The Best Episodes of Jake 2.0

Prince and the Revolution

#1 - Prince and the Revolution 8.33

Season 1 - Episode 11

Jake goes back to college on a mission to protect an African prince from assassins hired by a rebel general; Kyle and Lou offer Jake a chance to walk away from government control by faking his death.

Directors: Jorge Montesi
Whiskey - Tango - Foxtrot

#2 - Whiskey - Tango - Foxtrot 8.27

Season 1 - Episode 9

When a miniature nuclear bomb goes missing from a military base, the NSA suspects that the theft is an inside job, engineered by a member of the Wolf Pack, an elite U.S. Special Ops unit, so they send in Jake undercover as a new member of the team to ferret out the traitor.

Directors: Allan Kroeker
Upgrade

#3 - Upgrade 8.25

Season 1 - Episode 16

Jake is assigned to protect Dr. Nanda Sang--a Nobel prize winning activist and diplomat--from the Junshi clan of assassins. However, for a man of peace, the Ghandi of East Asia isn't quite what they're expecting. Particularly Diane, who sees him as a hero. Meanwhile, Warner pays DuMont a visit.

Directors: Steve Miner
Get Foley

#4 - Get Foley 8.11

Season 1 - Episode 14

Jake's nanites go on the fritz, leaving an amnesiac Jake working in a dive bar outside Philly as a fighter in a back-room blood sport. The NSA believes Jake has gone rogue, and issues a shoot-to-kill order. So Diane takes it upon herself to try and help him. But as Jake and Diane grow closer, Jake's boss Caeser lines up a bank job, and the NSA are closing in.

Directors: Adam Davidson
Middleman

#5 - Middleman 8.00

Season 1 - Episode 8

After the NSA intercepts a phone call, they assume Jake is the target of a dangerous Polish mercenary who has just arrived in D.C. and wants to steal a nanite project. It turns out that Jake is not the target someone else on the team is.

Directors: Michael Grossman
The Spy Who Really Liked Me

#6 - The Spy Who Really Liked Me 8.00

Season 1 - Episode 10

Jake goes on trial before an NSA emergency board of inquiry after he disobeys a direct order to kill a sexy, female spy accused of stealing a biological weapon, but if Jake is found guilty, the Special Ops project -- and Jake -- will be shut down for good.

Directors: David Straiton
Last Man Standing

#7 - Last Man Standing 7.92

Season 1 - Episode 6

After being told not to go, Jake attends his best friend's wedding. He should have listened to the NSA, because Jake didn't go alone. An assassin follows him at the wedding, and creates a dangerous situation for himself and his friends.

Directors: David Barrett
Jerry 2.0

#8 - Jerry 2.0 7.82

Season 1 - Episode 7

Thwarting a potentially disastrous terrorist attack, Jake captures the teenage son of a dangerous anti government militia leader, who retaliates by sending his men to kidnap Jake, but in a mix-up, they instead capture Jake's immature, younger brother Jerry, who is visiting.

Directors: Leslie Libman
Arms and the Girl

#9 - Arms and the Girl 7.76

Season 1 - Episode 4

The NSA assigns Jake to a routine surveillance gig of an arms dealer's gorgeous daughter, Theresa. As soon as sparks fly, Jake is ordered to exploit her feelings so that the NSA can locate her father.

Directors: David Barrett
The Good, The Bad, and The Geeky

#10 - The Good, The Bad, and The Geeky 7.71

Season 1 - Episode 5

After capturing a ruthless, wealthy computer terrorist code-name DuMont, Jake convinces the NSA he's the perfect geek for the job of heading overseas to impersonate DuMont and infiltrate his international gang of cyber-terrorists.

Directors: David Barrett
Dead Man Talking

#11 - Dead Man Talking 7.70

Season 1 - Episode 15

An agent whom Lou believes to have died years ago--a man with whom she has a past, and who she was forced to leave behind on a mission--is found alive and a rescue op is mounted. Meanwhile, Jake is thinking a lot about what happened between him and Diane, and the nanite project may potentially have a new member.

Directors: Leslie Libman
The Tech

#12 - The Tech 7.63

Season 1 - Episode 1

During a shootout in a secret government lab, National Security Agency computer technician Jake Foley is caught in the crossfire and is accidentally injected with nanites, which give him superhuman powers. First up, Jake's long-time crush, Sarah Heywood is kidnapped by IRA kidnappers who want the nanites that are in Jake. He must use his new abilities to save her before it's too late.

Directors: Robert Lieberman
Double Agent

#13 - Double Agent 7.44

Season 1 - Episode 12

When a dangerous former KGB spy, Elena Dankova, evades capture by Jake and can't be found, the NSA brings legendary operative Richard ""Dick"" Foxx out of retirement and pairs him with Jake to track down this Cold War fanatic before she detonates a ""dirty"" bomb in Washington, D.C.

Directors: David Barrett
Blackout

#14 - Blackout 7.43

Season 1 - Episode 13

The NSA is hit with a computer virus--and Jake has to team up with the guy he hates most in the world: DuMont. However, DuMont has some plans of his own. Meanwhile, on Lou's orders, Jake is seeing an NSA shrink, who tells Lou that Jake is mourning the ""normal"" life he can now never have, thanks to the nanites.

Directors: Milan Cheylov
Training Day

#15 - Training Day 7.27

Season 1 - Episode 2

Agent-in-training Jake Foley is put to the test when a madman threatens the capital with an electromagnetic bomb. After the madman scatters the NSA agents all over Washington, it's up to Jake to stop him and the bomb.

Directors: David Greenwalt
Cater Waiter

#16 - Cater Waiter 7.13

Season 1 - Episode 3

When a top-secret, next-generation tank's schematics are stolen, super-powered NSA agent-in-training Jake Foley is sent undercover to an Embassy party--as a cater waiter--to support agent Kyle Duarte's mission to recover the stolen documents. When Kyle is betrayed by former lover and double-agent Mai Ling Wong, Jake becomes Kyle's only hope of getting out alive. Meanwhile, as if protecting a fellow agent and clearing away champagne glasses wasn't enough, Jake stumbles into his long-time crush Sarah, and must now protect both his unglamorous cover and shaky image.

Directors: Harry Winer, David Greenwalt