||Original air date
||"No Way, Stowaways / The Ski Bunny / Stay Awake or Else..."
||6 September 1975
|*No Way, Stowaways (PC 80-03): Caught stowing away on a pirate ship, Tom and Jerry compete to become the ship's cabin boy and avoid being thrown overboard by Weirdbeard the Pirate.
- The Ski Bunny (PC 80-02): While skiing in the Swiss Alps, Tom and Jerry compete for the affections of a pretty female cat, and try not to get into trouble with Spike.
- Stay Awake or Else... (PC 80-01): After partying all night, circus roustabout Tom can't stay awake on the job; Jerry tries to keep him from being fired by the ringmaster.
||"No Bones About It / An Ill Wind / Beach Bully"
||13 September 1975
|*No Bones About It (PC 80-04): A dinosaur's toe bone is missing from the museum in which Tom and Jerry work; they see Spike carrying what they think is the missing bone, so they try to get it away from him.
- An Ill Wind (PC 80-05): An old traveler in the desert gives Tom and Jerry a map to a gold mine, to thank them for saving his life; the two of them fight over it, and also have to deal with outlaw Black Barney who wants it.
- Beach Bully (PC 80-06): Tom and Jerry's day at the beach is being interrupted by a macho cat who won't leave them alone; they get revenge in creative ways, and also get Spike involved.
||"Mammoth Manhunt / The Wacky World of Sports / Robin Ho Ho"
||20 September 1975
|* Mammoth Manhunt (PC 80-07): A baby woolly mammoth, revived after being frozen in ice, escapes from the explorer who'd thawed him out and who wants to display him for money; Tom and Jerry help the mammoth get home to Alaska while evading the greedy explorer.
- The Wacky World of Sports (PC 80-08): Tom and Jerry compete against each other in a decathlon; Tom uses a variety of underhanded tricks against Jerry which manage to work against Tom as well.
- Robin Ho Ho (PC 80-10): Tom and Jerry want to join Robin Ho Ho's band of Merry Men; after passing a few tests, including laughing and archery, the duo must pass the final test — stealing a red plume from the Sheriff of Nottingham's helmet. The title character is a parody of Robin Hood.
||"Safe But Not Sorry / Gopher Broke / The Super Bowler"
||27 September 1975
|* Safe But Not Sorry (PC 80-18): Tom and Jerry are hired to deliver a heavy safe to a house at the top of a steep hill (à la The Music Box); sabotaging their efforts is a mischievous puppy who lives in the house.
- Gopher Broke (PC 80-09): The vegetables in Tom and Jerry's garden are being devoured by a gopher, and all of their attempts to get rid of him fail to work.
- The Super Bowler (PC 80-11): Tom and Jerry compete against each other in the National Bowl-Off, and Tom resorts to a number of dirty tricks to win.
||"Tricky McTrout / The Tennis Menace / Cosmic Cat and Meteor Mouse"
||4 October 1975
|*Tricky McTrout (PC 80-20): Fishermen Tom and Jerry try to catch a crafty fish named Tricky McTrout, but everything they try just gets them into trouble with the park ranger.
- The Tennis Menace (PC 80-13): Tom and Jerry compete against each other in a tennis match, with Tom using a number of sneaky tricks.
- Cosmic Cat and Meteor Mouse (PC 80-15): Tom and Jerry try to watch their favorite television show, Cosmic Cat and Meteor Mouse, without waking Spike.
||"Castle Wiz / Grim and Bear It / The Flying Sorceress"
||11 October 1975
|*Castle Wiz (PC 80-14): Tom and Jerry are offered $20 to spend a night in a haunted castle.
- Grim and Bear It (PC 80-16): Fledgling forest rangers Tom and Jerry try to protect a mischievous bear cub from danger without invoking his mother's wrath.
- The Flying Sorceress (PC 80-19): A witch recruits Tom and Jerry to help her in her flying cauldron; first she has them dust crops (with a feather duster), then she runs a passenger service.
||"The Kitten Sitters / Termites Plus Two / Planet Pest"
||18 October 1975
|*The Kitten Sitters (PC 80-27): Tom and Jerry take in six abandoned kittens without Spike's knowledge, and the sight of a kitten who seems to be everywhere almost drives him crazy.
- Termites Plus Two (PC 80-21): Tom and Jerry try to stop a gang of termites (on tiny motorcycles) from destroying their house.
- Planet Pest (PC 80-24): A shape-changing space alien causes Tom, Jerry, and Spike to fight each other, and almost gives them a nervous breakdown.
||"The Hypochondriac Lion / Give 'Em the Air / The Egg and Tom and Jerry"
||25 October 1975
|*The Hypochondriac Lion (PC 80-23): A lion at the zoo has a splinter in his paw, and veterinarians Tom and Jerry are hired to remove it, even though the nervous lion isn't making it easy for them.
- Give 'Em the Air (PC 80-31): Tom and Jerry work together in an airplane race against the cheating Purple Baron.
- The Egg and Tom and Jerry (PC 80-34): When an egg falls out of an eagle's nest, the newly-hatched eaglet thinks Tom is its mother, while the mother eagle thinks Jerry is her eaglet.
||"Watch Out, Watch Dog / The Super Cyclists / The Police Kitten"
||1 November 1975
|*Watch Out, Watch Dog (PC 80-12): Spike is assigned as a night watchdog for a department store; he mistakes janitors Tom and Jerry for prowlers, and spends the night chasing them throughout the store.
- The Super Cyclists (PC 80-25): Tom and Jerry compete against each other in a cross-country motorcycle race.
- The Police Kitten (PC 80-28): Police officers Tom and Jerry are assigned to train Katy O'Kitty, a female feline rookie, by letting her ride with them; their resentment over this assignment is made worse by the fact that she's better at their job than they are.
||"The Outfoxed Fox / Towering Fiasco / The Lost Duckling"
||8 November 1975
|*The Outfoxed Fox (PC 80-30): A pushy fox hides out in Tom and Jerry's house from a pursuing hound.
||"Beanstalk Buddies / Two Stars Are Born / Son of Gopher Broke"
||15 November 1975
|*Beanstalk Buddies (PC 80-22): In this take on Jack and the Beanstalk, impoverished Tom and Jerry find themselves in a giant's castle in the sky, and try to evade a giant watchdog in order to get some food.
- Two Stars Are Born (PC 80-29): Tom and Jerry are hired as stuntmen in a movie in which Catman and Reubin (a takeoff of Batman and Robin) do battle with a giant space alien.
- Son of Gopher Broke (PC 80-39): In this sequel to "Gopher Broke," groundskeepers Tom and Jerry try to stop the gopher from ruining their wealthy employer's garden, and they create chaos in the process.
||"The Sorcerer's Apprentices / Hold That Pose / The Supercape Caper"
||22 November 1975
|*The Sorcerer's Apprentices (PC 80-26): Sapstone the Sorcerer, dissatisfied with his canine apprentice Manfred, recruits Tom and Jerry to be his new apprentices; upset about being replaced, Manfred challenges the duo to a duel with magic wands.
- Hold That Pose (PC 80-38): Safari photographers Tom and Jerry try to get a picture of the rare Pip Squaker bird, which has never been photographed before.
- The Supercape Caper (PC 80-42): Supercape, a Superman-like hero, has lost his courage; he "deputizes" Tom and Jerry, who help him take down a number of supervillains.
||"Chickenrella / Double Trouble Crow / Jerry's Nephew"
||27 November 1975
|*Chickenrella (PC 80-32): After falling asleep reading Cinderella, Tom and Jerry dream themselves into the story, helping Cindy and her blundering fairy godmother (who briefly turns the girl into a chicken, hence the title).
- Double Trouble Crow (PC 80-33): Corn farmers Tom and Jerry try to get rid of a crow who's intent on devouring their crops; it later turns out that they were dealing with a whole family of lookalike crows.
- Jerry's Nephew (PC 80-44): Jerry's nephew Dinky (who refers to both Tom and Jerry as his uncles) has come for a visit, and the duo are run ragged trying to keep him out of danger.
||"See Dr. Jackal and Hide / Planet of the Dogs / The Campout Cutup"
||29 November 1975
|*See Dr. Jackal and Hide (PC 80-35): Dr. Jackal is working on a formula to make short people tall, but when he tests it on himself, he transforms into a monster, causing his assistants Tom and Jerry to run for their lives. This cartoon is a spoof of Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde.
- Planet of the Dogs (PC 80-43): Running from Spike, Tom and Jerry find themselves on a NASA rocket headed for the planet Dogstar; the canine inhabitants of the planet are being brainwashed by a giant talking idol into believing that cats and mice are their enemies. This cartoon is a parody of Planet of the Apes.
- The Campout Cutup (PC 80-45): While camping, Tom and Jerry are bedeviled by a mosquito who resists their attempts to get rid of him.
||"Triple Trouble / The Bull Fighters / Cruise Kitty"
||6 December 1975
|*Triple Trouble (PC 80-36): Tom and Jerry try to chop down a tree for a log cabin, but the squirrel who lives in the tree convinces them not to; the three of them then have to contend with Spike, who's bulldozing trees to make room for a freeway.
- The Bull Fighters (PC 80-41): In Mexico, Tom and Jerry save the live of a bull called Toro the Terrible, who promises to be their friend for life; later, Tom finds himself being a bullfighter against Toro. At first Tom and Toro put on a show for the crowd, with neither actually hurting the other, but then Toro is replaced by a fiercer bull named El Rotteno.
- Cruise Kitty (PC 80-46): The captain of a cruise liner puts mascot Spike in charge of security, and Tom and Jerry are accidental stowaways on the ship; Spike keeps trying to call the captain's attention to them, but keeps failing to prove their presence.
||"It's No Picnic / Big Feet / The Great Motorboat Race"
||13 December 1975
|*It's No Picnic (PC 80-40): An ant who's accidentally been enlarged to human size escapes from a research laboratory, and invades Tom and Jerry's picnic, eating all the food and a baseball and bat.
- Big Feet (PC 80-47): Lumberjack Pierre LeChopp enlists Tom and Jerry to help him trap the elusive Big Feet (a takeoff of Bigfoot), who's been scaring away all his lumberjacks.
- The Great Motorboat Race (PC 80-48): Tom and Jerry work together to compete in a boat race. (This episode is followed by "Farewell, Sweet Mouse in 1980.")