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V.I.P.: Why Too Kay?

A concerned parent asks V.I.P. to track down his missing son Jason, a computer prodigy. However, the team soon discovers that the parent is an impostor working for the Millennium Militia, and plan to use Jason's special talents to set off a millennial apocalypse of their own.

Episode Info  

Episode number: 2x10
Production Number: 208
Airdate: Saturday November 27th, 1999



 
Guest Stars
Javier GrajedaJavier Grajeda
As Detective Grispy
Recurring
Javier GrajedaJavier Grajeda
As Detective Grispy
Recurring
Hugh M. HefnerHugh M. Hefner
As Himself
Hugh M. HefnerHugh M. Hefner
As Himself
Shannon WhirryShannon Whirry
As Katherine Johnson
Michelle ClunieMichelle Clunie
As Mary Tepsin

Co-Guest Stars
Michael PhenicieMichael Phenicie
As Marcus Fisher
Michael PhenicieMichael Phenicie
As Marcus Fisher
Ed QuinnEd Quinn
As Jeff (Credited as A. Edward Quinn)
Mary OstrowMary Ostrow
As Mrs. Roberts
Mary OstrowMary Ostrow
As Mrs. Roberts
Jessica GrecoJessica Greco
As Little Kay
Jessica GrecoJessica Greco
As Little Kay
Robert Williams (2)Robert Williams (2)
As Enrique Bravo
Robert Williams (2)Robert Williams (2)
As Enrique Bravo

Uncredited
Main Cast
Pamela AndersonPamela Anderson
As Vallery "Val" Irons
Molly CulverMolly Culver
As Tasha Dexter
Molly CulverMolly Culver
As Tasha Dexter
Leah LailLeah Lail
As Kay Simmons
Episode Notes
This episode is sort of a mix between the episode "True Believers" from Snoops, and the episode "Millennium" from The X-Files. Both episodes aired on November 28th, 1999.

In the episode of Snoops Glenn Hall Inc. kidnaps a girl from a cult at the insistence of her father, only he isn't her father but an actor posing as her father.

In the episode of The X-Files the Millennium group wants to destroy the world to bring forth the Four Horsemen of the Apocalypse.

Ross Malinger, the actor who played Jason, is uncredited because his parents didn't want his name to be associated with the show. You may recognize him as Tom Hanks' son in "Sleepless In Seattle".



Cultural References
The episode title "Why Too Kay?" is a reference to the term Y2K.



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