List of Wow! Wow! Wubbzy! episodes
This is a list of episodes from the series ‘‘Wow! Wow! Wubbzy!’’. The series premiered on August 28, 2006, with the pilot episode, "A Tale of Tails / Special Delivery". A second season premiered on September 2, 2008, and ended February 21, 2010. Originally, there was going to be a third season on Fall 2010, but Bob Boyle ran out of ideas. So he decided to end the show after the second season ended.
As of April 2014, the show has aired 52 episodes, 2 movies and 1 special. Each episode contains a music video.
In UK and Australia, Season 1, Volumes 1–2 (Episodes 1–14, Episodes 15–26) was released as season DVD boxes, it was not released in the US.
Season 1: 2006–2008
- This season contains 26 episodes.
- This season begun production on February 7, 2005.
|#||Episode title||Original air date||Production code|
|1||"A Tale of Tails / Special Delivery"||August 28, 2006||101|
A Tale of Tails: Everyone refuses to play Kickety-Kickball with Wubbzy because of his long and bendy tail, but soon, after learning from his friends, he realizes his tail is kooky and cool!
Special Delivery: Wubbzy watches a package that belongs to Walden, who isn't home, and is really tempted to see what is inside it. Unfortunately, he opens it, finds out it is a train set, and soon, breaks it!
|2||"Widget's Wild Ride / Attack of the 50-Foot Fleegle"||August 28, 2006||104|
Widget's Wild Ride: It's the big Wuzzleburg Derby, and Wubbzy's car is run-down. So, Widget fixes it up with the right tools and makes it extravagant!
Attack of the 50-Foot Fleegle: Wubbzy adopts a fleegle and he feeds her candy instead of the right kinds of food, and it is a big problem – a literally big problem. The Fleegle grows to a massive size and causes destruction to Wuzzleburg!
|3||"Wubbzy in the Woods / A Little Help from Your Friends"||August 29, 2006||102|
Wubbzy in the Woods: Wubbzy gets lost on the way to the frog pond, feeling he doesn't need a map.
A Little Help from Your Friends: Wubbzy is tired of everyone always helping him, so he tries baking Doodleberry Cake by himself. Unfortunately, he adds too much baking powder and soon a huge cake wave forms!
|4||"Goo Goo Grief / Perfecto Party"||August 30, 2006||103|
Goo Goo Grief: Walden finds a strange elephant-like creature on his lawn, who likes his Hoopty-Horn.
Perfecto Party: Walden wants to make a marshmallow lasagna for Wubbzy’s birthday, but marshmallows aren't in season. Note: This will be (in production order) the first appearance of Buggy, Huggy, and Earl.
Note: On DirecTV and other cable systems, "Perfecto Party" was first. But for real, "Goo Goo Grief" was first.
|5||"A Clean Sweep / Mr. Cool"||August 31, 2006||105|
A Clean Sweep: It’s cleanup day but Wubbzy doesn't think it's fun, so he procrastinates. Soon, his friends show them that cleaning up can be fun.
Mr. Cool: Walden wants to be cool in order to go to the Wuzzleburg boogie bash but he thinks he isn't.
Note: On DirecTV and other cable systems, "Mr. Cool" was first. But for real, "A Clean Sweep" was first.
|6||"Wuzzleburg Express / Gidget the Super Robot"||September 6, 2006||107|
Wuzzleburg Express: The gang is going on a picnic at Mount Zubba Bubba. Unfortunately, when the train goes berserk on the way to the mountain, Widget tries to make the Wuzzleburg Express work again.
Gidget the Super Robot: Widget is jealous when she thinks Wubbzy and Walden are spending more time with Gidget, her lookalike robot, than her.
Note: On DirecTV and other cable systems, "Gidget the Super Robot" was first. But for real, "Wuzzleburg Express" was first.
|7||"Gotta Dance / The Wubb Club"||September 5, 2006||106|
Gotta Dance: Widget wants to be a ballerina but she isn't that good. So, she cheats and creates a machine to help her dance.
The Wubb Club: Wubbzy creates a club and soon, Widget and Walden create a huge clubhouse for it. Problems arise when the beavers chew on its poles and make it a dangerous place!Note: The Wubb Club was destroyed in this episode, but appears unharmed in future episodes.
|8||"Eggs Over Easy / The Flight of the Flutterfly"||September 7, 2006||108|
Eggs Over Easy: It’s Easter at Wuzzleburg so Widget offers to help Wubbzy decorate the Easter Eggs with her new machine. Problems arise when the machine breaks!
The Flight of the Flutterfly: Wubbzy wants to keep a yellow Flutterfly with pink spots named Norm, so Widget builds a house for it.
|9||"Watch the Birdie / Wubbzy Tells a Whopper"||October 3, 2006||114|
Watch the Birdie: Wubbzy finds out that Birdy Bird has stolen some of his belongings for her nest.
Wubbzy Tells a Whopper: Wubbzy lies about a Growly Gus taking Widget’s Whammer-Hammer, but in reality, he accidentally broke it.Note: On DirecTV and other cable systems, the description says that Wubbzy lies about Growly Gus taking Widget's sandy-sander.
|10||"Warp Speed Wubbzy! / Wubbzy the Star"||October 17, 2006||109|
Warp Speed Wubbzy: Wubbzy and Widget dress up as spacemen after Walden sees a light that looks like a spaceship.
Wubbzy the Star: Wubbzy wants to be the star in Walden’s play. but no one can hear him because he doesn't speak loudly enough. Widget tries making an invention, but when it malfunctions, what will Wubbzy do in the play?
Note: in DirecTV and other cable systems, "Warp Speed Wubbzy!" is called "Take Us to Your Leader".
|11||"Who Needs School? / Magic Tricks"||October 19, 2006||111|
Who Needs School? Wubbzy is afraid to go to school after being convinced by Buggy, Huggy, and Earl that it is scary.
Magic Tricks: Wubbzy and his friends learn magic tricks from Moo-Moo, but Wubbzy is having a hard time doing tricks and he gets frustrated and feels like giving up, but he has to keep trying.
Note: On TV.com, "Magic Tricks" was first. But for real, "Who Needs School?" was first. It was corrected on DirecTV and other cable systems.
|12||"Monster Madness / The Last Leaf"||October 26, 2006||110|
Monster Madness: Wubbzy stays up late watching scary movies and believes he sees the monsters from the movies in real life.
The Last Leaf: Walden waits for the last leaf from the Figgity-Fig tree to fall. When Wubbzy and Widget come back they find Walden fast asleep. When the leaf falls Wubbzy and Widget try to catch it before Walden wakes up.
|13||"Wubbzy Bounces Back / Dash for Dolly"||November 15, 2006||113|
Wubbzy Bounces Back: It's the first day of spring but Wubbzy's kickety-kick ball has been deflated.
Dash for Dolly: Wubbzy wants to buy a Hammerin' Holly Dolly for Widget's birthday, but it is a rare find.
|14||"The Snow Shoo-Shoo / Pirate Treasure"||December 1, 2006||115|
The Snow Shoo-Shoo: Wubbzy, Widget and Walden search for the Snow Shoo-Shoo when they don't see it in its usual location on top of Mount Zubba Bubba.
Pirate Treasure: The gang finds a treasure map in a library book. After finding no treasure, they soon realize they found the best treasure, an adventure.
|15||"Escape from Dino Island / Widget Gets the Blooey Blues"||December 28, 2006||116|
Escape from Dino Island: Wubbzy wants to see the dinosaurs on Dino Island, but a Sillysaurus scares him.
Widget Gets the Blooey Blues: Widget’s new invention fails and she gets a bad case of depression.
Note: On DirecTV and other cable systems, "Widget Gets the Blooey Blues" was first. But for real, "Escape from Dino Island" was first.
|16||"The Grass is Always Plaider / Everything’s Coming Up Wubbzy"||January 29, 2007||112|
The Grass is Always Pladier: Wubbzy, Widget and Walden visit Plaidville after Wuzzleburg starts boring them, but when they go to Plaidville it starts boring them and they learn Wuzzleburg isn't a bad place after all!
Everything's Coming Up Wubbzy: Wubbzy wishes everyone was more like him so Widget creates a hypnotizing hat that causes town members to act just like Wubbzy!
|17||"Wubbzy’s Magical Mess-Up / Tea for Three"||February 1, 2007||119|
Wubbzy's Magical Mess-Up: Wubbzy takes care of Moo-Moo's magic shop but causes trouble when he gets the magic words wrong constantly!
Tea for Three: Wubbzy wants to throw a tea party with his friends but Walden insists it must be like his book says.
Note: The title card music sounds exactly the same as "Gotta Dance".
|18||"Come Spy with Me / Puddle Muddle"||February 2, 2007||120|
Come Spy with Me: After Walden acts suspicious, Wubbzy and Widget spy on him.
Puddle Muddle: It’s picture day, but Wubbzy just can’t keep getting mud on him! So, the three friends brainstorm creative solutions to Wubbzy's problem.
Note: On cable operators, the description incorrectly says that Widget and Walden spy on Wubbzy.
|19||"Mr. Valentine / Wubbzy in the Middle"||February 14, 2007||121|
Mr. Valentine (Valentine’s Day Special): Wubbzy delivers Valentines Day cards when the mailman is sick.
Wubbzy in the Middle: Widget and Walden stopped being friends after an accident with Walden's books and the machine Widget created to organize them, and Wubbzy tries to get them back together.
Note: The title card music sounds exactly the same as the ending of "Who Needs School?".
|20||"Mt. Fizzy Pop / Zoo Hullabaloo"||December 11, 2007||123|
Mt. Fizzy Pop: Mt. Fizzy Pop on Dino Island is about to erupt milky-milk on the town of Wuzzleburg, so Wubbzy, Widget, and Walden try to stop it.
Zoo Hullabaloo: Wubbzy watches some of the zoo animals while Widget fixes their cages, but the animals cause havoc in his house.
|21||"The Super Fixers / Fly Us to the Moon"||December 13, 2007||125|
The Super Fixers: Widget becomes obsessed with her favorite television show when she builds a television set, the Video-Tron 3000, that has thirty screens, so Wubbzy and Walden try to get her away from it by acting like the characters.
Fly Us to the Moon: Wubbzy, Widget and Walden wake up the Man on the Moon when he oversleeps and doesn't drive the moon across the sky.
|22||""O" Figgety-Fig Tree / Snow Day"||December 14, 2007||122|
"O" Figgety-Fig Tree (Christmas Special): Wubbzy, Widget and Walden decorate the Christmas figgety-fig tree
Snow Day (Winter Special): Wubbzy and Widget try to fix Walden’s polar bear sculpture when Wubbzy crashes his sled into it.
|23||"The Tired Tail / Wubbzy’s Big Idea"||February 29, 2008||126|
The Tired Tail: Wubbzy’s tail loses its bounce and has to rest it if he wants his tail to get better. Unfortunately he just can't stay off his tail!
Wubbzy's Big Idea: Wubbzy is tired of being small, and wants to be big. So, Widget builds an invention but things go wrong when Wubbzy gets too big.
|24||"Where’s My Wiggle-Wrench? / You Gotta Have Art"||April 4, 2008||117|
Where's My Wiggle-Wrench?: Widget loses not only her lucky Wiggle-Wrench, but her confidence as well. Unfortunately, it's right before the big building contest.
You Gotta Have Art: Wubbzy takes up painting, but can't find a good subject until he realizes his friends would be perfect for his first masterpiece.
|25||"Follow the Leader / The Wubbzy Shuffle"||May 9, 2008||124|
Follow the Leader: Baby Chirpees mistake Wubbzy for their mother because he's yellow and carries bumble-flower seeds, which the Chirpees eat.
The Wubbzy Shuffle: Wubbzy is tired of losing at games, so he cheats and uses Widget's special inventions to win.
Note: On TV.com, "The Wubbzy Shuffle" was first. But for real, "Follow the Leader" was first. It was corrected on DirecTV and some cable systems.
|26||"Broken Record / Walden on the Beach"||June 20, 2008||118|
Broken Record: Wubbzy wants to break a record and get a trophy but he keeps getting interrupted by people who need his help, and the people told Walden he really helped everyone and he gets the trophy for being the most helpful person in Wuzzleburg!
Walden on the Beach: Wubbzy, Widget and Walden go to the beach, but Walden won’t go in the water with his friends because of his fear of sinking as he really can't swim.
Season 2: 2008-2010
- The second and final season premiered on September 2, 2008 and ended on February 21, 2010.
- In "Who’s That Girl", "New Kid on the Block" and "What a Card", Widget and Walden do not appear. In the rest of the episodes, they appear.
- Daizy appeared in every episode of this season.
- On TV.com, "Run for Fun/Woozy Walden" is called an extra episode.
- This season begun production in 2007.
- Originally, the third season was going to be the final season, but since Bob Boyle ran out of ideas, he decided this season would the final season instead.
|Series #||Episode Title||Original Air Date||Production Code|
|27||"Who’s That Girl? / Wubbzy’s Big Move"||September 2, 2008||201|
Wubbzy makes a new friend, Daizy, who just moved into the neighborhood and wants to do girly activities with him. When a game of hide-and-seek unexpectedly takes Wubbzy to a kickety-kickball game, he realizes he misunderstood how to make good friends; This is the first time in season 2 you’re going see Widget and Walden. Daizy makes new friends, Widget and Walden. Wubbzy decides to move to the Wubb Club, but on his first day living in the Wubb Club, everything goes haywire.Note: First appearance of Daizy, a new main character.
|28||"Wubbzy and the Fire Engine / Too Much of a Doodle Thing"||September 3, 2008||203|
|Widget builds Wubbzy a Fire Engine. Later, when Chef Fritz is making a batch of pancakes on the top of a building, Wubbzy and Daizy mistake it for a fire to put out and Wubbzy gets stuck on top of the building, Daizy then gets out help from Walden, Widget, and the fire fighters. The wind picks up, the tower tilts, Wubbzy falls, but the fire fighters saved him just in time!; Wubbzy grows doodleberries, but soon he eats all the doodle berries in Wuzzleburg. Soon, he uses Daizy's grow spray to make more doodleberries...but soon they start spreading and growing like crazy!|
|29||"Wubbzy and the Sparkle Stone / Meet the Wuzzles"||September 4, 2008||202|
|Wubbzy, Widget and Walden take an adventure searching for Daizy’s lost glow-in-the-dark sparkle stone ring; Wubbzy, Widget and Walden rehearse for a dance party at the Wubb Club. Daizy wants to join but can’t play an instrument, but whenever she tries to tell Wubbzy what she can do, Wubbzy gives her lots of chores instead. When Wubbzy loses his voice after drinking all the lemonade, he and the others find Daizy, who can really sing. Daizy jumps in and became a lead singer of the band.|
|30||"Bye Bye Birdies / Call of the Mild"||September 5, 2008||204|
|When a flock of migrating La-Dee-Da Birds are drawn to the Wubb Club, Wubbzy and friends must find a way to draw them away before a snow storm hits; Wubbzy and Daizy find a uni-horn and Daizy wants to keep it as a pet.|
|31||"Tooth or Dare / Moo Moo’s Snoozity Snooze"||October 14, 2008||205|
Daizy loses a tooth, but the Tooth Fairy is on vacation to Gumdrop Mountain, so Wubbzy tries to fill in for her by dressing up as her and uses the WubbMobile to get to Daizy's house; Moo Moo walks in his sleep, casting magic spells all over Wuzzleburg. Problems arise when Walden rides away on a train and Widget's clock flies away!Note: This is the third time Widget sneezes. The first was "The Last Leaf". The second was "The Snow Shoo-Shoo". This is also the second time Widget is tickled because the first time she was tickled was in "Magic Tricks" The first time Wubbzy was tickled was in Wubbcast episode 7 so this is his second time as well.
|32||"Welcome to the Dollhouse / What Would Wubbzy Do?"||October 15, 2008||210|
|Wubbzy and Daizy use Widget’s Shrinky-Dinky 3000 so they can play in Daizy’s dollhouse but problems arise when they get lost; After Widget and Walden go on a metereological expedition Daizy gets Wubbzy to deliver her jars of doodleberry jelly.|
|33||"Wubbzy the Hero / The Nasty Nose"||October 16, 2008||211|
When Wubbzy plays chase with a dinosaur friend, the townspeople believe he has saved Wuzzleburg; Wubbzy gets a case of "nasty nose," where his nose gets all swollen and polka-dotted. Can he show up at the pool party with a disguise on his embarrassing nose?Note: The title card music looks exactly the same as "The Tired Tail".
|34||"Daizy’s Hair Salon / New Kid on the Block"||October 17, 2008||212|
|Daizy wants to have a hair salon, but everyone has their hair done somewhere else in Wuzzleburg, so she ends up doing the hair styles for animals; A new kid named Murphy moves to Wuzzleburg and has more Captain Wonderpants merchandise than Wubbzy, so Wubbzy gets jealous. In the end, Murphy becomes a new pal of Wubbzy.|
|35||"The Ghost of Wuzzleburg / March of the Pumpkins"||October 29, 2008||207|
|Wubbzy dressed up as a scary monster for Halloween, and scares everyone thinking he is a real monster; Wuzzleburg is having an autumn festival and Wubbzy and Daizy are very determined to win with their pumpkins.|
|36||"Great and Grumpy Holiday / The Super Special Gift"||December 5, 2008||213|
Wubbzy stops at nothing to get the perfect Christmas tree that is on old man Grumpus’ land; Wubbzy promises Daizy a super-special gift for Christmas, so he helps Santa deliver all the Christmas presents, including a rainbow for Daizy.Note: When Wubbzy is choosing a Christmas tree in A Great and Grumpy Holiday, Wubbzy passes the tree that Charlie Brown picked in A Charlie Brown Christmas, a 1960s special, and says the line, "Oh, good grief!".
|37||"Cupid’s Little Helper / My Speedy Valentine"||February 13, 2009||215|
|Wubbzy finds Cupid’s bubble wand causing everyone to fall in love with each other. There's a twist because he doesn't know it belongs to Cupid, so he ends up creating odd couples all over Wuzzleburg...including a love triangle with him, Daizy, and a great gray smellyphant; Wubbzy, Widget, Walden, and Daizy need to create valentines quickly so they can give them to all their friends at the Valentine's Day party.|
|38||"Daizy’s Favorite Place / Quiet Wubbzy"||February 23, 2009||214|
|Daizy takes her friends to the park for a picnic, but everyone believes the goats, Kickety-kick ball team, and marching band are ruining her picnic; Wubbzy finds a woogle bugle, but makes loud noise, so he can't play the Woogle Bugle. The Horrible Beasty Beast wants to scare everyone and eat Wuzzleburg, so Wubbzy can use the loud bugle to scare him away.|
|39||"Once Upon a Wubbzy / Big Birthday Mystery"||February 24, 2009||218|
|Daizy and Wubbzy accidentally ruin Widget’s pickleberry bush and then try to replace it before she finds out by visiting the forest; Wubbzy tries to solve a puzzling mystery by using his new detective kit when everybody disappears on his birthday.|
|40||"Hangin’ With Mr. Gummy / Wonder Wubbzy"||February 25, 2009||216|
Wubbzy breaks Mr. Gummy’s window and spends the day with him. He wants to play with his friends but soon learns to use his imagination; Wubbzy and Daizy play superheroes but believe they are not that super.Note: This is the first cameo appearance of Daizy, Widget, and Walden.
|41||"Hoop Dreamz / Daizy’s Purple Thumb"||February 26, 2009||217|
|Wubbzy befriends a professional hoopity hoop player named Jam-Jam James. When meeting Jam-Jam he feels he doesn't need his friends; Mayor Whoozle commissions Daizy to tend to the Wuzzleburg garden, but she thinks she lost her gardening skills with a purple thumb.|
|42||"Big Bunny Blues / The Flower Day Parade"||April 10, 2009||208|
|Easter Special: Easter is canceled, so Wubbzy and the gang go to Easter Egg Island and meet Easter Bunny, who is overweight and can't hop around to deliver the eggs; Wubbzy wants to contribute to the Flower Day Parade.|
|43||"Save the Wuzzly / All Bottled Up!"||April 22, 2009||206|
Wubbzy, Daizy, Widget, and Walden must find a new place for the Wuzzly bears to live when their bamboo-boo trees get cut down for a playground; It's hot in Wuzzleburg today. Everyone in Wuzzleburg tries the new juice called Fizz-ee Wizz-ee Juice instead of water, but soon when Wuzzleburg becomes a bottle-filled wasteland, Wubbzy, Daizy, Widget and Walden come up with creative ways to reuse the juice bottles.Note: The episode, Save the Wuzzly released on DVD on March 24, 2009 before it aired on television.
|44||"Wubb Girlz Rule! / Wuzzleburg Idol"||April 27, 2009||219|
|A popular girl group called the Wubb Girlz comes to Wuzzleburg. While Wubbzy shows them around, their fans, unfortunately, don't get to see them because they are having so much fun with their newest fan and friend, Wubbzy; The Wubb Girlz are hosting a talent competition. While everyone tries to act just like them for the competition, Wubbzy decides to just be himself while participating in the Wuzzleburg Idol competition. Guest star: Beyonce Knowles.|
|45||"Bye Bye Wuzzleburg / Wubbzy’s Wacky Journey"||April 28, 2009||220|
|Wubbzy confesses his fears about leaving Wuzzleburg; Walden refuses to let anyone stop at fun places along the drive to Wuzzlewood. Guest star: Beyonce Knowles.|
|46||"Wubbzy’s Big Makeover / The Big Wuzzlewood Concert"||April 29, 2009||222|
|Wubbzy tries to adjust to his new star image as a rapper named Wubb-Z; Wubbzy struggles with stage-fright when performing with the Wubb Girlz. Walden is hypnotized in this episode. Guest star: Beyonce Knowles.|
|47||"Lights, Camera, Wubbzy! / A Wubbstar is Born"||April 30, 2009||223|
|Wubbzy is offered a role in the new Wubb Girlz movie as a literal star; after becoming a movie star and starring in several movies, Wubbzy realizes that he misses his friends. Guest star: Beyonce Knowles.|
|48||"Ty Ty the Tool Guy / Happily Ever After"||December 14, 2009||221|
Our four friends are back in Wuzzleburg after going to Wuzzlewood. Ty Ty the Tool Guy (voice of Ty Pennington) helps the gang coordinate a house-rebuilding project for the Quacker family, but soon Wubbzy, Daizy, Widget and Walden bicker over their construction method; Widget builds a machine bringing a crazy and mischievous book character called the Hopping Dipple Dop to life, who causes havoc all around Wuzzleburg on a search for his cat.
|49||"What a Card / Too Many Wubbzys"||December 15, 2009||225|
Wubbzy and Daizy befriend Earl, who just got a rare footy-football card of Touchdown Tiki. They both want the Tiki card so they keep acting nice, but phonily, to Earl; Widget builds a machine where Wubbzy makes clones of himself. Unfortunately, the Wubbzy clones soon turn into wacky Wubbzy's with crazy quirks!Note: This is the third time Walden and Widget do not appear. The second and first was on "The New Kid On the Block" and "Who’s that Girl?"
|50||"Mr. Unlucky / Focus Wubbzy"||December 16, 2009||224|
|Wubbzy thinks a newfound penny will bring him good luck and he wants to go home, but then he walks under a ladder, and bad luck follows; Wubbzy tries to focus on doing a favor for the postman, but then he sees that his friends are in trouble and need his help.|
|51||"Rush Hour / Wubbzy’s Rainy Day‘‘‘"||December 17, 2009||226|
Wubbzy enters a Floaty Boats contest, but he builds his boat too quickly and it falls apart; rainy weather ruins the gang’s plans, so they devise some indoor games.
|52||"Run for Fun / Woozy Walden"||February 21, 2010||209|
Wubbzy and his friends compete in the Wuzzolympic Games. Everyone cheats except for Daizy, so she soon wins; Wubbzy and Daizy try to take care of Walden when he gets sick with "Chickenitis," a spoof of chicken pox where Walden can't help clucking like a chicken. Unfortunately, Wubbzy and Daizy misunderstand all of Walden's clucks and make him get worse!Note: This was a look-a-like 2008 Summer Olympics effect, which is a notable appearance of 2010 Winter Olympics. On TV.com, this episode is called an extra episode. Series Finale
TV films / specials
|Series #||Episode Title||Original Air Date||Prod.
|M1||"Wubbzy's Big Movie"||August 29, 2008||M1|
|When Wubbzy loses his memory, his friends need to solve this problem.|
|M2||"Wubb Idol"||May 1, 2009||M2|
Wubbzy’s journey begins once the Wubb Girlz come to town in this hour long special.Note: This hour-long special consists of episodes, "Wubb Girlz Rule!", "Wuzzleburg Idol", "Wubbzy’s Big Makeover", and "The Big Wuzzlewood Concert" (without music videos). Guest star: Beyonce Knowles.