Littlest Pet Shop (1995 TV series)

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Littlest Pet Shop
Country of origin United States
No. of seasons 1
No. of episodes 40
Production company(s) Sunbow Entertainment
C&D
AB Productions
Distributor Claster Television
Broadcast
Original channel Syndication
Original run 1995 (1995) – 1996 (1996)

Littlest Pet Shop is an American syndicated animated television series based on the Littlest Pet Shop toys released by then Hasbro subsidiary Kenner Products at that time. The show was broadcast from 1995 to 1996 and was produced by Sunbow Entertainment which have produced animated television series and films linked to Hasbro's properties. It follows the lives of five miniature animals who live in a pet shop on Littlest Lane and have their own treehouse inside of the store.

Episodes[edit]

# Episode title U.S. Airdate
1 "What Do You Mean Little? / No Starch Please" 1995
2 "Frogs! / The Closet Eater" 1995
  • Three frogs Slimy, Warts and Fat come to the pet shot, but are pretty gross to the animals.
  • Stu spoils his diet and almost becomes a meal for the lizard Kowalski.
3 "Chet, The Dream Horse / Going Bananas" 1995
4 "Squeaks in Space / Are You My Mumsy?" 1995
  • Squeaks is held prisoner on a banana planet, the other animals coming to his rescue.
5 "Scaredy Dog / Littlest Pit Stop" 1995
6 "Treasure of Sierra Pet Shop / Really Big" 1995
7 "The Bully Bugs / The Littlest Whodunit" 1995
8 "The Itch to Be Rich / Mechanical Madness" 1995
9 "Inmate Rookie / A Game of Cat and Mouse and Dog" 1995
10 "Baby! / Littlest Pet Detective" 1995
11 "Belly of the Beast / Cops and Robbers and Pets, Oh My!" 1995
12 "The Deadly Derby / Return to Sender" 1995
13 "Attack of the Manwolf / My Fair Hamster" 1995
14 "Black-Out / Don't Rain on My Banana" 1995
15 "Do Not Solve Until Christmas / A Gift of Gab" 1995
16 "For the Love of Lovas / Obedience School" 1995
17 "Hamster-Lympics / King Squeaks" 1995
18 "Frankenstu / Wanted: Squeaks" 1995
19 "The Black Cat / Bunny Beat" 1995
20 "Travels With My Mumsy / The Best Things in Life Are Flea" 1995
21 "Littlest Pet Shop of Biggest Horrors / The Jungle Novella" 1995
22 "The Rotten Apple / Nothing Up My Sleeve" 1995
23 "Curse of the Mumsy / Whenever Lola Laughs" 1995
24 "Squeaks' Sibling Rivalry / Slinging Fur" 1995
25 "Kowalski and Juliet / Mind Over Monkey" 1995
26 "They Came From Beyond The Dumpster / Lonesome Chet" 1995
27 "Squeaks On A Stick / The Bug House" 1995
28 "My Fair Rookie / Farewell, Delilah" 1995
29 "Stu Man and Super Squeaks / The Bugs in the Wall Gang" 1995
30 "Night of the Elwood / Drained" 1995
31 "It's a Wonderful Hat / This Old Treehouse" 1995
32 "Informercial Superflyway / Dream Vacation" 1995
33 "The Mighty Clucks / Little Junior" 1995
34 "Wrecking Havoc / Chet Goes Hollywood" 1995
35 "The Young And The Vetless / Chloe Tells All" 1995
36 "Encino Mammoth / When in ROM" 1995
37 "Chloe's Evil Twin / The Magnificent Pets" 1995
38 "The Perils of Bernice / Delilah's Bell" 1995
39 "Who Scrooged McRude? / Too Many Birds" 1995
40 "Witness Protection Pup / Eleven Minutes of Fame" 1995

Home Media release[edit]

In 1996, Family Home Entertainment released the show on four VHS cassettes. The Christmas video entitled Don't Not Solve Until Christmas (which contains "Do Not Solve Until Christmas" and "Who Scrooged McRude?") was released as part of the Family Home Entertainment Christmas Classics series. As of May 9, 2014, plans for a DVD release of the series are yet to be announced.

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