. It's a secret. Doctor Doctor and the mutant piggies don't know either, but they want the satellite too, and what is with the band that plays ominous music every time somebody says Bermuda Trapezoid...
17"The Trousers of Doom"Dave Ingham25 November 2006 (2006-11-25)
If Victor and Anita don't find The Trousers of Doom before Doctor Doctor does, the entire universe could just disappear. And Victor would never get his shoes back...
18"What's in the Box?"Dave Ingham25 November 2006 (2006-11-25)
What is in Professor Professor's box? Why does everyone want to take it from Anita and Victor? Why must they not open it under any circumstances? And will Victor get to hold it?
19"Return of the Killer Toothbrush"Lee Pressman2 December 2006 (2006-12-02)
What did Doctor Doctor and Professor Professor work on in the abandoned space station when they were in The School For the Chronically Gifted together? Is it something that is trying to return to earth and wreak havoc?
20"Reptogator Attack!"Mark Holloway2 December 2006 (2006-12-02)
Who is The Kid, and why must Victor and his strangely brutish new partner protect him? What do the Reptogators have to do with all this? Anita plans to find out...
21"Mr. Atom"Jimmy Hibbert9 December 2006 (2006-12-09)
Victor doesn't believe that UZZ's smallest agent is too small to be seen. Unfortunately for him, Mr. Atom is also the shortest-tempered agent...
22"When Good Food Goes Bad"Laura Beaumont & Paul Larson9 December 2006 (2006-12-09)
When Victor and Anita foil The Chef, he vows revenge - revenge that doesn't seem possible until Victor bites into a carrot, and it presses charges against him...
23"Flick the Switch"Tony Collingwood16 December 2006 (2006-12-16)
Victor has always wondered what the switch next to his chair in the briefing room does. But the answer to that question involves Reptogators, Impostors, and Almost Certain Doom...
24"Giant Brain of Terror!"Dave Ingham16 December 2006 (2006-12-16)
What is the giant brain that UZZ have found frozen in ice in the arctic? The very last thing they should do is wake it up...
25"You're History!"David Stafford & Tony Collingwood23 December 2006 (2006-12-23)
Professor Professor is convinced that no one can invent an uninventing ray. But it appears that Doctor Doctor has proved him wrong - and unless UZZ can do something about it, they'll end up saving the world with only stone axes to help them...
26"A Purrfect Villain"Paddy Granleese & Tony Collingwood23 December 2006 (2006-12-23)
Due to an accident with a totally untested and highly dangerous teleport device, Victor and the villainous cat Mr. Cuddles have got mixed up. Victor has nine lives and wants to chase balls of string; and Mr. Cuddles now knows The Secret Code To Destroy The World...

Season 2 (2007)[edit]

No.TitleWritten byOriginal air date
27"Lucky Leo"Tony Collingwood17 February 2007 (2007-02-17)
UZZ don't stand a chance of catching the luckiest man in the world - unless Professor Professor can synthesise his luck and pass it on to Victor...
28"Zombie Attack!"Mark Holloway24 February 2007 (2007-02-24)
Doctor Doctor has two secret zombifying code words: say either one of them and you turn into a zombie. Unfortunately, the two words are "no" and "yes"...
29"Imposting the Imposters"Tony Collingwood3 March 2007 (2007-03-03)
Professor Professor sends Victor and Anita to infiltrate the Impostors' base - where they find that he was kidnapped by The Impostors a month ago, and never escaped...
30"Ammonites Rule!"Tony Collingwood10 March 2007 (2007-03-10)
It's time to pay the rent for the earth to the Ammonites - one slipper orchid from the top of Mount Kinabalu, once every thousand years. If The Impostors get to Ammonia first, they will control the Earth - to say nothing of what will happen if the Ammonites find out that the orchid is a plastic one...
31"Victor of the Future"Laura Beaumont & Paul Larson17 March 2007 (2007-03-17)
A future Victor has come to warn UZZ that something terrible is about to happen. But he's not allowed to say what it is...
32"Monument Racers"Tony Collingwood & Jimmy Hibbert24 March 2007 (2007-03-24)
Someone is attaching weird little motor thingies to famous buildings and using them to hold illegal monument races. It's a terrible threat to security - what would happen if Doctor Doctor got hold of the technology?
33"Impostor Attack!"Alex Williams31 March 2007 (2007-03-31)
All the world's plumbers are missing. The trail leads to The Impostors, who have a plan to end the world as we know it. And Professor Professor's solution isn't very safe, either...
34"Secret Spider"Mark Holloway7 April 2007 (2007-04-07)
The Imposters attempt to create a new Ice Age, with ice explosions around the globe...
35"Rise of the Floaty-Heads"Dave Ingham14 April 2007 (2007-04-14)
The Floaty-heads have shrunk our solar system to give to Princess Ping as a mobile. Victor and Anita must pretend to be Floaty-heads so they can steal the solar system back, and escape. But Victor becomes fond of shy, insecure Ping, and wants to help...
36"Catch the Birdman!"Ben Townsend15 April 2007 (2007-04-15)
After playing a part in an UZZ training film, The Birdman flips out when it is revealed that the film will never be shown in public. He steals the film, and intends to use it to get a career in the movies, and all the birdseed he can eat...
37"World Anthem"Tony Collingwood7 May 2007 (2007-05-07)
THEM have entered the World Anthem Competition, so Victor and Anita must enter as well, and find out why. Obviously they can't be planning to brainwash everyone with their song, because that only works in old cartoon shows...
38"It's a Hamster World"Tony Collingwood8 May 2007 (2007-05-08)
Changed Daily is finally persuaded to talk about his nick-knacks. On the back of a picture of his old partner, Lucy Woo, they find a note asking him to rescue her - twenty years ago...
39"The Fluffy Bunnython of Doom"Baz Hawkins27 October 2007 (2007-10-27)
It's time for everyone to send carrots to Sweet Little Granny for the burrowless bunnies. But her show seems a little different this year; and why is everyone donating their house? Victor and Anita must find out quickly, because Changed Daily has donated the UZZ building...
40"The Wobble Men from Dimension Ten"Lee Pressman27 October 2007 (2007-10-27)
The Wobble Men have finally broken through - and the only one that can save the world is Victor's father, trapped behind wobbly lines for twenty years...
41"Mission to Monkey Nut Island"Lee Pressman27 October 2007 (2007-10-27)
On an undercover mission inside THEM's secret holiday resort, Victor wins the Best Evil Plan To Destroy UZZ competition...
42"A Hairy Scary World"Lee Pressman21 April 2007 (2007-04-21)
Another one of Professor Professor's crazy cures for baldness has backfired. If Anita and Victor cannot recover the baldy gene from his identical twin brother, the world will be overrun by hair (and 20-foot-tall (6.1 m) head lice). The solution? Stage an opera...
43"World Savers"Dave Ingham22 April 2007 (2007-04-22)
What chance do UZZ have at saving the world from the Gobblotron when World Savers Inc. are so mysteriously good at it - and when Professor Professor has accepted a job with them?
44"The Hand"Mark Zaslove23 April 2007 (2007-04-23)
UZZ decide to cancel their line of Simon Sayz action figures and go with a computer game instead. Simon swears revenge. And when he accidentally gets covered with nano-goo, it looks like he'll get his wish - unless Anita can get to level 13 first...
45"Secret Santa"Tony Collingwood27 October 2007 (2007-10-27)
The Floaty-Heads latest collection includes The World Leader and Changed Daily. There seems to be no-one who can break into their planet to rescue them. Well, maybe one person - someone that can break into any house, once a year, to leave presents...
46"The Z-Ray Goggles of Power"Mark Zaslove24 April 2007 (2007-04-24)
Who gave Doctor Doctor the technology to take over UZZ base? Why does her snivelling sound so familiar to Professor Professor? How can UZZ and THEM possibly work together to save them all from the giant Purple Hole?
47"The Secret Man"Dave Ingham25 April 2007 (2007-04-25)
The Secret Man has disappeared. To find him, Anita and Victor must locate The One Breath Woman, and - providing they can understand her - unravel an Impostor plot to take over the world...
48"Planet Professor Professor"Ken Segall26 April 2007 (2007-04-26)
An overworked Professor Professor has come down with Brain Seepage - some of his knowledge has been squeezed out in the form of a tiny planet orbiting his own head. Victor and Anita must travel there to retrieve a forgotten unlock code - or Changed Daily will be permanently turned into a very large orchid...
49"The Abyss"Paddy Granleese27 October 2007 (2007-10-27)
In which we learn the startling secret behind Anita's seawater allergy, and fishfood torpedoes and a giant sperm whale save the day.
50"Stuff Stealers"Tony Collingwood28 April 2007 (2007-04-28)
Has Victor really stolen all the spoons in the world? Why are all the parrots shouting "help"? And why does everyone's hair look so messy? To see the answers, Victor must have his blind spots removed...
51"The Villain Nobody Took Seriously"Tony Collingwood29 April 2007 (2007-04-29)
After saving the world from The Chef, Doctor Doctor, Reptogators, and Impostors, Victor and Anita have Save Fatigue and the world is taken over by a clown who demands that buildings wear silly hats and everyone says "bim"...
52"Secret Double Agent"Ken Pontac30 April 2007 (2007-04-30)
Series Finale. Why is The Secret Thing being stolen so frequently? Where has Doctor Doctor taken Changed Daily and his fireplace? Surely none of this can be anything to do with UZZ agent Kent B. Trusted..?

Production and awards[edit]

In 2007, The Secret Show won two Children's BAFTA Awards, one for the show itself (as Best Animated Show) and one for its web site (in the Best Interactive category).

The Secret Show has had several notable guest stars, including Tom Baker as Robert Baron, Stephen Fry as Lucky Leo, Penelope Keith as Nana Poo-Poo, Mike Reid as Mr Atom, and Felicity Kendal as Lucy Woo.[4]


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  2. ^ Crump, William D. (2019). Happy Holidays—Animated! A Worldwide Encyclopedia of Christmas, Hanukkah, Kwanzaa and New Year's Cartoons on Television and Film. McFarland & Co. p. 278. ISBN 9781476672939.
  3. ^ - The Secret Show Episode Guide Season 1
  4. ^ "The Secret Show". Retrieved 3 May 2014.

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