List of Happy Tree Friends episodes
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Happy Tree Friends is an animated flash series created and developed by Aubrey Ankrum, Rhode Montijo, Kenn Navarro and Warren Graff for Mondo Media. A total of five seasons of the series have been released: 4 seasons on the internet, and 1 season on television.
In 1999, the crew began the series with two pilot episodes. The very first pilot was named Banjo Frenzy, which featured a blue dinosaur, a sky-blue squirrel, a yellow rabbit and a purple beaver. The second pilot was named Spin Fun Knowin' Ya! and featured later versions of the dinosaur, the rabbit, the squirrel and the beaver and, from that on, the crew began introducing new characters to the show. It quickly became an internet phenomenon featuring millions of visits per episode. The Happy Tree Friends television series aired on G4 in the United States in 2006. It also aired on G4 and Razer in Canada in 2007.
A spin-off called Ka-Pow! debuted on September 2008. In 2010, after airing fifteen episodes for the third web season, a hiatus began, in which there were only Break shorts airing with a subliminal message at the end of each, which reads "Happy Tree Friends is dead!". This situation concerned many fans because they thought that the series were going to end soon. The writers confirmed that they were playing a joke on the fact that the characters die a lot and made a pun phrase with the word "dead". The hiatus ended on December 8, 2011 and the series returned once again with the fifteenth episode of the third season, which was named "Clause for Concern".
In addition to the show's five seasons and a spin-off, there have been some special episodes and shorts. These include eleven "Smoochies", ten "Kringles", thirteen "Break" shorts, five "Love Bites", and sixteen other irregular episodes that are unindexed. The "Smoochie" shorts involve three different items being dropped next to a main character, only for them to be killed in three different ways, each regarding the item. These have been adapted into the Happy Tree Friends website where one can choose an item to drop. The "Kringle" shorts are Christmas-themed shorts that feature the main characters doing various Christmas-related tasks, only to be killed in various ways. The "Love Bites" were Valentine's Day-themed shorts, that went with the basic structure of a Happy Tree Friends episode. The "Break" shorts were produced in 2008, when no new episodes were produced until the following year. A new break short debuted in 2009.
- 1 Series overview
- 2 Episodes: Internet shorts
- 3 Episodes: television series (2006)
- 4 Potential feature film
- 5 Unnumbered episodes and shorts
- 6 See also
- 7 Notes
- 8 References
- 9 External links
|First aired||Last aired|
|1||27||December 24, 1999||October 20, 2001|
|2||28||October 27, 2001||December 15, 2005|
|TV series||39||September 25, 2006||December 25, 2006|
|3||24||October 24, 2007||March 29, 2013|
|4||14||June 14, 2013||December 22, 2016|
Episodes: Internet shorts
The following is the list of seasons for the internet shorts of Happy Tree Friends:
Season 1 (1999–2001)
|Title||Directed by||Written by||Original air date|
|1||1||"Spin Fun Knowin' Ya!"||Rhode Montijo||Warren Graff||December 24, 1999|
Lumpy is spinning a playground merry-go-round with Cuddles, Toothy and Giggles on it. They tell Lumpy to spin them faster, and Lumpy does so. Suddenly, Toothy flies off, causing him to fly right into a tree, breaking his back. The pole Giggles is holding onto breaks off, causing her to fly right right into a tree stump, slicing her body in half, and the pole she was holding onto impales her chest. Cuddles' hands rip off from his body, causing him to hurl into the right engine of a parked plane, shredding him to bits. As the merry-go-round comes to a complete stop, Lumpy immediately notices Cuddles' severed hands still clutching onto the pole. He whistles and walks away, trying to look innocent.Moral: Don't forget to floss!
|2||2||"House Warming"||Rhode Montijo||Rhode Montijo & Kenn Navarro||December 31, 1999|
Handy finishes constructing a tree house for Petunia, who becomes thankful and goes to play in her tree house. Handy turns around to leave, but at that exact moment, the tree house catches on fire with Petunia inside, Causing Handy to scream in horror. He tells Petunia to jump and he'll catch her, but thanks to his lack of hands, he fails. He sees a hose nearby, but once again his lack of hands fail him. He then sees a bucket and kicks it, thinking it's water, but it's actually a bucket of petroleum. Handy then has no choice but to stomp the fire out, which works. Petunia, now a blackened and bloody mush, weakly raises her arm and gives an "Okay" signal.Moral: Smiles are always free!
|3||3||"Helping Helps"||Rhode Montijo||Warren Graff, Rhode Montijo & Kenn Navarro||January 7, 2000|
Giggles is walking through the forest, with a broken leg. Suddenly, a water dam behind her breaks, and the water is rushing towards her. Giggles starts screaming, and Splendid hears her call and goes to save her. After the rescue, a branch beheads Giggles, so Splendid replaces her head with an acorn with a poorly drawn face, and hands Giggles back to her mom. The mom, not noticing anything, picks up Giggles' dead body and hugs it. As Splendid flies off, Giggles' mom bids farewell, and Giggles' "head" falls off splattering blood on the mom, still unaware of her daughter's death.Moral: Don't forget to stop and smell the roses!
|4||4||"Crazy Ant-ics"||Rhode Montijo||Warren Graff, Rhode Montijo & Kenn Navarro||January 28, 2000|
Sniffles is walking in the forest, thinking of math equations. He then comes upon an anthill. Fascinated, Sniffles decides to catch some ants to eat. However, the frightened ants hammer a wooden nail down his tongue, trapping him. Then, they scratch it away with a cheese grater, squeeze lemon juice on it, and saw it away with an electric saw. Finally, an ant runs up Sniffles' tongue with a container of gasoline, leaving a trail, and tosses the container of gas into Sniffles' mouth after arriving at the top. One of the ants finishes Sniffles off by using a match to ignite the gas, which rapidly rides up Sniffles' tongue, and the when the flame reaches Sniffles' face, his whole upper body explodes, scattering his body all over the place. The ants start cheering at their victory at the end.Moral: Buckle up for safety!
|5||5||"Havin' a Ball"||Rhode Montijo||Mark Fiorenza, Warren Graff, Rhode Montijo & Kenn Navarro||February 4, 2000|
Pop and Cub are playing catch with a ball, but then Pop throws too hard, sending the ball to land on the opposite side of a busy street. Not wanting to disappoint Cub, Pop has no choice but to cross the road to retrieve the ball. Though severely injured, Pop successfully retrieves the ball. However, when he takes one step forward, he suddenly begins falling down a cliff. As he falls, a medical helicopter with Lumpy in the gurney is just beneath him. Pop gets sliced and shredded apart by the helicopter's rotor blades and his remains fall to the ground. Cub, who successfully climbed down the cliff, retrieves his ball. But once he grabs it, the gurney Lumpy was on disconnects from the helicopter, and lands on top of Cub, followed by Lumpy getting crushed by the helicopter.Moral: Eat your veggies!
|6||6||"Water You Wading For?"||Rhode Montijo||Mark Fiorenza, Warren Graff, Rhode Montijo, Kenn Navarro & Paul Allan||February 11, 2000|
Cuddles jumps into a small pond, having a relaxing swim. Cuddles tells Flaky to join in, but Flaky refuses, pointing to a "No Swimming" sign. After Cuddles encourages her to jump in again, he starts getting attacked by a bunch of piranhas, gets tossed around like a beach ball by 2 sea lions and eaten by an alligator, but manages to escape its mouth. And after he escapes the pond, he gets crushed by a whale, all the while Flaky fails to save her friend.Moral: Don't breathe under water!
|7||7||"Nuttin' Wrong with Candy"||Rhode Montijo||Rhode Montijo & Kenn Navarro||February 18, 2000|
Nutty rips off a lollipop stuck to his head, and consumes it in one bite. He starts to get a sugar rush, but his vibrations cause the other candies stuck to his body to fall off, much to his dismay. He sees a vending machine nearby, and puts a coin in it. However, the candy he wants becomes stuck. Determined, Nutty slides his hand through the slot to get his treat, only to have his arm ripped off. He starts rocking the machine back and forth, causing it to fall forward, trapping him inside. Despite being trapped, Nutty has a treat in his mouth, and enjoys the treat. However, the coils spin close to Nutty, killing him off-screen.Moral: "Wash behind your ears!"
|8||8||"Wheelin' and Dealin'"||Rhode Montijo||Mark Fiorenza, Warren Graff, Rhode Montijo & Kenn Navarro||February 18, 2000|
|Lumpy and Handy are prepared for a race, but Lifty and Shifty are not. It turns out their kart is lacking tires and a steering wheel. They steal the wheels of Lumpy's cart, causing it to fall to the ground and catch fire. During the race, they steal Handy' steering wheel, causing him to crash into an ambulance and lose his lower half. In the lead, the 2 raccoons laugh at their victory, but then all 4 wheels fall off, causing their kart to fall on its side, and scraping their bodies away against the pavement. Somehow, Lumpy wins the race despite having no wheels.|
|9||9||"Pitchin' Impossible"||Rhode Montijo||Mark Fiorenza, Warren Graff, Rhode Montijo & Kenn Navarro||March 3, 2000|
Petunia is playing at Lumpy's carnival stand, throwing baseballs to knock down bottles. The Mole hears the noise from the booth and decides to give it a try. Lumpy notices that The Mole is blind, but lets him play anyway. He throws the 1st ball, and it bounces around the booth without hitting any bottles. Eventually, the ball knocks down both of the support beams holding the window of the booth, causing the window to chop off the top of Petunia's head. The Mole throws the next ball, oblivious to the fact the window is closed. The ball bounces off the wall and hits the lever of a Ferris wheel, and the Ferris Wheel comes off its hinges and rolls towards the booth, slicing Lumpy vertically in half. The Mole gets a blood splattered teddy bear, which he hugs.Moral: "Take your vitamins!"
|10||10||"Stayin' Alive!"||Rhode Montijo||Mark Fiorenza, Warren Graff, Rhode Montijo & Kenn Navarro||March 10, 2000|
Petunia and Giggles are having a tea party. Suddenly, Disco Bear interrupts them with his dance moves. Despite his smooth moves, the 2 girls are unimpressed. Disco Bear grabs Giggles' hand and begins dancing with her. But when Disco Bear gives Giggles a big twirl, she suddenly slams head first on her tea kettle. Giggles begins screaming in agony while jumping and waving her arms in pain. Disco Bear thinks Giggles is doing a new dance, and he begins to mimic her. The same happens to Petunia, who had bumped into an electric fence, electrocuting her, and her body movements mimic a robot, with Disco Bear dancing along. The 2 girls are now dead, with Disco Bear oblivious to what happened.Moral: An apple a day keeps the doctor away!
|11||11||"Treasure These Idol Moments"||Rhode Montijo||Mark Fiorenza, Warren Graff, Rhode Montijo & Kenn Navarro||March 14, 2000|
Toothy is swinging on the swing. Suddenly, he falls off and lands on his teeth. He sees the Cursed Idol on the ground and picks it up. But then the swing comes back and rams the back of his head, killing him. Elsewhere, Sniffles is playing in the sandbox when the Curse Idol lands next to him. He picks it up, but the sand turns into quicksand, causing Sniffles to sink. Cub reaches the bottom of the slide, and the Idol lands in his hands, causing him to be crushed by a rock at the top of the slide. Flaky is swinging on the monkey bars and the Idol lands in her hands, causing her to get hit by Lumpy's car, followed by Lumpy dying in a car crash off-screen.Moral: If friends were flowers, I'd pick you!
|12||12||"Chip Off the Ol' Block"||Rhode Montijo||Warren Graff, Rhode Montijo & Kenn Navarro||May 3, 2000|
Pop is relaxing on a hammock while Cub is mowing the yard with a lawnmower. Cub unknowingly rides the mower over a brick, making him stop in his tracks. Realizing this, Cub looks under the mower and finds the brick lodged between the blades. Cub then attempts to pull the brick out, even though he forgets to turn the mower off. Luckily, Pop wakes up and witnesses this. Over the fear of his son getting injured, Pop snatches Cub just before something bad could've happened. Pop places Cub on his hammock, and orders him to stay. Pop looks under the mower, and pulls out the brick. Pop then proceeds to mow the rest of the lawn himself, with Cub watching. An oblivious Pop starts pushing the mower right towards pieces of broken glass and syringes that are scattered all over the ground. The mower runs over the sharp objects, and they get flung out of the ejection port at full speed right towards Cub. The sharp objects then pierce Cub all over his body, and is finally killed when a broken bottle flies through his head, taking away a part of his skull, as well as his brain. Cub's now dead body falls right into a nearby pile of leaves, which cover up his entire body. Pop then comes in, raking some leaves with a rake. Stopping for a second, he lights up a match to restart his pipe. Once his pipe is lit once more, he unknowingly throws the still lit match at the leaf pile where Cub fell in, setting it on fire.Moral: Plant kindness and gather love!
|13||13||"Nuttin' but the Tooth"||Rhode Montijo||Mark Fiorenza, Warren Graff, Rhode Montijo & Kenn Navarro||May 19, 2000|
Nutty is a patient of Toothy the dentist. Toothy is reading a dentistry instruction book prior to performing Nutty's checkup, before ensuring Nutty that the operation will go smoothly (evident when he gives the "Okay" sign). As Nutty's mouth opens wide, Toothy comes across a cavity that needs to be removed, so he tries to drill out the tooth. When Toothy is drilling, the drill's battery goes dead, much to his disappointment. However, Toothy managed to get another battery. Unfortunately, he only succeeds in drilling a hole in the back of Nutty's throat and through the headrest of the chair. Next, Toothy tries the old-fashioned method of tying one end of a string around Nutty's tooth, and the other end to a doorknob. Toothy rings a doorbell on a trailer, and Lumpy answers the door, causing Nutty's jaw to get ripped from his head. Nutty's rotten tooth is one of only a few teeth that aren't torn out. Before the episode ends, however, the rotten tooth falls out on its own, finally completing the operation.Moral: "Brush after every meal!"
|14||14||"Hide and Seek"||Rhode Montijo||Warren Graff, Rhode Montijo & Kenn Navarro||May 26, 2000|
Toothy, Flaky and Petunia are playing a friendly game of hide and seek in the woods with Flippy. Flippy begins counting, while the others run to hide. As Flippy continues to count, a woodpecker behind him begins pecking at the tree it's perching on. The sound of the woodpecker's pecking causes Flippy to act all scared. Just seconds later, Flippy thinks of these sounds as a machine gun being fired, and he starts to act all vicious, as if he's back in a war. Once Flippy flips out, and becomes his alter ego, Fliqpy, he throws a knife through the woodpecker's chest, killing it. At Toothy's hiding spot, behind a tree, Toothy giggles while hiding. Fliqpy, in camouflage to the tree behind Toothy, grabs Toothy's head, and gives it a big twist, which snaps his neck. Elsewhere, a panting Flaky continues to look for her hiding spot. Suddenly, a piano wire comes down and it snatches Flaky by her neck, which strangles her to death. Petunia, having witnessed Flaky's death, begins to back away in fear while whimpering. Petunia then trips and falls into a Punji stake pit. As Petunia yells in pain by being pierced all over her body, Fliqpy arrives. Petunia struggles to lift her arm, and hopes that Flippy will grab her hand to pull her out. Fliqpy instead gives Petunia an activated grenade. Seeing what Flippy gave her, Petunia screams in horror. She dies off-screen.Moral:"After the rain comes a rainbow!"
|15||15||"Whose Line Is It Anyway?"||Rhode Montijo||Warren Graff, Rhode Montijo & Kenn Navarro||June 2, 2000|
Russell is fishing on a pier while enjoying a bucket full of mussels and clams. He is oblivious to the fact that inside the bucket is a puffer fish. After Russell devours a clam happily, he unknowingly picks up the puffer fish. Moments later, Russell's fishing line begins unreeling, meaning that a fish is caught in his line. Delighted upon noticing this, Russell devours the puffer fish, and begins reeling in his catch. Suddenly, the puffer fish puffs up in his throat, cutting off his air. Not long after that, Russell's fishing line breaks apart. The pirate attempts to reel in his catch by pulling his line, but the wire is so sharp, it cuts off both of his hands. Still determined, Russell grabs the fishing line with his teeth. Despite getting a small cut on his upper lip, Russell manages to reel in his catch with one tug. Unfortunately, the fish that caught Russell's line was a swordfish, which comes towards Russell at full speed, and impales Russell's head through his mouth, killing him instantly.Moral: "Adopt a pet!"
|16||16||"Boo Do You Think You Are?"||Rhode Montijo||Mark Fiorenza, Warren Graff, Rhode Montijo & Kenn Navarro||June 9, 2000|
Giggles, Sniffles, and Flaky all jump into a cart, apparently excited for something, though Flaky is characteristically nervous about it. Then it reveals that they're entering a haunted house ride at the carnival. When they enter the building, Sniffles gets startled by a hand that pops out of a coffin, and chuckles. Suddenly, it grabs Sniffles' head, and gives it a hard scratch, cutting up his head and revealing his brain. Giggles screams in terror, she starts whimpering and can barely look away from Sniffles' corpse. Giggles doesn't notice that their cart is approaching an axe swinging back and forth. Flaky tries to warn Giggles, but she's still traumatized and she doesn't move. As a result, she gets sliced in half. Flaky screams in horror and backs into a corner, when suddenly a suspended cauldron fills the cart with lava up to Flaky's waist. In pain, she jumps out of the cart, now with her lower body reduced to a skeleton, screaming at the top of her lungs. She falls onto the floor, and the cart tips over, burning the rest of her body excluding the top of her head, then her lower jaw falls off.Moral: "Don't take candy from strangers!"
|17||17||"Mime and Mime Again"||Rhode Montijo||Mark Fiorenza, Warren Graff, Rhode Montijo & Kenn Navarro||June 16, 2000|
Toothy is sitting in a hospital bed, covered in bandages from head to toe. Moments later, Mime holds a balloon animal in front of Toothy, surprising him. As Mime begins juggling some balls, Toothy begins giggling at Mime's silly antics. Mime then pretends that a bandage on Toothy's leg is a cobra rising out of its basket. Toothy finds it funny, that is, until the bandage gets snagged into a desk fan next to his bed. His leg snaps in half, causing him to scream in pain. As Mime hears the poor beaver's cries of pain, he proceeds to help by rubbing his wound with rubbing alcohol. While attempting to make the rubbing alcohol come out of its container, Mime accidentally splashes the liquid onto Toothy's wound, which only intensifies his pain. With Toothy wriggling and shaking his body in pain, Mime proceeds to re-position his leg. When Mime finally gets his leg back in place, Toothy stops screaming. Mime gives a silent sigh of relief and turns the fan back on to cool down. However, the bandage is still stuck in the blades, and instead of snapping his leg in half, Toothy starts to get pulled in. Toothy begins to scream as his body starts getting sliced into pieces by the fan. Mime looks away from the grueling scene as Toothy's blood and body parts scatter all over the room. Seeing the destruction around him, Mime begins pulling on an invisible rope to leave the scene.Moral: "Silence is Golden!"
|18||18||"You're Bakin' Me Crazy!"||Rhode Montijo||Mark Fiorenza, Warren Graff, Rhode Montijo & Kenn Navarro||June 23, 2000|
In his trailer, Lumpy is preparing for a birthday party, ironing his shirt with only a towel wrapped around his waist and is otherwise nude. Leaving the iron pressed down on his shirt, Lumpy then moves over to a mixer where he begins making a cake. He is interrupted by the doorbell. He answers the door to find Giggles in a Girl Scout outfit selling cookies. A gust of wind blows Lumpy's towel off his body, exposing his private area to Giggles. Lumpy doesn't notice this as he ponders whether or not to buy some cookies, but Giggles catches a disturbing eyeful of his privates and shrieks in complete shock, bringing Lumpy back to reality. Lumpy panics and begins to look around for something to cover his nudity. When he looks back, Lumpy sees smoke coming from the iron and his shirt. He runs to the iron, but he trips over the many cords plugged into an overloaded electrical socket. He accidentally flips the ironing board over, causing the iron to fly onto Giggles' face, burning it. While struggling to put his shirt on, Lumpy's arm accidentally hits his still activated mixer, which flies through the air and lands in Giggles' eye sockets, shredding her eye sockets, making her scream in agony. The mixer eventually falls out of Giggles' head, along with a large quantity of her blood and both of her eyeballs, still intact. A knock at a door is heard, and Petunia answers it; revealing it's her birthday, and Lumpy stands at the door. He still has his shirt over his head. Lumpy presents the cake he made to Petunia, which is covered in blood.Moral: "Watch a sunrise!"
|19||19||"Tongue Twister Trouble"||Rhode Montijo||Mark Fiorenza, Warren Graff, Rhode Montijo & Kenn Navarro||June 30, 2000|
The Happy Tree Friends are enjoying a day ice skating. Sniffles seems to have some trouble with his footing. As he gets a good balance, an ant skates by. Fascinated, Sniffles proceeds to eat the ant. As he launches his tongue, his tongue misses the ant and instead hits the ice. Sniffles attempts to pull his tongue off the ice, but as he does so, he tears off the skin on the bottom of his tongue. The ants now use this as an opportunity to get back at Sniffles. First, they throw a toy mouse on Sniffles' tongue, and one of the ants releases a cat. The cat quickly jumps on Sniffles' tongue. The cat finds Sniffles' tongue so comfortable and kneads it, making Sniffles shout in pain. Behind Sniffles, one of the ants ties a rope to Sniffles' tail, another ant is seen holding a bottle of wine. The ant swings it at an anvil, which is also tied to the rope. The anvil begins to sink into a hole in the ice. As the anvil sinks down, Sniffles is about to get pulled in as well. Luckily for him, his tongue is the only thing not making him fall in completely. Unfortunately, the cat claws at Sniffles' tongue, slicing it off in one swing. With his tongue severed, Sniffles starts sliding into the hole, up until Sniffles sinks completely. Seconds after falling into the ice cold water, Sniffles re-submerges, now encased in a block of ice.Moral: "Mind your manners!"
|20||20||"Meat Me for Lunch"||Rhode Montijo||Mark Fiorenza, Warren Graff, Rhode Montijo & Kenn Navarro||March 2, 2001|
Hungry, Lifty and Shifty open their refrigerator, only to find it empty. Initially saddened, they come up with a plan to get some food. Lifty and Shifty exit Lumpy's butcher shop with armfuls of meat, while Lumpy chases after and yells at them holding a toilet plunger. A chain of sausage gets stuck in the automatic door, however, and Lifty and Shifty are yanked back into the store. Shifty gets slammed into a wall and is slowly fed into a meat grinder, which grinds him into sausage. Lifty lands against a rack of sharp objects, which fall as he slides down the wall. Several knives and forks pierce his legs and one of his arms. As he tries to remove these objects, he realizes he's sitting on a meat slicer. Thin, circular portions of his body are sliced as he screams in pain. Later, Lumpy is standing behind his counter as Petunia enjoys a green hot dog. Petunia seems to be enjoying her raccoon-meat hot dog until she sticks out her tongue, which is holding an eyeball, surprising Lumpy.Moral:"Read a book!"
|21||21||"Sweet Ride"||Rhode Montijo||Mark Fiorenza, Warren Graff, Rhode Montijo, Kenn Navarro & Paul Allan||March 10, 2001|
Cuddles is standing next to an ice cream truck, ready to receive a strawberry ice cream cone. After receiving his ice cream, Cuddles tosses his skateboard to the ground, and jumps on it, riding away. Behind some trees lies Nutty, who quickly catches a glimpse of Cuddles' ice cream cone. As Cuddles continues to ride, Nutty begins to chase him on his scooter. Cuddles then notices Nutty following him, and screams in shock at the realization. After Cuddles and Nutty ride down a small hill, Cuddles yells in panic when he realizes that a chopped down tree is blocking the road. Luckily, there's a small wooden plank which acts as a ramp. Cuddles rides up the ramp, successfully dodging a beehive above him. When Cuddles lands on the floor, Nutty's scooter catches up to him, but Nutty isn't on it. Nutty didn't quite manage to dodge the beehive, and now he has his whole head stuck inside. Nutty begins to scream in panic as the bees viciously attack him. A portion of the beehive falls off, which shows Nutty's face covered in bee stings. Blood pours out of his mouth. Cuddles lets out a sigh of relief, as he is no longer being chased, and he puts his focus on his ice cream. However, Cuddles quickly discovers a small staircase. Before Cuddles gets the chance to do something, he trips, his entire body is sliced by the three steps, and the top half of his head scrapes across the pavement.Moral: "Don't Jaywalk!"
|22||22||"It's a Snap!"||Rhode Montijo||Mark Fiorenza, Warren Graff, Rhode Montijo, Kenn Navarro & Paul Allan||March 17, 2001|
Splendid is hard at work knitting a blanket until he hears Lumpy's screams, Splendid abandons his work and flies off to investigate. Splendid arrives, and discovers that Lumpy has bear traps clamped all over his body, apparently allured by the blocks of cheese each trap held. Splendid looks at the bear trap clamping on his right arm and attempts to open it so he can get it off of him. Unfortunately, the bear trap slips from his hands and it clamps down on his arm, causing his arm to fall off, and a large quantity of blood to pour out. This makes Splendid gasp in sheer shock, and Lumpy to scream in pain. Acting quickly, he ties the severed arm like a balloon knot to stop the blood from spilling out, saving and calming Lumpy down. Splendid comes up with an easier idea to get the bear traps off of Lumpy: he karate chops them off. With all the bear traps off of Lumpy, Splendid gathers them up, and hurls them far away. Somewhere else, Cub is shown playing with his toys. The bear traps come down. One lands on the ground, another pinches down on his ball, and the last one falls on Cub's head, providing a gruesome death for the poor baby. Lumpy shakes hands with Splendid for the help, and Splendid flies off, where Lumpy bids him farewell. Not long after his departure, Splendid hears a loud snap, forcing him to stop and look. It turns out that Lumpy has fallen victim for another bear trap, way larger than the other ones and clamping on almost his entire body. Sighing out of exhaustion, he resorts to using his laser vision to cut the bear trap. Satisfied that he got the job done, Splendid flies away. Unfortunately, not only has Splendid cut the bear trap into pieces, but he unknowingly decapitated Lumpy in the process. Lumpy's severed head slips off from his body, and lands on one last bear trap. The iris then closes in on a block of cheese, the item Lumpy tried so hard to acquire.Moral:"You don't need a reason to send flowers!"
|23||23||"Off the Hook"||Rhode Montijo||Mark Fiorenza, Warren Graff, Rhode Montijo, Kenn Navarro & Paul Allan||March 24, 2001|
While Russell is diving for oysters, an anchor lands on top of him, dazing him. The anchor belongs to Lumpy, who is enjoying a day of fishing. Russell is dazed after moving out from under the anchor and soon finds Lumpy's fishing hook right in front of his face. One of his eyelids gets caught by the hook, and Lumpy, thinking he has caught a fish, begins to reel Russell in. As a panicked Russell gets dragged through the ocean, an electric eel attaches to Russell's body and shocks him repeatedly. Russell is then pulled through sharp coral, which removes the eel from Russell's body but severely cuts him. Russell then finds himself maneuvering through a series of naval mines. He finally hits one, but it does not detonate, much to Russell's relief. Lumpy, feeling the resistance, gives his fishing pole another yank, causing the mine to explode. Russell's body parts fly past an oblivious Lumpy. Finally, Lumpy reels in his catch, only to find Russell's eye. Before the episode ends, the eye falls off of the hook.Moral:"Don't litter!"
|24||24||"Spare Me"||Rhode Montijo||Mark Fiorenza, Warren Graff, Rhode Montijo, Kenn Navarro & Paul Allan||March 31, 2001|
While bowling, Handy (somehow) manages to knock down nine pins, leaving one pin standing which does not seem to satisfy him. He angrily walks away as Sniffles steps up for his turn. Sniffles has difficulty lifting his ball, so he lifts it by sucking it onto his nose. He spins around to put some force behind his throw, but unfortunately, the weight of the bowling ball causes his head to fly off his body. His head manages to knock all of the pins over, and his snout is hacked off by the pin clearer, exposing his teeth. As the pin clearer sends Sniffles' severed head back down the ball return, The Mole, unaware of what just happened, assumes that Sniffles' head is his bowling ball and jabs his fingers through Sniffles' eyes, shattering his glasses. The Mole begins slipping on Sniffles' blood and unknowingly spins around as he throws Sniffles' head away from the pins. Over at the snack bar, Handy irately sips on a soda through a straw. When he's out of soda, he looks closely at the neck of the bottle, only to have Sniffles' head hit the back of his head. Handy jerks back his head in anguish as the bottle is now lodged into one of his eye sockets. Inside the bottle, Handy's eye rattles around. His nubs try in vain to remove the bottle from his head, but unfortunately all he can do is scream in pain.Moral: "Laughter is the best medicine!"
|25||25||"Snow What? That's What!"||Rhode Montijo||Mark Fiorenza, Warren Graff, Rhode Montijo, Kenn Navarro & Paul Allan||April 7, 2001|
Giggles is building a snowman on a snowy day when suddenly, she gets hit on the back of the head by a snowball. She turns around to find Cro-Marmot standing next to her with a stack of snowballs at his side. Giggles says hello to him and decides to play along. She makes a snowball and throws it at Cro-Marmot. Unfortunately, the amount of pressure causes Cro-Marmot to slide down a nearby cliff. Realizing this, Giggles screams in horror and runs down to stop him. Down the cliff, Petunia can be seen making a snow angel, when suddenly, Cro-Marmot slides by and runs over her. This causes Petunia's lower body to rip off (which causes several of her organs to rip off as well), leaving only her upper body intact. Giggles then comes by and quickly runs over her remains. Further down the slope, Lumpy can be seen relaxing on a hammock, apparently getting his holidays mixed up when he's wearing beach attire. Cro-Marmot slides by, and causes his hammock to wrap around him tightly, squeezing out a large quantity of blood. When Giggles passes by, she unravels the hammock and when it opens, a mangled up Lumpy begins to groan in pain. Giggles manages to catch up with Cro-Marmot, and screams in horror when she realizes that Cro-Marmot is heading straight towards a tree. Running at full speed, she moves right in front of Cro-Marmot just before hitting the tree. Giggles gives a big sigh of relief, and laughs it off, when suddenly, some snow falls on top of her nose. She looks up to find icicles about to melt off. Giggles screams, as two average sized icicles impale her eyes, and a third, rather large icicle crushes her entire forehead. As she still stands, Cro-Marmot throws one last snowball at her.Moral: "Never eat the last cookie!"
|26||26||"This Is Your Knife"||Rhode Montijo||Mark Fiorenza, Warren Graff, Rhode Montijo, Kenn Navarro & Paul Allan||April 14, 2001|
On a clear, starlit night in the middle of the woods, Cuddles, Giggles, and Flaky are sitting around a campfire, apparently on a camping trip. Cuddles watches the fire, Giggles eats a sandwich, and Flaky roasts marshmallows on a stick. Moments later, Flippy walks by, and the gang greets him. Cuddles then encourages Flippy to take a seat and enjoy the fire. However, the moment Flippy sits down and begins to warm his hands with the fire, some sparks fly out, and nearly hit Flippy. Flippy stares into the fire, and since this bright energy reminds Flippy of the war, Flippy emerges into his evil side, Fliqpy. Seeing Flippy flip out, Cuddles laughs nervously and says hello to Fliqpy again in hopes that he will turn back into Flippy. Unfortunately, Flippy's evil side still remains, Fliqpy jumps through the campfire, and slashes Cuddles' face away with a rock, knocking out two of his teeth as well as one of his eyes. Giggles, who is still eating her sandwich, gets Cuddles' blood splattered all over her body, making her scream in shock. As Cuddles sits on the ground, dead, Fliqpy uses his Bowie knife to cut a large hole on Cuddles' stomach, and pulls out Cuddles' intestines. Fliqpy then uses these intestines to snag Giggles by her neck, and he continuously yanks on the intestines up to the point where Giggles gets strangled to death. Flaky, having witnessed Cuddles and Giggles' deaths, lets out a shriek of panic and takes cover in her sleeping bag. As Flaky hugs her knees in fear inside her sleeping bag, she notices that she is getting lifted into the air. Outside, it turns out that Fliqpy is raising Flaky into the air. Fliqpy lets out an evil chuckle, and tosses Flaky's bag into the campfire. Flaky begins to scream loudly as the fire slowly burns her body. Fliqpy then begins to laugh evilly, just before bringing out some marshmallows on a stick, and holding it over the fire, not caring about Flaky's screams of pain.Moral: "Plant a tree!"
|27||27||"Happy Trails" (Part 1)||Rhode Montijo||Mark Fiorenza, Warren Graff, Rhode Montijo, Kenn Navarro & Paul Allan||October 20, 2001|
The Happy Tree Friends are riding in a school bus, and everyone seems to be enjoying themselves. Drinking juice, sticking their heads out the windows, and enjoying a snack of peanuts means everyone is having a great time, even though they did not get ready, follow directions, be cool, or participate. Lumpy is driving the bus, but he gets distracted by Petunia who has had one juice box too many and needs to use the bathroom. Lumpy orders her to sit back down. While doing so, the bus runs over a bump in the road. Deterioration of the characters' lives comes to existence! The first victim is Cuddles. Cuddles' window quickly closes while he is leaning out the window, detaching his hands from his arms and slicing him in half in the process. The bus hits another bump just as Mime tosses a peanut up into his mouth, causing him to choke due to the nut going down the wrong pipe (or because of his shock of seeing Cuddles dead). Mime fails to get a napping Sniffles' attention, so he tries waving to Lumpy for help. Not noticing that Mime is choking, Lumpy gets up from the driver's seat while the bus is still in motion and goes to reprimand Mime for causing a disturbance. As Mime suffocates, Petunia points out that the bus is headed for a curvy portion of the road with a cliff drop-off nearby. Lumpy and Petunia embrace each other in fear as Petunia urinates herself all over the floor in fright. The bus runs over the Cursed Idol, which causes Petunia to lose her balance. She falls on and gets impaled by the gear lever of the bus. Lumpy tries to shift gears, but this causes the hole in Petunia's torso to expand. Lumpy cannot get the gears to move where he wants it, and as a result, the bus goes flying off a cliff, hitting two birds, flinging Toothy out the window, and leaving the rest of the students screaming in horror!Moral: "Keep your promises!"
Season 2 (2001–2005)
|Title||Directed by||Written by||Original air date|
|28||1||"Happy Trails" (Part 2: Jumping The Shark)||Rhode Montijo||Mark Fiorenza, Warren Graff, Rhode Montijo, Kenn Navarro & Paul Allan||October 27, 2001|
After the events of the previous episode, the survivors are stranded on a deserted island. The bus is in shambles, the ocean is shark-infested, and many have died in the accident. Flippy creates small graves for those who died in the crash, while the others look on mournfully. The next day, Giggles happily catches a fish in the ocean for food, using a long pointed stick as a makeshift spear. a Jellyfish swims by and zaps her left foot, causing her to shriek in pain and curiously observe the bump on her foot. Later that day; during night, Giggles is suffering from extreme chills, wrapped in a blanket, and her stung foot is incredibly swollen. The scene cuts to Flippy sadly pounding down another grave with Giggles' bow tied around it, indicating that she died of hypothermia. When Flippy is done pounding in Giggles' grave, Lifty and Shifty reveal they have an inflatable raft the group can escape on. As the group sails away from the island as Lifty and Shifty paddle with their hands, everyone is relieved and in good spirits. Unfortunately, as Flaky sits down, her quills pop the raft, causing the raft to start sinking as a shark swims along. The group hurriedly swims back to the island, but Lifty and Shifty are taken and eaten by the shark. As everybody catches their breath, Flaky looks on nervously at her fellow members, who are obviously furious at her for popping their only ride home. As the scene changes to night, Flippy laughs evilly as he pounds Flaky's grave into the sand, while the others watch on the background with evil expressions, implying that at least one of them killed Flaky. The next day, the school bus and the tree on the island are gone and in their place stands a rocket ship made up of the bus parts. The group boards their creation with makeshift helmets made of coconuts, and they lift-off, singing the theme song as they go. Eventually, the rocket stops moving upwards. They throw several weighty objects out of the rocket, one of which being Lumpy, and the rocket continues upwards. Sadly, now the rocket moves too fast and it is headed towards the sun. Sniffles' head explodes as they get closer to the sun, while Handy and Flippy are suffering from second and/or third-degree burns. Back on Earth, Lumpy makes the best of his situation by relaxing in a chair and holding his sock over a fire. A "puff!" suddenly appears in the sun, indicating that the rocket ship made contact with the sun, without Lumpy even noticing. As the episode ends, Lumpy begins applying sunscreen to his arm.Moral: "Give but never give up!"
|29||2||"Eye Candy"||Rhode Montijo||Warren Graff, Rhode Montijo & Kenn Navarro||September 8, 2002|
Toothy is cheerfully running through the forest, holding a large yellow lollipop in front of him. His happiness ends soon as he trips over a log, causing the lollipop to get lodged in his eye socket. Screaming, he pulls on the lollipop's stick, causing his eye and the optic nerve, still connected to his head, to fly out of his eye socket and get tangled around a tree branch. Toothy tries pulling on his optic nerve, but fails to get his eyeball down from the branch. Whining and wailing in pain, he begins climbing the tree. When he reaches the branch his eyeball is resting on, we get a view of how difficult it is for Toothy to see with both of his eyes pointed in different directions. Toothy reaches for his eye, but unfortunately, a woodpecker lands on the branch and starts pecking his eyeball. Recoiling from the pain, Toothy loses his balance and falls off the tree, which is revealed to have been located on the edge of a cliff, causing Toothy to dangle from the branch of a tree off a cliff from only his optic nerve (which acts as a bungee cord). Toothy tries climbing back up his optic nerve, but he loses his grip and slides down again. Ultimately, Toothy's brain is pulled out from his eye socket, followed by his other eye as Toothy falls to the ground a few feet below him. Before the episode ends, the bird poops on Toothy's head.Moral: "Keep your eye on the prize!"
|30||3||"Rink Hijinks"||Rhode Montijo||Mark Fiorenza, Warren Graff, Rhode Montijo, Kenn Navarro, Paul Allan & Jessica Teach||September 15, 2002|
|Flaky enters a roller skating rink, but she seems to have some trouble with her footing. Flaky nearly falls over, and she hugs the wall for safety. But when someone quickly skates past Flaky, she gets filled with determination, and lets go of the wall. Flaky begins to get the hang of it, but not for long, as Disco Bear skates in and carelessly pushes Flaky aside. Elsewhere in the rink, Lumpy is seen cleaning the rink with a floor buffer in his underwear. Suddenly, Flaky comes by, and she falls under Lumpy's floor buffer. As Flaky gets sucked in, her body begins rubbing against the floor at a fast speed that kills her, and soon her quills begin to fly all over the place. As Disco Bear skates along, Flaky's quills suddenly come in and puncture Disco Bear all over his face and torso, which kills him. Meanwhile, Lumpy can no longer contain the malfunctioning buffer, and the brushes get cemented to the floor. Because of this, Lumpy is now getting twirled all over the place just before he gets flung away. At the arcade of the rink, Cub can be seen playing at a claw machine. Suddenly, Lumpy comes in and his body crashes through the machine. As a dazed Lumpy regains consciousness, he notices the claw machine's hook hovering over his body. It comes down, punctures his chest, and pulls out his heart. As Lumpy screams at the loss of his heart, he suddenly passes out and dies. Lumpy's heart falls into the prize slot, and Cub immediately grabs it. At first, Cub seems confused by his "prize," but once it throbs, Cub gets fascinated and hugs it.|
|31||4||"Flippin' Burgers"||Rhode Montijo||Warren Graff, Rhode Montijo & Kenn Navarro||September 22, 2002|
At a small burger joint in the middle of the woods, the Happy Tree Friends enjoy lunch. Petunia is hard at work cooking the burgers, while Cuddles and Giggles are eating together. Cuddles tries to squirt some ketchup on their fries, but he accidentally squirts it on Giggles. At just that moment, a happy and hungry Flippy opens the door. He sees Giggles covered in ketchup and suddenly goes into a trance. Though Cuddles and Giggles laugh about the incident, Flippy believes that she has been injured, causing him to react and in result, he sees Giggles dead with blood all around her in the background as Flippy flips out and shows his scary, evil face at the audience, now turned into Fliqpy. Fliqpy jumps over to their table and flips it over, causing fries to fly everywhere. Cuddles turns his attention to Fliqpy, but he doesn't seem too worried as he continues sipping on his drink through a straw. Fliqpy grabs Cuddles' straw and uses it to stab him in the heart. Blood starts pouring out of the straw and, in a panic, Cuddles drinks his blood through the straw to get the blood back into his body, but this doesn't work, and he soon dies. Giggles screams and looks around the room, having lost sight of Fliqpy. He emerges above her and shoves a ketchup bottle in one of her ears and a mustard bottle in the other. He squeezes both bottles as hard as he can, causing ketchup and mustard to pour out of her nose, killing her. Next, Fliqpy goes behind the grill where Petunia is standing. He grabs her by the back of the head with her screaming and shoves her face down on the burger grill, causing her to scream in anguish. Laughing, he pulls her head up and we see that the grease has melted her face onto the grill, exposing the nerves of her face. As Petunia is still screaming, Fliqpy shoves her face back onto the grill, burning the exposing nerves of her face with her screaming. Outside the building, Petunia is heard screaming but stops (indicating that she had died). Pop and Cub get ready to enter. Before they can open the door, however, the front of the building explodes, crushing the two beneath the door. Fliqpy lands on the ground, just before the fries. Seeing a pool of Cuddles' blood, Fliqpy grabs a fry and dips it in the blood, mistaking it for ketchup. Fliqpy eats the fry and sighs contently upon tasting the blood.Moral: "You are what you eat!"
|32||5||"Get Whale Soon"||Rhode Montijo||Warren Graff, Rhode Montijo & Kenn Navarro||September 29, 2002|
Russell happily sits in his boat, humming and holding a harpoon. As he looks through his telescope, he realizes he's floating in the open mouth of a giant whale. Having no time to react, Russell gets eaten, plunging him into darkness. Inside the whale with darkness surrounding him, Russell lights a match to light up his surroundings. He finds a road raged Lumpy sitting in his car and honking his horn, unaware that he is in a whale's stomach. Lumpy turns on his car's headlights and they both see that they have no way out. Russell, however, gets an idea. They bundle some sticks together and Russell pulls out a box of matches. Looking inside, they see there's only one match left. After several unsuccessful attempts, Russell manages to light the match, only for Lumpy to sneeze it out, angering Russell. Next, Lumpy lifts Russell up to the whale's uvula. Russell stabs it and pulls on it with his hook, making the two laugh. This only succeeds in making the whale vomit all over them. Disheartened, Russell and Lumpy find a new hope when they look up and see the whale's blowhole. Russell throws his harpoon towards the blowhole, but unfortunately he misses and the falling object accidentally pierces Lumpy's head, killing him. Russell starts to go insane, and begins using his hook to slash the inside of the whale's stomach. The whale, feeling the pain of Russell's hook, fires Russell out of its blowhole. At first, Russell is still laughing and slashing around like a maniac while in mid-air, but he rejoices upon learning that he's free. Sadly, Russell falls from the sky and his head gets impaled on the mast of a nearby ship. The whale then comes and swallows the ship to add insult to injury.Moral: "Don't bite off more than you can chew!"
|33||6||"Snip, Snip Hooray!"||Rhode Montijo||Warren Graff, Rhode Montijo & Kenn Navarro||May 30, 2003|
Cub happily sits in his highchair as Pop brings in a tray containing a comb, a pair of scissors, and an electric shaver. Cub sees the shiny scissors and tries to reach for them. Pop slaps his hand away, forbidding him to touch them. Pop removes Cub's beanie to reveal that Cub has a full head of long, flowing hair. Pop begins cutting Cub's hair with the scissors, but stops when he accidentally cuts Cub's right ear off. Cub begins to scream and cry in pain and Pop starts panicking as blood spurts out of Cub's wound. The scene fades to black. The scene then fades back to Cub happily licking a lollipop while wearing bandages over the right side of his head. Pop proudly looks at Cub and then looks for the electric shaver, which he has apparently misplaced. He hears a buzzing sound and looks up to see a laughing Cub, who now has a flap of skin detached from his forehead, holding the shaver, while Cub appears not to care about his loss. A panicked Pop rushes over and grabs the shaver, quickly turning it off. Pop then cautiously combs and pushes down on the loose flap of skin on Cub's head without any cries or protests from the child. Satisfied, Pop tries to turn the shaver back on, but to no avail. He sees that the shaver has become unplugged, so, setting the shaver down next to Cub, he goes to plug it back in. Cub starts playing with the shaver, and puts it in his mouth to suck on it. Pop plugs the shaver back in, and it starts tearing the inside of Cub's mouth, throat, and eventually his esophagus to pieces. Cub falls face down on his highchair deadly, while an oblivious Pop searches for his scissors. Locating them, Pop cuts a lock of Cub's hair, brushes some loose hair from his head, and places Cub's beanie back on his son's head, still unaware that his son is dead.Moral:"Don't run with scissors!"
|34||7||"Eyes Cold Lemonade"||Rhode Montijo||Rhode Montijo, Kenn Navarro, Jeff Biancalana & David Winn||December 26, 2003|
Giggles and Petunia happily sit at their lemonade stand, awaiting customers. Petunia sighs contentedly, and Giggles pours her some lemonade. Petunia gladly drinks it. Giggles notices that they are out of lemonade, so she grabs a knife and a lemon so she could make some more. She gets ready to cut into the lemon, but she makes sure to move her finger to avoid accidentally cutting herself. After slicing the lemon in half, Giggles notices that a nail from the lemonade stand's sign has fallen off. She looks up to see that part of the sign has become detached from the stand. The sign swoops down in front of her, slicing her face off. Giggles screams in pain, causing Petunia to spit out her lemonade all over Giggles' face in shock. The citric acid from the lemonade burns the inside of Giggles' face, and she screams in pain, again. Later on, we see that Petunia has reset the sign, only now with far more nails than before and in a sloppy manner. Satisfied with her work, Petunia starts squeezing lemons again. Meanwhile, Giggles, who has bandages wrapped around most of her face, including both of her eyes, ignores her injury and continues to work. She blindly reaches for a lemon and manages to slice it in half. Another nail falls from the sign, only now from the other side. The sign begins sliding downwards towards Petunia. Petunia notices this, but unfortunately for her, not fast enough. The sign crushes her head against the side of the lemonade stand, killing her. One of Petunia's eyeballs comes loose from her head and rolls over to Giggles. Giggles picks up the eye, thinking that it is a lemon, and slowly cuts it in half. She then juices the fluid out of the eye and pours the liquid into a glass. Giggles takes a sip and obviously does not like the taste. She adds some sugar to the concoction, drops some ice cubes in, and places a slice of Petunia's eye on the rim of the glass.Moral:"When life gives you lemons, make lemonade!"
|35||8||"Milkin' It"||Rhode Montijo||Rhode Montijo, Kenn Navarro, Jeff Biancalana, David Winn & Alan Lau||January 4, 2004|
Lifty and Shifty are seen running out of a barnyard, carrying a cow, while Lumpy the farmer shouts and chases after them. The thieving brothers toss the cow into a hot air balloon, untie the anchor (rope), and fly away with their prize. Lumpy grabs onto the rope hanging down from the balloon, only to get dragged across the ground. His farm clothes are torn off, his stomach gets scraped, and he is dragged through the circular opening of the pivot the balloon was tied to. This tears the skin off the upper half of Lumpy's body and compresses his body, killing him. Lifty and Shifty tease and laugh at Lumpy, but they then turn to find that the balloon is headed straight for a power line. A bird lands on the power line and is instantly vaporized, leading Lifty and Shifty to lighten the load of the balloon to float above the wire to avoid being vaporized. They begin by throwing multiple heavy objects out of the balloon. This doesn't have any meaningful effect however and the balloon is still on a direct course for the power line. Lifty and Shifty begin to debate on who has to milk the cow to lighten it. Eventually, Lifty begins milking the cow while Shifty pours the milk out of the balloon with a bucket. Eventually, the cow becomes emaciated and is out of milk, but they are still headed for the power line. Lifty shrugs, unsure of what to do, but Shifty has a devious plan to steer clear from the power line. Shifty cold-heartedly throws Lifty out of the balloon, where he is gruesomely impaled on a pine tree through his mouth, spreading his organs on the branches like a Christmas tree. The balloon makes it over the power line, and Shifty begins jumping up and down in celebration. The basket he's jumping on breaks, however, causing Shifty to grab onto the cow's udders for dear life. Shifty sees that the balloon is headed for a fast-moving windmill, and because he is hanging below the basket, Shifty begins getting cut by the blades, shredding his entire lower body, making him scream and groan in pain. His intestines get caught on one of the blades, and his spinal cord is torn by his refusal to let go of the cow. Shifty accidentally lets go of the cow's udders and is spun around the windmill several times before he finally stops, dead. The cow gets out of the balloon, which lands nearby, and begins eating some grass. Before the episode ends, the cow's udders slightly swell up.Moral:"Don't cry over spilled milk!"
|36||9||"Out of Sight, Out of Mime"||Rhode Montijo||Rhode Montijo, Kenn Navarro, Jeff Biancalana & David Winn||February 22, 2004|
It is nighttime, and the Happy Tree Friends are enjoying Halloween. Mime walks to a home with a bag and rings the doorbell. The Mole answers the door as Mime shows his bag. The Mole shuts the door, making Mime sad. As he leaves, Giggles, Lumpy, and Flaky arrive at the Mole's home, while Mime rushes in to join them. As the Mole prepares to hand out candy, he drops it and a group of rats eats it. The trick-or-treaters get scared and run away, with Lumpy's scythe accidentally severing Mime's head. The Mole picks it up and slices a hole on the top. He then pulls Mime's brain off and then takes Mime's head out, revealing a candle in his mouth. A rat takes one of Mime's eyes before the episode ends.Moral:"Keep your chin up!"
|37||10||"Class Act"||Rhode Montijo||Rhode Montijo, Kenn Navarro, Jeff Biancalana & David Winn||April 2, 2004|
In a theater, many animals sit down in their seats. The stage has Nutty sleeping in a bed. The director, Lumpy orders Toothy, who is holding a candle, to arrive on stage. A spotlight turns on, with the Mole manning it. He points it towards Toothy. Lumpy orders Lifty and Shifty to shake Flaky, making her dandruff fall and create the illusion that it is snowing. Lumpy then orders Toothy to sing "O Christmas Tree", with Sniffles as a candy cane, Giggles as a present, and Cuddles as a Christmas tree. Nutty gets excited when he sees Sniffles' costume and bites off the right side, along with Sniffles' arm, mistaken for a real candy cane. As Lumpy orders Toothy to continue singing, Sniffles runs into a rope, causing a weight to drop down and cause Giggles' costume to slice off her face. As it falls off, Toothy continues singing, although tearfully, but Giggles slips on her face and causes it to fly into the Mole's face. He moves the spotlight over to Lifty and Shifty, who get blinded by the light and drop Flaky. She falls down the chimmney, causing her quills to get stuck in it, before hitting the ground, skinned. Toothy and Cuddles now scream, and noticing that Lumpy has escaped the building, try to leave. Toothy accidentally drops the candle he was holding and causes the theater to burst into flames. Cuddles tries to escape, but his costume prevents him from leaving. The audience also plans on escaping, pushing Cuddles so hard that his face falls off, presumably killing him. Everyone escapes, although harmed. Toothy prepares to sing, and everyone holds hands around the burning building. However, the theater unexpectedly explodes, sending everyone flying.Moral:"It's better to give than to receive!"
|38||11||"The Way You Make Me Wheel"||Rhode Montijo||Rhode Montijo, Kenn Navarro, Jeff Biancalana & David Winn||May 21, 2004|
|39||12||"Better Off Bread"||Rhode Montijo||Rhode Montijo, Kenn Navarro, Jeff Biancalana, David Winn & Warren Graff||June 20, 2004|
|40||13||"I Get a Trick Out of You!"||Rhode Montijo||Rhode Montijo, Kenn Navarro, Jeff Biancalana, David Winn & Warren Graff||July 27, 2004|
|41||14||"Shard at Work"||Kenn Navarro||Rhode Montijo, Kenn Navarro, Warren Graff & Ken Pontac||August 27, 2004|
|42||15||"Water Way to Go"||Kenn Navarro||Rhode Montijo, Kenn Navarro, Warren Graff & Ken Pontac||September 11, 2003|
|43||16||"Out on a Limb"||Kenn Navarro||Rhode Montijo, Kenn Navarro, Warren Graff & Ken Pontac||May 18, 2003|
|44||17||"Keepin' It Reel"||Kenn Navarro||Kenn Navarro, Warren Graff & Ken Pontac||September 25, 2004|
|45||18||"A Hard Act to Swallow"||Kenn Navarro||Rhode Montijo, Kenn Navarro, Warren Graff & Ken Pontac||September 21, 2003|
|46||19||"Let It Slide"||Kenn Navarro||Kenn Navarro, Warren Graff & Ken Pontac||September 28, 2004|
|47||20||"Icy You"||Kenn Navarro||Kenn Navarro, Warren Graff & Ken Pontac||October 22, 2004|
|48||21||"Hello Dolly"||Kenn Navarro||Kenn Navarro, Warren Graff & Ken Pontac||October 29, 2004|
|49||22||"Remains to Be Seen"||Kenn Navarro||Jeff Biancalana, David Winn & Alan Lau||November 27, 2004|
|50||23||"Stealing the Spotlight"||Kenn Navarro||Kenn Navarro, Warren Graff, Ken Pontac, David Winn & Jeff Biancalana||December 17, 2004|
|51||24||"Ski Ya, Wouldn't Wanna Be Ya!"||Kenn Navarro||Kenn Navarro, Warren Graff, Ken Pontac, Aubrey Ankrum, David Winn & Jeff Biancalana||May 26, 2005|
|52||25||"Blind Date"||Kenn Navarro||Kenn Navarro, Warren Graff, Ken Pontac, David Winn & Jeff Biancalana||July 22, 2005|
|53||26||"Suck It Up!"||Kenn Navarro||Kenn Navarro, Warren Graff, Ken Pontac & David Winn||July 22, 2005|
|54||27||"From A to Zoo"||Kenn Navarro||Kenn Navarro, Warren Graff, Ken Pontac, David Winn & Jeff Biancalana||December 15, 2005|
Season 3 (2007–2013)
|Title||Directed by||Written by||Original air date|
|55||1||"Read 'em and Weep"||Kenn Navarro||Kenn Navarro, Warren Graff & Ken Pontac||November 2, 2007|
|56||2||"Can't Stop Coffin"||Kenn Navarro||Rhode Montijo & Kenn Navarro||October 24, 2007|
|57||3||"We're Scrooged!"||Kenn Navarro||Warren Graff, Rhode Montijo & Kenn Navarro||November 27, 2007|
|"A Sucker for Love" (Part 1 & 2)||Kenn Navarro||Warren Graff, Rhode Montijo & Kenn Navarro||February 8, 2008|
|60||6||"Just Desert"||Kenn Navarro||Rhode Montijo, Kenn Navarro, David Winn & Jeff Biancalana||May 22, 2008|
|61||7||"Peas in a Pod"||Kenn Navarro||Kenn Navarro & Ken Pontac||October 18, 2008|
|62||8||"Wrath of Con"||Kenn Navarro||Warren Graff, Rhode Montijo & Kenn Navarro||July 20, 2009|
|63||9||"All Flocked Up!"||Kenn Navarro||Warren Graff, Rhode Montijo & Kenn Navarro||August 18, 2009|
|64||10||"Something Fishy"||Kenn Navarro||Warren Graff, Rhode Montijo & Kenn Navarro||September 14, 2009|
|65||11||"Without a Hitch"||Kenn Navarro||Warren Graff, Rhode Montijo & Kenn Navarro||October 13, 2009|
|66||12||"Swelter Skelter"||Kenn Navarro||Warren Graff, Rhode Montijo & Kenn Navarro||November 6, 2009|
|67||13||"I Nub You"||Kenn Navarro||Warren Graff, Rhode Montijo & Kenn Navarro||February 5, 2010|
|68||14||"A Bit of a Pickle"||Kenn Navarro||Warren Graff, Rhode Montijo & Kenn Navarro||May 7, 2010|
|69||15||"See You Later, Elevator"||Kenn Navarro||Warren Graff, Rhode Montijo & Kenn Navarro||October 1, 2010|
|70||16||"Clause for Concern"||Kenn Navarro||Warren Graff, Rhode Montijo & Kenn Navarro||December 8, 2011|
|71||17||"The Chokes on You"||Kenn Navarro||Warren Graff, Rhode Montijo & Kenn Navarro||March 23, 2012|
|72||18||"Royal Flush"||Kenn Navarro||Warren Graff, Rhode Montijo & Kenn Navarro||May 6, 2012|
|73||19||"Brake the Cycle"||Kenn Navarro||Warren Graff, Rhode Montijo & Kenn Navarro||June 8, 2012|
|74||20||"Random Acts of Silence"||Kenn Navarro||Warren Graff, Rhode Montijo & Kenn Navarro||August 2, 2012|
|75||21||"Breaking Wind"||Kenn Navarro||Warren Graff, Rhode Montijo & Kenn Navarro||October 3, 2012|
|76||22||"All in Vein"||Kenn Navarro||Warren Graff, Rhode Montijo & Kenn Navarro||October 19, 2012|
|77||23||"Bottled Up Inside"||Kenn Navarro||Warren Graff, Rhode Montijo & Kenn Navarro||November 21, 2012|
|78||24||"No Time Like the Present"||Kenn Navarro||Warren Graff, Rhode Montijo & Kenn Navarro||December 20, 2012|
|79||25||"By the Seat of Your Pants"||Kenn Navarro||Warren Graff, Rhode Montijo & Kenn Navarro||March 29, 2013|
Season 4 (2013–2016, 2017—2018)
|Title||Directed by||Written by||Original air date|
|80||1||"You're Kraken Me Up"||Kenn Navarro||Warren Graff, Rhode Montijo & Kenn Navarro||June 14, 2013|
|81||2||"All Work and No Play"||Kenn Navarro||Warren Graff, Rhode Montijo & Kenn Navarro||July 18, 2013|
|82||3||"Buns of Steal"||Kenn Navarro||Warren Graff, Rhode Montijo & Kenn Navarro||August 21, 2013|
|83||4||"Pet Peeve"||Kenn Navarro||Warren Graff, Rhode Montijo & Kenn Navarro||October 3, 2013|
|84||5||"A Vicious Cycle"||Kenn Navarro||Warren Graff, Rhode Montijo & Kenn Navarro||October 17, 2013|
|85||6||"Put Your Back Into It"||Kenn Navarro||Warren Graff, Rhode Montijo & Kenn Navarro||December 5, 2013|
|86||7||"Spare Tire"||Kenn Navarro||Warren Graff, Rhode Montijo & Kenn Navarro||January 7, 2014|
|87||8||"Camp Pokeneyeout"||Kenn Navarro||Warren Graff, Rhode Montijo & Kenn Navarro||January 16, 2014|
|88||9||"Dream Job"||Kenn Navarro||Warren Graff, Rhode Montijo & Kenn Navarro||March 6, 2014|
|89||10||"Still Alive #1: Going Out With A Bang"||Kenn Navarro||Warren Graff, Rhode Montijo & Kenn Navarro||December 7, 2016(for purchase) |
June 23, 2017 (free release)
|90||11||"Still Alive #2: A Handy Nanny"||Kenn Navarro||Warren Graff, Rhode Montijo & Kenn Navarro||December 16, 2016(for purchase) |
May 16, 2018 (free release)
|91||12||"Still Alive #3: An Inconvenient Tooth"||Kenn Navarro||Warren Graff, Rhode Montijo & Kenn Navarro||December 22, 2016(for purchase) |
January 20, 2018 (free release)
|92||13||"Still Alive #4: Just Be Claus"||Kenn Navarro||Warren Graff, Rhode Montijo & Kenn Navarro||December 7, 2016(for purchase) |
December 24, 2017 (free release)
|93||14||"Still Alive #5: In Over Your Hedge"||Kenn Navarro||Warren Graff, Rhode Montijo & Kenn Navarro||December 22, 2016(for purchase) |
December 24, 2018 (free release)
Episodes: television series (2006)
|No.||Title ||Directed by||Written by||Original air date |
|1a||"The Wrong Side of the Tracks"||Kenn Navarro||Kenn Navarro, Ken Pontac, Warren Graff, Aubrey Ankrum, and Jeff Biancalana||September 25, 2006|
|1b||"From Hero to Eternity"[a]||Kenn Navarro||Kenn Navarro, David Winn, Ken Pontac, and Warren Graff||September 25, 2006|
|1c||"And the Kitchen Sink"||Kenn Navarro||Kenn Navarro, Ken Pontac, and David Ichioka||September 25, 2006|
|2a||"Party Animal"||Kenn Navarro||Kenn Navarro, Ken Pontac, and Warren Graff||October 2, 2006|
|2b||"Ipso Fatso"||Kenn Navarro||Kenn Navarro, Ken Pontac, and Warren Graff||October 2, 2006|
|2c||"Don't Yank My Chain"||Kenn Navarro||Kenn Navarro, Mark Zaslove, Ken Pontac, and Warren Graff||October 2, 2006|
|3a||"Doggone It"[b]||Kenn Navarro||Kenn Navarro and Ken Pontac||October 9, 2006|
|3b||"Concrete Solution"||Kenn Navarro||Kenn Navarro and Ken Pontac||October 9, 2006|
|3c||"Sea What I Found"||Kenn Navarro||Kenn Navarro, Ken Pontac, and Warren Graff||October 9, 2006|
|4a||"Easy For You to Sleigh"||Kenn Navarro||Kenn Navarro, Ken Pontac, and Warren Graff||October 30, 2006|
|4b||"Wishy Washy"||Kenn Navarro||Kenn Navarro, Ken Pontac, and David Ichioka||October 30, 2006|
|4c||"Who's to Flame?"||Kenn Navarro||Kenn Navarro and Ken Pontac||October 30, 2006|
|5a||"Every Litter Bit Hurts"||Kenn Navarro||Kenn Navarro, Ken Pontac, and Don Gillies||October 16, 2006|
|5b||"As You Wish"||Kenn Navarro||Kenn Navarro, Ken Pontac, and Mark Zaslove||October 16, 2006|
|5c||"Take a Hike"||Kenn Navarro||Kenn Navarro and Ken Pontac||October 16, 2006|
|6a||"Snow Place to Go"||Kenn Navarro||Kenn Navarro, Ken Pontac, Warren Graff, Aubrey Ankrum, Jeff Biancalana, and David Winn||October 23, 2006|
|6b||"Dunce Upon a Time"[c]||Kenn Navarro||Kenn Navarro, Ken Pontac, and David Ichioka||October 23, 2006|
|6c||"Gems the Breaks"||Kenn Navarro||Kenn Navarro, Ken Pontac, and David Ichioka||October 23, 2006|
|7a||"A Change of Heart"||Kenn Navarro||Kenn Navarro, Ken Pontac, and Warren Graff||November 6, 2006|
|7b||"A Hole Lotta Love"[d]||Kenn Navarro||Mark Zaslove, Warren Graff, Kenn Navarro, and Ken Pontac||November 6, 2006|
|7c||"Mime to Five"[e]||Kenn Navarro||Kenn Navarro, Ken Pontac, and Warren Graff||November 6, 2006|
|8a||"Blast from the Past"[f]||Kenn Navarro||Mark Zaslove, Kenn Navarro, Ken Pontac, and Warren Graff||November 20, 2006|
|8b||"Chew Said a Mouthful"||Kenn Navarro||Kenn Navarro, Ken Pontac, and Warren Graff||November 20, 2006|
|8c||"See What Develops"||Kenn Navarro||Kenn Navarro, Ken Pontac, and Warren Graff||November 20, 2006|
|9a||"Idol Curiosity"||Kenn Navarro||Ken Pontac, Kenn Navarro, Warren Geadd, and David Ichioka||November 27, 2006|
|9b||"Home is Where The Hurt is"||Kenn Navarro||Kenn Navarro, Ken Pontac, Mark Zaslove, Warren Graff||November 27, 2006|
|9c||"Aw, Shucks!"||Kenn Navarro||Kenn Navarro, Ken Pontac, and Warren Graff||November 27, 2006|
|10a||"A Sight for Sore Eyes"||Kenn Navarro||Ken Pontac, Kenn Navarro, and Warren Graff||December 3, 2006|
|10b||"Wipe Out"||Kenn Navarro||Kenn Navarro, Ken Pontac, Mark Zaslove, and Warren Graff||December 3, 2006|
|10c||"Letter Late than Never"||Kenn Navarro||Kenn Navarro, Ken Pontac, Warren Graff, and Mark Zaslove||December 3, 2006|
|11a||"Wingin' It"[g]||Kenn Navarro||Ken Pontac, Kenn Navarro, and Warren Graff||December 10, 2006|
|11b||"Tongue in Cheek"||Kenn Navarro||Kenn Navarro, Ken Pontac, and Warren Graff||December 10, 2006|
|11c||"Easy Comb, Easy Go"||Kenn Navarro||Kenn Navarro, Ken Pontac, and Warren Graff||December 10, 2006|
|12a||"I've Got You Under My Skin"||Kenn Navarro||Ken Pontac, Kenn Navarro, and Warren Graff||December 17, 2006|
|12b||"In a Jam"||Kenn Navarro||Kenn Navarro, Ken Pontac, Mark Zaslove, and Warren Graff||December 17, 2006|
|12c||"Junk in the Trunk"||Kenn Navarro||Kenn Navarro, Ken Pontac, and Warren Graff||December 17, 2006|
|13a||"Hear Today, Gone Tomorrow"||Kenn Navarro||Ken Pontac, Kenn Navarro, and Warren Graff||December 25, 2006|
|"Double Whammy, Part 1"|
"Autopsy Turvy (Double Whammy, Part 2)"
|Kenn Navarro||Kenn Navarro, Ken Pontac, and Warren Graff||December 25, 2006|
Potential feature film
In 2014, Mondo Media announced plans to produce a feature film based on the series. The movie was apparently in pre-production as of the second quarter of 2015. As of 2018, no official information on the film came forward.
Unnumbered episodes and shorts
|No.||Title||Directed by||Written by|
|1||"Banjo Frenzy"||Aubrey Ankrum||Rhode Montijo|
The pilot episode created in 1999 featured early versions of Lumpy, Giggles, Cuddles and Toothy.A dinosaur plays a banjo, while a chipmunk, a rabbit and a beaver sit down and watch. One of the dinosaur's banjo strings breaks, causing the onlookers to laugh. Enraged, the dinosaur decapitates the chipmunk, vertically slices the rabbit in half, and decapitates the beaver. All of a sudden, the beaver's severed head comes back to life and bites the dinosaur's leg, causing the dinosaur to scream in pain.
|2||"Dino-Sore Days"||Michael "Lippy" Lippman||Warren Graff, Rhode Montijo, Kenn Navarro, Michael "Lippy" Lipman|
|An animated short film featuring the character Cro-Marmot in prehistoric times. It features him eating a dead dinosaur. However, he mistakenly bites on the tail of a living tyrannosaurus. The angry tyrannosaurus then proceeds to attack Cro-Marmot by tearing him to shreds. Cro-Marmot escapes but then gets eaten by a giant pterodactyl.|
|3||"Ski Patrol"||Jason Sadler||Warren Graff, Kenn Navarro, Ken Pontac, Jason Sadler|
|Lumpy, Cuddles, Giggles, Toothy, Flaky, and Petunia make an instructional video for new members of the ski patrol.|
|4||"YouTube Live Episode"||Kenn Navarro||Warren Graff, Kenn Navarro, Jeff Biancalana, David Winn|
|Several characters are seen inside a crane machine prize game. Cuddles is picked up, but falls down. He is later brought back up, but the crane violently trashes his body inside the machine, until he eventually dies. The remaining characters panic and frantically try to escape out of the crane machine.|
|5||"The Carpal Tunnel of Love"||Kenn Navarro||Kenn Navarro, David Ichioka|
A Fall Out Boy music video featuring Happy Tree Friends characters.Cuddles attempts to express his love to Giggles, however, Lumpy gets in the way and ends up killing everyone (including himself).
|6||"Intimate Spotlight"||Rhode Montijo||Warren Graff|
|A reporter interviews Cro-Marmot. She asks questions to him, all to no response due to Cro-Marmot being frozen. They then run out of time, and as the credits roll, the reporter fumes over getting no response.|
|7||"False Alarm"||Kenn Navarro||Warren Graff, Kenn Navarro, Ken Pontac|
An episode made for the Happy Tree Friends: False Alarm video game.After getting impaled by a truckload of candy canes due to his candy addiction, Nutty is sent to the hospital. He is then sent to an asylum, where he eventually recovers from his addiction. Lifty and Shifty, who Nutty had bought the truckload of candy from, attempt to sell him more candy, but Nutty rejects. They then offer to sell him a video game, which he buys. He eventually becomes addicted to video games, but his game console powers down after playing it for too long. Nutty then sees Lifty and Shifty with a van full of video games and chases them with Cuddles' car, killing Petunia in the process. He then crashes into Lifty and Shifty's van, killing them and The Mole. Nutty then discovers all the video games destroyed, but sees a candy cane. He licks it and starts laughing crazily, reverting to his candy addiction.
|8||"Asbestos I Can Do"||Kenn Navarro||Warren Graff, Kenn Navarro, Ken Pontac, Jeff Biancalana, David Winn|
|Lumpy sits on a rocking chair, knitting a warmer for his antlers.|
|9||"Under the Skin"||Kenn Navarro||Warren Graff, Kenn Navarro, Ken Pontac, Jeff Biancalana, David Winn|
|A documentary on Happy Tree Friends.|
|An interactive video featuring Nutty and Lumpy playing milk pong.|
|11||"Lumpy's Lame Card Trick"||N/A||N/A|
|An interactive video featuring Lumpy performing a lame card trick.|
|12||"YouTube Copyright School"||N/A||N/A|
|Russell learns about the dangers of copyright infringement.|
|13||"Oh Xmas Tree"||N/A||N/A|
|Cuddles, Giggles, Toothy, and Lumpy sing O Tannenbaum.|
|14||"Hot Tub Shake"||N/A||N/A|
|Disco Bear, Cuddles, and Giggles hang out in a swimming pool until Flippy electrocutes them to death with a toaster.|
|15||"Cubtron Z"||Rob Shaw||Rob Shaw, Warren Graff, Ken Pontac, Kenn Navarro|
|Pop revives Cub by putting his brain into a giant robot, after getting killed by a street sweeper.|
|16||"Dumb Ways to Die - Happy Tree Friends Edition"||N/A||N/A|
|A music video created in association with Mondo Media and Cartoon Star.|
- Cuddles' Pet Smoochie (January 16, 2003)
- Giggles' Valentine Smoochie (February 13, 2003)
- Toothy's Easter Smoochie (April 17, 2003)
- Petunia's Summer Smoochie (May 15, 2003)
- Nutty's Party Smoochie (June 12, 2003)
- Sniffles' Science Smoochie (July 3, 2003)
- Flaky's Baseball Smoochie (July 17, 2003)
- Pop's BBQ Smoochie (July 31, 2003)
- Mime's Olympic Smoochie (August 14, 2008)
- Disco Bear's Halloween Smoochie (October 10, 2008)
- Cub's Christmas Smoochie (December 3, 2008)
- Reindeer Kringle
- Tree Kringle
- Kitchen Kringle
- Caroling Kringle
- Ski Kringle
- Train Kringle
- Strain Kringle
- Chill Kringle
- Sight Kringle
- Star Kringle
Ka-Pow! episodes (2008)
|No.||Title||Directed by||Written by||Original air date|
|1||"Buddhist Monkey: Enter the Garden"||Alan Lau||Warren Graff, Alan Lau, Rhode Montijo, and Kenn Navarro||September 23, 2008|
|2||"Mole in the City"||Roque Ballesteros||Story by: Warren Graff, Alan Lau, Kenn Navarro, Kan Pontac, Brad Rau, and Roque Ballesteros||March 14, 2008|
|3||"Buddhist Monkey: Books of Fury"||Alan Lau||Warren Graff, Alan Lau, Rhode Montijo, and Kenn Navarro||September 23, 2008|
|4||"Buddhist Monkey: Three Courses of Death"||Alan Lau||Roque Ballesteros, Warren Graff, Alan Lau, Kenn Navarro, and Kan Pontac||September 23, 2008|
|5||"W.A.R. Journal: Operation: Tiger Bomb"||Brad Rau||Warren Graff, Alan Lau, Kenn Navarro, Kan Pontac, and Brad Rau||September 2, 2008|
|6||"Splendid's SSSSSuper Squad: Mirror Mirror"||Roque Ballesteros||Roque Ballesteros, Warren Graff, Alan Lau, Kenn Navarro, and Kan Pontac||November 18, 2008|
These are videos that feature an original episode that has been done over with a series of speech bubbles that either state a fact relating to a scene, make fun of a goof, or say a joke in a similar style to Mystery Science Theater 3000. Additionally, the episodes that were originally produced in a 4:3 format (standard definition) are remade in a 16:9 format (high-definition).
So far, Mondo Media has aired "Blurbed" versions of the following episodes:
- Spin Fun Knowin' Ya
- Class Act
- Blind Date
- Can't Stop Coffin
- We're Scrooged!
- Just Desert
- Stealing the Spotlight
- Wrath of Con
- Nuttin' but the Tooth
- Eyes Cold Lemonade
- Shard at Work
- The Way You Make Me Wheel
- Take a Hike
- Let It Slide
- Brake the Cycle
- All Flocked Up
- I Nub You
- Something Fishy
- Without a Hitch
- Swelter Skelter
- Ski Ya, Wouldn't Wanna Be Ya!
- Suck It Up
- See You Later, Elevator
- Peas in a Pod
- Keepin' it Reel
- Hello Dolly
- Read 'em and Weep
- Icy You
- Remains to be Seen
HTF Break (2008–2012)
- Seize the Day
- Chore Loser
- Deck the Halls
- We Wish You
- Happy New Year
- Take Your Seat
- Moppin Up
- Bite Sized
- Pop & Corn
- Butter Me Up
- Cheesy Does It
- Tunnel Vision
Love Bites (2009–2012)
- Cold Hearted
- Sea of Love
- I Heart U
- On My Mind
- My Better Half
- Happy Tree Friends
- List of Happy Tree Friends characters
- List of Happy Tree Friends home video releases
- The title is a pun on the film From Here to Eternity
- The Dog in this episode is based on writer Ken Pontac's dog Whistle.
- This episode is based on a fairy tale, 'Jack and the Beanstalk'
- The title is a reference to the Led Zeppelin song "Whole Lotta Love"
- The title of the episode is a pun on the phrase 9 to 5
- Part of the episode features "Spin Fun Knowin' Ya"
- It was originally entitled, "Sky's the Limits"
- "Smoochies". HTF.atom.com. Retrieved July 9, 2009.
- "Happy Tree Friends – Kringles". HTF.atom.com. Retrieved July 9, 2009.
- "Happy Tree Friends – Episode Guide (season 3)". Zap2It. Retrieved June 30, 2019.
- "'Happy Tree Friends' Movie Leads Three-Film Slate For Mondo Media". Tubefilter. October 10, 2014.
- "Mondo Announces Feature Film Plans for 'Happy Tree Friends,' 'Dick Figures' and 'Deep Space 69'". Cartoonbrew. October 15, 2014.