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  • When Clarke discovers a horrifying project being carried out in Mount Weather’s medical ward, she joins forces with an unlikely ally. After Abigail confesses to committing a crime, Kane issues an order to have her brutally punished. Meanwhile, Monty warns a distracted Jasper that Clarke could be in trouble and Octavia continues to fight for Lincoln.
  • Clarke returns to Camp Jaha with devastating news. Finn struggles with the aftermath of his actions. Abby gathers information from an unlikely source and prepares for a fight. Meanwhile, flashbacks reveal Finn and Raven’s relationship on the Ark.
  • In a desperate attempt to treat Jasper’s festering wounds, Clarke, Finn and Wells set out in search of a seaweed antibiotic. Bellamy and his crew go hunting for food and are joined by Charlotte , a lovable 12-year-old who feels safe under Bellamy’s protection. A thick, acidic fog appears, forcing Clarke, Finn, and Wells to seek shelter inside an ancient van. While they are trapped, Clarke confronts Wells about his betrayal that resulted in her father’s death.
  • Clarke and Finn attempt to broker peace with the Grounders but all hell breaks loose when Bellamy, Jasper, and Raven show up armed and ready for battle. Octavia and Lincoln grow closer. Meanwhile, tragedy strikes during the Unity Day celebration on the Ark.
  • Jasper and Bellamy go on a quest. Meanwhile, Clarke struggles to keep the peace after word of Jaha's discovery spreads.
  • Clarke, Bellamy, Octavia and Jasper hit a tragic roadblock. Meanwhile, Raven and Monty make an important discovery. 
  • With a low food supply at camp, Clarke and Finn lead a group out to hunt for food and wind up in a compromising position. With Finn's life in danger, Clarke makes a game-changing decision. Meanwhile, Raven makes Bellamy an offer he can't refuse. On the Ark, Kane risks his life and is reunited with Chancellor Jaha and Abby.
  • After being betrayed by someone she thought she could trust, Clarke takes matters into her own hands and proves she’s not going down without a fight. Bellamy, Finn, and Murphy race against time to save a stranger. Meanwhile, tensions rise between Raven and Wick while working together and an unexpected reunion occurs.
  • Murphy returns to camp claiming to have been held captive and tortured by the Grounders. Clarke and Bellamy have very different opinions on how to handle his return. Octavia sneaks away to find Lincoln and returns with a serious warning for the 100. Meanwhile, a mysterious virus strikes camp, forcing many to be quarantined. Jasper pulls off a heroic move.
  • Clarke, Bellamy, and Murphy begin to face the reality of their tragic situation. Everyone prepares for a final showdown.
  • Clarke pleads with Bellamy to do the right thing as conflict on the ground comes to a head. Bellamy forces Octavia to make a difficult decision. Raven and Jasper work against time and Finn makes a bold move. Meanwhile, the situation on the Ark comes to a stunning conclusion.
  • Kane leads a mission to make peace with the Grounders. Meanwhile, Jasper agrees to participate in a risky experiment, Lincoln enters a world of pain, and President Dante Wallace issues a warning. Finally, Finn's search for Clarke takes a violent turn.
  • Clarke wrestles with a decision. Bellamy learns something isn't what it seems. Meanwhile Murphy plots to betray his former Chancellor.
  • Clarke and Bellamy go on a mission to find supplies for approaching winter. Some of The 100 accidentally eat nuts with powerfully hallucinogenic properties and lose their grasp on reality. Meanwhile, Octavia seizes the opportunity to help a friend escape and a terrifying event brings Clarke and Bellamy closer. On the Ark, Commander Shumway secretly assigns one of the 100 to kill one of his own and the treacherous actions of Diana Sydney are revealed.
  • A suspicious Clarke confronts President Dante Wallace and demands answers. Kane interrogates one of The 100 and Abby performs emergency surgery. Meanwhile, Octavia resorts to violence in order to find Lincoln.
  • GONE GIRL - Bellamy leads his crew into Grounder territory as they search for Octavia. Raven can't help but notice the deep connection between Finn and Clarke. Meanwhile, flashbacks reveal Bellamy and Octavia's childhood on the Ark.
  • Clarke is on a mission that could change everything. Meanwhile, Murphy gains insight that might prove useful in ensuring his survival. Lastly, Kane reaches a breaking point.
  • The journey to the City of Light continues and Jaha makes a move that shocks Murphy. Clarke receives help from an unexpected source, a visitor surprises Octavia, and Lincoln gets his revenge. Meanwhile, at Mount Weather, Cage moves forward with his mission and Bellamy and his people struggle to break free.
  • Clarke and Raven make contact with the Ark, and Abby guides Clarke through a dangerous procedure in a desperate move to save one of their own. Meanwhile, on the Ark, Abby is removed from the council and former Chancellor Diana Sydney takes her place. Jaha reveals to Abby that there are not enough drop ships for everyone on the Ark to go down to Earth and Kane deals with his guilt over his recent decision.
  • Clarke and her friends struggle with how to proceed after the fate of the world is revealed.
  • Tensions run high between Clarke and Finn while Raven discovers that Mount Weather is interfering with their communication systems. Meanwhile, Jasper and Monty discover the truth about what's going on at Mount Weather and Octavia comes face-to-face with her worst nightmare. Finally, President Dante Wallace is about to be betrayed by those closest to him.
  • Tensions between Clarke and Abby come to a head after Clarke crosses the line. Raven helps Bellamy navigate Mount Weather. Jaha and Murphy encounter a stranger who may not be what she seems. Octavia is prepared to fight for someone she loves. Meanwhile, things reach a breaking point at Mount Weather.
  • THE LAST RESORT – Clarke’s newfound romance with Finn is threatened. Octavia suffers a blow to the head and wakes up to find a Grounder watching her. On the Ark, Abby exposes Kane's plan to reduce the population of the Ark. Jaha and Abby notice a signal and realize at least some of the 100 must still be alive on Earth.
  • The burden of leading weighs heavily upon Clarke and Bellamy when different challenges force them to determine who will live and die.
  • Jaha leads Clarke and Bellamy down a road to possible salvation while tensions rise in Arkadia and Polis.
  • Clarke begins to question Lexa’s leadership decisions. Abby struggles to help an injured Kane. Indra continues to push Octavia. Meanwhile, at Mount Weather, Jasper steps up into the role of leader and Cage throws Maya into a life-threatening situation.
  • CRIME AND PUNISHMENT - After the shocking death of one of their own, Clarke and Finn grow closer as they try to figure out a way to communicate with the Ark. Bellamy must keep the group from turning on one another as life on Earth takes a desperate turn. Meanwhile, Abby risks having herself floated in order to give Raven the chance to stow-away in the escape pod bound for Earth.
  • Clarke and Finn escape one dangerous situation only to find themselves faced with a new enemy. Bellamy makes a heroic move to save Jasper. Raven faces a new danger and Murphy finally gets his revenge. Meanwhile, those remaining on the Ark are coming to terms with the inevitable.
  • Clarke is still alone in the white room, frantically trying to make sense of her bizarre surroundings. The fate of Bellamy, Finn, and Raven is still unknown. Lincoln and Octavia's daring plan is thwarted and an enemy returns. Meanwhile, Abigail, Kane, and the survivors of the Ark must face physical and moral dilemmas in their dangerous and beautiful new world. Finally, Chancellor Jaha makes a heroic decision.
  • While preparing for battle, Clarke and Lexa have a heated discussion. Desperate for help, Raven has Wick summoned to the engineering room. Jaha and Murphy encounter a perilous roadblock. Meanwhile, at Mount Weather, Bellamy is in a race against time.
  • Having discovered that Jasper may still be alive, Clarke, Bellamy, Octavia, Finn and Monty set out on a mission to locate their friend and are shocked at what they find. Meanwhile, on the Ark, Abby is determined to get to Earth and enlists Raven to repair a broken 130-year-old Russian Mir-3 escape pod.
  • The alliance between Camp Jaha and the Grounders is jeopardized when Gustus is poisoned. Meanwhile, at Mount Weather, Monty lands himself in hot water.
  • Clarke and Roan must work together in hostile territory in order to deliver an invaluable asset to Abby and her team.
  • Clarke and Lexa encounter a new enemy. Bellamy and Lincoln agree to work together to break into Mount Weather. Murphy helps Jaha confront his past. Indra makes Octavia an offer she can't refuse.
  • Abby is determined to find a way to protect her people from a coming attack by the Grounders, even if it means heading into unknown territory and leaving some captives behind. A worried Bellamy convinces Clarke to go with him to the dropship, where he and Octavia reveal a dangerous secret. Clarke comes up with a bold new plan to stop the Grounders’ attack, leading Abby to a desperate decision. Meanwhile, at Mount Weather, Jasper and Monty begin to question the motives of their new friends while Dr. Tsing conducts a deadly experiment to determine how to make use of the captives.
  • Clarke discovers the mastermind behind a devious plan. Kane struggles to keep the peace. Meanwhile, Jasper’s grief drives him to reckless behavior.
  • Jaha returns to Polis, and Murphy has a surprise encounter. Meanwhile, Octavia uncovers a clue.
  • Bellamy and Kane risk life and limb to rescue Clarke. In an attempt to avoid worrying about her daughter, Abby focuses on whether to open Mount Weather as a medical facility. Meanwhile, Murphy plots to betray his former Chancellor.
  • After a disappointing discovery, Clarke and Abby question how far they're willing to go. Meanwhile, Jaha finds a lead to the mysterious Second Dawn.
  • A.L.I.E. forces Raven’s dark side to come out, and Jasper's anger continues to grow. Meanwhile, Octavia wrestles with her place in the world, and Monty is forced to make a split-second decision that has horrifying consequences.
  • Clarke's arrival on the island quickly takes a turn for the worse. Meanwhile, Bellamy tries to avoid further tragedy in Arkadia.
  • Continued struggles with leadership and trust in Arkadia and Polis take violent turns while Abby leads a team to a distant location hoping to find answers.
  • Clarke is torn between vengeance and mercy. Meanwhile, Kane and Octavia work together to avert a disaster, and Abby continues to worry about Raven.
  • Clarke’s hopes for peace are dashed by a new threat. Raven becomes a target. Meanwhile, Murphy is running a dangerous con.
  • Clarke and Lexa prepare for battle while Raven and Wick experience a major setback. Meanwhile, Octavia and Lincoln are each forced to make a difficult decision. At Mount Weather, Jasper and Maya witness a horrible act, Bellamy follows through on a promise, and Cage goes public with powerful information.
  • Clarke finds hope in the most unlikely place. Meanwhile, A.L.I.E.'s master plan comes together.
  • Lexa tries to maintain peace and order within the clans, and Clarke uncovers a strange and game-changing truth. Meanwhile, a flashback takes us into the darker chapter of humanity’s past.
  • Jaha employs a terrifying new method to convince Abby to join his cause, Kane is on a mission, and Bellamy is hit with a hard truth. Meanwhile, Monty finds himself in a precarious situation, and Jasper rushes to save one of his own.
  • Octavia fights in the final battle for her people's survival, but not everyone is willing to play fair.
  • Clarke makes a desperate plea with a former allied force in an attempt to avoid a war and ensure the survival of her people.
  • Clarke discovers a shocking truth, and Octavia is forced to make a decision that could have devastating consequences. Meanwhile, Kane and Abby share a moment.
  • Kane is searching for a peaceful way to handle things but soon realizes he may be forced to resort to drastic measures. Meanwhile, Pike suspects that there may be a leak within the walls of Arkadia. Lastly, Raven has a plan and reaches out to Jasper for help.
  • CLARKE AND ABBY FACE OFF — Bellamy and Lincoln’s attempt to sneak into Mount Weather has brutal consequences. Abby fights to stay in control as Clarke steps up in her new leadership role. Meanwhile, with Monty and Harper still missing, a desperate Jasper confronts President Wallace and demands answers.
  • Three months have passed since the tragedy at Mount Weather and our heroes learn that a bounty has been put on Clarke’s head. Unbeknownst to Clarke, a team led by Bellamy and Kane journeys deep into Grounder territory to save her. Meanwhile, Murphy finds his way to the mansion and discovers a very different Jaha on a very different mission.
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  • The Kanker Sisters search the cul-de-sac for a missing heirloom.
  • Ed is kidnapped by the Kanker Sisters and Edd and Eddy get the Urban Rangers to rescue him.
  • When Eddy discovers that Kevin has a fear of needles, he takes advantage of his fear and tells the school that it's booster shot day, making Kevin scared to death as Ed and Eddy taunt him.
  • Eddy decides that he and Edd should teach Ed social graces.
  • The Eds open up a beauty salon for pets, convincing Rolf to let them clean his animals. Meanwhile, Ed learns he is allergic to rabbits.
  • Annoyed with Sarah, Ed searches for a new place to live.
  • Peacemaker Edd unwittingly becomes the school tough kid after a scuffle with infamous Lee Kanker.
  • After Eddy reads "Eddy is a no neck chump" on the wall, he goes undercover as "Carl" to find out who wrote that.
  • Ed and Eddy fool Edd into doing outrageous tasks using fake sticky notes.
  • The Eds try to show off at Nazz's summertime sprinkler party.
  • The Eds take advantage of Jonny's annoying nature and charge people for his removal.
  • After missing a fad, Eddy decides to start a new one.
  • Ed wins the spelling bee, which makes Edd sad and unwanted.
  • Eddy tries to prove that the Urban Rangers are a bunch of phonies by challenging Rolf to the most difficult badge - The Hairy Chest Of Resilience Badge.
  • The Eds come across a treasure map leading to the Kanker Sisters' trailer park.
  • The Eds get new clothes, which are still stiff from the store. Ed and Eddy try to break them in but end up ruining them. The Eds hear about the "Urban Rangers" and decide to join in order to receive their awesome uniforms.
  • Ed has a nightmare about Jonny 2x4 and fears him in real life.
  • Sarah and Jimmy discover Jimmy's fish have babies and try to learn where they come from, but when they ask the other kids about it, they keep getting different answers.
  • Eddy vows revenge on the masked stranger who ruined his scam.
  • The Eds each tell their version of how they came to be stuck in Jonny's wall.
  • Eddy's bogus tale about Edd being a mutant goes horribly awry.
  • Edd's parents tell him to mow the lawn. Eddy then gets an idea for a potential scam and causes trouble.
  • A mysterious boomerang is passed from one person to another with strange effects.
  • Ed is forced to practice the violin while hanging out with the others and Eddy spends the day trying to destroy it.
  • Eddy attempts to scare the Urban Rangers during their camp-out to prove they are big phonies.
  • The Kanker Sisters capture and take care of the Eds in their mobile home.
  • The Eds try to find the town of "Spook-E-Ville" using an old map from Eddy's Older Brother, but on the way Ed has hallucinations of the kids being horrific monsters.
  • The Eds end up lost among flashbacks within flashbacks, and try to figure out how to get back where they started, after Eddy told Ed and Edd about how he stole a jawbreaker from Jonny.
  • Ed annoys Edd and Eddy with his imaginary friend.
  • Ed terrorizes the neighborhood in a monster suit.
  • Ed wants to do his own scam based on a comic book.
  • Edd and Eddy help Ed babysit Jimmy and Sarah.
  • Edd and Eddy try to pull Ed's loose tooth.
  • Edd tries to turn Eddy and Ed into polite people.
  • Eddy declares war on Kevin.
  • Eddy has a bad case of 'scam block'.
  • Eddy sprouts a zit and is harassed by the kids.
  • The neighborhood competes to remove a stuck quarter from a sidewalk.
  • Edd and Eddy form a repair company, but Ed's destructive nature hinders their efforts.
  • Ed's receives a package containing two jawbreakers which causes a squabble between the three.
  • Peach Creek's football team must play a game against Lemon Brook, but the team is hopeless. Nazz thinks its due to low team spirit, so she decides to make Ed the mascot.
  • The Eds train Jimmy to become the world's greatest sumo wrestler.
  • Ed hides Eddy's magazines in a unknown location and the trio spend the day searching for them.
  • Ed offers to show Plank's parents around the cul-de-sac.
  • Plank pays for multiple thrill rides.
  • Aliens invade Rolf's house and the Kids of the Cul-de-Sac must band together to defend the Cul-de-Sac and get rid of the invading aliens. Part of CN Invaded.
  • Convinced he is a spy, the Eds track Kevin's movements.
  • Sarah puts the Eds in charge of Jimmy for the day.
  • The Eds and Jonny plan to break out of school.
  • The Eds attend their first school dance.
  • The Eds bring bustling city life to suburbia.
  • The boys reminisce about past exploits.
  • After a scam that injured the kids so bad, the kids go after the Eds for revenge, the Eds must go on a quest for Eddy's brother to help them.
  • The Eds, Kevin, Rolf and Jonny all make bets who can put off their annoying habits the longest.
  • Edd teaches reverse psychology to the other Eds and they plan on ridding the Kankers with their new found methods.
  • Ed and Edd cannot understand Eddy when he loses his voice. When Edd devises a method of communication, there ends up being a lot of mistranslation.
  • The Eds decide to play practical jokes on the neighborhood children.
  • Ed suddenly becomes prone to fits of anger and the other two Eds try to snap him out of it.
  • Edd and Eddy fight over Ed's stinky chunk of cheese.
  • After reading a medical textbook, Edd is convinced he is terminally ill.
  • Eddy runs against Plank for an election so Eddy can prove he is the king of the Cul-de-Sac.
  • Eddy is desperate to stop being treated as the baby of the family, happily though it seems the times they are a changing' for he's about to be given the keys to his brother's room, providing he comes home with a decent school photograph of course!
  • Eddy encounters misfortune after receiving Rolf's cursed phone.
  • The Eds spot a floating red balloon and spend the entire day chasing it.
  • Edd's shower is out, and no one in the cul-de-sac lends a helping hand.
  • When children suspect someone is touching their stuff, Eddy devises a plan to catch the culprit.
  • Jonny and Plank separate. The Eds form a matchmaking service to cash in on Jonny's loneliness.
  • The Eds aren't invited to Kevin's monster truck marathon party and Eddy learns that he's descended from the founding family of Peach Creek, he then sets out to earn the respect and cash that he deserves.
  • When Rolf goes to his family reunion, he puts Ed in charge of his animals, which Sarah dislikes, because they'd be wrecking the house.
  • After a scam goes horribly wrong and damages Kevin's house, Eddy makes up a quick lie, telling Kevin the "Mucky Boys" did it. Kevin is convinced, and soon the whole cul-de-sac is searching for the Mucky Boys.
  • May falls head over heels in love with Edd instead of Ed, thanks to two cherubs who bear an uncanny resemblance to Jimmy and Sarah, and Edd finds he's falling for May as well. This causes a rise in tensions between the remaining two Eds and the remaining two Kankers.
  • When Ed and Eddy start breaking rules, the neighborhood children follow suit.
  • Jonny invites the Eds to the party as Arbor Day. Eddy hopes that the party will have all the kids there in attempt to boost his popularity, but his hopes are crushed when he discovers nobody else came.
  • The Eds film a home movie to prove to Eddy's Brother that they are cool.
  • The Eds take advantage of Rolf's homesickness by building a scam filled replica of his home country.
  • The Eds try to befriend Kevin in order to gain access to his jawbreaker stash.
  • Eddy keeps recycling the same scam over and over with minor tweaks.
  • Eddy prepares for his "date" with Nazz and needs some help from Ed and Edd.
  • When Sarah falls in love with Edd, the rest of the gang tries to sabotage their relationship.
  • Ed spends Sarah's money on jawbreakers and the Eds must make up the money.
  • The Eds spend the day pretending to work in an office under the guise of moving "up" in the world.
  • When someone in the cul-de-sac frames the Eds for crimes they didn't commit, they must try to find a way to clear their names.
  • Sarah locks the Eds out of the house. The Eds have to find a place with a TV to watch the 8 Hour Monster Movie Marathon.
  • Due to another scam failure, Jimmy doesn't believe in fairy tales anymore, bringing him in a sad emotional state which won't go away.
  • The Eds' imaginations run amok on their way to a sci-fi movie.
  • Eddy starts a rumor that his older brother is returning home so the kids will start respecting him more.
  • When the Eds construct a tree house, The Kankers take it over. Undaunted, the Eds try to get it back.
  • When Kevin, Rolf and Jonny go away for the entire day, the Eds must learn how to properly scam Nazz, Sarah and Jimmy.
  • Ed and Jimmy take care of a sick Sarah and Eddy can't keep focus of his scams because of Sarah's interruptions.
  • Eddy is sick of getting cheap presents for Christmas and plans to get adopted by one of the neighborhood kids so he can mooch of their presents. As Eddy travels around the cul-de-sac looking for freebies, Ed and Edd set out to confront Eddy and show him what Christmas is truly about.
  • After witnessing several instances of lunacy, Edd resolves to 'smarten-up' the neighborhood children.
  • Eddy creates a gunslinger craze after he sells turkey basters to the neighborhood children as squirt guns.
  • After a traumatic snowball experience Jimmy seeks out Edd to help make the school safe, however Ed and Eddy only worsen the already strenuous situation.
  • Jimmy and Sarah prank Ed into believing the sky is falling, putting Edd and Eddy's trip to the jawbreaker factory in jeopardy.
  • Ed has been grounded so Edd and Eddy devise a plan to bust him out.
  • Ed starts raiding neighbors' food while sleepwalking.
  • The Eds launch a cruise line on the local creek, getting Jonny 2x4 and Jimmy as customers. All goes well until the Kanker Sisters show up.
  • The Kanker Sisters park their trailer on Eddy's lawn for their family vacation.
  • Kevin finds out Eddy's middle name and uses it as blackmail.
  • Edd receives a hypnotizing pinwheel in the mail. Eddy then hypnotizes the kids.
  • The Eds explore the Old Abandoned House and must find their way out.
  • Edd has been given the task of delivering Ed and Eddy's report cards to their parents, but Ed and Eddy are not happy about it, and a race to the cul-de-sac ensues.
  • When Edd finds a key, Eddy is determined to find what it opens.
  • Eddy tries to scam the kids on national Piggy Bank Day. Meanwhile, Ed believes that it is Christmas.
  • Eddy tries to convince everyone it is still summer, and after that fails, they all go to their first day of school. Then, the Eds' must strike a deal with the Kankers in order to be in the same homeroom.
  • Edd takes on a paper route to save up for an electron microscope. Eddy is immediately lured by the prospect of big money.
  • The Eds want to break a world record. Boastful Eddy plans a trip around the world to impress the kids.
  • The neighborhood boys compete for Nazz's attention.
  • Eddy's dislike of being shorter than most of the other kids inspires Edd and Ed try to make him taller.
  • The boys begin disassembling everything in the cul-de-sac, including their own cartoon universe.
  • The Eds are refused entry into Sarah and Jimmy's rich club.
  • The cul-de-sac kids are playing hide and go seek, and the Eds participate in the game.
  • The Eds want to hatch their own chicken egg, which can only be obtained by trading with Rolf.
  • The Eds switch each others lifestyles after a game of Truth or Dare.
  • The Eds quarrel with Kevin over use of the perfect beach location.
  • While the kids are starting to grow up Eddy staunchly refuses to until he suddenly wakes up to find himself as an old man.
  • Eddy starts publishing a newspaper full of lies about the other kids, and sells them for cash.
  • After disgracing his heritage, Rolf challenges Eddy to a duel to reclaim his honor.
  • The power goes out in the cul-de-sac, and the Eds and kids blame it on "mole mutants".
  • Edd's lack of sleep hinders his help with Eddy's scam.
  • The Eds encounter obstacles on their way to the candy store for a jawbreaker sale.
  • The Eds argue over what to do after acquiring Sarah's secret diary.
  • Rolf and Jimmy trick Eddy into buying money tree seeds.
  • The cul-de-sac children come down with chicken pox, leaving the Eds with nothing to do for the day.
  • Edd needs to gain respect by winning a wrestling match.
  • Ed receives a variety of wolf-themed gifts from his pen-pal, and Rolf acts suspicious about the situation.
  • Desperate for the attention Jimmy is receiving, Eddy sets out to injure himself.
  • The Eds hold a talent-show telethon to raise money for Ed's eyebrow operation.
  • Kevin worries the Eds are plotting against him when they are seemingly nowhere to be found.
  • Rolf is looking for help to hire so the Eds decide to send Ed to help for pay.
  • The Eds come across an old camera. They then decide to take pictures of all the cul-de-sac kids, put them in a calendar, and sell it back to them.
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  • Eds' Sea Ranch
  • Jawbreaker Satellite
  • Club Ed
  • Old World Village
  • Unknown
  • Hypnosis
  • Arts & Crafts
  • The Bet
  • Bottomwess Ed
  • Ed Way
  • Wishing Well
  • Séance
  • Sumo Wrestling
  • Piñata
  • Thingamajig
  • Strength Training
  • Ed's Friend Store
  • Egghead Ed
  • Christmas Caroling
  • Ed's Hive-Bee-Gone
  • Edtropolis
  • Ice Cream Truck
  • Ed Telethon
  • Crazy Ed's Custom Hot Bikes
  • Ed's Tire Swing
  • Life-Size Dinosaur
  • Kiss the Hunk
  • Triple-E Frog Jumping Derby
  • Eddy's Summer BBQ
  • Bubble Wrap
  • Ed-Land
  • Balloon Poochie
  • Bathroom World
  • Booster Shot Day
  • Bumper Car Ride
  • Capture an Alien
  • Chez la Sweat
  • Cirkus Eds
  • Cockroach Country
  • Double D's House of Import-Exports
  • Ed Co.
  • Ed Flakes Cereal
  • Ed the Great
  • Ed's Detective Agency
  • Ed's Scam
  • Ed's Spitting Image of Wax
  • Ed's Super Sweeeeets
  • Ed's Sweaters
  • Ed's Time Travel Service
  • Ed's Watertime Fun Park
  • Edd's Jawbreaker Bank
  • Eddy's Big Kahuna Surf School
  • Eddy's Career Counseling
  • Eddy's Creek Cruise
  • Eddy's Deluxe Tour Line
  • Eddy's Jawbreaker Bank
  • Eddy's adoption
  • Eds Photography
  • Eds' Beds
  • Eds' Golf Course
  • Eds' Hot Air Balloon Service
  • Eds' Jewelry Store
  • Eds' Lawn Mowing Service
  • Eds' Mart
  • Eds' Peek Into the Future
  • Eds' Pest Removal
  • Eds' Pet Boutick
  • Eds' Piggy Bank Smashing Service
  • Eds' Polar Sled Ride
  • Eds' Quick Repair Service
  • Eds' Sandwich Stand
  • Eds' Sea Adventure
  • Eds' Service Station
  • En-o-gee Drinks
  • Exotic Pet Shop
  • Find out Your Hat Size
  • Fresh Butts
  • Fridge Land
  • Gerbil For a Day
  • Hula Dancing Lessons
  • Jimmy's Ice Pops
  • Jimmy's Trampoline Scam
  • Jogging Pants World
  • Lady Liberty Replica.
  • Le' Jimmy Day Beauty Salon
  • Log of No Return
  • Master Eddy's School of Kung-Fu
  • Meat Mania
  • Mole Mutant Repellents
  • Moon Rocks
  • Mutant Land
  • Neighborhood Calendar
  • Eddy tells Sarah and Jimmy about where babies come from
  • Paper Routes
  • Peach Creek Jr. High Tattler scandals
  • Pet the Bunny
  • Pet the Unicorn
  • Ponce De La Eds'
  • Prize Grabber Machine
  • Raccoon Round-Up
  • Rent-a-Clown
  • Requiem For A Whiplash
  • Rocket Car
  • Scam Ideas
  • Sewer Swamp Ride
  • Smileyville
  • Snowcone Cannon
  • Snuggle-Me-Ed
  • Soda Bottle Refund
  • Taco Ed's Mexican Cuisine
  • The Hunt for Edasorus
  • Toll Moat
  • Toothpaste Salesman
  • Transit Bus to the Candy Store
  • Triple E Driving School
  • Wedgies
  • Win a Date With Eddy
  • World's Largest Pancake
  • Wrestling Match
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  • 99
  • ISaw Him First
  • ICook
  • IPie
  • IWin a Date
  • ITake on Dingo
  • IDon't Want to Fight
  • ICarly Awards
  • IMeet Fred
  • Demolition
  • IGot a Hot Room
  • ISam's Mom
  • ITwins
  • IStage an Intervention
  • IBloop
  • IPsycho
  • IHeart Art
  • ISpy a Mean Teacher
  • IWill Date Freddie
  • ILike Jake
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  • IMust Have Locker
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  • IScream on Halloween
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  • ICarly: iQuit iCarly
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  • ISpaceout
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  • IWanna Stay with Spencer
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  • ICarly: iSaved Your Life
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  • IReunite with Missy
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  • IFix A Popstar
  • ILook Alike
  • IFight Shelby Marx
  • IMove Out
  • IStakeout
  • IChristmas
  • IWant More Viewers
  • IGot Detention
  • IFence
  • IPromise Not to Tell
  • IBelieve In Bigfoot
  • IWas a Pageant Girl
  • ICarly Saves TV
  • IWant a World Record
  • IFind Lewbert's Lost Love
  • IMight Switch Schools
  • IRocked the Vote
  • IOwe You
  • IDate A Bad Boy
  • ISpeed Date
  • IKiss
  • IHatch Chicks
  • IEnrage Gibby
  • IWon't Cancel The Show
  • IPromote Techfoots
  • IHate Sam's Boyfriend
  • IHave a Lovesick Teacher
  • IWant My Website Back
  • IThink They Kissed
  • IAm Your Biggest Fan
  • IMake Sam Girlier
  • Oil
  • IDream of Dance
  • IHave My Principals
  • IHurt Lewbert
  • IGive Away a Car
  • INevel
  • IRue the Day
  • IGo Nuclear
  • IGo to Japan
  • IBeat the Heat
  • IPilot
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  • The List
  • Career Day
  • Store Wars
  • The Journal
  • "Demons"
  • "Pilot"
  • 48.0
  • Operation: I.T.
  • Operation: O.U.T.B.R.E.A.K.
  • Operation: P.O.I.N.T.
  • Operation: V.I.R.U.S.
  • The Hunted
  • Bring It On
  • Operation: A.R.C.T.I.C.
  • Operation: C.O.U.C.H.
  • Operation: L.I.Z.Z.I.E.
  • Operation: R.E.C.E.S.S.
  • When Johnny Comes Marching Home
  • Lights Out
  • Operation: C.A.K.E.D.-F.I.V.E.
  • Operation: F.L.A.V.O.R.
  • Operation: I.-S.C.R.E.A.M.
  • Operation: M.A.C.A.R.R.O.N.I.
  • Operation: M.U.N.C.H.I.E.S.
  • Operation: P.R.E.S.I.D.E.N.T.
  • Operation: T.R.A.I.N.I.N.G.
  • Busted
  • Dirty Work
  • Operation: N.A.U.G.H.T.Y.
  • "Resurrection"
  • Fashion Victims
  • Operation: C.A.M.P.
  • Operation: C.H.A.D.
  • Pillow Talk
  • The Bloo Superdude and the Great Creator of Everything's Awesome Ceremony of Fun That He's Not Invited To
  • Enter the Dragon
  • Destination Imagination
  • Operation: S.C.I.E.N.C.E.
  • Awake the Wyatt Within
  • Employee of the Month
  • Midnight Madness
  • Operation: G.R.A.D.U.A.T.E.S.
  • Operation: U.N.D.E.R.C.O.V.E.R.
  • "Survival of the Fittest"
  • Operation: C.A.K.E.D.-T.H.R.E.E.
  • Operation: P.O.O.L.
  • Operation: T.R.E.A.T.Y.
  • "Ye Who Enter Here"
  • Ed, Edd n Eddy's Big Picture Show
  • Operation: A.W.A.R.D.S.
  • Operation: K.I.S.S.
  • Operation: M.O.V.I.E.
  • Operation: O.O.M.P.P.A.H.
  • Operation: R.A.I.N.B.O.W.S.
  • Johnny Fu
  • Read 'Em and Weep
  • Operation: F.A.S.T.-F.O.O.D.
  • "Fallen"
  • Operation: C.H.O.C.O.L.A.T.E.
  • Operation: L.I.C.O.R.I.C.E.
  • Operation: M.I.S.S.I.O.N.
  • Sight for Sore Eyes
  • "Echoes"
  • A Crime of Fashion
  • "Nevermore"
  • Operation: B.E.A.C.H.
  • Operation: C.A.K.E.D.-T.W.O.
  • Operation: C.L.U.E.S.
  • Operation: H.O.M.E.
  • Operation: H.O.T.S.T.U.F.F.
  • Operation: K.N.O.T.
  • Operation: S.P.A.N.K.E.N.S.T.I.N.E.
  • Race for Your Life, Mac & Bloo
  • "Many Happy Returns"
  • Operation: H.O.L.I.D.A.Y.
  • Operation: R.E.C.R.U.I.T.
  • "God Complex"
  • The Five Finger Discount
  • Operation: H.A.M.S.T.E.R.
  • Double Date
  • Bye Bye Nerdy
  • Drawing Bored
  • Nagged to Ed
  • Operation: T.R.I.P.
  • Operation: W.H.I.T.E.H.O.U.S.E.
  • Operation: S.P.I.N.A.C.H.
  • "The Other Side"
  • Adoptcalypse Now
  • Deadbeat Poets Society
  • Operation: C.A.B.L.E.-T.V.
  • Wrestlemania
  • "Rubicon"
  • The Grim Adventures of the KND
  • Operation: C.L.O.W.N.
  • Operation: C.A.K.E.D.
  • Operation: C.L.O.S.E.T.
  • The Big Picture
  • Frankie My Dear
  • Great Expectations
  • Operation: L.O.V.E.
  • Operation: F.U.G.I.T.I.V.E.
  • World Wide Wabbit
  • Operation: C.O.W.G.I.R.L.
  • Operation: T.E.E.T.H.
  • Blast From The Past
  • Operation: E.N.D.
  • Operation: C.R.I.M.E.
  • Operation: S.I.X.
  • Operation: S.P.A.N.K.
  • Operation: S.U.P.P.O.R.T.
  • Operation: A.F.L.O.A.T.
  • Jonesy's Low Mojo
  • Operation: A.M.I.S.H.
  • Role Reversal
  • The Big Sickie
  • Operation: S.A.F.A.R.I.
  • Cuckoo for Coco Cards
  • Operation: I.N.T.E.R.V.I.E.W.S.
  • The Ed-Touchables
  • The Slow and the Even-Tempered
  • Cookie Dough
  • Operation: C.A.N.Y.O.N.
  • Operation: M.O.O.N.
  • Cheapskates
  • Operation: T.H.E.-F.L.Y.
  • Operation: C.A.K.E.D.-F.O.U.R.
  • Operation: F.O.U.N.T.A.I.N.
  • Operation: L.U.N.C.H.
  • A Lime to Party
  • Operation: H.O.S.P.I.T.A.L.
  • Operation: M.A.U.R.I.C.E.
  • Operation: S.H.A.V.E.
  • Operation: F.L.U.S.H.
  • Operation: G.R.O.W.-U.P.
  • Operation: T.U.R.N.I.P.
  • Bloooo
  • Coconuts
  • Operation: C.A.R.A.M.E.L.
  • Operation: B.U.T.T.
  • Operation: R.O.B.B.E.R.S.
  • Diseasy Does It
  • My So Called Wife
  • "I Am Become Death"
  • The New Guy
  • Bloo Tube
  • Camp Keep a Good Mac Down
  • Operation: N.U.G.G.E.T.
  • Operation: C.O.L.L.E.G.E.
  • Operation: U.N.C.O.O.L.
  • Operation: P.O.P.
  • Operation: S.A.T.U.R.N.
  • Operation: B.R.I.E.F.
  • Prank'd
  • Smarten Up
  • Insert Name Here
  • Operation: U.T.O.P.I.A.
  • Pen Pal
  • Hair Today, Gone Tomorrow
  • Out Of This World
  • Waiting to Ex-Sale
  • Snow Job
  • Another Day at the Office
  • Johnny Rich
  • Operation: P.A.R.T.Y.
  • Operation: P.L.A.N.E.T.
  • "The Calm"
  • "Contents Under Pressure"
  • Operation: M.E.S.S.A.G.E.
  • Operation: Z.O.O.
  • Mr. Nice Guy
  • Operation: F.O.O.D.F.I.T.E.
  • The Sweet Stench of Success
  • The Bloo Superdude and the Magic Potato of Power!
  • Bloo's Brothers
  • Imposter's Home for Um... Make 'Em Up Pals
  • Something Old Something Bloo
  • Crime After Crime
  • Bloo's the Boss
  • Labour Day - Part 2
  • Operation: S.P.R.O.U.T.
  • Operation: D.A.D.D.Y.
  • Cranks a Lot
  • Goodbye to Bloo
  • Operation: H.O.U.N.D.
  • Operation: D.A.T.E.
  • Operation: G.I.R.L.F.R.I.E.N.D.
  • Operation: L.E.A.D.E.R.
  • Operation: Q.U.I.E.T.
  • Operation: S.N.O.W.I.N.G.
  • Operation: A.R.C.H.I.V.E.
  • Operation: B.R.E.A.K.U.P.
  • Operation: M.A.T.A.D.O.R.
  • Silent Butt Deadly
  • Operation: C.A.N.N.O.N.
  • Operation: S.P.A.C.E.
  • Operation: S.L.U.M.B.E.R.
  • The Little Peas
  • Operation: P.I.A.N.O.
  • Operation: T.O.M.M.Y.
  • Operation: P.I.N.K.E.Y.E.
  • Operation: F.I.S.H.Y.
  • Operation: S.A.F.E.T.Y.
  • Fish and Make Up
  • Let Your Hare Down
  • Operation: D.O.G.F.I.G.H.T.
  • Ed, Edd n Eddy's Boo Haw Haw
  • Operation: D.O.D.G.E.B.A.L.L.
  • Operation: L.I.C.E.
  • Operation: N.O.-P.O.W.U.H.
  • Breaking Up with the Boss' Son
  • Pranks for Nothing
  • The Khaki Girl
  • Hiccy Burp
  • Operation: D.U.C.K.Y.
  • Ed, Edd n Eddy's Hanky Panky Hullabaloo
  • Out with the Old, In with the Ed
  • Major Unfaithfulness
  • Badvertisement
  • A Chore Thing
  • A Lost Claus
  • Affair Weather Friends
  • All Zapped Up
  • Backpack Attack
  • Bad Dare Day
  • Bad to the Phone
  • Beat with a Schtick
  • Berry Scary
  • Better Off Ed
  • Birthday Cake Bloos
  • Bloo Done It
  • Bus the Two of Us
  • Dinner is Swerved
  • Duchess of Wails
  • Emancipation Complication
  • Everyone Knows It's Bendy
  • Fistful of Cereal
  • Fools and Regulations
  • Foster's Goes to Europe
  • Give Pizza a Chance
  • Go Goo Go
  • Good Wilt Hunting
  • Hide and Bloo Seek
  • I Only Have Surprise for You
  • Infernal Slumber
  • Land of the Flea
  • Mac Daddy
  • Make Believe It or Not
  • Mondo Coco
  • Neighbor Pains
  • One False Movie
  • Petrified Pet
  • Say It Isn't Sew
  • Schlock Star
  • Seeing Red / Phone Home
  • Setting a President
  • Squeakerboxxx
  • Squeeze the Day
  • The Big Cheese
  • The Big Lablooski
  • The Bride to Beat
  • The Buck Swaps Here
  • Ticket to Rod
  • Truth or Stare
  • Who Let the Dogs In?
  • Johnny Cakes
  • Operation: S.I.T.T.E.R.
  • Operation: T.R.I.C.Y.C.L.E.
  • Operation: M.I.N.I.-G.O.L.F.
  • Operation: P.I.R.A.T.E.
  • Operation: T.R.I.C.K.Y.
  • Operation: J.E.W.E.L.S.
  • Quick Shot Ed
  • The Swami
  • Operation: D.O.G.H.O.U.S.E.
  • Operation: K.A.S.T.L.E.
  • Operation: R.E.P.O.R.T.
  • Spring Fling
  • Stupid Over Cupid
  • Operation: B.R.I.D.G.E.
  • Operation: H.U.G.S.
  • Operation: L.O.C.K.D.O.W.N.
  • Johnny Johnny
  • "Bitter Harvest"
  • Operation: D.I.A.P.E.R.
  • "A Lie Guarded"
  • "Blood Must Have Blood (Part 1)"
  • "Blood Must Have Blood (Part 2)"
  • "Bodyguard of Lies"
  • "Coup de Grâce"
  • "DNR"
  • "Day Trip"
  • "Die All, Die Merrily"
  • "Earth Kills"
  • "Earth Skills"
  • "Fog of War"
  • "Gimme Shelter"
  • "Hakeldama"
  • "Heavy Lies the Crown"
  • "His Sister's Keeper"
  • "Human Trials"
  • "Inclement Weather"
  • "Join or Die"
  • "Long Into an Abyss"
  • "Murphy's Law"
  • "Perverse Instantiation (Part 1)"
  • "Perverse Instantiation (Part 2)"
  • "Praimfaya"
  • "Reapercussions"
  • "Red Sky at Morning"
  • "Remember Me"
  • "Spacewalker"
  • "Stealing Fire"
  • "Terms and Conditions"
  • "The Chosen"
  • "The Four Horsemen"
  • "The Tinder Box"
  • "Thirteen"
  • "Twilight's Last Gleaming"
  • "Unity Day"
  • "Wanheda (Part 1)"
  • "Wanheda (Part 2)"
  • "Watch the Thrones"
  • "We Are Grounders (Part 1)"
  • "We Are Grounders (Part 2)"
  • "We Will Rise"
  • 'Tween a Rock and an Ed Place
  • A Boy and His Ed
  • A Case of Ed
  • A Ding from Down Under
  • A Fistful of Ed
  • A Glass of Warm Ed
  • A Holly Johnny Christmas
  • A Picture's Worth 1000 Johnnies
  • A Pinch to Grow an Ed
  • A Scholarship for Johnny
  • A Town Called Ed
  • A Twist of Ed
  • Abominable Johnny
  • All Eds Are Off
  • All Pets Are Off
  • An Ed Too Many
  • An Ed in the Bush
  • An Ed is Born
  • Avast Ye Eds
  • Baby, You Stink
  • Bath Time for Johnny
  • Bicker Me Not
  • Black & White & Johnny All Over
  • Boo, Dude
  • Boom Boom Out Goes the Ed
  • Boys Will Be Eds
  • Brother, Can You Spare an Ed?
  • Bugged Out Johnny
  • Button Yer Ed
  • Bye Bye Nikki? Part 1
  • Bye Bye Nikki? Part 2
  • Cat Scratch Johnny
  • Cecil B. Delusioned
  • Cleanliness Is Next to Edness
  • Clonesy
  • Code Cracking Johnny
  • Coming to a Johnny Near You
  • Cool Hand Ed
  • Cool Hand Johnny
  • Crash Test Johnny
  • Cry Ed
  • Dark Johnny
  • Date and Switch
  • Dawn of the Eds
  • Dear Ed
  • Deck the Mall
  • Dial J for Johnny
  • Dim Lit Ed
  • Dolly Johnny
  • Don't Rain on My Ed
  • Dueling Eds
  • Dukey Jekyll and Johnny Hyde
  • Dukey See Johnny Do
  • Ed Overboard
  • Ed in a Halfshell
  • Ed or Tails
  • Ed, Ed and Away
  • Ed, Edd n Eddy's Jingle Jingle Jangle
  • Ed-n-Seek
  • Ed... Pass it On...
  • Eds-Aggerate
  • Eeny, Meeny, Miney, Ed
  • Every Which Way But Ed
  • Extra Credit Johnny
  • Fa-La-La-La-Ed
  • Fangs A Lot Johnny
  • Flea-Bitten Ed
  • Floss Your Ed
  • Fool on the Ed
  • For Your Ed Only
  • For the Ed, by the Ed
  • FrankenJohnny
  • From Here to Ed
  • Future Johnny
  • Gil-Stopping Johnny
  • Gimme, Gimme Never Ed
  • Girlie Boys
  • Good Ol' Johnny Test
  • Green Johnny
  • Guess Who's Coming to Johnny's for Dinner
  • Hair's Johnny
  • Hand Me Down Ed
  • Hands Across Ed
  • Here Johnny, Here Boy
  • Here's Mud in Your Ed
  • High Heeled Ed
  • Home Cooked Eds
  • Honor Thy Ed
  • Hot Buttered Ed
  • How the Rent-A-Cop Stole Christmas
  • How to Become a John-i Knight
  • How to Train Your Johnny
  • I Am Curious Ed
  • Idol Time at the Mall
  • If It Smells Like an Ed
  • In Like Ed
  • In a Retail Wonderland...
  • Is There an Ed in the House?
  • It Came From Outer Ed
  • It's All Relative, Johnny
  • It's Always Courtney, Courtney, Courtney!
  • It's Du-Kay Johnny
  • It's Easter, Johnny Test!
  • It's Way Ed
  • It's an Invasion, Johnny
  • J is For Genius
  • Johnny Alternative
  • Johnny Applesauce
  • Johnny B.C.
  • Johnny Bench
  • Johnny Boat Racing
  • Johnny Cruise
  • Johnny Daddy Day
  • Johnny Degrees Below Zero
  • Johnny Double Coupons
  • Johnny Dukey Doo
  • Johnny Escape From Bling Bling Island
  • Johnny Germ Fighter
  • Johnny Get Yer Gum
  • Johnny Goes Camping
  • Johnny Goes Gaming
  • Johnny Goes Viral
  • Johnny Grow Your Own Monster
  • Johnny Holiday
  • Johnny Irresistible
  • Johnny Kart Racing
  • Johnny Lock Down
  • Johnny Long Legs
  • Johnny McCool
  • Johnny Mustache
  • Johnny Opposite
  • Johnny Re-Animated
  • Johnny Smells Good
  • Johnny Susan Susan Johnny
  • Johnny Swellville
  • Johnny Test in 3D
  • Johnny Test in Outer Space
  • Johnny Test's Day Off
  • Johnny Test's Quest
  • Johnny Test: Monster Starter
  • Johnny Trick or Treat
  • Johnny Tube
  • Johnny Two-Face
  • Johnny Unplugged
  • Johnny Vets Dukey
  • Johnny With a Chance of Meatloaf
  • Johnny X Strikes Back Again
  • Johnny X and the Attack of the Snowmen
  • Johnny X-Factor
  • Johnny X... Again?
  • Johnny X: A New Beginning
  • Johnny X: The Final Ending
  • Johnny and Bling-Bling Bond Bond
  • Johnny and Clyde
  • Johnny and Dark Vegan's Battle Brawl Mania
  • Johnny and the Beanstalk
  • Johnny in Charge
  • Johnny of the Deep
  • Johnny on the Job
  • Johnny on the Spot
  • Johnny vs. Bling Bling IV
  • Johnny vs. Bling-Bling: The Ultimate Battle
  • Johnny vs. Dukey
  • Johnny vs. The Mummy
  • Johnny vs. The Tickler
  • Johnny vs. the Dukenator
  • Johnny'mon
  • Johnny's 100th Episode
  • Johnny's Amazing Cookie Company
  • Johnny's Amazing Race
  • Johnny's Big Dumb Sisters
  • Johnny's Big Sister Smackdown
  • Johnny's Chipmunk Chit Chat
  • Johnny's First Annual Snowball
  • Johnny's Got Talent
  • Johnny's Got a Wart!
  • Johnny's Head in the Clouds
  • Johnny's Hungry Games
  • Johnny's Junky Trunk
  • Johnny's Keys To Success
  • Johnny's Last Chapter
  • Johnny's Left Foot
  • Johnny's Monkey Business
  • Johnny's Monster Mash
  • Johnny's New BFF
  • Johnny's New Super Mega Villain
  • Johnny's Next Episode
  • Johnny's No. 1 Fan
  • Johnny's Petting Zoo Posse
  • Johnny's Rat Race
  • Johnny's Rough Around the Hedges
  • Johnny's Royal Flush
  • Johnny's Super Massive Kart Wheelies 7
  • Johnny's Supreme Theme
  • Johnny's Testosterone
  • Johnny's Treasure
  • Johnny's Trophy Case
  • Johnny's Ultimate Treehouse
  • Johnny's Winter Jacket
  • Johnny's World Prank Wars I
  • Johnny's World Record
  • Johnny's Zombie Bomb
  • Johnny-O's
  • Johnnycicle
  • Johnnyitis
  • Join the Johnny Scouts
  • Keeping up with the Eds
  • Key to My Ed
  • King Johnny
  • Knock Knock Who's Ed?
  • Know it All Ed
  • Kylie Smylie
  • Lakeside Johnny
  • Laugh Ed Laugh
  • Lawn Gone Johnny
  • Life Slaver
  • Little Ed Blue
  • Look Before You Ed
  • Look Into My Eds
  • Losing Your Lemon
  • Love At Worst Sight
  • Magic Johnny
  • May I have this Ed?
  • Mirror, Mirror, on the Ed
  • Mission Ed-Possible
  • Momma's Little Ed
  • Mr. and Mr. Perfect
  • Mush, Johnny, Mush
  • My Dinner With Johnny
  • My Fair Ed
  • My Johnny Guard
  • Neighborhood Wash
  • Nightmare on Johnny's Street
  • No Homework for Johnny
  • No Speak Da Ed
  • O-Ed Eleven
  • Oath to an Ed
  • Old School Johnny
  • On Your Mark, Get Set... Date
  • Once Bitten, Twice Ed
  • Once Upon an Ed
  • One + One = Ed
  • One Quiet Day
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  • Oops, I Dialed It Again
  • Operation: B.U.L.L.I.E.S.
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  • Pain in the Ed
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  • Past and Present Johnny
  • Pick an Ed
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  • Postcards from the Ed
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  • Sir Ed-a-Lot
  • Sleepover at Johnny's
  • Smile for the Ed
  • Smooth Talking Johnny
  • Sorry, Wrong Ed
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  • Stop, Look and Ed
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  • Take This Ed and Shove It
  • The Graduate
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  • The Day the Ed Stood Still
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  • The Good, The Bad and The Ed
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  • The Lords of Malltown
  • The Luck of the Ed
  • The New Jonesy
  • The One with the Cold Sore
  • The One with the Text Message
  • The Quantum of Johnny
  • The Return of Johnny Super Smarty Pants
  • The Sands of Johnny
  • The Sushi Connection
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  • They Call Him Mr. Ed
  • Thick as an Ed
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  • Unhappy Anniversary
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  • Who Let the Ed In?
  • Who's Johnny?
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  • Who, What, Where, Ed
  • Whoa, Baby
  • Will Work for Ed
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  • An ad campaign for the Goosebumps TV series.
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  • The documentary Another Day at the Office.
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  • The film The New Guy.
  • The film Three Men and a Baby.
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  • The film of the same name.
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  • The phrase "major ungratefulness."
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  • The school event of the same name.
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  • The word "cheapskate," used to describe someone who spends as little money as possible.
  • The phrase "selling out to the Man," used in reference to working a regular, steady job.
  • The Star Wars weapon "lightsabers," the candy Lifesavers, and real life savers.
  • Friends episode titles, all of which started with "The One..."
  • The term "birthday boy," used for a boy having a birthday.
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  • Friends' episode titles, most of which begin with "The One..."
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  • The term "insert name here," often found on nametags and forms to indicate where to write a name.
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  • A portmanteau of the term deadbeat and the movie Dead Poets Society.
  • A portmanteau of the Star Wars line "Welcome to the Dark Side," the Star Wars character Darth Vader, and Darth.
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  • Bloo visits a retirement home and disguises himself as a senior, getting to live there and being pampered all day long. When Mac finds out about it, Madame Foster teams up with him in order to get Bloo out of there.
  • A rich benefactor is considering giving money to a charity, and visits Foster's to see if it is worthy. Mr. Herriman gets Mac and Bloo to keep Coco out of the way but in the end it is only when the benefactor mistakes Coco as Mr. Herriman's wife that he considers Foster's, and invites them to his mansion where he will decide which charity gets the money. Mr. Herriman then tries to teach Coco to be sophisticated, while Mac and Frankie teach Bloo sarcasm, since he doesn't understand that Mr. Herriman was being sarcastic when he and Mac were promised jet cars.
  • This episode tells the story of "The Big Cheese" through the eyes of a pint-sized imaginary friend named Peas, detailing how he helped Frankie turn a negative into a positive.
  • Mac falls on a girl named Goo when he gets something out of a tree, and she begins visiting Mac everyday at Foster's. With her hyper active imagination, she creates a new friend one after another, which causes a big problem for the other imaginary friends in the house. After she creates so many imaginary friends that it crowds the whole house, the others have to sleep in the Foster's bus and feel that Mac is responsible for Goo's continuous visits.
  • Bloo and the gang arrive at Mac's apartment for slumber party that Mac didn't plan. But because they are all so loud, Mac's mom could wake up and get them all into trouble.
  • The gang goes to an arcade and everyone's winning lots of tickets except Bloo. Bloo then becomes very interested in a prize thats 500 tickets: glow in the dark Dracula teeth. Bloo wants them to give him their tickets so he can get one, but the others decided to collect all of their tickets and get a rubber elephant, which Bloo grows an obsession with later on.
  • Foster's is being put on TV, and Frankie wants everything perfect. Meanwhile, Cheese keeps showing up at Foster's, despite being told numerous times that he doesn't live there. In an attempt to keep him out, Mr. Herriman installs a security system. Unfortunately, due to his misreading of the directions, nobody knows the password except for Cheese, who memorized the code as a song. It is now up to the gang to get Cheese to recite it, but now he won't say it, and craziness ensues.
  • When Bloo becomes jealous of Eduardo and the other friends for appearing on TV, he pretends to be a very sick friend in order to appear, despite the fact that it is only for friends up for adoption. A Hollywood agent named Kip Snip soon turns him into a star, but starts to treat him badly and won't let him see Mac.
  • When the whole house goes to a fair, Mac and Bloo compete to see who will throw up last on a ride called the Vomit Comet. Bloo ditches Mac to ride in Madame Foster's Firebird, but a "quick" stop at the fabric store that is just across the street from the fair suddenly turns into a nightmare for Bloo that doesn't seem to end, causing him to take big measures to try to get out of it.
  • Mr. Herriman isn't happy about Bloo not perfectly following the rules of the house. When Bloo is told by Mr. Herriman that he will be kicked out of the home if he doesn't follow the rules, Bloo gets so stressed out that he accidentally breaks a bust of Madame Foster. Bloo and his friends try to figure a way to fix the broken bust before Mr. Herriman finds out.
  • Bloo tries to decipher a message from friends whose vocabulary has only one word each, like Coco. When he figures it out, he doesn't believe it until he realizes it is true.
  • Foster's is finally able to get rid of Duchess when she is adopted. However, the family that adopted her turns out to be Mac's neighbors and her complaining gets to be too much for Mac's mother to handle. Terrence tells Mac that she is thinking about moving to Singapore. Mac and Bloo attempt to frame Duchess by wrecking up her owner's home, but this only makes them love her more. They decide that they must bring her back to Foster's, but are prevented from doing so when Terrence warns of their arrival.
  • A rich kid named Barry Bling comes to Foster's looking for a friend. He has a mansion filled with toys, which tempts Bloo so much that he starts cheating on Mac. But there's something strangely familiar about Barry...
  • When Eduardo gets fleas from his puppy, he becomes discontent as the fleas are driving him mad. However, despite the way he feels, he decides to keep the fleas on him when he befriends them; though Frankie and Mr. Herriman want none of it and they decide to go to drastic lengths to get the fleas removed. Meanwhile, Bloo wants to get some fleas of his own and he does anything possible in order to attempt to get Eduardo to share them.
  • Frankie tells Bloo that static electricity can be produced by rubbing socks together. After learning this, he zaps Frankie, then Wilt, then both Wilt & Frankie at the same time. Running through the halls, he zaps Madame Foster, Coco and Jackie Khones. He tries to zap Mr. Herriman, but nothing happens. Bloo "re-charges" by rubbing onto the rug, a towel, an imaginary friend, and two socks. After that, he gives Eduardo a big zap. But in the end, Bloo zaps himself while trying to get the door open for his package.
  • Mr. Herriman tells Bloo to sort the trash for punishment because Bloo hosted a mud-wrestling tournament in the living room. Mac comes along and talks Bloo into pretending it is fun so that other people will want to do it. Soon, he has everybody doing it. Mac tries to tell him that it isn't fun after Bloo refuses to go do something else. He thinks everybody is gonna take the trash for themselves and tells them to get out. Then he realizes it isn't fun without the guys and walks away, until Mr. Herriman comes in and tells him to finish sorting the trash.
  • An imaginary pen, that resembles Abraham Lincoln, is caught with a student cheating on a test by Mac's teacher. He is saved from the classroom's closet by Mac and Bloo along with his au pair, a green ogre named Moose. The Lincoln pen cons Madame Foster into a new plan to adopt an overcrowded home to unsuspecting adopters for a fee, then takes over the house, planning to turn it into a casino.
  • Phone Home: Bloo is jealous of Wilt getting special attention for the number of abandoned imaginary friends he brings to Foster's, so he tries to rescue imaginary friends just like Wilt does. When Bloo finds a man in a cell-phone suit and thinks he's a friend, he takes him to Foster's, thinking everyone will give him more praise than they give Wilt.
  • After beating Mac's high score in a video game, Bloo goes to rub it in his face at school, but is horrified when he comes to the conclusion that Mac is a nerd. When Mac arrives, Bloo quickly works to make Mac cool, but none of their ideas work. Just as Mac says he doesn't care about being cool, the coolest kid in the school, Jamez Withazee tells him that the fact that he doesn't want to be cool, makes him cool, and invites him to 'The Rock.' Since Mac takes up this offer and is not at Foster's at 3 o' clock, Mr. Herriman is very quick to ensure that Bloo gets adopted.
  • Bloo tricks Mac into making crank calls to Mr. Herriman. Their joke is simply blowing raspberries into the phone, redialing again and again. Each time Herriman tries to get back at them by doing the same thing, it isn't them redialing, it's Frankie asking about groceries in the mall. The last call Herriman gets wasn't from Mac and Bloo or Frankie. It was from Madame Foster.
  • Richie Wildebrat, a kid at Mac's School, keeps bragging about his imaginary friend, Blake Superior and how they'll win the imaginary friend talent show pageant. Mac wants to beat him so it can end Richie's bragging, so he asks Bloo to enter the pageant, but Bloo doesn't want to. Bloo gets the hiccups, which Blake says is ridiculous, so Bloo decides to enter.
  • When a recent adoption leaves a room at Foster's vacant, Bloo, Coco, Wilt, and Eduardo all fight over it, along with another friend named Peanut Butter. Everybody soon starts to make contests to see who will win the room, which leads Bloo to try to make contests that he can cheat at.
  • Bloo has a reputation for being a funny imaginary friend, though his jokes sometimes offend people. When Bloo cracks a joke about an imaginary friend's height, the "New Guy" challenges him to meet him outside at 4 o'clock.
  • Jackie Khones questions Bloo about Mac's backpack and Bloo becomes obsessed with finding out what's in it.
  • When Foster's needs a new roof, Bloo bakes up a plan to sell Madame Foster's amazing cookies after his first attempt at selling lemonade in the middle of winter fails. When they finally get enough money to buy a new roof, Bloo gets a "little" carried away, but this craziness further becomes bigger as he wants to become rich and make all the imaginary friends his servants. Meanwhile, Frankie eats all the cookies she can find, for she's crazy for them. The ending credits briefly shows that she's gotten fat from her near constant eating.
  • Coco escapes from Foster's, and a chain of events has her on adventures all over the world.
  • A plan to have Mr. Herriman mellow out backfires as conditions at the home deteriorate.
  • After Eduardo finds a puppy when he was taking out the trash, he decides to keep it, despite the fact that dogs are not permitted inside the house due to Mr. Herriman suffering from a fear of dogs. However, despite Eduardo's best efforts, the dog gets loose and starts causing problems that Eduardo takes the blame for in fear of the puppy being found out.
  • Mac wins a sweepstakes and receives tickets to Europe. But when the gang tries to pack at the last second, everyone has delays that make them later and later; Frankie is making sure that Madame Foster can take care of the house while everyone is gone, though all she wants to do is break the rules, which is tempting to Bloo.
  • Seeing Red: Terrence has an idea to make up a friend named Red to beat Bloo up with so he can bully Mac to his heart's content, though the friend he creates is friendly instead of being mean and violent.
  • Bloo is convinced Mac is going to be married, so he tries to grow up in order to impress Mac.
  • It's Madame Foster's birthday and Frankie has forgotten to buy streamers, so Mr. Herriman orders her to go get some. Bloo, Eduardo, Mac, Wilt, and Coco tag along, but wander off while in the store, slowing Frankie down.
  • It's Bloo's birthday, and his cake is being guarded by Mr. Herriman. After being refused to have his cake, Bloo leaves and Frankie comes in and sees Mr. Herriman sleeping on the job. She makes it look like he ate the cake in his sleep and leaves. Mr. Herriman soon wakes up and notices this and thinks he indeed ate the cake, at which point Frankie is yelling for Bloo to come into the kitchen, as they both enter, Frankie sees the cake is gone and scolds Bloo for it and threatens to kick him out. Feeling guilty, Mr. Herriman confesses that he ate the cake, on which both Frankie and Bloo begin to laugh, saying they pulled a prank on him and that the cake is just fine. When Frankie opens the refrigerator to show that the cake is fine, it actually is gone, having been taken by Madame Foster.
  • Bloo ruins Mac's hair with gum the day before School Picture Day. Bloo tries to make it up to him but only makes matters worse.
  • Bloo finds out about a door in the home that everyone is forbidden to open. As he asks around about the door, no one tells him what is inside of it. However, in the middle of the night, Bloo finally opens the door, and releases imaginary friends called scribbles. The scribbles are natural hard-workers that begin to work around the house, making everyone lazy.
  • Bloo tries getting a secret decoder ring from a cereal box. Mr. Herriman forbids him to get the toy without eating the cereal down to the ring. He then realizes that a secret decoder ring can decode his files on house residents and competes with Bloo in order to get the ring first.
  • In her sleep, Goo accidentally creates all the villain characters from a make believe game that she had helped out on while the power was out at the home during a thunderstorm, who then imprison Mac and Bloo at the home. Now, the gang must finish the game to save their friends.
  • Bloo finds a strange rock digging in the yard and it is declared to be a fossil by Phineus B. Vurm, the bookworm imaginary friend. Bloo treats it as a pet until Frankie reveals it's actually petrified feces.
  • Everyone in Fosters is sick of Herriman's rules, so Frankie decides that she should run for president. Bloo also decides to run when it is stated that any resident of the house can be a candidate. After Bloo resigns, he helps Herriman by giving the house embarrassing and even untrue facts about Frankie. Frankie eventually wins, but Herriman is left without a job.
  • Bloo tries to make a good recording message for the Fosters Home phone, getting various others to help. Eventually, Bloo gets satisfied with one but Madame Foster plugs too many devices into the same outlet as the phone, fricassing the phone from the overload.
  • It's time for the Five Year Creator Reunion Picnic, where imaginary friends' creators come to Foster's to see their imaginary friends. However, once again, Wilt's creator doesn't show up. Wilt, believing that his creator is still mad at him for a past let-down, sets off on a cross-country journey to find an imaginary friend that he lost to in a past basketball game and challenge him to another game to set things straight. Mac, Bloo, Frankie, Coco, Eduardo, officer Nina Valerosa , and two scientists that both fight over Frankie set out to find Wilt, and on the trail meet many twists and turns. All the while, we come to learn about Wilt's mysterious past.
  • When the friends go out to the beach and leave Bloo in the house alone on purpose so that he doesn't ruin the fun, he and Mac try to squeeze in as much fun as possible and make it the best day of their lives.
  • Mac and Bloo have a staring contest and Eduardo tries to talk to them only to think they're frozen solid, consequently getting Frankie to tell him about it. More of the house's residents watch in a bet, as Mac seems to start losing his grip, only to recover it. It is revealed that Bloo was hiding behind a cardboard cut-out of himself.
  • When Mac takes his classmates on a field trip to Foster's, everybody loves Coco and Bloo wants all of the attention. After Coco lays eggs with imaginary friend trading cards, all the friends start trading and collecting the cards. Bloo becomes obsessed, and tries to be the first to collect them all.
  • Eduardo tells some little white lies to the nursery residents of Foster's, and now has to cover his tracks so they can't catch up to him.
  • Mac and Bloo ask Mr. Herriman to go camping. He refuses to let them go but Madame Foster thinks it's a great idea. After they arrive Bloo has eaten all the food. It's up to Mr Herriman to go out in the wild to find some food.
  • Eduardo tries to draw a story but Bloo, Wilt and Coco keep interrupting him, drawing their own additions to the story. Frankie interrupts them, revealing that they had been drawing on a wall in the house.
  • It's Adopt-A-Thought Saturday, an event that focuses on getting good friends adopted on the weekends when children are out of school. Mac and Bloo find out what Adopt-A-Thought Saturday is about after their good friend Jokey gets adopted, and spend the day forcing the friends back into the house so that they won't be adopted.
  • During the production of the home's newspaper, Uncle Pockets, the most frequently adopted imaginary friend to come to Foster's, returns yet again. Uncle Pockets' charm drives all the other friend's attentions to him, making Bloo jealous. Bloo then decides to try and expose Uncle Pockets as a fraud through the home's newspaper.
  • Bloo entertains Mac with an action-packed story about a crystal "potato" of power. A little boy , an alien , a hermit , a magical fairy , and the Superdude attempt to protect the crystal potato from the evil Lord Snooty , who is taking away all the fun in the land ruled by the Queen . The story, Mac finds out, is a complete exaggeration of the day's events at the Foster's home.
  • Mac drafts the gang onto Madame Foster's bowling team to help her beat her arch-rival, Jerkins. But when Mac gets booted off his own team, he must learn the ways of the ball from a bowling guru. Meanwhile, Bloo is the best player on the Foster's team, but the other team steals him by offering him a paddleball if he wins for their team.
  • A new friend named Berry enters the house as sweet as can be, though with one glance at Bloo becomes love struck and is determined to make Bloo love her back, and feels that Mac is a threat to keep Bloo from liking her.
  • Bloo is sad about Eduardo getting adopted and holds auditions to get an alternate one; meanwhile, the residents get letters from those that were adopted in another Adopt-a-Thought Saturday.
  • Bloo announces that an imaginary friend is in trouble. No one wants to help him at first because it might be a trick, but Madame Foster forces Frankie, Coco, Wilt, and Eduardo to help him. They find that the imaginary friend is stuck in a tree and Bloo tries to help by climbing on top of them, but causes them to fall. Madame Foster manages to save the friend, and is awarded for her good deed. Bloo tries to prove that he can also make good deeds, and makes his own home for imaginary friends.
  • Bloo notices after a trip to the grocery store that Frankie has left the keys in the bus, and decides to take Mac for a joyride in the Foster's bus, and Wilt, Coco and Goo promise to keep it a secret much to poor Wilt's disconcern.
  • When Mac visits Foster's, Bloo wants to show him something up on the roof, though when it's time for them to go back downstairs, they find themselves lost and unable to get downstairs. Meanwhile, everyone in the dining room sneaks food when Mr. Herriman isn't looking after he insists they wait for Bloo to arrive before eating dinner.
  • Bloo, along with the rest of the house, plan a surprise party for Mac. However, Mac wants no part of it.
  • One morning, Mac wakes up to find that he's unintentionally created another imaginary friend named Cheese. Madame Foster allows the same rules as there are for Bloo, but Bloo does not approve of his new brother. After many attempts to get rid of him, Cheese disappears on his own. Bloo realizes that Foster's could be a very dangerous place for one so stupid as Cheese.
  • Bloo leaves the fridge open after getting himself a snack, which leads to Frankie telling Wilt to order pizza. Bloo tells him to order five hundred pizzas, at the price of $6532.12. Frankie can't pay that much, so Bloo, Wilt and Ed stall Chris the delivery boy by sitting on him .
  • Bloo and Mac enjoy playing with each other in the mud while raining, which causes them to get sick. As Mac is taken home by Frankie, Bloo misses out on the scary movie the friends planned to watch that night. When Wilt, Eduardo, and Coco begin to believe that the ghost is real, they mistake a pale Bloo to be the ghost. Meanwhile, Frankie gets locked out of the house in the rain after dropping off Mac and, as she tries to get back in, feels she's being stalked.
  • Bloo, Mac, Frankie and others are tangled up in a chaotic series of events when Frankie wins tickets to the premiere of a new action movie starring Rod Tango.
  • Mr. Herriman's carrot addictions lead him to blame Coco for stealing the carrots that were to be used for dinner that night, though it was him who hid them around the house. With no carrots left, the only thing left to make for dinner is "It," a dish that Frankie has never been able to make. When Bloo learns what "It" is, he is determined not to eat it. Mr. Herriman meanwhile is punishing everyone who comes near his hidden carrots, and sending them to their rooms with no supper. Bloo decides to do all the bad things he can think of to escape eating "It" by getting sent to his room, but Mr. Herriman is so busy punishing everyone else, that every time Bloo tries to get in trouble, Mr. Herriman overlooks him, blaming everybody but him, and chaos ensues.
  • The friends have to make their own fun, when rain forces them to cancel a trip to a water park. They decide to upload videos to ViewTube , while Bloo, sulking because of their canceled trip, tries to ruin everyones' fun.
  • Frankie is sick and tired of working without being thanked. One day, a toy box is discovered at Foster's front door. Frankie is ordered to take it to the attic and leave it alone, but she knows there is an imaginary friend trapped inside, and opens the box to find it. When she looks inside, she falls into a strange imaginary world. There, she gets treated like a princess by a mysterious imaginary friend. After tackling certain bizarre toy box trials and tribulations, Bloo, Mac, Wilt, Eduardo, and Coco discover Frankie's whereabouts and set out to rescue her from this strange world. This is the first and only episode to have a TV-PG rating.
  • Frankie and Mr. Herriman are hosting an important party in the foyer to raise funds for the house, so Frankie tells Bloo, Wilt, Eduardo, and Coco to either stay upstairs or outside. After a series of ridiculous deciding, they choose to stay upstairs, but after being there for a while, they decide to go outside. Things are going well until Mac comes with video games and they realize they are stuck outside. the situation becomes chaotic as they try to get inside, and ruin things for Mr. Herriman and Frankie.
  • The gang goes to a swap meet where a pick pocketer is taking money. He accidentally loses a $100 bill, that Eduardo finds. Ed takes his money around the swap meet, looking for something to buy. But even the most sensible of the gang are tempted by the bill, and with the thief also trying to catch his bill, craziness ensues.
  • Goofball John McGee comes to Foster's, who is a total pain. Frankie thinks he's a teenage kid passing himself off as an imaginary friend, who always needs help on homework, needs to wash his jerseys, and eats all the food that Frankie bought from the store, but everyone else believes otherwise. So now, Frankie is out to prove him as a fraud.
  • Frankie is left neck-deep in paperwork when she wants to go out with her friends on Friday night, so Mac tells her he'll file the paperwork for her. Overjoyed by this, Frankie calls him "the best" and kisses him on the cheek. Mac then develops a huge crush on Frankie, and later, Bloo does too. The two start competing for her love the next day as Frankie is unusually happy about the previous night, mentioning how she met the man of her dreams. Soon they realize her unnamed suitor is neither of them, and Mac and Bloo become jealous, trying to thwart every guy she comes in contact with, namely Chris , Prince Charming , and her real date, Dylan, who takes her to a fancy restaurant for their date. Mac, Bloo, Prince Charming, and the delivery boy form a team- and a master plan to get Frankie's new boyfriend.
  • Bloo becomes tired of always losing to Mac at everything, so one day at the Prize Hive, he decides to race Mac to Foster's. The two run into many obstacles on the thirty-mile run, slowing both of them down.
  • The residents prepare for the annual house photo. Meanwhile, Bloo, Mac and Goo search for an answer behind a weird photo of Foster's taken years ago, Eduardo gets an "extreme makeover" from Duchess, Coco realizes she needs to lose weight and Wilt has trouble being in the house photo without getting his head cut out from the banner.
  • A little dare between Mac and Bloo turns into a huge daring competition between the house members once Madame Foster gets involved. Mac is dared to tell Frankie that he loves her by Bloo, which makes him really upset and give other friends insane dares. Mac also dares Bloo to burn all his paddle balls, which makes Bloo mad at Mac. In the finals, Mac is dared to pretend to be Bloo. Since Mac's mad, he mocks him. Bloo does the same, then they realize that they hurt each others' feelings and apologize. Bloo then tells Mac it's not a big deal that he told Frankie he loves her in front of everyone since the world already knows, because Bloo posted it on the Foster's blog .
  • Zombies invade the mall, and the gang have to fight them off and find a way out. Along the way, they are given assistance from some unlikely sources, such as Ron, Darth, and the Clones.
  • With Father away for the day, The DCFDTL invite Cree and the teenagers to their mansion to plan a new strategy against the Kids Next Door, but instead, the teenagers turn it into a wild house party, leaving the DCFDTL to call Sector V for help.
  • iCarly's biggest fan, Mandy Valdez, becomes the show's first one-kid live audience. However, she begins following the cast incessantly and refuses to leave them alone, which annoys the trio. They try to find out how to get her to stop. Meanwhile, Spencer gets to be a drummer for a rock band, but discovers that the band was using him to play in his apartment. In the end, Mandy falls for the band after they dump Spencer, and drives the band insane. Guest Star: Aria Wallace as Mandy Valdez
  • Expanded Acronym: Attack Will Amazingly Ruin Dinner Show
  • Expanded Acronym: Commandos Attempt Kapturing Enemy Dessert - They Weren't Obliging
  • Tommy tries to save his friends from Father's animal weapon after graduating from the KND academy. Sheep from Sheep in the Big City makes a cameo appearance.
  • Expanded Acronym: Southern Hair Attacks Virtually Everyone
  • Expanded Acronym: Getting Really Old Will - Upset Plans
  • Jen and Jonesy get into a prank war. Meanwhile, Caitlin receives free money from an ATM and spends it on earrings, but these attract unwanted attention from Tricia.
  • Expanded Acronym: Many Incarcerated Scoundrels Secretly Implement Operative's Needs
  • Expanded Acronym: Drooling Infants Awarded Perilous Emergency Rescue
  • The Kids Next Door attempts to stop a birthday party for their arch-enemies, the Delightful Children From Down The Lane. But a surprise, and a monstrous guest stands between them and the greatest birthday cake ever.
  • Johnny and Dukey bring characters in a scinece-fiction movie to life with Susan and Mary's 3-d glasses, and now the aliens want to conqure the Earth.
  • The KND try to protect the Macarroni Museum of Art from being ransacked, with the worst KND operative ever, Numbuh 13, on their side.
  • Johnny competes with his family, his friends, and his enemies in a prank war.
  • Jonesy starts his own business, a "breaking bad news service" that delivers all types of bad news to people on behalf of someone else. This service goes well for him until he starts getting pursued by people angry at the messenger and is commissioned by Stone to break up with Nikki for him. Meanwhile, Jen has problems with the Escalator Girls and Caitlin has problems with her new makeup.
  • Johnny disagrees to help the girls test experiments so they create a special doll that can control Johnny but Johnny seeks revenge and creates special dolls that can control the girls.
  • When Carly's grandfather visits and sees her nearly decapitated by a hammer as a result of one of Spencer's sculptures malfunctioning, he wants her to come and live with him in Yakima, WA for safety. He eventually changes his mind and lets Carly remain living with Spencer. First Appearance: Mary Scheer as Mrs. Benson
  • The DCFDTL kidnap the team's classmate, nerdy, spit-talking "Leaky" Leona, and force her to lead them to the dark underbellies of the school. Alerted by Numbuh 5, the team follows them, and find themselves in an ancient school, laden with deadly booby traps. Avoiding them all, the team finds Leona, strangely aged to an old woman, who leads them to the mythical Fountain of Youth! The KND are amazed at the prospect of remaining ten-years old forever, but the DCFDTL desire nothing less than to destroy the Fountain, claiming that the goal of all children should be to grow up.
  • Expanded Acronym: Ghostly Hamsters Overwhelm Spooky Treehouse
  • It's Lila's birthday and the family spends the morning to make her birthday a success. Johnny struggles to make her breakfast, Hugh tries to figure out a good but inexpensive gift for her, and the twins keep trap Lila in her bedroom until Hugh and Johnny are ready.
  • When Freddie offends an international internet sensation, Fred, he gets crushed and says to all of his fans that he will not make anymore Fred videos. Carly, Sam, and Freddie soon start losing friends and aquaintances that are fans of Fred. On the other hand, Spencer puts a magic 8 ball-like toy in control of his life. Guest Star: Lucas Cruikshank as himself/Fred
  • Bloo is determined to win a game of Hide and Seek, so he hides in the trash. Things go awry when a few friends start playing "Kick the Trashbag."
  • Expanded Acronym: Lizzie Underappreciates Nigel's Chowtime Hardworkingness
  • Johnny and Dukey locate the Abominable Snowman during a ski vacation.
  • Numbuh 4's disgust at anything Rainbow Monkey only increases when he finds himself trapped on Rainbow Monkey with a gargantuan, monstrous Rainbow Monkey Kong. He tries to teach it to be a dangerous monster, but all it can do is love. A parody of King Kong.
  • Johnny quits as the girls' test subject and quickly regrets his decision.
  • Expanded Acronym: Desperate Operative Grabs Homework Outta Unusually Spooky Environment
  • Numbuh 1 has a secret girlfriend who he often neglects because of his KND responsibilities, forcing her to use a boyfriend helmet to mind control Numbuh 1.
  • Spencer's art idol, Harry Joyner, gives him much criticism on his three sculptures causing Spencer to become depressed and quit sculpting. To make it up to him, Carly decides to showcase all of Spencer's sculptures on iCarly, but despite the sculptures on the webcast getting many positive comments, Spencer becomes a dental assistant. Carly and her friends try to help him to get back to his old self by convincing Harry Joyner to admit he actually likes the sculptures, while Sam tries to resist the temptation to insult Freddie for a whole week so she doesn't have to pay him $5.00 for each insult. When a dentist pays Spencer to make a sculpture, he splits it with Carly, Sam, and Freddie, and Sam uses the money to insult Freddie. Spencer becomes a artist at the end. Guest Star: Oliver Muirhead as Harry Joyner
  • Jen gets promoted to Assistant Coach at the Penalty Box, but messes up within minutes when she orders way too much wrestling gear. Fortunately, her stepbrother, AKA The Stud, is willing to lend a hand by showing off the fun of wrestling. While the guys and Jen wrestle with this dilemma, Caitlin tries to help Nikki prove to Stone that she's doing better than ever without him.
  • Johnny and Dukey help Mr. Black and Mr. White catch a runaway robot dog before it explodes.
  • Expanded Acronym: Sooper Cool Inventions Encourage New Commercial Enterprises
  • The Test family take a road trip to Upchuck Geysers.
  • While broadcasting an episode of iCarly, Carly jokes, saying that she can beat a boxer named Shelby Marx. Shelby agrees to an exhibition match for charity and publicity. Carly is fine with it at first, when Shelby says that she won't really hurt Carly. But, when it looks like Carly pushed Shelby's grandmother down when she really didn't, Shelby is angry and she wants to really hurt Carly. Guest Star: Victoria Justice as Shelby Marx and Reed Alexander as Nevel Papperman
  • Johnny and his friends enter a Halloween contest in hopes of winning a big candy prize.
  • Johnny, his friends, and his enemies take on a snooty rich boy in a dog sled race.
  • Freddie and Gibby join a band but soon discover the perks and drawbacks after they try to impress two girls. When Carly bans T-Bo from the loft, she gets banned from the Groovy Smoothie. Viewers: 3.627 million viewers.
  • Sam learns that her mother is held in a Las Vegas Jail, so Carly and the gang embark on a road trip to Sin City, where they pawn some of their prized possessions for bail money at a shop run by the three guys. Viewers: 3.527 million viewers.
  • Johnny poses as a princess in order to prevent a war. Meanwhile, Susan and Mary decide that they would like to act like normal girls.
  • When Tricia shows off her new purse dog, she attracts a cute animal-loving guy that Caitlin immediately falls in love with. As such, she goes off on a "save the animals" kick in an attempt to show that he should go out with her. Meanwhile, Jude finds an old silver dollar and ends up getting lost in the vents after he loses it in them, and Wyatt tries to go see a movie.
  • World Wide Wabbit: Mac and Bloo are using Frankie's digital camera to make video interviews for the new Foster's website, when they stumble upon Mr. Herriman dancing, and acting silly. Mac video tapes it, but after a quick laugh he decides to erase the embarrassing footage, but before he manages to do so — Bloo grabs the camera and shows the footage to Frankie, where they eventually upload the footage to the Internet causing Mr. Herriman to be ridiculed, and humiliated by all of the imaginary friends.
  • Jen falls in love with her new co-worker, Coach Halder's son, but has a horrible first date where she learns he's a horrible date. She wants to break up with him, but her friends warn her that if Cory Halder's a jerk, he could convince his father to fire her. To this end, she decides to become the worst girlfriend ever. As this happens elsewhere, Jonesy destroys an expensive speaker at Stereo Shack and has to work for Darth to pay it off. Unfortunately for Jonesy, Darth is mad at him for bullying him in middle school.
  • Johnny creates a magnetic force field on the Earth which makes Porkbelly the new north pole.
  • Johnny, his friends, and his enemies all compete in a boat race against an arrogant rowing team.
  • Numbuh 2 is shot out of the sky by another pilot, who he thinks is a threat.
  • Tricia frames Caitlin for stealing clothes from Albatross & Finch, and Caitlin does her best to clear her name. As Caitlin deals with this crisis, Jude is also having a crisis, as a mannequin that looks exactly like him is being used to model thongs at a beach shop. Meanwhile, Jonesy does his best to get a date with his pretty, French co-worker, Amélie.
  • Wyatt is having bad luck with girls, so Jonesy offers him access to his mythical list: a comprehensive guide to all the girls he's ever dated. The existence of this list angers Nikki, intrigues Wayne, and sets off a war over its possession. Meanwhile, Caitlin's credit card gets stolen, and Jude finds out that he has a lucky zit.
  • Expanded Acronym: Commandos Attempt Kapturing Enemy Desert - They Have Real Extreme Eggravation
  • Numbuh 1, Sonya, and Lee try to save a kid named Shaunie, Numbuh 86's brother, from getting a haircut from his father. Unfortunately, they end up in combat with Shaunie's dad, who is none other than Mr. Boss.
  • Johnny keeps attempting to ride down Suicide hill, but Susan and Mary keep redeeming Johnny's coupons.
  • Johnny and Dukey get framed for stuff that Johnny and Dukey look alike robots do around Porkbelly.
  • The twins' latest invention accidentally makes them dumb thanks to Johnny right before their scholarship interview.
  • Johnny's parents keep setting Johnny up with new friends. When those don't work out, Johnny reveals Dukey's intelligence. Later, Dukey spends more time helping Johnny's parents instead of playing with Johnny.
  • Expanded Acronym: Capturize And Kidnapify Enemy Dessert
  • When Serena tells Wyatt that he's too young for her, Wyatt becomes worried, and tries to act very mature on their next date. Caitlin and Jonesy interview for jobs at Albatross & Finch.
  • Real life becomes a movie after Johnny and Dukey get their paws on the girls' latest invention.
  • Carly and her friends give Sam a ticket for a tour of the Fat Cakes World Headquarters, and Sam gets into trouble for trying to smuggle Canadian Fat Cakes. Meanwhile, Carly gets her toe stuck in a faucet while taking a bath. Viewers: 4.842 million viewers.
  • The guys wait in line to get tickets for a sci-fi movie, but are greeted with many trials and tribulations, most directly brought on by Wayne's interference in their lives. While these three focus on getting into the movie, Caitlin and Jen get into a battle over who'll get to date the muscular handyman who somehow isn't very handy at all.
  • Colonel Steven Shay is not able to make it home for his birthday as planned. Thus, Sam and Freddie break some rules to set up a web chat so Carly can speak to her dad on his birthday. Mrs. Obama, who hears about the Freddie and Sam’s efforts to connect Carly with her dad, then comes to talk to them about the importance of connecting soldiers with their families. Special Guest Star: First Lady Michelle Obama. Viewers: 4.265 million viewers.
  • Expanded Acronym: Big Ugly Lunks Like Intimidating Entrapped Scaredycats
  • Monsters created by the girls' experiments take aim at Porkbelly.
  • After agreeing to help kid comedians Fleck and Dave make a video, Carly and Sam must choose sides when the comedians begin to fight. Fleck keeps infuriating Dave's restrictive father much to Dave's dismay, and the girls are drawn into the conflict. The girls compare their strained relationship to Fleck and Dave's and then begin to fight so badly that Sam quits as both co-host and Carly's friend. When the conflict between the two girls eventually threatens their lives, Fleck and Dave reconcile to reunite Carly and Sam. Meanwhile, Spencer becomes obsessed with winning a boat. Viewers: 8.8 million total viewers , surpassing last season's top-rated episode, "iFight Shelby Marx." Note: "iQuit iCarly" is an iCarly Movie as first announced, and is also shown in two parts .
  • A fly finds its way into Sector V's headquarters. This episode has a musical score, but no spoken dialog.
  • Carly's room is burned down thanks to a gummy bear lamp Spencer made for her birthday. Spencer, Freddie, Sam, and Gibby help rebuild her room with all the $82,000 insurance money received. Guest Star: Jack Carter, as Gibby's grandfather.
  • Fed up with the lack of respect, Dukey has convinced Mary and Susan to turn Johnny into a dog. In the meantime Mary and Susan turn themselves into animals so they can get loved by Gil. It all goes wrong when Animal Control arrives and snatches them.
  • Dark Vegan once again tries to destroy Johnny , who is trying to cheer up lonely Repto-Slicer
  • Expanded Acronym: Stupid Little Undercover Mission Becomes Excitingly Romp
  • In an attempt to attract more viewers, Freddie and Spencer, and Carly and Sam, both compete to see who can draw more viewers to iCarly . Carly and Sam make a sign to hold up outside the window of the studios for Seattle Beat, but a rainfall ruins the sign. Freddie and Spencer build an electronic sign to put up on a freeway, but the sign eventually malfunctions live on-the-air, going from saying "PLEASE GO ONLINE TO iCARLY.COM" to only the letters spelling out "PEE ON CARL" . However, the mistakes still end up drawing more viewers and nobody touches Lewbert's wart. First Appearance: Jeremy Rowley as Lewbert.
  • A little kid named Kenny takes Chimpy to Professor XXXL's lab. While the Professor suspects Kenny will knock open the mysterious disease containers, it is actually Chimpy who causes the havoc.
  • Numbuh 4 tries to get his candy back from Stickybeard on Halloween.
  • A new lime-themed store opens in the food court and Jonesy starts to work there. Caitlin is at first overjoyed to be spending all day with a friend, but this turns to despair when Big Steve tells her the Big Squeeze will move to a strip mall unless it starts to pull a profit and starts outselling the Party Lime. Meanwhile, Wyatt wins two Mighty Weasels backstage passes, and Nikki and Jude battle each other to accompany him backstage to see their favorite band.
  • On Halloween, Carly does a special webcast in apartment 13B, a supposedly haunted apartment. Numerous spooky things happen; lights fail, "blood" appears, objects fall and break, etc., and of course the apartment owners return early. The apartment was later known to be an old apartment as the iCarly crew find that the doorman, Lewbert, had purposely gave them wrong information. Meanwhile, Spencer forgets to buy Halloween candy, and angry kids gang up on him, causing him to be stuck in an oversized pumpkin and rolled into the streets. Guest Stars: Estelle Harris as Mrs. Halberstadt, Jeremy Rowley as Lewbert
  • Tired of Johnny's constant lying, they attach a second mouth to him that does nothing but tell the truth.
  • A love potion goes haywire and turns people into kissing zombies.
  • The series finale. When Herriman tells Bloo that Mac is moving, Bloo decides to give him the best day ever, though things do not go as he plans. All day, Mac does things with everyone but Bloo, making him angrier after every disappointment. However to everyone's surprise/relief , it turns out Mac is moving to an apartment that was held by Louise's family, and with Cheese unable to follow her because her new home doesn't allow imaginary friends, he moves into Foster's. This was Craig McCracken's final project before he stopped working at Cartoon Network.
  • A big time producer offers to make iCarly into a hit TV show after seeing how much his daughter loves watching their web show. At first it is great because Carly, Sam and Freddie get paid, ride in a limo and get a new band. After the first rehearsal, they regret letting the producer make iCarly into a TV show, because the producer changes the show and destroys it. The producer gets rid of the iCarly band to fit in Zeebo the dinosaur, Sam is fired for being pushy and aggressive and is replaced by an untalented "princess" of a movie actress, Amber Tate, and the producer makes Freddie do janitorial work. Meanwhile, with the kids at the TV studio, Mrs. Benson and Spencer try to fill the void by acting like a family to each other. In the end, after Carly has had enough of the changes, she tells the producer that the show isn't even iCarly anymore and the producer agrees with her. Carly gets the rights to the title back and changes iCarly back to how it's supposed to be. The producer puts Zeebo the dinosaur and the bad movie actress who replaced Sam into another TV show, which performs terribly. Meanwhile, to celebrate the return of the real iCarly, the lead of the iCarly band performs his favorite song. Guest Star: Leon G. Thomas III as Harper and David Starzyk as Brad and Rachel Fox as Amber Tate.
  • Numbuh 4 tries to battle it out with an evil adult in his couch.
  • Numbuh 5 tries to find an intruder in the KND treehouse.
  • A gigantic snowstorm hits, and everybody flocks to the mall, much to the horror of Ron the Rent-a-Cop. Because it's three days to the gigantic winter dance, however, everyone else has bigger issues to deal with: Jen has to organize pretty much everything , Caitlin is trying to find the perfect date, Jonesy is trying to get Tara Johansen to go out with him, Wyatt needs to find a way to ask out Marlowe, Nikki is trying to find a way to not think of the dance, Jude is off hanging out with the Zamboni driver, and the relationship between Darth and Julie is on the rocks.
  • Because Ms. Briggs is mean to everyone, Carly and Freddie spy on Ms. Briggs to see what mean teachers do after school for a segment on iCarly. They find out she is addicted to Randy Jackson and they eventually get caught when Sam tries to get them out. She threatens to call the police and expel them unless she performs on her webshow. She ends up performing on the bagpipes and their view count drops instantly. But when they use the green screen to get hilarious backgrounds, people come back and iCarly has more viewers than ever. Meanwhile, Spencer has a girlfriend who can juggle. Guest Star: Mindy Sterling as Miss Briggs.
  • Jonesy accidentally breaks up George and Gracie Bickerson's marriage and Nikki won't speak to Jonesy until he gets them back together. Meanwhile, Caitlin realizes that her co-worker at the Big Squeeze is a guy named Kevin, and starts planning ways for them to meet.
  • Expanded Acronym: Boys Ruin Everything And Kreate Upset People
  • Numbuh 2's little brother, who is shunned by Sector V, joins forces with a villain.
  • When Nikki finds out about Chrissy secretly being a member of Darth's Jedi Knight Club, Chrissy swears her to secrecy on pain of being fired. Nikki agrees, but tells Chrissy's secret to her friends, and in a bid to sell Chrissy some plastic wrap, Jonesy accidentally mentions Chrissy's love of Star Wars. Nikki gets fired, and eventually goes to work at the Stereo Shack, much to her annoyance as Darth is continually hitting on her. Meanwhile, Lydia reappears, this time stalking Wyatt.
  • Johnny retrieves the long-lost smarty pants, and becomes the smartest kid in school. Not wanting to be outsmarted, his sisters go to great lengths to de-pants him.
  • When a condemned hotel gets haunted by a ghost Susan and Mary drag Johnny, Dukey and Gil into the house to prove that the ghosts are fake. NOTE: This episode parodies several Scooby-Doo aspects, including the recurring gags.
  • Expanded Acronym: Stuffy Puffy Animal Now Kruelty Enacts Nasty Spanking To Investigator's Notable End
  • While ill, the boys must deal with an escaped criminal and worse, Neil's parents.
  • Expanded Acronym: Meeting of Villains Isn't Entertaining
  • Johnny and Dukey try to catch bugs, only happen to come upon a ladybug with a voracious appetite.
  • Johnny goes on a trip to the museum and brings the things to life, including a mummy.
  • A termite infestation at Foster's forces Mr. Herriman to move the Friends into a hotel for the night. While at the hotel, Bloo, being rambunctious, gets out of hand, disobeying all of Mr. Herriman's rules. To get rid of him, Wilt, Eduardo, and Coco play a prank on Bloo, though Mr. Herriman believes Bloo did it. Bloo, angry at Coco, challenges her to a prank war, turning the night into an outrageous chain of pranks. This is the only episode of Foster's Home for Imaginary Friends that Mac is absent in, making Bloo the only character to appear in every episode of Foster's Home for Imaginary Friends.
  • When there is a contest to see who gets the biggest locker in their school, Sam and Freddie both win and have to share the locker. Carly begs Spencer for art lessons, but she ends up not liking his teaching style. Spencer and Ms. Fielder wind up painting each other. Guest Stars: Cherise Bangs as Ms. Fielder
  • On iCarly, Sam and Freddie show their viewers how to make Spaghetti Tacos. Food TV calls to invite them to be interviewed. During the interview, Ricky Flame comes in and challenges them to a "Food Fight", competing over who can make the best Spaghetti Tacos. When the iCarly gang wins, Ricky is crushed, and quits cooking forever. The iCarly gang try to cheer him up by tempting him with cooking, but his head falls in the salad. Later, he sends them a video, telling them to meet him at the wrestling ring. When they get there, Ricky is wrestling little kids because he figured out that he doesn't like to cook, but he likes to win, and when he's fighting kids, there's no way he can lose. After the gang learns of his true greedy nature and Ricky harasses Carly by wrestling and pinning her down, Sam brings him down, and the show ends. Meanwhile, Spencer has a vision of the future, that he will hug a character from Galaxy Wars when he is shocked by Sam's new 100 volt locker security system and goes to great measures to make sure it comes true. Viewers: "iCook" was watched by an average of 3.766 million viewers.
  • When Jonesy and Nikki realize they've been dating for three months, their friends pressure them into getting each other gifts. Unfortunately, neither is sure what to get the other, and this is not helped by the pressure to make sure that their gifts are worth the same even though they don't know what the other person will get. Meanwhile, Jude's aunt is visiting, so he's sleeping at Wyatt's house–except Jude isn't sleeping, which means Wyatt cannot sleep either.
  • Guest Stars: Haley Ramm as Missy Robinson, Ryan Ochoa as Chuck Chambers, and David St. James as Mr. Howard
  • Tommy embarks on a journey with a cowardly cleanliness-fearing captain in the bath waters. A parody of Star Trek and Moby Dick.
  • The KND try to make a present for the Global KND anniversary.
  • When Jonesy gets a job at a TV station due to his uncle working there, a news crew entrusts a camera to him so that he can take some film of the mall. He soon gets a different idea, however, and he and Jude go off to make pilots for various reality TV series, finally settling on using Caitlin to prank Nikki. While the other four are otherwise engaged, Jen finds out that Wyatt is failing gym and decides to train him.
  • Expanded Acronym: Juvenile Escapes With Extremely Luscious Sweet
  • Expanded Acronym: Hands Off Thermostat Says The Upset Father Furiously
  • When Jonesy tries to open an account at the bank, he finds that there's a long line in front of him. Soon, he gets bored, and when he sees an empty desk, he takes the time to sit there, and is mistaken for a high-level bank executive. Meanwhile, Nikki plays a series of pranks on her coworkers.
  • The KND try to find fuel for their spaceship on an abandoned one.
  • Carly, Sam & Freddie are thrilled when they are invited to a mixed martial arts fight to do an iCarly bit filmed backstage, though Spencer refuses to let them go. Upset by this, they set up a risky scheme to sneak out by hiring some look-alikes to fool Spencer into thinking they are still there. Meanwhile, Spencer builds a large version of a newton's cradle. Guest Stars: Malese Jow as Carly Shay's Look Alike, Annie DeFatta as Sam Puckett's Look Alike, and Gabriel Basso as Freddie Benson's Look Alike.
  • Johnny goes back in time in order to get a sloth bone for the twins, but when he returns he becomes a caveman, interfering with his grounding from selling Hugh's personal items.
  • When salad oil is discovered in the school playground, Numbuh 1 must find a way to save recess, while still keeping a promise to Lizzie. Principal Smelling and his assistant somewhat parody Klink and Burkhalter in Hogan's Heroes.
  • Numbuh 3 is cold, so she turns up the heat even though she is not allowed by her father. But it gets so warm, the KND have to turn down the heating before Numbuh 3's house explodes. Meanwhile, Numbuh 4 watches over Mr. Sanban.
  • Mr. Whacko invents a new helium gum that lifts kids into the sky, and Johnny must save them.
  • Johnny does a spider DNA experiment for his sisters but when Hugh orders Johnny to be normal, Susan accidentally increases the DNA and becomes a real spider. Now Dukey must save Johnny from the hands of Bumper and Johnny and Dukey are switch bodies.
  • When Bumper uses Kung-fu moves to take over the school, Johnny seeks Dukey's Kung-fu advice, but to no avail.
  • Sam and Freddie are upset when Carly is offered a full scholarship to an elite private school. They do not want her to do this because it would mean the end of iCarly. Carly is evenly split on what to do. Sam and Freddie come up with a scheme that will sure Carly won't switch schools. Meanwhile, Spencer creates a miniature golf course that becomes popular with tons of kids. Guest Star: Lise Simms as Mrs. Peelof, Noah Munck as Gibby. Segment: Mini Golf
  • Expanded Acronym: Twins Reconnaissance Increases Peril
  • Expanded Acronym: Important - Steal Creamy Refrigerated Edibles Avoid Meltdown
  • Expanded Acronym: Dance Actually Threatens Everyone
  • Chaos erupts at the mall when the Tests try to pose for a family portrait.
  • Carly gives Sam a special T-shirt as a present on their fifth year anniversary of being best friends. Sam then trades it for Cuttlefish concert tickets for Carly and herself which abruptly starts a fight between them. Freddie believes this will adversely affect iCarly, so he tries to let viewers decide who's right using a poll on the website. They agree to become friends again at the end. Meanwhile, Spencer builds an automatic fish feeder in true Rube Goldberg style, to little avail, but he doesn't realize the slight problem with it.
  • Mushi tries to get revenge on Numbuh 2 after being double grounded by transferring Count Spankulot's power onto a Rainbow Monkey.
  • Starr wants to help Wyatt get over Serena, so she introduces him to poetry readings at Grind Me. Jonesy gets a new job at the mall pharmacy, and he starts finding out juicy little tidbits of information that he can't divulge due to the pharmaceutical oath his boss has made him take.
  • Series Finale. In live-action interviews, Numbuhs 2-5 are re-commissioned as adults and tell what happened to Numbuh 1 on the final mission. In the story, every Kids Next Door operative and villain must go on a scavenger hunt for the Delightful Children's Cake. During the hunt, Sector V is dead last and are losing the Scavenger Hunt. During the interviews, some unexpected things, about Numbahs 2-4, are revealed . Towards the end it is supposed that when the DCFDTL fell down in the toilet at the park, that they most likely fell to their deaths. This means that Sector Z is gone forever too. After getting Father's pipe, Numbuh 1 wins the Hunt and is assigned to help out the GKND. After saying goodbye to his parents and his sector, leaving Numbuh 5 in charge, Numbuh 1 leaves Earth for what seems like forever. After the interviews are done, we see Numbuh 5 saying that the re-commissioning is starting to wear off, but she hopes that they helped answer all the interviewer's questions. The man says, "Oh, you've helped me, all right." The camera turns around to show that the interviewer is really Father, who says, "Now I know where Numbuh 1 is!" The transmission is momentarily interupted, and when it returns, we see Numbuh 5 talking on a 2x4 phone and we hear her say "Yeah,we told him everything he wanted to hear. We'll meet ya back on the moonbase ok? Oh and Numbuh 1, welcome back." which indicates that, at least Numbuhs 2-5 were never de-commissioned, and after a long period of time in the GKND, Numbuh 1 finally returns. .
  • The General puts Johnny and his friends under house arrest when an awesome air show heads into town.
  • Expanded Acronym: Overflowed Undersea Treehouse Bears Really Extra Awful Kontamination
  • A mysterious disease spreads around Gallagher Elementary, and Numbuh 2 investigates. A parody of Sweeney Todd.
  • Expanded Acronym: Sister's Playful Antics Cause Emergency
  • Continues from Operation: S.C.I.E.N.C.E. . Sector V sends Numbuh 2 into hiding at an Amish sector to his extreme dismay.
  • Numbuh 2 attempts to deliver the fourth grade president's message.
  • Numbuh 5 tries to save her sister from a contagious disease.
  • Jonesy gets a job at a mini-golf course, which is supplied with plenty of places to make out. For this reason, he starts a business where he rents people real estate to make out, but when he accidentally places Wyatt and Caitlin together, they somehow have the best kiss ever. Meanwhile, the relationship between Jen and Travis hits the skids, as Travis has come home but the life of a celebrity leaves him little time to spend with Jen. Also, Jude's ten-year-old cousin Jade comes to town and quickly shows that she has a gigantic crush on Jonesy.
  • Expanded Acronym: Dueling Over Gooey Frankfurters Invariably Gives Hoagie Trouble
  • Every KND operative except Sector V and the greatest operative ever: Numbuh 274, are left frozen by two new villains.
  • During heavy rains, London floods. Vyvyan briefly visits Narnia during a game of hide-and-seek, and the boys attempt to cook Neil as a solution to their food problems—but are distracted when they realise that they are trapped in the house with a homicidal, axe-wielding Mr. Balowski.
  • Sam admits to her friends that she's a former child beauty pageant contestant and was kicked out due to her being suspected of pushing a child down, then pushes Carly into competing against her old rival. Eventually though, when Sam learns she can enter the pageant , she enters again, hoping to defeat her arch-rival. Sam actually gets her wish, because she won the pageant. Meanwhile, Spencer talks Freddie into double-dating with him; he reluctantly agrees, but they both get way too distracted by a game and chase the girls away. Note: The episode also contains a reference to another Nickelodeon's show Zoey 101, while Sam and Carly were talking, a background sound saying "My name is Quinn Pensky and I love bunnies!" and a reference to Dan Schneider's wife, Lisa Lillien .
  • Johnny travels to 1845 when school was easier, but he gets stuck there because the power supplier to the Turbo Time Tea house hasn't been invented yet. The sisters and Johnny try to find outdated technology to power the tea house.
  • Expanded Acronym: Creepy Otherworld Under Cushiony Heap
  • Expanded Acronym: Totally Obnoxious Moronic Meddling Youngster
  • Wyatt's birthday is coming up, but he's not happy, as his parents always throw him horrible themed parties. When his friends hear about this, Jen promises to throw him a good party for once; however, various distractions get in their way.
  • Mac makes a home movie about Foster's Home for his school project, but Bloo edits it into a humorous film with flatulent sound effects. This leads him to be entered in the state student film festival. With Bloo's help, they make "T-Rexatron Alienwolf III, A Prequel In Time: The Unrelenting."
  • When a kid-friendly minister receives a funding of approximately eleven-billion dollars, he uses it to build an army of Safety-bots, to make the world a safe place for children. But the robots grow more and more extreme in their actions, eventually planning to eliminate adults, and cover the Earth in bubble wrap.
  • When his father brings Numbuh 4 to work for "Bring Your Daughter To Work Day", Numbuh 4 discovers his father's boss plans to send him and all the girls to Pluto.
  • The gang are fed up with their jobs, so when Jonesy gets a job at the mall amusement park and offers to let them in for free if they take the day off, everybody but Jen jumps at the chance. The gang now has to find a way to get Jen to relax and quit working so hard. Meanwhile, there is tension between Nikki and Caitlin, as Nikki isn't ready to accept Caitlin as a friend.
  • After a fight with her mother Sam moves in with Carly and Spencer. Freddie fears for his safety as a criminal begins stalking him after he recorded him robbing The Groovy Smoothie. Guest Star: Jane Lynch, as Pam Puckett. Note: A new opening montage of pics starts this episode, only keeping Spencer with Marvin the Ostrich, and Carly throwing her blue cowboy hat into the air at the end. Viewers: 5.911 million
  • Johnny wins an ocean cruise for him and his family, but it turns to be just a trap by Bling-Bling Boy, who deliberatley crashes the ship so he can romantically save Susan.
  • Johnny and Dukey decide to remain in super hero mode permanently but find being a superhero is harder than they think.
  • Maurice, a member of the Kids Next Door is de-commissioned. Numbuh 5 is saddened by it, and suggests that they monitor Maurice to make sure the teenagers don’t recruit him.
  • Johnny gets a wart, and when his sisters try to get rid of it, it gives the wart intelligence and seems to make Johnny's life better, but he tries to take over his body as he gets more powerful.
  • The guys get tickets to Dragon Thunder and give them to the girls for safekeeping. Unfortunately, on the premiere date the girls are acting incredibly weird , so the boys have to find a way to get the tickets without angering them.
  • Expanded Acronym: Pirates Invade Repository And Treats Extracted
  • All the teenagers in Sector V's hometown have formed a place called "The Point," and Numbuh 1 suspects that they are helping the adults. Sector V then stages a cheesing at the Point's secret headquarters, but get a little surprise.
  • Jen is trying to learn how to drive but is nervous about her upcoming test. When she learns that Jude is a good driver, she starts taking lessons from him. Jonesy, in need of a new job, sees that Ron needs a new assistant and takes the job. Meanwhile, Caitlin steals Wyatt's ugly lucky jacket to try and get him to realize that his luck isn't dependent on the jacket.
  • The KND tube race to get the DCFDTL's delicious birthday cake.
  • A fellow operative, Numbuh 30c, is sent to help Sector V stop a villain from using a weather machine to make no more snow days for school.
  • Johnny must make a bench for woodshop class or he goes to summer school.
  • Bling Bling uses magic spray to woo Susan.
  • The KND catch wind of some ice cream men who refuse to give ice cream to kids, so they interrogate them and get the password to their ice cream factory, only to be in for a major surprise from the DCFDTL.
  • Expanded Acronym: Crayon Renderings Implicate Mostly Everyone
  • Johnny taps his video-game skills to save the family during a perilous hiking trip.
  • All the pizza goes missing and Johnny must get it back.
  • Johnny and Dukey are transported into their favorite video game, Tiny'Mon , but they end up trapped and must defeat Blast Ketchup, whose name relates to Ash Ketchum, and his Tinymon Kadoomerang, to get back home, with only the seemingly useless Cuddlebuns for protection.
  • Caitlin starts going out with Les Bland, not realizing that the only reason she's going out with him is because he buys her lots of stuff. While Nikki and Jen try to force her to see reality, Wyatt is commissioned by Burger McFlipster's to write a jingle for them.
  • Expanded Acronym: Agents Feared Lost On Awful Tide
  • Expanded Acronym: Am Really Cold That Is Certain
  • Expanded Acronym: Big Reward If Enemy Finished
  • Expanded Acronym: Blackmail Uncovers Titanic Tush
  • Expanded Acronym: Charming Hero Avoids Destruction
  • Expanded Acronym: Children Are Miserable Parents
  • Expanded Acronym: Clear Area Need You Out Now
  • Expanded Acronym: Everyone Nearly De-commissioned
  • Expanded Acronym: Hardly Ordinary Monkey Estate
  • Expanded Acronym: Indecisive Time
  • Expanded Acronym: Kid's Identity Suddenly Sixteen
  • Expanded Acronym: Kids Necks Overwhelmingly Tied
  • Expanded Acronym: Lice Interrupt Cheese Eating
  • Expanded Acronym: Little Operative Very Emotional
  • Expanded Acronym: Love Is Zesty Zany Insanity Eh?
  • Expanded Acronym: Moving Out Of Neighbourhood
  • Expanded Acronym: Party Animals Rule Teens Yell
  • Expanded Acronym: Pre-teens Oppose Prohibition
  • Expanded Acronym: Soda Is X-changed
  • Expanded Acronym: Very Icky Research Under Sea
  • Expanded Acronym: Poor Little Astronauts Never Expected This
  • The boys get a letter from the council telling them their squalid house will be demolished. Vyvyan attempts to stop the demolition by beating the construction crew to it, while Mike tries to sweet-talk the crew, Rick ties himself to a giant cross and Neil attempts suicide.
  • A new cheesy resteraunt opens, but all the cheese is stolen. When Numbuh 2 tries to use his own cheese, he and Numbuh 4 are captured by cheese ninjas.
  • A strange package from South Africa interferes with plans to watch a video nasty on a rented VCR.
  • When Sissy considers Johnny too gross to help her in a science project, he begs Susan and Mary to change his personality.
  • Susan and Mary need to get Lolo away from Johnny and Dukey for various tests when they try to make a profit out of her in order to get a video game system.
  • Guest Star: Drew Roy as Griffin
  • Guest Star: Good Charlotte as themselves
  • Guest Star: Greg Mullavy as Granddad Shay
  • Guest Star: Nicole Anderson as Tasha
  • Expanded Acronym: On Fourteenth Floor Is Corporate Evil
  • Expanded Acronym: Pesky Instruments Advances New Operative
  • Jen and Nathan are still in the elevator trying to find a way to get to the hospital in time so Jen can help her mom give birth. Jude, meanwhile, is chatting with a dead body, Jonesy is being a clown, Courtney is being completely unhelpful, Wyatt is focused on rounding up Diego and Robbie Garcia, and Nikki has discovered that she likes babies.
  • Numbuh 4 uncovers a game in which priceless vases are broken.
  • Johnny, the twins and Lila realize it’s Father’s Day, and they don’t have a gift. They try many disastrous attempts, making Hugh wish they had never remembered!
  • Expanded Acronym: Salad Pushing Invaders Now Attempt Crusade Here
  • Johnny X battles Boy Drone X.
  • Johnny and Dukey are sucked into a history book.
  • Johnny and Dukey are trapped in a video game.
  • Johnny and Dukey try to catch Montague.
  • Johnny becomes Speed McCool's new stunt man.
  • Johnny becomes the hall monitor of the school.
  • Johnny chases Dukey, who refuses to go to the vet.
  • Johnny gets X-Ray goggles.
  • Johnny is accidentally turned into a werewolf.
  • Johnny loses his sight.
  • Johnny meets his future self.
  • Johnny takes on Dark Vegan with help from a fan.
  • Johnny wants to become a internet sensation.
  • Carly's old friend Missy returns to Seattle, and tries to replace Sam. Carly doesn't believe Sam, but when she finds out, she splits her friendship with Missy. Feeling threatened by Missy, Sam goes to Freddie for help. At first, Freddie does not believe her, but soon does. Near the end, Freddie wins a 6-month cruise and gives it to Missy to help Sam. Missy, however gets seasick very easily and vomits almost the whole way. Meanwhile, Spencer begins to pack up to go camping with some of his friends, and gets trapped in the apartment's basement. Chuck, a character reappearing from iHurt Lewbert, permanently traps Spencer for getting him grounded for two days. In return, Chuck decides to lock him in the basement for an equal two days. Note: When Chuck traps Spencer, the music from PakRat in iStage an Intervention is playing when Chuck is playing his videogames. Mr. Howard has returned from the show after being fired in iGot Detention.
  • Susan and Mary build Johnny a robot in order to help him do his homework, but the robot ends up stealing things for Johnny.
  • After a failed date where all their friends interrupted them, Jonesy and Nikki decide to have some alone time at Jonesy's house. All is going well until Nikki uses the bathroom and, through a series of unfortunate events, ends up pretty much wrecking it. Meanwhile, Jude starts dating a much more popular senior named Melinda Wilson.
  • When Nikki proclaims herself to be smarter than Jonesy, Jonesy challenges her to take an IQ test with him so they can truly find out who's smarter. Naturally, Jonesy cheats, but he manages to fool everyone to the point that he's hired to work as an IT advisor at Things That Beep. While Jonesy is busy keeping up the genius ruse, Jude gets hooked on a soap opera, and Jen starts imitating her substitute superior Jane.
  • Sam and Gibby open a secret restaurant in the school's basement. Spencer builds a security robot which develops a glitch. Viewers: 2.828 million viewers.
  • Johnny's dad wants to get Johnny a scholarship to Porkbelly Tech so that he doesn't have to pay for college.
  • This episode illustrates a day at the annual kids' 2x4 tech science fair. Numbuh 2 is present, shoving his "I Can't Believe It's Not Booger" product down the judges' throats.
  • The KND try to rescue a boy from a monster in the closet.
  • Mr. Test donates Johnny's toys without asking.
  • Note: iPsycho is an iCarly movie.
  • Johnny and the gang race in their video-game carts.
  • Johnny is upset because the holidays that give free candy to the world will have to be in need of some waiting, so Johnny decides to start his own holiday, known as Kids Get Free Candy Day, and try to spread free candy. When there are some adult protests against this holiday, Johnny, Dukey, Susan, and Mary gain an unlikely ally against this....Bee Keeper.
  • Expanded Acronym: Terrible Huge Enemy - Steals Heaps Of Gorgonzola Using Ninjas
  • Johnny, his friends, and his enemies compete with each other in a lawn mower race.
  • Expanded Acronym: All Machines Illegal Seethes Hoagie
  • Susan and Mary make fortune cookies that come true, and Johnny sells them with the typical drastic results.
  • Expanded Acronym: Tommy's Ride Is Calamity You Can't Let Escape
  • Johnny "borrows" his sisters' worker drones to build the ultimate treehouse to impress Sissy.
  • Johnny and Dukey test a perfume experiment and now everyone is attracted to them. They use this to their advantage, but it goes out of control.
  • Bling-Bling tries to get Susan once again, but his henchmen soon rebel against him by tying him up with Susan.
  • Expanded Acronym: Find Lost Ancient Variety Of Refreshment
  • When Johnny breaks his foot after doing a dangerous stunt, which Hugh and Lila ground him for, his sisters step up to create a robotic one for him.
  • Johnny buys a video game which turns out to be a military plot to recruit an elite team of super soldiers, and then he must join the fight against a group of renegade penguins who are losing their home to global warming.
  • An unexploded atomic bomb falls through the boys' roof and blocks the refrigerator, so Rick tries to hold the country to ransom with it, Mike attempt to sell it to the highest bidder while Neil builds a bomb shelter and Vyvyan tries to detonate the thing. But worse, a television licence inspector calls, forcing Vyvyan to devour the TV.
  • Expanded Acronym: Stuff Abducted Turns Up Revolving Nowhere
  • Johnny gains unlimited knowledge after the girls insert a computer chip into his brain.
  • Segment: "Messin' with Lewbert"
  • Segment: Eggs
  • Segment: Live Audience
  • Segment: Spencer's Sculpture
  • Segment: The "Blab Cam"
  • Segment: The Wedgie-Bounce
  • Segment: Virtual Art Show
  • Sissy and Johnny face off in a sandcastle battle.
  • Susan and Mary accidentally wipe Johnny's memory.
  • Johnny and Dukey try to get in a dog show which only allows perfectly groomed and trained dogs.
  • The boys host a party that gets out of hand.
  • The kids make a vow to end Dad's meatloaf madness.
  • Expanded Acronym: Usually New Deflector Eagerly Reveals Coffee Operation's Vital Enemy Revelance
  • Expanded Acronym: Ridiculous Exaggerations Possess Occasionally Real Truth
  • The KND try to stop a mysterious being from collecting all the Rainbow Monkeys in the world-- including Numbuh 3's beloved toys. A parody of Star Trek: The Motion Picture.
  • Numbuh 5 tries to keep the treehouse quiet so Numbuh 1 can sleep.
  • In the second-season opener, Carly and Sam both develop a crush on Freddie's "nerd" pal, Shane. When they cannot decide who should date him they decide to go by the first one to kiss him, but he has to be the one to do it. They constantly try to get into situations where he is close to kissing them, and always become unsuccessful. Meanwhile, Spencer hires a repairman to fix the elevator, but the repairman proves to be no help at all, just a dancer. Because of the broken elevator, Shane accidentally falls from the iCarly studio to the basement, when he finds out that Sam and Carly are competing for him and angrily walks away from both. When they visit him at the hospital Carly kisses him, but it is by then too late. Guest Star: James Maslow as Shane
  • Caitlin falls for a guy named Sawyer, but she feels the need to make her breasts bigger since Sawyer is into large-chested girls. Caitlin then buys a water bra, which gives Jonesy the idea to sell bras with water balloons stuffed in them. Jen is annoyed by this, but Jonesy's exploitative actions are only a drop in the bucket compared to Diego, Robbie, and the realization that her mother is going to have another baby.
  • After getting his 99th detention, Johnny learns he must perform 99 good deeds or he will be sent to military school.
  • Sam develops a crush on a classmate, so Carly gives her a lesson on how to attract him by acting feminine so she is a good person. At the end of the episode, Sam beats a bully up. Meanwhile, Spencer starts sporting his tuxedo daily because he thinks it's the reason why a woman he met likes him. Guest Stars: Cynthia Dallas as Jocelyn, and Valerie Azlynn as Veronica
  • Viewers: 4.1 million
  • Numbuh 4 tries to battle against the Dodgeball Wizard for his rank. A parody of Hero.
  • Numbuh 3 takes her "My First Rainbow Monkey" to a Rainbow Monkey Retirement Home. But it seems to be more than what it appears to her and Numbuh 5. A parody of the film Soylent Green.
  • When Jake Krandle breaks up with his girlfriend, the girls at Ridgeway go crazy about him being single. When Carly asks Jake to come to her apartment and see the iCarly studio, Jake says yes and quickly develops a crush on her. In the end, he ends up getting back together with his ex-girlfriend after she hears him sing on iCarly, and because he assumes that Carly is dating Freddie after seeing her kiss his nose. Meanwhile, Spencer creates a splatter paint sculpture which Carly helps splatter paint. Guest Star: Austin Butler as Jake Krandle.
  • Johnny must do some extra credit for school, or he will fail the course and have to make it up in summer school.
  • Johnny and Bling-Bling literally fall apart after an accident with the particle accelerator.
  • Numbuh 4 releases Mr. Boss, Stickybeard, Count Spankulot, and Soccer Mom from their cells. At his home he gives them sodas which he tricks them into thinking that they were poisoned, and tells them that he'll give them the antidote if they beat his dad in a bowling tournament.
  • When Johnny's mom makes him wear a big winter coat, he is laughed at at school. But Mr. Black, Mr. White, and the General ask Susan and Mary to make some sort of weapon to destroy aliens if they ever attacked. So they make Johnny's jacket really powerful.
  • Expanded Acronym: Special Underwire Protection Proportedly Outfits Rotten Teenagers
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  • Seeing Wyatt moping over his inability to get Serena to notice him, Jonesy decides to take him out on a double date. Unfortunately for Jonesy, the two girls they go out with find Jonesy repulsive and Wyatt smart and poetic. Jonesy, angry at having been "stabbed in the back", enlists the help of Jude and the girls to help him fake being a nice guy.
  • Expanded Acronym: Uncovering The Only Perfect Island Accidentally
  • It's the DCFDTL's birthday once again, and as always, the KND go to rob their nemeses of their ever-delicious birthday cake. However, their plan to neutralize them by egging them with real eggs lays an egg and they have to fight with their only weapons: the chickens.
  • Expanded Acronym: Misbehaving Agent Teases Adults During Organized Recreation
  • Numbuh 2's grandmother joins forces with her friends to locate a pudding supply, which was trapped between the surface of the treehouse.
  • Upon moving into a new house , Vyvyan announces that he has struck oil in the cellar. Mike forces Rick and Neil to do the mining, but Rick retaliates by holding a benefit concert for himself and Neil in the living room.
  • Expanded Acronym: What Happens If The Existing Head Of United States Escapes
  • Johnny tries to prove to Sissy that he can do magic so he gets his sisters to help him.
  • Bling-Bling Boy steals Susan and Mary's shoes, and it is up to Johnny and a reluctant Dukey to retrieve them before their dinner with Gil.
  • Number 86 appears at the KND treehouse and captures number 2,3,4,and 5 except number one to de-commission.Numbuh 1, then tries to find out who's de-commissioning all the KND operatives. Then number one figures out it was number 274 that was de-commissioning KND operatives, because he was turning 13 and he wanted to change his age. Now, what would number one do now?
  • Freddie joins Spencer to go fencing and have some "guy time." When Spencer's rival, Doug Toder, sees how good Freddie is, Spencer puts Freddie up against him in a match of fencing. Carly is mad at Spencer and Freddie both for not helping her out during the visit of their nerdy cousins, the Dorfmans, and his obsession with fencing, so she stops him from doing it by telling Freddie's mom. Meanwhile, Sam and Freddie engage in a bet that if Sam can finish a book in a week, Freddie will stick a washing hose down his pants with the water turned on to make it look like he urinated in his pants. Sam gets interested in books for the first time and wins the bet. Guest Star: Daniel Samonas as Doug Toder.
  • Johnny must rescue Dukey, who falls under the control of a dog-spa owner.
  • Expanded Acronym: Candies Are Really Altering Many Extraordinary Lives
  • Johnny tricks his sisters into letting him have teleporting powers. Susan and Mary mess with the powers to get revenge. Later the twins accidentally get them caught in a middle of an art robbery.
  • Jen is asked out by the hot new employee Griffin, and she eagerly accepts. Soon, though, she finds out that he's incredibly cheap and perpetually broke, which means that he's decidedly low-budget. While Jen goes through these dire romantic straits, Caitlin is sailing a rickety ship of her own, as she wants to start a relationship with Jasper, whom she believes only speaks Spanish.
  • Susan and Mary make a key for Johnny that can open any lock in Porkbelly but people try to steal the key to use for their own benefits.
  • Numbuh 5 is kidnapped and sent to a temple to find a mystical flavor of ice-cream known as 'The Fourth Flavor' for the DCFDTL. She dreams to have a chance at tasting the long-lost flavor herself, for only those with pure taste buds may taste it. A parody of Indiana Jones and the Last Crusade.
  • Expanded Acronym: Sickly Nigel Opposes Warped Incumbent's Nasty Grasp
  • Lizzie tries to get back her lunch from Robin Food. A parody of Robin Hood.
  • Jonesy tries to overcome his fear of blood so that he can donate blood in order to prove himself to Nikki. Jude, meanwhile, has no problem donating, and is going completely overboard because he loves the doughnuts being given to donors. While this goes on, Jen and Caitlin wait in a long line for a once-in-a-lifetime sale at Albatross & Finch.
  • While trying to find life on other planets, Johnny meets a leader from the planet Vegandon who attempts to destroy the earth by sucking out its natural resources.
  • Numbuhs 2 and 4 travel to a certain place in the treehouse to give Numbuh 3's goldfish a proper funeral, while Numbuhs 1 and 5 try to win her a new one from a rigged carnival game. A parody of The Lord of the Rings trilogy.
  • Expanded Acronym: Turnips Unfortunately Reaching Near Infestation Point
  • Mary turns Johnny and Dukey into sharks when Bling Bling Boy hypnotizes Susan into falling in love with him.
  • Expanded Acronym: Prevent Opposite Operative's Larceny
  • Expanded Acronym: Sickening Produce Removal Operation Ultra Tricky
  • Expanded Acronym: Prowling Operatives Investigate Naughty Teenagers
  • When turnips are found everywhere in Sector V's treehouse, they go to the source: a giant turnip.
  • A giant cereal stalk takes Johnny and friends on a magical adventure.
  • A movie filming comes to the mall, and surprisingly enough, Jen gets picked for a supporting role after an actress bows out. Nikki and Wyatt are also selected as extras, much to the disappointment of Jonesy and Caitlin, who wanted parts in the show. While Jonesy takes on a job as Jen's assistant so he can stay close to the set and perhaps be picked up for a role, Jude goes out of his way to comfort Caitlin, who is dealing with a cold sore, and along the way gives his friends the mistaken impression that they're dating.
  • Expanded Acronym: Rather Ornery Bandits Burglarize Educationally Required Schoolwork
  • The gang wants iCarly reviewed by 11-year-old web critic Nevel Papperman , who runs the review website Nevelocity. Carly refuses to date him, risking a bad review for the webcast. Carly eventually tells Nevel's mother on him and iCarly's status is restored. Meanwhile, Spencer works on a sculpture of toast, made out of butter. First Appearance:Reed Alexander as Nevel Papperman
  • When Sam's identical twin sister Melanie visits Carly and Sam, Freddie just thinks that Sam is pretending to be Melanie, and that Melanie doesn't even exist. So, to prove that Melanie didn't exist, he asked her out on a date, thinking she would say no because she was really Sam. But, she accepted.
  • After being humiliated by the Clones one time too many, Nikki quits her job at the Khaki Barn and gets a higher-paid job at the new cooking store, Counter Measures. Unfortunately, one thing stands in her way: she can't cook. Meanwhile, Jonesy, Jude, and Caitlin play the new game Jude got in, Rock Maniac, while Wyatt deals with a creepy new girlfriend.
  • Sam begins going out with Freddie's friend, Jonah, and the two become inseparable. However, when the relationship begins to affect iCarly, Carly and Freddie decide that they have to do something. Meanwhile, Spencer makes a claymation film. Jonah tries to kiss Carly, and when Sam finds out, she asks him to volunteer during the show for a new segment. She pulls him up by his underwear and bounces him up and down in the iCarly studio on the "wedgie-bounce" machine, which is broadcast live on iCarly. Guest Star: Aaron Albert as Jonah
  • When Wyatt finds out that Wayne can select the perfect movie for a couple, he manages to get Wayne to select a movie for him and Serena. Unfortunately, he can't decode the message of the movie. To make things worse, Caitlin's blender is broken, and Jen's relationship with Charlie Dobbs is on the rocks.
  • Numbuh 4 tries to get into an R-rated movie...to find it's a secret villain meeting.
  • Johnny and Dukey run away when Johnny's parents say he's old enough to do chores but not old enough to watch PG-13 movies.
  • Jonesy beats a high-score record on a video game, but that record falls the very same day, kicking off a rivalry between him and the new high-score holder. Meanwhile, Nikki falls for a guy named Stone who is a lot like her and has just started working at Grind Me.
  • Johnny must save Easter from the annual Easter-egg hunt ruined by Dark Vegan.
  • Susan and Mary switch Johnny and Hugh's brains after the two make a bet that involves taking on each other's lives.
  • Numbuh 4's new pool contains a portal that leads into a "negative" equivalent of the KND's world, where children obey and work for adults. A parody of Star Trek's Mirror, Mirror.
  • A new villain arrives in Porkbelly and steals high-tech devices from everyone, and Johnny must stop it.
  • When Spencer makes an electromagnetic Christmas tree, the tree bursts into flames, which makes Carly furious at him because the fire mauled the presents Carly got for Spencer. Carly then wishes that Spencer was born normal. Carly's guardian angel, Mitch, makes this wish come true, surprising Carly. The next day, at school, Sam is absent, Freddie was never friends with Carly, and to make things worse -- Nevel Papperman is Carly's boyfriend. Carly questions Mitch about Sam's disappearance, and Carly is taken to the Juvenile Detention Center, where Sam is being held. Carly finds out that Sam was never her friend, either. Carly returns home and then is told that Mrs. Benson and Spencer are now engaged, making Carly angry at what the world has become. Carly then walks up the stairs and finds out that, because Sam and Freddie were never her friends, iCarly never existed, either. Carly begins to sob, realizing how much the world would change if Spencer was born normal. Mitch turns the world back, making Spencer born abnormal. Carly is now happy with the electromagnetic Christmas tree, and Carly, Sam, Freddie and Spencer have a good Christmas together in the end. Guest Star: Danny Woodburn as Mitch and Reed Alexander as Nevel Papperman
  • As the wedding between Mr. Garcia and Emma Masterson approaches, it's all too clear that the amalgamation of the two families is not going to occur smoothly. Meanwhile, Nikki is suspected of shoplifting by the Clones and has to deal with harassment from them.
  • Numbuh 1's dad is grabbed by a fishing line along with other dads on the lake, and pulled up to some kid's house above the water. He decides that Numbuh 1's dad is his new dad, so Numbuh 1 battles it out with the sousaphone playing dork for his father.
  • Numbuh 1 discovers an island paradise populated by kids. A parody of For the Man Who Has Everything.
  • Expanded Acronym: Tiny Horsefly Examines - Five Little Youngsters
  • Jonesy develops a unibrow, and has to go to the spa to get it shaved off. While there, however, he discovers that all the ladies go there, and they're nearly naked, causing him to develop a love of the spa, and to soon get a job there. While Jonesy, and soon Wyatt and Jude, become addicted to the spa, Jude's rival Mike Dent starts annoying him, so Jude challenges him to a speed-skating competition.
  • After Johnny and Dukey send Bumper packing, they start to come against each other in a game of "Say Uncle".
  • Expanded Acronym: Cutlery's Location Uncovers Elementary Solution
  • Note: After this episode, Miss Briggs did not appear until the season 3 episode, iHave My Principals.
  • All Johnny and Dukey want is a simple bike race between the two of them; but everyone joins the race. NOTE: This episode is a Mario Kart videogame parody.
  • Carly wants her dad to escort her in an important dance. Sam helps Spencer fix a motorcycle; Freddie gets a new phone.
  • Expanded Acronym: Gargantuan Ray's Advance Decimates Unprepared And Terrified Escaping Soldiers
  • The DCFDTL attack Sector V's headquarters with an infestation of hair-eating lice. A parody of Aliens.
  • Midterms are coming up, but Jen has a plan to make sure everyone passes. Unfortunately, she's being incredibly bossy about her plan, and is driving all her friends up a wall.
  • Lizzie Devine thinks Nigel has found a new girlfriend.
  • When Sector V assists Chubbo's funeral, the ghost arrives at night, kidnapping Numbuh 3 and keeping her with all the past dead hamsters powering the treehouse's core. Note: This is the only episode of the entire series to feature actual death , but there is still no on screen death.
  • Sam checks herself into a mental hospital, thinking that she's insane after kissing Freddie. Carly and Freddie try to get her out. Guest Star: Jim Parsons as Caleb Viewers: 5.5 million viewers.
  • Johnny wants to get a trophy to put in his trophy case. Susan and Mary get obsessed with winning, so the three of them enter The Pork Belly River Jumpoff to win 1 million dollars and a trophy.
  • The Foster's Christmas special. When various imaginary Santa Clauses are brought to Foster's, Mac begins to lose his faith in Santa's existence, so it's up to Bloo and the others to help restore Mac's faith in the Jolly Old Elf. Bloo sends Wilt on a sleigh ride around the world and tries to get Eduardo to slide down the Foster's chimney, trying to prove that Santa is real, and in the process, cost Coco her job at the mall as Santa; Bloo learns that Mr. Herriman is only giving present to everyone , and in his selfishness tries to make Herriman hand out more presents, in a rather interesting way. Thus, his plan fails as he accidentally drives Mr. Herriman to throw away all the decorations and gifts. To make things worse, Wilt is lost, Eduardo is stuck, and Coco is mad at Mac. Will this be the worst Christmas ever, or will a big jolly man save the day?
  • Lewbert, Carly's doorman, is injured during an exploding muffin basket prank. Spencer suggests that Carly, Sam, and Freddie help him until he's back on his feet, but it is more easily said than done. When Freddie's mother takes over, she makes it look easy, but leaves the group extremely concerned. Freddie's mother and Lewbert fall in love. Meanwhile, while using a CB radio, Spencer upsets two truckers nicknamed Porkchop and Sledgehammer. Guest Stars: Ryan Ochoa as Chuck, Matt Willig as Sledgehammer, and Joel McCrary as Porkchop
  • Caitlin lies about being in college when she sets her sights on a cute college boy, and soon enough her friends get sucked into the ruse as well. The only one who doesn't participate in the charade is Jude, who is drinking gallons of coffee from Grind Me in an attempt to win a prize from their current promotion.
  • Since Sam and Freddie have been dating, Sam has been meaner to Gibby and he decides to tell Freddie's mom to stop it. Guest Star: Mary Scheer as Marissa Benson Viewers: 5.13 million viewers.
  • Lizzie Devine takes over the KND, and puts herself in Numbuh 1's place.
  • After Sam ends up in juvenile detention for something she claimed she didn't do, Carly and Freddie vow not to cancel the next webshow. The webcast is a special one, as it is the first time Carly's dad will get to see iCarly ever. Carly and Freddie get Spencer to do it, although he had a date planned for that night. Viewers: The premiere broadcast of "iWon't Cancel The Show" brought an average of 4.9 million viewers, and was again #1 on basic cable for the evening.
  • Following the events right after "JX5: A New Beginning" Dark Vegan returns to destroy the Earth with an upgraded armada. Dark Vegan, with his upgrade armada, is cutting up the Earth's trees, taking off the oxygen and sucking up the Earth's water. Jillian pulls the lever up then Dark Vegan warns Jillian that she is grounded for the rest of this invading vacation.
  • Johnny steals Susan and Mary's generator and makes his family do the opposite of what they're doing.
  • Mr. Black moves in with the Tests after he embarrasses Mr. White at the dance contest auditions.
  • The Tests become rich when they sell one of Susan and Mary's invention but Bling Bling is jealous and goes to war with them.
  • A king forces Numbuh 3 to marry him, but she agrees because she thinks they're pretending. Meanwhile, Numbuh 4 will fight King Sandy for Numbuh 3.
  • Nikki falls for the new employee at Albatross & Finch, Hunter, but is afraid to ask him out, so she instead asks Caitlin to find out if he's into her. Caitlin ends up falling for him as well, however, and she goes out with Hunter, causing a huge fight between Caitlin and Nikki. Jude and Wyatt pretend to be psychics because the phone number for a psychic hotline is only one digit away from the phone number of Underground Video.
  • The team, along with Spencer and Mrs. Benson, go to Japan when iCarly is nominated for the iWeb Awards. After an intensely dangerous ride , they are all sabotaged by 2 competing Web Show Nominee's; Kyoko and Yuki. Their cousin's wrap them up in seaweed in a massage room and lock the door while Kyoko and Yuki ditch the trio in the middle of nowhere and flee. Carly, Sam and Freddie must each return to Specner and Mrs. Benson -- in time for the iWeb Awards. Note: This can be shown as a three-part episode, or a movie with all parts together.
  • The hamsters that power Sector V's weapons go on vacation. Meanwhile, the DCFDTL look for villains to attack Sector V, so they send an old lady named Gramma Stuffum, who is fixated on fattening kids, to Sector V's powerless HQ.
  • While the others have their day off, Numbuh 1 tries to rescue the ten-year old accepted into college. He finds out that it was his own brain after all the Professor XXXL wanted: a test subject to his snow cones, since Numbuh 1 is immuned to brain freeze.
  • Every year, the KND choose someone to be "IT" which involves a game of tag to choose the next Supreme Leader, so Numbuh 362 sets up the game after she decides to resign. But when Numbuh 2 accidentally tags Father, he becomes Supreme Leader.
  • Note: At the end credits it shows Carly, Sam, and Freddie singing parts of the theme songs to iCarly, Drake & Josh, and ''[[w:c:Victorious
  • Johnny drinks an unstable isotope so he can get sick and not have to study for a test for school. Unfortunately, not only does the isotope give him red spots and a purple tongue, if it's not cured within four hours, it's going to give him immense bloating, cause violent coughing, and eventually make him explode.
  • Olympic athlete Travis Gibson visits the mall, but Jen won't spend time with him because of the time Travis threw a rock right at her forehead back in grade 2 and gave her a nasty scar. For once, Caitlin is on her side, as she's decided to give up boys for a bit. Jude, however, is busy challenging a game shop owner who refuses to stock games made after 1977 with the prize being that the owner will order whatever games Jude wants if Jude manages to win a game.
  • Expanded Acronym: Really Excitable Child Rookie Undergoes Impossible Test
  • Johnny, Dukey, and the girls set out to find the treasure of Pie-Eyed Pete when they find his treasure map in the attic.
  • Expanded Acronym: It's Now The Extra Really Very Interesting End Wrap-Up Story
  • Numbuh 4 forces the other operatives to build a "clam cannon" when Numbuh 1 temporarily leaves.
  • Johnny tries to get invited to a party to stop a villain. NOTE: Susan and Mary don't appear in this episode.
  • Expanded Acronym: Sore Posteriers Annoy Naughty Kids
  • Expanded Acronym: Lost Island's Crop Of Red Irreplaceable Candy Endangered
  • The boss of Rainbow Monkeys Inc. uses Numbuh 3 to find real Rainbow Monkeys for him.
  • Expanded Acronym: Protection Requires Extreme Skill Involving Democratic Elected Notable's Transportation
  • Numbuh 20,000 and his Squid Squad work with Sector V to destroy the bridge leading into Le Sissie, a store in the mall that sells horrible back-to-school clothes for kids.
  • Expanded Acronym: Candy Hunting Operative's Chocolatized Opponent Literally A Touchy Enemy
  • Expanded Acronym: Tiny Recruits Ambushed In Nefarious Invasion Need Guts
  • The Christmas rush has hit, and the gang has to find a way to survive it. Caitlin tries to keep everyone's spirits up and help them celebrate Christmas, while Jen and Nikki suffer through horrible customers and Jonesy is forced to wear tights at his job as "Santa's little helper."
  • Numbuhs 2 and 1 try to find out about Cree's B . R . A .
  • Nora gets released from prison and convinces the iCarly gang to join her and her parents for her Welcome Home supper. However, the Dershlits take the iCarly gang as prisoners once again, and T-Bo and Mrs. Benson must save them. Viewers: 5.5 million viewers.
  • A boy tries to get through a training program with flying colors. A parody of The Matrix.
  • Sick of cheap cereal prizes that don't work, Johnny decides to make himself a new breakfast cereal. But everything goes haywire when Johnny decides to put in real ray guns made by his twin sisters, and the entire town of Porkbelly becomes a city of chaos and destruction of what anyone chooses to destroy.
  • Note: This is the final episode of iCarly. Viewers: 6.43 million viewers.
  • Johnny has his sisters use an invention that will give him a mustache so that Johnny can get into a movie meant for older people. But when Bling Bling Boy pesters Johnny to use the invention on him, Johnny shoots the invention at him too much and now Eugene looks like the monster from a movie.
  • Carly, Sam, and Freddie host a contest for dance videos on iCarly. They get so many that they have to stay up all night watching them. They fall asleep watching dance clips, and all have strange dreams, all related to dancing. First Appearance: Noah Munck as Gibby. Guest Star: Mindy Sterling as Miss Briggs.
  • When Johnny is ordered by his school to go camping with his father, he uses his sisters' ray gun to turn Dukey into a monster to scare his father out of it, only to have Bigfoot fall in love with monster Dukey.
  • Expanded Acronym: Feline Invaders Swarm Headquarters Yearningly
  • Expanded Acronym: Dirty Unwashed Captain's Kowardly Yacht
  • Numbuh 5 takes on a vicious dog who is always eating her homework.
  • The KND and nearly every kid in town are invited to a dance at the DCFDTL's mansion. But it was actually a trap, all the party guests are "delightfulized" like the DCFDTL.
  • Tired of all of the Johnny vs. Bling Bling battles with no winner, the Test sisters and Bling-Bling's science team make a bet to see who is the final winner of the battles.
  • Caitlin falls in love with two different guys, Vince and Blake. Unable to choose between them, she decides to date both in the hopes that one of them will prove to be a better date. While Caitlin focuses on her dating dilemma, Wyatt has a dilemma of his own, as a constantly-bickering elderly couple have gotten jobs at Burger McFlipster's and are making his job there horrible.
  • Viewers: The season premiere was viewed by an average of 7.564 million viewers.
  • When Ivan, a seeing eye friend, loses his blind kid, the friends try to find the boy before harm comes to him. Paired with: Bloo's Brothers
  • Jen starts dating a guy named Smithy. All of her friends immediately notice the resemblance between Smithy and Jonesy, but Jen refuses to see it until she accidentally kisses Jonesy while he's wearing a wig. Meanwhile, Ron, who is annoyed with the popularity of "Zamboni Dude," challenges Jude to a race, with the caveat that Jude will quit his job if he loses.
  • The gang heads upstate to look for Bigfoot after new footage of the creature is verified by an expert on Carly's show. Viewers: The premiere broadcast of "iBelieve In Bigfoot" brought an average of 4.4 million viewers, and was again #1 on basic cable for the evening.
  • In the crossover with The Grim Adventures of Billy & Mandy, when a scythe-related mishap puts Billy stuck in his Dad's lucky pants, only the Kids Next Door can save him from a grounding of a lifetime unless Mandy carries out her own diabolical plot to take over the organization. Note: Ed, Edd n Eddy make a brief cameo at the beginning of the episode.
  • Tommy, Sonya and Lee find that the training simulations in the Arctic Base are real. When Sonya is captured by two goons who try to take her to a dark basement, Sonya startes screaming and complaining about how she's afraid of the dark. The two don't care and still take her. Sonya gets mad and breaks free from the goons and begins beating them both to a pulp. Giving one of them a black eye, and knocking out a tooth of the other guy.
  • Susan and Mary's orangutan becomes a crook after watching old movies with Johnny.
  • Johnny heads to summer camp and battles in a boating competition against rival rich-kid campers.
  • A Sadie Hawkins dance comes to the mall. While Jude and Wyatt struggle to get chosen, Caitlin and Jen try to overcome the pressure of asking the guys.
  • The KND each give an account of what happened to an ordinary package. It parodies The Matrix, old Superman comics, Dragon Ball Z, and Pink Panther cartoons
  • Expanded Acronym: Crazy Old Woman Goes Increasingly Really Loco
  • Expanded Acronym: Recreation Ended 'Cuz Enemies Savor Salad
  • When Johnny's repulsive eating habits start to get to him, dad challenges him to a bet to see if he can go one full meal without complaining about his food or making rude noises.
  • Aliens from a meat planet ask Johnny to protect their home world from Dark Vegan who wants to destroy it out of frustration because of his failure to make the perfect toast.
  • Johnny goes to the beach to surf, but there are no waves, so Susan and Mary build a wave making machine and special surfboard for him.
  • When Gallagher Elementary students are being arrested by the School Safety Patrol for crimes they are envisioned to commit, including detective Numbuh 2, it's up to Numbuh 3 to investigate a psychic member of the School Safety Patrol while trying to finish her social studies homework. A parody of Minority Report.
  • Expanded Acronym: Before Really Incredible Destruction Gotta Evacuate
  • Johnny joins forces with Dark Vegan to get him back to his home planet.
  • Expanded Acronym: Lizzie Enthusiastically Assumes Daring Executive Role
  • Expanded Acronym: Child Lost On Severely Elevated Tundra
  • When a pay phone rings as Jude is checking it for spare change, he picks up and starts an over-the-phone relationship with an Australian girl. While Jude tries to find a way to be available for his girlfriend whenever she might want to talk, Jen has to deal with her boss and his son practicing for a paintball tournament and using her as a target. Meanwhile, Wyatt has been fired from Underground Video for spilling coffee on a rare tape of a movie, and has to get a new job.
  • A wedding in Jen's family is coming up, but Jen is extremely angry about it because it means that, unless she gets a date, she'll have to spend this wedding at the kids' table again. Concerned, her friends offer to help, but soon turn it into a competition when Caitlin has one candidate and Jonesy and Nikki have another. To make things worse, neither Wyatt nor Jude can serve as a voice of reason, as Wyatt has been trapped in mall jail by Ron and Jude is having an in-mall beach vacation.
  • Johnny is determined to break a world record so he can get in to the Stout Book Of Crazy-Insane & Useless Records.
  • Expanded Acronym: Hurt Operative Safely Protected In Totally Antiseptic Location
  • After Johnny lands his bike into a garbage truck, he becomes a Lady Bird Scout and tries to sell 1,000 boxes of cookies to get a new one. Little does he know, Sissy wants the bike as well, but for a better reason.
  • Tommy loves Numbuh 2's cruddy, old tricycle but gets laughed at when the other kids see him riding it. Using his 2x4 technology expertise, Tommy rebuilds it into the "best bike in the Whole World", but the bike turns evil trying to impress Numbuh 2.
  • Freddie wants to have a more active part in the show while Carly leaves to Yakima. That kind of goes wrong. Spencer hires a personal assistant. Viewers: 4.147 million viewers.
  • Carly, Sam, & Freddie go out to film Carly dressing as a bunny on the street, offering to brush people's teeth for $1 as part of an iCarly "Fan Dare" segment. Then, as they cross the street, Carly doesn't notice a taco truck turning the corner. However, Freddie notices and pushes Carly out of the way, causing him injury, but saving her life. Then a grateful Carly develops an attraction towards Freddie. But Sam makes Freddie believe that this attraction stems from his actions, and not himself. The two break up but agree that if the whole "hero" thing wears off, and if Carly still feels attracted to him they'll try the relationship again. Meanwhile, Sam and Spencer engage in an intense game of assassin. Guest Stars: Mary Scheer as Mrs. Benson and Brian Nolan as Rabbi Goldman
  • Expanded Acronym: Numbuh Uncovers Glistening Golden Edible Treat
  • Expanded Acronym: Zoologically Obsessed Octogenarian
  • The KND try to save Christmas when the DCFDTL frame them for the theft of a gift-creating contraption called the "REINDEER System" created by Santa. Parodies of the X-Men and the Fantastic Four are in this episode, with the plot from X2.
  • Carly and Sam decide to hatch baby chicks for a science project. However, the chicks all escape and get lost in the apartment. Carly, Sam, Freddie, and Spencer learn that if they don't find the chicks in time, the baby chicks will die, and must search frantically before time runs out. In the end, they find all the chicks and they survive. Guest Star: Doug Brochu as Duke
  • An important operative suffers an accident on a dangerous mission and is sent to the hospital. But one ex-KND member is out to scramblify his brain, and it's up to Sector V to make sure he is safe, especially Numbuh 3.
  • When Carly, Sam, and Freddie's deranged history teacher, Ms. Ackerman, is dumped by her boyfriend, she freaks out and becomes abusive to the class. When Spencer is called in for a conference, the two realize they like each other and start dating. However, Spencer soon discovers that Ms. Ackerman is extremely needy and mentally unstable and he dumps her, and Ms. Ackerman becomes abusive again to the class. To settle the matter, Carly sets up an iCarly segment to find out whether the two should make up or stay on bad terms as voted by the viewers. At the end, after realizing its a no-win situation of pleasing Ms. Ackerman at the same time to make Spencer, Carly, Sam and Freddie's lives easier, the gang decided to get rid of her by having Ms. Ackerman arrested for illegally downloading music. Guest Star: Jessica Makinson as Miss Lauren Ackerman and Ashley Argota as Kathy Segment: Make Up or Break Up
  • Cash-strapped, and burning all of their possessions for heat, Neil is forced to join the police force. Meanwhile, Vyvyan is pregnant.
  • Expanded Acronym: Tooth Extracting Enemy Terrorizes Headquarters
  • Johnny uses his sisters' genetically altered rat for a school project, only to have it stolen by a desperate circus owner to save his failing show.
  • Johnny refuses to bathe, and Johnny's family forcibly attempts to wash him. Meanwhile, Dukey is mad because he thinks Johnny forgot his birthday.
  • Johnny wants to increase his charisma when he becomes jealous of Gil's popularity.
  • Expanded Acronym: Children's Annual Kompetition Exposes Devilishly - Fiendish Operation Up River
  • A new imaginary friend has come to Foster's, but he keeps misbehaving all around the house. All other imaginary friends are taking the blame, until Bloo comes up with his master plan. Mac only makes a cameo at the end of this episode. Paired with: Where There's a Wilt There's a Way
  • A quirky billionaire asks Carly and her friends to put on the first live Web show from outer space, so they undergo tests for space travel. Meanwhile, Spencer is visited by a mysterious little girl. Viewers: The premiere broadcast of "iSpaceout" brought an average of 5.339 million viewers, and was the #4 basic cable telecast for the week, but again #1 on basic cable for the evening. It was also #1 in the Adults 18-49 demographic with a 1.1 rating.
  • Carly and the gang try to find Spencer friends his own age, and along the way, they cross paths with a high-energy iCarly uberfan portrayed by Emma Stone. Also, Gibby starts working at a restaurant boys wash room after earning money from helping a man. Viewers: 3.338 million viewers.
  • Chipmunks plot world domination after a misleading chat with Johnny.
  • Jonesy gets a job as a customer service rep at a travel agency and has much in common with his co-worker Joanie. Nikki notices this and starts to fear that Jonesy might dump her for Joanie. Meanwhile, Jude gets a job at the Penalty Box and starts getting Coach Halder to chill out.
  • Johnny swipes the girls' voice-replicating invention and ends up turning them against each other.
  • This iCarly movie is about a young 16-year-old girl named Nora, who invites Carly, Freddie and Sam to her birthday party. After the party, Carly, Sam and Freddie finds themselves in a sticky situation where they must escape. Special Guest Star: Daniella Monet
  • Johnny eats all of the peach yogurt in which each container was filled with growth serum. Thus resulting of becoming a Hulk monster causing destruction.
  • Johnny goes to extreme measures to prevent Gil from moving.
  • Adults send Numbuh 4's family to the Moon to colonize it. But Sector V diverts the colony to Hollywood, where they stage a fake colonization, tricking the Beetles family and the adults at mission control to prevent them from discovering the KND Moonbase. A parody of The Truman Show.
  • When a televised talent competition comes to the mall, Wyatt signs up for it and manages to win with a song he wrote about how great his friends are. However, when his friends miss his first performance, he gets angry and rewrites the lyrics to bash them.
  • Numbuh 2 is turned into a teenager when an experiment goes horribly wrong, but gets smooth with Numbuh 5's older sister.
  • Johnny and Dukey go back in time to meet Johnny's ancestor in order to write a report about him.
  • While the team is off on their recess-rescuing mission, the hamsters are attacked and captured by the Sinister Felines from Atop the Litterbox, but end up battling the Hamsters Next Door. A parody of "Tom and Jerry".
  • Jonesy, Wyatt, and Jude try to prank Ron as part of their annual Halloween tradition, but each time, Ron manages to outsmart them. Jen wants to stop Coach Halder's Jason Voorhees-style jokes at the Penalty Box. Caitlin goes on a Halloween date with Talon.
  • Expanded Acronym: Dangerous Old Dude's Game Excellently Beats All Little Losers
  • Johnny ditches school with a relentless truant officer in hot pursuit.
  • Spencer encounters Chuck's little brother and discovers he's a bigger terror than Chuck. Elsewhere, Freddie repairs Gibby's phaser, making the toy more dangerous than he intended. Viewers: 2.362 million viewers.
  • Numbuhs 2 and 4 try to escape from an island inhabited by bully monsters. A bully-themed parody of Jurassic Park is shown here, after Numbuh 4 eats a burrito in the island's diner.
  • The Toiletnator tries to get rid of the KND for good.
  • Carly is extremely excited when the popular shoe company, Daka, wants to promote their new shoe, the "Techfoot", on iCarly. But when the shoes turn out to have numerous problems, iCarly begins losing viewers. Carly, Sam, and Freddie must figure out how to end the deal with Daka without legal action against them. Meanwhile, Spencer tries new methods of transportation after falling asleep on a bus and ending up in Canada. Luckily, Spencer manages to help Carly and her friends get out of the contract by putting his three days of law school lessons to work, exploiting a loophole, which forces the Daka executives to cancel the deal and reimburse them. Notes: Original airing title was "iGot a Sponsor". The company Daka was originally mentioned in Drake and Josh.
  • Heinrich comes back, but this time needs to be saved by Numbuh 5 as she recruits Stickybeard and his band of candy pirates to help her rescue Heinrich from Black John Licorice and his pirates. A parody of Pirates of the Caribbean: The Curse of the Black Pearl
  • Johnny visits Reptoslicer and his family, but Reptoslicer then tries to eat Porkbelly.
  • Numbuh 3 stars in a romantic musical as the lead girl. But when Numbuh 4 interrupts the play, it becomes a real war on stage between the DCFDTL and the KND. A parody of West Side Story.
  • Expanded Acronym: Hungry Archenemy Meowers Strike To Entrap Rodents
  • Numbuhs 3 and 4 are launched into space to break the "Ridiculous" space barrier, but black out in mid-flight and wake up on a world ruled by anthropomorphic, talking Rainbow Monkeys. A parody of the first Planet of the Apes movie .
  • Johnny and Dukey try to help Brain Freezer get a girlfriend.
  • Johnny uses one of his sisters' inventions to bring two cartoon characters to the real world in order to scare Sissy out of the house, but the characters mistake Porkbelly for a zombie world and try to destroy it.
  • Susan and Mary change Dukey's personality to make him think he is a rich, snooty dog.
  • Expanded Acronym: Teens Readily Extend Armistice To Youngsters
  • Christopher Cane interviews the cast of iCarly in a talk show atmosphere and then shows their bloopers. Note: This is the sequel to iBloop, a Season 3 episode, in which it showed every cast members' bloopers during filming various episodes. Viewers: 3.090 million viewers.
  • In retaliation for putting a dead fish in his locker, Freddie handcuffs Sam to Gibby. Later, Sam overhears Freddie make a confession to Carly that he has never had his first "real" kiss, implying that his former girlfriend Valerie, kissed him for half a second at school with a bunch of other kids hanging around. To get back at Freddie, Sam exposes his secret on iCarly. Freddie is then mocked at school about this, and starts not going to school, talking to anyone, or going to iCarly rehearsals. Carly makes Sam feel guilty about this, so a regretful Sam exposes the same secret about herself. She goes and apologizes to Freddie. After she apologizes, both of them feel dumb about not kissing anyone, so they kiss each other and promise not to tell anyone about it, not even Carly. Meanwhile, Spencer trains to be a famous Seattle Cobra football player. This is the first ever iCarly episode to reach #1 on iTunes. Viewers: 5.943 millions viewers
  • Numbuh 3 is followed by the ITFBTM , the cousins of the DCFDTL, when she goes to Japan, so they can infiltrate the Japanese KND headquarters.
  • After Jonesy buys some rank cologne, he makes a bet that his natural smell is the greatest aroma ever, causing him, Jude, and Wyatt to agree to the bet with Nikki, Caitlin, and Jen as the judges. While the guys get stinkier and stinkier, Caitlin becomes obsessed with a so-called "baby-making booth" and keeps going in there with different guys in attempts to make a good baby.
  • Numbuh 3 is forced to be married to King Sandy when she is at a Rainbow Monkey theme park, but the others won't believe her.
  • The KND battle with Grandma Stuffum in the school cafeteria. The shock rock band GWAR re-recorded two of their songs for this episode.
  • A lost baby skunk interferes with a mission to rescue brainwashed campers.
  • Expanded Acronym: Make Express Shipment Safely Avoiding Gummy Enemies
  • Expanded Acronym: Lurking Otherworldly Childhood Kalamity Delivers Ouchies When Naughty
  • Expanded Acronym: Kuki And Sister Torpedo Loathsome Engagement
  • Johnny and his friends take on Mr. Mittens, who turns them into petting-zoo animals.
  • Stress is getting to Jen, so Starr helps her out by teaching her yoga. Meanwhile, Wyatt is trying to infuse Wayne with the Christmas spirit, but Wayne refuses to cheer up, to the point that he decides to make Jude and Wyatt work on Christmas.
  • Amerigo Vespinacho tries to spread spinach throughout the school, and it's up to Sector V to stop him. A parody of the Spanish Armada and the Spanish Inquisition.
  • Carly suggests that Sam and Freddie should try exploring each others' favorite interests and hobbies. However, neither Sam going with Freddie to a train club meeting nor Freddie visiting Sam's relatives in jail with her end too well. Spencer dates his former babysitter, but they keep acting like babysitter and child. Guest Star: Charlene Amoia as Jenna Hamilton Viewers: 3.454 million viewers.
  • Johnny tries various schemes to buy a rated M video game, not knowing what the consequences will be.
  • Carly has to do a project for green week, so she makes an electric scooter. But, it can only go for 4 miles per hour and it bursts into flames, so she is given the weekend to make a new project. Spencer brings in a good-looking Science geek named Cal who helps her make a very unique green week project which turns out to be highly illegal, which gets Cal arrested, but it is not shown when the police catch him. Guest Stars: Andrew Hill Newman as Mr. Henning, and Deena Dill as Charlotte Gibson
  • Count Spankulot joins the KND and turns from his evil ways.
  • Jonesy has gotten a job as the mall secret shopper, a job which he uses to scam free stuff from various stores. When he gets to the Khaki Barn, Chrissy pumps him for info and learns that the only thing standing in the way of her being Manager of the Year is an underperforming employee, so she hatches a plan to make Nikki less individualistic. As all this goes on, Jude does detective work to find out who, exactly, is his boss.
  • Sam owes Carly and Freddie $526, so she gets a job to earn the money, and pay them back. Carly, Sam, and Freddie make a broadcast on iCarly to all their fans to donate money to Sam. However, they find out its illegal to solicit money over the internet. Meanwhile Spencer tries to impress an attractive single mom by helping her daughter sell fudgeballs, an equivalent to Girl Scout cookies, but two scouts stole Spencer's place at the market. Spencer comes up with the idea to send every iCarly fan who sent them money to send them fudgeballs. Carly and Freddie then hire someone to give the money they earned to Sam in a tip. At the end, everyone enjoys what Sam got with her money except Spencer.
  • When Nikki sarcastically suggests speed-dating as a solution to her friends romantic woes, Jonesy jumps on the suggestion and turns it into a scheme. Jen needs advice, so she turns to Jonesy, whose advice is in direct opposition to Caitlin's. As such, a contest over whose tactics are better ensues. At the contest, however, Jude meets and gets back together with a nerdy Starr, while Wyatt finds a new crush, Grind Me barista Cathleen.
  • The spring dance is coming up, and it's all anyone can think or talk about, much to Nikki's disgust. She's trying to make people think about the environment, but because everyone's focused on the dance, they're all ignoring her. To help her out, Caitlin hatches a plan to get Nikki elected Spring Queen, but one big obstacle is standing in the way: Tricia.
  • When a goldfish in a plastic bag gets left behind at Underground Video, Jude adopts him and spends his time hanging out with the pet he dubs "Fish." Unfortunately, things aren't as mellow as he might wish, as Caitlin and Nikki have gotten into a huge fight and the group is fractured in trying to mend the relationship.
  • Carly and Spencer face eviction on April Fools' day and remember their past experiences with a crazy twist. Viewers: 3.408 million viewers.
  • Expanded Acronym: Teens And Pudding Inconvenience Our Childish Agents
  • Johnny turns into a mouse for Susan and Mary, but when Mr. Mittens comes, things get chaotic. This episode is a parody of Tom and Jerry.
  • When Sam pilfers a box of Lewbert's "deeply personal items," the kids discover he once had a happy life with a woman named Marta. Since he seemed happier with Marta, they decide to track her down and reunite the two. Meanwhile, Spencer is partnered with Chuck to track down a burglar who has been stealing television remotes throughout the complex. Marta and Lewbert reunite but little did the kids know, Marta is a domineering psychopath who spawned Lewbert's misfortune. In the end, Spencer discovers Chuck was stealing the remotes and calls the police, but Lewbert takes the blame so he can be locked up away from Marta. Viewers: "iFind Lewbert's Lost Love" has an average viewers of 5.036 million viewers. Guest Stars: Ryan Ochoa as Chuck, Kit Pongetti as Marta, Jeremy Rowley as Lewbert
  • Johnny and Dukey cheat their way to victory in the Red Gush contest.
  • Expanded Acronym: Centuries After Kalamity Enemy Dessert - Found In Void's Emptiness
  • Emma Jr. has been crying all night and keeping Jen awake, and wouldn't you believe it it's just her luck, her mom has entrusted her with caring for the baby. When she gets called into work, she passes the responsibility off to Jonesy, who in turn passes the baby around the circle of friends. Meanwhile, Wayne gets hired to work at Burger McFlipster's following the closing of Underground Video.
  • Tricia and Caitlin to become the next "Khaki Girl," the winner of which gets to be a model in the newest Khaki Barn catalog. Meanwhile, Jude manages to wrangle a movie date with Starr.
  • Ron the Rent-a-Cop seems determined to put an end to Christmas by confiscating all of the decorations and doing his best to destroy all Christmas cheer. While Ron focuses on the complete annihilation of Christmas, Jonesy deals with Nikki's mother, who believes that Jonesy is completely wrong for her daughter.
  • Brain Freezer creates an army of snowmen, and only Johnny X can stop him.
  • DawgToy, the hottest boy band in the world, come to the mall to film a video. Caitlin and Jen audition, but when Nikki accidentally comes onstage and steals the show, she is given the part, which drives a rift between her and Jen. While the girls focus on Dawgtoy, Jonesy takes over the Pokey the Panda suit as his newest job.
  • Gibby thinks Freddie "macked" on his amazing girlfriend Tasha , and challenges Freddie to a fight. Freddie learns that Gibby is an amazing kickboxer and is being trained by Sam. Meanwhile, Spencer is mistakenly reported dead, so he capitalizes on the opportunity to sell his art. Segment: Let's Watch Food Rot Viewers: The original broadcast of "iEnrage Gibby" brought an average of 4.8 million viewers; was the #1 basic cable telecast overall, and was #1 among Adults 18-49 in its time period in basic cable with a 0.9 rating. Guest Stars: Noah Munck as Gibby, Emily Ratajkowski as Tasha, Deena Dill as Charlotte Gibson , and Valerie Azlynn as Veronica
  • After hearing about American heroes in Social Studies class, Johnny decides to help his class mates by bringing back applesauce as a vigilante after the Lunch Lady outlaws it. However, this lands him into trouble.
  • Expanded Acronym: Find Another Stupid Task - For Our Oblivious Dodo
  • The DCFDTL pants Numbuh 1 from his swim trunks and get photos of his disproportionately huge buttocks. They black mail him with them. Numbuhs 2 through 5 find it funny, but if he doesn't obey their commands, they'll put the pictures in the yearbook.
  • Wyatt and Marlowe are starting to get on each other's nerves, and Wyatt begins to fear that Marlowe will break up with him. Meanwhile, Caitlin fake-numbers a nerdy guy whom she thought was hot when they met the night before, but accidentally writes the number on her finally filled-out Khaki Card and needs to find a way to contact the guy so she can get her card back.
  • Mac and the other friends start a car wash to pay for a porcelain poodle that Bloo broke. To help, Bloo throws mud at every car that goes by to get more customers.
  • Expanded Acronym: Mature Agent Undergoes Reprogramming Into Childhood's Enemy
  • Black and White get into trouble in outer space and the kids must save them.
  • Johnny invites everyone to his house for a snowball fight, but forgets to put the word "fight" on the invitation, which misleads everyone into believing it's actually a "Snow Ball" dance.
  • Expanded Acronym: New Orders - Pulverise Opposition Without Utilizing Hamsters
  • Johnny's dad gets fed up with his filthy bathroom and demands Johnny to clean it up but when Johnny uses his sisters' special germ foam and his dad's cleaning products, problems arise as it causes the germs to grow out of control.
  • Caitlin has paid offp the credit debt she accrued a long time ago and is free to go, so she quits her job and immediately goes overboard shopping for clothes.Doppelgängers of the gang take over at the Big Squeeze due to Tricia's interference, and Jude breaks up with Starr due to Jonesy's interference.
  • The KND try to get the Fourth Grade Class President to his Town Council meetings safely. A parody of Air Force One.
  • Expanded Acronym: Museum's Artwork Cruelly And Recklessly Ripped Off Nearly Impossibly
  • One Direction has accepted an invitation to perform on iCarly. Band member Harry becomes sick and Carly dotes over him. Realizing Harry is playing sick for the attention, they hatch a plan to get him back in the group by telling him Gibby has become their newest band member. Meanwhile, Spencer becomes a personal trainer and gives a bratty girl a makeover. Guest Star: One Direction as themselves. Viewers: 3.94 million viewers.
  • The gang convinces Jen to throw a small get-together for New Years Day at her house, and everyone is excited, including Nikki who's coming back from Acapulco with her parents. However, nothing goes as planned as tensions threaten to split up the group on the big day.
  • Expanded Acronym: Guess It's Realistic Lizzie Finally Realizes Its Essentially Nigel's Dysfunctions
  • Expanded Acronym: Cannon And Naptime Not Occurring Normally
  • Expanded Acronym: Humongously Unwieldy Gorilla Showdown
  • In order to help Gibby get his date, Shannon, who is much more interested in Freddie, Carly opens up a dating segment, which Shannon and her friends volunteered to star in as contestants. But when only Shannon herself appears without her friends, Carly steps in and she finds herself becoming the "lucky" sweetheart for Gibby. This happens because Shannon wasn't picked and Sam, who also stepped in, secretly stepped out and went down to the kitchen to eat food. However, Carly sets Sam up with Reuben and Freddie with Shannon for a triple-date with her and has Gibby act like Freddie to get Shannon interested in him. Meanwhile, Spencer tries posting various videos to an online dating site to try and get a new girlfriend, but has a hard time finding what to do. Guest Star: Noah Munck as Gibby.
  • Expanded Acronym: Sweetheart's Involvement Transforms The Evening's Reality
  • The KND try to find an escaped moonbase prisoner at the DCFDTL's mansion, but the boys are brought down with Numbuh 86's yelling and complaining.
  • Candy pirates steal Sector V's candy, including Numbuh 5's secret stash.
  • The KND and the Teens are about to sign the "You don't mess with us-We don't mess with you" Kid-Teen treaty. It is going to be signed by Numbuh Infinity and the Teens' leader, but it turns out to be a trap for the KND, making Chad Dickson and Numbuh 1 set out to prevent it after being falsely convicted by the KND.
  • The friends' career aptitude tests come in, and they rush to check them out. Unfortunately for Nikki, it seems she's fated to be a retail specialist while Caitlin is supposed to become a travel writer. While Nikki tries to deal with this, Wyatt and Jude run into problems of their own, as Jude accidentally destroys a copy of Wayne's incredibly rare favorite movie, The 77th Samurai.
  • All Wilt wants to do is watch a basketball game on TV, but the house's ridiculous requests and Wilt's inability to refuse to them keep him from seeing the big game. This also reveals his dark secret: He can't say no to helping others unless he wants to have a panic attack which happens. Paired with: Everyone Knows It's Bendy
  • The KND's soda pop is sought out by an evil industrialist.
  • When Carly, Sam, and Freddie expect the Plain White T's to appear on their show, their website is hacked by Nevel Papperman, who tries to ruin their website as revenge for Carly refusing to kiss him in the episode iNevel. The iCarly trio attempt to hack Nevel's website, for hacking their website but fails. Carly then calls in the military to stop Nevel, and then he is forced to apologize to Carly. The Plain White T's then appear on the show, and performs their song, "It's Our Time Now". Guest Stars: The Plain White T's as themselves. Reed Alexander as Nevel Papperman
  • Expanded Acronym: Curmudgeon's Lackeys Outlaw Wacky Nonsense
  • Wyatt accidentally calls his girlfriend Marlowe "Serena," creating a rift in their relationship. Another rift in another relationship is formed when Jonesy keeps coming up with schemes to find people secret places to suck face. Jude, meanwhile, simply wants to start a relationship with a beautiful French-Canadian figure skater named Claudette.
  • The iCarly gang tries to cool off on a hot day. When there is a power failure and they end up being the only air - conditioned apartment in the building , many people come to the Shay - apartment to cool off. Guest Stars:Mary Scheer as Mrs. Benson, Jeremy Rowley as Lewbert, Ryan Ochoa as Chuck Chambers, Drew Roy as Griffin Viewers: 4.191 million viewers
  • Johnny is determined to get a flytrap plant from his sisters for his school's science fair.
  • Old Man Rivers, who lives across the street from Foster's hates imaginary friends on his lawn, and on "Adopt-A-Thought Saturday," his grandson, Young Man Rivers, makes faces at Bloo. Bloo and Madame Foster throw papers — that are adoption forms — at Old Man Rivers, who keeps them for himself, causing Bloo and Wilt to try to get them back. Meanwhile Edurado tries to keep the parents busy so Bloo can get the adoption forms, but the parents get more impaitent by the moment.
  • When Earth Day approaches, Johnny is visited by three ghosts. Note: This episode is a parody of A Christmas Carol.
  • After Numbuh 2 beats a mini-golf champion at mini-golf, the golfer shrinks Numbuh 2, and a whole lot of sights from around the world.
  • Numbuh 3 is sent on a mission for her birthday: to get a fast food meal. But the resteraunt is actually for sharks, with kids on the menu, thanks to a new money-making scheme by Chester.
  • Carly falls for a super-smart cute boy named Kyle and tries to impress him by looking super-smart, too. Meanwhile, a health inspector forbids T-Bo to keep living in the Groovy Smoothie's upstairs area, so Sam, Freddie, and Gibby give T-Bo a makeover so he can rent the Bensons' guest room. Guest Star: BooG!e as T-Bo Viewers: 3.835 million viewers.
  • The Tests try to get Johnny a new toy when it sells out in the local shopping mall.
  • The KND go to rescue babies from the hospital to protect them from becoming automatic adults. Numbuh 5 thinks the others are crazy and tries to bring them back. But the babies themselves have other plans.
  • The boys go to the launderette and compete against Footlights College, Oxbridge in University Challenge.
  • The KND try to close down a coffee drilling rig with a surprising ally, Lenny, one of the DCFDTL. But he is actually a trap. BUT the KND know about all of this , and have a suprise in store for the DCFDTL.
  • Principal Franklin is fired after appearing as a guest on iCarly and is replaced by Mr. Howard, the math teacher, and Miss Briggs, the English teacher as co-principals. The changes they make then cause big problems to the whole school, such as excessively punishing students. Carly, Sam, and Freddie scheme to get Franklin his job back with help from other students. Meanwhile, Spencer hires a rodeo star to teach him how to ride a mechanical bull. Viewers: "iHave My Principals" brought 4.672 million viewers. Guest Stars: David St. James as Mr. Howard, Mindy Sterling as Miss Briggs, Tim Russ as Principal Franklin, Weston Blakesley as Superintendent Gorman
  • Sector V attempts to sabotage the Villain's Choice Awards. A parody of Nickelodeon Kids' Choice Awards and Ocean's 11.
  • Expanded Acronym: Figure Out Unusual Nerd's Tantalizing And Impossible Necessity
  • After taking away the entire lab, the General accidentally creates two mutant super agents that take over the world. It's up to Johnny X and his friends to stop them and save the world!
  • Johnny and Bling Bling sculpt topiaries after their parents force them to take up less destructive hobbies.
  • Jonesy and Nikki win a pair of tickets to one of Jonesy's favorite sci-fi flicks, War Star Galaxy Force, but the other pair of tickets are awarded to Darth and Julie. Meanwhile, Tricia organizes several girls against all the men in the mall when she feels that women are being mistreated by inconsiderate boyfriends.
  • Jonesy starts work at the Penalty Box and becomes a better salesman than Jen. Overly confident, he proposes that guys are naturally better at everything than girls, starting a gender war. While his friends bicker over which is the superior gender, Jude inadvertently starts a child care service and ends up with more kids than he can handle.
  • In a parody of The Second Renaissance, an archive is shown of the creation of adults, and their rebellion of children.
  • While doing a "Blab Cam" bit on iCarly, Freddie gets a date with a girl named Valerie. They have a date in Carly's apartment, and Spencer was their waiter. They start to like each other, but soon she wants to do her own webcast on the same day as iCarly. Freddie begins working only with Valerie and production of iCarly suffers. Things get worse when Valerie invites Sam to come to her webcast. In the end, Valerie tells Freddie the truth and he dumps her. Freddie is then permanently back on iCarly. Guest Star: Carly Bondar as Valerie
  • When Johnny and Dukey get tired of the same old Porkbelly, they ask the girls to make it seem more fun. But they accidentally get sent to an alternate universe where they find themselves, but as girls.
  • Numbuh 3's teeth are cleaned by a dental-obsessive villain.
  • Johnny is in charge of the school play about recycling while Susan and Mary create a garbage-eating monster.
  • It's time for the Earth Day Carnival and the Johnny Stopping Evil Force 5 returns and obtains the same mutant powers as Johnny X, and Super Dukey.
  • Expanded Acronym: Miniaturization Is Now Issue - Golfing Opposite Looney Fanatic
  • Johnny can't wake up from a deep slumber, leaving the girls scrambling to help him.
  • Jen is putting some old clothes up for the mall clothing donation drive, but Jonesy sees that the donated clothes were from his father and uses the donated wardrobe for himself in an attempt to act cool. He is discovered by a mysterious man who claims he is the latest teen-trend finder, and offers Jonesy a job. Jonesy gladly accepts and attempts to set hot new trends.
  • Numbuh 86 is having a top-secret girls only mission. Numbuh 4 is willing to find out what the mission is all about even if it means having to put on a little make up. It turns out it's just a slumber party, but then it turns into a real mission.
  • Carly, Sam, Freddie and Spencer go to Hollywood to stop the writers of a Dingo Channel show "Totally Teri" from stealing anymore of iCarly ideas. Spencer and Freddie look for the frozen head of Charles Dingo.
  • Caitlin really likes Kyle Donaldson, a handsome tennis player, so Jen tries to help her get a date with him. However, when Jen learns that he's "Dirty Donaldson," a notorious womanizer, she sends Jonesy and Wyatt out to spy on the date and make sure nothing bad happens to Caitlin. Meanwhile, Nikki becomes the temporary assistant manager of the Khaki Barn after Chrissy has to leave to check on a crisis elsewhere.
  • Jimmy McGarfield forces other kids back into school on a snow day for a special assembly after Numbuh One is too sick to play. A parody of Star Wars Episode V: The Empire Strikes Back and the buswalkers of The War of the Worlds .
  • Johnny accidentally turns his sisters into vampires and now, he has to save Gil from getting bitten by his lovestruck vampire sisters and change them back.
  • The KND investigate why people are getting mustaches. They end up showdowning the "head mustache", but they're in for a surprise of who's to blame.
  • Numbuh 5 tries to stop a chocolate monster from destroying her friends. Note: The chocolate monster is Henrich.
  • Spencer finds a Pak-Rat video game cabinet in a junkyard and becomes addicted to it, whilst procrastinating on a commissioned Labradoodle sculpture. To curb his addiction, Carly brings Sasha Striker, the top Pak-Rat player in the world, to compete against Spencer to defend her title as the world champion of Pak-Rat. Meanwhile, Freddie experiences a streak of "bad luck" after not forwarding and deleting a chain email, passing it off as a superstition. Guest Star: Lorena York as Sasha Striker
  • Johnny stays home alone and must prove he's responsible.
  • Expanded Acronym: Trivial Rival Instigates Candy Krazy Yearning
  • Caitlin's dad's firm is doing some work for a cell phone company, and a perk of this is that the gang has been given said company's new brand of cell phones to test. Unfortunately, this leads to several butt-dials that lead Jonesy and Nikki to believe each is cheating on the other. In addition, Wyatt lets everyone prank him because getting embarrassed provides him with inspiration for songs, and Jen gets stuck in a questionnaire booth.
  • Jonesy gets a new job at the mall's Lost & Found, and immediately starts taking advantage of this job to sell off or use good lost gear. While looking through the latest haul of stuff, he finds a journal that belongs to Jen and starts reading it.
  • Susan and Mary turn Johnny and Dukey into girls so that they can win the grand prize at a roller derby match, but things quickly get difficult when a blow on the head gives Dukey amnesia, and he thinks that he is a real derby queen.
  • Sector V is put into a "kids zoo" and must unite with the DCFDTL to escape being fed to the zoo's cannibal bully.
  • An adult, Lasso Lass, that acts like a kid, wants to help Sector V defeat Mr. Wink and Mr. Fibb.
  • Johnny is dragged into Susan and Mary's plan to get Gil to be in a sleep-over, but Bling-Bling Boy and Dark Vegan's daughter Jillian become involved as well, with the usual chaos ensuing.
  • Summer is here and the lads finally get their results.
  • Numbuh 1 battles a group of snake ties with an adult against them. A parody of Anaconda (film).
  • The police use the loft as a stakeout to track a clerk from selling pirated DVDs, but seem to be taking too long, and eat all of Carly and Spencer's food. While making a cake for Socko's birthday, Spencer realizes one of the detectives is his childhood bully from camp, Stew "Spanky" Stimbler. In addition, the stakeout is badly affecting the webcast. Meanwhile, Freddie loses a bet with Sam and must get a tattoo of Sam's face on his left arm, which he tries to hide from his mother, unaware that it is temporary. Carly has had enough of the police's presence in her home, and she goes undercover to find the criminal clerk, only to find out that he only sells movies about pirates rather than pirated movies. Guest Star: Curtis Armstrong as the Convenience Store Clerk
  • The gang tries to track down a thief when Sam's laptop is stolen; Spencer can only visit his favorite arcade if he is accompanied by a child, so he babysits Guppy. Viewers: 3.374 million viewers.
  • Expanded Acronym: Senator Attacks Foes Endangering Today's Youth
  • When Susan and Mary turns Johnny into a fish as part of one of their experiments, Hugh flushes him down the toilet by mistake where he ends up in the sewer, and he has to swim for his life when he runs into an aligator.
  • Susan and Mary both want Gil to go on a date with them, so they put up a wrestling match using rough guts , but it leads to destructive results.
  • Numbuhs 2, 3 and R.O.B.O.B.R.A.D.L.E.Y. the skunk are tricked and must get a truckload of soda to a girl's birthday party and keep Mr. Fizz and Lieutenant Seltzer from getting the soda.
  • Expanded Acronym: Foolish Loser Undoes Sinister Hopes
  • Johnny becomes obsessed with domination after Susan and Mary bring his chess pieces to life.
  • In the pilot episode of the series, Carly Shay is accused of photodocking Ms. Francine Briggs head onto the body of a rhinoceros even though her best friend, Sam Puckett , did it. Because of this, they are forced to be the judges of the school talent show auditions. Freddie Benson , who has a crush on Carly but is enemies with Sam, brings his tech equipment to videotape the auditions. They eventually finish the auditions and pick which ones they want to be in it. Ms. Briggs rejects them all, inspiring them to make their own webshow titled iCarly. First Appearance: Mindy Sterling as Miss Briggs, Tim Russ as Principal Ted Franklin.
  • Johnny gets hired to stop Bling-bling from kissing Susan, but Johnny turns on the sisters once Bling-Bling bribes him.
  • Sam warns everyone to stay away from her friend; Spencer finds a pair of night vision goggles. Viewers: 3.330 million viewers.
  • Johnny X and Super Pooch lose their superpowers when the city is attacked.
  • Johnny's mail order foam monster becomes a real monster once the twins swap the water with their bottle of "side effects".
  • A villain named Mr. B gives the Kids Next Door a TV show.
  • The frustrated DCFDTL turn to their Father for help destroying Sector V, who are almost defeated. Their leader is an adult, the treehouse is destroyed, and their faith is shattered; Sector V is forced into a showdown with their most dangerous foe to date.
  • Everyone tells the others their embarrassing stories on the pretext that the stories won't be passed around. Unfortunately, Caitlin lets slip the details of all the stories but hers to her newest flame, who blurts them out after being hypnotized.
  • Caitlin saves Darth from a bully, so Darth pledges to eternally guard Caitlin. Jen tries to come up with a hundred email addresses so that she can forward a bad-luck chain email out of her life after it actually gives her bad luck. The guys sit around inside Underground Video watching a bunch of old security tapes that Jude found while crawling around the vents.
  • Numbuh 1 wakes up to discover that he is the president of the United States in another reality, who is about to sign the Declaration of No Kids' Rights.
  • Numbuh 1 tries to flee from a doctor who wants to cure his moosebumps. A parody of The Most Dangerous Game.
  • A time-traveling mishap sends Johnny and Dukey back to the 1950s.
  • A clown tries to get Numbuh 2, as he plays lots of jokes.
  • When Dukey explains how narration makes everything seem better, Johnny convinces Susan and Mary to make a reality warping megaphone, but it malfunctions. NOTE: The movie Preschool Parole Officer is a parody of Kindergarten Cop.
  • Nikki's father gets an interview for a very lucrative position at a really cool company. Unfortunately, if he gets the job, Nikki and her family will have to move to Iqaluit.
  • Johnny runs into trouble delivering a package for the girls.
  • After Mrs. Benson pushed Freddie too far by making Freddie eat asparagus while doing iCarly, showing people at school his baby pictures, and vacuuming his ear while he was sleeping, Freddie moves out and gets his own apartment. Meanwhile, Carly, Sam, and Freddie start a pet photography business, only to see their studio destroyed by a snooty competing pet photography business, Stewart and Ollie. In the end, Mrs Benson apologizes to Freddie, begging him to return; Freddie makes her promise not to embarrass him in public ever again. Viewers: The original broadcast of "iMove Out" brought an average of 5.669 million viewers. Guest Star: Mary Scheer as Mrs. Benson
  • Johnny spends the night in a haunted house with Dukey and Jillian to win a ton of candy.
  • Numbuh 4 tries to protect chicken nugget mines from the DCFDTL.
  • Johnny's dad thinks he's not needed in the house so he decides to get a job. When nobody hires him, Susan and Mary make a fake office for their dad to work in.
  • Johnny stays up half the night to watch a six-hour Halloween monster-movie marathon, then steals his sisters' dream machine so that he will be able to wake up in time for school the next day; however, he has nightmares during the night which the device brings to life. NOTE: This is a parody of "Nightmare on Elm Street".
  • Johnny takes up ventriloquism for a talent contest.
  • When a famous hairstylist opens up a salon in the mall, Caitlin cheats on her usual hairdresser in order to go to him and ends up with a horrible haircut. Meanwhile, Underground Video gets bought out by Taj Mahome Video, and the guys begin working under the iron fists of Blade and Christo.
  • Teen singer Kylie Smylie visits the mall to sign some autographs for her fans, perform a concert, and hang out with the winner of her "biggest fan" essay competition. Caitlin was the winner, and while she and Kylie hang out, Jonesy acts as a bodyguard. When Wyatt is introduced to Kylie, however, she develops a crush on him, which is unfortunate as her dad won't let her date until she's twenty-one. Jen, meanwhile, does her best to get an autograph from Kylie.
  • Numbuh 4 accidentally eats a brussels sprout, sending the rest of the KND on an emergency Fantastic Voyage to stop the dreaded vegetable from being digested.
  • The twins upgrade Johnny's new cell phone. Later the phone becomes too intelligent and begins hacking government space missiles.
  • Expanded Acronym: Ancient Recorded Children's History Is Very Enlightening
  • Expanded Acronym: Facing Unpleasant Girl's Insulting Taunts Isn't Very Enjoyable
  • Johnny and the gang acquire super powers and compete to see who is the best superhero.
  • Rick wakes up in bed next to a beautiful girl, and the house passes through a time warp.
  • Expanded Acronym: Concerned Operative Leaves Loafers Engaged Goofily Elsewhere
  • Numbuh 5 journeys to the exotic Al-Shugar Desert to recover her stolen candy, the Blurpleberry Supreme, and discovers she's not the only one searching for the powerful, mystical candy.
  • Jonesy gets a job at the Khaki Barn and ends up takes Nikki out on a date. Jen, Caitlin, and Wyatt try to stop their relationship dead in its tracks out of fear that if it fails, their friendship might be in danger. Meanwhile, Jude uses too much of Jen's muscle relaxing cream and his whole body becomes numb.
  • Expanded Acronym: Hamsters On Leave In Disastrous Airline Yarn
  • Ron the Rent-a-Cop hires an assistant security guard and tightens the security net on the mall to such an extent that nobody can do anything.
  • Numbuh 1's underwear is attacking him after finding out how careless children are with underwear.
  • Johnny steals a portable black hole, which later creates an early apocalypse.
  • Jen's big sister Courtney has come back from university on spring break, and is hanging out with her friends, much to Jen's horror. While Courtney enchants all her friends and overall appears to be more fun than Jen, Jonesy is made uncomfortable by his latest girlfriend, Lydia.
  • Sector V tries to destroy some pianos in a truck with a hamster that acts as Numbuh 4's replacement.
  • Numbuh 2 tries to figure out what happened to Numbuh 3's Posh Party Rainbow Monkey at a dinner. A scene parodies the shocking revelation from Chinatown.
  • Johnny once again has to protect Susan from Bling Bling Boy who is determined to have her as his valentine.
  • iCarly dedicates a show to Jimmy Fallon and get invited on his show in return. Guest stars: Jimmy Fallon as himself, Tina Fey as herself, Rachel Dratch as herself, Higgins as himself, Questlove as himself, The Roots as themselves. Viewers: 3.612 million viewers.
  • When the group's favorite pie shop closes down due to the death of the head chef, they go out to find the recipe for their favorite pie. The only person believed to have the recipe is the chef's granddaughter. She agrees to give them the recipe if she can go on a date with Spencer. She takes it a bit too far, and confesses that she never owned the recipe. Carly, Sam and Freddie hatch a plan to find the recipe. Meanwhile, Mrs. Benson's cousin's baby visits for a few days, making Freddie uneasy about it because his cousin always has a blank expression when she sees Freddie. Freddie tries finding a way to succeed in making his cousin laugh.
  • Jen falls in love with an expensive sports jacket, but is unable to afford it. However, when she learns that her friends all steal from their jobs, Jonesy is able to talk her into stealing it. Meanwhile, Jude falls in love with a massage chair sold at Jonesy's new workplace, Things That Beep while Jonesy deals with the consequences of lying on his resumé.
  • After Carly gets a B+ on her history paper , she gets upset because she wanted to get straight A's, and this grade prevents her from doing so. After overhearing Principal Franklin's username and password to the school's network, Sam changes Carly's grade to give Carly the straight A's she deserves. After finding out about this, however, Carly feels guilty when Sam, orders Carly not to tell anybody about the hacking. Sam changes Freddie's grade so she doesn't have to pay him back. Carly and Freddie try to change it back, but get stopped by the Computer Security Agency for hacking. Trivia: In the 8th minute of this episode, the "ankle swear" is born. Guest Star: Adrian Neil as Mr. Devlin, Tim Russ as Principal Franklin.
  • The KND are trapped in a sea of asparagus, and hunted down by a monster in the sea. A parody of Moby-Dick and Jaws.
  • Expanded Acronym: Ninnies Almost Undo Greatest Holiday This Year
  • Mr. Black and Mr. White ask Susan and Mary to design a new weapon, so they make a helmet that allows the user to control things with their mind. But it becomes a huge mistake when it's stuck on Johnny's head, and his obsession with a new video game now makes any inanimate object he see turn into a monster.
  • Carly, Sam and Freddie host a contest for a free, new car. The winner, shockingly is Nevel Papperman. When Freddie and Sam goes to retrieve the car for him, the two find out that the car did not exist. Carly, being disappointed with the news, starts to question Nevel on how he won the contest. The three find out that Nevel was the one who created the contest and the car, but iCarly still must provide him with a car. Meanwhile, Spencer buys a prop from a movie online, but finds out that he was simply fooled by a replica, and Carly decides to give the prop to Nevel as his new car to keep iCarly from getting shut down for fraud. Guest Stars: Reed Alexander as Nevel Papperman.
  • Expanded Acronym: Quiet Unlikely In Entire Treehouse
  • Dukey drinks a liquid which makes him turn into a monster. To make matters worse, a dog catcher are after him.
  • A rock band called PizzaParty refuses to let Bloo join, so he decides to make his own band.
  • Numbuh 5 goes into the Haunted Doghouse to get Sector V's cinderblock back, but later comes out different. Note: This is the only episode Numbuh 4 is seen wearing his hood.
  • Expanded Acronym: Dastardly Adult's 'Do Degrades Youngsters
  • Johnny wants to buy an HDTV and the twins need an important ingredient for their experiment. The only solution: Enter Johnny in a professional wrestling competition so they can win $10,000, so they make Johnny a wrestling suit which allows him to spray stink gas from his suit.
  • Jonesy accidentally sees Jen completely naked. They both swear each other to secrecy, but end up telling their friends, which leads to tension between them. As these two try to work it out, Chrissy quits the Khaki Barn in order to get a better-paying position at the Soft Rock Café, and Nikki winds up leading the other two clones.
  • Carly, Sam and Freddie present the iCarly Awards for best user-generated content; Spencer enlists the emergency labor of European swimsuit models to make the statuettes for the iCarly awards. The models' photographer demands that Spencer release them, but Spencer then hogties the photographer, stranded outside the apartment door. Viewers: "iCarly Awards" brought an average of 4.388 million viewers.
  • When Spencer gets a new credit card, the iCarly.com domain is no long in control of Carly, Sam, and Freddie. Luckily, Mandy returns, to buy their website back for them, though a phishing scam set up by Nevel puts the website in his own hands. Meanwhile, Spencer makes a mistake in an order, causing him to end up with 200 pillows. Guest Stars: Reed Alexander as Nevel Papperman, and Aria Wallace as Mandy Valdez
  • Expanded Acronym: Crazy Arrogant Baby Loses Every - Television Viewer
  • Sam becomes Freddie's coworker and ruins his enjoyment of the job. Elsewhere, Carly struggles to score a date with a clueless guy, and Spencer does volunteer work at a fire station. Viewers: 2.75 million viewers.
  • Jen has fallen for the new Penalty Box employee, Charlie Dobbs. Unfortunately, she can't seem to get his attention. Under Caitlin's advice, she auditions fake dates as part of a plot to make him jealous, and ends up going out with Jude. Meanwhile, Jonesy has been inspired by his new job at Booktropolis to write a book of his own.
  • Expanded Acronym: Shots Are Fired At Rear Incessantly
  • Expanded Acronym: Undead's Nocturnal Craving Overtakes Operative's Love
  • After Johnny and Dukey track mud in the house, they use a special stain-remover designed by Susan and Mary, but also learn it can make Johnny invisible.
  • Part 1: Carly and Spencer become upset when their new neighbor Griffin steals the motorcycle that Carly bought for Spencer in iPromote Techfoots. When Spencer let's Griffin off the hook, but Carly becomes upset. However, when Spencer later goes out to get smoothies, he returns to find Carly and Griffin kissing on the couch. Spencer becomes furious, forces Griffin to leave, and forbids Carly to see him, though he eventually allows them to resume dating. Meanwhile, Sam pays Freddie $50 to make a website and has a lawyer write them a contract. Freddie cannot keep up with her demands and tears up the contract, canceling the deal; Sam later makes $1,000 for selling the website. Part 2: When, Carly finds out that Griffin collects "Pee Wee Babies", she and Sam make fun of him, unaware that Griffin is listening in. He eventually he dumps Carly. Meanwhile, Sam dreams that a monster scares her and eats her soup. Spencer tries to help her but later ends up dreaming about the same monster. Note: The special drew 6.5 million viewers, this season's second largest audience ever.
  • Wacko, Johnny`s former enemy, has a twin brother who tried to take over Porkbelly from Wacko`s failure he knows that Johnny will try to stop him so he kidnaps Susan and Mary and takes everything in their lab so Johnny goes to all the bad guys he defeated in the past and tells them he wants to be evil and if they have any advice for him.
  • Carly, Sam, and Freddie are planning on presenting iCarly's 50th webshow spectacular, but Sam accidentally hits Mr. Howard with a football and gets detention on the same day they were preparing to air the show. As a result, they decide to do iCarly in detention. Carly manages to get into detention, but Freddie can't, so he decides to do filming of iCarly secretly, hiding in a closet. Unfortunately, Mr. Howard comes into the room and sees them filming after saying bad things about the principal. Principal Franklin, having watched iCarly, shows up to send Mr. Howard to his office. All the kids are sent out of dentention. Spencer's sculpture for this episode is a gigantic coffee cup that he drops his cell phone in. Guest Star: David St. James as Mr. Howard, Tim Russ as Principal Franklin.
  • Note: the Safety-bots are a parody of the Sentinels from the X-Men comic books.
  • The boys attempt to fight off boredom whilst several very exciting things go unnoticed around them.
  • Expanded Acronym: Obnoxious Overzealous Male Parent Plays Annoying Horn
  • Numbuh 4 must choose between his job as a KND operative or be a bully fighter.
  • Wyatt is incredibly stressed and has realized that everyone thinks he's uptight, so he gets Jude to teach him to skateboard. Meanwhile, Caitlin keeps making Jen go out with her on double dates that only one couple enjoys.
  • Carly accompanies Sam and Freddie on a date to keep them from fighting. Spencer makes a lawn Much to Carly's annoyance. Viewers: 4.1 million viewers.
  • Cree Lincoln becomes the Gilligan bros.'s new babysitter. A parody of Little Nemo: Adventures in Slumberland.
  • After Nikki's father secures the job, he gives Nikki one last chance. If she can come up with a hundred reasons not to move, they will stay where they are and he'll give up the job.
  • Johnny and Dukey challenge his sisters, their friends, and their enemies to a survival challenge in which the winning team gets hundreds of dollars in gift certificates.
  • When Jonesy becomes the booking manager for the mall and a guru he booked cancels on him, he puts Jude onstage to act like a swami. Surprisingly, Jude's advice is actually taken as good by the audience, which leads to several catastrophic events happening, including Coach Halder running around the mall shirtless, Caitlin trying to apply Jude's advice on her date, and Wyatt getting stuck on top of a ladder.
  • Marlowe gets excited after getting a job at Spin This, which upsets Wyatt because his old flame Serena still works there. His fears are inflamed further when Jonesy warns that his ex- and current-girlfriend will certainly talk about him, and soon they'll reveal all they know to each other. While Wyatt schemes about how to get Marlowe to quit her job, Jonesy uses his new job as an optometrist to scam lots of commissions by replacing the regular eye chart with a blurry one so that he can sell more glasses.
  • The KND try to get the last box of Rainbow Munchies from a super-villain supermarket.
  • The great escape is on when Johnny and Dukey are imprisoned by Wacko in an online video game.
  • When iCarly convinced their viewers to vote for David Archuleta on a show entitled "America Sings", their opponent singer makes Carly, Sam and Freddie feel guilty. To make it up to him, they try to help him out by creating a music video with the singer. Meanwhile, Sam teaches Spencer to lie when he gets a letter that claims he has a movie that is 10-years overdue. Guest Stars: David Archuleta as himself, and Alex Schemmer as Wade Collins
  • When Blast Ketchup gets his revenge, he sucks in Hugh, trying to suck Johnny in. Thinking he is one of Johnny's TinyMon, he captures him. Johnny, Dukey, Susan, and Mary must stop him. To re-exit the game, they must win another battle with Blast.
  • Numbuhs 2 and 3 try to guide a plane full of hamsters. Meanwhile, Lizzie is jealous of a girl Numbuh 1 is hanging out with, and races over to try and keep Nigel from "dating" her.
  • The KND try to find Numbuh 78 in a treehouse infested with Nerd Zombies. A parody of Resident Evil and House of the Dead.
  • Expanded Acronym: Private Investigator's New Kase Extra Yucky Epidemic
  • The KND try to close up a virus being spread in a KND undersea laboratory.
  • Expanded Acronym: Running Amok In Nature's Bounty Observing Wild Safari
  • Johnny and Dukey prank call historical figures using the Turbo Time Teahouse's new wall phone.
  • While the Tests go on vacation, Johnny and Dukey try to get back into their hotel room and avoid the hotel manager that doesn't allow pets.
  • Carly and her pals try to help a former pop star make a comeback video, but the task proves challenging when they realize the ex-star is all washed up. Elsewhere, Spencer is surprised to learn the new woman he's been dating is Gibby's mother. Viewers: The premiere broadcast of "iFix a Popstar" brought an average of 3.831 million viewers, and was the 18th basic cable telecast for the week, but again #1 on basic cable for the evening. Guest Stars: Noah Munck as Gibby, Betsy Rue as Ginger Fox, and Deena Dill as Charlotte Gibson
  • The iCarly gang celebrate "Halfoween" because they think Halloween is so great that it should come twice a year, but Nevel pulls a prank on Carly and her friends. Viewers: 2.932 million viewers.
  • Miranda Cosgrove and Jerry Trainor introduce bloopers and outtakes from the series. Note: Drake Bell makes an unannounced appearance in this episode. Viewers: The premiere broadcast of "iBloop" brought an average of 4.3 million viewers, and was again #1 on basic cable for the evening.
  • Expanded Acronym: Homework Obliterated Using Nefarious Dog
  • In the sequel to "The Bloo Superdude and the Magic Potato of Power," our hero must set out on a quest if he wishes to attend a ceremony honoring The Great Creator of Everything . However, Bloo is sick and has hallucinations, making him think he's the Superdude when he's only running around the house. In real life a delirious Bloo is trying to get out of the house to get to Mac's birthday party which is outside.
  • Heinrich uses a ritual involving sacred golden caramels to take away the qualities the Sector V operatives value the most.
  • Expanded Acronym" Boys Enthusiastically Attempt Chivalrous Heroics
  • The Six-Gum Gang is stealing everyone's homework on a school bus.
  • Eduardo has a British penpal and Bloo is convinced that it's the Queen of England. He tries to make her his penpal instead by writing her a letter. Mac suggests to use Nancy, an English pen imaginary friend, but Bloo claims it'll make the letter "boring." Mac then suggests a care-package to make her really believe that Bloo cares. Bloo brings in a huge package, but it turns out the penpal was really Nancy. She claims the package is "boring" and she can only use it as a doorstop.
  • Susan swaps bodies with Johnny so that she and Mary can get a men-only science award.
  • On Valentine's Day, Jonesy tries to ask out Nikki, but when she refuses on the basis that she doesn't date due to too many bad experiences, he decides to auction himself off as a date to the highest bidder. Jen and Caitlin also try to find dates, but when they can't do this, they decide to hang out with Nikki instead, and Wyatt has to try and figure what to do on his Valentine's Day date with Serena.
  • Mac takes Bloo to school for show and tell. The kids love Bloo so much, that they imagine their own variations on Bloo. Hundreds of Bloos are created, and Bloo dubs them his minions and himself leader. Mac was going to take Bloo to see the Ice Charades, but with hundreds of Bloos, he can't figure out which is the original. Paired with: Sight for Sore Eyes
  • Starr goes goth, and Jude goes goth as well to impress her. Things come to a head when both Jude's friends and the goths visit the movie theater to see a horror movie, and the electricity goes out in the middle of the horror show.
  • On iCarly, Sam's tooth falls out, leading Carly to take Sam to the dentist. When the doctor gives Sam laughing gas, Sam accidentally reveals that she and Freddie shared a secret kiss with each other. Meanwhile, Spencer teaches an art class in a prison.
  • Johnny tries to teach the grounded Bling Bling how to be a regular kid after Bling-Bling's mom wanted him to learn about "the value of a dollar" by taking away all of his money for a week because of an accident that involved a giant robot and a disgruntled badger. Johnny later gets himself grounded by ruining Hugh's meatloaf by "mastering the art of clog dancing on meat".
  • Serena breaks up with Wyatt via text message, and everyone in the gang tries to comfort him over his horrid breakup. Meanwhile, as she has a day off school, Nikki is hanging out with the gang instead of studying like she told her parents, but today is the day her parents have chosen to come to the mall, so she gets Jude to distract them.
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  • The anime adaption of Magic Knight Rayearth aired first on Japan's Yomiuri TV on October 17, 1994 and ended on November 27, 1995. The anime itself had two seasons, lasting 49 episodes altogether.
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  • Below is listed every episode of the Sceince Fiction series Earth: Final Conflict, seasons 1 - 5.
  • The following is a list of episodes of the British television game show Robot Wars, a series that was originally broadcast from 1998 to 2004 on BBC Two and later BBC Choice before moving to Five for the Seventh Wars, and back to BBC Two for the rebooted Series 8 and 9. The various international series of Robot Wars produced for American, Dutch and German audiences are also listed.
  • 01.01: Legacy - April 19 1990Estranged brothers Joe and Brian Hackett reunite to run a small commuter airline together. They prepare for takeoff with a quirky crew of characters including their childhood friend Helen Chappel, their rival Roy Biggins, the outspoken Fay and one-of-a-kind maintenance guy, Lowell Mather. 01.02: Around The World In Eighty Years - April 26 1990Anxiety is in the air when Helen, a cellist, scores a symphony audition in Cambridge. Meanwhile, Fay convinces a retired pilot to reach for the sky and continue his dream of flying solo around the world. 01.03: Return to Nantucket Part I – May 3 1990Despite a thick fog, Brian flies Sandpiper’s one and only plane to Boston to meet his ex-wife Carol on her layover. Will he rekindle an old flame… Or crash and burn? 01.04: Return to Nantucket Part II – May 10 1990Brian’s ex-wife Carol wreaks havoc on Nantucket, as she comes between the brothers and accuses Helen of being jealous of her. The unexpected love triangle has Joe and Brian staring sibling rivalry square in the eye. 01.05: There Once Was a Girl from Nantucket – May 17 1990Brian tries to spark Joe’s lame love life by setting him up with the islands most infamous playgirl. Soon, the brothers end up on a double date with disaster. 01.06: All for One and Two for Helen – May 24 1990When Brian plans to seduce Helen, she sees red.… while Joe sees green. But when Joe spies on them, Helen decides to give both brothers a lesson in love and friendship. 02.07: The Puppet Master – September 28, 1990Determined to get Helen to drop her “No Dating Pilots” rule, Brian hires an actor to play a charming pilot bent on winning Helen’s heart. But his plot backfires when Helen ends up with a ring on her finger… and Brian ends up with mud on his face. 02.08: The Story of Joe – October 5, 1990Cheers regulars Norm Peterson and Cliff Clavin fly Sandpiper Air on a fishing trip to Nantucket. Meanwhile, an airline magazine reporter interviews Joe, but finds Brian’s stories more newsworthy. 02.09: A Little Nightmare Music – October 12, 1990Aspiring cellist Helen hits a sour note when she performs an impromptu audition for a visiting Minneapolis Philharmonic conductor. She’s ready to give up her dream… unless, Joe and Brian can get the critical conductor to sing a different tune. 02.10: Sports and Leisure – October 19, 1990After ruining the gang’s fishing trip, killjoy Roy asks Joe for tips on how to make more friends. He gets a chance to test his new charm at the group’s weekly Trivial Pursuit game… but playing nice may be harder than it looks. 02.11: A Stand Up Kind of Guy – October 26, 1990Even though he does not remember the groom, Joe agrees to be the best man at a high school classmate’s wedding. Now, he’s throwing the bachelor party and hosting the wedding weekend… for better or worse. 02.12: It’s Not The Thought, It’s The Gift – November 9, 1990In an effort to win her affection, Joe and Brian compete to give birthday girl Helen extravagant gifts. A deceptive and generous Brian seems to have won the contest, but Joe’s heartfelt gift ends up being the icing on the cake. 02.13: Hell Hath No Fury Like A Policewoman Scorned – November 16, 1990After he’s nailed for 42 unpaid parking tickets, Brian sweet talks the tough-but-lonely policewoman and ends up arresting her attention and then some. But to get out of this relationship he’ll need to call for some serious back-up. 02.14: High Anxiety – November 23, 1990When Joe’s high blood pressure keeps him from flying, laidback Brian takes over the captain’s seat. But soon, the brothers have a confrontation that could ground Sandpiper Air forever.
  • Full episode guide for the Young Dracula series. Young Dracula is a British television series which aired on CBBC. It is loosely based on the children's book by Michael Lawrence. The first series, consisting of 14 episodes, was broadcast in 2006. The second series was broadcast from 2 November 2007 - 8 February 2008 and consisted of a total of 13 episodes. After a hiatus of nearly four years, the third series was commissioned and aired from 31 October 2011 to 12 December 2011. The series kept some of the original cast and was directed by Joss Agnew. Two more series followed before the series ended in 2014. 1. * When You're a Stranger Original Airdate: 21 September 2006 2. * Dead-ucation Original Airdate: 28 September 2006 3. * Mummy Returns Original Airdate: 5 October 2006 4. * Slaytime TV Original Airdate: 12 October 2006 5. * Like Father Like Son Original Airdate: 19 October 2006 6. * Toothache Original Airdate: 26 October 2006 7. * A Matter Of Life and Chess Original Airdate: 2 November 2006 8. * Blood Relations Original Airdate: 9 November 2006 9. * The Sleepover Original Airdate: 16 November 2006 10. * Blood Sport Original Airdate: 23 November 2006 11. * Father's Day Original Airdate: 30 November 2006 12. * Halloscream Original Airdate: 7 December 2006 13. * Blood Tests Original Airdate: 14 December 2006 14. * Countdown Original Airdate: 21 December 2006 See Series 1 |-|Series 2= 1. * Kidnipped Original Airdate: 2 November 2007 2. * The Yanks Are Coming Original Airdate: 9 November 2007 3. * Mirror Mirror Original Airdate: 16 November 2007 4. * Bad Reflection Original Airdate: 23 November 2007 5. * Dad's Back Original Airdate: 30 November 2007 6. * Baby Dracula Original Airdate: 7 December 2007 7. * Insomnia Original Airdate: 14 December 2007 8. * Love Bites Original Airdate: 21 December 2007 9. * Bodyswap Original Airdate: 11 January 2008 10. * Sweet Sixteenth Original Airdate: 18 January 2008 11. * Eclipse Original Airdate: 25 January 2008 12. * When Vampires Go Bad Original Airdate: 1 February 2008 13. * The Chosen One Original Airdate: 8 February 2008 See Series 2 |-|Series 3= 1. * Hide and Seek Original Airdate: 31 October 2011 2. * The Enemy Within Original Airdate: 1 November 2011 3. * Faustian Slip Original Airdate: 7 November 2011 4. * Fangs For The Memories Original Airdate: 8 November 2011 5. * Carpathian Feast Original Airdate: 14 November 2011 6. * Blood Thief Original Airdate: 15 November 2011 7. * Bad to the Bones Original Airdate: 21 November 2011 8. * Bad Vlad Original Airdate: 22 November 2011 9. * Therapy Original Airdate: 28 November 2011 10. * The Return Original Airdate: 29 November 2011 11. * Hit Chicks Original Airdate: 5 December 2011 12. * Blood Loyalties Original Airdate: 6 December 2011 13. * All For One Original Airdate: 12 December 2011 See Series 3 |-|Series 4= 1. * The Good, the Bad and the Undead Original Airdate: 29th October 2012 2. * Revamped Original Airdate: 5th November 2012 3. * Storm in a Blood Cup Original Airdate: 12th November 2012 4. * The Crown of Ludlaw Erant Original Airdate: 19th November 2012 5. * Murderer in the Midst Original Airdate: 26th November 2012 6. * Bloodbound Original Airdate: 27th November 2012 7. * Do The Bite Thing Original Airdate: 3rd December 2012 8. * Loyalty's For Breathers Original Airdate: 4th December 2012 9. * Sun And Heir Original Airdate: 10th December 2012 10. * Whatever It Takes Original Airdate: 11th December 2012 11. * Bootiful Breathers Original Airdate: 17th December 2012 12. * Cuckoo in the Nest Original Airdate: 18th December 2012 13. * Kiss of Death Original Airdate: 18th December 2012 See Series 4 |-|Series 5= 1. * Fight or Flight Original Airdate: 13th January 2014 2. * Who's the Daddy Original Airdate: 20th January 2014 3. * Flesh and Blood Original Airdate: 27th January 2014 4. * Once Bitten, Twice Shy Original Airdate: 3rd February 2014 5. * Warning Shadows Original Airdate: 10th February 2014 6. * The Enemy Within Original Airdate: 17th February 2014 7. * Nemesis Rising Original Airdate: 24th February 2014 8. * Open House Original Airdate: 3rd March 2014 9. * The Bodyguard Original Airdate: 10th March 2014 10. * Blood Match Original Airdate: 17th March 2014 11. * Bite Me Original Airdate: 24th March 2014 12. * The Darkest Hour - Part 1 Original Airdate: 31st March 2014 13. * The Darkest Hour - Part 2 Original Airdate: 31st March 2014 See Series 5
  • This is the The Cleveland Show Wiki Episode Guide. For just a condensed view with no images and descriptions, go to the List View.
  • Batfink was an American Animated series series whose episodes lasted for five minutes each, with the series running for a grand total of one hundred episodes from the 21 April 1966 – 4th October 1967.
  • There are 27 episodes of Gurren Lagann including a special episode. It is divided into two halves. The second half takes place seven years after the defeat of Lordgenome. Each episode title is actually a line said by a main character. From Episode 1 to 8, it was Kamina's. From Episode 9 to 15, it was Nia's. from Episode 17 to 22, it was Rossiu's and from Episode 23 onward, it was Simon's.
  • The Chobits (チょびッツ Chobittsu?) is an adaptation of the manga of the same name by Clamp. The series was adapted by Madhouse and directed by Morio Asaka with music by K-Taro Takanami and character designs by Hisashi Abe. The series was broadcast in 26 episodes from April 2, 2002 to September 24, 2002 across Japan, East Asia, and Southeast Asia by the anime satellite television network, Animax and the terrestrial Tokyo Broadcasting System network. Elsewhere in the world, the series was rebroadcast in Korea by AniOne TV, in France by Europe 2 TV, in Spain by both Animax España and Buzz Channel, in Portugal on Animax Portugal, and in Poland by Hyper. It was later released in Japan across 8 DVDs. The original episodes 9 and 18 are "recap" episodes, summarizing previous events. These episodes were re-numbered for the DVD release as episodes 8.5 and 18.5, respectively, and removed from their original sequence by being published together on the final DVD. As a result, the series is 24 episodes long. In addition, there are two DVD-only OVAs: a 27th episode recapping the series (numbered episode 24.5) and a 6-minute special. __TOC__
  • This Epsiode Guide will display every episode of the series. There is currently going to 11 Seasons and 220 Episodes.
  • This is a complete Episode Guide for all the animation produced for One Piece (ワンピース Wanpīsu?) based on the manga authored by Eiichiro Oda. The series currently consists of Episodes (ongoing), OVAs, TV specials and movies. This episode list covers the original episode list for the series. Episodes 1-206 were made and broadcast in 4:3 fullscreen, while Episodes 207 onward were made and broadcast in 16:9 widescreen. The American localized version of One Piece by 4Kids Entertainment omitted and merged certain episodes due to editorial and censorship purposes. FUNimation Entertainment has licensed the series since and uncut DVD boxsets were first released on May 27, 2008, beginning with Episode 1. FUNimation continues to maintain the English titles of the episodes as close as possible to its authentic Japanese meaning. The anime is still actively ongoing, and is subbed and dubbed by both official and unofficial sponsors. There are also many notable fansubs to the anime.
  • The Mighty Ducks cartoon has only one season's worth of episodes. Many of the episodes were not originally aired in chronological order.
  • This page is a full list of two pints episodes, ordered by series.
  • The series ran from Sunday, January 11, 2004 to Sunday, September 16, 2007 for 4 seasons and 57 episodes and 2 TV films.
  • The first season of the show had 25 episodes and in December 2010, Weekly Shōnen Jump announced that a second season will air in October 2011. A second season of 25 episodes then began airing on October 1, 2011. On June 28, 2011, North American anime distributor Media Blasters announced that they acquired the rights to the series. A day later, Media Blasters also confirmed license to the second season. They have started releasing DVDs from November 2011 with an English Dub. In December 2011 Weekly Shonen Jump announced that a third season will air in the Fall of 2012. A third season of 25 episodes began airing on October 6, 2012.
  • This is an episode list for the series Aqua Teen Hunger Force. The show premiered on Cartoon Network on December 30, 2000 with its pilot episode, "Rabbot." It later became a part of Cartoon Network's late-night block, Adult Swim. The film's DVD released on August 14, 2007. The series is a spin-off of a Space Ghost Coast to Coast episode called "Baffler Meal." On April 13, 2007, a full-length film based on the series released in select theaters. This list is ordered by the episodes' original airdates.
  • For a summary of the entire series, see Dragon Booster: An Overview.
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  • The following is a list of episodes for the Cartoon Network animated television series Ed, Edd n Eddy. The series began on January 4, 1999, and originally ended on November 5, 2004. In 2005, the series went back into production and concluded in 2009 with a 90-minute TV movie. Ed, Edd n Eddy is the longest running original series on the network and one of the most successful.
  • Viz Media has dubbed the second season of Blue Dragon under the name "Blue Dragon: Trial of the Seven Shadows". As of May 3, 2010, Cartoon Network in Pakistan begun airing the second season (English dubbed) every weekday at 4:30 pm.
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  • The following is the master list of 300 half-hour episodes of The Red Green Show, organized by season.
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  • The episodes of the D.Gray-man anime are based on the manga series of the same name written by Katsura Hoshino. They are directed by Osamu Nabeshima and produced by Dentsu, TMS Entertainment, Aniplex and TV Tokyo. TMS Entertainment produced the animation and Aniplex was responsible for the music production. The plot of the episodes follows the adventures of Allen Walker, an exorcist that wields the power of "Innocence" in order to fight against The Millennium Earl, an ancient sorcerer seeking to destroy the world with monsters called akuma. The episodes began airing on October 3, 2006 in Japan on TV Tokyo. The first season of the anime, known as the "1st stage", aired for 51 episodes, finishing its run on September 25, 2007. The second season, known as the "2nd stage", began airing on October 2, 2007, and finished its run on September 30, 2008, lasting 52 episodes. The English adaptation of the series has been licensed by Funimation, and the first season of the anime is set to air in the beginning of 2009. Twelve pieces of theme music are used for the episodes: four opening themes and eight closing themes. Singles have been released of the individual songs, and three original soundtracks, each containing tracks of the series' theme music, have been released on March 21, 2007, December 19, 2007, and December 17, 2008 respectively. Twenty-six DVD compilations have been released by Aniplex between the first on February 7, 2007 and the latest on March 4, 2009. The first thirteen compilations contain episodes of the first season, and all successive compilations have episodes of the second season. On March 31, 2009, Funimation released the first thirteen episodes of the anime as a DVD compilation. The next thirteen episodes were released on June 23, 2009, and on Blu-ray released on January 5, 2010.
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  • The BBC sitcom, Only Fools and Horses, sets up the basic story of a family of rag-tag misfits called the Trotters. Derek "Del Boy" Trotter, a fast-talking, archetypal cockney market trader, lives in a council flat in a high-rise tower block, Nelson Mandela House, in Peckham, South London with his much younger brother, Rodney, and their elderly Grandad. Their mother Joan died in 1964 when Rodney was young, and their father Reg absconded shortly after his wife's death, effectively making Del Rodney's surrogate father and the family patriarch. Despite the difference in their ages, the brothers share a constant bond throughout. The situation focuses primarily on their futile attempts to get rich - "This time next year, we'll be millionaires!" is a frequent saying of Del's - through buying and selling a variety of low-quality and illegal goods, such as Russian Army camcorders, luminous yellow paint, and sex dolls filled with an explosive gas. They own an unregistered company, Trotters Independent Traders, trade primarily on the black market and generally neither pay taxes nor claim money from the state; as Del says, "the government don't give us nothing, so we don't give the government nothing." Most of their deals are too dodgy to succeed and usually end up backfiring, an important factor in generating sympathy for the characters. They also drive a grubby three-wheeled van, and are regulars at their local pub, the Nag's Head. Initially, Del Boy, Rodney, and Grandad were the show's only regulars, but gradually the likes of dopey roadsweeper Trigger, snobbish used car salesman Boycie and his wife, Marlene, Nag's Head landlord Mike, youthful spiv Mickey Pearce, lorry driver Denzil, and grubby cafe owner Sid were added to the cast, becoming popular in their own right and contributing to the humour and the plots, although the show always centred around the Trotters. As the series progressed, the scope of the plots expanded, leading to the larger regular cast, with writer John Sullivan unafraid to mix comedy with drama. Many early episodes were largely self-contained, with few plot-lines mentioned again, but the show developed a story arc and an ongoing episodic dimension. The character of Grandad was killed off following the death of Lennard Pearce, and the brothers' long-lost Uncle Albert emerged to restore the three generations line-up. After years of fruitless searching, both Del and Rodney found long-term love, in the form of Raquel and Cassandra respectively; Del Boy also had a son with Raquel, Damien. Rodney and Cassandra married, separated, and then got back together again. Uncle Albert died. Cassandra miscarried, but then she and Rodney eventually had a baby. Rodney found out who his real father was. The Trotters finally became millionaires, before losing it again, and then gaining it back. The humour comes from several sources. The interaction between Del and Rodney is key, with each an ideal comic foil for the other in both personality and appearance. Much is made of the traits of individual characters, such as Del's lack of cultural refinement, despite his pretensions, best seen in his misuse of French phrases or his claims to be a yuppy; Rodney's gormless nature, resulting in him being labelled a "plonker" or a "dipstick" by Del; the general daftness of Grandad and Trigger, and the rampant snobbery of Boycie. There are also several running gags, including Trigger's constant reference to Rodney as "Dave", Uncle Albert's "During the war..." anecdotes, Del's supposed long-time affair with Marlene and the dilapidated Reliant Regal van. Through its 64-episode run, this series took British audiences not only around cities in Britain, but also and to many different cities and countries: Benidorm, Spain; Amsterdam, Holland; Miami, Florida, and many more.
  • 133 episodes have so far been aired (as of 6 September 2012). A further 50 episodes have been commissioned for broadcast over a two year period, commencing August 2012.
  • This is a list of Ned's Declassified School Survival Guide episodes in chronological order. The series originally aired from 2004 to 2007 on Nickelodeon. It ran in reruns on the channel until 2008. It briefly returned to the channel in Fall 2012. The series can now only be found on Nickelodeon's sister channel TeenNick, where it started airing in 2008, and is aired on a daily basis.
  • This season includes a 90-minute special titled "Destination Imagination" and the series finale, "Goodbye to Bloo." The intro was shortened for season 6, too.
  • The Webcomics episode marks the end of the use of Yahtzee's "personally made with music relating to the game" openings.
  • This page is a list of episode of the Basil Brush Show in order of episode, ordered by series. The series ran for 78 episodes over six series from the 4th of October 2002 - the 30th of November 2007.
  • This is a list of episodes of the Pokémon Anime ポケットモンスター (Poketto Monsutā Pocket Monsters). For movies see Pokémon Movies and other specials see Pokémon Special. The division between seasons of Pokémon is mainly based on the openings of each episode, that aired in the United States and may not reflect the actual production season in Japan which is divided by series.
  • The following is a list of episodes of both the Emmy Award-winning United States sitcom Friends and its spin-off Joey. Friends ran for 10 seasons and consisted of 236 episodes which were first broadcast between September 22, 1994 and May 6, 2004. Joey ran for 2 seasons and consisted of 38 episodes (with 8 remaining unaired) which were first broadcast between September 9, 2004 until it was cancelled in May 2006.
  • This page is an episode guide for the NBC Little House on the Prairie television series.
  • Futurama Volume 3 - Not to be confused with Season 3 1. * Fry and the others find themselves trapped on a planet of Amazonian women ruled by a man hating computer. 2. * A miniature version of the planet express crew attempts to rid Fry’s body of parasitic worms; meanwhile, Leela finds Fry’s new personality irresistible. 3. * As Christmas approaches Bender faces execution when he fills in for the murderous Santa robot. 4. * Fry searches the ancient ruins of Old New York for his beloved lucky clover… Only to conclude that his older brother stole not only the clover by his life. 5. * Leela fights to save the lives of penguins after the planet express ship is involved in an oil spill on Pluto. 6. * Bender finds true romance with a coworker after crossing a picket line, but jealousy over his love’s ex-boyfriend threatens to destroy everything. 7. * Only Fry can save earth when evil brains from another world plot to make everyone stupid. 8. * Dr. Zoidberg promises his uncle - washed comedian Harold Zoid - that he will invest $1 million in his Hollywood movie. 9. * Tired of feeling like an outcast, Leela has a second eye grafted onto her face; Bender adopts 12 children after learning about the governments seemingly lucrative stipend. 10. * Although Kif, Amy’s boyfriend, retrieves her parents Buggalo herd and rescues Amy when she is kidnapped, they still refuse to accept him. 11. * Fry and Bender become inadvertent participants in the bank robbery and are sentenced to a robot insane asylum where Fry comes to believe that he is indeed a robot. 12. * Hermes’ and the professor’s son try to outdo them in the business world but need their dads’ help when success overwhelms them; Bender becomes a brewmiester. 13. * Bender is broken in a freak accident, but meets Beck who launches him on a singing career that turns him into hero for other broken robots. 14. * While creating a team of mutants to play the Harlem Globetrotters, the professor accidentally causes a disruption in time that threatens the existence of the universe, but it may give Fry a chance to finally win Leela’s heart. 15. * Fry realizes a life long dream by dating a Lucy Liu robot. 16. * Leela believes she is a pioneer for women’s athletics when she becomes the first female major-league blernsball player. 17. * Bender’s longing to be remembered motivates him to become a tyrannical Pharaoh on Osiris 4. 18. * When the professor fine tunes his What-If Machine, Bender discovers what it would be like if he were human, Fry discovers that it would be like if life were more like video games, and Leela discovers what it would be like if she found her true home. 19. * In this Emmy winning episode the Planet Express ship travels through time to Roswell, New Mexico in 1947 and Fry becomes his own progeny. 20. * Bender accidentally gets shot out into the heavens and becomes God to a race of tiny aliens only to fail in that position and meet the Real Thing. 21. * A cryogenically frozen 1980s guy is thawed, becomes the CEO of the failing Planet Express company, and threatens to have it acquired and gutted by its largest competitor. 22. * Bender learns to cook and competes against the pretentious, popular chef Elzar in an Iron Cook chef contest; Dr. Zoidberg is struck with remorse when he frames Fry for his own misdeed.
  • ^ These episodes originally aired as 2-hour episodes and count as 1 episode, as per the network numbering system. In syndication, these episodes are often split into 2 separate episodes.
  • Episode list is a full list of episodes of Cory in the House which is a spin-off of the Disney Channel Original Series, That's So Raven. It aired on the Disney Channel from January 12, 2007 to September 12, 2008. A total of 34 episodes were produced spanning 2 seasons.
  • The following is an episode list for 7th Heaven, an American television drama series. 7th Heaven was created by executive producer Brenda Hampton, who pitched it to Spelling Television, and co-executive produced by Aaron Spelling and E. Duke Vincent. The series revolves around a family headed by parents Eric Camden (Stephen Collins), a Protestant Reverend, and Annie Camden (Catherine Hicks), a homemaker. Their seven children are Matt (Barry Watson), Mary (Jessica Biel), Lucy (Beverley Mitchell), Simon (David Gallagher), Ruthie (Mackenzie Rosman) and twins Sam and David (Nikolas and Lorenzo Brino)
  • This is a list of The Simpsons episodes by broadcast order. The series has so far broadcast over 552 episodes with its 25th season premiering on September 29, 2013 and ending on May 18, 2014. Season 26 had premiered on September 28, 2014.
  • The Young Ones is a British sitcom, first broadcast in 1982, which ran for two series on BBC2. Its anarchic, offbeat humour helped bring alternative comedy to television in the 1980s and made household names of its writers and performers. Soon afterwards, it was shown on MTV, one of the first non-music television shows on the fledgling channel. When originally broadcast, episodes were shown on BBC2 Tuesdays at 9 pm.
  • These are the list of episodes for the Disney XD animated series, Big Hero 6: The Series.
  • It is filmed entirely from the physical points-of-view of the characters, and viewers can hear the interior monologues of Mark and Jez.
  • This is a list of all episodes in Stupid Mario Brothers, which follows the adventures of Mario, Luigi, Wario, Waluigi, and several of their best friends. Starting from Season One, in addition to the episode number in the season, the overall episode number is also listed.
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  • This is an episode list for the comedy-drama television series Dirty Sexy Money. The series ran on ABC for two seasons from September 26, 2007 to August 8, 2009, airing a total of 23 episodes. The program revolves around the Darlings, the richest family in New York, their family lawyer Nick George and the mystery revolving around his father's death.
  • This is the Family Guy Wiki (FGW) Episode Guide. The show premiered on January 31, 1999 and originally ended on February 14, 2002. After the overwhelming success of DVD sales and cable ratings on Adult Swim, FOX decided to revive the program, and it began airing again on May 1, 2005. A direct to DVD movie, Stewie Griffin: The Untold Story, was also released and it was later re-edited for television and aired as three episodes: "Stewie B. Goode", "Bango Was His Name Oh", and "Stu & Stewie's Excellent Adventure". For just a simple view with no images go to the List View
  • Gavin & Stacey is a British romantic situation comedy that follows the long-distance relationship of Gavin Shipman (Mathew Horne) from Billericay in Essex, England, and Stacey West (Joanna Page) from Barry in the Vale of Glamorgan, Wales. It ran for a total of 20 episodes; these were broadcast from 13 May 2007 to 1 January 2010, comprising three series and two Christmas specials. Initially, the series was shown on digital-only channel BBC Three, but a growing following meant that it was subsequently moved to BBC Two, and finally BBC One. The last episodes of the final series formed a significant part of the prime time BBC seasonal programming, and were broadcast on Christmas Day 2009 and New Year's Day 2010.
  • Ace Lightning is a British and Canadian children's television series co-produced by the BBC and Alliance Atlantis, which originally broadcast in the United Kingdom but was also aired in other countries including the United States, Australia, New Zealand and South Africa. The programme featured live actors interacting with computer animated characters from a fictional video game. The series is significant in that until its creation, live action and CGI had not been attempted to such a huge and constant degree within a weekly television serial.
  • Sasuke frees Suigetsu, then depart to retrieve Zabuza's sword. Upon arriving to Zabuza's unmarked grave they find that the sword is missing.
  • This page is a full, ordered list of every episode of Wizards of Waverly Place, which has ran for 106 episodes over four seasons from October 12, 2007 to January 6, 2012. Series also have aired a movie named “Wizards of Waverly Place: The Movie” and a special episode named “The Wizards Return: Alex vs. Alex”. Wizards of Waverly Place ended as the longest-running Disney Channel Original Series (surpassing That's So Raven) with 106 episodes over four seasons. Since there has been a lot of episodes, too much to list on one page, the episodes have been sorted by season and arranged by episode number.
  • The list below provides the sequential order of the episodes of Clockwork Planet.
  • Click an episode name to go to a detailed page about that particular episode.
  • The following is a list of The Other Kingdom episodes that aired on Nickelodeon starting April 10, 2016. To see the complete list of episodes from The Other Kingdom Universe, look below.
  • Below is a chronological list of episodes in Gems Across The Cosmos and Gems Across The Cosmos: The Next Generation, along with the miniseries, Gems Across The Cosmos: Reborn.
  • This is the Episode Guide for Season 1 & 2. The first season premiered on November 8, 2008 and the second season is planned to have 34 episodes.
  • The Sopranos ran for 6 seasons between January 10, 1999 and June 10, 2007 producing a total of 86 episodes. The following is a complete list of the entire run of the series.
  • This season was shown on the United States on Cartoon Network since January 7, 2008.
  • A special 3-disc DVD set, out in stores on July 19, 2011, "The I <3 ICarly Collection" combines episodes of Season 2 and Season 3, along with Behind the Scenes Extras, Pilot of Big Time Rush, iSpace Out trivia, and a bonus episode of Victorious.
  • This page is a list of episodes of the Hustle by series.
  • List of episodes. Note: While the episode numbers were the order supposedly aired by Disney Channel, the correct chronology of events in the series can be viewed on Jeff Goode's official website for American Dragon: Jake Long. This is one of the reasons in season 2, the episode "Switcheroo" has Jake claiming him and Rose "were kinda together" and now were "kinda broken up". As this statement is rather confusing due to the fact that the last episode Rose and Jake were together was "Fools' Gold" and the previous episode was "Dreamscape" where there were no suggestions depicting a breakup between the couple. The actual breakup happens during the episode "The Love Cruise" which is portrayed as the episode following "Switcheroo" which is why this particular order of episodes is rather misleading.
  • This is an episode list for the Adult Swim series, Squidbillies. As of August 12, 2012, 74 episodes of Squidbillies have aired over six full seasons, with a seventh season currently in progress. Seasons 1-6 are available on DVD. This list is ordered by the episodes' original airdates. Series Overview
  • Since there are 102 episodes, this wiki has split the seasons up for each one of the show with their episodes on them.
  • The following is a list of episodes for the Nickelodeon television series, Zoey 101. The series began filming in Spring 2004 to August 2007, with episodes airing from January 9, 2005 to May 2, 2008. A total of 65 episodes were produced spanning 4 seasons.
  • Each show contained two 15 minute cartoon segements. They aired in sequential order, when they re-aired the cartoon segments were shuffled later in the season in each show.
  • Created by Bob Boyle, Wow! Wow! Wubbzy! is an American animated television series which stars Wubbzy, an excitable Wuzzleburg resident with his friends Widget, an eccentric inventor and builder, Walden, a genius who knows about everything, and Daizy, Wubbzy's new friend who can grow amazing plants. The series originated as a small comic book by creator Bob Boyle's niece Viviana Ogawa, who co-illustrated the book with him. The main characters, Flopsy, Mopsy, and Ted then evolved into Widget, Wubbzy, and Walden (in respective order). In this series, Wubbzy and his friends solve everyday problems by thinking, inventing, and just having fun, with wacky running gags like the Kooky Kid, silly action, and various other thrills. In the United States, Wow! Wow! Wubbzy! ran for two seasons from August 28, 2006 to February 21, 2010, with 52 episodes (and 2 TV movies), and has so far not been confirmed for a third season. This show ended its broadcast run on April 15, 2014 on the Nick Jr. channel, but still continues to run worldwide. The series also contains two made-for-TV movies, Wubbzy's Big Movie and Wubb Idol, both being episode compilation movies with some content added. Both have been released on DVD.
  • This page is a guide to episodes of Home Improvement which was an American television sitcom which aired on the ABC network in the United States from September 17th, 1991 – May 25th, 1999. The show consisted of eight seasons with a total number of 204 half-hour episodes.
  • This is the episode guide of Saturday Night Live. The show is currently on its 42nd Season
  • The following is a list of episodes for the Canadian animated television series 6teen. The series premiered on Teletoon on November 7, 2004 and ended on February 11, 2010. In the United States, the series premiered on Nickelodeon on December 18, 2005, but was removed from the schedule the next year. It also aired on The N. Cartoon Network aired premieres of the show between October 23, 2008 and June 21, 2010. Cartoon Network's airing of the show was the most complete, as it aired episodes from all four seasons, but premiered them out of order and left 26 episodes unaired.
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  • The Secret Live of the American Teenager is a television series that created by Brenda Hampton. It first aired on ABC Family on July 1, 2008 in the United States. The show was renewed for a second season consisting of 24 episodes on February 9, 2009, which began airing on June 22, 2009. It started airing its 25 episode third season on June 7, 2010. On January 10, 2011, The Secret Life of the American Teenager was renewed for a third season along with a second season of the ABC Family hit show, Pretty Little Liars. Both shows are tentatively scheduled for a summer run. As of June 2, 2012, 93 episodes have aired. The first volume of season one is available on DVD in Regions 1 and 4, while the remaining DVDs are only available in Regions 1. Since the series premiered, it has averaged 3 million viewers per episode. The Secret Life of the American Teenager focuses on the relationships between families and friends and how they deal with the unexpected teenage pregnancy of character Amy Juergens, who is portrayed by Shailene Woodley.
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