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This is a list of missions and appearances that Kayo is in.
Ring Of Fire: Part 1Edit
Kayo is seen "babysitting" Alan on a mission to save a TV satellite from accidental re-entry. At the end of her episode, she steps into her position as Head of Security and gives the green light for Lady Penelope and Parker to press a mysterious button found in an abandoned warehouse.
Ring Of Fire: Part 2Edit
Kayo is once more sent out with Alan in Thunderbird 3 when John and Brains discover that all the earthquake devices are being controlled by one satellite. She watches and provides support for a struggling Alan. When the satellite's control has been handed over to International Rescue and the Hood's location discovered, Kayo pays the Hood a visit in his Australian lair, and it is revealed that he is in fact her uncle. When Kayo returns to the Island, the Tracy brothers reveal Thunderbird Shadow to her - Kayo's very own Thunderbird!
Kayo takes a ride on the newly improved Fireflash Aircraft, but when radio contact goes out she knows something's up. To make matters worse, the plane changes direction with no explanation, and then the captain announces a decompression event is taking place, urging passengers to put on air masks. Kayo, who knows what a decompression event should feel like, realises that whatever suspicions she had about the plane had been confirmed. After the captain, who is not who he appears to be, leaves the cockpit and visits the cargo bay, Kayo visits the cockpit, where she finds not only the co-pilot knocked out, but a radio cloaking device. She disables the cloaking device and communications are restored. John in Thunderbird 5 calls and he tells her that the captain was found back at Heathrow airport after the plane had taken off. Deciding to pay the saboteur a visit, Kayo makes her way to the cargo bay where she discovers that the impostors is in fact the Hood. After announcing that spoiling his plans is the best part of her job, Kayo and the Hood begin to fight, which results in the Hood escaping in an emergency escape pod. The fight has left the plane's mechanics severely damaged, and Kayo is forced to make a landing in the Gobi desert. Only one landing wheel worked, and so two elevator pods were deployed, with Alan and Gordon at the wheel. After that landing fails, Kayo decides to crashland the plane, but Virgil in Thunderbird 2 launches its tow ropes to support Fireflash as it lands.
Kayo is out in Thunderbird Shadow on perimeter patrol. When Grandma Tracy forced the Tracys to clean, Alan warns Kayo to stay out a little longer to avoid joining in.
Touch And GoEdit
City Under The SeaEdit
At Bay City, a town that was flooded due to global warming, the Mechanic, in a crab shaped submarine, is searching thought the ruins of the Creighton-Ward building for a safe containing the plans for Parkmoor Scrubs prison, so he can help the Hood to break out of it. As he smashes his way through some of the debris, it collides with a rental sub, which is being hired by the Sullivan family, coursing it to crash onto the seabed. While Gordon and Kayo work together to rescue the family, Lady Penelope and Parker try to get to the safe before the Mechanic gets to it first.
With the help of Captain Lee Taylor, International Rescue need to help a space vehicle - the Helius - transporting colonists to Mars. A proton storm cause a systems malfunction and the ship overshoots Mars and heads straight for the asteroid belt. Thunderbird 3 launches with Alan, Scott and Taylor and a POD to fend off the asteroids. When trying to avoid a large asteroid the Helius is damaged and International Rescue must try and find a way to land the ship on Mars, even though it was only designed to orbit the planet.
Up from the Depths: Part 1Edit
A survey vehicle stalls at the bottom of the Marianas Trench, just as it discovers an International Rescue prototype vehicle once flown by Jeff Tracy. Gordon takes Thunderbird 4 down to save the crew however, danger awaits in the form of an old foe.
Up from the Depths: Part 2Edit
After the Mechanic's ship flees the scene with the TV-21 Scott chases after it but Thunderbird 1 is unable to grab the enemy ship and suffers damage. The Mechanic then steals a GDF vault containing iridium, with Ned Tedford inside, and sends his ship into space. With two Thunderbirds out of commission Thunderbird 3, with help from MAX, is modified with weapons so that Alan can fight the ship while Scott tries to recover the vault and the TV-21. Meanwhile, Kayo, Lady Penelope and Parker head for Scotland to search for the Mechanic.
Using a remote controlled rocket booster Langstrom Fischler tries to bring a comet into Earth's orbit so he can mine it. When the rocket doesn't fire the comet ends up on a collision course with both the Earth and Globe One, a GDF space station with Captain Ridley O'Bannon aboard. While Alan and Virgil take Thunderbird 3 up to the comet and find a way to destroy it John and EOS use Thunderbird 5 to help O'Bannon to move Globe One out of the comet's path.
John detects a high altitude balloon heading straight for the Southern Alps in New Zealand and is unable to contact the pilot. At first everyone suspects that Francois Lemaire is the pilot but when Scott boards the craft he discovers that the pilot is a teenager named Brandon Berrenger, who works for Lemaire. When the balloon crashes on top of a mountain Scott and Brandon have to use Brains' new invention, RAD, to get down.
Weather or NotEdit
When Langstrom Fischler shows off some new weather drones for a group of investors on a control tower, they start malfunctioning and begin to zap anyone and anything in their path. International Rescue arrive and with the help of Brains, Penelope, Parker and Kayo they find a way to make the drones self-destruct before disaster endures - with Fischler failing to impress his investors.
Fight or FlightEdit
Scott, Virgil, and Kayo assist a plummeting cargo zeppelin with a dangerous loading claw and volatile fuel source that could be deadly if it crashes, while Brains is helping John preform yearly maintenance on Thunderbird 5.