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Spy vs. Spy
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White Spy and Black Spy

Spy vs. Spy is a segment about Black Spy and White Spy battling against each other, with the spy who starts the conflict usually losing because of the other spy's counter plan or Grey Spy's plans. It is based on the monthly comic strip feature in MAD Magazine bearing the same name as the show.

List of segment appearances

Season 1

  • (Episode 1) - White Spy counters Black Spy's attempt to drop a bomb on him with a pot.
    • (Note: This was originally used on MADtv and this is the first time White Spy wins in a season premiere.)
  • (Episode 2) - White Spy's attempt to counter Black Spy's plan to blow him up goes the wrong way. He ends up getting mauled by a lion after clipping its tail off.
  • (Episode 3) - White Spy sneaks microbombs into Black Spy's gloves. While White Spy plays his tuba, Black Spy puts his fingers in his ears, setting the bombs off.
    • (Note: This was originally used on MADtv.)
  • (Episode 4) - Black Spy infiltrates White Spy's submarine and tries to open a safe, but it turns out to be a trap, water fills the submarine, and takes Black Spy along with it.
    • (Note: White Spy made a cameo in uGlee.)
  • (Episode 5) Black Spy launches a torpedo at White Spy's boat. White Spy's boat splits in half, but the torpedo splits in half, too. White Spy screams in terror and is blown up.
    • (Note: This was originally used on MADtv and they also made a cameo in WALL·E·NATOR.)
  • (Episode 6) - Black Spy carries dynamite over to White Spy's HQ, only to get knocked out by spring-loaded floorpieces and is then rolled up with the dynamite by White Spy, and Black Spy is then blown up.
  • (Episode 7) - White Spy tries to blow up Black Spy's elephant, but the animal turns out to be a tank and the tables turn. White Spy is then shot out of the sky.
  • (Episode 8) - White Spy gets himself a cannon hat to destroy Black Spy, but it backfires when Black Spy uses a bow and arrow and backs up the cannon.
  • (Episode 9) - Black Spy puts a nail groomer in a cake pretended to be sent to White Spy, but it turns out he was just using it as a trap test, and White Spy is crushed by the spring-loaded walls.
    • (Note: This was originally used on MADtv.)
  • (Episode 10) - Black Spy uses a wrecking ball to destroy White Spy's HQ, but it backfires when White Spy's baseball bat vehicle knocks the ball right back at him.
  • (Episode 11) - Black Spy uses a tank and sees White Spy in a jail cell, but the bars turn out to be a machine gun, and Black Spy and his tank are then riddled with shots.
  • (Episode 12) - White Spy takes notes on Black Spy's secret new jet with devastating consequences. The jet has a lawnmower in the back. Watch out, White Spy! But it's too late, because White Spy is cut to smithereens.
  • (Episode 13) - Black Spy gets blown up by a missile disguised as a basketball hoop by White Spy.
    • (Note: This was originally used on MADtv.)
  • (Episode 14) - Black Spy's attempt to fire a torpedo at White Spy's car backfires when the torpedo gets bounced back to him.
  • (Episode 15) - Black Spy thinks he sees White Spy hiding behind a rock, but it's a trap! White Spy pops out from the tree and bonks Black Spy on the head with a club.
  • (Episode 16) - Black Spy falls into a pit disguised as White Spy's shadow, and White Spy fills the hole and does a victory dance on it.
  • (Episode 17) - White Spy's attempt to pogo stick his way into Black Spy's base is foiled with a spiked ceiling. Black Spy's revenge strikes again!
    • (Note: This was originally used on MADtv. However, White Spy is the one setting up the trap and winning the battle in that version. So this is a role reversal.)
  • (Episode 18) - White Spy crushes Black Spy with a car that converts into a hammer after Black Spy destroys the bridge leading forth.
  • (Episode 19) - Black Spy is blown up by a giant bomb disguised as an island.
  • (Episode 20) - Black Spy uses a boulder to start a domino effect with wrecking balls that crushes White Spy and his makeshift factory.
    • (Note: This is the first time the plotting snicker was used as a victory chuckle.)
  • (Episode 21) - White Spy is blown up by a concealed observatory cannon fired by Black Spy.
  • (Episode 22) - White Spy blows up Black Spy's sky chopper with a pair of missiles cleverly disguised as skis.
  • (Episode 23) - White Spy cuts Black Spy's helicopter up with a toilet plunger hacksaw after Black Spy disturbs his nap, and Black Spy plummets to his doom.
    • (Note: This was originally in "MAD Magazine Shortage Coming! Hoard This Issue!")
  • (Episode 24) - White Spy's attempt to hit Black Spy with a rock flung by a slingshot backfires when Black Spy has a slingshot hidden in his hat.
    • (Note: MAD Kids used the same segment like this in the Spy vs. Spy spin-off, Spy vs. Spy Jr.)
  • (Episode 25) - Black Spy's attempt to steal the top secret message from White Spy's mouse trap backfires on him when White Spy pushes his wall on top of him.
    • (Note: This was originally used on MADtv.)
  • (Episode 26) - White Spy has captured Black Spy and ties him up and puts him in a canoe. Black Spy manages to escape his bonds and grabs a tree branch, but the tree turns out to be on wheels, and Black Spy goes for a wild ride down a river rapid after being tricked by White Spy.
    • (Note: This is the first time that there were two victory chuckles in a row and the first time White Spy wins in a season finale.)

Season 2

  • (Episode 27) - Black Spy sees a balloon that looks like White Spy on a bridge and pops it out of frustration, but the balloon turns out to be what's holding the bridge up. White Spy watches with glee as Black Spy plummets to the ground.
    • (Note: This is the second time White Spy wins in a season premiere and they also made a cameo in MAD News.)
  • (Episode 28) - White Spy steals Black Spy's bag, but it contains a puzzle of a missile target, which Black Spy drops a bomb on, blowing White Spy up. Puzzling, isn't it?
  • (Episode 29) - Black Spy tries to drop a bomb on White Spy. However, White Spy bounces it with a hidden spring. Black Spy then seemingly admits defeat with a white flag, but it turns out to be an axe and he chops White Spy in half with it.
  • (Episode 30) - Black Spy spots White Spy capturing a radio transmission and digs a hole under White Spy and puts a bomb underneath, but White Spy moves everything and Black Spy gets caught in the blast.
    • (Note: This is the second Spy vs. Spy segment to be in stop-motion.)
  • (Episode 31) - Black Spy places a lit stick of dynamite in White Spy's window. White Spy discovers the stick through his mirror and puts it out. While White Spy does that, Black Spy removes the glass from the mirror, places it in the window frame, and puts a bomb in the mirror frame. White Spy then notices the bomb and pours water on the mirror glass in the window and gets blown up by the bomb.
  • (Episode 32) - White Spy and Black Spy are in a boxing match. Black Spy secretly puts a horseshoe in his glove to punch out White Spy. In the match, Black Spy punches White Spy, but White Spy was secretly wearing a knight's helmet, causing Black Spy to break his hand. Ouch!
    • (Note: This is the third Spy vs. Spy segment to be in stop-motion.)
  • (Episode 33) - White Spy catches Black Spy fishing and attaches a bomb to his fishing line, but Black Spy's fishing line was holding a shark cage and the shark gets released and attacks White Spy. Black Spy then cuts the line with the bomb and White Spy and the shark get blown up.
    • (Note: This is the fourth Spy vs. Spy segment to be in stop-motion.)
  • (Episode 34) - Black Spy tries to steal White Spy's plane, but when White Spy presses a button on his remote, the wings whack Black Spy.
  • (Episode 35) - On Halloween, White Spy tries to break into Black Spy's costume party by dressing up as Black Spy and looks at himself in the mirror while holding a gun, but the mirror was actually Black Spy in a mirror costume and he shoots White Spy. Way to turn the tables, Black Spy!
  • (Episode 36) - Black Spy sees White Spy training an attack dog to attack Black Spy. Watch out, Black Spy! Meanwhile, White Spy takes the dog over to Black Spy's HQ, but Black Spy pours a bucket of black paint on White Spy, making him look like Black Spy. The dog attacks White Spy and Black Spy claims his victory. Way to turn the tables again, Black Spy!
    • (Note: This is the fifth Spy vs. Spy segment to be in stop-motion.)
  • (Episode 37) - White Spy is playing a music box with his monkey who is holding a cup. Black Spy comes and hands mini-bombs to the monkey as if it were change, then the monkey puts the ammo in the music box and it turns out to be a gun, which White Spy fires at Black Spy, and this time, the monkey gets the victory chuckle.
    • (Note: This is the first time the regular background music wasn't used.)
  • (Episode 38) - While Spy (still in jail) receives a cake from his mother, delivered by Black Spy, who is guarding him. It contains a nail file which White Spy slips underneath his cell to Black Spy along with a picture of an open cell window. Thinking White Spy escaped, Black Spy attempts to dive through the "open" window and gets knocked unconscious, allowing White Spy to escape prison successfully.
    • (Note: This is the first time a sequel was used outside of a previous season.)
  • (Episode 39) - Black Spy flies in a helicopter up to a stone mountain statue of White Spy and attaches a bomb to the nose, but White Spy had other ideas. He detaches the nose and it hits Black Spy's helicopter, blowing him up.
    • (Note: This is the sixth Spy vs. Spy segment to be in stop-motion and they also made a cameo in Spy vs. Spy Kids along with Marissa Wilson as Grey Spy.)
  • (Episode 40) - Black Spy finds White Spy surfing, and fires tank shots at him, but unknown to Black Spy, White Spy's surfboard is really a torpedo in disguise and blows up Black Spy. Pretty clever, White Spy!
    • (Note: This is the second time the regular background music wasn't used.)
  • (Episode 41) - Black Spy blows up White Spy with a missile disguised as a Christmas tree after White Spy drops a bomb into Black Spy's chimney. Merry Christmas, spies!
    • (Note: This is the seventh Spy vs. Spy segment to be in stop-motion, plus the first time this segment was in color, and Black Spy made a cameo in Undercover Claus.)
  • (Episode 42) - Black Spy manages to sneak into White Spy's HQ after evading all of the traps. However, when Black Spy looks into the top secret safe and discovers that it contains a piece of paper that says "Look up", White Spy shows up on the ceiling, whereupon he blasts Black Spy.
  • (Episode 43) - White Spy, on skis, chases after Black Spy attempting to shoot him. Instead, Black Spy manages to convert his own skis into a bow and arrow and shoot White Spy with it.
    • (Note: This is the eighth Spy vs. Spy segment to be in stop-motion.)
  • (Episode 44) - Black Spy ties one end of a chain at the end of a cannonball and the other end of the chain at the end of a cannon so when White Spy lights the cannon's fuse, the cannon knocks him out. Black Spy somehow prevents himself from being hit.
  • (Episode 45) - White Spy thinks Black Spy fell off of a cliff, but it turned out to be a distraction as Black Spy pulled the stick off that was holding up the rock White Spy was standing on, making White Spy fall instead.
    • (Note: This is based off a Peter Kuper strip and this is the ninth Spy vs. Spy segment to be in stop-motion.)
  • (Episode 46) - White Spy plays tennis with Black Spy and secretly uses a bomb for the tennis ball. However, after numerous matches, Black Spy manages to defeat White Spy by blowing him up with the "ball," and Black Spy thinks he is victorious until White Spy crushes him with the tennis floor.
    • (Note: This is the second time that there were two victory chuckles in a row.)
  • (Episode 47) - White Spy blows up Black Spy with a rocket disguised as a pay-toll after Black Spy steals his picnic basket. Serves you right, Black Spy!
    • (Note: This is the 10th Spy vs. Spy segment to be in stop-motion. That's 10, count 'em, 10!)
  • (Episode 48) - White Spy puts a swing on a tree he was hiding under to fool Black Spy. Black Spy then gets smashed into a wall after White Spy moves the tree.
  • (Episode 49) - Black Spy tries to shoot White Spy while on a ski lift, but White Spy uses his skis to cut the wire, making Black Spy fall to his doom.
    • (Note: This is the 11th Spy vs. Spy segment to be in stop-motion and the second time this segment was in color.)
  • (Episode 50) - White Spy sneaks up into Black Spy's room thinking he sees Black Spy sleeping in his bed and places some dynamite into it thinking Black Spy has blown up. However, the "real" Black Spy shows up and places a detonator below White Spy to blow him up when he steps on it. Black Spy then reveals to the viewers that his bed contained decoy feet.
    • (Note: This is the second time the plotting snicker is used for the victory chuckle, plus the first time that the title card wasn't used, and the only time Black Spy won in a lineless segment and also made a cameo in Parent Trainer.)
  • (Episode 51) - Black Spy's attempt to drop a bomb on White Spy during his daily stroll backfires back to him because of a spring revealed inside of White Spy's hat.
    • (Note: This is the 12th Spy vs. Spy segment to be in stop-motion, plus the third time the regular background music wasn't used, plus the trick was also used in Episode 29 only in that episode Black Spy survived the trick and was still able to defeat White Spy, and MAD Kids used the same segment like this in the Spy vs. Spy spin-off, Spy vs. Spy Jr.)
  • (Episode 52) - White Spy sneaks into Black Spy's HQ attempting to rob his safe. White Spy manages to open the safe, but when he sees a string hidden inside of it, White Spy pulls it and another safe tied to the string falls on him. Black Spy then reveals to the viewers that he was hidden inside a painting waiting for it to happen.
    • (Note: This is the 13th Spy vs. Spy segment to be in stop-motion, plus the third time the plotting snicker was used for the victory chuckle, and the first time Black Spy wins in a season finale.)

Season 3

  • (Episode 53) - Black Spy sneaks into White Spy's safe to find out his plans, but the plans turn out to be for a bomb that turns out to be the safe itself and Black Spy is blown up. You did it again, White Spy!
    • (Note: This is the 14th Spy vs. Spy segment to be in stop-motion, also the second time that the title card wasn't used, plus the third time White Spy wins in a season premiere, and they also made a cameo in MAD News again.)
  • (Episode 54) - Black Spy is flying his helicopter and fires at White Spy, who seems to be on a desert island, but the island turns out to be another helicopter, even bigger than Black Spy's. White Spy blows up his rival with a big cannon. KA-BOOM!
    • (Note: This is the 15th Spy vs. Spy segment to be in stop-motion.)
  • (Episode 55) - Black Spy glues a bowling ball bomb to White Spy's hand, but when White Spy throws the ball and comes out from the ball release right next to Black Spy, both spies are blown up resulting in their first draw/tie. Better luck next time, spies!
    • (Note: This is the 16th Spy vs. Spy segment to be in stop-motion and the first segment where the spies had their first draw/tie.)
  • (Episode 56) - Black Spy is envious of White Spy's hit movie. Meanwhile, after the movie ends, White Spy puts his hands in cement to make a handprint. Unfortunately, he gets stuck. Suddenly, Black Spy comes around the corner with a steamroller and made White Spy flat as a pancake.
    • (Note: This is the 17th Spy vs. Spy segment to be in stop-motion, also the third time this segment was in color, plus the fourth time the regular background music wasn't used, and the first time that stop-motion goes to lineless. This happens when White Spy is flattened by the steamroller.)
  • (Episode 57) - Black Spy uses a giant gorilla to destroy White Spy's hometown and kidnap White Spy. White Spy sends in a giant robot to confront it and Black Spy surrenders. So, White Spy makes his robot offer a truce, but lucky for Black Spy, the resulting handshake between the two giants crushes White Spy.
    • (Note: This is the 18th Spy vs. Spy segment to be in stop-motion and they also made a cameo in Modern Family Circus.)
  • (Episode 58) - Black Spy tries to sneak a bomb onto the top of White Spy's snowman while he gets a carrot for it, but Black Spy discovers that the snowman itself is made of bombs and is blown up. White Spy exits the house, snacks on a carrot, and chuckles in victory.
    • (Note: This is the 19th Spy vs. Spy segment to be in stop-motion.)
  • (Episode 59) - White Spy sneaks a bomb into the ground of Black Spy's pole vault, but when Black Spy is exploded into the air, he impales White Spy with the sharp end of his pole.
    • (Note: This is the fifth time the regular background music wasn't used and the 20th Spy vs. Spy segment to be in stop-motion. Yep, count 'em, 20!)
  • (Episode 60) - White Spy's treadmill jog is interrupted when Black Spy ties a dog at the end of the back forcing White Spy to accelerate so fast that he slams into barbells when Black Spy unplugs the treadmill.
  • (Episode 61) - After White Spy and Black Spy had a night of seeing the Avengers, White Spy's attempt to smash Black Spy with his hammer is disrupted by a surge of electricity caused by Black Spy's shield hitting a power switch and White Spy is electrocuted. Shocking, isn't it?
    • (Note: This is the 22nd Spy vs. Spy segment to be in stop-motion, plus the first time a pop culture reference was used, and the fourth time this segment was in color. This happens when White Spy has a red cape.)
  • (Episode 62) - When White Spy tries to steal Black Spy's secret plans, he and Black Spy engage in a lightsaber duel. White Spy uses the force to grab Black Spy's weapon, but with the push of a button, Black Spy's weapon impales White Spy from another direction.
    • (Note: This is the 23rd Spy vs. Spy segment to be in stop-motion, also the second time a pop culture reference was used, plus the sixth time the regular background music wasn't used, and the fifth time this segment was in color. This happens when White Spy and Black Spy use their Lightsabers and when the title card glows.)
  • (Episode 63) - Black Spy alters time with the DeLorean time machine, from the Back to the Future trilogy, to turn himself into a dinosaur and eat White Spy alive after he wins a race. Scary!
    • (Note: This is the 24th Spy vs. Spy segment to be in stop-motion, the third time a pop culture reference was used, and the first time a Spy has won more than four consecutive times. Also, the seventh time the regular background music wasn't used.)
  • (Episode 64) - Black Spy breaks into White Spy's HQ to take White Spy's secret plans, but White Spy folds them into a paper airplane and tosses them out of the window, and Black Spy chases after them until a gun pokes out from beneath the airplane and shoots him. Welcome back, White Spy!
    • (Note: This is the 25th Spy vs. Spy segment to be in stop-motion and the eighth time the regular background music wasn't used.)
  • (Episode 65) - Black Spy breaks into White Spy's weapons testing facility with a giant tank. He completely destroys the building and thinks he has won. However, on the other side of the destroyed building, a cow opens up its udder to reveal a machine gun! Black Spy screams in terror and he and his tank are shot to smithereens. White Spy pops out of the cow disguise and gives the sign for victory.
    • (Note: This is the 26th Spy vs. Spy segment to be in stop-motion, plus the ninth time the regular background music wasn't used, and the third time that there were two victory chuckles in a row.)
  • (Episode 66) - Today is White Spy's birthday and he gets a birthday present from Black Spy, but considering that Black Spy is his rival, White Spy doesn't know if it's a trap or a cake. So, he uses an X-ray screen to look in the box and sees that it's, indeed, a cake. White Spy lights the candles and waves to Black Spy, who is outside his window. Suddenly, Black Spy launches a heat seeking missle (which is attracted by the candle flames) and blows up White Spy.
    • (Note: This is based off a Peter Kuper strip and this is the 27th Spy vs. Spy segment to be in stop-motion.)
  • (Episode 67) - When Black Spy trick-or-treats at White Spy's house, White Spy tries to sneak a stick of dynamite into Black Spy's bag, but Black Spy's bag contains a bear trap and the stick gets stuck to White Spy's hand, blowing him to smithereens. Happy Halloween, spies!
    • (Note: This is the 28th Spy vs. Spy segment to be in stop-motion, plus the sixth time this segment was in color, and the 10th time the regular background music wasn't used. That's 10! Count 'em 10!)
  • (Episode 68) - White Spy is in outer space, but he's not alone, because Black Spy has hitched a ride and disconnects White Spy's air line, thinking White Spy will run out of air. But instead, the ship itself runs out of air, spins out of control, and smashes into an asteroid, with Black Spy on board. White Spy connects the air supply to his suit and chuckles in victory.
    • (Note: This is the 29th Spy vs. Spy segment to be in stop-motion and the first time the regular background music echoes everywhere.)
  • (Episode 69) - White Spy shoots at Black Spy and he falls out of a window in the style of the Mad Men opening title sequence (notice that they used the MAD logo and the MAD segments from the previous and present seasons as well). White Spy continues to shoot at Black Spy thinking it will kill him, but Black Spy falls on White Spy instead and gives the victory sign. Looks like White Spy "fell" for this one!
    • (Note: This is the fourth time a pop culture reference was used, plus the seventh time this segment was in color, the 11th time the regular background music wasn't used, they also made a cameo in Total Recall Me Baby, and this is also the 30th Spy vs. Spy segment to be in stop-motion. Wow, amazing!)
  • (Episode 70) - Black Spy (as a pilgrim) guards his precious Spy Flower (spoof of the May Flower) ever so carefully. Then, White Spy (as an indian) appears and tosses an axe at Black Spy and misses. Or does it? The axe cuts a rope holding up Plymouth Rock and Black Spy is crushed by the rock. White Spy gives the victory chuckle and chows down on a turkey leg. Happy Thanksgiving, spies!
    • (Note: This is the 12th time the regular background music wasn't used and the 31st Spy vs. Spy segment to be in stop-motion.)
  • (Episode 71) - White Spy and Black Spy come back from seeing Spider-Man. Then, both spies had an idea, they invent their weapons based on the movie. Black Spy uses a spray canister to shoot a spider web at White Spy. However, White Spy counters Black Spy with a boot from his canister and crushes him with it.
    • (Note: This is the fifth time a pop culture reference is used, plus the first time White Spy wins in it, also the 13th time the regular background music wasn't used, and the 32nd Spy vs. Spy segment to be in stop-motion.)
  • (Episode 72) - White Spy takes a stick of dynamite from Black Spy's stocking and replaces it with a lump of coal and hides in his chimney. When Black Spy appears, he looks in his stocking and finds the coal in it. So, he lights a fire and throws the coal in it, causing the flames to grow bigger and bigger and it ignites the dynamite, blowing up White Spy. Merry Christmas again, spies!
    • (Note: This is the 33rd Spy vs. Spy segment to be in stop-motion, plus the 14th time the regular background music wasn't used, and the only time that there were two plotting snickers in a row.)
  • (Episode 73) - White Spy secretly watches Black Spy scanning his eyes and entering the safe door. So, he goes next and uses special Black Spy contact lens to scan them and open the safe door, but the plan backfires as a blast comes out of the scanner and White Spy is blown to shreds. Black Spy gives the victory chuckle.
    • (Note: This is the 34th Spy vs. Spy segment to be in stop-motion and the eighth time this segment was in color. This happened when the scanner was scanning Black Spy's eye.)
  • (Episode 74) - White Spy sets up a picnic for Black Spy, placing a beehive inside a cake. Black Spy has been spying on him, however, and pushes the cake full of bees aside. As Black Spy steps on the blanket, it gives way underneath him, for a pit was dug underneath it. White Spy then comes along and pushes the cake full of bees into the pit. The angry bees attack Black Spy and White Spy chuckles in victory.
    • (Note: This is the 35th Spy vs. Spy segment to be in stop-motion and the 15th time the regular background music wasn't used, plus the ninth time this segment was in color and the first time that there was realism in stop-motion.)
  • (Episode 75) - White Spy's attempt to steal Black Spy's top secret plans from out of his mailbox literally gets "out of hand" when the mailbox handle chops White Spy's arm off, causing him to faint. Black Spy pops out from the sewer hole afterwards and chuckles in victory.
    • (Note: This is the 16th time the regular background music wasn't used and the 36th Spy vs. Spy segment to be in stop-motion.)
  • (Episode 76) - White Spy delivers a bomb to Black Spy's HQ via elevator, but unknown to White Spy, Black Spy modifies the buttons so that White Spy cannot go down and White Spy is stuck on the same floor with his own weapon and is blown to bits. Black Spy then parachutes down to safety from the floor and gives the victory sign. Surprise, surprise!
    • (Note: This is the 37th Spy vs. Spy segment to be in stop-motion, and the 10th time this segment was in color. This happened to the title card and the elevator. And also, this is the 17th time the regular background music wasn't used.)
  • (Episode 77) - Black Spy's plan to claim the moon literally blows up right in his face when White Spy uses his rocket disguised as a missile to blow up Black Spy (and the part of the moon he is standing on). The moon then becomes a crescent moon that White Spy gives the victory chuckle on.
    • (Note: This is the second time the regular background music echoes everywhere and the 38th Spy vs. Spy segment to be in stop-motion.)
  • (Episode 78) - Black Spy (as James Bond) shoots the iris. The iris turns out to be binoculars that White Spy was looking through thinking that he could see his future and he faints. Black Spy takes the money from White Spy and gives the victory sign.
    • (Note: This is the sixth time a pop culture reference was used, also the 39th Spy vs. Spy segment to be in stop-motion, plus the 18th time the regular background music wasn't used, and the second time Black Spy wins in a season finale.)

Season 4

  • (Episode 79) - Black Spy and White Spy duke it out in mixed martial arts. Black Spy tries to tackle White Spy, but believe it or not, he ends up being decapitated in the razor wire White Spy installed on the ring leaving White Spy the victory. Well played, White Spy! Well played!
    • (Note: This is the fourth time White Spy wins in a season premiere, they also made a cameo with Alfred E. Neuman in the MADvent Calendar, plus Black Spy made a cameo in Rejected Merry Go Round Characters, and this is based off a Peter Kuper strip, even though White Spy is the one being sliced and losing in that version, and the 40th Spy vs. Spy segment to be in stop-motion. YAY!)
  • (Episode 80) - Black Spy chases White Spy throughout the arctic shooting at him, but White Spy takes refuge in an igloo. The igloo is then revealed to be a cannon and Black Spy is blown to smithereens. White Spy then pops out of the igloo and claims his victory.
    • (Note: This is the 41st Spy vs. Spy segment to be in stop-motion and the 19th time the regular background music wasn't used.)
  • (Episode 81) - White Spy (as the Easter Bunny) leaves a series of eggs around. Later, Black Spy checks to see if any of them are bombs. None of them are, but the last one belongs to a giant chicken and, lucky for White Spy, the chicken attacks Black Spy. Happy Easter, spies!
    • (Note: This is the 11th time this segment was in color, plus the 42nd Spy vs. Spy segment to be in stop-motion, and the 20th time the regular background music wasn't used. Yep, count 'em 20!)
  • (Episode 82) - Black Spy tries to destroy White Spy. White Spy runs to his house and Black Spy chases back and reaches the fireplace of White Spy's house, and Black Spy tries to throw a torpedo. Black Spy is blown to bits, which reveals that White Spy's house is a giant cannon, and White Spy claims his victory.
    • (Note: This is the 43rd Spy vs. Spy segment to be in stop-motion.)
  • (Episode 83) - White Spy breaks into Black Spy's HQ, but he sees Black Spy coming. So, White Spy grabs a weapon and hides behind the wall, but the plan backfired as White Spy ends up getting smack by the wall by Black Spy, and Black Spy claims his victory. Good job, Black Spy!
    • (Note: This is the 21st time the regular background music wasn't used and the 44th Spy vs. Spy segment to be in stop-motion and they also made a cameo in Snoozeum.)
  • (Episode 84) - White Spy receives an iPhone in the mail and gets a text message. So, he reads the message which says "BOOM". White Spy didn't know what that meant until a blast comes and White Spy is blown up. Another message comes which reveals that Black Spy was the one who gave White Spy the iPhone.
    • (Note: This is the only time a Spy wasn't in a Spy vs. Spy segment, even though he won, and the 45th Spy vs. Spy segment to be in stop-motion.)
  • (Episode 85) - Black Spy sneaks into White Spy's HQ and only manages to steal half of White Spy's plans when White Spy rips them in half with his window. Black Spy uses the other half to create a robot to attack White Spy when he sneaks in. When White Spy came in, Black Spy shows off his robot and White Spy was scared to death. However, the robot turns out to be a shredder and Black Spy is shredded to smithereens. White Spy chuckles in victory and shows the viewers the other half of the plans.
    • (Note: This is the 46th Spy vs. Spy segment to be in stop-motion.)
  • (Episode 86) - White Spy enters the bathroom of Black Spy's HQ and he sees Black Spy's feet dangling from underneath a stall. So, White Spy enters an ajacent stall attempting to shoot Black Spy, but the plan backfired as White Spy is drowned and flushed down the stall. Black Spy gives the victory sign from beneath his stall.
    • (Note: This is the 22nd time the regular background music wasn't used, plus the 47th Spy vs. Spy segment to be in stop-motion, and we only see Black Spy's dangling feet and hand, though he still won. And also the second time there was realism in stop-motion. This happens when White Spy got drowned.)
  • (Episode 87) - White Spy tries to trampoline his way up to Black Spy's secret fortress, ignoring the sign. Too bad the trampoline that Black Spy activates pokes out spikes, leaving White Spy impaled upon landing. You did it again, Black Spy!
    • (Note: This is the 23rd time the regular background music wasn't used and the 48th Spy vs. Spy segment to be in stop-motion.)
  • (Episode 88) - White Spy sneaks into Black Spy's HQ while he is sleeping and steals parts to a machine, but when White Spy assembles the machine, it beats him up. The machine is then revealed to be a punching machine that gives the double victory sign for Black Spy.
    • (Note: This is the 24th time the regular background music wasn't used and the 49th Spy vs. Spy segment to be in stop-motion.)
  • (Episode 89) - Black Spy sneaks mini bombs into White Spy's corn so that when White Spy feeds them to his chickens and then gets the egg back from his chickens to cook it, White Spy blows up.
    • (Note: This is the 25th time the regular background music wasn't used and the 50th Spy vs. Spy segment to be in stop-motion. A NEW WORLD RECORD!!)
  • (Episode 90) - Black Spy paints holes on White Spy's bomb attached to his plane. Then, Black Spy spreads gun power below White Spy's bomb to fool him into thinking it wasn't working, but when White Spy throws the bomb, he (and his base) blow up when it lands.
    • (Note: This is the 26th time the regular background music wasn't used, plus the 51st Spy vs. Spy segment to be in stop-motion, and the second time a Spy has won more than four consecutive times.).
  • (Episode 91) - Black Spy is able to successfully shoot a cannonball through a target. White Spy tries to one up him, but the cannonball ricochets off of the bouncy target and into White Spy's gut, leaving Black Spy the victory.
    • (Note: This is the 27th time the regular background music wasn't used, plus the 52nd Spy vs. Spy segment to be in stop-motion, and for the first time ever, a Spy has won more than five consecutive times.)
  • (Episode 92) - White Spy tries to replace Black Spy's handbag with a handbag containing a bomb, but when White Spy picks up Black Spy's handbag, he discovers it has been glued to the pavement and White Spy blows up.
    • (Note: This was originally used on MADtv, plus this is the 28th time the regular background music wasn't used, also the 53rd Spy vs. Spy segment to be in stop-motion, and for the first time ever, a Spy has won more than six consecutive times.)
  • (Episode 93) - White Spy sneaks into Black Spy's HQ and robs him of his anti-gravity belt, but Black Spy removes the down button so White Spy cannot go downward. White Spy was then hit by a meteor and the stars in the sky form Black Spy giving the victory sign (along with a variation of "Also sprach Zarathustra").
    • (Note: This is the 29th time the regular background music wasn't used, plus the 54th Spy vs. Spy segment to be in stop-motion, and for the first time ever, a Spy has won more than seven consecutive times.)
  • (Episode 94) - Black Spy tries to sneak a grenade into White Spy's eggs by disguising it as an egg and hides into White Spy's oven, but White Spy breaks the grenade, shoves the "yoke" into the oven and blows up Black Spy to charcoal. Welcome back, White Spy!
    • (Note: This is the 55th Spy vs. Spy segment to be in stop-motion, plus the first time since Episode 85 that White Spy won, and the 30th time the regular background music wasn't used. Wow, amazing!)
  • (Episode 95) - White Spy is testing his new rocket. Black Spy sees this, however, and ties White Spy to the rocket. It works and White Spy is rocketed into the air with the stars forming his likeness. Think Black Spy got his victory? Think again! The sparks rain down on Black Spy, literally burning him up, and White Spy gives the victory sign while parachuting in the sky. Salutations, spies!
    • (Note: This is the 56th Spy vs. Spy segment to be in stop-motion, plus the first time since Episode 85 that the regular background music had played all of the way through the segment, and the 12th time this segment was in color.)
  • (Episode 96) - White Spy side-steps along a brick wall at Black Spy's HQ, and he sees Black Spy inflating a balloon with a helium air pump, and we see that the balloon is a black blimp balloon that says "Black Spy Rules!" White Spy tries to prove him wrong and uses a tranquilizer to pop the balloon, which reveals three bombs coming down on White Spy, blowing him to smithereens, and Black Spy claims his victory.
    • (Note: This is the 57th Spy vs. Spy segment to be in stop-motion and the 31st time the regular background music wasn't used.)
  • (Episode 97) - White Spy sneaks into Black Spy's house, steals his detonator, and tries to blow up Black Spy, but the detonator does not work. This is because Black Spy has a button on the "dynamite" that contains the real detonator which he pushes causing the real dynamite concealed inside of the "detonator" to blow White Spy to smithereens.
    • (Note: This is the 58th Spy vs. Spy segment to be in stop-motion, plus the 32nd time the regular background music wasn't used, and this is based off a Peter Kuper strip.)
  • (Episode 98) - White Spy is waiting for the elevator to get Black Spy. White Spy waits for a long time until the elevator finally arrives and crushes White Spy, and Black Spy claims his victory.
    • (Note: This is the 59th Spy vs. Spy segment to be in stop-motion and the 33rd time the regular background music wasn't used.)
  • (Episode 99) - White Spy carves a pumpkin in a pumpkin carving contest. Black Spy joins in and carves a perfect jack-o-lantern. White Spy then reveals that he has been carving a gun into his pumpkin all along and he shoots Black Spy with it. Congratulations, White Spy! You just won your first Halloween special!
    • (Note: This is the 34th time the regular background music wasn't used, plus the 13th time this segment was in color, and the 60th Spy vs. Spy segment to be in stop-motion. ALRIGHT!!!)
  • (Episode 100) - Once again, White Spy and Black Spy engage in another lightsaber fight. Black Spy uses the force to corner White Spy and chop off his fist, but White Spy uses the force to control his severed fist and use it to beat up Black Spy. Well done, White Spy!
    • (Note: This is the 61st Spy vs. Spy segment to be in stop-motion, also the 35th time the regular background music wasn't used, plus the seventh and final time a pop culture reference is used. This is also the second time a sequel was used outside of a previous season, and the 14th time this segment was in color. Besides that, they also made a cameo in the whole 100th episode special, where they steal the special episode and get their second draw/tie.)
  • (Episode 101) - White Spy sees Black Spy through his telescope, where he is hammering something in the attic of his house. So, White Spy goes into Black Spy's house, and tries to open the door to the attic, but he realizes that the door to the attic is locked. White Spy sees a pair of dumbbells and a 500 lb. weight. So he thinks about him lifting dumbbells in his hands, and then he thinks about ripping the door to the attic off the hinges. White Spy then tries to lift the 500 lb. weight, when suddenly, the weight hits the ceiling along with White Spy so hard, knocking him out. It's because Black Spy uses a magnet attached to the car battery with wires, and Black Spy claims his victory.
    • (Note: This is the 62nd Spy vs. Spy segment to be in stop-motion and the 36th time the regular background music wasn't used.)
  • (Episode 102) - White Spy (as an indian) sneaks a dynamite stick into a loom basket and ignites it, but Black Spy (as a pilgrim) aims it towards White Spy so that he gets caught in the blast instead, and Black Spy claims his victory. Congratulations, Black Spy! You just won your first Thanksgiving special!
    • (Note: This is the 63rd Spy vs. Spy segment to be in stop-motion, plus the third time a sequel was used outside of a previous season, and they also made a cameo in Agents of S.M.U.R.F.)
  • (Episode 103) - We see Black Spy jumping over a brick wall, and he sees a big top secret telescope. He looks into the telescope and sees White Spy flying up and holding a sign that says, "Did you know you're looking through the barrel of a gun?" He throws away the sign and gets out a remote control and pushes the button on it, causing the telescope to turn into a giant gun. Black Spy screams in terror and gets fatally shot to smithereens, and White Spy claims his victory. Farewell, Black Spy and White Spy. We'll never forget you two.
    • (Note: This is the 64th and final Spy vs. Spy segment to be in stop-motion, also the second time White Spy wins in a season finale, plus the 37th time the regular background music wasn't used, and they also made a cameo in Alfred's Game.)

Trivia

  • The spy wins are: White Spy - 50, Black Spy - 52, Grey Spy - 1 (see Spy vs. Spy Kids), two draws/ties
  • There is a Spy vs. Spy video game for Xbox, PlayStation 2 (or "PS2" for short), iPad, iPhone, NES, etc.
  • There are five kinds of Spy vs. Spy's: Classic cartoon, stop-motion cartoon, lineless improved cartoon, Mike Wartella cartoon, and Don Martin cartoon.
  • The spies made a brief cameo appearance in Family Guy Season 8, Episode 3 (129): "Spies Reminiscent of Us", where they apparently become friends.
  • The spies appeared in Robot Chicken, where Black Spy shoots White Spy while he is working on a punch-surprise vending machine.
  • They first appeared in MAD #60, and have appeared in every comic since 1961.
  • In 1962, another spy known as Grey Spy appeared in the Spy vs. Spy series, as Spy vs. Spy vs. Spy, in MAD #73.
  • In 2004, the spies appeared in four Mountain Dew commercials.
  • The spies made a cameo in Kung Fu Blander, where they destroy Lord Shen and his MAD-made Angry Bird army with bombs, then destroy each other with dynamite arms.
  • In 1986, Milton Bradley released a "Spy vs. Spy" board game involving digging tunnels and retrieving bombs.
  • There are 9 of the Spy vs. Spy segments that were originally from MADtv on FOX.
  • The fourth Spy Kids film, Spy Kids: All the Time in the World, got spoofed along with Spy vs. Spy as Spy vs. Spy Kids.

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