List of Chowder episodes

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This is a list of episodes from the animated series Chowder, created by C.H. Greenblatt and aired on Cartoon Network. A total of 49 episodes composed of 58 segments were aired. The first season, which consists of 20 episodes, premiered November 2, 2007, with the series premiere entitled "The Froggy Apple Crumple Thumpkin/Chowder's Girlfriend", and ended on July 24, 2008, with the special episode "The Apprentice Games". The last episode, "Chowder Grows Up", aired on August 7, 2010.

Series overview[edit]

Chowder series overview
Season Episodes Segments Originally aired
First aired Last aired
1 20 38 November 2, 2007 (2007-11-02) July 24, 2008 (2008-07-24)
2 20 38 October 2, 2008 (2008-10-02) October 11, 2009 (2009-10-11)
3 9 17 October 29, 2009 (2009-10-29) August 7, 2010 (2010-08-07)

Episodes[edit]

Season 1 (2007–08)[edit]

This season consists of 20 episodes.[1]

No.
overall
No. in
season
Title Directed by Written by Storyboarded by Original air date Prod.
code
1a 1a "The Froggy Apple
Crumple Thumpkin"
Juli Hashiguchi C.H. Greenblatt C.H. Greenblatt November 2, 2007 (2007-11-02)[2] 102a
Chowder, Mung Daal, and Shnitzel make a "Froggy Apple Crumple Thumpkin" for a customer. They go through many dangerous steps to make it. The last one is to defeat it in a thumb wrestling match.
Note: This is the pilot episode.
1b 1b "Chowder's Girlfriend" Eddy Houchins C.H. Greenblatt and William Reiss William Reiss November 2, 2007 (2007-11-02)[2] 102b
A girl named Panini has a crush on Chowder, and he attempts to convince her that he isn't her boyfriend. Unfortunately for him, trying to do so only gets him kissed, at which point Gazpacho tells him that he must marry Panini (and needs to make an "honest woman" out of her).
2a 2a "Burple Nurples" Juli Hashiguchi C.H. Greenblatt and William Reiss William Reiss November 2, 2007 (2007-11-02)[2] 107a
When Chowder unwittingly puts rat poison in a dish, Mung must stop him from selling the tainted treats.
2b 2b "Shnitzel Makes a
Deposit"
Kris Sherwood C.H. Greenblatt C.H. Greenblatt November 2, 2007 (2007-11-02)[2] 107b
Shnitzel goes to deposit a paycheck at the bank, but Chowder (along with some other people) prevent him from doing so.
3a 3a "Grubble Gum" Shaun Cashman Danielle McCole, C.H. Greenblatt,
and Tom King
Tom King November 9, 2007 (2007-11-09)[2] 105a
When Chowder makes a big mistake of not sharing his gum with Truffles, his attempt to hide the mistake leads to a sticky mess of drastic proportions.
3b 3b "The Cinnamini
Monster"
Kris Sherwood C.H. Greenblatt, Michele McCole Moss,
and William Reiss
William Reiss November 9, 2007 (2007-11-09)[2] 105b
When Chowder shrinks down in size, and is then held captive in a tree that is home to a lonely monster, the others must beat the monster in a board game to set him free.
4a 4a "Certifrycation Class" Juli Hashiguchi C.H. Greenblatt, Clayton Morrow,
and Peter Browngardt
Clayton Morrow November 16, 2007 (2007-11-16)[2] 104a
When Mung is forced to spend a day in Certifrycation School to renew his cooking license, Mung must decide whether to stay true to his instincts or swallow his pride in order to pass the class.
4b 4b "The Sing Beans" Eddy Houchins C.H. Greenblatt and Alex Almaguer Alex Almaguer November 16, 2007 (2007-11-16)[2] 104b
In order to cook Sing Beans, a musical food, Chowder and the others must stay up during the night to watch the dish as it cooks. When Mung and Shnitzel fall asleep (due to Chowder telling an extremely boring joke in an attempt to pass the time), however, Chowder takes it upon himself to finish the process.
5a 5a "The Wrong Address" Eddy Houchins C.H. Greenblatt and Alex Almaguer Alex Almaguer November 23, 2007 (2007-11-23)[2] 106a
Chowder and Mung go to an unfamiliar part of Marzipan City to deliver a customer's order, a sentient Roast Most, but the place is dirty and somewhat crime-infested, resulting in a dangerous event in which a large rat, who seems to have malicious purposes, chases them.
5b 5b "The Wrong Customer" Eddy Houchins C.H. Greenblatt and Clayton Morrow Clayton Morrow November 23, 2007 (2007-11-23)[2] 106b
Set during the events of "The Wrong Address". While Chowder and Mung deliver the Roast Most, an unexpected outlaw (who seems to be blind and deaf) uses the catering company as a hideout, leaving Shnitzel to save Truffles' life. Truffles mistakes the outlaw for a customer, though, and criticizes Shnitzel for seeming to be reluctant to serve him. The police are supposed to enter the building and arrest the outlaw, but are too busy deciding who goes first.
6a 6a "Mahjongg Night" Shaun Cashman C.H. Greenblatt C.H. Greenblatt November 30, 2007 (2007-11-30)[2] 103a
Chowder attempts to eat a dish called Meviled Eggs, no matter what it takes, even if it means ruining Truffles' game night with her friends.
6b 6b "Stinky Love" Kris Sherwood C.H. Greenblatt and Tom King Tom King November 30, 2007 (2007-11-30)[2] 103b
Mung makes a Clabbage Cobbler, which Kimchi falls in love with. In order to retrieve the dish, Chowder goes up to the top of a building Kimchi escaped to and keeps the stink cloud company during the night.
7a 7a "The Thrice Cream
Man"
Juli Hashiguchi C.H. Greenblatt and Clayton Morrow Clayton Morrow December 7, 2007 (2007-12-07)[2] 101a
Mung tries to break Chowder's Thrice Cream obsession by creating a living Thrice Cream Man. However, when this plan works and Chowder becomes sick of the food, the Thrice Cream Man goes into a deep rage.[3]
7b 7b "The Flibber-Flabber
Diet"
Eddy Houchins C.H. Greenblatt, Alex Almaguer,
and William Reiss
Alex Almaguer and William Reiss December 7, 2007 (2007-12-07)[2] 101b
When Truffles believes that everyone in the catering company is overweight, she puts everyone on a strict diet, to the dismay of everyone (except Chowder).
8a 8a "Gazpacho Stands Up" Shaun Cashman C.H. Greenblatt and Tom King Tom King December 14, 2007 (2007-12-14)[2] 108a
Gazpacho has a stand-up comedy gig coming up soon, but he has no material for it. He asks Chowder to write down his jokes in a book, but problems occur when Chowder's handwriting is illegible to everyone.
8b 8b "A Taste of Marzipan" Eddy Houchins Kevin A. Kramer, C.H. Greenblatt,
and Alex Almaguer
Alex Almaguer December 14, 2007 (2007-12-14)[2] 108b
An all-out food war ensues when Mung and Endive clash after they realize they have made the same dish for Marzipan City's annual street fair.
9a 9a "The Puckerberry
Overlords"
Juli Hashiguchi Maxwell Atoms and C.H. Greenblatt Maxwell Atoms January 18, 2008 (2008-01-18)[2] 109a
Chowder eats an extremely sour piece of fruit and ends up having a bizarre journey within his mouth, with his wisdom tooth narrating the story.
9b 9b "The Elemelons" Kris Sherwood Michele McCole Moss, C.H. Greenblatt,
and William Reiss
William Reiss January 18, 2008 (2008-01-18)[2] 109b
When Truffles' behavior causes giant fruits called Elemelons to go on strike, Mung forces her to solve the problem by staying in their cage for a night.
10a 10a "At Your Service" Kris Sherwood Danielle McCole, C.H. Greenblatt,
and William Reiss
William Reiss May 1, 2008 (2008-05-01)[2] 112a
Mung and Chowder are forced to work for Ms. Endive in order to receive a rare fruit from her.
10b 10b "Chowder and Mr.
Fugu"
Shaun Cashman Danielle McCole, C.H. Greenblatt,
and Tom King
Tom King May 1, 2008 (2008-05-01)[2] 112b

Chowder must take a consumer on tour around Marzipan City, but to his dismay, Mr. Fugu can eat more than he does and doesn't get any of the food.

Guest stars: George Takei as Foie Gras, the "Lucky Cat".[4]
11a 11a "The Vacation" Eddy Houchins Kevin A. Kramer, C.H. Greenblatt,
and Clayton Morrow
Clayton Morrow June 5, 2008 (2008-06-05)[2] 113a
Chowder, Mung, and Shnitzel accidentally lock themselves in the bathroom when they are about to go on a vacation.
11b 11b "The Sleep Eater" Eddy Houchins Danielle McCole, C.H. Greenblatt,
and Peter Browngardt
Peter Browngardt June 5, 2008 (2008-06-05)[2] 113b
After he has a midnight snack, Chowder's internal clock goes haywire and he becomes a monster at night. Chowder must now survive an entire night without eating anything to become normal again.
12a 12a "Sniffleball" Shaun Cashman Danielle McCole, C.H. Greenblatt,
and Clayton Morrow
Clayton Morrow March 6, 2008 (2008-03-06)[2] 110a
Feeling that Chowder has been spending too much time in the kitchen, Mung forces him to play sports with other kids. Upset by Panini's kisses and Gorgonzola's taunts, Chowder has to figure out a way to escape the game and get back to the kitchen.
12b 12b "Mung on the Rocks" Eddy Houchins Cindy Morrow, C.H. Greenblatt,
and Tom King
Tom King March 6, 2008 (2008-03-06)[2] 110b
After Mung forgets his and Truffles' wedding anniversary, Truffles gives him the cold shoulder. Seeing that Mung is depressed by this, Chowder decides to use advice from Gazpacho to help out.
13a 13a "The Heavy Sleeper" Juli Hashiguchi C.H. Greenblatt C.H. Greenblatt and
Peter Browngardt
April 3, 2008 (2008-04-03)[2] 111b
When Chowder accidentally messes up a drink, Mung goes into a deep sleep, leaving Chowder and Shnitzel to find something to awaken the chef.
13b 13b "The Moldy Touch" Eddy Houchins Cindy Morrow and C.H. Greenblatt Cindy Morrow, C.H. Greenblatt,
and Peter Browngardt
April 3, 2008 (2008-04-03)[2] 111a
After accidentally letting a mold creature out of its bottle, everything Chowder touches becomes covered in mold. After realizing what has happened, Mung tries to solve things before the entire city becomes moldy.
14a 14a "The Bruised
Bluenana"
Kris Sherwood C.H. Greenblatt and William Reiss William Reiss June 12, 2008 (2008-06-12)[2] 114a
When Chowder accidentally bruises one of the bluenanas at Gazpacho's fruit stand, Panini gets the idea for her and Chowder to be its temporary parents and take care of it until it heals. Eventually, Chowder gets tired of this and has Gazpacho dress up as the bluenana's mother to fool Panini, but later the bluenana's real mother comes to take it home.
14b 14b "Shnitzel and the Lead
Farfel"
Eddy Houchins C.H. Greenblatt and Tom King Tom King June 12, 2008 (2008-06-12)[2] 114b
After becoming soft and weak, Shnitzel must train to regain his strength and lift the heaviest object in Marzipan City: "The Lead Farfel".
15a 15a "The Thousand Pound
Cake"
Juli Hashiguchi Phil Rynda, C.H. Greenblatt,
and Peter Browngardt
Peter Browngardt June 19, 2008 (2008-06-19)[2] 115a
Chowder and Shnitzel must race against the clock when delivering an order to a man that lives on top of a giant, since he gets it free if it comes before sunset.
15b 15b "The Rat Sandwich" Shaun Cashman Kevin A. Kramer, C.H. Greenblatt,
and Clayton Morrow
Clayton Morrow June 19, 2008 (2008-06-19)[2] 115b
The gang tries to get rid of Reuben, an annoying pig who is extorting the company by using his pet rat, after he uses the rat to frighten paying food stall customers in order to get free food when he should have done what he was supposed to do and pay for food. In the end, Reuben calls the rats, but Chowder leads them in a rebellion. The rats kick Reuben out while he is in bed, who shouts that they're all off of his birthday calendar. For a reward, all of the rats get sandwiches, ending with Reuben's old pet rat doing the same trick, but with a "dead" roach.
16a 16a "Chowder Loses His
Hat"
Kris Sherwood Mike Bell and C.H. Greenblatt Mike Bell, C.H. Greenblatt,
and Phil Rynda
June 26, 2008 (2008-06-26)[2] 116a
When Chowder loses his hat to Chestnut, he must travel across town in order to trade the items needed to get it back.
16b 16b "Brain Grub" Eddy Houchins Alex Almaguer, Danielle McCole,
and C.H. Greenblatt
Alex Almaguer June 26, 2008 (2008-06-26)[2] 116b
When Mung attempts to make Chowder smarter using a food called "Brain Grub", Chowder soon becomes aware that their universe is simply an animated series, and changes it into a talk show. Mung tells him about how without Chowder, life is worse than it used to be. When Chowder realizes his mistake, he smashes his big brain and eventually destroys the Chowder universe.
17 17 "Shnitzel Quits" Eddy Houchins and
Shaun Cashman
Kevin A. Kramer, C.H. Greenblatt,
Mark Segurson, and Peter Browngardt
Mark Segurson and
Peter Browngardt
July 3, 2008 (2008-07-03)[2] 117
When Shnitzel feels that he is not getting enough respect from Mung and Truffles, he quits the catering company and decides to work for their rival, Ms. Endive. He soon discovers that she is actually in love with him, however, and sees him as more than hired help.
18a 18a "The Broken Part" Shaun Cashman Danielle McCole, C.H. Greenblatt,
and Peter Browngardt
Peter Browngardt July 10, 2008 (2008-07-10)[2] 118a
When Chowder accidentally breaks Mung's new feetsa-making machine, he is forced to go and buy a new part for it, but Chowder becomes easily distracted while in town, and ends up having to find a way to make money after wasting the money Mung gave him.
18b 18b "The Meach Harvest" Eddy Houchins Pietro "Pappy" Piumetti, Brook Chalmers,
and Tom King
Tom King July 10, 2008 (2008-07-10)[2] 118b
When Mung has to make a dish that requires a certain fruit that he fears due to a past experience with it, he sends Chowder and Shnitzel in his place to retrieve it.
19a 19a "Banned from the
Stand"
Juli Hashiguchi Pietro "Pappy" Piumetti, Brook Chalmers,
C.H. Greenblatt, and Tom King
Tom King July 17, 2008 (2008-07-17)[2] 119a
Gazpacho bans everyone (including himself) from his fruit stand after a quarrel with Mung, and must find a way to fix the problem he has caused.
19b 19b "Créme Puff Hands" Eddy Houchins Danielle McCole, C.H. Greenblatt,
Clayton Morrow, and William Reiss
Clayton Morrow and William Reiss July 17, 2008 (2008-07-17)[2] 119b
When Chowder's hands inflate after a cooking accident, he suddenly becomes very helpful to the people of Marzipan City, but his hands soon become a liability when Chowder starts to go crazy, believing that he is useless without his huge hand.
20 20 "The Apprentice
Games"
Juli Hashiguchi and
Kris Sherwood
Danielle McCole, C.H. Greenblatt,
William Reiss, and Clay Morrow
William Reiss, Clay Morrow,
and Alex Almaguer
July 24, 2008 (2008-07-24)[2] 120
Chowder and Gorgonzola are forced team-up for the Marzipan City Apprentice Games, but are kicked out of the competition by their masters after they lose several events. The duo must now get back into the games in order to reclaim their dignity.

Season 2 (2008–09)[edit]

This season consists of 20 episodes.[5]

No.
overall
No. in
season
Title Directed by Written by Storyboarded by Original air date Prod.
code
21a 1a "The Arborians" Kris Sherwood C.H. Greenblatt, William Reiss,
and Alex Almaguer
Alex Almaguer October 2, 2008 (2008-10-02)[6] 201a
Mung, Chowder, and Shnitzel need a special syrup from an annoying tree in order to complete a pancake recipe, but soon the tree and his family end up taking over the catering company, leaving them to find a solution.
21a 1b "The Garage Sale" Majella Milne Kevin A. Kramer, C.H. Greenblatt,
and Peter Browngardt
Peter Browngardt October 2, 2008 (2008-10-02)[6] 201b
Chowder starts eating his stuff sold at Mung's garage sale.
22a 2a "Panini for President" Juli Hashiguchi William Reiss William Reiss November 6, 2008 (2008-11-06)[6] 202a
When Panini declares herself as the new president of the apprentice's society, Gorgonzola (through Chowder) ends up competing against her the title.
22b 2b "Chowder's Babysitter" Kris Sherwood Kristina Baranovich, C.H. Greenblatt,
and Peter Browngardt
Peter Browngardt November 6, 2008 (2008-11-06)[6] 202b
While babysitting Chowder, Gazpacho believes he has accidentally killed Chowder. Convincing Chowder that he's dead, they both attempt to get his "spirit" to pass on to the other side.
23a 3a "The Fire Breather" Eddy Houchins Michele McCole Moss, C.H. Greenblatt,
and Ian Wasseluk
Ian Wasseluk November 13, 2008 (2008-11-13)[6] 203a
After Chowder eats a group of hot peppers in order to keep them from escaping the kitchen and burn down the city, he begins to breathe fire whenever he opens his mouth, whether he wants to or not. Quickly becoming an inconvenience to Mung and the others, he runs away to go live with dragons, but returns at the end.
23b 3b "The Flying Flinger
Lingons"
Mike Milo C.H. Greenblatt and Dave Smith Dave Smith November 13, 2008 (2008-11-13)[6] 203b
While helping Mung make a giant bread bowl for a traveling circus troupe, Chowder becomes obsessed with being a member of the Flying Flinger Lingons, and runs away to join them.
24 4 "Hey, Hey It's Knishmas!" Eddy Houchins
and Mike Milo
Darrick Bachman, C.H. Greenblatt,
William Reiss, and Alex Almaguer
William Reiss, Alex Almaguer,
and C.H. Greenblatt
December 4, 2008 (2008-12-04)[6] 204
Chowder worries that he won't receive the gift he wants on Knishmas, when he sees Mung attempt to make a perfect Schmingerbread house and fail several times. Upon seeing this, he recruits Panini and Gorgonzola to help him make Knish Kringle like Mung's house.
25a 5a "Chowder's Catering
Company"
Eddy Houchins Michele McCole Moss, C.H. Greenblatt,
and Ian Wasseluk
Ian Wasseluk December 11, 2008 (2008-12-11)[6] 205a
Against Mung's wishes, Chowder secretly starts his own catering company for a bunch of trash-dwelling vermins. However, when these vermin attempt to kill Mung, Shnitzel, and Truffles, Chowder must choose between his friends and his dreams.
25b 5b "The Catch Phrase" Majella Milne Danielle McCole, C.H. Greenblatt,
and Brett Varon
Brett Varon December 11, 2008 (2008-12-11)[6] 205b
When a celebrity chef takes Marzipan City by storm, and wins the admiration of Chowder from Mung, Mung must come up with a catch phrase to win back Chowder's adoration.
26a 6a "The Hot Date" Majella Milne Darrick Bachman, C.H. Greenblatt,
and Alex Almaguer
Alex Almaguer February 12, 2009 (2009-02-12)[6] 206a
Sergent Hoagie prepares to go on a blind date, but must first deal with a crime committed at Ms. Endive's swimming pool caused by herself.
Note: Ms. Bellum from The Powerpuff Girls makes a cameo at the end.
26b 6b "Shopping Spree" Kris Sherwood Kevin A. Kramer, C.H. Greenblatt,
and Peter Browngardt
Peter Browngardt February 12, 2009 (2009-02-12)[6] 206b
When Truffles becomes sick, Mung, Chowder, and Shnitzel are left in charge of the company's money box. However, they become tempted by the large amount of money and go on a huge shopping spree, leaving no money left in the box. The gang must now find a way stop Truffles from noticing the missing money--as soon as they receive enough money to continue animating the show, anyway.
27a 7a "The Party Cruise" Eddy Houchins Darrick Bachman, C.H. Greenblatt,
Chris Reccardi, and William Reiss
Chris Reccardi and William Reiss April 2, 2009 (2009-04-02)[6] 207a
Mung takes Chowder and Shnitzel to go fishing, but end up on a cruise ship falsely owned by Reuben.
27b 7b "Won-Ton Bombs" Mike Milo Darrick Bachman, C.H. Greenblatt,
and Brett Varon
Brett Varon June 1, 2009 (2009-06-01)[6] 207b
When Mung's old cooking master comes to visit and tells a story about Mung's greatest failure to all of Marzipan City, humiliating him and turning everyone against him, Chowder and Mung travel back to the past to fix his failure.
28a 8a "The Big Hat Biddies" Kris Sherwood Darrick Bachman, C.H. Greenblatt,
and Ian Wasseluk
Ian Wasseluk June 2, 2009 (2009-06-02)[6] 208a
Truffles tries to impress the members of The Big Hat Biddies, and the others try to help by making a big feast for the club.
28b 8b "The Deadly Maze" Majella Milne Darrick Bachman, C.H. Greenblatt,
and Peter Browngardt
Peter Browngardt June 3, 2009 (2009-06-03)[6] 208b
Mung's old apprentice Gumbo traps Chowder within a huge maze so he can get rid of Mung, but soon finds himself lost within it also, not knowing the way back. To make things worse, an over-professional Bird-headed body-builder named Jeffery, hired to destroy Chowder, threatens Gumbo. Chowder and Gumbo must work together to defeat him and escape the maze.
29a 9a "Kid Shnitzel" Eddy Houchins Kevin A. Kramer, C.H. Greenblatt,
and Ian Wasseluk
Ian Wasseluk June 11, 2009 (2009-06-11)[6] 209a
Shnitzel tires of his adult responsibilities and decides to act like a child, much to Mung's chagrin. Forcing Shnitzel's responsibilities on Chowder, Chowder then decides to act like a baby and Shnitzel follows suit, forcing Mung to send them to the baby pound only to be trapped by the Warden, Frau Broten. In the end, after Frau changes Shnitzel's diaper, she discovers that Shnitzel is actually a man. Inspired by his bravery, the other "babies" reveal that they were actually men trying to get out of work. They decide that a baby's life isn't as exciting as they hoped for and want to go back to work. Then Frau runs away, crying out, "I feel so used!!".
29b 9b "Gazpacho Fights Back" Majella Milne Darrick Bachman, C.H. Greenblatt,
William Reiss, and Phil Rynda
C.H. Greenblatt, Alex Almaguer,
William Reiss, and Phil Rynda
June 11, 2009 (2009-06-11)[6] 209b
When an intimidating woman bullies Gazpacho into giving her free produce, he and Chowder must think of a way to fight back, by going to the strongest person they know.
30a 10a "The B.L.T.'s" Eddy Houchins Michele McCole Moss, C.H. Greenblatt,
and Alex Almaguer
Alex Almaguer June 25, 2009 (2009-06-25)[6] 210a
When Chowder must pass the upcoming "Basic Learning Test" (B.L.T.'s) or he'll be left unable to cook anymore, Mung is forced to take matters into his own hands and attempt to stop the test.
30b 10b "The Trouble with
Truffles"
Mike Milo Brett Varon Brett Varon June 25, 2009 (2009-06-25)[6] 210b
Truffles gets a new voice after Mung tells her that her old one scares customers away. However, her new voice is so relaxed and non-threatening, so Chowder, Mung, and Shnitzel no longer take her seriously, get carried away, and turn into feral primitive cavemen, leaving Truffles to decide between her new voice and her old one.
31 11 "The Dinner Theater" Kris Sherwood and
Eddy Houchins
Kevin A. Kramer, C.H. Greenblatt,
and William Reiss
William Reiss July 6, 2009 (2009-07-06)[6] 211
Mung's Catering Company has a mystery-themed theater show called "Who Dunit? T'was Not Me: A Romp In The Glorious World of Barbershop" in order to earn more money, but due to his stupidity, Chowder believes that the play is a series of real events and that Gazpacho will act out the play in real-life as Baron Von Bon-Bon and kill the others. Chowder is then forced to go to Gorgonzola and Ceviché's help in order to stop him.
32a 12a "Big Ball" Mike Milo Darrick Bachman, C.H. Greenblatt,
and Alex Almaguer
Alex Almaguer July 10, 2009 (2009-07-10)[6] 212a
While catering at a special sports event, Truffles and Mung argue about the rules of the game, resulting in the two competing in the games.
Note: The full title of this episode is "Field Tournament Style Up and Down on the Ground Manja Flanja Blanja Banja Ishka Bibble-Babble Flabble Doma Roma Floma Boma Jingle Jangle Every Angle Bricka Bracka Flacka Stacka Two Ton Re-Run Free For All Big Ball," but is usually shortened for television listings.
32b 12b "The Brain Freeze" Eddy Houchins Darrick Bachman, C.H. Greenblatt,
William Reiss, and Brett Varon
Brett Varon July 10, 2009 (2009-07-10)[6] 212b
Chowder drinks a cool drink too fast, causing him to be frozen in a block of ice; in order to get back to the kitchen, Chowder must get the help of two flenguins to get the fur coat of Flazpacho, a flammoth.
33a 13a "The Snail Car" Majella Milne Darrick Bachman, C.H. Greenblatt,
and John Infantino
John Infantino July 26, 2009 (2009-07-26)[6] 213a
Mung tries to get rid of the old car for a new car, but Chowder wants the old one back, so Mung and Chowder set up a race for their cars.
33b 13b "The Lollistops" Kris Sherwood Darrick Bachman, C.H. Greenblatt,
William Reiss, and Carl Faruolo
Carl Faruolo July 26, 2009 (2009-07-26)[6] 213b
Chowder wrecks his teeth on purpose so he can go to his dentist, who gives out delicious "lollistops".
34a 14a "Endive's Dirty Secret" Eddy Houchins Darrick Bachman, C.H. Greenblatt,
William Reiss, and Ian Wasseluk
Ian Wasseluk July 30, 2009 (2009-07-30)[6] 214a
Mung blackmails Ms. Endive with an embarrassing picture of her to gain access to her pool, and before long, everyone else begins to follow his plan.
34b 14b "Big Food" Mike Milo Darrick Bachman, Kristina Baranovich,
C.H. Greenblatt, Peter Browngardt,
and William Reiss
Peter Browngardt and
William Reiss
July 30, 2009 (2009-07-30)[6] 214b
Mung, Chowder, and Shnitzel go on a camping trip, where Chowder attempts to prove to a stuborn Mung that the legendary Big Food exists.
35a 15a "Paint the Town" Eddy Houchins Kevin A. Kramer, C.H. Greenblatt,
and Alex Almaguer
Alex Almaguer August 6, 2009 (2009-08-06)[6] 215a
Fed up with Mung and everyone criticizing him for his screw-ups, Chowder paints his own world after discovering a blank-canvas dimension behind his bedroom.
35b 15b "The Blackout" Kris Sherwood Kristina Baranovich and Peter Browngardt Peter Browngardt August 6, 2009 (2009-08-06)[6] 215b
When Chowder uses too much power in the kitchen, it causes a blackout to occur. In order to bring back the power, Chowder (along with Gorgonzola) must go to The Tower of Power.
36a 16a "The Dice Cycle" Mike Milo Michele McCole Moss, C.H. Greenblatt,
Darrick Bachman, William Reiss,
and Mark O'Hare
Mark O'Hare August 13, 2009 (2009-08-13)[6] 216a
Chowder breaks Mung's dice cycle and blames it on Ceviche under Gazpacho's command.
36b 16b "The Chain Recipe" Majella Milne Darrick Bachman and Brett Varon Brett Varon August 13, 2009 (2009-08-13)[6] 216b
Mung becomes cursed for 100 years after refusing to make a chain recipe.
37a 17a "The Garden" Mike Milo Darrick Bachman, C.H. Greenblatt,
William Reiss, Lynne Naylor,
and Ian Wasseluk
Ian Wasseluk August 20, 2009 (2009-08-20)[6] 217a
After Truffles makes the plants grow with her voice, Chowder becomes her apprentice, but a heartbroken Mung attempts to get him back.
37b 17b "Sheboodles" Eddy Houchins Darrick Bachman, C.H. Greenblatt,
and William Reiss
William Reiss August 20, 2009 (2009-08-20)[6] 217b
Longing for a companion, Miss Endive cooks a beefcake for a date. Unfortunately, she forgets to bake him 100% completely and, as a result, gets stuck with an ugly and undercooked beefcake named Todd with a catchphrase, "Sheboodles!" Things go worse for Endive once everyone starts to like Todd.
38a 18a "Gazpacho Moves In" Eddy Houchins Michele McCole Moss, C.H. Greenblatt,
Darrick Bachman, and Mark O'Hare
Mark O'Hare September 9, 2009 (2009-09-09)[6] 218a
Gazpacho leaves his mom's home and moves into the catering company over an argument. Gazpacho gradually wears out his welcome and the catering company work out a plan to get rid of him.
38b 18b "My Big Fat Stinky
Wedding"
Kris Sherwood Darrick Bachman, C.H. Greenblatt,
Peter Browngardt, William Reiss,
and Maxwell Atoms
Maxwell Atoms September 9, 2009 (2009-09-09)[6] 218b
Chowder takes Kimchi to his family's home in the swamp for an arranged marriage and worries about the future of their friendship after Chowder is accused by Porridge of kidnapping Kimchi from his family. In the end, it is revealed that Kimchi's almost-wife was actually Robert Limburger (a.k.a. The Bridal Bandit), explaining why "she" had a bag on "her" head.
39a 19a "Apprentice Appreciation
Day"
Kris Sherwood Michele McCole Moss, Darrick Bachman,
C.H. Greenblatt, and Alex Almaguer
Alex Almaguer September 26, 2009 (2009-09-26)[6] 219a
Mung and Miss Endive compete over who throws the best Apprentice Appreciation Day party, alienating Chowder and Panini in the process.
39b 19b "The Grape Worm" Mike Milo Darrick Bachman, Kevin A. Kramer,
C.H. Greenblatt, William Reiss,
and Carl Faruolo
Carl Faruolo September 26, 2009 (2009-09-26)[6] 219b
A parasite moves into Chowder's stomach, driving away Chowder's friends, so he attempts to remove it.
40a 20a "A Faire to Remember" Majella Milne Darrick Bachman, Kevin A. Kramer,
C.H. Greenblatt, William Reiss,
and Brett Varon
Brett Varon October 11, 2009 (2009-10-11)[6] 220a
Chowder becomes friends with a girl named Marmalade, but Panini, very jealous about her boyfriend's new relationship, tries to get Chowder back.
40b 20b "Tofu-Town Showdown" Eddy Houchins Darrick Bachman, C.H. Greenblatt,
and Ian Wasseluk
Ian Wasseluk October 11, 2009 (2009-10-11)[6] 220b
Chowder discovers that Shnitzel had a previous life as a samurai bodyguard.

Season 3 (2009–10)[edit]

This season consists of 9 episodes.[7] It is the final and shortest season of the entire series.

No.
overall
No. in
season
Title Directed by Written by Storyboarded by Original air date Prod.
code
42a 1a "Hands on a Big Mixer" Eddy Houchins Darrick Bachman, C.H. Greenblatt,
William Reiss, and Alex Almaguer
Alex Almaguer October 29, 2009 (2009-10-29)[6] 301a
Chowder, Mung, Shnitzel, and several recurring and minor characters enter a contest to win a big mixer. The last one with their hand on it wins.
42b 1b "The Blast Raz" Mike Milo Kevin A. Kramer, C.H. Greenblatt,
Darrick Bachman, and Mark O'Hare
Mark O'Hare October 29, 2009 (2009-10-29)[6] 301b
Mung, Shnitzel, and Chowder agree to help deliver a bunch of explosive and dangerous Blast Raz to Mr. Fugu's house, while having to put up with Chowder's crazed singing at the same time.
42a 2a "The Spookiest House
in Marzipan"
Eddy Houchins Darrick Bachman, C.H. Greenblatt,
William Reiss, and Alex Almaguer
Alex Almaguer November 22, 2009 (2009-11-22)[6] 302a
Chowder has to make a delivery to an old haunted house across the street.
42b 2b "The Poultry Geist" Mike Milo Kevin A. Kramer, C.H. Greenblatt,
Darrick Bachman, and Ian Wasseluk
Ian Wasseluk November 22, 2009 (2009-11-22)[6] 302b
A chicken ghost named Florentine takes over Chowder's body, causing problems for the gang.
43a 3a "The Apprentice
Scouts"
Majella Milne Darrick Bachman, C.H. Greenblatt,
and William Reiss
C.H. Greenblatt and Blake Lemons December 3, 2009 (2009-12-03)[6] 303a
Chowder, Panini, Gorgonzola, and Ceviché go on a scouting trip led by Gazpacho, but Chowder thinks he has Rabie-C's since Gazpacho is going hard on them.
Note: This is the only episode Mung Daal is absent in, making Chowder the only character to appear in every episode.
43b 3b "The Belgian Waffle
Slobber-Barker"
Kris Sherwood Kevin A. Kramer, C.H. Greenblatt,
and Peter Browngardt
Peter Browngardt December 3, 2009 (2009-12-03)[6] 303b
Mung creates a guard dog out of food to protect the catering company, but Chowder adds a crazy fruit that makes it incredibly dangerous.
44a 4a "A Little Bit of Pizzazz!" Eddy Houchins Darrick Bachman, Kevin A. Kramer,
C.H. Greenblatt, William Reiss,
and Brett Varon
Brett Varon December 12, 2009 (2009-12-12)[6] 304a
A baking accident causes Mung, Truffles, Chowder, and Shnitzel to switch bodies.
44b 4b "The Birthday Suits" Kris Sherwood Kevin A. Kramer, C.H. Greenblatt,
William Reiss, and Craig McCracken
Craig McCracken and Vaughn Tada December 12, 2009 (2009-12-12)[6] 304b
While trying to go to Mr. Fugu's fruit party, the gang's fruit costumes are destroyed. Now, they must try to get new ones before an angry mob and the police catch them.
45a 5a "The Heist" Majella Milne C.H. Greenblatt, Kevin A. Kramer,
William Reiss, and Alex Almaguer
Alex Almaguer January 17, 2010 (2010-01-17)[6] 305a
The gang finds a stash of rock candy called sugar sapphires under Endive's house and try to raid the loot before she discovers.
45b 5b "The Prank" Eddy Houchins Michele McCole Moss, C.H. Greenblatt,
and Dave Smith
Dave Smith January 17, 2010 (2010-01-17)[6] 305b
Endive feels guilty after playing a trick on Mung.
46a 6a "Old Man Thyme" Kris Sherwood Kevin A. Kramer, C.H. Greenblatt,
William Reiss, and Brett Varon
Brett Varon January 21, 2010 (2010-01-21) 306a
When Chowder sees the terrible effects of old age on Mung and Truffles, Chowder tries to find a way to stop Old Man Thyme from making him old and ugly.
46b 6b "Chowder's Magazine" Mike Milo Kevin A. Kramer, C.H. Greenblatt,
and Clayton Morrow
Clayton Morrow January 21, 2010 (2010-01-21) 306b
When Chowder's newspaper fails to sell, Chowder makes a new cover title known as the MIP (Most Important Person).
47a 7a "Weekend at Shnitzel's" Mike Milo Kevin A. Kramer, C.H. Greenblatt,
William Reiss, and Alex Almaguer
Alex Almaguer March 26, 2010 (2010-03-26)[6] 307a
Shnitzel has to watch Chowder over at his house while Mung and Truffles are out of town. When Chowder says his life is too boring and drags him to a parody of Chuck E. Cheese, Shnitzel falls in love with an animatronic, "Seniorita Mesquite". Pretty soon, his love goes too far and causes chaos.
47b 7b "Taste Buds" Majella Milne Michele McCole Moss, C.H. Greenblatt,
and William Reiss
William Reiss March 26, 2010 (2010-03-26)[6] 307b
Mung accidentally ruins his tongue which makes him unable to taste things, so he asks Chowder to be his "taste buds".
48a 8a "Gazpacho" Eddy Houchins C.H. Greenblatt, Kevin A. Kramer,
William Reiss, and Alex Almaguer
Alex Almaguer April 13, 2010 (2010-04-13)[6] 308a
A ninja-hating friend (voiced by Steven Blum) of Gazpacho's tries to help Gazpacho find his mother, whom Gazpacho thinks has been captured by actual ninjas.
48b 8b "The Toots" Eddy Houchins Kevin A. Kramer, C.H. Greenblatt,
William Reiss, and Ian Wasseluk
Ian Wasseluk and William Reiss April 13, 2010 (2010-04-13)[6] 308b
Chowder accidentally eats a tootin' fruit and becomes a musical sensation, but his life is taken over by his agent, Gorgonzola, and soon he misses Mung and wants to go back with him.
49 9 "Chowder Grows Up" Kris Sherwood and
Majella Milne
Kevin A. Kramer, C.H. Greenblatt,
William Reiss, Brett Varon,
and Ian Wasseluk
Brett Varon, Ian Wasseluk,
William Reiss, and C.H. Greenblatt
August 7, 2010 (2010-08-07)[6] 309
In the final episode, Mung tells Chowder that one day, he'll have to grow up and run the kitchen on his own once he becomes old enough. Chowder doesn't want to grow up and sings a song explaining why, but he sings the same song for twenty years and grows up naturally. He then sees what all of his friends grew up to be, and he finally realizes that he should stop acting like a kid and grow up.

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Chowder Episodes (Season 1)". TV.com. CBS Interactive. Retrieved 9 July 2012. 
  2. ^ a b c d e f g h i j k l m n o p q r s t u v w x y z aa ab ac ad ae af ag ah ai aj ak al "Chowder - Season 1". Zap2It.com. Archived from the original on July 17, 2014. Retrieved July 17, 2014. 
  3. ^ Greenblatt, C. H (February 7, 2008). "Thrice Cream Man". Nerd Armada. Retrieved 4 March 2008. 
  4. ^ Greenblatt, C. H. (April 29, 2008). "Chowder News". Nerd Armada. Retrieved 9 July 2012. 
  5. ^ "Chowder Episodes (Season 2)". TV.com. CBS Interactive. Retrieved 9 July 2012. 
  6. ^ a b c d e f g h i j k l m n o p q r s t u v w x y z aa ab ac ad ae af ag ah ai aj ak al am an ao ap aq ar as at au av aw ax ay az ba "Chowder - Season 2". Zap2It.com. Archived from the original on July 17, 2014. Retrieved July 17, 2014. 
  7. ^ TV.com summary of season 3

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