Freakazoid! - Season 1

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  • 2/17/96
    9.8
    Armongo Guitierrez is now able to zap himself into the internet while using the Pinnacle Chip and he plans to get revenge on Freakazoid, though will he be able to accomplish the task, despite the fact that Freakazoid defeated him before?
  • 2/10/96
    9.3
    House of Freakazoid: When Dexter gets an unexpected visit in the middle of the night, in turns out that it’s a lycanthrope named Lonnie Tallbutt, an individual who is seeking Dexter’s help to find a cure for his condition. However, will Dexter be able to find a cure for something so rare, and more importantly, will he be able to prevent Lonnie from tearing up his room, and himself, when he turns into a werewolf?

    Sewer or Later: Cobra Queen and her jewel-thieving serpents are holed up in the poorly-lit sewer. It's Freakazoid's duty to go down there after her; but Freakazoid hates sewers!moreless

  • 2/3/96
    9.5
    Next Time, Phone Ahead: When a very dumb alien winds up in Dexter’s backyard, he decides to keep the alien because it won’t leave him alone. However, when this alien continues to cause Dexter havoc, he must attempt to find a way to get the alien back home before it causes him even more problems; but with an alien as dumb as he is, will his people even want to take him back?

    Nerdator: When all the nerds and geeks in the world get kidnapped, Freakazoid investigates the issue in order to find out what is going on. He soon learns that the “Nerdator” is behind the kidnappings and that he wants to steal the knowledge of all the world’s nerds in order to become a super-genius, though Freakazoid believes he may just know of a way to scare him away from his evil scheme.moreless

  • 12/16/95
    9.2
    In Arms Way: Freakazoid’s Christmas shopping is interrupted by a run-in with a crime boss named “Arms” Akimbo, whose arms are locked into a jaunty pose and he cannot move it. He is attempting to extort money from local shopkeepers by selling “oops” insurance, though it’s up to Freakazoid to stop this from happening while trying to find the perfect gift for Steph.

    The Cloud: In the remote Teutonic mountains of Schnitzel, a spooky cloud seems to be transforming people into clown zombies. Freakazoid arrives to solve the mystery.moreless

  • Relax-O-Vision: By the order of H.A. Futterman, the disturbingly violent bits in the latest Freakazoid adventure are replaced by calming, mirthful images. But this doesn't stop the Lobe from kidnapping Steph, who responds by screaming some more.

    Fat Man And Boy Blubber: Two bulky but plucky superheroes save portly young Louis from a couple of bullying dirtbags. But what is their price?

    Limbo Lock-Up: Freakazoid's virtuoso display of idiocy is interrupted by cyberspace's "idiotic police", and he is left to choose between imprisonment and a fate worse than death.

    Terror Palace: The Horn of Urgency is sounded, and the Huntsman runs there in a jiffy.moreless

  • 11/18/95
    8.8
    Hot Rods From Heck: Longhorn hatches a plan to use robotic hot rods to steal a dangerous toxic-nuclear warhead. However, Dexter Douglas is going on vacation with his family, who just happens to be traveling the same road that the warhead is being transported on. However, will Dexter be able to become the Freakazoid without his family finding out that he’s gone missing?

    A Time for Evil: The Huntsman visits the police station in search of some bad crime to fight; though what he discovers just makes him even angrier.moreless

  • The Chip (Act IV): Jack Valenti acts as host for the action-packed story of Freakazoid's origins, which includes a flawed microchip, and a villain who wears an eye-patch named Guitierrez, a Scottish computer expert, an animal psychologist, a Tibetan Monk who won't stop raking, and the MPAA's fascinating rating system. Freakazoid is History: When Freakazoid is assigned to rescue the president from a storm, he finds himself sucked into a vortex that sends him back in time; Pearl Harbor, 1941, just hours before the secret Japanese attack on the naval base. Freakazoid has to decide if he'll meddle in the affairs of history and save the day despite the fact that he may be altering the future.moreless
  • 11/4/95
    10
    This episode tells the story of how Dexter Douglas gained his ability to turn into the Freakazoid, how he managed to cope with having those powers and why he decided to become a superhero. This episode is handled in a documentary fashion and Jack Valenti serves as the host and narrator.moreless
  • Foamy the Freakadog: Freakazoid rescues a rabid dog and names it Foamy the Freakadog, but he is not adapting well.

    Office Visit: Lord Bravery has to get a bakery shop named "Lord Bravery's Bake Shoppe" to change its name, IF he can get other shops to change their names!

    Ode To Leonard Nimoy: Fanboy gives a brilliant ode to his Star Trek hero Leonard Nimoy and also wants his autograph!

    Emergency Broadcast System: Freakazoid is testing the Emergency Broadcast System, but can he hold his breath for it?moreless

  • And Fan Boy Is His Name: Fan boy attempts to becomes Freakazoid's new sidekick, much to his dismay. Will Freakazoid be able to escape Fan Boy’s persistence?

    Lawn Gnomes: Ch. IV - Fun in the Sun: Despised by mankind, the Gnomes try to change their ways. However, they discover that its harder to do good deeds when their entire nature is based on being mean.

    Freak's French Lesson: Freakazoid teaches some useful French, though his methods are somewhat questionable.moreless

  • Mo-Ron: A fat, dumb alien comes to earth with an important message; though he’ll need to remember it first.

    The Sewer Rescue: Lord Bravery gets a big break in crime fighting when he has to rescue a man who fell into the sewers, but he cannot stand the stench.

    The Big Question: Another spaceship full of aliens come to Earth, though this time they have an important question.

    The Legends Who Lunch: A bunch of old superheroes talk about their glory days of crime fighting.moreless

  • Candle Jack: At Camp Wennamigonnagohome, counselor Steph and her horror-loving charges are menaced by a spooky ghost-man named Candle Jack, who has the power to capture anyone who says he name out loud. This episode was also produced with Scream-O-Vision.

    Toby Danger in Doomsday Bay: Toby Danger and her friends battle off Dr. Sin when he steals the worlds largest semiconductor.

    The Lobe: The Lobe and a hypnotized Steph prepare to lobotomize Freakazoid, but will Steph break free in time to save him?moreless

  • Five Day Forecast: Freakazoid gives us a very unusual weather forecast.

    Dance of Doom: When Cave Guy takes high school students hostage at a Daylight Savings Time dance, only one hero can stop him; though that hero is on another network so Freakazoid must do the job instead.

    Handman: When Freakazoid and his new sidekick, Handman, defeat the Lobe, Handman heeds the call of matrimony and Freakazoid gets dragged along with him.moreless

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