Johnny Test (season 6)

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Johnny Test (season 6)
Johnny Test, Season 6, Part 1 cover art.jpg
Cover art of the iTunes volume
Country of origin
No. of episodes 26
Release
Original channel
Original release April 23, 2013 – December 25, 2014
Season chronology
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List of Johnny Test episodes

The sixth and final season of the American animated television series Johnny Test originally aired on Cartoon Network in the United States. The season was announced by Teletoon on June 12, 2012, consisting of 26 episodes, with two segments each.[1] In the United States, the season premiered on Boomerang on April 2, 2013 and on Cartoon Network on April 23.[2] In Canada, it began airing on September 4, 2013 on Teletoon.[3]

Reception[edit]

Ratings[edit]

According to Nielsen Media Research, numerous episodes of the season ranked first among the network's targeted demographic of boys aged 2–11, 6–11 and 9–14: "Smooth Talking Johnny" on June 11, 2013;[4][5] "Road Trip Johnny" on January 21, 2014;[6][7] and "Johnny's Junky Trunk" on March 4, 2014.[8][9] The 2013 premieres of "Johnny's Head in the Clouds" on July 16,[10][11] "Johnny's #1 Fan" on May 14 and "Johnny Unplugged" on November 13 all ranked first for boys aged 6–11 and 9–14,[12][13][14][15] while the premiere of "Crash Test Johnny" on February 25, 2014 only ranked first among boys aged 9–14.[16][17]

Home media[edit]

The season has been made available for digital download through the iTunes Store, with the first of a two-part volume consisting of 13 episodes released on September 4, 2013.[18]

Accolades[edit]

Writer Ethan Banville was nominated for a WGC Screenwriting Award by the Writers Guild of Canada in 2014 for his episode "Stop in the Name of Johnny". The ceremony was hosted at the Telus Centre for Performance and Learning's Koerner Hall.[19]

Episodes[edit]

Johnny Test season 6 episodes
No. in
series
No. in
season
Title Directed by Written by Storyboarded by Original air date[20] U.S. viewers
(in millions)
92a 1a "Johnny on the Clock"[nb 1] John Lei Nathan Knetchel Dave Pemberton April 23, 2013 (2013-04-23) 1.60[21]
Johnny hopes to extend summer vacation with Susan and Mary's time-stopping watch.
92b 1b "Johnny X-Factor"[nb 1] John Lei Scott Fellows Steve Whitehouse April 30, 2013 (2013-04-30) 1.06[22]
Johnny X battles Boy Drone X.
93a 2a "Johnny Vets Dukey"[nb 2] John Lei Keith Wagner Paul Schibli May 7, 2013 (2013-05-07) 1.16[23]
Johnny chases Dukey, who refuses to go to the vet.
93b 2b "Johnny's #1 Fan"[nb 2] John Lei Rick Groel Kevin Currie May 14, 2013 (2013-05-14) 1.09[24]
Johnny takes on Dark Vegan with help from a fan.
94a 3a "How to Train Your Johnny"[nb 3] John Lei Neal Dusedau Kervin Faria May 21, 2013 (2013-05-21) 1.47[25]
Susan and Mary accidentally erase all of Johnny's memories when they were trying to help him forget the dreaded Cleaning Song. Now they have to restore Johnny's memory in time for Dad's Cleaning Day feast.
94b 3b "Johnny and Clyde"[nb 3] John Lei Nick Confalone Dave Pemberton May 28, 2013 (2013-05-28) 1.39[26]
Susan and Mary's orangutan becomes a crook after watching old movies with Johnny.
95a 4a "Johnny's Super Massive Kart Wheelies 7"[nb 4] John Lei Mark Fellows Katie Shanahan June 4, 2013 (2013-06-04) 1.53[27]
Johnny, Dukey, Susan, Mary, Gil, The General, Mr. Black, Mr. White, Bling-Bling, Mr. Mittens, and Albert race super awesome video game go carts to see who wins.
95b 4b "Smooth Talkin' Johnny"[nb 4] John Lei Marcy Brown and Dennis Haley Dmitri Kostic June 11, 2013 (2013-06-11) 1.57[28]
Johnny swipes the girls' voice-replicating invention and ends up turning them against each other.
96a 5a "Johnny and the Beanstalk"[nb 5] John Lei Dan Serafin Greg Hill June 18, 2013 (2013-06-18) 1.27[29]
A giant cereal stalk takes Johnny, Dukey and the girls on a magical adventure.
96b 5b "Johnny and Bling Bling Bond Bond"[nb 5] John Lei Keith Wagner Steve Whitehouse June 25, 2013 (2013-06-25) 1.15[30]
Johnny tries to teach the grounded Bling-Bling how to be a regular kid after Bling-Bling's mom wanted him to learn about "the value of a dollar" by taking away all of his money for a week because of an accident that involved a giant robot and a disgruntled badger. Johnny later gets himself grounded by ruining Hugh's meatloaf by "mastering the art of clog dancing on meat".
97a 6a "Johnny's Got Talent"[nb 6] John Lei Brad Birch (story),
and Sean Jara (teleplay)
Kevin Currie July 2, 2013 (2013-07-02) 1.47[31]
Johnny decides to take on ventriloquism for a talent contest.
97b 6b "Johnny's Rough Around the Hedges"[nb 6] John Lei Rick Groel Kervin Faria July 9, 2013 (2013-07-09) 1.29[32]
Johnny and Bling Bling sculpt topiaries after their parents force them to take up less destructive hobbies.
98a 7a "Johnny's Head in the Clouds"[nb 7] John Lei Nathan Knetchel Dave Pemberton July 16, 2013 (2013-07-16) 1.00[33]
The General puts Johnny and his friends under house arrest when an awesome air show heads into town.
98b 7b "Stop in the Name of Johnny"[nb 7] John Lei Ethan Banville Paul Schibli and Jun Nasayao July 23, 2013 (2013-07-23) 1.48[34]
Johnny becomes the new hall monitor of the school.
99a 8a "Johnny Opposite"[nb 8] John Lei Marcy Brown and Dennis Haley Joanne Rice and Paul Riley July 30, 2013 (2013-07-30) 0.99[35]
Johnny steals Susan and Mary's generator and makes his family do the opposite of what they're doing.
99b 8b "Johnny on the Job"[nb 8] John Lei Neal Dusedau (story),
and Dan Serafin (teleplay)
Katie Shanahan August 13, 2013 (2013-08-13) 1.31[36]
Johnny's dad thinks he's not needed in the house so he decides to get a job. When nobody hires him, Susan and Mary make a fake office for their dad to work in.
100a 9a "Johnny's 100th Episode"[nb 9] John Lei Scott Fellows Steve Whitehouse August 20, 2013 (2013-08-20) 1.34[37]
The girls test their new fantasy spray on Johnny which makes him go into a coma. The girls and Johnny's friends must revive him back to reality.
100b 9b "Johnny's Next Episode"[nb 9] John Lei Scott Fellows Steve Whitehouse August 27, 2013 (2013-08-27) 1.22[38]
Following the events in the previous episode, Bling-Bling sprays Susan and Mary's fantasy spray that turns all of the Johnny Test characters into fairy tale characters.
101a 10a "Johnny's Supreme Theme"[nb 10] John Lei Derek Dressler Kevin Currie September 3, 2013 (2013-09-03) 1.23[39]
Real life becomes a movie after Johnny and Dukey get their hands and paws on the girls' latest invention.
101b 10b "Past and Present Johnny"[nb 10] John Lei Neal Dusedau (story),
and Dan Serafin (teleplay)
Kervin Faria September 11, 2013 (2013-09-11) 1.17[40]
Johnny and Dukey visit the 1980s to get to the bottom of a video-game mystery.
102a 11a "The Sands of Johnny"[nb 11] John Lei Keith Wagner Mo Sherwood September 18, 2013 (2013-09-18) 1.34[41]
Sissy and Johnny face off in a sandcastle battle.
102b 11b "Abominable Johnny"[nb 11] John Lei Doug Lieblich Dave Pemberton September 25, 2013 (2013-09-25) 1.29[42]
Johnny and Dukey locate the Abominable Snowman during a ski vacation.
103a 12a "Johnny vs. The Dukenator"[nb 12] John Lei Aaron Barnett Steve Evangelatos October 2, 2013 (2013-10-02) 1.09[43]
Johnny must rescue Dukey, who falls under the control of a dog-spa owner.
103b 12b "Johnny's Petting Zoo Posse"[nb 12] John Lei Sean Jara Katie Shanahan October 9, 2013 (2013-10-09) 1.18[44]
Johnny and his friends take on Mr. Mittens when he turns them, the girls, the general and Black and White into petting zoo animals as part of his latest evil plan.
104a 13a "The Johnny Who Saved Halloween"[nb 13] John Lei Rick Groel Greg Hill October 16, 2013 (2013-10-16) 1.16[45]
Johnny and his friends enter a Halloween contest in hopes of winning a big candy prize.
104b 13b "Johnny's Zombie Bomb"[nb 13] John Lei Nick Confalone Steve Whitehouse October 23, 2013 (2013-10-23) 1.45[46]
A love potion goes haywire and turns people into kissing zombies.
105a 14a "Johnny's New Super Mega Villain"[nb 14] John Lei Ethan Banville Kevin Currie October 30, 2013 (2013-10-30) 0.98[47]
Johnny must stop a new villain who arrives in Porkbelly, seeking to steal high-tech devices from everyone.
105b 14b "Johnny in Charge"[nb 14] John Lei Sean Jara Kervin Faria November 6, 2013 (2013-11-06) 1.13[48]
Johnny is allowed to stay home alone and must prove he's responsible.
106a 15a "Johnny Unplugged"[nb 15] John Lei Mark Fellows Mo Sherwood November 13, 2013 (2013-11-13) 1.20[49]
Johnny taps his video-game skills to save the family during a perilous hiking trip.
106b 15b "Johnny's Monster Mash"[nb 15] John Lei Dan Serafin Dave Pemberton November 20, 2013 (2013-11-20) 1.19[50]
Monsters created by the girls' experiments take aim at Porkbelly.
107a 16a "Johnny's Chipmunk Chit Chat"[nb 16] John Lei Rick Groel Steve Evangelatos December 4, 2013 (2013-12-04) 1.33[51]
Johnny borrows a new invention from the girls that lets him talk to animals. But he accidentally encouraged all the Chipmunks in Porkbelly to take over the world!
107b 16b "A Picture's Worth 1000 Johnnies"[nb 16] John Lei Keith Wagner Katie Shanahan January 8, 2014 (2014-01-08) 1.22[52]
Chaos erupts at the mall when the Tests try to pose for a family portrait.
108a 17a "Dial J for Johnny"[nb 17] John Lei Derek Dressler Greg Hill January 15, 2014 (2014-01-15) 1.24[53]
Johnny and Dukey prank call historical figures using the girls' time machine.
108b 17b "Road Trip Johnny"[nb 17] John Lei Ethan Banville Steve Whitehouse January 21, 2014 (2014-01-21) 1.09[54]
The Test family take a road trip to Upchuck Geysers.
109a 18a "Code Crackin' Johnny"[nb 18] John Lei Keith Wagner Kervin Faria January 28, 2014 (2014-01-28) 1.19[55]
Johnny and Dukey cheat their way to victory in the Red Gush contest.
109b 18b "Johnny Goes Viral"[nb 18] John Lei Nick Confalone Kevin Currie February 4, 2014 (2014-02-04) 1.24[56]
Johnny has unlimited knowledge after the girls insert a computer chip into his brain.
110a 19a "FrankenJohnny"[nb 19] John Lei Keith Wagner Dave Pemberton February 11, 2014 (2014-02-11) 1.48[57]
Johnny and Bling-Bling fall apart after an accident with the particle accelerator.
110b 19b "Johnny Express"[nb 19] John Lei Ethan Banville Mo Sherwood February 18, 2014 (2014-02-18) 1.33[58]
Johnny runs into trouble delivering a package for the girls.
111a 20a "Crash Test Johnny"[nb 20] John Lei Derek Dressler Brian Wong February 25, 2014 (2014-02-25) 1.33[59]
Johnny quits as the girls' test subject and quickly regrets his decision.
111b 20b "Johnny's Junky Trunk"[nb 20] John Lei Sean Jara John Flagg March 4, 2014 (2014-03-04) 1.42[60]
Hugh donates Johnny's toys to charity – without asking Johnny!
112a 21a "Super Johnny Action Federation" John Lei Ethan Banville Greg Hill March 11, 2014 (2014-03-11) 1.23[61]
The gang acquire super powers and compete to see who is the best super hero.
112b 21b "Gil-Stopping Johnny"[nb 21] John Lei Rick Groel Steve Whitehouse April 23, 2014 (2014-04-23) 1.29[62]
Johnny goes to extreme measures to prevent Gil from moving so Susan and Mary will continue their experiments.
113a 22a "Johnny with a Chance of Meatloaf"[nb 22] John Lei Keith Wagner Kevin Currie April 30, 2014 (2014-04-30) 1.24[63]
Johnny and his sisters make a vow to end Dad's meatloaf madness. Dad's gone Meatloaf mad and the kids plot to put a stop to his meatloaf making. But when they unleash a giant Meatloaf Monster, they end up in the food fight of their lives!
113b 22b "It's Easter, Johnny Test!"[nb 22] John Lei Dan Serafin Kervin Faria April 9, 2014 (2014-04-09) 0.95[64]
Johnny must save Easter from the annual Easter-egg hunt ruined by Dark Vegan.
114a 23a "Future Johnny"[nb 23] John Lei Derek Dressler Mo Sherwood May 14, 2014 (2014-05-14)
N/A
Johnny meets his future self. NOTE: This is the first episode since "The Quantum of Johnny" where Susan and Mary did not appear at all.
114b 23b "Dukey See, Johnny Do"[65][nb 23] John Lei Sean Jara (story),
and Derek Dressler (teleplay)
Dave Pemberton December 25, 2014 (2014-12-25)
N/A
Johnny temporarily loses his sight.
115a 24a "Hair's Johnny"[66][nb 24] John Lei Sean Jara (story),
and Keith Wagner (teleplay)
Dan Nosella December 25, 2014 (2014-12-25)
N/A
Johnny is accidentally turned into a gassy werewolf.
115b 24b "Johnny's Hungry Games"[66][nb 24] John Lei Nathan Knetchel (story),
and Josh Hamilton (teleplay)
Kervin Faria December 25, 2014 (2014-12-25)
N/A
All of the pizza in Porkbelly goes missing.
116a 25a "Tiny Johnny"[67][nb 25] John Lei Dan Serafin Greg Hill December 25, 2014 (2014-12-25)
N/A
The girls shrink Johnny and Dukey in order to try to catch a mouse.
116b 25b "Johnny Goes Gaming"[67][nb 25] John Lei Scott Fellows (story),
and Derek Dressler (teleplay)
Kevin Currie December 25, 2014 (2014-12-25)
N/A
Johnny and Dukey get trapped inside a virtual video game.
117a 26a "The Last Flight of Johnny X"[68][nb 26] John Lei Keith Wagner Steve Whitehouse December 25, 2014 (2014-12-25)
N/A
After Porkbelly is attacked by the 100th monster, The General suspends all super-hero activity!
117b 26b "Johnny's Last Chapter"[68][nb 26] John Lei Nathan Knetchel Dave Pemberton December 25, 2014 (2014-12-25)
N/A
In the series finale, Johnny and Dukey are sucked into a history book while learning about the history of Porkbelly.


Notes[edit]

  1. ^ a b This episode first aired on April 2, 2013 on Boomerang.
  2. ^ a b This episode first aired on April 5, 2013 on Boomerang.
  3. ^ a b This episode first aired on April 8, 2013 on Boomerang.
  4. ^ a b This episode first aired on April 18, 2013 on Boomerang.
  5. ^ a b This episode first aired on April 24, 2013 on Boomerang.
  6. ^ a b This episode first aired on April 30, 2013 on Boomerang.
  7. ^ a b This episode first aired on May 7, 2013 on Boomerang.
  8. ^ a b This episode first aired on May 16, 2013 on Boomerang.
  9. ^ a b This episode first aired on May 20, 2013 on Boomerang.
  10. ^ a b This episode first aired on May 29, 2013 on Boomerang.
  11. ^ a b This episode first aired on August 6, 2013 on Boomerang.
  12. ^ a b This episode first aired on August 12, 2013 on Boomerang.
  13. ^ a b This episode first aired on August 9, 2013 on Boomerang.
  14. ^ a b This episode first aired on August 15, 2013 on Boomerang.
  15. ^ a b This episode first aired on August 21, 2013 on Boomerang.
  16. ^ a b This episode first aired on August 26, 2013 on Boomerang.
  17. ^ a b This episode first aired on November 4, 2013 on Boomerang.
  18. ^ a b This episode first aired on November 6, 2013 on Boomerang.
  19. ^ a b This episode first aired on November 11, 2013 on Boomerang.
  20. ^ a b This episode first aired on November 14, 2013 on Boomerang.
  21. ^ This episode first aired on November 20, 2013 on Boomerang.
  22. ^ a b This episode first aired on November 22, 2013 on Boomerang.
  23. ^ a b This episode first aired on December 3, 2013 on Boomerang.
  24. ^ a b This episode first aired on December 9, 2013 on Boomerang.
  25. ^ a b This episode first aired on December 12, 2013 on Boomerang.
  26. ^ a b This episode first aired on December 18, 2013 on Boomerang.

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