It also had two TV movies, Operation: Z.E.R.O. 1. The show revolves around a group of five 10-year old kids, using codenames Numbers 1 through 5, who are the main home operatives of what is known as Sector V, which is part of a worldwide espionage-style organization called the Kids Next Door.

Following a period of training, every member of the Kids Next Door chooses a number or alphanumeric code (deliberately pronounced and spelled as "Numbuh") and is sent to a "sector" that acts as their home base. Numbuh 5: Chill out, man. [Later, at the Arctic Prison, Numbuh 5 closes the door to Heinrich's cell] Very funny, Abigail Lincoln! Their mission is to fight crimes against kids (such as homework and flossing), many of which are willingly committed by "evil" adults, senior citizens, teenagers, and other children. aired in 2006, and the series finale Operation: I.N.T.E.R.V.I.E.W.S., aired in 2008. Numbuh 5: Nuh-uh, I’m not gonna wake him, you wake him! [Numbuh 5 and Cree are fighting] Cree Lincoln: Give it up, sis! Ah, just a couple of candy hunters after the ultimate prize, and I see you're doing it again. The series centers on the adventures of five children who operate from a high-tech tree house, fighting against adult and teen villains with advanced 2×4 technology. You know I was the best fighter in the Kids Next Door!

[Numbuh 5 flips Cree onto her back] Abigail Lincoln Numbuh 5: You *were* the best. The show frequently contains references to many films and other television series, especially in the later seasons, such as There are six seasons, each with 13 episodes (two half-length episodes counting as one), adding up to 78 episodes altogether. The series came about as the result of a viewer's poll by Cartoon Network. [Gramma Stuffum crashes through the wall] THAT could happen! ", the one with the football helmet (Lenny) briefly separates from the others, and is individually voiced by Dee Bradley Baker. Count Spankula: I arrive, like a shadow in the night, the hunter who preys upon wrong-doers. Using their codenames (Numbuhs 1, 2, 3, 4, and 5), they are Sector V, part of a global organization called the Kids Next Door.

Maurice (current Teens operative for the KND) was introduced in Operation: M… However, as the series progressed, the kind of objects their technology was constructed from became bigger, consisting of things such as large vehicles and small buildings. It ran from 2002 to 2008, with six seasons and 78 episodes.

Heinrich Von Marzipan: Zis time, it is different, zis time it's to get back, vhat I lost.

Codename: Kids Next Door (commonly abbreviated to Kids Next Door, or KND for short) is an American animated television series created by Tom Warburton for Cartoon Network, and the 13th of the network's Cartoon Cartoons. Some KND operatives also wear helmets, with some similar to The episodes are titularly presented as the missions of the members of Sector V in the Kids Next Door, denoted as Stories in the earlier episodes were often about typical childhood problems, but magnified and exaggerated. Numbuh 5: Hey Heiny, Hard to believe it's five years since the last time we were here in Guatemala. He's just talkin' to a super cute...Oh, heh...Wait a minute...You're not JEALOUS, are ya?" Codename: Kids Next Door is an American animated television series created by Tom Warburton for Cartoon Network, and the 13th of the network's Cartoon Cartoons. ),In 2005, the series won the Best Television Series for Children Award at the The following year, "Operation: L.I.C.O.R.I.C.E." The series centers on the adventures of five children who operate from a high-tech tree house, fighting against adult villains with advanced 2×4 technology. "So what? Besides, you can thank me once we get back. Haven't you learn you lesson? Not only that, but the complexity of their technology, such as their defensive weaponry and means of transportation, advanced to such absurd levels as to be considered science fiction, despite all of it still being constructed from nothing but said an assortment of objects. My victims beg for mercy and offer to make deals.

I deliver my punishments swiftly, and without regrets. Abigail Lincoln Numbuh 5: That's right. 1. Numbuh 5: What's the worse that could happen? Numbuh 1 is the bald, astute, no-nonsense, super-skilled The practice of strict decommissioning at age 13 was later on revealed to be subject to exceptions: kids who have proved to be exceptional agents are offered the chance to carry on in KND as spies infiltrating the teen organization.KND agents utilize a vast array of mechanical, electronic gadgets, weapons, and machinery, collectively referred to as 2x4 (two-by-four) technology. The final season revolved around a mysterious splinter cell within the KND itself observing Numbuh One for an unknown assignment, which was concluded in the series finale Operation: I.N.T.E.R.V.I.E.W.S. You see, I found out how.

"Don't worry...It's just a stupid BABY CRUSH!" I'll get out, und I'll finally have mein revenge on you, Abigail!

- Numbuh 4, Numbuh 5, and Cree in Operation: M.A.U.R.I.C.E. Numbuh 5 was just kidding. [She thinks about the candy possibilities, but then she remembers her friends][Moments later, Numbuh 5 is standing on the edge of the plank][Count Spankulot had just entered a house and spanked whom he thought were Mr. Fibb and Mr. Wink for attempting to destroy children's playgrounds everywhere, but he was mistaken; it's a judge and his wife][Numbuh 4, disguised as a girl, nearly chokes on his soda and coughs it out][her answer is disrupted by Numbuh 86's scream from the kitchen][the kids are in an underground cavern that's flooding with milk][Numbah 3 hits him with her weapon as the screen goes black][Numbuh 1 and Tommy are riding Tommy's rocket to the moon][Numbah 3 has a tea party with the missiles all dressed up]

"Are you CRAZY?!" As the series progressed, a more complex and continuous storyline developed. won the Festival's Collideascope Award for Television Animation for Children.Two DVDs in two volumes were released of the series, totaling sixteen episodes by Stories featuring the Kids Next Door have been featured in the comic series In "Operation U.N.D.E.R.C.O.V.E.R. There have been two TV movies, the first taking place between the second and third episodes of season 6 (Operation: Z.E.R.O. Heinrich Von Marzipan: Uh, back where?