List of 6teen episodes

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This is an episode list for the Canadian animated television show 6teen. The show premiered on Teletoon[1] November 7, 2004 and ended February 11, 2010.

As of February 11, 2010, 91 episodes (plus 2 one-hour special episodes) of 6teen have been aired, 52 of which have been released on DVD. The first 13 episodes of Season One were also released in a DVD box set, 6teen: The Complete First Season, on November 13, 2007;[2] however, the episodes on the DVD are not in the correct order. In the USA, 6teen Season 1 Volume 1, 6teen Dude Of The Living Dead, and 6teen Deck The Mall have been released in 2009. In the U.S. Seasons 1 and 2 have all aired on Nickelodeon from 2004–2006, but they have not all aired on Cartoon Network. Then Seasons 1 and 2 episodes was aired on Nickelodeon's teen-oriented channel, The N from 2005–2006. After two seasons, The N aired season 3 episodes on December 31, 2007 to June 21, 2008. On the list of episodes below, the U.S. airing is the airing on Cartoon Network, not Nickelodeon, because more episodes aired on Cartoon Network, and more recently, as opposed to Nickelodeon airing the first season in late 2005 to early 2006.[3] The fourth season of 6teen was its final season.

Series overview[edit]

Season Episodes Originally aired (Canada dates)
Season premiere Season finale
1 27 November 7, 2004 (2004-11-07) October 27, 2005 (2005-10-27)
2 27 October 13, 2005 (2005-10-13) December 21, 2006 (2006-12-21)
3 26 June 14, 2007 (2007-06-14) May 22, 2008 (2008-05-22)
4 13 September 10, 2009 (2009-09-10) February 11, 2010 (2010-02-11)

Episodes[edit]

Season 1: 2004 – 2005 (Canada) 2008 – 2009 (USA)[edit]

# Title Original airdate USA airdate
1 "Take This Job and Squeeze It" November 7, 2004 (2004-11-07) March 26, 2009
In the Canadian series premiere, Jen, Nikki, Jonesy, Jude, and Wyatt have all been friends since kindergarten. They all go to the mall to try to get jobs while on their holidays. They meet Caitlin, a 15-year-old spoiled girl (who goes to their high school) who finds out that she needs to get a job in order to pay back her father's credit card bill. Jen gives Caitlin her old job at the Squeeze and Caitlin ends up as a 6th member of the gang. Caitlin's old friend, Tricia, ends their friendship because of Caitlin getting a job which leads to both of them in future disagreements. (The episode's title is a reference to the phrase "Take this job and shove it.")
2 "The Big Sickie" November 14, 2004 (2004-11-14) April 2, 2009
The gang all agree: Work sucks, and they need a day off. Jonesy, having gotten a new job at the amusement park, offers to sneak them in for a day off. (This is the only episode of the first 3 seasons that Jonesy was not fired from a job.) Everyone is for it, except Jen. Therefore, the gang makes numerous tries to get her to call in sick. Nikki doesn't accept Caitlin as a friend, since she has known the others since kindergarten. But eventually the two find common ground, when Nikki notices Caitlin isn't as obnoxious as she seems. Jen ends up going to the amusement park, where Coach Halder catches her and puts her on probation, she however, doesn't care and continues having fun.
3 "The Slow and The Even-Tempered" November 21, 2004 (2004-11-21) June 25, 2009
Jude tries to teach Jen how to drive. Meanwhile, Jonesy gets employed by Ron the Rent-a-cop. Jen drives the car in the atrium into the fountain, and Jonesy gets fired. Ron makes Jonesy take off his uniform in front of the whole mall.
4 "A Lime to Party" November 28, 2004 (2004-11-28) April 9, 2009
Jonesy gets a job at the new juice station at the food court: the Lime. It becomes more popular than Caitlin's Lemon and her boss tells her that, unless Jonesy is run out of business, Caitlin will have to move to a new mall to sell drinks. Wyatt wins VIP tickets for the Mighty Weasels concert, and both Nikki and Jude compete to get them.
5 "Deck the Mall" December 23, 2004 (2004-12-23) December 7, 2008
The gang tries to survive the Christmas shopping rush and ends up locked in the mall. In this episode, Jonesy is hired as "Santa's little helper," but is later fired for hitting on a mom.
6 "The Sushi Connection" December 12, 2004 (2004-12-12) December 30, 2005
Caitlin really likes Kyle Donaldson, a handsome tennis player, so Jen and Jonesy try to help her to get a date with him. Meanwhile, Nikki is teased by The Clones after becoming a temporary assistant manager because her tag says "Ass. Man.", which is short for Assistant Manager.
7 "The Five Finger Discount" December 19, 2004 (2004-12-19) December 31, 2005
While normally the most strict and lawful of the gang, Jen steals an expensive sports jacket to be hip and impress a guy who does not pay much attention to her. Meanwhile, Jude falls for a talking chair named Betty. (Terri Hawkes guest stars as the voice of Betty.)
8 "Breaking Up with the Boss' Son" December 5, 2004 (2004-12-05) November 3, 2008
Jen falls in love with Coach Halder's son, and then tries to break up with him when she discovers that he is a jerk. Meanwhile, Jonesy works for Darth, after destroying an expensive speaker.
9 "Employee of the Month" January 2, 2005 (2005-01-02) March 12, 2009
In an attempt to make Nikki less individualistic, Chrissy declares her the new "Employee of the Month." Their brainwashing starts to work, and Nikki slowly becomes another Clone. Jonesy is the secret shopper, and Jen tries to get her store reputation back up after being rude to Jonesy.
10 "Idol Time at the Mall" January 9, 2005 (2005-01-09) June 11, 2009
Using a song that describes how great his friends are, Wyatt wins an idol competition taking place in the mall and becomes famous. However, when none of them attend his first gig the following day, he makes a few "changes" to the song that won him the contest. (The contest was a spoof of American Idol, including the theme tune, and the judges. Also, Caitlin sings a remake of Oops,I Did It Again by Britney Spears, Jen sings a remake of Jenny From The Block by Jennifer Lopez, and Nikki sings a remake of Get This Party Started by P!nk.)
11 "The Fake Date" January 16, 2005 (2005-01-16) January 1, 2006 (The N)
Jen tries to impress Charlie Dobbs, a new employee at the Penalty Box, by making him jealous. She finds herself a "fake date" to make her plan work, and Jude is the one who must become her boyfriend for a couple of hours. Nikki and Jonesy get stuck in an elevator. Note: This episode has been made available on Cartoon Network's website from 10/5/09-10/19/09. This episode has not aired in the USA on Cartoon Network, but has on Nickelodeon when episodes aired in 2005 to 2006.[4]
12 "Mr. Nice Guy" February 20, 2005 (2005-02-20) June 18, 2009
Jonesy tries to cheer up Wyatt by taking him on a double-date. The two girls love Wyatt's honesty and maturity and ignore Jonesy's disgusting style. Jonesy becomes jealous and competes with Wyatt. Meanwhile, Jen bets Caitlin that teen magazines are trash and will not help Jude with his problem.
13 "The Girls in the Band" February 27, 2005 (2005-02-27) November 4, 2008
DawgToy, a boy band, comes to the mall, so Caitlin and Jen try to get close to their idols, but Nikki accidentally wins the competition for a role in DawgToy's video, which makes Jen jealous. Meanwhile the boys enjoy some needed "guy time" and they bet that Wyatt can't loosen up because he can't fart on command. (The episode name is a reference to "The Boys in the Band.")
14 "Clonesy" March 6, 2005 (2005-03-06) July 16, 2009
Jonesy 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, so he's forced to look for help by pushing himself on his skateboard with his mouth. This was the first time Jonsey and Jude do something inappropriate. (This time, Jonesy accidentally slaps Jude's butt.)
15 "Stupid Over Cupid" March 27, 2005 (2005-03-27) February 12, 2009
It's Valentine's Day in the mall, and the six best friends try to either find a date or to just boycott the whole thing. Jonesy offers himself a date to the highest bidder, which initially doesn't take off but soon he becomes the prize to a bidding war between an angry-ex, a gay cowboy and a geek (Nikki saves him, placing a fake bet of 20,000 dollars); Wyatt makes plans for his date with Serena, but calls them off when he overhears her talking about how she dislikes the unoriginality of traditional Valentine's day gifts (like roses, chocolates..). He ends up just getting her a CD of her favorite band and inviting her a hotdog; Nikki plans out a girls-only Valentine's Day, but Caitlin and Jen are desperate for dates. After failing to get dates, they decide to stay with Nikki and have a great time. (The title's name is a pun on the song "Stupid Cupid.")
16 "The Khaki Girl" April 10, 2005 (2005-04-10) July 9, 2009
Jude meets Starr for the second time, at the water fountain where they both fall in love with each other; Caitlin fights with her former friend, Tricia, compete against each other at a Khaki Barn contest (Khaki girl). They do a shop-off to see who's best fit to be the Khaki Girl and when Caitlin is close to winning, Tricia cheats and becomes the Khaki Girl; Jonesy tries to sell Roast Burky chunklets, and ends up causing a disaster at the mall (making everyone who ate sick) when he trusts Jude to help him. (Since Tricia ate and Caitlin didn't, Caitlin replaces Tricia after she vomits at her Khaki Girl photo shoot). Note: This is the second time Jonesy and Jude accidentally get inappropriate. (They kiss in this episode by accident.)
17 "The (Almost) Graduate" April 17, 2005 February 26, 2009
Wyatt tries to impress the older Serena by making her believe that he is more mature than she thinks. Meanwhile, Caitlin and Jonesy get an interview at Albatross & Finch, and Jonesy surprisingly gets employed due to his arrogance appealing to Albatross & Finch's self-centered employees. (The title of the episode is a reference to the film The Graduate, about an affair between a young man and an older woman.)
18 "Bring It On" April 24, 2005 (2005-04-24) November 7, 2008
A gender war divides the group when Jonesy works at the Penalty Box and proves to be a better salesman than Jen. Jude becomes the mall's unofficial babysitter, resulting in him biting off more than he can chew, and developing a new view on how children's minds really work. The girls end up winning after the boys couldn't handle taking care of the bratty children Jude was babysitting.
19 "The Swami" May 8, 2005 (2005-05-08) November 5, 2008
Jonesy becomes the manager of a guru. When the guru is unable to come to the mall for his speech, Jonesy gets Jude to take his place. Jude gives people his ridiculous advice, leading to catastrophic events with Wyatt stuck up a ladder when he is afraid of heights.
20 "Cecil B. Delusioned" May 15, 2005 (2005-05-15) January 2, 2006 (The N)
Jonesy makes his own version of "Prank TV," using a video camera to tape Nikki. Wyatt is failing gym and Jen helps him. (The episode title is a reference to the famous film director Cecil B. DeMille.)
21 "The Birthday Boy" June 12, 2005 (2005-06-12) April 16, 2009
Wyatt is not very happy about his birthday, as his parents are throwing him a "Trailer Park" themed party. Furthermore, Jonesy still cannot get Nikki out of his head. Caitlin, Jen, and Jude become obsessed with an online life simulator game.
22 "Enter the Dragon" June 5, 2005 (2005-06-05) January 3, 2006
The guys try to get tickets for a new karate movie, but the girls are acting strange (Caitlin is acting very defensive and upset, Jen has cramps, and Nikki is acting nicer than usual as well as eating chocolate, which she normally hates) because they're having their periods. The guys do not know this and freak out because the girls supposedly have the only tickets left. (The title refers to the classic martial arts film starring Bruce Lee.)
23 "One Quiet Day" June 19, 2005 (2005-06-19) February 19, 2009
After Jonesy claims that Jen cannot go an evening without telling others what to do, he turns the claim into a bet with the whole gang staking some money. Jen must not be pushy, bossy, or tell anyone what to do until the end of the day, which turns out to be hard after the gang tries their best to make Jen crack. Meanwhile, Jude does not want to study for his exams and his friends make him do it by any means necessary.
24 "It's Always Courtney, Courtney, Courtney!" June 22, 2005 (2005-06-22) January 4, 2006
Jen's big sister is back from college (where she flunked out after second year) and Jen is horrified when she starts hanging out with her gang. As usual, Jen has landed smack dab in the middle of her sister’s shadow – Courtney is prettier, sexier, more stylish, is funnier, and better traveled. She's also kind of a shallow witch and is dismissive as ever of Jen – but none of the gang seems to notice. Every guy in sixth grade had a crush on her. Jen's used to guys falling all over her sister but she's dismayed to see that Nikki and Caitlin can't get enough of her. Desperate to get her attention back, Jen tries to be fun, but she ends up flashing her breasts by accident. But it isn't until Courtney leaves them all hanging in the wind and Jen is the only one to bail them out that the gang all realize that they already had the cooler sister's affection – Jen. Meanwhile Jonesy dates Lydia, a girl who is nuts for him. Nikki and Jonesy share their first kiss in the series. (The episode title is a reference to a famous line from the 1970s sitcom The Brady Bunch; "It's always Marcia, Marcia, Marcia!")
25 "The One with the Text Message" June 22, 2005 (2005-06-22) March 5, 2009
Serena breaks up with Wyatt via text message, and the gang tries to help Wyatt get over it. (The title of this episode may be an allusion to the sitcom Friends, which had similarly titled episodes.)
26 "Boo, Dude!" June 19, 2005 (2005-06-19) November 6, 2008
Jonesy, Wyatt, and Jude try to prank Ron by closing down all the bathrooms and photographing him with his pants down, but ended up pranking Caitlin. Meanwhile, Jen wants to stop Coach Halder's Jason Voorhees-style jokes at the Penalty Box.
27 "Dude of the Living Dead" June 19, 2005 (2005-06-19) October 23, 2008

Season finale.
In the US series premiere, the whole mall becomes infested with zombies. Jen has a giant zit on her forehead, and only the gang, Ron, The Clones, and Darth are left. The Clones go first because of their stupidity. Ron and Darth both act surprisingly more heroically than usual, and both sacrifice themselves to save rest of the gang while fighting off many zombies. They find out that Starr is alive too and Jude comes up with a plan to kill the Zombies. It works for a while but fail later. The group gets bitten, Jude and Starr are left, they kiss, and then Zombie Jen pops her zit, and Jude pukes in Starr's mouth again. Jude wakes up and finds that he was dreaming. But when he goes to the mall that morning, he sees that Jen has a zit on her forehead [presumably hallucinating]: the same one and screams in horror. Note: This was an hour long episode. Note: This episode was the only episode of 6teen to be rated TV-PG-DV on Cartoon Network.

The episode name is a reference to Night of the Living Dead.

Season 2: 2005 – 2006 (Canada) 2008 – 2009 (USA)[edit]

# Title Original airdate USA airdate
28 "Going Underground" November 2, 2005 (2005-11-02) November 10, 2008

Season premiere.
Jude is fired from Stick-It after a customer complains about finding a cockroach in his food, and Wyatt is fired from Spin This for getting on Serena's nerves. Both find themselves at Underground Video, working for the cynical so-called movie expert Wayne. Meanwhile, Caitlin is afraid her boyfriend, Tallen, will break up with her, until she finds out he's a terrible kisser.

Goof:At the end of the episode, Caitlin's cake switches between chocolate cake with pink icing to pink cake with chocolate icing.
29 "Deadbeat Poets Society" November 9, 2005 (2005-11-09) November 17, 2008 (2008-11-17)
Starr wants to help Wyatt control his anger, and introduces him to a small poet society. All goes well until his friends find out, go to one of his readings to support him and Caitlin farts during one of his poems, causing the whole gang to laugh and embarrass Wyatt. (The title is a reference to the movie Dead Poets Society starring Robin Williams.)
30 "Career Day" November 16, 2005 (2005-11-16) July 23, 2009
Caitlin's career test is accidentally switched with Nikki's, which causes The Clones to be nice to Nikki because they think that she is destined to be a retail specialist. Meanwhile, Jude destroys a copy of Wayne's beloved film and is afraid that Wayne will fire him.
31 "Fish and Make Up" November 23, 2005 (2005-11-23) November 13, 2008
Jude finds himself a new goldfish friend named "Fish." Meanwhile, Nikki snaps at Caitlin, after Caitlin keeps telling stories to her friends about her new crush, Wade, which leads to Caitlin and Nikki being no longer friends. After the gang is forced to take sides, they try to get Nikki and Caitlin back together but fail until Fish's funeral brings them together.
32 "Awake the Wyatt Within" November 30, 2005 (2005-11-30) July 30, 2009
Wyatt tries to get Serena back, and finds out that Wayne might be his only hope because of his ability to choose the perfect movies for broken couples. Meanwhile, Jen wants to end her relationship with Charlie Dobbs, but the gang loves him and persuades Jen to keep her relationship with Charlie, much to her dismay. Also, Jonesy has an argument with Nikki over her style, and Caitlin's blender is broken, which stands in the way for the bonus that she wants.
33 "Unhappy Anniversary" December 7, 2005 (2005-12-07) July 20, 2006 (The N)
Jonesy and Nikki have been together for three months. The two try to find gifts for each other, which leads to a big misunderstanding. Jude crashes at Wyatt's place because his aunt is in town. Meanwhile, Caitlin has a date with Zane, but has to deal with Tricia, who plans to ruin her life in revenge for dating her ex.
34 "Pillow Talk" December 14, 2005 (2005-12-14) April 23, 2009
The gang exchange embarrassing stories, promising to keep them secret. Caitlin tells her boyfriend who divulges all the stories to the public while being hypnotized. Jonesy takes advantage of his new job screening applicants for a dating service.
35 "In a Retail Wonderland" December 18, 2005 (2005-12-18) August 6, 2009
Starr wants to help Jen during the Christmas rush by calming her down, so she teaches Jen yoga. Also, Nikki does not want to go to Acapulco with her parents. Wayne falls asleep on the job, so he dreams he's visited by three ghosts that teach him about the true meaning of Christmas. Meanwhile, Caitlin loses the will to shop. (The title is a reference to the classic holiday song Winter Wonderland.)
36 "Midnight Madness" December 30, 2005 (2005-12-30) August 13, 2009
The gang convinces Jen to throw a small get-together for New Year's Eve at her house, and everyone is excited, including Nikki who's coming back from Acapulco with her parents. However, Jonesy tries to turn the party into a "chick fest." Meanwhile, Wyatt takes advantage of Serena and Chad's relationship problems to make up with Serena.
37 "Welcome to the Darth Side" December 27, 2005 (2005-12-27) November 14, 2008
Nikki is temporarily fired from the Khaki Barn because of Jonesy, and forced to work with Darth and Caitlin helps her to set Darth up with Julie. Meanwhile, Jen and Jonesy try to compete in salesmanship to win sporting equipment and Jen makes a deal with Officer Ron so she can sell most of her products. Also, Jude sets Wyatt up with Lydia, but she thinks that Wayne is Wyatt (This title is references to Welcome to the Dark Side)
38 "The New Guy" December 28, 2005 (2005-12-28) November 17, 2008
Ron the Rent-a-cop hires an assistant security guard, Kai (Drew Nelson), who is way more fun than Ron. But after the gang gets Ron to quit, they find out that the assistant security guard is nothing but an inexperienced rookie. When Caitlin sees how sad Ron is without his job, she gets him to hang out with them. But after finding out what a downer Ron is, the others don't want to hang out with him and make another plan to get Ron's job back.
39 "Major Unfaithfulness" December 29, 2005 (2005-12-29) November 19, 2008
Caitlin cheats on her hairdresser for a famous stylist, but her boyfriend thinks that she's cheating on him instead after hearing something from Jude. Meanwhile, Underground Videos is sold to Taj Mahome Video, so Wayne, Jude, and Wyatt find a way to buy it back.
40 "Waiting to Ex-Sale" January 8, 2006 (2006-01-08) November 20, 2008
Jonesy is scared to donate blood because of a childhood experience, unlike Jude who is obsessed with donating blood because he wants the free donuts the nurse gives away to the people who donate. Meanwhile, Caitlin and Jen wait in line for a once-in-a-lifetime sale at Albatross & Finch, but the line to get in is extremely long. (The episode title is a reference to the 1995 romance movie Waiting to Exhale.)
41 "Losing Your Lemon" December 26, 2005 (2005-12-26) April 30, 2009
Caitlin has paid up the credit debt she accrued a long time ago and is free to go, so she quits her job. Meanwhile, doppelgängers of the gang show up in the mall because of the snobbish Tricia, Caitlin's ex-best friend, and Jude plays with the fish at the sushi restaurant with Starr. Note: Smithy is seen in this episode as Tricia's friend and doppelgänger of Jonesy and is seen again as Jen's boyfriend in episode 60 "The New Jonesy"
42 "The Hunted" January 15, 2006 (2006-01-15) July 23, 2006 (The N)
Nikki falls for the new salesman at Albatross & Finch named Hunter, so Nikki asks Caitlin to ask him out for her but Caitlin ends up dating him instead. Meanwhile, Jude and Wyatt start a psychic hotline because the real phone number is only a digit off Underground Video's number.
43 "Lights Out" January 22, 2006 (2006-01-22) November 21, 2008
Starr goes goth, and Jude goes goth as well to impress her. Meanwhile, the rest of the gang visits the movie theatre during a power outage at the mall.
44 "A Ding from Down Under" January 29, 2006 (2006-01-29) November 24, 2008
Jude starts a long-distance relationship with a girl from Australia, who eventually is revealed to already have a local boyfriend. Meanwhile, Wyatt gets fired from Underground Video, and starts to work at "Burger McFlipsters." Jen also is a target in Coach Halder and his son Cory's paintball training. (Alan Park guest stars as Tim.)
45 "The Wedding Destroyers" February 5, 2006 (2006-02-05) July 24, 2006 (The N)
As the wedding between Jonesy's Dad and Jen's Mom approaches, it's all too clear that the amalgamation of the two families is not going to be smooth sailing. When "Grind Me" gets double booked for their Mom's wedding shower and Jonesy's Dad's Stag, everything breaks loose. The parents are finally forced to make a decision to postpone their wedding until the children are grown and out of the house. The kids and parents want to work things out. Meanwhile, The Clones accuse Nikki of stealing merchandise, and desperately call in Ron the Rent-a-cop to prove it. (The episode title is a reference to the 2005 comedy film Wedding Crashers.)
46 "The Lords of Malltown" February 12, 2006 (2006-02-12) November 18, 2008
Jude teaches Wyatt to loosen up by coaching him to skateboard like a pro, while Caitlin makes Jen go out with her on an unwanted double-date. (The episode title is a reference to the 2005 skateboarding film Lords of Dogtown.)
47 "Jonesy's Low Mojo" February 19, 2006 (2006-02-19) July 25, 2006 (The N)
Nikki falls for a new guy named Stone, while Jonesy is beaten by a twelve-year-old at an arcade game.
48 "Smarten Up" February 26, 2006 (2006-02-26) July 26, 2006 (The N)
Caitlin lies about being in college to win the heart of a cute college boy, while Jude attempts to win a "Roll Up the Rim to Win"-style contest at Grind Me only to get a caffeine addiction.
49 "Dirty Work" March 5, 2006 (2006-03-05) August 20, 2009
Jonesy starts his own business, a "breaking bad news service" that delivers all types of bad news to people on behalf of someone else, which he makes a lot of money on, and "catches girls on the rebound," too. Everything is fine, until Wayne gets furious at Jonesy for taking away his fries under his mom's orders, so Wayne starts manhunting Jonesy around the mall. Also, to make matters worse, Jonesy is hired by Nikki's boyfriend to break up with her on his behalf. Meanwhile, bullying girls at the escalator hold Jen's house keys and Jude's old skateboard hostage.
50 "Over Exposed" April 6, 2006 (2006-04-06) July 27, 2006 (The N)
Jonesy accidentally sees Jen completely naked. They both swear secrecy, but end up telling the rest of the gang. Meanwhile, Chrissy starts working at the Soft Rock Café and Kristen and Kirsten begin looking up to Nikki instead. Jude also gets addicted to Burger McFlippster's ragin' cagin' fries. At the end, Nikki helps out Jen to feel comfortable again by showing the entire Soft Rock Cafe (parody of hard rock cafe) a picture of Jonsey completely naked.
51 "A Crime of Fashion" April 13, 2006 (2006-04-13) July 28, 2006 (The N)
Tricia frames Caitlin for stealing clothes from Albatross & Finch. Meanwhile, Jude sees a mannequin in a display window, which looks just like him wearing formal wear but soon finds out that another store uses his image for a mannequin in a thong. Plus, Jonesy tries to get a date with a beautiful French exchange student working at an ice cream shop.
52 "Spring Fling" April 20, 2006 (2006-04-20) August 27, 2009
The girls try to make Nikki a prom queen, but Tricia stands in the way, and seduces Jonesy to help her in the campaign against Nikki.
53 "Girlie Boys" April 27, 2006 (2006-04-27) November 25, 2008
Jonesy gets a job in the mall's spa. Meanwhile, Jude tries to compete against his rival Mike Dent in a skateboarding race. He starts to practice by pulling Caitlin around on his skateboard, but when he finds out he's getting slower, he goes to great lengths (such as shaving all his hair off) to go faster. Little does he know that the only reason he's getting slower is because Caitlin is gaining weight at her part-time job, where she eats nothing but free chocolate (6 pounds of it a day).
54 "Snow Job" December 21, 2006 (2006-12-21) December 31, 2007 (The N)
Season finale.
The biggest snowstorm of the year means that it's "snow day," and with only 3 days before the biggest dance of the year, the gang use the time to work out important issues at the mall. Jonesy wants to ask Nikki to the dance, Wyatt and Caitlin want to "score" their "dream dates," but are worried they might humiliate themselves trying, and Jude is worried about the fact that Ron the "Rent-a-cop" bans him from the mall and that he might be banned forever. Note: This was an hour long episode.

Season 3: 2007–2008 (Canada) 2008–2009 (USA)[edit]

# Title Original airdate USA airdate
55 "Sweet 6teen" September 5, 2007 (2007-09-05) July 2, 2009

Season premiere.
Caitlin's 16th birthday is coming up and she wants to have the most "awesome expensive party ever." But when Tricia hears Caitlin's going to have Chill TV there to film the party for its reality show Sweet 16, she persuades Caitlin to have a joint Sweet 16 with her. Meanwhile, Jude lowers the mall temperature to make the ice in the ice rink have a better sliding effect.


Note: Chill TV, the television crew that Caitlin and Tricia hired, is a parody of MTV, while the show airing on Chill TV, Sweet 16, parodies MTV's My Super Sweet 16.
56 "Baby, You Stink" September 13, 2007 (2007-09-13) November 26, 2008
Jonesy, Wyatt, and Jude agree not to shower or clean themselves for a week to determine which one of them smells the worst and the best, with Nikki, Jen, and Caitlin as the judges. Meanwhile, Caitlin persuades her new boyfriend to try to get a good baby picture in a brand new "Make A Baby" booth that's just been added to the mall, but every picture she takes with him ends up ugly. When Jen goes in with Jude, their baby is perfect (so are all the other couples, like Wyatt and Marlowe and Darth and Julie), which makes Caitlin break up with her boyfriend and look around the mall for cute boys she can go in with to have a perfect baby.
57 "Selling Out To The Burger Man" September 17, 2007 (2007-09-17) January 7, 2008
Caitlin "falls in love" with Les Bland, who buys her lots of new clothes. Meanwhile, Wyatt writes down a new jingle in order to be rewarded with free food and rehearsal space for a band at Burger McFlipsters (a parody of Burger King).
58 "The Journal" October 7, 2007 (2007-10-07) September 3, 2009
Jonesy gets a new job at the mall's Lost & Found, and comes along Jen's precious journal and gives it to Caitlin, but she, Nikki, and Wyatt end up reading it and learns Jen's thoughts about them. Soon, the gang feels guilty after the whole mall knows all Jen's deepest secrets. Jen freaks out, hides in her room, and threatens to never talk to her so-called friends again. Meanwhile, Jonesy starts selling the lost and found items to people in the mall.
59 "Silent Butt Deadly" October 14, 2007 (2007-10-14) December 2, 2008
Nikki and Jonesy spend some quality time at Jonesy's house, until Nikki needs to use the bathroom next door to Jonesy's bedroom, and a faulty flusher causes a flood. Meanwhile, Jude starts secretly dating a senior named Melinda Wilson. (The episode name is a pun on the phrase "Silent but Deadly." Rachel Wilson guest-stars as Melinda Wilson.)
60 "The New Jonesy"" October 15, 2007 (2007-10-15) May 25, 2009
Jen starts dating a guy named Smithy (last seen in the season 2 episode "Losing Your Lemon"). The gang realizes that Smithy acts and looks just like Jonesy, but Jen doesn't believe them until she gets a closer look at Smithy. Meanwhile, Jude races his Zamboni against Ron the Rent-a-cop to see which vehicle will stay at the mall. And later on, Jonesy wears a wig that looks like Smithy's hair and then Jen accidentally kisses Jonesy for looking like Smithy.
61 "Wrestlemania" November 4, 2007 (2007-11-04) November 27, 2008

Jen gets promoted to Assistant Coach at The Penalty Box, only to order too much wrestling merchandise from a marketing representative when she develops a crush on him. Jen needs to sell the wrestling gear while her job is still on the line, so Jonesy, in his wrestling name "The Stud," lends a hand along with Jude and Wyatt as color commentators. Meanwhile, Nikki's ex-boyfriend Stone returns to the mall so Nikki tries to get over him, with Caitlin's help.

(This episode's title is a reference to, but not directly connected with, WrestleMania, which is WWE's flagship PPV event.)
62 "Prank'd" November 6, 2007 (2007-11-06) May 25, 2009
Jonesy keeps pranking Jen, much to her dismay, so Jen tries to get revenge on Jonesy by fighting fire with fire and pranking him badly. Meanwhile, Caitlin also apparently wins a contest from the bank that gives her money to spend. She then spends it on some diamond and earrings that makes Tricia believe that Caitlin working in the lemon is fake, which causes Tricia to stalk Caitlin. (Aired as a Viewer's Vote episode.) (The episode title is a reference to the MTV series Punk'd)
63 "2–4–1" November 12, 2007 (2007-11-12) January 7, 2008
Caitlin falls in love with two different guys named Vince and Blake at the same time while in the change room wearing a dress. Both guys only notice Caitlin and not Jen due to Jen's hideous poodle sweatshirt and her drooling over both of them, along with Caitlin fluttering her eyelashes at both boys. Jen's jealous throughout the whole episode. Meanwhile, an old bickering couple get a new job at Burger Mcflipsters with Wyatt (Harvey Atkin guest-stars as George Bickerson). The episode title is a pun on the sales term "two-for-one."
64 "Another Day at the Office" November 25, 2007 (2007-11-25) October 20, 2009

Jonesy opens an account at the bank, but he later impersonates the bank's manager from the head office, giving out loans to his friends and rejecting loans from others. Meanwhile, Nikki seeks revenge by playing a huge prank on the Khaki Clones.

Note: This episode became available on Cartoon Network's website before its airdate on October 20, 2009.
65 "Oops, I Dialed It Again" November 28, 2007 (2007-11-28) November 28, 2008
Nikki starts admiring and complimenting with the customers at the Khaki Barn so she can earn more money to buy Jonesy new skates, but when she accidentally calls Jonesy on one of the new cell phones Caitlin gave all of them, he overhears her flirting with one of the customers and thinks she's cheating on him. Meanwhile, Jen gets stuck in a question booth, and Wyatt lets the gang endlessly prank him so he can finish his new album. (The episode name is based on the Britney Spears song "Oops, I Did It Again.")
66 "How the Rent-A-Cop Stole Christmas" December 20, 2007 (2007-12-20) January 21, 2008
Ron the Rent-a-Cop seems determined to put an end to Christmas by confiscating all of the Mall decorations and otherwise getting out of control and abusing his power as the head of mall security. Meanwhile, Nikki's mom, Mrs. Wong, doesn't think Jonesy is right for Nikki so she attempts to interfere in her daughter's relationship with Jonesy by setting her up with other boys in the mall. (The name is a pun on Seuss' How the Grinch Stole Christmas!)
67 "Insert Name Here" January 7, 2008 (2008-01-07) January 28, 2008
Wyatt accidentally calls his girlfriend, Marlowe, "Serena," the name of his ex-girlfriend, several times. Meanwhile, Jude falls in love with French Canadian figure skater Claudette, who only speaks French. All while Jonesy charges couples money to make out in an old sports car.
68 "All Pets Are Off" January 31, 2008 (2008-01-31) March 19, 2009
Caitlin falls for a guy who loves animals, so after seeing Tricia with a cute new pet, Caitlin decides to have one for herself to impress him. Meanwhile, Jude's lucky coin falls into the air vent and he gets stuck while trying to retrieve it.
69 "J Is For Genius" February 3, 2008 (2008-02-03) December 4, 2008
Jonesy challenges Nikki to an IQ face off by taking IQ tests, so Jonesy pays Wayne to switch his test with a copy of his, leading Jonesy to have a 99% score and be hired as a computer technician in the computer store "Things That Beep." Meanwhile, Jen gets along with the intern coach of The Penalty Box when Coach Halder takes a short leave of absence. Later, Jude and Ron get hooked on a romantic soap opera.
70 "Bicker Me Not" February 10, 2008 (2008-02-10) February 4, 2008
Jonesy accidentally breaks up George and Gracie Bickerson's marriage and Nikki won't speak to Jonesy until he gets them back together. Caitlin sends letters to Kevin, the other Lemon employee who works in the mornings. By the end of the episode, Caitlin meets Kevin and learns he is gay.
71 "Love At Worst Sight" February 17, 2008 (2008-02-17) May 25, 2009
Marlowe gets excited after getting a job at "Spin This," which upsets Wyatt, since he used to work there before Serena fired him for taking her rejection too seriously. Meanwhile, Jonesy scams people into buying glasses for his new job as an assistant optometrist by replacing the normal eye chart with a blurry eye chart to earn more commission. (The name is a reference to "Love at First Sight.")
72 "The One with the Cold Sore" February 24, 2008 (2008-02-24) February 11, 2008
While Caitlin tries to deal with her aching cold sore, a teen movie gets filmed at the Mall, and auditions for movie extras are held at "Grind Me." Jonesy wants to be discovered, but the director decides to pick Jen, who later gets a supporting role in the film, after one of the actresses decides to drop out. Meanwhile, Wyatt and Nikki suspect that Caitlin and Jude have started dating. (This is another title that seems to reference the episode title format from the sitcom Friends.)
73 "Double Date" March 2, 2008 (2008-03-02) February 18, 2008
Jonesy and Nikki win a pair of tickets to one of Jonesy's favorite sci-fi flicks, War Star Galaxy Force (which parodies the Star Wars saga), but the other pair of tickets are awarded to Darth and Julie, meaning they all have to be together. During the filming, Jonesy and Darth work on a plan to film the movie in order to sell pirated DVDs. Meanwhile, some of the girls in the mall, led by Tricia, want to get back at their boyfriends for doing rude, dumb and mean things around or to them, until Caitlin and Jen discover that Tricia's feminist kick is really a scam to try to turn Caitlin and her friends against each other.
74 "Fashion Victims" March 9, 2008 (2008-03-09) February 25, 2008
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 find hot new trends.
75 "Whoa, Baby!" March 9, 2008 (2008-03-09) June 7, 2008
Caitlin falls for a guy named Sawyer, but she feels the needs 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. Meanwhile, Diego and Robbie drive Jen completely nuts since Jen hates her three stepbrothers, but finds out her mom is pregnant and is desperate to find out if it is a girl or a boy.
76 "Cheapskates" March 12, 2008 (2008-03-12) May 25, 2009
Griffin, a new employee at The Penalty Box, asks Jen out on a date, only later to find out that he's more of a miser than a hunky guy. Meanwhile, Caitlin dates a boy named Jasper, and each mistakenly thinks the other speaks fluent Spanish.
77 "Opposites Attack" March 13, 2008 (2008-03-13) June 21, 2008
Jonesy gets a job as a customer service rep at a travel agency and has much in common with his co-worker Joanie, and they start to spend a little bit too much time with each other. Nikki notices this and starts to fear that Jonesy might dump her for Joanie. Meanwhile, Jude gets a job at the Penalty Box. (Episode name is a pun on the phrase "Opposites attract.")
78 "Mr. and Mr. Perfect" March 14, 2008 (2008-03-14) November 11, 2008
A dating dispute ensues when Jen needs a date for her cousin's wedding to avoid being seated at the lame children's table. Nikki and Jonesy find a perfect candidate named Dax who is an old friend of Nikki's, but Caitlin feels that the guy that she found, Dougray, is even more perfect. Meanwhile, Ron puts Wyatt in mall jail on a trumped-up charge of littering and blackmails him into teaching Ron how to play the guitar to play a song for his crush (Yummy Mummy). Jude also throws a beach vacation in the mall. (The episode title is a reference to a Mr. Men character, Mr. Perfect.)
79 "Date and Switch" April 20, 2008 (2008-04-20) December 1, 2008

Wyatt has a fear that Marlowe could break up with him after they've gotten on each other's nerves for a while. Caitlin meets a cute boy named Calum at a party and later realizes he's a nerd so she writes him a fake phone number, but she writes the number on the back of her very own Khaki Card, on which she saved shopper's card points since she was 14 years old. So Caitlin needs to find a way to search for Calum and get her Khaki card back.

(The Caitlin storyline of this episode is very similar to the Seinfeld episode "The Strike," where Elaine gives a guy a fake number, but needs the card she wrote it on.)
80 "Life Slaver" April 25, 2008 (2008-04-25) December 11, 2008

Season finale.
Caitlin saves Darth from a bully, who had strung him up over a mezzanine railing, and gets protection from the Jedi force as her reward, but Darth's girlfriend Julie is jealous that Darth is spending so much time around Caitlin, and wants revenge. Meanwhile, Jonesy and Jude find a box of old security tapes from over 30 years ago, which featured a younger version of Ron the Rent-a-cop. Later, Jen gets bad luck after deleting a chain e-mail that says she must forward it to 100 addresses, or get bad luck forever.

(The scene at the end where Ron the Rent-a-cop is dancing around the mall seems similar to Christopher Walken in the Fatboy Slim - Weapon of Choice video.)

Season 4: 2009 – 2010 (Canada) 2010 (USA)[edit]

# Title Original airdate USA airdate
81 "Labour Day Part 1" September 10, 2009 (2009-09-10) April 5, 2010
2-part season premiere.
Jen's mother, Emma will be soon going into labor at the hospital while Jonesy and Jude start wheelchair races in the hospital corridors. Caitlin is forced to use a pay phone, which she has a fear of using, rather than her cell phone which she is forbidden to use in the hospital. Meanwhile, Nikki is too afraid of babies to help Jen's mother with the breathing exercises. Jen tries to be excused from work to go see her mother at the hospital, but she ends up getting stuck in many places, from having her shoelace stuck in the escalator to getting put in the slammer at Ron the Rent-a-cop's office, and when Nathan, a new boy Jen likes, helps to free her, they both end up stuck inside one of the mall's elevators.
82 "Labour Day Part 2" September 17, 2009 April 12, 2010
Jen and Nathan are still stuck in the elevator at the mall, Jude chats up with a dead body, and Jonesy becomes a clown to entertain the kids at the hospital, while Nikki is in love with newborn babies in the hospital's nursery, but she accidentally puts two babies in the wrong cribs. But she then puts them back. She then goes to Jonesy for advice on how to switch the babies back, eventually leading into Nikki telling Jonesy that she loves him. She then disguises herself as a nurse in an attempt to switch the babies back and prevent a couple from mistakenly taking the wrong baby home. In the end, Jude takes a picture of everyone gathered around the new baby, Emma.
83 "6 Teens and a Baby" September 24, 2009 April 19, 2010
Jen's mom asks Jen if she can take care of baby Emma, until Coach Halder calls Jen to report to work at the Penalty Box. Jen then assigns Jonesy to take care of baby Emma on her behalf while she works. Jonesy gets bored at home, so he takes Emma to the mall, but baby Emma kept crying so he gives her to Nikki to look after. Nikki, meanwhile, experiences weird dreams about being in a relationship with Darth, so she passes the baby to Caitlin. Baby Emma then vomits all over Caitlin, who then gives her to Wyatt at Burger McFlipster's. Needing to get away from his new co-worker Wayne, Wyatt leaves with the baby and heads to the ice rink to give her to Jonesy, but Jude puts her on the Zamboni, which then drives off into the mall after Jude accidentally disengages the parking brake. Ron the Rent-a-cop gets baby Emma and gives her back to Jen, who then finds out her parents are getting home and she has to rush home with her baby sister before they arrive. Meanwhile, Wayne is hired to work at Burger McFlipster's after he announces that Underground Video is shut down. This is a title reference to the movie Three Men and a Baby.
84 "Blast from the Past" October 1, 2009 April 26, 2010
Olympic athlete Travis Gibson visits the mall to meet Jen, 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. Caitlin decides to give up boys for good and go into art after her new flame Spencer dumps her. Jonesy can't seem to remember where he got hired for a new job. Jude, who is now unemployed after getting fired from the ice rink, looks to find ways to make some money, including fishing coins out of the mall fountain and making a bet with an elderly man at a classic game shop. A picture of Camp Wawanakawa from Total Drama Island can be seen at the art show. In the end, Jen ends up dating Travis.
85 "Quit It!" October 8, 2009 May 3, 2010
Nikki quits her job at the Khaki Barn and gets a new job at a cooking store. But she soon finds out that cooking isn't in her blood, due to the fact that she made pumpkin muffins and accidentally put laxatives in them causing her to get fired and get her old job back. Meanwhile, Wyatt starts dating Lacey, a girl who has way too much in common with him and it starts to creep Wyatt out. Also, Jude gets a copy of the game "Rock Maniac" (a direct parody of the real-life Rock Band and Guitar Hero game series) in his store and the gang start their own "Battle of the Rock Maniac Bands" contest.
86 "Kylie Smylie" October 15, 2009 May 10, 2010
Teen singer Kylie Smylie visits the mall to sign some autographs for her fans and perform a concert as well. Caitlin, who wrote a contest essay to get a chance to meet Kylie, is declared the winner. Serena broke up with Chad and wants to have another shot at a relationship with Wyatt, but he refuses and instead accepts Kylie, as she has interest in him, despite the fact Kylie's father/manager, an ex-pro wrestler called Sgt. Beef, won't let Kylie date until she's at least 21. Jonesy scores a job as Kylie's bodyguard and Jen tries everything she can just to see her. Nikki and Jude have problems with the Escalator Girls and need to find a way to get back at them.
87 "The List" November 12, 2009 May 17, 2010
Jude finds out that he has a lucky zit, while Wyatt becomes depressed because he can't manage to get a girlfriend after his last date disaster. Jonesy gives him "The List," which is a list of girls he had previously dated and short details about them, which leads to Nikki and him having a fight about how long have they dated and Nikki declaring that they are going to have a break from each other until Jonesy can figure out why and how he's dating her. Near the end, Jonesy finally declares Nikki as "The One," mostly what Caitlin calls every boy that she dates. Meanwhile at Albatross & Finch, Caitlin notices she had lost her credit card and she sets out to find it, with help from Jen, by tracing purchases made on the card after its disappearance.
88 "Great Expectations" November 19, 2009 May 24, 2010
After Jonesy gets a job in a mini golf course, he starts charging couples to make out in the pitch black UFO, which ends up with Caitlin and Wyatt accidentally kissing when each thinks the other to be their respective dream dates. Meanwhile, Jude's 10-year-old cousin, Jade, comes to the mall. She is crushing on Jonesy, buying him presents (new shoes, sunglasses) which makes Nikki convinced that she is shoplifting, but while trying to catch Jade in the act, Ron catches Nikki and, convinced (as usual) that Nikki is up to no good while overlooking the real culprit in Jade, throws Nikki in the mall security lockup. When Jonesy comes to bail her out, Jade convinces him to accept her as his new girlfriend in exchange for getting the keys from her. Meanwhile, Travis Gibson comes back to the Galleria to Jen's delight, but he makes Jen feel like he is not paying any attention to her, so Jen gets paranoid as usual and spies on him, also Travis ends up breaking up with Jen because his Olympic training leaves him with no time for a relationship.
89 "Out of this World" February 11, 2010 May 31, 2010
Caitlin tries to find a way to fix the blender after one of her giant earrings dropped into it, but both she and Jen develop crushes on the repairman who comes to fix the blender. The girls turn it into a competition to see who can get a date with him first, and with Nikki as the referee, Jen secretly gets her to spy on Caitlin to see if she tries resorting to her usual tricks (like eyelash-fluttering) to get the repairman. However the repair man turns out not to be so handy and they resort to not dating him. the girls fix the blender just in time anc Caitlin doesn't get fired. Jonesy, Jude and Wyatt wait in a long line for a blockbuster alien movie, but they keep getting out of line and losing their spots, until they make a deal with Wayne to keep their spots in the lineup – but then, Wayne goes back on his word and causes the guys to all lose their spots again through various dirty tricks. When Nikki stops by, Jude asks her to empty what appears to be a jalapeño pepper jar, but Nikki finds out what is in the jar (Jude's own urine, because he needed to relieve himself without losing his spot in the ticket lineup) and throws it up in the air, where it lands on Ron the Rent-a-cop. Once again, Ron uses the incident as an excuse to harass the gang by throwing them in the mall security lockup until Jonsey bails them out by giving Ron his, Jude's and Wyatt's tickets for the movie.
90 "On Your Mark, Get Set... Date" February 11, 2010 June 7, 2010
Wyatt, Caitlin, Jen, and Jude are loveless at the time so they get mad when they see Jonesy and Nikki flirting with each other right in front of them. Nikki suggested sarcastically to join a speed dating session, and Jonesy decided he wanted to host it because he got kicked from his last job, and needed money. So, Nikki and Jonesy start a speed dating service for Jen, Caitlin, Jude and Wyatt to help find their special someones. Jen received a new method of being mean and unattainable for getting guys from Jonesy while Nicki seconded Caitlin's idea to be nice and respectful to the guys. Therefore, they made it a competition; Caitlin used her nice and sweet act and Jen used her too-good-for-you methods on the double date they had to go to with the two Asian twins they chose. Both of them are nervous, and Jonesy and Nikki at once interfered with the foursome because of arguing. What made it worse was that Caitlin kissed the wrong boy! Jen purposely kissed the other boy as payback, and the four switched couples, and it was for the best because they liked each other more. Meanwhile, Jude sees Starr again, but he has to take an IQ test to see if he's smart enough to hang out with her because Starr had decided to change her image into a nerd. At first, he freaked out and made Wayne do his IQ Test, which he procrastinated on and got a score 62. When Jude actually does it himself, it turned out he was a genius, which was obviously a stroke a luck. Meanwhile, Wyatt meets a new barista from Grind Me at the dating session, but they both eventually find out that their relationship is centered around coffee, the only thing they have in common, which is typical for Wyatt.
91 "Role Reversal" February 11, 2010 Unaired
A Sadie Hawkins dance comes to the mall where the girls ask the guys out. While Jude and Wyatt struggle to get chosen, Caitlin and Jen try to overcome the pressure of asking the guys. Nikki becomes friends with a new Khaki Barn employee Jean, but spends so much time with her, she forgets to ask Jonesy to the dance, and Caitlin needs to find a way out of date with Wayne after he mistakenly thinks she asked him out.
92 "Bye Bye Nikki? Part 1" February 11, 2010 June 14, 2010
2-part series finale.
Nikki's father is accepted for a job up in Iqaluit, and Nikki doesn't want to go, so Jonesy gets Caitlin to tell Mr. Wong that his interview was moved to Grind Me at the mall, and Jonesy pretends to be Mr. Wong at the real interview, when he tries to do everything he can to make him not get the job. It doesn't work, however, because he gets the job anyway. So Nikki has to convince her parents to let her stay but she has to find a place to stay first. Jen's mom said she could stay with them for a semester but Nikki's parents don't want her living under the same roof as her boyfriend, so Nikki and Jonesy pretend to break up so she can stay with them. But Nikki finds out that living with Jen is too hard. Meanwhile, Jude loses his house keys while his parents are away so he temporarily lives in the mall, where he is repeatedly hounded by Ron the Rent-a-cop.
93 "Bye Bye Nikki? Part 2" February 11, 2010 June 21, 2010
When Nikki's friends do a going-away party at Grind Me for her, Nikki's parents said they would stay as her father would keep his old job, but Nikki objects and admits that it is time to move on after she quit her job at the Khaki Barn and took a plane up north with her parents. Upon departing, Nikki attempts to call Jonesy on the cell phone just to tell him that she doesn't want to break up with him, and Jonesy wishes the same. The gang says good bye to Nikki and tell her they'll talk to her soon, as she bids them one final farewell. It finishes with Jonesy saying "Maybe everything will be okay after all..." The episode, and the series, ends with the camera zooming out to a wide shot of the mall food court as all the supporting characters in the show are seen walking through.

References[edit]

  1. ^ Official episode guide @ teletoon.com Retrieved June 7, 2007
  2. ^ 6teen DVD release – November 13, 2007
  3. ^ List of programs broadcast by Nickelodeon at Wikipedia.org. Retrieved May 20, 2012.
  4. ^ List of programs broadcast by Nickelodeon#Animated at Wikipedia.org. Retrieved May 19, 2012.