DOK 117: Treetop Team / A Whale Of A Tale
One day, Fico decides to turn a big tarpaulin into a Team Doki-sized hammock. The only problem is… where can they hang it up? They’d need the biggest trees in the world! So they fly off to REDWOOD NATIONAL PARK, CALIFORNIA, USA. But are the biggest trees in the world, big enough for Fico’s giant hammock? As they explore the forest from bottom to top, they discover that the Giant Redwoods are well named. And when Mundi sees ‘smoke’, they embark on a Giant Redwood rescue mission! Team Doki has volunteered to help with a concert for the GREAT BARRIER REEF, on the AUSTRALIAN COAST. When they arrive, their host Taree plays the didgeridoo piece he’s written for the event, inspired by ‘whale song’! But Fico is sceptical. Do whales really sing? Taree says they do – and he can prove it! He takes Doki’s gang out in a boat, to see the coral reef and learn how important it is to sea life. And when they discover a baby whale in trouble, it’s Fico and Taree who lead it to safety, with their ‘whale music.’
DOK 118: Team Tenderfoot / Doki’s Egg Experiment
Gabi and Doki love playing ‘Wild West’ and figure they’d be first rate cowboys. But when Oto says he doesn’t think there are any cowboys anymore, they wonder – do cowboys still exist? On a tip from the Team Tab, they fly off to COLORADO, USA, where a real ‘cowgirl’ named Jackie gives them a chance to spend the day working as real ranch hands! But the work is hard, and Doki and Gabi struggle to live up to their own expectations. It’s only after they use teamwork to stop a runaway chuckwagon that they realize what makes a ‘real’ cowboy. One hot day, Gabi jokes that it’s ‘hot enough to fry an egg on the sidewalk’, and Doki’s ears prick up. Could we really fry an egg on the sidewalk? Curious, they try it - and fail. But Doki thinks it might work, if they were in the place on earth that’s closest to the hot sun. So they fly off to CHIMBORAZO, EQUADOR! There, a local hat vendor takes them up the Chimborazo, (a dormant volcano) to try the egg-speriment. They’re surprised to discover that the closest place on eart
An anonymous tip leads Don and David to the basement of a hotel in Los Angeles' garment district where they uncover a bloody scene and a traumatized young girl from India. Sensing the girl's connection with Amita, Megan recruits her to help get information out of the girl who is too terrified to speak. When the agents learn that she was selling one of her kidneys on the black market and witnessed one girl's death, the agents must act quickly to find her missing sister and a fourth girl involved in the trafficking ring before it is too late.
215: The Running Man
When a highly valuable piece of equipment is stolen from the Cal Sci science lab, the suspect is the school's track star, and "the next Charlie Eppes," who works closely with Charlie and Larry. Although, quickly defended by them, further investigation by Don and his team reveals that the student is not who he says he is and may be involved in an elaborate scheme involving stealing equipment Larry has been using for research containing data worth millions.
1806: Political Animal
1807: Quit Claim
1814: Burn Card
The death of an avid gambler puts Detective Ed Green's (Jesse L. Martin) badge in jeopardy forcing him to reveal his troubled past. Internal Affairs Detective Kevin Bernard (Anthony Anderson) is assigned to the case. This is the first appearance for new cast member Anthony Anderson and departing cast member Jesse L. Martin.
105: Who's George
It's a race with the clock as the team must save hostages from a ruthless bank robber, only to discover that he is not whom he appears, and that he will stop at nothing to get what he wants (enough money from the bank that sacked him to get his wife the care she needs) even if it means forcing the team to kill him.
106: Attention Shoppers
A shopping mall is under fire when a gang of girls bully a young girl in the ladies room. They have guns, and all hell breaks loose. Our desperate young girl gets away after shooting one of the gang girls in self-defense. Jules, is able to talk the girl off the ledge - literally. In the end they save her life, and are able to arrest the gang girls.