List of Happy Tree Friends episodes

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This is a list of the Happy Tree Friends Internet and TV episodes. There are 4 seasons for the Internet shorts so far and 13 episodes for the first season of the TV series have been aired. In 1999 the crew began the series with two pilot episodes. The very first pilot was named Banjo Frenzy, which featured a blue dinosaur, a sky-blue squirrel, a yellow rabbit and a purple beaver. The second pilot was named Spin Fun Knowin' Ya! and featured later versions of the dinosaur, the rabbit, the squirrel and the beaver and, from that on, the crew began introducing new characters to the show. It quickly became an internet phenomenon featuring millions of visits per episode.

After airing two seasons for the web show, the crew decided, in 2006, to extend the internet shorts into half-hour-long TV episodes. Each half-hour episode split into three seven-minute segments. The series became a real success and its first season finished three months after its premiere, airing thirteen half-hour episodes and a total of thirty-nine segments. After the end of the first television season there had been discussions by the creators of a second season but Ken Pontac confirmed that a second TV season is not currently being worked on. The TV series has finished. After one year since the TV series has finished, the series returned for a third internet season.

A spin-off called Ka-Pow! debuted on September 2008. In 2010, after airing fourteen episodes for the third web season, a hiatus began, in which there were only breaks airing with a subliminal message at the end of each, which reads "Happy Tree Friends is dead!". This situation concerned many fans because they thought that the series were going to end soon. The writers confirmed that they were playing a joke on the fact that the characters die a lot and made a pun phrase with the word "dead". The hiatus ended on December 8, 2011 and the series returned once again with the fifteenth episode of the third season, which was named "Clause for Concern".

In addition to the show's three seasons and an unofficial pilot, there have been some special shorts since its premiere in 1999. These include ten shorts not listed in any season, eleven special shorts dubbed as "Smoochies", six special Christmas-themed episodes dubbed as "Kringles", three Valentine's Day-themed episodes dubbed as "Love Bites" and five "Break" shorts. The "Smoochie" shorts involve three different items being dropped next to a main character, only for them to be killed in three different ways, each regarding the item. These have been adapted into the Happy Tree Friends website where one can choose an item to drop.[1] The "Kringle" shorts are Christmas-themed shorts that feature the main characters doing various Christmas-related tasks, only to be killed in various ways.[2] The "Love Bites" were Valentine's Day-themed shorts, that went with the basic structure of a Happy Tree Friends episode. The "Break" shorts were produced in 2006, when no new shorts were produced until the following year. A new break short debuted in 2009.

Series overview[edit]

Season Episodes Originally aired
First aired Last aired
1 27 December 24, 1999 October 13, 2001
2 27 October 20, 2001 December 15, 2005
3 39 September 25, 2006 December 25, 2006
4 TBA November 2, 2007 TBA

Episodes[edit]

Season 1: 1999–2001[edit]

No. in
series
No. in
season
Title Directed by Original air date
1 1 "Spin Fun Knowin' Ya!" Rhode Montijo December 24, 1999
2 2 "House Warming" Rhode Montijo December 31, 1999
3 3 "Helping Helps" Rhode Montijo January 7, 2000
4 4 "Crazy Ant-ics" Rhode Montijo January 28, 2000
5 5 "Havin' a Ball" Rhode Montijo February 4, 2000
6 6 "Water You Wading For?" Rhode Montijo February 11, 2000
7 7 "Nuttin' Wrong with Candy!" Rhode Montijo February 18, 2000
8 8 "Wheelin' and Dealin'" Rhode Montijo February 18, 2000
9 9 "Pitchin' Impossible" Rhode Montijo March 3, 2000
10 10 "Stayin' Alive!" Rhode Montijo March 10, 2000
11 11 "Treasure These Idol Moments" Rhode Montijo March 14, 2000
12 12 "Chip Off the Ol' Block" Rhode Montijo May 3, 2000
13 13 "Nuttin' but the Tooth" Rhode Montijo May 19, 2000
14 14 "Hide and Seek" Rhode Montijo May 26, 2000
15 15 "Whose Line Is It Anyway?" Rhode Montijo June 2, 2000
16 16 "Boo Do You Think You Are?" Rhode Montijo June 9, 2000
17 17 "Mime and Mime Again" Rhode Montijo June 16, 2000
18 18 "You're Bakin' Me Crazy!" Rhode Montijo June 23, 2000
19 19 "Tongue Twister Trouble" Rhode Montijo June 30, 2000
20 20 "Meat Me for Lunch" Rhode Montijo March 2, 2001
21 21 "Sweet Ride" Rhode Montijo March 10, 2001
22 22 "It's a Snap!" Rhode Montijo March 17, 2001
23 23 "Off the Hook" Rhode Montijo March 24, 2001
24 24 "Spare Me" Rhode Montijo March 31, 2001
25 25 "Snow What? That's What!" Rhode Montijo April 7, 2001
26 26 "This Is Your Knife" Rhode Montijo April 14, 2001
27 27 "Happy Trails" (Part 1) Rhode Montijo October 13, 2001

Season 2: 2001–05[edit]

No. in
series
No. in
season
Title Directed by Original air date
28 1 "Happy Trails" (Part 2: Jumping The Shark) Rhode Montijo October 20, 2001
29 2 "Eye Candy" Rhode Montijo September 8, 2002
30 3 "Rink Hijinks" Rhode Montijo September 15, 2002
31 4 "Flippin' Burgers" Rhode Montijo September 22, 2002
32 5 "Get Whale Soon" Rhode Montijo September 29, 2002
33 6 "Snip, Snip Hooray!" Rhode Montijo October 6, 2002
34 7 "Eyes Cold Lemonade" Rhode Montijo October 13, 2002
35 8 "Milkin' It" Rhode Montijo October 20, 2002
36 9 "Out of Sight, Out of Mime" Rhode Montijo October 27, 2002
37 10 "Class Act" (Blurb) Rhode Montijo November 3, 2002
38 11 "The Way You Make Me Wheel" Rhode Montijo December 8, 2002
39 12 "Better Off Bread" Rhode Montijo April 20, 2003
40 13 "I Get a Trick Out of You!" Rhode Montijo April 27, 2003
41 14 "Shard at Work" Kenn Navarro May 4, 2003
42 15 "Water Way to Go" Kenn Navarro May 11, 2003
43 16 "Out on a Limb" Kenn Navarro May 18, 2003
44 17 "Keepin' It Reel" Kenn Navarro June 8, 2003
45 18 "A Hard Act to Swallow" Kenn Navarro September 21, 2003
46 19 "Let It Slide" Kenn Navarro September 28, 2004
47 20 "Icy You" Kenn Navarro December 22, 2004
48 21 "Hello Dolly" Kenn Navarro October 3, 2004
49 22 "Remains to Be Seen" Kenn Navarro September 27, 2003
50 23 "Stealing the Spotlight" Kenn Navarro November 9, 2003
51 24 "Ski Ya, Wouldn't Wanna Be Ya!" Kenn Navarro January 4, 2004
52 25 "Blind Date" (Blurb) Kenn Navarro February 22, 2004
53 26 "Suck It Up!" Kenn Navarro February 22, 2004
54 27 "From A to Zoo" Kenn Navarro October 16, 2005

Season 3: 2006[edit]

No. in
series
No. in
season
Title Directed by Original air date
55 1 "The Wrong Side of the Tracks" Kenn Navarro September 25, 2006 (2006-09-25)
56 2 "From Hero to Eternity[3]" Kenn Navarro September 25, 2006 (2006-09-25)
57 3 "And The Kitchen Sink" Kenn Navarro September 25, 2006 (2006-09-25)
58 4 "Party Animal" Kenn Navarro October 2, 2006 (2006-10-02)
59 5 "Ipso Fatso" Kenn Navarro October 2, 2006 (2006-10-02)
60 6 "Don't Yank My Chain" Kenn Navarro October 2, 2006 (2006-10-02)
61 7 "Doggone It[4]" Kenn Navarro October 9, 2006 (2006-10-09)
62 8 "Concrete Solution" Kenn Navarro October 9, 2006 (2006-10-09)
63 9 "Sea What I Found" Kenn Navarro October 9, 2006 (2006-10-09)
64 10 "Easy For You to Sleigh" Kenn Navarro October 30, 2006 (2006-10-30)
65 11 "Wishy Washy" Kenn Navarro October 30, 2006 (2006-10-30)
66 12 "Who's to Flame?" Kenn Navarro October 30, 2006 (2006-10-30)
67 13 "Every Litter Bit Hurts" Kenn Navarro October 16, 2006 (2006-10-16)
68 14 "As You Wish" Kenn Navarro October 16, 2006 (2006-10-16)
69 15 "Take a Hike" Kenn Navarro October 16, 2006 (2006-10-16)
70 16 "Snow Place to Go" Kenn Navarro October 23, 2006 (2006-10-23)
71 17 "Dunce Upon a Time[5]" Kenn Navarro October 23, 2006 (2006-10-23)
72 18 "Gems the Breaks" Kenn Navarro October 23, 2006 (2006-10-23)
73 19 "A Change Of Heart" Kenn Navarro November 6, 2006 (2006-11-06)
74 20 "A Hole Lotta Love[6]" Kenn Navarro November 6, 2006 (2006-11-06)
75 21 "Mime to Five[7]" Kenn Navarro November 6, 2006 (2006-11-06)
76 22 "Blast from the Past[8]" Kenn Navarro November 20, 2006 (2006-11-20)
77 23 "Chew Said a Mouthful" Kenn Navarro November 20, 2006 (2006-11-20)
78 24 "See What Develops" Kenn Navarro November 20, 2006 (2006-11-20)
79 25 "Idol Curiosity" Kenn Navarro November 27, 2006 (2006-11-27)
80 26 "Home is Where The Hurt is" Kenn Navarro November 27, 2006 (2006-11-27)
81 27 "Aw, Shucks!" Kenn Navarro November 27, 2006 (2006-11-27)
82 28 "A Sight for Sore Eyes" Kenn Navarro December 6, 2006 (2006-12-06)
83 29 "Wipe Out" Kenn Navarro December 6, 2006 (2006-12-06)
84 30 "Letter Late than Never" Kenn Navarro December 6, 2006 (2006-12-06)
85 31 "Wingin' It[9]" Kenn Navarro December 10, 2006 (2006-12-10)
86 32 "Tongue in Cheek" Kenn Navarro December 10, 2006 (2006-12-10)
87 33 "Easy Comb, Easy Go" Kenn Navarro December 10, 2006 (2006-12-10)
88 34 "I've Got You Under My Skin" Kenn Navarro December 17, 2006 (2006-12-17)
89 35 "In a Jam" Kenn Navarro December 17, 2006 (2006-12-17)
90 36 "Junk in the Trunk" Kenn Navarro December 17, 2006 (2006-12-17)
91 37 "Hear Today, Gone Tomorrow[10]" Kenn Navarro December 25, 2006 (2006-12-25)
92–93 38–39 "Double Whammy" Kenn Navarro December 25, 2006 (2006-12-25)

Season 4: 2007[edit]

No. in
series
No. in
season
Title Directed by Original air date
94 1 "Read 'em and Weep" Kenn Navarro November 2, 2007
95 2 "Can't Stop Coffin" Kenn Navarro October 24, 2008
96 3 "We're Scrooged!" Kenn Navarro November 27, 2007
97–98 4–5 "A Sucker for Love" Kenn Navarro February 8, 2008
99 6 "Just Desert" Kenn Navarro May 22, 2008
100 7 "Peas in a Pod" Kenn Navarro October 18, 2008
101 8 "Wrath of Con" Kenn Navarro July 20, 2009
102 9 "All Flocked Up!" Kenn Navarro August 18, 2009
103 10 "Something Fishy" Kenn Navarro September 14, 2009
104 11 "Without a Hitch" Kenn Navarro October 13, 2009
105 12 "Swelter Skelter" Kenn Navarro November 6, 2009
106 13 "I Nub You" Kenn Navarro February 5, 2010
107 14 "A Bit of a Pickle" Kenn Navarro May 7, 2010
108 15 "See You Later Elevator" Kenn Navarro October 1, 2010
109 16 "Clause for Concern" Kenn Navarro December 8, 2011
110 17 "The Chokes on You" Kenn Navarro March 23, 2012
111 18 "Royal Flush" Kenn Navarro May 6, 2012
112 19 "Brake the Cycle" Kenn Navarro June 8, 2012
113 20 "Random Acts of Silence" Kenn Navarro August 2, 2012
114 21 "Breaking Wind" Kenn Navarro October 3, 2012
115 22 "All in Vein" Kenn Navarro October 19, 2012
116 23 "Bottled Up Inside" Kenn Navarro November 21, 2012
117 24 "No Time Like the Present" Kenn Navarro December 20, 2012
118 25 "By the Seat of Your Pants" Kenn Navarro March 29, 2013
119 26 "You're Kraken Me Up" Kenn Navarno June 14, 2013
120 27 "All Work and No Play" Kenn Navarno July 18, 2013
121 28 "Buns of Steal" Kenn Navarro August 21, 2013
122 29 "Pet Peeve" Kenn Navarro October 3, 2013
123 30 "A Vicious Cycle" Kenn Navarro October 17, 2013
124 31 "Put Your Back Into It" Kenn Navarro December 5, 2013
125 32 "Spare Tire" Kenn Navarro January 7, 2014
126 33 "Camp Pokeneyeout" Kenn Navarro January 16, 2014
127 34 "Dream Job" Ken Pontac March 6, 2014
128 35 "TBA"
129 36 "TBA"
130 37 "TBA"

Unnumbered shorts[edit]

Title Directed by Written by
"Banjo Frenzy" Aubrey Ankrum Rhode Montijo

The unofficial pilot episode, created in 1999.

A dinosaur plays a guitar, while a chipmunk, a rabbit and a beaver (possibly early versions of the characters Giggles, Cuddles and Toothy) sit down and watch. One of the dinosaur's banjo strings breaks, causing the onlookers to laugh. Angered, the dinosaur decapitates the chipmunk, slices the rabbit in half vertically, and decapitates the beaver. However, the beaver's decapitated head survives long enough to bite the dinosaur, who screams in pain.
"Enter the Garden" Alan Lau Warren Graff, Rhode Montijo, Kenn Navarro, Alan Lau
A short featuring the unofficial character Buddhist Monkey battling some ninjas who trespass his garden.
"Dino-Sore Days" Michael "Lippy" Lippman Warren Graff, Rhode Montijo, Kenn Navarro, Michael "Lippy" Lipman
A 1920s-cartoon parody featuring the character Cro-Marmot in prehistoric times. It features him eating a dead dinosaur. However, he mistakenly bites on the tail of a living dinosaur. The angry dinosaur then proceeds to attack Cro-Marmot by chewing him to shreds. Cro-Marmot escapes but then gets eaten by a pterodactyl.
"Mole in the City" Roque Ballesteros Warren Graff, Kenn Navarro, Alan Lau, Ken Pontac, Brad Lau, Roque Ballesteros
A short featuring the character The Mole as a detective attempting to catch a criminal called The Rat, who attempts to steal a special camera. They go through a wild chase which ends with The Rat, badly injured, in a warehouse. The Rat makes one last attempt to steal the camera, but tiny explosive mines planted in the building explode, killing him. The Mole walks away slowly, and the camera zooms in to reveal the fact that there is a tiny mine on his face, about to explode.
"Ski Patrol" Jason Sadler Warren Graff, Kenn Navarro, Ken Pontac, Jason Sadler
Lumpy, Cuddles, Giggles, Toothy, Flaky and Petunia make an instructional video for new members of the ski patrol.
"Books of Fury" Alan Lau Warren Graff, Kenn Navarro, Alan Lau
A short featuring Buddhist Monkey battling a ninja inside a library to protect a book.
"YouTube Live Episode" Kenn Navarro Warren Graff, Kenn Navarro, Jeff Biancalana, David Winn
Several characters are seen inside a crane machine prize game. Cuddles is picked up, but falls down. He is later brought back up, but the crane violently trashes his body inside the machine, until he eventually dies. The remaining characters panic and frantically try to escape out of the crane machine.
"Intimate Spotlight" Rhode Montijo Warren Graff
A reporter interviews Cro-Marmot. She asks questions to him, all to no response due to Cro-Marmot being frozen. They then run out of time, and as the credits roll, the reporter fumes over getting no response.
"False Alarm" Kenn Navarro Warren Graff, Kenn Navarro, Ken Pontac

An episode exclusive to the Happy Tree Friends: False Alarm video game.

After being injured by candy canes from a truckload of candy due to his candy addiction, Nutty is sent to the hospital. He is then sent to an asylum, where he eventually recovers from his addiction. Lifty and Shifty, who Nutty had bought the truckload of candy from, attempt to sell him more candy, but Nutty rejects. They then offer to sell him a video game, which he buys. He eventually becomes addicted to video games, but his game console powers down. Nutty then sees Lifty and Shifty with a van full of video games, and chases them with Cuddles's car, killing Petunia in the process. He then crashes into Lifty and Shifty's van, killing them in the process, as well as The Mole. Nutty then discovers all the video games destroyed, but sees a candy cane. He licks it, starts laughing and reverts back to his candy addiction.
"Asbestos I Can Do" Kenn Navarro Warren Graff, Kenn Navarro, Ken Pontac, Jeff Biancalana, David Winn
Lumpy sits on a rocking chair, knitting a warmer for his antlers.
"Under the Skin" Kenn Navarro Warren Graff, Kenn Navarro, Ken Pontac, Jeff Biancalana, David Winn
A documentary on Happy Tree Friends.
"YouTube Copyright School" ? ?
Video produced for YouTube about the dangers of copyright infringement. Released in early 2011.

Ka-Pow! seasons[edit]

Main article: Ka-Pow!
Season Episodes Originally aired
1 6 2008 – N/A

HTF Break[edit]

Season Episodes Originally aired
1 9 2008–2011

HTF Irregulars[edit]

Season Episodes Originally aired
1 5 2009

Love Bites[edit]

Season Episodes Originally aired
1 10 2009–present

Kringles[edit]

Season Episodes Originally aired
1 5 2006

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Smoochies". HTF.atom.com. Retrieved July 9, 2009. 
  2. ^ "Happy Tree Friends – Kringles". HTF.atom.com. Retrieved July 9, 2009. 
  3. ^ The title is a pun on the film 'From Here to Eternity'
  4. ^ The Dog in this episode is based on writer Ken Pontac's dog Whistle
  5. ^ This episode is based on a fairy tale, 'Jack and the Beanstalk'
  6. ^ The title is a reference to the Led Zeppelin song "Whole Lotta Love"
  7. ^ The title of the episode is a pun on the phrase 9 to 5
  8. ^ Part of the episode was in Spin Fun Knowin' Ya
  9. ^ It was originally entitled, "Sky's the Limits"
  10. ^ Russells' truck explodes while Lumpy is using the payphone, but later it is seen on Lumpy's TV, the fire about to be put out by Handy

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