Captain Flamingo is a Canadian-Filipino animated television series, which chronicles the adventures of Milo Powell, whose alter-ego is Captain Flamingo. The television series was produced by Atomic Cartoons, Breakthrough Films & Television, The Heroic Film Company and PASI Animation, and premiered on YTV on February 7, 2006 and ended on April 17, 2008.
From left to right: Lizbeth and Milo. Image taken from the season one episode "Snot Funny".
|Created by||Suzanne Bolch|
|Developed by||Kevin Gillis|
|Written by||Suzanne Bolch|
|Voices of||Tabitha St. Germain|
|Narrated by||Peter Keleghan|
|Country of origin||Canada|
|No. of seasons||3|
|No. of episodes||104 (list of episodes)|
|Executive producer(s)||Steven Banks|
|Running time||11 minutes|
|Production company(s)||Atomic Cartoons|
Breakthrough Films and Television
Heroic Film Company
Philippine Animation Studio Inc.
Buena Vista International Television (international)
GMA Network (Philippines)
|Picture format||1080i (HDTV)|
|Original release||February 7, 2006 –|
April 17, 2008
The titular character is of an unspecified young age. He has no real super-powers of note, just a desire to help "li'l kids" in trouble. His "super powers" take the form of novelty items, such as a whoopee cushion, among other things.
Milo Powell is an ordinary young Japanese Canadian boy, living in Halverston-in-Area (a fictional district in Toronto, Ontario), until a kid is in trouble. Any time a kid yells "Uh-oh! Flamingo!", Milo transforms into Captain Flamingo, whose mission is to help little kids who need assistance. Captain Flamingo is aided in his missions by his best friend Lizbeth Amanda Zaragoza, who apparently has a not so secret crush on him. CF also has a little brother named Thor.
Quite often, when called upon to carry out a mission, Captain Flamingo is busily engaged with something else, a personal goal or problem (such as waiting in line to buy an ice cream before the truck leaves or runs out of ice cream, but someone calls to him, needing his help); like a true hero, he must, and usually does, put aside his own needs to help others (although, quite often, his actions in successfully aiding the person in distress lead to a successful outcome for his personal goals). Captain Flamingo seldom successfully solves a problem on his first try; in fact, it is not uncommon for his initial attempts to make things worse. In trying to solve the simple problems of various little kids he encounters (such as, say, a lost pencil or a missing sock), Captain Flamingo often gets into tight spots. He has, in various episodes, gotten trapped in a bubble with a full bladder, gone underwater to battle an eel, and has gotten trapped in a deadly matrix of bouncing superballs. Despite this, he never gives up and meets every failure or setback with a new attempt. He eventually gets out of these situations by using his "Bird Brain"; this can be his own instincts, but it usually is Lizbeth. A random thought he speaks aloud might be picked up on by Lizbeth and elaborated into an actual, detailed plan (which Lizbeth will assume was what Captain Flamingo planned to do all along), or he can assume that a suggestion spoken aloud by Lizbeth is his "Bird Brain" speaking to him (although he usually misinterprets her suggestion; however, his misinterpretation usually works). In the end, Captain Flamingo always seems to stumble upon a solution either through Lizbeth's cleverness, persistent refusal to give up and constantly trying new novelty items and plans until he succeeds, or sheer luck (or, quite often, some combination of the three).
- Milo is unaware that Lizbeth has a crush on him, which is shown to the viewer during the opening title and during the show by her eyes turning into hearts.
- The fourth wall is broken several times, usually through the use of characters talking to the narrator (one example is in "Talking to Ralph on the Big Porcelain Phone" where the narrator kept saying things related to vomiting, whereupon Milo yells at him: "WE GET IT, ALREADY!!!").
- Also Milo seems to be completely clueless at times, as in one episode he was completely unaware that he wasn't wearing any trousers. A similar joke happened while he was packing up for "YTV's Big BBQ Blowout" (YTV's former summer program block hosted by Ian from Being Ian and Yvon from Yvon of the Yukon); Milo finished packing his bags, but Ian (from Being Ian, another YTV show) pointed out that he wasn't wearing pants.
- Milo Powell/Captain Flamingo: (voiced by Tabitha St. Germain) Motivated, driven Milo Powell is equipped with the imagination and faith to become a superhero. He stands proudly in his homemade super-tights, his unwieldy flamingo-beak helmet and terry cloth cape, ready to take on an outsized world! With Milo, things rarely turn out as planned, but somehow they do always manage to turn out all right. He carries a heavy heroic burden because kids everywhere rely on him, so he approaches their problems with utmost seriousness—as if the fate of their world depended on it (and maybe it does!). In the episode "Switch Hitch", where Wendell and Milo switched lives, Milo seemed quite jealous of Wendell's feelings towards Lizbeth. It is later revealed that he may love her. When Lizbeth and the rest of his friends were walking away with an imposter, he had shouted "Lizbeth, I love you-I mean how you..."
- Lizbeth Amanda Zaragoza: (voiced by Melanie Tonello) The Captain's best friend, sidekick, and not-so-secret Chinese-Filipino Canadian admirer, Lizbeth is focused and organized, however, she's just a puddle of emotions when it comes to Milo Powell, her favourite square shaped boy. She's a devoted follower and chronicler of his heroics, and, unbeknownst to him, is the voice of the "birdbrain" that often inspires the Captain to save the day. Lizbeth is strong and smart but a bit of a loner because of it. Her best friend, besides Milo, is her monocled stuffed elephant confidante, Chester. Lizbeth is secure in the knowledge that girls mature faster than boys, so she knows one day Milo will catch up and appreciate her. So, for now, she's willing to guide him along and wait patiently for that special day. She acts so because Milo saved her life when they were babies, when Lizbeth nearly fell out of the sandbox onto the concrete sidewalk and Milo threw himself in front of her to save her, and never forgets about it (although witnesses say that what really happened was that Milo became distracted by a butterfly, and, unable to concentrate and keep himself up at the same time, fell down into a heap, unintentionally saving her).
- Thor Powell: (voiced by Nissae Isen) Thor is Milo's diaper-clad baby brother. Thor likes to crawl after Milo and ride his cape. And he likes to slobber on Milo's tights. As Thor's primary babysitter, Milo often has to juggle his little brother and his work—sometimes literally.
- Margerie Powell (Milo's Human Mom): (voiced by Kathy Greenwood) Milo's Japanese mom has her own life as an ornithologist. She loves her boys, but adult schedules and family events come first before little kid desires. She's very huggy and supportive, but also extremely practical and firm. If she's said 'no' twice, Milo knows asking a third time would be foolhardy. Her first name was revealed to be Margerie by a young Mr. Powell in the episode "Future Imperfect".
- David Ignacius Powell (Milo's Human Dad): (voiced by Richard Waugh) Deadpan, monotone and humourless, Milo's dad ironically runs a humour and novelty store where Milo gets his joke products from. With a voice that borders on deep-funereal, Dad is still somehow a warm guy, despite his overall stiffness. His full name was revealed in the episode "Fault Line" by Milo's mom.
- Owen-Only: (voiced by Scott Beaudin) Owen-Only is an Cuban Canadian over-protected only child. He's been padded, helmeted and parentally locked out of most of the thrills of being a kid. And pop-culturally, he's way behind. This character has never tasted junk food, or felt the wind in his hair while riding his scooter, or told a joke where the punch line was "poo." So you have to forgive him for not getting stuff, or always stating the obvious, to the point of being really annoying sometimes. Given what he's up against, you gotta love the guy. Sugar makes Owen extremely hyperactive, his personality goes from sensible to lunatic if he gets even a taste of sugar.
- Rutger: (voiced by Demetrius Joyette) Rutger always bites off more than he can chew. He's excitable, somewhat like a puppy, and has no lack of confidence. But with his maverick attitude, he's always getting himself into trouble by taking stuff on before he's ready or big enough to do it. For instance, rather than ride a dumb little dinghy in the wading pool, he'll construct a massive Titanic-like behemoth out of random floatie toys—only to have it sink dramatically, with him on board. The only Brazilian Canadian kid who thinks as big as he does is the Captain; good thing, as Rutger frequently requires his services.
- Max Roderick: (voiced by Isabel de Carteret) Max (an English Canadian boy) is one of the smartest, most sophisticated kids on the block. It's not his fault he's two feet tall and has a ridicuwous Elmer Fudd-like speech problem where his r's turn into w's, and he often adds w's to his l's. Therefore, 'really' becomes 'reawwy' and 'small' becomes 'smawl.' Luckily, Captain Flamingo gets him out of trouble. A lot. Max reveals his last name is Roderick in the episode "Max Invader, Scourge Of The Universe".
- Avi: (voiced by Matthew Ferguson) Avi, aka 'The Avalanche Kid' is an American Canadian kid that has a real knack for disaster. Is it a bad moon that hangs over his head or just the overlong bangs that hang in his eyes? Whatever the cause, Avi is seriously dexterity-challenged. All it takes from him is one "uh-oh" move to start off an inevitable chain of mounting disasters. Captain Flamingo doesn't mind cleaning up Avi's messes, usually, but sometimes he wishes Avi would plan and call ahead, because, let's face it: if he's going with his mom to the china shop on Monday, Milo really should book the week off. Avi has three identical looking younger sisters, who seem to have inherited Avi's ability to be a walking disaster, which also seems to run in his family.
- Wendell Howell: (voiced by Cole Caplan) Wendell is Milo's cousin and nemesis. He and Milo are always competing against each other. Wendell loves to point out how much better he is than Milo at everything (due mostly to the fact that he is, as he never lets Milo forget, an eighth of an inch taller than Milo, but that is the only way he is superior to him). A bit of a geek, Wendell always looks for a mathematical and/or scientific way to gain the upper hand over Milo. He later invents his own superheroic alter ego, Commander Whooping Crane (He chose this name because Whooping Cranes are taller than Flamingos by a good eighth of an inch) who almost replaced Milo as the neighborhood hero until he got into trouble and had to be saved by CF. In the episode "Switch Hitch", where Milo and Wendell switched lives, Wendell seemed to have feelings for Lizbeth. However, these feelings were unreturned. Wendell's last name is revealed to be Howell in "Scrambled Legs".
- Tabitha: (voiced by: Rebecca Brenner) Tabitha is a Luxembourgian Canadian girl who has two settings: freaked out, and really freaked out. She's on life's fast track; every moment of every day is scheduled, and she plans to finish university and have an established medical career by the time most of us are just finishing breakfast. Tabitha's many playdates, lessons and various 'opportunities for growth' keep her busy, frazzled and close to implosion. But when someone's life moves as fast as hers does, things eventually slip—and the Captain is always there to pick up the pieces. Her bright yellow frizzy hair is a simple indicator of her stress-level. The more stressed she is, the wilder it gets - much to her dismay. She has a brother who loves drums, and a toddler brother who's into streaking!
- Sanjay: (voiced by Stacey DePass) Easily distracted, Sanjay is an Indian Canadian kid voted "Most likely to walk into a tree while following a bird call," or "Most likely to trip into a manhole while reading and jogging at the same time." In fact, he may not even notice that he's in the middle of being saved by the fearless yet focused Captain.
- Otto: (voiced by Catherine Disher) Otto could well be a Hungarian Canadian genius....or he could be a complete wacko. We'll only know for sure after he's grown up. But for now, he builds robots that go bad, constructs alternate universes that spin out of his control, and collects rocks that include most of the planet's ore supply. But the Captain saves Otto frequently and unquestioningly—and might even consider him his favourite customer. Otto has a crush on Tabitha, but unfortunately, she finds him disgusting.
- Kirsten McBradden: (voiced by Sugar Lyn Beard) Kirsten is a red-headed sweet Irish Canadian girl who really believes in Captain Flamingo, and is even doing a project on him for school and once became the subject of a play where only he had speaking lines. She asks him all sorts of fangirl questions, always proceeded by, "I was just wondering...", and like Lizbeth she has a huge crush on Milo and often concocts fake troubles to get Milo to "rescue" her and to possibly spend time with him. Her crush on Milo seems to border a bit on the psychotic and Milo seems more aware of her crush then he is of Lizbeth's. Her last name was revealed to be McBradden in the episode "Bug Out".
- Ruth-Ann: (voiced by Annick Obonsawin) Ruth Ann is Lizbeth's Italian-Maltese-Kyrgyz-Tajik Canadian doppelganger-like rival; her blonde hair is even parted on the opposite side to Lizbeth. Where Lizbeth is spunky, Ruth Ann is a shrinking violet. Where Lizbeth is straightforward, Ruth Ann is the queen of the backhanded compliment. Worse yet, Ruth Ann has Milo wrapped around her finger, and she strings him along like she does all the other boys in town. Ruth Ann makes Lizbeth seethe, and more than once Lizbeth has voted not to rescue her nemesis because Lizbeth knows if Ruth Ann runs off with Milo's heart, she'll just break it. So she fights Ruth Ann for her square-shaped boy every time. She is the most popular girl at school and tells people what's hot and what's not.
- Mth: (voiced by Julie Leminux) Mth is a kid from an unknown country that calls Captain Flamingo over so he can help find the Globnick which means a friend. Captain Flamingo befriends Mth in The Globnick.
- Thrasher: (voiced by Noam Zylberman) Thrasher is a First Nation kid that calls Captain Flamingo for help so he find Thrasher's missing guitar in Flamingopalooza.
|First aired||Last aired|
|1||52||February 6, 2006||January 8, 2007|
|2||26||February 18, 2007||September 9, 2007|
|3||26||December 22, 2007||April 17, 2008|
Season 1 (2006–07)Edit
|No.||Title||Original air date||Prod.|
|1||"The Flamingo Has Landed"||February 7, 2006||101|
|Milo's convinced to become Captain Flamingo.|
|2||"Pancake Panic"||February 7, 2006||101|
|The pancake restaurant visit disrupted by monkey.|
|3||"Sink or Swim"||February 14, 2006||102|
|Milo braves the deep end of a pool.|
|4||"Basement of Yuck"||February 14, 2006||102|
|Milo loses his baseball mitt in the basement.|
|5||"I Scream, You Scram!"||February 18, 2006||103|
|Owen-Only out of control on rollerblades.|
|6||"Ball of Confusion"||February 18, 2006||103|
|Milo and Wendell compete at mini-putt golf.|
|7||"Beyond the Thundermonkey Dome"||March 5, 2006||104|
|The Warrior Monkey is giving wedgies.|
|8||"Gum Control"||March 5, 2006||104|
|Kirsten blows a too-big bubble-gum bubble.|
|9||"Water You Worried About?"||March 7, 2006||105|
|Milo has to pee after he drank too much root beer.|
|10||"Portrait of a Superhero"||March 7, 2006||105|
|Milo has to stay clean for a family portrait.|
|11||"Ack! Give My Backpack Back, Jack"||March 28, 2006||106|
|A band of squirrels stole Milo's backpack.|
|12||"Appointment Terror!"||March 28, 2006||106|
|Milo helps Tabitha find her calendar.|
|13||"Run Milo Run"||April 11, 2006||108|
|Milo competes in the Lemming Scouts Obstacle Course.|
|14||"Blizzard of Ooze"||April 11, 2006||108|
|Avi, "The Avalanche Kid."|
|15||"The Best Episode Ever"||April 18, 2006||109|
|Milo must get the VCR fixed.|
|16||"Charge It"||April 18, 2006||109|
|The horrors of school clothes shopping.|
|17||"Ten Pin Peril"||April 25, 2006||107|
|Ruth Ann is trapped in bowling machinery.|
|18||"Whack-a-Max"||April 25, 2006||107|
|Max falls into a Whack-a-Mole type game.|
|19||"Cheese the Day"||May 2, 2006||110|
|Milo runs out of processed cheese at home.|
|20||"Beach Blanket Flamingo"||May 2, 2006||110|
|Sand castle building contest.|
|21||"A Fish Called Milo"||May 14, 2006||111|
|Milo accidentally let the cat out and can't find her.|
|22||"High and Flighty"||May 14, 2006||111|
|Milo and Lizbeth enter a kite-flying contest.|
|23||"Much Ado About a 'Do'"||May 21, 2006||112|
|Milo must stop a diabolical barber before Ruth Ann gets a bad haircut.|
|24||"Talking to Ralph on the Big Porcelain Phone"||May 21, 2006||112|
|A long drive has left Milo carsick.|
|25||"Snot Funny"||May 26, 2006||113|
|Milo must battle through a congestive flu bug to help a lost child.|
|26||"Flowers and Candy"||May 26, 2006||113|
|Milo's Mother's Day gift for his mom doesn't go as planned.|
|27||"Alien Avalanche"||June 4, 2006||114|
|Garage sale interrupted by alien.|
|28||"Thor All Over"||June 4, 2006||114|
|Thor borrows Captain Flamingo's outfit.|
|29||"Milo and the Gang Face More Problems"||June 25, 2006||115|
|Milo loses the ring for his aunt's wedding.|
|30||"The Even Greater Escape"||June 25, 2006||115|
|Milo must help Rutger escape from his babysitter to play hockey.|
|31||"The Last Stand"||July 30, 2006||116|
|Milo can't wait to eat his super sour lemon suckers.|
|32||"Fifty Ways to Leave Your Liver"||July 30, 2006||116|
|Milo has to escape from his mother, who wants him to eat liver.|
|33||"Bunny Run"||August 6, 2006||117|
|Max accidentally lets a bunny escape from the petting zoo.|
|34||"Tape That!"||August 6, 2006||117|
|Milo has to save Rutger from interrogation for returning a video late.|
|35||"Play on Words"||August 27, 2006||118|
|Rutger asks for help to remember the lines for the play that he's starring in.|
|36||"Present Tense"||August 27, 2006||118|
|Milo needs a birthday gift.|
|37||"Missed Manners"||September 17, 2006||119|
|38||"Domo Ari Otto, Mr. Robotto"||September 17, 2006||119|
|Otto created a robot and it's out of control.|
|39||"The Good, the Bad and the L'il"||September 24, 2006||120|
|40||"Pop Goes the Milo"||September 24, 2006||120|
|41||"Just Looking"||October 8, 2006||121|
|Milo gets a puppet stuck on his hand.|
|42||"Outrageous Fortune Cookie"||October 8, 2006||121|
|Cryptic fortune cookie message.|
|43||"Infield Error"||October 18, 2006||122|
|44||"New Bird on the Block"||October 18, 2006||122|
|45||"Bug Out"||November 19, 2006||123|
|46||"Pasta Your Bedtime"||November 19, 2006||123|
|47||"Under There Underwear"||December 11, 2006||124|
|48||"Exhibit Yikes"||December 11, 2006||124|
|49||"Burr in the Hand"||December 18, 2006||125|
|Milo helps Max with the Big Wheel.|
|50||"Blindsided"||December 18, 2006||125|
|51||"Knot in My Backyard"||January 8, 2007||126|
|Milo has a knot in his shoes.|
|52||"Real to Me"||January 8, 2007||126|
|Milo questions whether Quantum Vigilante is real or not.|
Season 2 (2007)Edit
|Title||Original air date||Prod.|
|53||1||"Monster Headache"||February 18, 2007||201|
|54||2||"Volunteers for Fears"||February 18, 2007||201|
|55||3||"Phone Tag"||March 10, 2007||204|
|Ruth Ann loses her phone.|
|56||4||"Max Invader, Scourge of the Universe"||March 10, 2007||204|
|Milo is forced to wear hand-me-downs.|
|57||5||"Hairdos and Don'ts"||April 9, 2007||202|
|Ruth Ann accidentally dyes her hair green.|
|58||6||"Baby You Can Drive My Karma"||April 9, 2007||202|
|Milo decides to look at the sunnier side of life.|
|59||7||"Training Wreck"||May 6, 2007||203|
|60||8||"Nothing But the Tooth"||May 6, 2007||203|
|61||9||"Warrior Monkey, M.D."||May 20, 2007||210|
|Captain Flamingo must get Owen-Only from the hospital|
|62||10||"Past Imperfect"||May 20, 2007||210|
|Milo goes back in time.|
|63||11||"When Good Birds Go Bad"||May 27, 2007||205|
|Captain is trying to regain parental approval.|
|64||12||"Face the Music"||May 27, 2007||205|
|Mom's signature for a class trip.|
|65||13||"Change of Heart"||June 3, 2007||211|
|66||14||"Door Stop in the Name of Love"||June 3, 2007||211|
|Big Impressive Contest.|
|67||15||"The Globnick"||June 10, 2007||212|
|Captain Flamingo must prove "Bad Avi" exists to save Avi and get himself out of trouble.|
|68||16||"Fault Line"||June 10, 2007||212|
|Somebody framed Milo.|
|69||17||"Everybody Was Tofu Fighting"||June 24, 2007||213|
|The kids are all becoming self-sufficient.|
|70||18||"Journey to the Centre of the TV"||June 24, 2007||213|
|An "Uh-oh Flamingo" on TV.|
|71||19||"Captain Copycat"||August 19, 2007||206|
|An imposter dresses up as the Captain for Halloween.|
|72||20||"Night of the Living Flamingo"||August 19, 2007||206|
|A visit to the cemetery.|
|73||21||"Saddle Brained"||August 26, 2007||207|
|Captain Flamingo must share his bedroom with Thor.|
|74||22||"Name Dropper"||August 26, 2007||207|
|Milo seeks justice for Lizbeth.|
|75||23||"Ready to Swear"||September 2, 2007||208|
|Tabitha's Baby Brother, Tucker, has a potty mouth.|
|76||24||"Elephant and Hassle"||September 2, 2007||208|
|Captain Flamingo battles enemies.|
|77||25||"Fun and Games"||September 9, 2007||209|
|78||26||"Adventures of Milo Sitting"||September 9, 2007||209|
Season 3 (2007-2008)Edit
|Title||Original air date||Prod.|
|79||1||"The Gobbler Robbler"||December 22, 2007||312|
|80||2||"Saint Nick O' Time"||December 22, 2007||312|
|81||3||"Scrambled Legs"||January 13, 2008||301|
|Milo and Dashing are at war.|
|82||4||"Full Wooden Woggle"||January 13, 2008||301|
|83||5||"Alley Oops!"||January 20, 2008||302|
|84||6||"Catch of the Day"||January 20, 2008||302|
|85||7||"Flamingopalooza"||February 3, 2008||303|
|86||8||"The Snake Whisperer"||February 3, 2008||303|
|87||9||"Deep DueDue"||February 17, 2008||304|
|88||10||"Milo and Wendell's Eggcellent Adventure"||February 17, 2008||304|
|89||11||"Sweetness and Light"||February 24, 2008||305|
|90||12||"A Boy and his Yeti"||February 24, 2008||305|
|91||13||"Playing It Koi"||March 2, 2008||306|
|Sanjay's efforts to take care of the goldfish go wrong.|
|92||14||"Rebel Without a Clog"||March 2, 2008||306|
|Folk dancing lessons.|
|93||15||"Come Rain or Come Slime"||March 17, 2008||307|
|Milo forgets to bring in his Flamingo outfit from the rain and now he needs it to rescue Max.|
|94||16||"Rear Basement Window"||March 17, 2008||307|
|95||17||"Switch Hitch"||March 24, 2008||308|
|Milo and Wendell trade places for a day.|
|96||18||"Appetite for Instructions"||March 24, 2008||308|
|97||19||"Ghost Almost"||March 31, 2008||309|
|Something the Captain has never faced before, a ghost called Scary Mary.|
|98||20||"Comic Slip"||March 31, 2008||309|
|99||21||"When Fools Rush In"||April 1, 2008||310|
|100||22||"A Slight Mthunderstanding"||April 1, 2008||310|
|101||23||"The End"||April 7, 2008||311|
|102||24||"The One and Owen-Only"||April 7, 2008||311|
|103||25||"CF: The Musical"||April 17, 2008||313|
|104||26||"Cliffhanger"||April 17, 2008||313|
Recent news said it will debut on JETIX in the United States. In 2007, however, Toon Disney's new schedule had premiered this show on January 28, 2008 at 8:30AM. As of August 12, 2008, Captain Flamingo was removed from the Toon Disney schedule but returned September 2 at 5:30 a.m. When Toon Disney got rebranded into Disney XD on February 13, 2009, Captain Flamingo was once again removed, and it hasn't aired in the United States since.
In May 2006, Jetix Europe acquired the European and Middle East pay television rights, in addition to television distribution, (serviced by Buena Vista International Television on behalf of the network) home video and consumer product rights to the series in the said territories, with the exception of Spain and Portugal. Therefore, it started airing on European channels of the network, excluding France, in Autumn 2006.
The three DVD releases of the series were released on June 29, 2011, only in region four. Each release contained only fourteen episodes from the first season. But other regional releases have not yet released.
|1||2006–07||52||Volume 1: The Flamingo Has Landed: June 29, 2011|
Episodes: "The Flamingo Has Landed" – "Basement of Yuck" • "Beyond the Thundermonkey Dome" – "Portrait of a Superhero"
Volume 2: I Scream You Scam: June 29, 2011
Episodes: "I Scream, You Scram!" • "Ball of Confusion" • "Ack! Give My Backpack Back, Jack" – "Blizzard of Ooze" • "Ten Pin Peril" • "Whack-a-Max"
Volume 3: Cheese the Day: June 29, 2011
Episodes: "The Best Episode Ever" • "Charge It" • "Cheese the Day" – "Talking to Ralph on the Big Porcelain Phone"
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