List of Pac-Man and the Ghostly Adventures episodes
|First aired||Last aired|
|1||26 ||June 15, 2013||November 9, 2013|
|2||26 ||June 9, 2014||2015|
Season 1 (2013)
|Title||Directed by||Written by||Original air date||U.S. viewers
|1||1||"The Adventure Begins (Part 1)"||Moto Sakakibara||Tom Ruegger & Paul Rugg||June 15, 2013|
|It has been many years since the ghost wars and no one except for Pac believes in Ghosts anymore. But when Pac opens a portal from the Netherworld, Ghosts come into Pac-World. Pac meets President Spheros, who tells him each berry will give him a different power, but they all allow him to defeat ghosts. It also keeps the planet alive so they must protect it. The Ghosts try to take the Tree of Life, but Pac eats most of them and the last ones (consisting of Blinky, Inky, Pinky, and Clyde) surrender. They think they won until they find out the Ghosts have the Tree of Life.|
|2||2||"The Adventure Begins (Part 2)"||Moto Sakakibara||Tom Ruegger & Paul Rugg||June 15, 2013|
|Pac, his friends, and the Ghosts who surrendered sneak into the Netherworld to take back the Tree of Life. It turns out to be a trap, but Pinky thinks Pac has a crush on her. At first he denies it, but his friends tell him to say yes. When he does, he and his friends are let out. The Ghost Gang pretends to be outsmarted, while Pac and his friends escape with the Tree of Life.|
|3||3||"No Pets Allowed....Especially Monsters! (Part 1)"||Moto Sakakibara||Sean Catherine Derek||June 19, 2013|
|When Betrayus can't defeat Pac (now given the title Pac-Man), he clones a bunch of monsters to create an army that Pac can't eat. Inky, Blinky, Pinky, and Clyde warn him and he uses the berries against the monsters. But one monster saves him when he runs out of berries and they want to keep as a pet but there's only one problem: no pets are allowed in the dorm.|
|4||4||"No Pets Allowed....Especially Monsters! (Part 2)"||Moto Sakakibara||Sean Catherine Derek||June 20, 2013|
|Dr. Buttocks creates a machine that makes giant monsters, but Pac uses a berry to make him giant too. He defeats one monster, but there is still one left and the berry wears off. Just then Sir Cumference comes with a shrink ray and Pac goes into the monster's mouth to shrink it. Meanwhile, the pet is too much so they give it to Sir Cumference.|
|5||5||"All You Can Eat"||Moto Sakakibara||Dennis Haley & Marcy Brown||June 21, 2013|
|Betrayus finds out Pac-Man's weakness is food. So Betrayus forces Inky, Blinky, Pinky, and Clyde to make Pac too full to eat ghosts. When the ghosts steal too much food, President Spheros limits him to three meals a day, but Betrayus makes him eat Netherworld food. He gets full and ghosts attack, but Clyde burps him and he eats the Ghosts. Back in the Netherworld, there is no more food and Betrayus must deal with an angry Fluffy.|
|6||6||"President Possessed!"||Moto Sakakibara||Len Uhley||June 24, 2013|
|When Ghosts attack President Spheros, Dr. Buttocks possesses him as part of Betrayus' plot to find the repository that is holding Betrayus' body. Pac-Man and his friends go to see Sir Cumference and get a Paco-Strobo-Cacophonater. The possessed President Spheros makes everyone hate Pac-Man and Pac finds out he's been possessed. He makes Pac give him the berries, but it is actually the Paco-Strobo-Cacophonater which gets Dr. Buttocks out of President Spheros' body.|
|7||7||"Is Zit You Or Is Zit Me?"||Moto Sakakibara||Ken Pontac||June 25, 2013|
|Pac has a huge zit just before picture day and the more stressed he gets, the more zits he gets. So Betrayus gets Ghosts to stress him out. When they attack him, he tries a shrink berry only for him to accidentally eat a balloon berry. He realizes his friends don't care how he looks, so he just eats the insulting ghosts. Meanwhile, Sir Cumference looks for the portal to the Netherworld, but the ghosts get in the way but Pac defeats them and seals the portal with his zits. And because of his paint allergy, it was Skeebo who had the zits on picture day instead of Pac.|
|8||8||"Pac to the Future"||Moto Sakakibara||Glenn Leopold||June 26, 2013|
|President Spheros is throwing a party and Pac wishes his parents are there. Betrayus plans an attack on Indepacdence Day. Pac decides to see Sir Cumference and he makes a super-fast vehicle that ends up taking them back in time. He meets his parents and himself as a baby. He can't tell his parents who he is. He meets Sir Cumference in the past and has to get him some parts to fix the machine, but is also asked to babysit himself which he has a hard time with. His friends get the parts and he finds out Butt-ler has been spying on them. Just before he goes back, his parents find out who he is. Once he's back, he and his friends defeat the ghosts.|
|9||9||"Heebo-Skeebo"||Moto Sakakibara||Bob Forward||June 27, 2013|
|Kingpin Obtuse is spying on Pac-Man for Betrayus and calls for an invitation but Inky, Blinky, Pinky and Clyde are just playing tricks on the citizens. Skeebo wants Pac-Man's berries so he could be a hero. Betrayus wants the power berries too, so Kingpin Obtuse and Skeebo team up but Skeebo can't get the power berries and gives up. Betrayus gets Ghosts as a distraction and Kingpin Obtuse gets Skeebo back and he takes the berries but keeps them all for himself. Skeebo uses the berries for showing off even though he can't eat Ghosts. Kingpin Obtuse makes him take on Betrayus and Pac has to rescue him. Dr. Buttocks captures Skeebo and takes his power berries but Skeebo ate them all. Pac-Man saves Skeebo, but Skeebo still hates him and leaves. The next morning, there is an article on in the paper on how Skeebo isn't a hero upon him cowering before Betrayus.|
|10||10||"Mission ImPacable!"||Moto Sakakibara||Jymn Magon||June 28, 2013|
|When Pac eats all the food he sees, he decides he needs better self-control. Dr. Buttocks has different ideas and invents a chip to control Pac-Man. Pac goes to see Sir Conference about his eating and he tells him it's all in his head and next time he wants to eat, just say no. Betrayus wants Pac to eat the ghost with the chip but Pac tries using his new self-control on him. Betrayus has to put the Ghost in his mouth. Betrayus starts playing around with Pac-Man and his friends think he's resisting his temptation. Inky, Blinky, Pinky, and Clyde find out Dr. Buttocks wants to control Pac-Man too, but Betrayus won't let him. Inky, Blinky, Pinky and Clyde tell him. He needs a berry but Betrayus makes him destroy the Berries and he needs to go to the tree of life, but instead, he and his friends sneak in with Pac-Man blind folded and Betrayus thinks he's asleep. So he goes to sleep too. Unfortunately, Pac wakes him up. He tries attacking Pac with Fluffy, but his friends tie Fluffy to a bungee cord. Pac burps out the chip and it lands on Betrayus and Dr. Buttocks finally gets the remote.|
|11||11||"Nobody Knows"||Moto Sakakibara||Dennis Haley & Marcy Brown||July 1, 2013|
|Betrayus puts spy bugs everywhere to spy on President Spheros and to find the repository. He calls Pac-Man to guard it while Sir Cumference moves it. Betrayus gets mad at Inky, Blinky, Pinky and Clyde but gets a note and finds the repository. He sends out the Creepies. Inky, Blinky, Pinky and Clyde tell him and he says he'll try to get their bodies back. The Creepies have the repository by the time Pac gets there, and they take it into the maze. Pac and the Creepies fight over the repository, but they lose it and Inky, Blinky, Pinky and Clyde get it and get a body. The Creepies take it through the portal. Inky, Blinky, Pinky and Clyde can't get along in one body so they come along to get the repository. The handle is broken off the repository so Betrayus sends the Creepies to find another way to open it. Pac and his friends find the repository but loses his berries and is caught by Betrayus. Inky, Blinky, Pinky and Clyde turn back into Ghosts and help Pac-Man. He creates all the ghosts and gets the repository. Sir Cumference takes the repository somewhere unknown before Inky, Blinky, Pinky and Clyde can get their bodies back. Meanwhile Betrayus has to deal with an angry mob of ghosts.|
|12||12||"Seems Like Old Times"||Moto Sakakibara||Glenn Leopold||July 2, 2013|
|Sir Cumference won't come out of his lab, locks it up and won't answer President Spheros' calls. Pac-Man goes to see why and finds out he's working on a top secret machine but needs slimetainium. Dr. Buttocks creates a machine to suck Pac-Man's brain. Sir Cumference says he's coming too. He says they need Cyclops Eye Goo. Pinky shows him the way to the sleeping cyclops, but Sir Cumference crashes and nearly falls off a cliff. He tries to get the eye goo, but wakes one up. They sound an alarm. A bunch of Ghosts attack them. They get away, but he thinks Pac-Man and his friends don't believe in him and so he goes back without them. Sir Cumference gets caught and Dr. Buttocks is about to brain-suck him but keeps on talking. Fuzbitz knocks it out of his hands and on to Betrayus. Dr. Buttocks and Buttler suck his brain. Pac-Man and his friends escape with the Eye Goo, and Sir Cumference proves he's still a fighter.|
|13||13||"Betrayus Turns The Heat Up"||Moto Sakakibara||Mark Young[disambiguation needed]||July 3, 2013|
|The people of PacWorld are starting to get scorching hot! When Sir Cumfrence creates a unsliming machine he tests it on the white house secretary. The machine backfires and the Secretary of Security is infuriated. Meanwhile, Lord Betrayus is causing the heat wave with Dr. Buttock's machine powered by the flames of three Pac-Dragons and makes it even hotter with a plan to make all the Pac-Worlders drowsy and want to sleep. Back in Pac-World, the Secretary of Security accuses Sir Cumfrence of causing the heat wave. He demands house arrest against Sir Cumfrence, but Pac and his friends help Sir Cumference escape. The heat wave is causing the Tree of Life to die and that means all the power out of the berries are going too. The group then figure out that Betrayus was behind it all. Inky, Blinky, Pinky and Clyde finish off the mystery. Since the Power Berries are dead, Spiral and Cylindria cannot go with Pac-Man. Pac-Man goes with the Blinky, Inky, Pinky, and Clyde and they spot Dr. Buttocks who Pac eats and burps out his eyes. Pac then confuses three Pac-Dragons which makes causes them to destroy the furnace. Pac returns to Pac-World and President Spheros fires the Secretary of Security and Buttocks deals with some angry Pac-Dragons.|
|14||14||"Pac-Pong Fever"||Moto Sakakibara||Eric Shaw||July 5, 2013|
|Pac and Spiral compete for the Paclympics. Cylindria finds out Pac's aunt is Spheria Suprema, a great Pac-Pong player. The only one who came close to beating her was Betrayus who says she cheated. Now, he demands a rematch. Spheria challenges Pac, Spiral and Cylindria to a game of Pac-Pong. When Betrayus demands a rematch, Spheria accepts so Betrayus has to get into shape. Sir Cumference helps Spheria by creating a machine...which she beats. Betrayus makes Dr. Buttocks and Butt-ler work out instead of him. The match is held in the netherworld, and Butt-ler helps Betrayus cheat. When that doesn't work, he uses distractions. Pac eats the ghosts helping Betrayus, and Spheria wins. Spheria begins training Pac and his friends for the next Paclympics.|
|15||15||"Driver's Pac"||Moto Sakakibara||Dennis Haley & Marcy Brown||July 22, 2013|
Pac-Man is getting ready to take his drivers test and is telling Spiral and Cylindria that he is confident because he practiced with his Aunt Spheria. He fails the test because of a suspicious shaking in the ground. Pac-Man and his friends go to the lab where Sir Cumference and Aunt Spheria are working on Pac's ride. In the Netherworld, it is revealed that Betrayus is drilling a hole into PacWorld.Guest star: Mark Oliver as Mr. Strictler
|16||16||"Jinxed"||Moto Sakakibara||Michael Maurer||July 23, 2013|
|Betrayus enlists the aid of a lovesick witch named Madame Ghoulasha in giving the Pac-Man bad luck with a jinx. Meanwhile, Dr. Buttocks is suspicious that the Ghost Gang is aiding Pac-Man. So he has them bugged with a device, thus preventing from telling Pacster about Betrayus' latest scheme. Yet the Ghost Gang got around it by showing boards with words instead of actually saying them. Then Betrayus breaks the deal when he refused to marry Madame Ghoulasha so the curse was reversed and Pac had good luck instead.|
|17||17||"Indiana Pac and the Temple of Slime"||Moto Sakakibara||Ken Pontac||August 31, 2013|
|An ancient artifact that once belonging to Pac-Man's parents leads to a temple within a maze that may hold the secret to the Tree of Life.|
|18||18||"Planet Pac vs. the Ghosteroid"||Moto Sakakibara||Ken Pontac||September 14, 2013||0.24|
|In an attempt to save PacWorld from a giant Ghosteroid that is lured in by Dr. Buttocks, Pac-Man must grow to planet-sized proportions. When the Netherworld is also threatened by the Ghosteroid, Betrayus sends the Ghost Gang to help Pac-Man.|
|19||19||"Stand By Your Pac-Man"||Moto Sakakibara||Steve Granat & Cydne Clark (story)
Sean Catherine Derek (teleplay)
|September 21, 2013||0.29|
|Pinky gets jealous of Pac-Man's friendship with Cylindria on ValenPac Day. Meanwhile, Betrayus summons the Pacinator, the criminal who got rid of all of the Yellow Ones (except Pac-Man), to freeze Pac-Man with his frozen yogurt gun that freezes anyone who consumes it. During that time, Pac-Man learns that the Pacinator had gotten rid of the Yellow Ones under the orders of someone he claims is more evil than Betrayus.|
|20||20||"PacLantis"||Moto Sakakibara||Dennis Haley & Marcy Brown||September 28, 2013||0.35|
|When Dr. Buttocks acquires a map leading to the ancient lost city of PacLantis, Pac, Cyli and Spiral voyage to the bottom of the sea to try and beat Butt-ler, Buttocks, Betrayus, and the Ghost Gang, and retrieve the legendary power Berry of Youth.|
|21||21||"Jurassic Pac"||Moto Sakakibara||Ken Pontac||October 5, 2013||0.45|
|When Fuzbitz unearths a Pacosaurus Pex skeleton, Dr. Buttocks, along with his doppelgangers, clone and reanimate the fossilized creatures back to life. In order to save Pac-world and the Round House, Pac must eat an Elder Berry to stop them but it also causes him to become wild.|
|22||22||"A Berry Scary Night"||Moto Sakakibara||Sean Catherine Derek & Glenn Leopold||October 12, 2013||0.30|
|The two moons of PacWorld turn blue every 100 Halloweens, so Betrayus summons the sinister Pac-Vampire named Count Pacula to drain the last Yellow One in PacWorld.|
|23||23||"The Great Chase!"||Moto Sakakibara||Jymn Magon||October 19, 2013||0.35|
|Betrayus tries to learn the secret location of the Repository, so he possesses his mother's body while Dr. Buttocks hypnotizes the president.|
|24||24||"Robo Woes"||Moto Sakakibara||Ken Pontac||October 26, 2013||0.31|
|When a super gigantic robot from outer space invades Pacopolis wielding a weapon that renders the power berries powerless, Pac-Man faces the ultimate challenge and nearly succumbs to doubts that without the berries, he is not really a hero.|
|25||25||"The Spy Who Slimed Me"||Moto Sakakibara||Dennis Haley & Marcy Brown||November 2, 2013||0.36|
|Pac must get help from an unexpected source when a spy ghost named Specter possesses Aunt Spheria's dog and infiltrates Sir Cumference's lab, but Specter, however, has plans of his own, when Pac and his friends found out Specter is a rebel who wants both Pac-World and the Netherworld for himself, they exposed him as a liar and a traitor by using a slug-cam.|
|26||26||"Invasion of the Pointy Heads"||Moto Sakakibara||Ken Pontac||November 9, 2013||0.47|
|With the aid of the Pac-Aliens, Apex strikes a deal with the Netherworld to join forces to take over Pac-World. Yet when Apex turns against Betrayus to take over Pac-World for himself and give everyone the virus and no working hospitals, Pac-Man must work with Betrayus to stop the Pac-Aliens before they take over Pac-World. In the End, Pac-Man discovers from Apex that his parents are still alive.|
Season 2 (2014-15)
|Title||Directed by||Written by||Original air date||U.S. viewers
|27||1||"Ride the Wild Pac-Topus"||Moto Sakakibara||Dennis Haley & Marcy Brown||June 9, 2014|
|President Spheros asks Pac to guard a golden key but Dr. Buttocks rigs a ride at the carnival to get it from him but Skeebo rides it. He rigs more rides but they keep on backfiring. The Ghost Gang sneaks into the carnival to have their own fun.|
|28||2||"Meanie Genie"||Moto Sakakibara||Ken Pontac||June 10, 2014|
|Pac-Man is tricked into finding a bottle holding a genie who promises to grant his every wish, which leads to all of Pac World to in dangered by the ghosts, as Pac wished they were out of the netherworld, but the genie ends up putting the ghosts on Pac World before wreaking havoc.|
|29||3||"Cave Pac-Man"||Moto Sakakibara||Sean Catherine Derek||June 11, 2014|
|While trying to stop Mt. Packinely from erupting due to Dr. Buttock's Dragon Furnace Pacman uncovers a prehistoric Cave Pac-Kid.|
|30||4||"Cosmic Contest"||Moto Sakakibara||Ken Pontac||June 12, 2014|
|During a pointy head and ghost invasion, everyone gets frozen in individual force fields when a disembodied voice states that the ruckus has woken a powerful alien race called the Overlords of the Outer Reaches from a centuries long nap, and decides to settle the dispute once and for all. Three teams, Pac and Spiral, Dr. Buttocks and Betrayus, and Apex and Tip, a fellow pointy head will compete in a race through time and space, the winners will be allowed to remain on Pac World, the losers will be sent into a dimension of nothingness.|
|31||5||"That Smarts!"||Moto Sakakibara||Ken Pontac||June 16, 2014|
|Pac-Man eats a brainy berry when Dr. Buttocks attacks the city with a giant robot while Sir C is on vacation. Soon things escalate into an all-out giant robot battle. In a side story Betrayus spies on Sir C and Spheria on a romantic getaway and ends up depressing himself.|
|32||6||"Pac-Mania"||Moto Sakakibara||Dennis Haley & Marcy Brown||June 17, 2014|
|Pac-Man enjoys being a celebrity until a TV show being made about his life begins to make Pac, Cyli, and Spiral look like fools and Betrayus plans to use it for his own evil plans.|
|33||7||"Rip Van Packle"||Moto Sakakibara||Michael Maurer||June 23, 2014|
|While looking for his parents in space Pac-Man finds himself transported into the future where Betrayus rules Pacworld and bewitched all innocent lives except for Cylindria, Spiral and Sir Cumference. In the end, it is revealed that it was all just a dream.|
|34||8||"Spooka-Bazooka!"||Moto Sakakibara||Jymn Magon||June 24, 2014|
|Dr. Buttocks invents a weapon called the spookabazooka, a device which can be used to capture ghosts, and ends up putting a tired Pac-Man out of a job. But the device has one hidden feature: it plays an irresistible lullaby that puts its users to sleep for 100 minutes thus allowing Betrayus to invade Pacopolis. Can Pac-Man stop the ghosts while the entire world is asleep? Meanwhile, the narrator tells this story as Sleeping Beauty, which annoys Buttocks.|
|35||9||"The Pac Be With You"||Moto Sakakibara||Dennis Haley & Marcy Brown||June 30, 2014|
|Pac learns a new fighting technique from Blinky when the ultimate ninja ghost named Master Goo trains Betrayus' army.|
|36||10||"The Shadow of the Were-Pac"||Moto Sakakibara||Ken Pontac||October 8, 2014|
|President Spheros decides to throw the spookiest Halloween party ever, but a series of mysterious Were-Pac attacks threaten the event.|
|37||11||"A Hard Dazed Knight"||Moto Sakakibara||Jymn Magon||October 15, 2014|
|When Dr. Buttocks coats some ancient armor with his newly invented Buttanium, he creates a ghost army that not even Pac-Man can chew through, with Sir Cumference's help, he manages to break a hole in the armor so Pac can suck the ghosts into his mouth.|
|38||12||"Cap'n Banshee and his Interstellar Buccaneers"||Moto Sakakibara||Ken Pontac||October 16, 2014|
|A summer sky cruise takes a turn for the worse when Pac and his pals are confronted by spectral ghost pirates.|
|39||13||"Happy Holidays and a Merry Berry Day"||Moto Sakakibara||Ken Pontac & Sean Catherine Derek||December 2, 2014||0.25|
|Pac's parents go on a "top-secret" mission who surprise him with a visit for the holidays. Pac has to hide them from his friends, who eventually become suspicious that something is wrong.|
|40||14||"Peace Without Slime"||Moto Sakakibara||January 31, 2015(Japan)|
|41||15||"The Ghost Behind the Throne"||February 7, 2015(Japan)|
|42||16||"Nerd is the World"||February 14, 2015(Japan)|
|43||17||"The Bride of Grinder"||Moto Sakakibara||February 21, 2015(Japan)|
|44||18||"The Legend of Creepy Hollow"||March 7, 2015(Japan)|
|45||19||"Easter Egg Island !"||February 28, 2015(Japan)|
|46||20||"The Wizard of Odd"||March 14, 2015(Japan)|
|47||21||"Indiana Pac and the Dentures of Doom"||March 21, 2015(Japan)|
|48||22||"Honey, I Digitized the Pac-Man"||March 28, 2015(Japan)|
|49||23||"Pac's Very Scary Halloween (Part 1)"||April 4, 2015(Japan)|
|50||24||"Pac's Very Scary Halloween (Part 2)"||April 11, 2015(Japan)|
|51||25||"Santa Pac"||April 18, 2015(Japan)|
|52||26||"New Girl in Town"||April 25, 2015(Japan)|
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