List of Level Up episodes

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This is a list of episodes from the Cartoon Network series Level Up.

Series overview[edit]

Season Episodes Season premiere Season finale
Pilot 1 November 23, 2011
1 22 January 24, 2012 September 18, 2012
2 13 October 23, 2012 February 19, 2013

Episodes[edit]

Pilot film (2011)[edit]

No. in series Title Directed by Written by Original air date U.S. viewers (in millions)
0 "Level Up" Peter Lauer Derek Guiley and David Schneiderman November 23, 2011 (2011-11-23) 2.549[1]
Four completely different regular high school teenagers take on a dark leader named Maldark, who goes haywire by escaping from a video game and brings in havoc by bringing in various different monsters (such as Ghouls, Trolls, etc.) to the real world, and where a battle becomes released. Now the four teens must fight together for experience, take out Maldark and his minions and save the real world.

Season 1 (2012)[edit]

No. in
series
No. in
season
Title Directed by Written by Original air date Production code U.S. viewers
(in millions)
1 1 "Barbarian" Michael Rohl Derek Guiley and David Schneiderman January 24, 2012 (2012-01-24) 106[2] 2.085[3]
The gang decide to make use of a Barbarian who has made his way to the real world.
2 2 "A Heart-Worming Tale" Michael Robison Matt Burnett and Ben Levin January 31, 2012 (2012-01-31) 110[2] 1.769[4]
The gang find a network of magic passageways, but using them soon leads to chaos.
3 3 "Wyatt Presents: Avatar in 3D" Michael Robison Julie Whitesell February 7, 2012 (2012-02-07) 109[2] 1.675[5]
Wyatt's avatar Black Death leaks from the game, and he decides to capitalize on the situation by having the avatar help him impress a girl.
4 4 "Bicyclops" Victor Gonzalez Natalie Antoci and Gretchen Enders February 14, 2012 (2012-02-14) 112[2] 1.751[6]
The gang want to keep a pair of magic glasses (that can detect other people's thoughts), but a Bicyclops from the game has other plans.
5 5 "Leroy" Savage Steve Holland Matt Goldman February 21, 2012 (2012-02-21) 108[2] 1.402[7]

Lyle's old friend Leroy comes to town and treats everyone badly.

Note: This episode originally aired after the 2012 Hall of Game Awards on Cartoon Network[when?], and after that did not air again until March 6, 2012 and was advertised as a new episode.
6 6 "Hampire Weeknight" Jonathan Judge Derek Guiley and David Schneiderman February 28, 2012 (2012-02-28) 116[2] 1.699[8]
Maldark sends a Hampire (a creature that's part vampire, part hamster) to Earth where it is let loose in the school by accident by Angie.
7 7 "Sole Provider" Savage Steve Holland Peter Murrieta March 5, 2012 (2012-03-05) 107[2] 1.533[9]
After defeating a Rainbow Rider from the game, the trio finds a pair of magical super-speed boots. Instead of storing them, however, Dante decides to use them for his own purposes.
8 8 "Max Squared" Peter DeLuise Matt Burnett and Ben Levin March 12, 2012 (2012-03-12) 102[10] 1.510[11]
Dante is having problems with his mom constantly bugging him. When an internet dating profile of Max Ross leaks out, it solves one problem while creating a new one.
9 9 "Blast-a-ton 2.0" Peter DeLuise Matt Burnett and Ben Levin March 19, 2012 (2012-03-19) 113[12] 1.408[13]
Wyatt obtains a new weapon upgrade that makes him crazy with power.
10 10 "Charm Bracelet" Michael Rohl Julie Whitesell March 26, 2012 (2012-03-26) 105[12] 1.184[14]
Lyle's dad wants him to run for class president, but Lyle does not want to. So Angie runs for class president, and the guys decide to give her a boost with a magic braclet from the game.
11 11 "You Don't Know Jack" Victor Gonzalez Peter Murrieta April 2, 2012 (2012-04-02) 111[12] 1.273[15]
Dante's favorite story character Jack from Jack and the Beanstalk leaks from an e-book into the real world, and Dante is soon disappointed by Jack when it turns out that he still continues stealing even when the giant from the story leaks into the real world in pursuit of Jack to get back the items that were stolen from him.
12 12 "Headquarters" Henry Chan Matt Goldman April 9, 2012 (2012-04-09) 103[12] 1.460[16]

The guys set up shop in Max's warehouse and decide to throw a party that doesn't go as planned.

Note: This episode occurs after "Wanted" but before the rest of the episodes in the timeline due to episodes being aired out of production order.
13 13 "Acid Spittin' Mini Dragon" Jonathan Judge Matt Goldman April 16, 2012 (2012-04-16) 115[17] 1.893[18]
While Wyatt spends time hanging out with Angie's little brother, Dante and Lyle face off against a tough new enemy in the form of an Acid-Spitting Mini Dragon.
14 14 "Leveling Up" Peter DeLuise Peter Murrieta April 23, 2012 (2012-04-23) 101[17] 1.544[19]
When Dante's procrastinating causes an NPC named Sir Guy to leak from the game, he is forced to take the responsibility for it in the form of helping Sir Guy complete side quests to defeat an elite Five-Armed Blood Marauder.
15 15 "The Conspiracy Club" Michael Robison Derek Guiley and David Schneiderman April 30, 2012 (2012-04-30) 114 [17] 1.742 [20]
The boys must join a new club at school to see how close they are to exposing their secret lives while at the same time pursuing a dangerous Skunkbear.
16 16 "Wanted" Henry Chan Derek Guiley and David Schneiderman August 7, 2012 104[21] 1.222[22]

In a prequel to the TV series, Wyatt finds a bounty hunter trying to kill him, but no matter how hard he tries, he can't convince Lyle or Dante that it even exists.

Note: This episode occurs after the pilot but before "Headquarters" in the timeline due to episodes being aired out of production order.
17 17 "The Dark Marts" Jon Rosenbaum Julie Whitesell August 14, 2012 118[21] 1.175[23]
A merchant leaks out from the game, and Max uses him to announce his new expansion pack. But when he tries to rule the world, NeverFail has a tough time defeating him.
18 18 "The Swirling Giver" Jon Rosenbaum Julie Whitesell August 21, 2012 117 1.312[24]
A leak from the game lends Lyle some gold. Then, in order for Lyle to repay him, the Swirling Giver tells him to bring in Dante so he can eat his face.
19 19 "Invizio's Revenge" Alex Winter Matt Burnett and Ben Levin August 28, 2012 119 1.185[25]
A ghost leaks into the high school where it ends up haunting it. Meanwhile, a television crew does a story on Lyle.
20 20 "Heckfire Tiger" Alex Winter Richard Goodman September 4, 2012 120 1.252[26]
The high school football team starts to get involved in the game and cause an automated moderator to leak from it.
21 21 "Wyatt Crosses Over" Peter DeLuise Natalie Antoci and Gretchen Enders September 11, 2012 121 1.106 [27]
Wyatt gets a chance to transfer over to Cross Townhigh where his genius can be accepted. It' i really a trick as a leak named Asp plans to weaken Never Fail on Maldark's behalf and beat them without their leader.
22 22 "So You Think You Can Go to the Dance?" Peter DeLuise Peter Murrieta, David Schneiderman, and Derek Guiley September 18, 2012 122 1.056 [28]

The gang plans a night off by attending the school dance. Unfortunately for them, Maldark has found a way to get to Earth so that he can attack it again.

Note: This was the Season 1 finale.

Season 2 (2012–2013)[edit]

On March 28, 2012, Cartoon Network revealed that Level Up has been renewed for a 2nd season. It is premiered October 23, 2012 at a new time slot on Tuesdays, 7:30pm.

No. in
series
No. in
season
Title Directed by Written by Original air date
23 1 "Little HQ of Horrors" Savage Steve Holland Derek Guiley and David Schneiderman October 23, 2012 (2012-10-23)
Wyatt leaks out a vine to defeat Joaquin when his being good at everything gets him into a high school class, but it soon barrels out of control.
24 2 "Lice Guys Bathe Last" Alex Winter Matt Burnett and Ben Levin October 30, 2012 (2012-10-30)
A zombie-like outbreak occurs when lice leak from the game.
25 3 "Should She Stay or Should She Go" Peter DeLuise Matt Goldman November 6, 2012 (2012-11-06)
Angie competes in a Glamazonian death challenge.
26 4 "Intelligence Potion #9" Peter DeLuise Julie Whitesell November 13, 2012 (2012-11-13)
Dante becomes extremely smart from a magic potion that a wizard gave him, but the wizard wants to take over the world.
27 5 "A Wizza's Best Friend" Peter DeLuise Matt Goldman November 20, 2012 (2012-11-20)
Lyle takes in a pet leaked from the game, but soon the government has custody of the creature. Yet Max had designed the pet so that if it doesn't receive proper love, it will explode.
28 6 "A Leak Among Us" Alex Winter Derek Guiley and David Schneiderman January 8, 2013 (2013-01-08)
After secretly being aided by a mysterious leak that's blend itself amongst the citizens of Daventry Hills, Wyatt later becomes fast friends with his favorite author but this comic writer has a secret that Wyatt must hide from the gang.
29 7 "Thomas Jeffer, Son of Frankenstein" Peter DeLuise Peter Murrieta and Matt Goldman January 15, 2013
Dante creates a bizarre monster for a school video project. But when the teacher gives Dante an 'F', he accidentally leaks out Dante Junior (a monstrous version of himself). So the gang has to leak out the original monster to help.
30 8 "Max vs. Hideo" Peter DeLuise Matt Burnett and Ben Levin January 22, 2013
Max's rival Hideo Nojima comes to town to destroy Max's business.
31 9 "All Lies That Ends Lies" Peter DeLuise January 29, 2013
Lyle obtains a magic horseshoe from a centaur named Nessus in order to be good at the horseshoe toss during the The Daventry Hills Father and Son Berrylympics. Wyatt tries to cover up the truth about his father. After getting suspended by Vice-Principal Elmhurst, Dante leaks out a blacksmith named John to pose as his dad for a Parent-Teacher Conference with her while trying to keep his mom from finding out what happened at school. Angie protests against the unfairness of girls not being able to compete in the Berrylympics.
32 10 "A Little Help Please" Savage Steve Holland Julie Whitesell February 5, 2013
When NeverFail defeats an Orc named King Okavango in "Conqueror of All Worlds", his former right-hand Orc Ochi leaks into Earth and manages to clean up NeverFail's hang-out.
33 11 "Dante and Angie's Mascor Skating Video" Victor Gonzalez February 12, 2013
The gang braces themselves when angry teacher Mr. Cochrane returns to school, but Lyle is convinced that a zen approach can handle the problem.
34 12 "The 4 Harolds! What? Oh. the 4 Heralds!" Peter DeLuise Matt Goldman February 19, 2013

When the Heralds of the Maldarkian Apocalypse leak onto Earth, NeverFail turns to Joaquin for help.

Note: Joaquin finally learns the truth about the Leaks in this episode.
35 13 "War Hammer Time" Victor Gonzalez Gretchen Enders February 19, 2013

Joaquin questions his decision to join NeverFail as they try to help Joaquin make up his mind.

Note: This is the series finale.

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