Vicious claims leadership of the Red Dragon Syndicate.
26. The Real Folk Blues (Part 2) - Vicious claims leadership of the Red Dragon Syndicate.
Spike and Jet pursue an outlaw who is smuggling a reflex-enhancing drug.
Spike and Jet go after Abdul Hakim, who has stolen a "data dog" from a research facility, for an 8 Million Woolong reward. It turns out they are not the only ones after him.
Spike and Jet first meet Faye Valentine at a casino, who is involved in a scam with a mob boss in an attempt to relieve her massive debt.
Spike and Jet take on Maria Murdock, the leader an extreme animal rights activist group called the Space Warriors.
While searching for Mao Yenrai, an executive of the Red Dragon Syndicate, Spike ends up confronting Vicious, his old enemy.
Spike and Jet chase a dangerous enemy who, despite having the appearance of a little boy, is altered genetically due to a meteor shower on earth.
Spike, Faye and Jet are all after Decker, a bounty head in possession of high explosives.
After collecting a bounty, Spike gains a fan in Roco Bonnaro. Roco, a small-time gang member, stole a rare and valuable plant from his own gang.
Something is carving giant pictures on Earth's surface and the Earth police put out a bounty, drawing in Spike and Jet.
Jet confronts his past on Ganymede where a woman he loved, Alisa, had left him without saying goodbye. Spike learns of a new bounty that has a connection to Alisa.
A mysterious something is sneaking around the Bebop and biting the crew, leaving nasty purple welts. Eventually, Spike is the only one left, and must save the ship.
Faye disappears with all the money on Bebop. Ed tries to find her and discovers a "Code Name Julia" on Jupiter's moon, Callisto, which makes Spike believe that it's his Julia.
Faye is attacked and later helped by Gren, who holds a grudge against Vicious.
The Bebop crew investigates a bizarre series of Hyperspace Gate Tollbooth robberies, each executed by a different party, and the mastermind that orchestrated the entire thing: Hex.
Faye recounts her awakening from cryogenic freezing and a man, Whitney Hagas Matsumoto, who helped her before dying.
Jet's old cop partner calls in a favour to stop a group of convicts on a highjacked transport ship, one of which Jet has a personal vendetta with.
The Bebop crashes onto the moon after being side-swiped in space. Ed and Ein venture out for food but are entangled in the operations of an outlaw smuggling psychedelic mushrooms.
A mysterious package comes for Faye with a Beta cassette. While Faye runs, thinking it to be from a debt collector, Jet and Spike search for a player to view it.
Spike, flying his mono-racer in for maintenance, runs out of gas not far from the garage.
Spike witnesses a homicide by a deranged serial killer who then goes after him with a full barrage of weapons.
Jet gets a mysterious note from an old friend, Pao, and finds himself teaming up with his daughter, who uses Feng Shui to decipher it.
A serial bomber is trying to blow up skyscrapers, but Spike is more concerned about an American Western-styled cowboy on horseback that hinders his attempts to catch the bounty.
Dr. Londes, the leader of the religious cult Scratch, has a large bounty on his head.
Ed places a fake bounty for her own father, in hopes Jet and Spike will lead her to him. Despite a joyous reunion, her father immediately abandons her to pursue his work.
Faye briefly teams up with Julia when she assists her escape from a Red Dragon hit squad, and relays a message to Spike about Julia's whereabouts. Spike and Julia finally reunite.