Buzz Lightyear of Star Command - Season 1

Disney Channel (ended 2001)




Episode Guide

  • War and Peace and War
    While Buzz is testing out the LGMs latest invention, the LGMs are struck by a need to "heed the heed". As if hypnotized, they all commandeer a ship and fly off. While Zurg is attempting to dispatch hornets to defeat Buzz and capture the space-scooter thing, the same thing happens to the Grubs.moreless
  • Large Target
    Large Target
    Episode 49
    Team Lightyear routinely busts some arms smugglers, who are working for Keno Kentrix (a Bathyosian night-club/casino owner on Mahambas 6, who is arranging some arms deals for Zurg...and who sounds a whole lot like Frank Sinatra...). After their successful mission, they co-incidentally set out for Mahambas 6 for some vacation-time. Due to a ban on robots in the casino, XR disguises himself as Booster in order to gamble; gamble he does, and pretty much cleans out the house, much to Keno's ire. Keno puts a bounty of 10,000,000 Uni-Bucks on Booster's head, which prompts Keno's bodyguards, Warp Darkmatter, Lardak Lurdak, a handful of Gargantian Militants, two Tangean Grounders, and a few other bounty hunters to try to gun down Booster. XR re-disguises himself as Booster and turns himself in. When Booster arrives to save XR, Keno (and all of the assorted riff-raff) decides to just wipe out the both of them. Piqued by the sound of gun-fire, Buzz steps in (with a triple sun-burnt Mira) to save Booster & XR. After a very jazzy firefight, they capture Keno.moreless
  • First Missions
    First Missions
    Episode 48
    Professor Reddschift, Mira, Booster, and XR are pinned down by Zurg's hornets, who are attempting to kidnap Prof. Reddschift. The Prof. is worried that Buzz won't be able to arrive in time to save him from capture.
  • Sunquake
    Episode 47
    Shiv Katall is stealing numerous high-tech devices; this seriously confuses Team Lightyear, since Buzz and Commander Nebula were the only ones to take on the guise of Shiv. Shiv turns out to be actually Buzz Lightyear; the EVIL Buzz Lightyear ( only makes sense that he would've come up with the whole Shiv idea in HIS universe as well...). When Buzz (...the evil one...) flies too close to Capital Planet's sun for 42's scanners to detect his location, Mira and Buzz (...the good one...) fly down in Star Skimmers to try to find him. They discover that Buzz (...the evil one...) is working with Gravitina, setting up another device that can boost her psycho-gravimetric powers to such a degree that she can cause "sun-quakes" that can launch solar plasma-balls towards Capital Planet, Star Command Headquarters, and just about any planet whose solar system is nearby (...Tangea is mentioned as a possible target...). The first volley of plasma-balls are prevented from wiping out Star Command by numerous rangers working with laser-drills. When Mira & Buzz (...the good one...) are kicked off of Gravitina's & Buzz's (...the evil one's...) low sun-orbit base (which resembles the cloud city from the movie, The Empire Strikes Back...), Mira manages to ghost into Buzz (...the good one...) and they sneak back on board. They set the base to automatic self-destruct, and offer to help Gravitina and Buzz (...the evil one...) off, if they turn themselves in. They manage to get Gravitina off of the base, but Buzz (...the evil one...) is left behind. At the episode's end, we see (unbeknownst to Team Lightyear) Buzz (...the evil one...) riding off on an errant rocket engine.moreless
  • At Large on a Small Planet
    Ambassador Major (from Gargantia) attempts to open Pizza Planet franchise on Gargantia, but the Militants oppose it (as usual). Buzz and Booster have to reduce themselves to their size to help out, but the Militants get their hands on the size-changing device and make themselves "regular" size.
  • Conspiracy
    Episode 45
    The Galactic Alliance President is about to sign a "historic peace initiative" in the Senate chamber, when Commander Nebula narrowly saves her from a sniper's blast.
  • Millennial Bugs
    Millennial Bugs
    Episode 44
    Zurg nabs an exhibit of an extinct species of large, Alien (as per the movies)-esque insects, planning to resurrect the species in order to help him in (...what else...) take over the galaxy. Dr. Ozma Furbanna is roped into helping Zurg revive Alien-style bugs, by having her scientific morals preyed upon. Zurg sics the bugs on Capital Planet. Before things can get too out of hand, Team Lightyear discovers that the bugs can be stopped by belly-tickling ( over-rides their nervous system...), and with that they manage to save the day.moreless
  • The Starthought
    The Starthought
    Episode 43
    While Team Lightyear is conducting mock-combat training with Team Rocket (...headed by Rocket Crocket...), Crocket goads Mira into getting herself tagged. King Nova presents Mira with an invention of his, the Starthought; a small spacecraft guided by one's thoughts. Mira has doubts about it until she realizes that it'd really bother Crocket to see her zipping around in such a spiffy ship. While testing the Starthought, Mira runs into some tourists, who are actually Warp Darkmatter, along with one of Zurg's Brain Pods & a Grub, on a reconnaissance mission to scope out any new Star Command developments. Zurg sets up a fake raid on a Gulgarian mining outpost, in order to lure Mira, and the Starthought, into his clutches. After successfully losing the Starthought to Zurg (...success for Zurg, dismal failure for Mira...), Mira goes to Cosmo's Diner to sulk, but Team Lightyear & King Nova show up and convince Mira to go out and re-nab the Starthought back from Zurg. They sneak into Zurg's palace, and find that Zurg has decided that HE'S the only one with the mental capacities to fly the ship (...and he's not too bad at it, either...). After an extended chase scene, Mira ghosts into the ship along with Zurg and starts to clutter up his mind with suggestions of stomach-churning maneuvers. She ghosts the two of them out of the Starthought, and allows the ship to crash, thus preventing it from ever falling into the wrong hands (...although, why King Nova doesn't just build a NEW one that's only attuned to Mira's thoughts is beyond me...).moreless
  • Revenge of the Raenoks
    When Booster is kidnapped by the Raenoks, in order to conduct a prisoner trade for Varg (XR is sent to guard Varg, who quickly escapes and takes XR to Raenok), Buzz & Mira fly off to save him w/ a newly developed cloaking device that can render 42 and/or its crew invisible. While attempting to sneak into the Raenok prison, Mira and Buzz spot Booster's folks, who heard about their son's capture and decided to attempt to save him. This allows the invisible Mira & Buzz to get through the first line of defense, while the capture of the Munchauser's provides a distraction. When they're attempting to figure out how to get through the second line of defense, Becky and her father, the Sheriff from Roswell, arrive (having also heard the news of Booster's capture). The capture of the Roswelleans provides yet another distraction. Finally, the LGMs also decide to help, which almost allows for Mira & Buzz to free Booster (...and XR, and Booster's parents, and the Roswelleans...), but they end up being discovered. Buzz ends up in club-duel with Varg in order to have he and the other captured folks go free. Only trouble is, the clubs are almost as large as Buzz is, so he is at a marked disadvantage, but he manages to win (in a fairly underhanded way...) by landing the cloaked 42 on Varg (...since it's invisible, it looks like Buzz managed to defeat Varg long enough for the outcome to be ruled in his favor...).moreless
  • Planet of the Lost
    Planet of the Lost
    Episode 41
    Ship 42 scopes out area where ships have vanished. Upon scanning the planet, they detect large amounts of technology on the planet, but upon landing it seems quite barren. Flying manta-like shriekers attack Team Lightyear's technology, leaving them stranded and defenseless. Roaming the countryside, they encounter a man named Flint who runs a town of castaways from spaceship-wrecks. Upon investigation, Flint turns out to be a renegade work robot (gamma series construction robot), who built the robotic shriekers in order to strand organics on the planet, so that he could order THEM around as revenge for his time spent in forced labor ( a stock-boy...). Team Lightyear shut down the subterranean shrieker construction plant that Flint had built, and defeat Flint, freeing the hapless castaways.moreless
  • Lone Wolf
    Lone Wolf
    Episode 40
    At a trial, Team Lightyear seems unable to present the evidence to make charges stick. Buzz relates a story about him losing hope in the system 20 years ago. He had quit Star Command after one of his first missions (, if one graduates Star Command when one is a little under 20 years old, then that'd make Buzz a bit under 40 yrs old...) and his "bike" [very Lobo-esque looking] broke down on a distant arcadium gas-farming planet. He helped a widow, Zoey, and her son stand up against the local gas-baron, Vartkes. After the tale, he presents the disrupter rifle evidence to the judge and they win the case.moreless
  • Revenge of the Monsters (2)
    After being bitten by NOS-4-A2 on the mysterious planet of Canis Lupus, Ranger Ty Parsec is transformed into a Wirewolf (...imagine a form of lycanthropy blended with either Star Trek's Borg techno-virus, or with Transformers' Key to Vector Sigma...) [this whole bit is shown in summary, as if it were reminding us of an earlier episode...except there IS no earlier episode about this as far as I can tell]. Even though the transformation only takes place when on or near Canis Lupus, Commander Nebula decides to boot Parsec from the Space Rangers for his own, and everyone else's, good. While this meeting is wrapping up, NOS-4-A2 and XL show up. They have a chunk of Canis Lupus, that causes Parsec to re-transform into a Wirewolf, and they kidnap the en-cursed Parsec. [...the "Monster"-bit in the title refers to how Parsec is pretty much a robotic werewolf, XL is pretty much a robotic Frankenstein's monster, and NOS-4-A2 is a robotic vampire...] With Parsec, they oust Zurg from Planet Z and take over (...transforming many of the Hornets into NOS-4-A2's dark minions, and turning all of Zurg's "Z" monograms over 90 degrees, thus making them all "N"s...standing for NOS-4-A2...). They design a cannon that can shoot the Wirewolf curse over galactic distances, and en-curse all of Capital Planet and Star Command. Team Lightyear convinces XL that NOS-4-A2 will consider him expendable before too long, and manage to get him to help them out. With XL's help, the cannon's powers are reversed, Parsec is returned to normal, and NOS-4-A2 is impaled on a spire, resulting in his explosive destruction. XL returns to work for Star Command, and is re-fitted as a photocopier.moreless
  • Eye of the Tempest
    Eye of the Tempest
    Episode 38
    Answering a distress call from a planetoid within ion storm, Buzz encounters Spyro Von Madman, and his daughter, Bonnie. Professor Spyro Von Madman, previously known as Spyro Lepton when he worked with Star Command, was a scientist who had come up with the notion of equipping Space Rangers with a semi-organic energy-absorbing crystalline form, thus resulting in what he called a "cryborg" (...very much like the concept behind Star Trek's Borg, but with a crystalline basis), eliminating the need for the Pulsar 400 Envirosuit & Battle Armor that is standard issue for the Space Rangers. Spurned by Star Command, Spyro had gone off into seclusion to further his research. When Spyro had worked for Star Command, he and his daughter were acquaintances with Buzz, and it would seem that Bonnie has been carrying a torch for Buzz all these years. She helps him to escape her father's Cold Slab of Revenge, and to bring her father in. While in jail, Spyro sees Bonnie & Buzz walking together, which drives him into a mad rage. Sapping energy from the cell's television, he charges up his cryborged body and breaks out of jail. He becomes supercharged via the main energy plant on Capital Planet, and grows to enormous size ( of the benefits of the cryborg process is that one can absorb most all energy sources in order to use the energy to soup up one's own power/growth/firepower...). When Bonnie realizes that her father has grown mad with power, she aids Team Lightyear in quelling his cryborg-powers, and he realizes the error of his ways.moreless
  • Stranger Invasion
    Stranger Invasion
    Episode 37
    Zurg tries to take over the planet Roswell, in order to set up a partner planet to Planet Z. The plans so good, the demoted Major sides with him. Becky contacts Booster, and he and Lightyear shows up to defeat Zurg and save the day. The climactic battle between Zurg and Buzz takes place in the reactor chamber that is powering his self-constructing re-formation of Roswell; when they begin fencing with glowing reactor rods, and when Zurg attempts to throw Buzz off guard by claiming to be his father, the Star Wars references fly fast and furious. The self-constructing machine is thrown into reverse, Roswell is saved, and Zurg is defeated.moreless
  • Haunted Moon
    Haunted Moon
    Episode 36
    Crew on asteroid attempting to deflect comet heading toward the peaceful planet of Verdentia. Ghost on asteroid seems to be interfering with mission, uttering "Enola Eno-No!!" (...with silent "e"s...). Asteroid crew runs off with 42, leaving Team Lightyear to solve the problem. 50 years ago, Wild Bill Cooley had attempted same mission, but ended up frozen in comet's tail. He was trying to tell them that it was a two-man mission to shunt the comet, but it was coming out in reverse (...IE: "No-one Alone!!"...). Buzz thaws out Cooley and the two of them shunt the comet.moreless
  • Star Crossed
    Star Crossed
    Episode 35
    When Brain Pod #57 ditches Zurg for Buzz, Zurg hires Romac, Mira's ex-boyfriend, to bring him back. But, will Mira stand for this?
  • The Shape Stealer
    The Shape Stealer
    Episode 34
    Zurg's latest creation, Project X, is sent to destroy Buzz Lightyear by taking the form of any individual and using them to eliminate Buzz. But, will Zurg prevail when the Shape Stealer starts to use Team Lightyear to destroy Buzz?
  • The Yukari Imprint
    The Yukari Imprint
    Episode 33
    Crumford Lorak hides in Senator Banda's fishtank (ambassador from Bathyos) in order to gain and sell Galactic Alliance secrets to the Raenoks at the Luma 9 Station. Booster is talked into purchasing a Yukari-pod; Yukaris, it turns out, are small creatures which take on the form of their "mother" (whomever is around the egg in the latter stages of development), but are quite ravenous and reproduce at an astounding rate (...imagine a cross between "Gremlins" and tribbles...). Booster's "fuzzy buddies" (...the name that the salesman was marketing them under, since his "demo model" was one that had taken on a fairly cute form...) ravage 42 and eventually all of Luma 9 Station, when Team Lightyear arrives there in order to help serve as protection for the ambassadorial delegates that are meeting there. Booster's (and thus the Yukari's that were imprinted from him) love for chocolate saves the day, by helping to round up the Yukaris and by using them to then subdue the Raenoks (by dousing the Raenoks with chocolate sauce, right after their espionage plans are revealed).moreless
  • Head Case
    Head Case
    Episode 32
    Due to an error report, XR is sent off to the resort world of Mahamba 6 for a weekend pass after recovering from a battle with the Vulturans. Unfortunately, XR is kidnapped by XL during his trip and he steals his body. XL returns to Star Command posing as XR and plants a bomb in Star Command's Fusion Core and then attempts to make his getaway before the bomb goes off. Can XR save the day? Will Team Lightyear catch on to XL's scheme?moreless
  • Devolutionaries
    Episode 31
    Warp Darkmatter goes to the distant planet of Binipinardia to nab a naturally occurring de-evolving gas, guarded for eons by the local Binipinardians (...who happened to take a coffee-break at exactly the wrong time...). When Team Lightyear arrive on Binipinardia, they find the locals to be missing, and the only critters that seem to be around are some semi-sentient lemur-like things. XR is marketing his comic book, breakfast cereal, and adventure series at the time, so when the rest of Team Lightyear go off to look for the missing Binipinardians, he stays behind to look after the ship and to test out some product marketing research on the lemur-like things. Shortly after discovering that Warp Darkmatter has set up a pumping station, to ship the gas to Zurg, the rest of Team Lightyear gets hit by the de-evolving gas; Mira becomes ameboid, Buzz becomes neandertalic, and Booster becomes ankylosaurus-ish. When he finds out what has happened to his comrades (...and that the native Binipinardians have been de-evolved into the lemur-like critters that he has been working with...), XR has to save the day w/ little to no advanced help from the rest of the team.moreless
  • Bunzel Fever
    Bunzel Fever
    Episode 30
    Team Lightyear receives a call from Jo-Ad; the primary crop on Jo-Ad is due. When Booster's Grandfather reminds him of the legendary "Bunzel Fever", that strikes down any native of Jo-Ad that isn't involved in the bunzel harvest. When Booster becomes ignorant during Team Lightyear's mission to stop Torque and XL on Trade World, will he find out a little too late that the legend isn't a myth?moreless
  • Clone Rangers
    Clone Rangers
    Episode 29
    After pilfering samples of Team Lightyear's DNA with mosquito-esque micro-hornets, Zurg clones Team Lightyear; in his rush, he removes them from the maturation tanks before they have a chance to grow up into adults ( an example of his hurried-ness, he initially planed to instill them with an "Evil Level" up in the thousands, but upon realizing that he himself has an "Evil Level" of a little over a dozen, he only gives them a level a little under his own...), so Team Lightyear has to deal with evil little kid versions of themselves named Zzub, Feara, and Blister (...after a lot of whining about not having a robot of their own, they get an evil version of XR called "X-Treme"...). When the eventually realize that due to being clones, the Evil Li'l Team Lightyear has the same character flaws as themselves, Team Lightyear manages to use their "flaws" as advantages and win the fight. As a joke tag-line, Zurg attempts the cloning process again at the end of the episode, but this time leaves them in too long resulting in geriatric versions of Team Lightyear.moreless
  • The Lightyear Factor
    Zurg stumbles upon an alternate dimension where Buzz is evil and has taken over the universe. Zurg has the evil Buzz capture Buzz the good one, and trap him in the other dimension while they capture Star Command. Will the Evil Buzz succeed in ruling both dimensions?
  • The Slayer
    The Slayer
    Episode 27
    After investigating a rash of robo-homocides, Team Lightyear discover that NOS-4-A2's loose on TradeWorld with a self-appointed "slayer" on his floating tail -- Savy SL-2, a human orphan that was adopted by a robot couple. NOS-4-A2 had "vamped" her adoptive parents, so she decided to step in as a vigilante vampire-robot-slayer (...a la Buffy...). With her assistance, they hunt down NOS-4-A2, fight his horde of enslaved robots, and defeat him, freeing those robots that were in the grip of his dark forces (...including XR who, as usual, was an easy mark for NOS-4-A2...).moreless
  • Dirty Work
    Dirty Work
    Episode 26
    Cosmo gets K-3000 Uni-appliance for Cosmo's Diner (the diner that Team Lightyear seems to spend too much time at); the K-3000 Uni-appliance is an experimental device that absorbs one's kitchen appliances into itself, and is able to use them all due to its powerful, experimental energy source and its "liquid steel" structure (...possibly constructed of nanobots?...very much like a robotic shoggoth, from H.P.Lovecraft's stories...). NOS-4-A2 senses the power within the K-3000 when the Courier delivering it passes close to the abandoned ship that he was residing in, trails after it, and takes control of the K-3000, all of Cosmo's restaurant equipment, and then all of Cosmo's Diner. Team Lightyear is in the process of returning Professor Triffid to his home planet, Rhizome, after a failed attempt on his part to convince Star Command to incorporate "organic vegegenetic technology" into their systems, when they receive the distress call from Cosmo. When their usual methods fail to defeat NOS-4-A2 (since, with the K-3000, he is able to not only take control of their weapons and Space Ranger Power Armor, but to also have it work against THEM...), Team Lightyear must work with Professor Triffid and use his plant-tech to defeat NOS-4-A2.moreless
  • The Crawling Flesh
    The Crawling Flesh
    Episode 25
    Zurg hits Mira & Buzz with gas that melts & melds them into a shoggoth-like creature, then sends them on their way back to Star Command; Mira/Buzz accidentally infect all of Star Command upon their return.
  • The Plasma Monster
    The Plasma Monster
    Episode 24
    Petra, Senator Hammerhold's daughter, is shipped off to Space Ranger Academy to keep her from Plasma Boy: an alien with the ability to become a Plasma Monster.
  • Downloaded
    Episode 23
    XR downloads Star Command Mainframe to prevent the system from crashing (due to Warp Darkmatter using info-stealing techno-ticks); Zurg heists XR in order to gain Star Command classified information; XR uses techno-ticks to help HIM out.
  • Super Nova
    Super Nova
    Episode 22
    Mira ghosts into a Crystallic Fusion Generator Core and becomes a glowing, supercharged, power-speed-junkie. Mira's father warns Mira about how her race can fall prey to such temptation, but Mira has to find out on her own. Eventually, after she attempts to battle Zurg on her own, she realizes that her need for "re-charging" is getting worse and worse and is beginning to take control of her life, but she manages to overcome her "energy addiction".moreless
  • Root of Evil
    Root of Evil
    Episode 21
    Zurg mutates Jo-Ad vegetables w/ Transdibulator. Team Lightyear goes to Jo-Ad to investigate the problem. Booster's childhood pal, Buster, was lured into helping Zurg w/ the promise of glory and power (he had been jealous of Booster getting to join Star Command while he was stuck back home on the farm).moreless
  • A Zoo Out There
    A Zoo Out There
    Episode 20

    Galactic Alliances senators are being kidnapped and Star Command suspects that Zurg is responsible. When Buzz calls him up, Zurg says that it wasn't him nor his villain henchmen that kidnapped the senators. It turns out that the Chlorms (Epoch, Era, & Eon) are kidnapping Galactic Alliance senators for zoo exhibits. Team Lightyear gets nabbed, but Buzz attempts to rescue them. They all end up shipped to product testing due to a lack of co-operation. They escaped and returned to the zoo to rescue the senators and then they returned to capital planet.

  • Stress Test
    Stress Test
    Episode 19
    Buzz captures "Pen-like Activation Device" for Zurg's HYPER-DEATH RAY in a fairly accidental manner (Buzz thinks that it MUST be important and just LOOKS like a pen...everyone else thinks that it MUST be just a pen and that Buzz LOOKS to be going a little loopy...); Buzz is sent to Rhizome to work out overworking-stress with Tubunch. Zurg goes to Rhizome to get a clear shot at Star Command with his HYPER-DEATH RAY, unaware that Buzz is there. Buzz channels his emotions and uses the Rhizome plant-tech to stop Zurg.moreless
  • Shiv Katall
    Shiv Katall
    Episode 18
    One of Zurg's Brain Pods (Number 13) goes AWOL, so Zurg hires the Boba Fett-esque bounty hunter Shiv Katall to track him down; Buzz turns out to've been Shiv all this time, in order to make defectors from Planet Z seem to be dead, when they're really in a witness relocation program; Buzz gets found out, so Commander Nebula has to do the Shiv-thing (...which he USED to do, before Buzz came along...), in order to make Zurg regain trust in the existence of Shiv Katall.moreless
  • Panic on Bathyos
    Panic on Bathyos
    Episode 17
    Team Lightyear uncover an anti-air moving group and a plot on Bathyos to turn all the planets to match their atmosphere.
  • Mira's Wedding
    Mira's Wedding
    Episode 16
    Lord Angstrom organizes a wedding for Mira and Doppler to hide his intentions to seize the Tangean throne.
  • Mindwarp
    Episode 15
    Compu-klerm Co. brainwashes Buzz into thinking that he is an office clerk. Buzz's combat skills are downloaded into the Klerm Slambots, which Team Lightyear then have to fight to save Buzz.
  • The Taking of PC-7
    The Taking of PC-7
    Episode 14
    Torque is taken to Penal Colony Seven by Booster and XR; he escapes from them and wrests control of the prison (with the aid of his many "clones"). At the same time, the President of the Galactic Alliance is being given a tour of PC-7 and being shown its high-tech security system. The security system proves to have some "bugs" when it determines that all non-secure persons in PC-7 MUST be escaped prisoners, thus it attempts to capture and subdue not only Torque (and his "clones"), but also the Galactic President, Booster, and XR. From orbit outside PC-7, Mira and Buzz attempt to help out, but the system interprets their actions as aid for the supposed "prison break" going on inside.moreless
  • Strange Invasion
    Strange Invasion
    Episode 13
    Team Lightyear ends up crashing on the distant planet Roswell. Roswell is populated by the typical Roswell-crash "greys"; the plot is much like the whole Roswell-incident, but in reverse, due to Mira and Buzz being the humanoid "aliens", and the natives being what we would consider aliens (but w/ an odd "Andy Griffith/Mayberry RFD" flair); Booster and XR have to save Buzz and Mira from the local military authorities, aided by the local sheriff (who is very Andy Griffith-like), and his daughter Becky (...who becomes fast friends with Booster, and calls him by the pet name "Pickles"...).moreless
  • The Return of XL
    The Return of XL
    Episode 12
    XL kidnaps XR when he finds out XR has one more component that he doesn't have.
  • The Main Event
    The Main Event
    Episode 11
    Bill Gates-ish kid Norbert Q. Klerm (his business is Compu-klerm) has Zurg and Buzz fight with Rentwhistle Swack is Klerm's "agent/bookie/tour guide".
  • Tag Team
    Tag Team
    Episode 10
    After a run-in with Warp Darkmatter, the LGMs discover that there is an odd implanted device within Buzz. In contacting Warp, Buzz finds out that he, too, has a similar device within himself, and that both of them were implanted long before Warp even left Star Command. It turns out that the devices were planted by three Chlorm scientists, Era(who is studying "evil"), Eon (who is studying "good"), and Epoch (who seems to be studying insanity...), who realized Warp's potential for evil and wanted to see how the two test subjects would differ.moreless
  • The Beasts of Karn
    The Beasts of Karn
    Episode 9
    Team Lightyear appear to help Dr. Ozma Furbanna stop poachers. Meanwhile, Rentwhistle Swack is poaching and Booster ends up getting poached. When Rentwhistle gets together with other hunters, can Team Lightyear and Dr. Furbanna rescue Booster and the other captive creatures?
  • The Planet Destroyer
    The Planet Destroyer is Zurg's latest weapon. With it, he destroys both Tradeworld and Tangea, Mira's homeworld, in order to bring the Galactic Alliance to its knees in exchange for slavery. Team Lightyear set out to find it and discover that it isn't a Planet Destroyer, but across-dimensional translocator that shifted the planets into another dimension instead. With the help of Mira's father King Nova, they return the planets to their original locations and thwart Zurg's plans.moreless
  • NOS-4-A2
    Episode 7
    Warp Darkmatter hijacks a cargo ship which is carrying NOS-4-A2's coffin and Team Lightyear comes to stop them, but Darkmatter initiates freighter Destruct but Team Lightyear gets NOS-4-A2's coffin out before it explodes and Returns with it back to Star Command, Meanwhile XR checks on the cargo (NOS-4-A2) he gets bitten by NOS-4-A2 and is under his control. Later that day when everyone returns home NOS-4-A2 awakens he has XR let him out and then NOS-4-A2 uses Commander Nebula's Voice to have everyone leave Star Command thinking that there is a Red Alert, they take control of Star Command and then Buzz and Mira know that that is the Commander tells the m to trust the computer when in reality Commander Nebula hates Robots and Machines, so Buzz and Mira return to Star Command and team up with Booster and Commander Nebula to stop NOS-4-A2. When NOS-4-A2 is about to bite Buzz, Booster shows XR his Work Order and he Returns to Normal and XR captures and Drains all of NOS-4-A2's Energy.moreless
  • Inside Job
    Inside Job
    Episode 6
    Buzz is impressed by a new rookie, Flash Flemming, much to Booster's chagrin. When the planet Gargantia's ambassador, Ursona Major contacts Star Command in order to join, problems ensue. It turns out that there are rebels, who oppose the idea of Gargantia joining Star Command, and thus possibly losing their individuality, led planet-side by Tremendor and on-site by Monumentus. The new rookie, Flash, turns out to be actually about a half-dozen of the Gargantian Resistance rebels in a person-suit (...the natives of Gargantia stand about 6" tall...).moreless
  • Little Secrets
    Little Secrets
    Episode 5
    After an inspection of planet Rhizome's bio-defenses, Team Lightyear are all given energy plants by Professor Triffid. Booster instead picks up a red one instead of a white one (the white ones pretty much just sit there and produce electricity via photosynthesis, the red ones convert the extra energy into advanced growth), and the plant is slowly taking over the ship, and then Star Command itself. XR has begun to give unauthorized tours for Buzz Lightyear fans behind everyone's backs. At the same time as Booster & Mira attempting to quell the swarming plants, and XR trying to keep Buzz from finding out about the tours, Buzz is attempting to locate and identify a conspirator that is somewhere on Star Command (...actually one of Zurg's grubs in an LGM suit...)moreless
  • XL
    Episode 4
    A rash of stolen technology leads Team Lightyear to discover that the proto-version of XR, XL, has been fixed up by Zurg and sent out to soup himself up and wreak revenge upon Star Command. When Buzz attempts to lure XL into a trap by using XR as "bait" Commander Nebula ends up kidnapped, instead.moreless
  • Gravitina
    Episode 3
    Gravitina - a blue creature that can control gravity - decides to help Zurg wipe out Star Command. Gravitina tries to pummel Star Command with meteors but once she meets Buzz, she has a change of plans and if Buzz doesn't become her boyfriend, Star Command will be history!
  • The Torque Armada
    The Torque Armada
    Episode 2
    Zurg gives Torque the cloning device that mostly serves to define Torque's character and Team Lightyear has to deal with him.
  • The Adventure Begins
    In this direct-to-video release, Buzz Lightyear from the Toy Story films battles the evil Emperor Zurg, who has stolen the Unimind device that enables Star Command's worker LGMs, little green men whose individual minds are useless, to form a combined intellect that keeps the base running. In this effort, Buzz acquires the sidekicks who remain with him during the rest of the series as Team Lightyear.moreless