Starstruck is episode 1 of Season 2.
When the famous TV star Tad Bailey goes missing, the spies plead with Jerry to let them investigate. A insane woman named Lenore Von Schram mistakes the TV show for reality and plans on murdering Sinestro, the villain on the show, and Clover, who played Sinestro's daughter, Gwendolyn, as a disguise. Moreover, Lenore intends to marry the TV show hero.
In the B-story, Clover endeavors to become a media star.
- Genetic Scanner Hairbrush
- Highly Experimental Prototype Car for Technology Testing
- Scram Jet
- Jet aircraft
- Jetpack Backpack
- Tornado In A Can Of Hairspray
- References to the spy genre.
- ”Computer Creep Much?” -- 1 of the posters in the cyber cafe says “Spy Raider”, a reference to “Lara Croft: Tomb Raider”.
- ”Evil Promotion Much?” -- Appearance of Lara Croft as the holographic trainer.
- Geraldine Husk’s clothing and behaviour resembles the villains seen in 1960’s spy films.
- Ian Flemish -- His name is a reference to Ian Fleming. The creator of James Bond.
- ”Pageant Problems” -- The laser security system resembles the laser fight seen in “Die Another Day”.
- ”Starstruck” -- The soap opera ”Days of Our Spies” is a reference to the soap opera ”Days of our Lives”.
- ”The Elevator” -- 1 of the film posters is for “009”, a reference to James Bond’s Double 00 number.
- ”The Eraser” -- The underwater base is similiar to the base seen in “The Spy Who Loved Me”.
- ”Totally Dunzo” -- The bikini Lewis wears in the flashback is a reference to Halle Berry’s bikini in the James Bond movie “Die Another Day”.
- At the end of the episode.
- Clover is written off the show.
- Tad is bald.
- Wilhelm has quit.
- Tad's illegal doughnut and required diet are a reference to the contracts required by media owners.
- Mandy and the girls find out that actor Tad Bailey goes missing through Mandy's issue of "Entertainment Hourly". This is a reference to the real-life magazine "Entertainment Weekly".