Series about a nerdy NSA computer technician who suddenly gains bionic powers after he accidentally absorbs biotech molecules.
"Jake 2.0" aired on the netlet UPN. It premiered on September 10, 2003. Sixteen episodes were produced, but only twelve aired during the original network run. The other four eventually aired on the Sci Fi Channel.
On DVD / Video
There is no DVD release currently scheduled for this show.
- Christopher Gorham as Jake Foley
- Marina Black as Sarah Heywood
- Philip Anthony-Rodriguez as Agent Kyle Duarte
- Judith Scott as Deputy Director Louise Beckett
- Keegan Connor Tracy as Dr. Diane Hughes
- Miranda Frigon as Tech Agent Susan Carver
- Rachel Hayward as Executive Director Valerie Warner
- Grace Park as Fran Yoshida
Aired: September 10, 2003
A computer technician (Christopher Gorham) who works for the NSA is exposed to a biotech substance and gains fantastic powers. Sarah: Marina Black. Darin: Matt Czuchy.
Aired: September 17, 2003
Jake's “training” as an NSA operative involves stopping a madman threatening Washington with an electromagnetic bomb and keeping Sarah from finding out about the nanite project that gave him his powers. Sarah: Marina Black.
Aired: September 24, 2003
Jake goes undercover at an Embassy party to support another agent's mission to recover stolen schematics for a next-generation tank. Kyle Duarte: Philip Anthony-Rodriguez.
"Arms and the Girl"
Aired: October 1, 2003
Jake befriends an international arms dealer's daughter to get information about him. Theresa Carano: Emmanuelle Chriqui.
"The Good, The Bad, and The Geeky"
Aired: October 8, 2003
Jake goes after hackers who cyber-stole $2 million from the Federal Reserve Bank. Dumont: Jesse Cadotte. McP.: Brendan Fletcher. Yori: Carly Pope. Clu: Paul Anthony. Bit: Kristian Ayre.
"Last Man Standing"
Aired: October 15, 2003
Jake travels to Seattle to be best man at a friend's wedding, but he can't escape his new “condition.” Diane: Keegan Connor Tracy. Sarah: Marina Black.
Aired: October 29, 2003
The NSA hunts a domestic terrorist group and Jake's younger brother, Jerry (Drew Tyler Bell), comes for a visit.
Aired: November 5, 2003
A Polish mercenary arrives in Washington to kidnap a member of the NSA's nanite team. David Nykl, Warren Christie.
"Whiskey - Tango - Foxtrot"
Aired: November 12, 2003
Jake tries to stop a traitor who has stolen a top-secret weapon from the NSA. Lance Gibson Sr., Alonso Oyarzun, Sylvesta Stuart, Lochlyn Munro, Steven Williams.
"The Spy Who Really Liked Me"
Aired: November 19, 2003
Jake faces a board of inquiry on charges of insubordination. Miranda Frigon, Jim Byrnes.
"Prince and the Revolution"
Aired: December 10, 2003
Jake goes back to college to protect an African prince (Lee Thompson Young) who has been targeted by assassins hired by a rebel general. Kandyse McClure, Paul McGillion, Richard Cohee.
Aired: December 17, 2003
A legendary NSA agent (Lee Majors) is brought out of retirement to track a former KGB spy (Barbara Tyson) who's threatening to detonate a “dirty” bomb in Washington, D.C.
Episode did not air during original network run. It later aired on the Sci Fi Channel. An old nemesis (Jesse Cadotte) returns to haunt Jake and the NSA. Tamara Feldman.
Episode did not air during original network run. It later aired on the Sci Fi Channel. Jake suffers a memory loss, and Diane goes behind the NSA's back to try to help him. Keegan Connor Tracy, Grace Park.
"Dead Man Talking"
Episode did not air during original network run. It later aired on the Sci Fi Channel. Jake is badly injured during a rescue operation at a Serbian POW camp. Cameron Bancroft.
Episode did not air during original network run. It later aired on the Sci Fi Channel. Jake gives himself an unauthorized nanite upgrade to battle assassins who have targeted a Nobel Prize winner. Shin Koyamada.