Product placement and espionage go hand in hand at the site for Spy Kids 2, the booger-filled follow-up to Robert Rodriguez’s 2001 juvie secret-agent flick. While playing Spy Kids Challenge, tykes can earn time extensions by entering ”spy codes” found on such specially marked products as McDonald’s Happy Meals. (No purchase is necessary to view movie info.) More ill-placed than the plugs is the recon gadget companion R.A.L.P.H. (Robotic Arachnid Lithium Photo Helper), who stands frozen. His uselessness — and the site’s overt commercialism — are enough to make you ralph.