List of Secret Mountain Fort Awesome episodes

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Secret Mountain Fort Awesome is an American animated television series based on the cartoon short Uncle Grandpa created by Peter Browngardt. The series aired on Cartoon Network in August 1, 2011, and produced 26 episodes over two seasons.

The final 8 season 2 episodes moved to iTunes on March 8, 2012.

Series overview[edit]

Secret Mountain Fort Awesome series overview
Season Episodes Originally aired
Season premiere Season finale
Pilot 2008
1 10 August 1, 2011 December 16, 2011
2 16 December 30, 2011 March 29, 2012 (iTunes)


Pilot (2008)[edit]

The pilot "Uncle Grandpa" was the first animated short green-lit into two series: Secret Mountain Fort Awesome and Uncle Grandpa.

Secret Mountain Fort Awesome pilot
Title Written and storyboarded by Original air date Production
"Uncle Grandpa" Peter Browngardt 2008 100
A strange man who is the uncle and grandfather of everyone in the world must do battle with a gang of mutants, after an attempt to build a supercomputer to gain the appreciation and love of his favorite nephew goes awry.

Season 1 (2011)[edit]

Secret Mountain Fort Awesome season 1 episodes
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Title Written and storyboarded by Original air date Production
1 1 "Teleport-A-Potty" Audie Harrison August 1, 2011 (2011-08-01) 102 1.815[1]
When Gweelok builds a teleport-a-potty, Festro and the monsters search for a place where pizza grows on trees. But when Festro went to go "boom boom" and flushed the teleport-a-potty, the monsters get stuck in another universe where they have to defeat an evil villain named Helmethead in order to reclaim the toilet of the land.
2 2 "Monster Cops" Clay Morrow, Chris Reccardi, Noel Belknap, and Brett Varon September 26, 2011 (2011-09-26) 101[2] 1.343[3]
The Disgustoids disguise themselves as cops so they can walk on the surface, but whilst The Fart wants to follow the duties of a cop, all Festro, Gweelok, Dingle, and Slog want to do is pump up the jams.
3 3 "Secret Mountain Fort Love" Clay Morrow, Noel Belknap, and Brett Varon October 3, 2011 (2011-10-03) 103[4] 1.580[5]
The Disgustoids are delighted when Secret Mountain Fort Awesome comes to life and starts wrecking havok on the surface world, but when Fort falls in love with another mountain, Festro tries to break up the relationship, but ends up having to repair his broken heart.
4 4 "The Bet" Mike Stern October 10, 2011 (2011-10-10) 202[4] 1.567[6]
The monsters bet Gweelok that if he used the Internet within 24 hours, he would have to stop using it at all times so he can hang out with them forever and ever.
5 5 "Nightmare Sauce" Audie Harrison October 17, 2011 (2011-10-17) 203[4] 1.355[7]
Gweelok invents a special sauce to help Festro get rid of his nightmares, but after Festro overdoses on the batch, it causes his bad dreams to run amok in the real world.
6 6 "What It Do, Nephew" Brett Varon November 4, 2011 (2011-11-04) 201[4] N/A
When Festro's nephews pay a visit to the fort, they turn out to be complete wimps, so the gang teaches them how to be "rude crude dudes with attitude", but their efforts go too far.
7 7 "The 6th Disgustoid" Audie Harrison November 11, 2011 (2011-11-11) 206[8] N/A
After giving all the gang's money to a deposed prince from Nawibawabi, Gweelok needs to find money to pay the fort rent. The Disgustoids try to find a new roommate, but it turns out that she is the prince from Nawibawabi.
8 8 "Secret Mountain Fart Awesome" Ian Jones-Quartey November 18, 2011 204[8] 0.970
The bros make 1,000 The Fart clones after looking through his diary of juicy secrets, so they try to get rid of them before the real Fart finds out.
9 9 "The Broken Chair" Mike Stern December 9, 2011 (2011-12-09) 207[9] N/A
When Festro's favourite chair is destroyed, he tries to find out who did it.
10 10 "7,002" (a.k.a. "'Secret' Mountain") Ian Jones-Quartey December 16, 2011 208[9] N/A
The Disgustoids discover that their newly repaired Megavision has the ability to see into the future.

Season 2 (2011–2012)[edit]

Secret Mountain Fort Awesome season 2 episodes
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Title Written and storyboarded by Original air date Production
11 1 "Party Slog" Chris Reccardi, Brett Varon, Clay Morrow, and Noel Belknap December 30, 2011 (2011-12-30) 104[9]
Every time the Disgustoids have a party, Slog turns into "Party Slog" which annoys the bros, but when trouble strikes they need him to do so.
12 2 "Road Trippin'" Greg Miller January 6, 2012 (2012-01-06) 205[9]
The Disgustoids go on a road trip.
13 3 "Dingle Come Home" Brett Varon January 13, 2012 (2012-01-13) 105[9]
When Dingle abandons his friends they try to get him to come home.
14 4 "Colonel Monster's Monster Time Pizza Palace" Audie Harrison January 20, 2012 (2012-01-20) 213[9]
When Festro finds out about a place called "Colonel Monster's Monster Time Pizza Palace" he goes there only to get trapped by the people who go there.
15 5 "President The Fart" Mike Stern January 27, 2012 (2012-01-27) 214[9]
The Fart is elected as the Disgustoids' new leader when everyone tires of being bossed around by Festro.
16 6 "Secret Mountain Uncle Grandpa" Pete Browngardt and Audie Harrison February 3, 2012 (2012-02-03) 215[9]

Uncle Grandpa shows up at a lame birthday party and tries to make it cool.

Note: This is one of the Season 2 episodes of Secret Mountain Fort Awesome, but was another pilot for a new spin-off series called Uncle Grandpa.
17 7 "Festro Gets Glasses" Stephen DeStefano February 10, 2012 (2012-02-10) 209[10]
Festro gets glasses so he can look smarter, but he thinks wearing glasses means "smort".
18 8 "Funstro" Greg Miller and Chad Coyle February 17, 2012 (2012-02-17) 107[10]

Festro experiences a personality change after getting an aching tooth pulled out.

Guest star: Dee Snider as The Tooth Fairy.
19 9 "Labyrinth" Ian Jones-Quartey March 8, 2012 (2012-03-08) (iTunes) 216[10]
When Gweelok wishes that Jerry, the Goblin King, would come take his annoying friends away, he realizes how much he misses them and has to enter the twisted world of the Labyrinth to rescue them. This is the first time that Gweelok has legs for dancing.
20 10 "Gweelok Cracks" Brett Varon, Greg Miller, and Chris Reccardi March 8, 2012 (2012-03-08) (iTunes) 110[10]
Gweelok hits the big time and abandons the monsters when his inventions take off.
21 11 "Stealing the Sun" Greg Miller and Chad Coyle March 15, 2012 (2012-03-15) (iTunes) 108
When the Disgustoids steal the sun and bring it underground, all the elderly people follow.
22 12 "5 Disgustoids and a Baby" Pete Browngardt and Greg Miller March 15, 2012 (2012-03-15) (iTunes) 106
Festro learns the joys and horrors of parenting when Dingle steals Ham Sandwich (from Uncle Grandpa) and gives him to him for his birthday.
23 13 "Family Lies" Brett Varon March 22, 2012 (2012-03-22) (iTunes) 210
While travelling to Dingle's family reunion, numerous setbacks keep Dingle and The Fart from making it, until The Fart realizes that Dingle is sabotaging their trip.
24 14 "Wrestlemaniacs" Chris Reccardi and Audie Harrison March 22, 2012 (2012-03-22) (iTunes) 109
Festro and The Fart take up wrestling and become hugely popular, all in the name of a single french fry.
25 15 "Just for Kicks" Audie Harrison March 29, 2012 (2012-03-29) (iTunes) 211
Festro goes on a quest to Alaska for some Velcro shoes.
26 16 "Secret Mountain Fort Werebaby" Brett Varon March 29, 2012 (2012-03-29) (iTunes) 212
When a werebaby bites all of the Disgustoids but Slog, they start turning cute, so Slog must find a way to cure their affliction and make them disgusting again.


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