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Episodes 2

October 10, 1966

While top Central Intelligence Service (CIS) operative Honeywell, incognito as an ice cream vendor, witnesses and reports back to his chief via a popsicle-microphone, The Monkees debunk from their Monkeemobile and head for a nearby music store, because Davy wants a new set of maracas. Little do they suspect that the music store is a front for enemy spies, where enemy agent Madame Olinsky tapes microfilm into a pair of red maracas, but Boris, her sidekick, gets her instructions crossed and sells the maracas to Davy. The Madame and Boris, in disguise, catch up with The Monkees at a discotheque where they are playing ""The Kind of Girl I Could Love."" They demand for the film at gunpoint, but Mike introduces them as Honey and The Bear, famous folksingers. As they sing protest songs, which are booed by the audience, the Cool Quartet make their escape. Having seen a documented film report on all four boys, the CIS chief and Honeywell enlist the boys to help trap the enemy spies. Mike disappro

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January 22, 1968

Loreli lures Davy to the castle of her uncle, The Count Dracula from Transylvania, where Wolfman, The Mummy, and Frankenstein's Monster await fresh blood. The Drac promises Wolfman someone else and tries to teach Davy how to drink blood and fly like a bat. Back at The Monkees' pad, Micky and Peter begin to worry. Davy decides to call the folks at the castle, but when he hears Dracula's laughter, he declares that once again Courageous American Youth leaps into the fore...""or five!"" Arriving at the castle, the three plan Davy's rescue, as Drac and Loreli take notes. Davy, chained in the basement, turns Wolfman against Dracula for not giving him second billing in the pictures they made together. When Wolfman leaps at Loreli, she promises him a better percentage of the profits, cookouts on weekends, and the right to play his own music. Then, up above in the library, she uses the necklace on Peter. Wolfman pounces, but Dracula distracts him with a link of hot dogs and drags Peter to the lab

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