Trapped in the SkyEdit
- Main article: Tin-Tin is Trapped in the Sky
City of FireEdit
In one of Tracy Island's lab facilities, Tin-Tin and Brains carefully monitor Scott and Virgil as they test new cutting equipment that utilizes oxyhydnite gas. Things don't quite turn out as expected - and this could loom large, as the two brothers are called to rescue a family from the blazing Thompson Tower...
- Main article: Tin-Tin's Trip to the Sun
Tin-Tin persuades Jeff to allow her to accompany Virgil and Brains aboard Thunderbird 2, as they set off for the Sahara Desert to rescue Scott - after he and Thunderbird 1 had been shot down by three unidentified fighter planes...
- Main article: Tin-Tin's Desert Rescue
The Mighty AtomEdit
During Lady Penelope's visit to Tracy Island - her first since International Rescue commenced operations - she and Tin-Tin are seen chatting together and reading magazines, as they take their ease on the Tracy Villa's verandah...
Vault of DeathEdit
Tin-Tin is seen briefly with Jeff Tracy on Tracy Island.
Move and You're DeadEdit
Tin-Tin joins Virgil aboard Thunderbird 2, as they transport Alan (and his new Brains-designed race car) to a drop-off point for Parola Sands Raceway - where an exciting (and fateful) day of racing awaits...
- Main article: Off to the Races
Brink of DisasterEdit
- Main article: Tin-Tin on the Brink of Disaster
The Perils of PenelopeEdit
- Main article: A Night Out in Paris
Terror In New York CityEdit
Everyone, including Tin-Tin, hurriedly repairs to the Cliff House - Tracy Island's emergency control center - and can only watch in horror, as the stricken Thunderbird 2 crashes and skids uncontrollably along the island's runway...
- Main article: Cliff House
End of the RoadEdit
- Main article: A Visit From Eddie Houseman
Day of DisasterEdit
After Grandma Tracy's tiny personal edible transmitter accidently got baked up in one of her apple pies - and someone all-as-accidentally ate it! - Tin-Tin brings a bottle of transmitter dissolver, for whoever it was that swallowed it. "I'll go quietly," a much-chastened Jeff responds, after everyone else has left the room!
Edge of ImpactEditTracy Island's playing host to Colonel Tim Casey, an old friend of Jeff's - a very awkward time for a rescue call to come in! It's up to Tin-Tin to keep him distracted, while the Thunderbirds take off - he mustn't learn his fellow jet-jockey's secretly the leader of International Rescue...
- Main article: A Hunt for a Water Mamba
Desperate IntruderEditSand traps: with an assist from Virgil and Thunderbird 2, Tin-Tin and Brains are off to North Africa to join Professor Blakely's Lake Anasta expedition, and explore an ancient sunken temple there. Treasure - and danger - await them, below...
- Main article: Tin-Tin and the Lost Temple
30 Minutes After NoonEdit
Tin-Tin, Alan and Gordon are recalled from their deep-sea fishing excursion when a call for help arrives, regarding a man trapped in the burning Hudson Building. While Alan joins Virgil aboard Thunderbird 2, Tin-Tin listens to news broadcasts detailing the situation and relays them to Scott, who's already en route in Thunderbird 1...
The ImpostersEditInternational Rescue's done it again - or, have they? Everyone on Tracy Island's reading the news reports in total disbelief, and with good reason: it wasn't them! So, who was it? At first, Jeff dissembles awkwardly about it all. But Tin-Tin isn't fooled: she sees the hurt, and shock, in him as he walks away...
The Man from MI.5Edit
Cry WolfEditTin-Tin exclaims, on seeing the vast spread Grandma Tracy's prepared for two special visitors Scott's bringing to Tracy Island. Having helped raise her five grandsons, though, Grandma knowingly responds: "An army, perhaps...two growing young boys, I'm not so sure!"
Danger at Ocean DeepEdit
The sound, and the fury: after Brains returns to Tracy Island with John from Thunderbird 5, Tin-Tin joins him in the laboratory as he experiments to find what's been causing interference to IR's radio transmissions...
- Main article: Transmission Black Out
The Duchess AssignmentEdit
Attack of the Alligators!Edit
Having just returned home to Tracy Island from a shopping trip to the mainland, Tin-Tin's missed out on the boys' latest rescue. However, she's eager to show Alan the gift she got for his upcoming birthday - and it's in the bathroom! (The bathroom?) And it's just what he's always wanted, too: a baby alligator!
Alan believes The Cass Carnaby Five's live broadcasts of their hit tune - Dangerous Game - are somehow connected to recent crashes of RTL 2 military flights. The group's currently appearing at Paradise Peaks - a super-deluxe hotel, high up in the Swiss Alps - so Jeff sends Lady Penelope and Tin-Tin there, to investigate...
- Main article: Tin-Tin's Trip to Paradise
Path of DestructionEdit
Jeff and Tin-Tin watch the boys fly off on another mission.
Alias Mr HackenbackerEdit
Later, she and Brains (using an alias) travel to London to witness the maiden flight of his newest airliner design - the Skythrust, which is also hosting an onboard fashion show whose models include Penelope herself. When hijackers take over the aircraft - and hold its passengers hostage - it's up to "Mr. Hackenbacker" to save the day...
- Main article: Hiram K. Hackenbacker
With Thunderbird 5 temporarily off the air - while John and Gordon upgrade the space-station's electronics - on Tracy Island, Tin-Tin hears, over her portable TV, an SOS from Rick O'Shea - whose pirate-TV satellite, KLA, is crashing uncontrollably back to Earth...
- Main article: Tin-Tin and the Mystery of the Broken TV
Give or Take a MillionEdit
Up on the rooftop: it's late Christmas Eve on Tracy Island, and Tin-Tin and Virgil are sharing a late-night coffee before he departs for Coralville aboard Thunderbird 2. But then, both hear noises coming from the roof of the Tracy Villa...
- Main article: Things that go Bump in the Night