List of My Gym Partner's a Monkey episodes

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This is a list of episodes for My Gym Partner's a Monkey, a Cartoon Network animated series created by Julie McNally-Cahill and Timothy Cahill (the latter is also the director of all episodes).

Series overview[edit]

Season Episodes Originally aired DVD releases date
Season premiere Season finale Region 1
1 13 December 26, 2005 (2005-12-26) May 26, 2006 (2006-05-26) June 21, 2011
2 13 June 8, 2006 (2006-06-08) January 5, 2007 (2007-01-05) February 7, 2012
3 13 January 12, 2007 (2007-01-12) August 31, 2007 (2007-08-31) July 3, 2012
4 13 September 17, 2007 (2007-09-17) November 27, 2008 (2008-11-27) October 15, 2013
Shorts 13 July 7, 2006 (2006-07-07) March 23, 2008 (2008-03-23) N/A
Film 1 January 14, 2007 (2007-01-14) N/A
Special 1 May 25, 2008 (2008-05-25) N/A

Season 1 (2006)[edit]

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1 1 "Inoculation Day / Animal Testing" Inoculation Day: Tom Sheppard
Animal Testing: Julie McNally-Cahill and Timothy Cahill
Inoculation Day: Rossen Varbanov
Animal Testing: William Reiss
December 26, 2005

Inoculation Day: While vaccinating the students, Nurse Gazelle accidentally hits Adam with an inoculation dart that turns him into an ape.


Animal Testing: A high score in the school placement test puts Adam in the honors class where he is teased by the students at first, but he is soon respected by them when they see his excellent spelling skills.
2 2 "Lyon of Scrimmage / Bad News Bear" Lyon of Scrimmage & Bad News Bear
Julie McNally-Cahill and Timothy Cahill
Lyon of Scrimmage & Bad News Bear
William Reiss
February 22, 2006

Lyon of Scrimmage: Coach Gills teams Adam and Jake as one player for the Charles Darwin middle school football team when Adam displays excellent memory at the game play and Jake displays his good arm for tossing.


Bad News Bear: After Adam and Jake break a fish tube, Jake's consequence is to work in the school office filing papers, while Adam's punishment is to guide an endangered panda, Dingbang, around the school.
3 3 "Chew on This / The 'A' Word" Chew on This & The "A" Word
Roger Eschbacher
Chew on This: Kelsey Mann
The "A" Word: Nate Cash
March 1, 2006

Chew on This: After Adam complains about the cafeteria food, Principal Pixiefrog replaces the animal food with human food which causes the animals to get fat from the unhealthy human foods that are supplied.


The "A" Word: Jake is offended after Adam describes someone "going ape" so Adam tries to make up to Jake, though Jake keeps refusing the apologies.
4 4 "Shark Attack / Me Adam, You Jake" Shark Attack & Me Adam, You Jake
Julie McNally-Cahill and Timothy Cahill
Shark Attack: Kelsey Mann
Me Adam, You Jake: William Reiss
March 8, 2006

Shark Attack: When Adam accidentally hits resident Bull Sharkowski's snout, he is dubbed as the new school bully.


Me Adam, You Jake: Mrs. Chameleon thinks that Jake should have the role of Jungle Guy (a parody of Tarzan) but Adam wants the role also.
5 5 "The Sheds / Shiny Thing" The Sheds: Roger Eschbacher
Shiny Thing: Tom Sheppard
The Sheds: Chong Suk Lee
Shiny Thing: Kirk Tingblad
March 15, 2006

The Sheds: Slips is shedding his old skin but everyone thinks it's a virus he's spreading around the school called the AAACCCK.


Shiny Thing: When Jake finds a diamond doorknob, he discovers its power when all of his classmates (except Adam) become enchanted with the item due to its shining, causing Jake's obsession of his butt to go to far, making all of the students study only monkey butts.
6 6 "Amazon Kevin / Grub Drive" Amazon Kevin & Grub Drive
Tom Sheppard
Amazon Kevin: Nate Cash
Grub Drive: Kelsey Mann
March 22, 2006

Amazon Kevin: The star of the self titled "Amazon Kevin's Wild Animal Takedown" comes as a surprise at the invitation of Adam to the school, though the animal students dislike him due to his roughness towards animals on the show.


Grub Drive: There is a textbook shortage and to raise money to buy new books, Adam and Jake try to sell selling chocolate-covered grubs during Charles Darwin Middle School's Annual School Sales Drive.
7 7 "Law and Odor / Yesterday's Funny Monkey" Law and Odor & Yesterday's Funny Monkey
Tom Sheppard
Law and Odor: Rossen Varbanov
Yesterday's Funny Monkey: William Reiss
March 29, 2006

Law and Odor: After receiving a number of citations, Adam and Jake are put on Hall Monitor duty, and Adam discovers the corruption of the Hall Monitor students.
Note: The title of this episode is a parody of Law and Order.


Yesterday's Funny Monkey: Jake becomes the school's class clown after his talking buttocks routine is a success.
Note: The text "Cow Jones Mooooooing Average" shown in the ticker at CDMS news, is a parody of Dow Jones Industrial Average.
8 8 "It's the Scary Old Custodian, Adam Lyon / My Science Project" Its the Scary Old Custodian, Adam Lyon: Roger Eschbacher
My Science Project: Tom Sheppard
Its the Scary Old Custodian, Adam Lyon: Kirk Tingblad
My Science Project: Chong Suk Lee
April 19, 2006

Its the Scary Old Custodian, Adam Lyon: On Howloween, Adam goes into the living room to get a file for Principal Pixiefrog, and discovers the ghost of an old human janitor. The show are back at CDMS News.


My Science Project: Jake makes up for semi-intentionally ruining Adam's science fair project by implanting a robotic arm in his skull that starts to have a mind of its own.
9 9 "Two Tons of Fun / Docu-Trauma" Two Tons of Fun: Roger Eschbacher
Docu-Trauma: Tom Sheppard
Two Tons of Fun: William Reiss
Docu-Trauma: Rossen Varbanov
April 26, 2006

Two Tons of Fun: Adam and Jake discover unsent love letters to Mrs. Tusk by Mr. Hornbill, and they decide to coach him to ask Mrs. Tusk out on a date.


Docu-Trauma: Zira Cornelius, a famous documentary filmmaker, comes to Charles Darwin Middle School and focuses on Adam, believing him to be an unknown species, unknowing he's a human boy with a zit, swollen nose, and muddy clothes (due to a bad start that morning).
10 10 "Supplies Party / She's Koala That" Supplies Party: Roger Eschbacher
She's Koala That: Tom Sheppard
Supplies Party: Rossen Varbanov
She's Koala That: Chong Suk Lee
May 2, 2006

Supplies Party: Adam is celebrating his birthday party at a pizza palace, but when his human and animal friends both show up, he has to find ways to keep them apart or else will be embarrassed.


She's Koala That: Adam befriends a koala named Deidre out of pity, who turns out to annoy him as much as she annoys everyone else.
11 11 "Political Animals / Guano in 60 Seconds" Political Animals: Roger Eschbacher and Tom Sheppard
Guano in 60 Seconds: Adam Pava
Political Animals: Kelsey Mann
Guano in 60 Seconds: Nate Cash
May 9, 2006

Political Animals: Adam enters the school elections and faces off against seemingly powerful Bull Sharkowski.


Guano in 60 Seconds: When Charles Darwin Middle School is closed due to bat guano contamination, school is held in a portable classroom. Problems start when Jake accidentally snaps the brake and the portable classroom wheels across various places.
12 12 "Bubble or Nothing / Up All Night" Bubble or Nothing: Adam Pava
Up All Night: Roger Eschbacher
Bubble or Nothing: William Reiss
Up All Night: Chong Suk Lee
May 16, 2006

Bubble or Nothing: After being played around by three lions, Adam tells the nurse he is allergic to some of the animals. Principal Pixiefrog puts Adam in a plastic bubble, and it becomes the latest fad at school.


Up All Night: Adam's excited when Kerry invites him to play paintball early the next morning, but can't sleep when Windsor, Jake and Slips show up for a sleepover.
13 13 "Kerry to Dance?" Adam Pava Rossen Varbanov May 23, 2006
Adam wants to ask Kerry to the school dance; Jake is shocked Adam doesn't want to go with him, and Ingrid thinks Adam wants to ask her to the dance.

Season 2 (2006–2007)[edit]

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14 1 "Le Switcheroo / I Got a New Aptitude" Le Switcheroo: Tom Sheppard
I Got a New Aptitude: Adam Pava
Le Switcheroo: Kelsey Mann
I Got a New Aptitude: Sherm Cohen
October 25, 2006

Le Switcheroo: Mr. Mandrill suggests that Adam and Coach Gills switch roles for day after Coach Gills loses her temper over Adam's performance in her class.


I Got a New Aptitude: Adam and Jake take an aptitude test, but they are not happy with their results. So they try to find their true destiny.
15 2 "Cheer Pressure / Basic Jake" Cheer Pressure: Tom Sheppard
Basic Jake: Roger Eschbacher
Cheer Pressure: Nate Cash
Basic Jake: William Reiss
November 15, 2006 (2006-11-15)

Cheer Pressure: The Charles Darwin Jungle Squad wants Adam to cheer with them at the extreme cheerleading finals after one of the cheerleaders gets injured.


Basic Jake: Adam learns that Jake gets detention every weekend just to make a basic cable variety show, Basic Jake.
16 3 "The Times, They Are Exchangin' / Cool Kids" The Times They Are Exchangin': Adam Pava
Cool Kids: Roger Eschbacher
The Times They Are Exchangin': Chong Suk Lee
Cool Kids: William Reiss
November 22, 2006 (2006-11-22)

The Times They Are Exchangin': Adam gets to go back to his old school as part of an exchange program, however the school is not exactly the same as he remembers it.


Cool Kids: In the refrigerated part of the school where students are taking their polar classes, Jake falls in with a bunch of "cool kids" and forgets about his other friends.
17 4 "Disregarding Henry / Nice Moustache" Disregarding Henry: Adam Pava
Nice Moustache: Tom Sheppard
Disregarding Henry: Kelsey Mann
Nice Moustache: Sherm Cohen
November 29, 2006 (2006-11-29)

Disregarding Henry: Henry's singing is very poor, but when Jake hears it, he mistakes it for talent and enters him in the talent show.


Nice Moustache: Jake wakes up with what appears to be a large, bushy moustache and it changes his life as he assumes he becomes a "man" by having it.
18 5 "Poop Scoop / Leaf of Absence" Poop Scoop: Tom Sheppard
Leaf of Absence: Roger Eschbacher
Poop Scoop: Nate Cash
Leaf of Absence: William Reiss
December 6, 2006 (2006-12-06)

Poop Scoop: No one is reading the school newspaper and it's closing down. So Adam suggests that they write an interesting story. Trouble starts when Jake publishes lies about Adam. Things get edgy when Adam publishes Jake's secret.


Leaf of Absence: When the school gets sued, Principal Pixiefrog takes time off from work. His replacement is Principal Wolverine, a principal (who is always shown squinting) who is making things miserable for the students, and even Ms. Warthog. Plus, he has an obsession with biting people on the butt, saying "Do I have to bite you on the buttocks?" as a threat towards students. So Adam and Jake attempt to persuade Principal Pixiefrog to come back to his old job.
19 6 "I Fear Pretties / Magic Fish" I Fear Pretties: Adam Pava
Magic Fish: Roger Eschbacher
I Fear Pretties: Chong Suk Lee
Magic Fish: William Reiss
December 13, 2006 (2006-12-13)

I Fear Pretties: When Adam tells Margaret Rhino that she is rare, she becomes so arrogant that her friends, Joanie and Latanya, get angry at her. But when Adam learns the truth about Margaret, he tries to tell them and has no choice but to take all three of them to a date.


Magic Fish: After finding a stranded fish, Adam is granted a magic fish wish. Adam thinks this is nonsense while his friends want him to use the wish on them.
20 7 "Ain't Too Proud to Egg / The Two Jakes" Ain't Too Proud to Egg: Adam Pava
The Two Jakes: Tom Sheppard
Ain't Too Proud to Egg: Kelsey Mann
The Two Jakes: Sherm Cohen
January 27, 2007 (2007-01-27)

Ain't Too Proud to Egg: Adam, Jake and other students are given eggs that they have to take care of for a school assignment. Of course, Adam gets stuck doing all the work for Jake, and finds that this responsibility is too much for him.


The Two Jakes: Jake gets clones for himself and Adam, but are mean jerks. They are ruining their records/reputations by running around the school naked and causing chaos. Jake and Adam have to capture them before it's too late.
21 8 "Jake's Day Off / Lupe in Love" Jake's Day Off: Roger Eschbacher
Lupe in Love: Tom Sheppard
Jake's Day Off: Nate Cash
Lupe in Love: William Reiss
February 3, 2007 (2007-02-03)

Jake's Day Off: Jake takes a day off from school by spending it at school as part of his typical Jake fashion. He enjoys the facilities and persuades Adam to join him.


Lupe in Love: Lupe falls in love with Orlando Parrot, a parrot who is Jake's friend, who usually calls her "pretty bird", but finds out that he doesn't actually like her at all.
22 9 "Have Yourself a Joyful Little Animas" Adam Pava Sherm Cohen and Brett Varon February 10, 2007 (2007-02-10)
Animas is a celebration for animals and their instincts and Adam must hold himself up or he'll ruin the holiday for everyone. Also, Coach Gills is not enjoying Animas at all, with spoofs of many holiday specials such as How the Grinch Stole Christmas!, and It's the Great Pumpkin, Charlie Brown!.
23 10 "Carny Crazy / Up and Adam" Carny Crazy: Roger Eschbacher
Up and Adam: Tom Sheppard
Carny Crazy: Chong Suk Lee
Up and Adam: William Reiss
March 20, 2007 (2007-03-20)

Carny Crazy: When the carnival comes to the school, Adam tries to win a Princess Ballerina Snowglobe with opposition from the cheating Spiffies.


Up and Adam: Adam is given the keys to the Lookout Tower after passing a safety test the first try. The Lookout Tower is a bachelor pad located atop the school. Adam's job is the look out for threats in the school, but his job is made difficult when his friends use the lookout tower to throw a party.
24 11 "Making the Grade / One Lump or Tutor" Making the Grade: Tom Sheppard
One Lump or Tutor: Roger Eschbacher
Making the Grade: Nate Cash
One Lump or Tutor: William Reiss
March 27, 2007 (2007-03-27)

Making the Grade: Instead of letter grades on his report card, Adam receives generic positive symbols. He complains about this to Principal Pixiefrog and he changes the current system to letter grades with terrifying results.


One Lump or Tutor: When Adam fails another Feeding Frenzy exam, Mr. Hornbill thinks that he may be held back if he doesn't pass the next exam. So Adam gets a tutor to help him, but the tutor is actually Bull.
25 12 "Pranks for the Memories / Talking Teddy" Pranks for the Memories: Adam Pava and Tom Sheppard
Talking Teddy: Tom Sheppard
Pranks for the Memories: Chong Suk Lee
Talking Teddy: William Reiss
April 4, 2007 (2007-04-04)

Pranks for the Memories: Adam is embroiled in a prank war that he doesn't want to be in.


Talking Teddy: Teddy Truman, Windsor's ventriloquist's dummy, is enrolled into Charles Darwin Middle School. Most students think that Teddy is a living thing, except Adam.
26 13 "Uniformity / Pants in Space" Uniformity: Roger Eschbacher
Pants in Space: Suzie Vlcek and Brett Varon
Uniformity: Sherm Cohen
Pants in Space: Brett Varon
April 11, 2007 (2007-04-11)

Uniformity: It's spring and fashions at school are out of control! Principal Pixiefrog solves this by instituting a school uniformity policy. Now the students are starting to act overly "proper" except Adam. Adam teams up with Dickie to return the school back to its old, less mannered ways.


Pants in Space: Jake wants to join the space program, but the only problem is that astronauts wear pants and he detests wearing pants, so Adam tries to help.

Season 3 (2007–2008)[edit]

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27 1 "Sick Day / Cuddlemuffins" Sick Day: Darrick Bachman (story), and Julie McNally-Cahill with Timothy Cahill
Cuddlemuffins: Tom Sheppard
Sick Day & Cuddlemuffins
Chong Suk Lee
September 30, 2007

Sick Day: Whilst Adam is off school pretending to be sick, Jake misses him to the point of mentally breaking down.


Cuddlemuffins: Jake tries to warn Adam not to fall for the petting zoo kids' dirty tricks, but after falling for their cuteness the little animals are robbing him of his dignity and his money.
28 2 "The Spiffanos / The Little Mermonkey" The Spiffanos: Michael Allen and Marlowe Weisman
The Little Mermonkey: William Reiss
The Spiffanos: Brett Varon
The Little Mermonkey: William Reiss
October 7, 2007

The Spiffanos: After borrowing a pencil from Phineas Porpoise, Adam and Jake have to deliver a lunchbox to a locker in return.


The Little Mermonkey: A hermit crab finds a new home in Adam's locker, but Adam wants him out to get his books for class. Meanwhile, Jake searches for the legendary "Mermonkey".
29 3 "Diplomatic Insanity / Sidekicked" Diplomatic Insanity: Mitch Larson
Sidekicked: Tom Sheppard
Diplomatic Insanity: Marc Crisafulli
Sidekicked: Kelsey Mann
October 14, 2007

Diplomatic Insanity: Lupe becomes outraged when she sees that a toucan star is making her species look like idiots, Adam debates to end this conflict by creating the "United Species", an animal version of the United Nations. Meanwhile, Jake comes up with a plan to shut down the organization after getting kicked out.


Sidekicked: The laws of nature says that everyone must have a sidekick, and that sidekick must respect their leader, and Adam and Jake argue over who is the leader and sidekick switching every other duo in the school's respective roles.
30 4 "Gorilla of My Dreams / The Prince and the Pooper" Gorilla of My Dreams: Roger Eschbacher
The Prince and the Pooper: Tom Sheppard
Gorilla of My Dreams: Sherm Cohen
The Prince and the Pooper: William Reiss
October 21, 2007

Gorilla of My Dreams: Windsor tries to hide from Deb, a gorilla from Cameroon, because he is afraid that he will have to marry her.


The Prince and the Pooper: Jake trades places with his spoiled cousin Lord Saucypants who is actually the pet monkey of minor popstar Dobie Broadway Jr. but his life is not as great as it sounds.
31 5 "That Darn Platypus" Tom Sheppard Douglas McCarthy and William Reiss October 28, 2007
Everyone except Adam runs scared when thinking that a new student is actually an alien from outer space. They were correct.
Note: This was chapter three in the story line of "Cartoon Network Invaded".
32 6 "Pride and Pixiefrog / The Morning Zoo" Pride and Pixiefrog: Mitch Larson
The Morning Zoo: Roger Eschbacher
Pride and Pixiefrog: Chong Suk Lee
The Morning Zoo: Brett Varon
November 4, 2007

Pride and Pixiefrog: Principal Pixiefrog's ego becomes over-inflated when he wins Principal of the Year.


The Morning Zoo: Jake fills in for Principal Pixiefrog after he loses his voice and bases his morning announcements on shock-jock style morning radio.
33 7 "Flesh Fur Fantasy / Substitute Sweetheart" Flesh Fur Fantasy: Tom Sheppard
Substitute Sweetheart: Mitch Larson
Flesh Fur Fantasy: Marc Crisafulli
Substitute Sweetheart: Rossen Varbanov
November 11, 2007

Flesh Fur Fantasy: Adam gets a job in a gorilla costume to but is surprised when his friends find it's offensive to the primates.


Substitute Sweetheart: Jake has a crush on the substitute teacher, Mrs. Slenderloris.
34 8 "Don't Noc It 'Til You Try It / The Citronella Solution" Don't Noc It 'Til You Try It: Suzie Vlcek
The Citronella Solution: Tom Sheppard
Don't Noc It 'Til You Try It: Sherm Cohen
The Citronella Solution: William Reiss
November 18, 2007

Don't Noc It 'Til You Try It: The gang must rescue Slips after he oversleeps in class and is stuck in night school.


The Citronella Solution: Pixiefrog fits students with Citronella collars that keep them in line after finding Jake has "the gift", enabling him to see into the future and causing the other students to panic after foreseeing "the end".
35 9 "Mongoosed / Mellow Fellows" Mongoosed: Roger Eschbacher
Mellow Fellows: Mitch Larson
Mongoosed: Chong Suk Lee
Mellow Fellows: Brett Varon
November 25, 2007

Mongoosed: Slips and Carl Mongoose become friends, not realizing that they are supposed to be enemies. After a film explains they naturally are predetermined to do so, they end up being enemies much to the annoyance of Jake and Adam.


Mellow Fellows: Slips decides to become a guidance counselor, but learns that there is only room for one at CDMS.
36 10 "Save the Drama for Your Llama / Hornbill and Ted's Bogus Journey" Save the Drama for Your Llama: Suzie Vlcek (story), and Julie McNally-Cahill with Tom Sheppard
Hornbill and Ted's Bogus Journey: Mitch Larson
Save the Drama for Your Llama: Marc Crisafulli and Chris Savino
Hornbill and Ted's Bogus Journey: Chris Headrick
April 26, 2008

Save the Drama for Your Llama: Ingrid befriends Lola (voiced by Sarah Hagan), a llama who covets her life. Ingrid soon realizes that Lola is trying to steal her life!


Hornbill and Ted's Bogus Journey: Mr. Hornbill arrives at school with an insulting oxpecker bird on his horn, voiced by Lewis Black.
37 11 "Lie, Cheetah, Steal / An Inconvenient Goof" Lie, Cheetah, Steal: Mitch Larson
An Inconvenient Goof: Tom Sheppard
Lie, Cheetah, Steal: Chong Suk Lee
An Inconvenient Goof: Brett Varon
May 2, 2008

Lie, Cheetah, Steal: A cheetah takes jurisdiction of Coach Gills' job. Adam and Jake persuade Gills to get it back through a contest.


An Inconvenient Goof: When the Polar Wing of CDMS starts to melt due to the effects of global warming, the entire school becomes flooded.
38 12 "The Frog Principal / Meet the Spidermonkeys" The Frog Principal: Tom Sheppard
Meet the Spidermonkeys: Brett Varon
The Frog Principal: Ian Wasseluk
Meet the Spidermonkeys: Brett Varon
May 9, 2008

The Frog Principal: Adam's new cologne literally attracts all the girls, (animal girls that is) but when it falls into the wrong hands, Principal Pixiefrog gets kissed and is turned into a human.


Meet the Spidermonkeys: Jake decides to take Adam to the zoo after school so he can meet Jake's parents.
39 13 "The Butt of the Jake / Shark Fin Soupy" The Butt of the Jake: Tom Sheppard
Shark Fin Soupy: Mitch Larson
The Butt of the Jake: Carl Faruolo
Shark Fin Soupy: Chris Savino
May 16, 2008

The Butt of the Jake: Jake's obsession for looking at his own butt goes too far.


Shark Fin Soupy: Because of the Duck Boys Mulligans' misbehaving antics, Bull Sharkowski's water headphones fall off and end up in possession of Soupy the Basking Shark.

Season 4 (2008–2009)[edit]

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40 1 "The Hyena and the Mighty / Oh Henry" The Hyena and the Mighty: Kevin Hopps and Howie Perry
Oh Henry: Mitch Larson
The Hyena and the Mighty: Howie Perry
Oh Henry: Kevin Kaliher
December 3, 2008

The Hyena and the Mighty: Adam hurts a hyena named Rufus's feelings, causing his laughing habits to come to an end.


Oh Henry: Henry moving back to Greenland, which CDMS protests.
41 2 "My Feral Lyon/ A Mid Semester Life's Dream" My Feral Lyon: Tom Sheppard
A Mid Semester Life's Dream: Brett Varon
My Feral Lyon: Ian Wasseluk
A Mid Semester Life's Dream: Brett Varon
December 10, 2008

My Feral Lyon: Adam joins an after-school club for tough feral cats.


A Mid Semester Life's Dream: Adam and the CDMSkids try to help Miss Chameleon overcome stage fright.
42 3 "The Ivy League / Robo Frog 3000" Ivy League: Mitch Larson
Robo Frog 3000: Tom Sheppard
Ivy League: Chris Savino
Robo Frog 3000: Carl Faruolo
December 17, 2008

Ivy League: In a familiar clerical mixup, Jake gets transferred to Creeping Broad-Leaf Sedge Middle School, a school for plants.


Robo Frog 3000: Principal Pixiefrog is replaced by a robot, and eventually the entire faculty is replaced by robots.
43 4 "The Notorious Windsor Gorilla / Ingrid Through the Out Door" The Notorious Windsor Gorilla: Mitch Larson
Ingrid Through the Out Door: Tom Sheppard
The Notorious Windsor Gorilla: Howie Perry
Ingrid Through the Out Door: Nate Cash
December 24, 2008

The Notorious Windsor Gorilla: Windsor starts to find fame when Adam makes a painting of him.


Ingrid Through the Out Door: After going through a growth spurt, Ingrid feels that she is too tall for the halls and is sent to high school.
44 5 "Glazed and Confused" Mitch Larson Chris Savino and Carl Faruolo January 14, 2009 (2009-01-14)
The gang goes to Hawaii for spring break while the faculty stays at school to welcome migrating birds.
45 6 "Hygiene Hijinks / Mandrill of the House" Hygiene Hijinks: Mitch Larson
Mandrill of the House: Tom Sheppard
Hygiene Hijinks: Ian Wasseluk
Mandrill of the House: Brett Varon
January 21, 2009

Hygiene Hijinks: When Virgil "Bull" Sharkowski comes to Charles Darwin after an orthodontist appointment, Adam and Jake notice some changes. Bull's braces are gone, and his personality has completely changed. Now he's no longer bullying other students and wants to give helpful advice to others.
Note: predator makes a cameo appearance in this episode.


Mandrill of the House: Windsor feels both threatened and creeped out by the fact that his single mom is dating Mr. Mandrill! Despite Mr. Mandrill's attempts to reach Windsor and show him how much they have in common.
46 7 "Synch or Swim / Lyon's Anatomy" Synch or Swim: Todd Garfield
Lyon's Anatomy: Mitch Larson
Synch or Swim: Chris Savino
Lyon's Anatomy: Carl Faruolo
January 28, 2009 (2009-01-28)

Synch or Swim: Jake's plan to join the school's swimming team ends badly.


Lyon's Anatomy: After a secret is out about Nurse Gazelle, Principal Pixiefrog becomes the school's nurse.
47 8 "Human Behavior / Four Eyed Jake" Human Behavior: Tom Sheppard
Four Eyed Jake: Mitch Larson
Human Behavior: Howie Perry
Four Eyed Jake: Cindy Morrow
February 18, 2009 (2009-02-18)

Human Behavior: Today is mid-terms at Charles Darwin Middle School, and Adam actually manages to pass all his tests with flying colors. But all the studying and preparation he had to do for the tests has put a strain on Adam's brain, and now he can't stop acting wild!


Four Eyed Jake: Adam discovers that Jake has bad eyesight and knows that his friend needs to get his condition treated right away!
48 9 "Where in the World Are Adam's Parents? / Mountain Dude" Where in the World are Adam's Parents?: Tom Sheppard
Mountain Dude: Mitch Larson
Where in the World are Adam's Parents?: Ian Wasseluk
Mountain Dude: Brett Varon
February 25, 2009 (2009-02-25)

Where in the World are Adam's Parents?: Jake, Windsor, and Slips believe Adam ate his parents, causing them to form a stakeout.


Mountain Dude: Mr. Mandrill believes the kids are losing interest in life and decides to exite them with an extreme mountain goat, but Jake goes crazy and starts to think he's a goat.
49 10 "A Very Special Boy / Knights of the Multiplication Table" A Very Special Boy: Tom Sheppard
Knights of the Multiplication Table: Mitch Larson
A Very Special Boy: Chris Savino
Knights of the Multiplication Table: Carl Faruolo
April 5, 2009 (2009-04-05)

A Very Special Boy: Adam tries to get his "Special" status at school removed.


Knights of the Multiplication Table: Phineas daydreams that he is a knight trying to save Lady Warthog from Jake Spidermonkey.
50 11 "Wild Thing / Lonely Lyon" Wild Thing: Tom Sheppard
Lonely Lyon: Mitch Larson
Wild Thing: Howie Perry
Lonely Lyon: Cindy Morrow
April 12, 2009 (2009-04-12)

Wild Thing: A human girl raised by possums attends Charles Darwin Middle School.


Lonely Lyon: The students try to act more human when they fear Adam might leave the school.
51 12 "A Whole Zoo World" Tom Sheppard Howie Perry and Ian Wasseluk July 27, 2008 (2008-07-27)
Adam trains to be a zookeeper over the summer, but he soon discovers that his friends resent those in his profession.
Note: This episode was the original series finale.
52 13 "A Thanksgiving Carol" Mitch Larson Chris Savino and Carl Faruolo November 27, 2008 (2008-11-27)
The night before Thanksgiving, Adam is visited by three ghosts (parodying A Christmas Carol) to help him understand why his friends hate the holiday. At first Adam thinks the animals hate Thanksgiving because people eat turkeys, but it turns out they hate it because of the parades. Series Finale

Shorts (2006–2008)[edit]

Title Original air date Production code
"The Note" September 9, 2006 (2006-09-09) S01
Jake keeps trying to pass a note to Adam. Then, Adam gets caught holding Jake's note and takes the blame and Mr.Blowhole writes a letter to Adam Lyon in detention.
"Cafeteria Duty" September 16, 2006 (2006-09-16) S02
Adam and Jake are sentenced to cafeteria duty for accidentally lighting a stick of dynamite.
"Bathroom Break" September 23, 2006 (2006-09-23) S03
During class, Adam struggles to find a bathroom to use, but Mr. Hornbill tells him to wait until the bell rings.
"I Got Rhythm" September 30, 2006 (2006-09-30) S04
Instead of dodgeball class, the students are assigned to dance. As Adam starts to dance, he attracts all the females in the class (who mistake his moves for a mating ritual). Adam attempts to flee unsuccessfully as the girls in class amorously pursue and tackle him.
"Clam-mercial" October 10, 2006 (2006-10-10) S05
Dickie Sugarjumper advertises a new trinket called "Pocket Clam." Everyone wants to get one, Adam however thinks they're all worthless.
"Bullroar" October 17, 2006 (2006-10-17) S06
Bull goes head-to-head against Henry for the title of #1 Grandson, but loses and is given the title of #2 Grandson.
"Photo Phobia" October 24, 2006 (2006-10-24) S07
It's the Charles Darwin Middle School's Picture Day and everybody has to be smiling for the camera, because Principal Pixiefrog takes pictures during the hall school day.
"Lunchtime Blues" October 31, 2006 (2006-10-31) S08
When Adam's place at the lunch table is occupied by Bull Sharkowski, he must find himself another place to sit.
"All-Nighter" January 18, 2007 (2007-01-18) S09
Adam and Jake try to stay up all night to pass the test in hibernation class.
"Not So Good Will" January 20, 2007 (2007-01-20) S10
Jake and friends try to remake Adam's locker to be banana-themed. But when Adam opens his locker, it turns out to just have a banana in it.
Note: This is an obvious spoof of Extreme Makeover: Home Edition.
"Fresh Brewed" February 8, 2007 (2007-02-08) S11
Mr. Hornbill starts to give everybody detention when he doesn't get his cup of swamp-muck coffee.
"Help Not Wanted" February 15, 2008 (2008-02-15) S12
Mr. Mandrill discovers that the students don't need his guidance. He tries to create problems for them, but only ends up creating a big problem for himself.
"Adam's Penguin Poem" February 22, 2008 (2008-02-22) S13
It is Animal Punned Poem day and After Adam said the Penguin is mightier than the Swordfish, everyone laughs uproariously with the Penguins while the Swordfish plan to clobber Adam.

Film (2007)[edit]

Title Directed by Written by Storyboarded by Original air date
"The Big Field Trip" Timothy Cahill Tom Sheppard Chong Suk Lee, Brett Varon, William Reiss, and Sherm Cohen January 14, 2007 (2007-01-14)
Adam joins his friends for their annual field trip, but disaster strikes when the bus crashes, and members of the group are lost in the woods and unable to find their way home.

Special (2008)[edit]

Title Directed by Written by Storyboarded by Original air date
"Animal School Musical" Timothy Cahill Tom Sheppard Brett Varon and Ian Wasseluk May 25, 2008 (2008-05-25)
In a satire of the "High School Musical" craze of the time, Jake’s wish to live in a real, live musical comes true after he knocks the wish granting fish, David Coppertrout, out of the Central Stream. He soon realizes that he can't sing and doesn't have rhythm. He wants to take back his wish, but he can't until he gets musically talented.
Note 1: The name is a play on the aforementioned film and some of the characters featured in this episode are possibly spoofs from it.
Note 2: This special is also dedicated to the memory of the late actor Robert Goulet.