Grami is very hungry and sees a bird nest. He tries to get in the nest but the mother bird chases him away. He tries again, this time wearing a baby bird costume. A snake tries to attack the nest but Grami beats up the snake. The snake attacks again but Grami punches the snake away, but breaks an egg in the process. The mother bird and other baby birds beat Grami and throw him out of the nest.
"A Magic Box"
A magic box splits Nemo in half.
"A Merry Go Round"
Grami rides a strange merry-go-round.
Baboo joins the circus.
"A Rainy Day"
A thunderstorm causes big leaks under the big top.
The lions become gladiators.
"A Voodoo Doll"
Baboo stumbles across a voodoo doll.
Jack discovers that Sam has is very talented with throwing stars and starts a new show with him where Jack puts apples on his head and Sam aims at the apples without hurting Jack. Sam remembers all atrocities Jack committed on him and knowingly misses his target.
"Gomtang, the Courier"
A special delivery puts Nemo on edge.
Jack asks Grami to babysit.
The lions put on an ice skating show.
Imaginary instruments inspires real rock music.
"The Grim Reaper"
The Grim Reaper visits Jack but Jack is ready and starts beating Grim Reaper. Grami snatches the bone which is hanging around Grim Reaper's neck. Grim Reaper switches clothes with Nemo and Jack mistakenly beats Nemo up. The Grim Reaper takes Grami away instead of Jack.
"The Swan Lake"
The circus performs "Swan Lake."
A storm livens things up.
A legendary sword causes turmoil.
"A Match Boy"
Grami goes begging in the streets.
The circus gets a puppy, but she isn't as harmless as she looks.
Grami hides from his new admirer.
"A Horrible Vacation"
A vacation goes wrong.
Nancy becomes very rich.
Nemo finds a chameleon. The chameleon bites Nemo and he gets the colour changing power of chameleon. He plays tricks on his friends using his powers, but he can't control his instinct to eat a fly, gets caught and loses his powers. Others beat him up.
Stuart Heritage of The Guardian wrote, "I have to hold my hands up here and admit that I’m slightly obsessed with Grami’s Circus Show. I boggle at the audacity of it. It is so spectacularly inappropriate that watching it is like picking a scab. Watching it with a toddler, as I’ve done by accident, is like playing chicken with object permanence; it’s fun in the moment, but the second any of it sinks in is the moment we’re all screwed."
In 2014, the series won a Pulcinella award in the category of "TV Series for Teen", being the only Asian show to do so in that year. The show was also the in the official selections for the SICAF awards but didn't win.