Gumby Adventures

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  • Season 1
    • Gumby the Movie
      Gumby the Movie
      Episode 36
      5/15/95
      10
      Gumby and Pokey went to Earth to stop the Blockheads.
    • Dolly for Minga / Lost Arrow / Clay Trix
      Dolly for Minga: When Minga's doll got ruined in the washer, she goes out to find a new one with Gumby and his pals. Lost Arrow: Gumby and his friends found an arrow and must figure out who first shot it. Clay Trix: A minute of strangely morphing shapes and general weirdness.moreless
    • Kangaroo Express / Kid Brother Kids / For the Graduate
      Kangaroo Express: Gumby and friends are off to a concert in Australia. They travel light, thanks to Gumby's portable shrink-a-dink, which lets them carry all their equipment in their pockets. Goo flies them into the globe, and they arrive in the middle of the desert with no way to get to Melbourne. Fortunately, they find the Kangaroo Express, a kangaroo-based parcel delivery company. They shrink themselves to fit in the pouch of a kangaroo named Matilda (eliciting a lame reference to "Waltzing Matilda" from Prickle) and they're soon on their way. However, Australia has Blockheads too, which capture Matilda. Gumby confuses and disorients them by shrinking their van, providing the distraction they need to get away. Kid Brother Kids: Gumby and the Gumbys are performing a concert in an old west ice cream parlor. Unfortunately, things go horribly wrong when the Kid Brother Kids show up. Supposedly, they're Billy the Kid's kid brothers, but they're really just Blockheads. (Not *the* Blockheads; these two are 1 and 2 instead of J and G). Well, the Kids get in everyone's faces and bother them enormously, setting a huge ice cream fight into motion. Denali sucks up some ice cream and spits it out at the Kids, which vaguely leads to their arrest. Gumby gives another concert the next day. For the Graduate: Yes, Gumby is finally graduating from high school, and Minga and Prickle are off to select a graduation present. Prickle looks at some watches, but Minga has something else in mind -- a WWII flying fortress. She decides to take it for a test drive, which makes it spin around and around. Prickle sees what's happening and grabs the end of the plane for some reason, only to get flung off into a cabin of Lincoln Logs. As he whines about his injury, Minga investigates a steam roller, which she unwittingly uses to flatten the Blockheads for no reason, knock a tower of Better Blocks onto Prickle and, of course, to grind Prickle into the ground. Prickle ends up in a body cast, and Gumby gets a watch and a steamroller for his graduation presents.moreless
    • The Birthday Present / Just Train Crazy / Wickiups and Bulrushes
      The Birthday Present: It's Gumby's birthday, and he's getting a beautiful grand piano. Prickle and Pokey tow it home on the trailer. While they stop to pick out a matching candelabrum, the Blockheads detach the trailer. Prickle and Pokey don't notice until they get back to the barn, and, of course, by the time they get back, the Blockheads have hidden the piano somewhere. As J runs out as a decoy, G starts building a wall of blocks to hide it. Prickle and Pokey find a freshly-painted sign reading "This Way to Piano", but they choose to follow the trail of paint instead, which leads to the piano, but no Blockheads. When Gumby receives the piano and tries playing it, it sounds a little funny. The Blockheads were hiding inside. Just Train Crazy: While Gumby's out for his dental appointment, Denali accidentally smashes his prized model train. In true wacky sitcom tradition, Prickle and Pokey have to replace it before he gets back. While perusing the trains in Toyland, they're given a hard sell by a sentient engine who offers them a free ride. They shrink themselves down and hop in, rather pleased to find that the train can take them instantly to wherever they want to go. However, the train never stops, so they have to pass it up. Fortunately enough, a train just like the one they're looking for shows up when they get back to Toyland, so the cartoon can end now. Wickiups and Bulrushes: In honor of Native American Week, Gumby's band is putting on concerts for a different tribe every day, starting with the Chippewas. When Goo and Denali show up at the reservation to hammer out all the details, Goo meets a little girl who wants to ride on Denali, but first she needs to gather some bulrushes, so Goo helps. While they're out, they notice a distinctly unnamed rival tribe preparing to attack. Goo flies them back to the village, where they prepare to repel their attackers. Thanks largely to Goo and Denali, the anonymous evil tribe is beaten back, and the day is saved.moreless
    • The Forbidden Mine (Part One) / Robot Farm / The Forbidden Mine (Part Two)
      The Forbidden Mine (Part One): Gumby has a surprise for Minga, Prickle, Goo, and Pokey: a picnic at the very edge of the Grand Canyon. Afterward, they decide to explore an old mine. The mine's caretaker isn't pleased with the idea, but for no reason at all he warms up to them and lets them in. They go 2000 feet down to take the grand tour of the hole in the ground. Unfortunately, there's an earthquake and subsequent cave-in, trapping Minga behind feet of solid rock! Robot Farm: Gumby and friends are sick of being a farm and band and decide to get some robots to take over the farm so they can concentrate more on the band. While they're away, Tillie admires herself in Gumby's computer monitor, walking all over his keyboard in the process. The robots, naturally, go haywire. Fortunately, Denali calls Gumbo to come over and take care of them while Gumby and friends make their way back from a concert. The Forbidden Mine (Part Two): Gumby and Prickle move the rocks out of the way, only to find that the mine is flooding and the elevator doesn't work! It's up to Goo to fly to the surface and get some help. She finds Gumbo, who gets Denali and two thousand feet of rope, and hauls everyone safely to the surface. Minga brings back a giant, solid-gold nugget as a souvenir.moreless
    • Goo and the Queen (Part One) / Prickle's Baby Brudder / Goo and the Queen (Part Two)
      Goo and the Queen (Part One): On her way to the children's hospital one day, Goo is stopped by a creepy pterodactyl who claims that she's the only one who can save his queen. So, she follows along, refusing to get suspicious when they enter a book entitled "Queen Witch" or when Queen Xena is oddly insistent that she drink a glass of grape juice before hearing what is ailing the queen. Everyone pretends that it's a big surprise that Goo falls asleep and that the queen turns out to be a witch who steals Goo's magical flying powers to supplement her torched, worthless broom. Goo is locked in the tower and learns the hard way that you should never try to help anyone ever. Prickle's Baby Brudder: Prickle's little brother comes over to visit, but the amusing thing is that he's the size of the barn. Ha ha! Anyway, it seems that he's been accused of burning down a small village and Saint George is after his head. Gumby and Prickle decide that the best thing to do is to take him back to see Saint George, who immediately starts waving his little pointy thing around. Rather than eat him in one bite, Prickle's brother decides to flee. Unfortunately, Saint George manages to keep up, but just as he's about to strike a fatal blow, he's horribly struck by lightning. Gumby quickly blames the burning village on the lightning. And so, Saint George's armor is turned into a lightning rod, Prickle's brother becomes chief of the new fire department, and Saint George takes up fishing. Goo and the Queen (Part Two): Luckily, Goo has a radio hidden in her hair, which she uses to contact Gumby. Gumby and friends come flying to her rescue. With all the resistance of a potted fern from the guards, Gumby steals back Goo's flying powers while Prickle and Pokey break her out of the tower. Absolutely nothing goes right for the witch, and our heroes go home.moreless
    • Minga's Folly / High as a Kite / Proxy Gumby
      Minga's Folly: Prickle stops over to take Minga shopping for a pet bird to make up for the fact that she can't have a pet horse. She falls instantly in love with the most annoying parrot to ever be animated, which is, fortunately enough, $2000 out of their budget. Luckily for her, ostriches are much cheaper than parrots, so Minga gets to go home with a bird she can ride. Unfortunately, it gets spooked and runs off with her. Gumby to the rescue! They run a merry chase through beautiful Ohio before Gumby realizes that it would be a lot quicker and more effective to just let Goo fly over and spit clay at the ostrich and blind it. They end up, miraculously, at Gumby's house and scare Gumba. High as a Kite: Gumby and Prickle enter a kite stunt contest in hopes of winning a free trip to Omaha, Nebraska. Their stunt: launching a hen (Chilly) from their kite. Of course, the Blockheads have entered the contest too and, of course, their rocket stunt doesn't work and, of course, they try to sabotage Gumby's kite with a boomerang. As Gumby's kite goes flying out of control, Goo zips up and flies it herself. Gumby gets first prize and gives it to Goo so she can fulfill her lifelong dream of visiting Omaha, Nebraska. Proxy Gumby: This cautionary tale begins when Gumby's new computer arrives, equipped with the latest in electronic cloning. Gumby makes a clone of himself to perform his menial daily routine so that he can sit at home eating donuts and watching game shows all day. Unfortunately, his clone comes equipped with self-preservation routines that make it smash the Blockheads into jelly and destroy his farm. Gumby's friends realize that something's wrong with "Gumby" and follow him home. Without the restrictions of responsibility and polite society, Gumby has become a fat slob who shuts himself out from all human contact and spends all his time with his computer. (I wonder who that reminds me of.) Luckily, it's all a bad dream, and Gumby wakes up to find that his new computer really has arrived. Learning nothing from his dream, he leaps happily out of bed, presumably to fulfill his horrible nightmare.moreless
    • Moving Experience / Gumby's Close Encounters / Flying Carpet
      Moving Experience: Gumby's family is moving to a new house, seeing as how they have an afternoon and nothing better to do. Unfortunately, they hire the Blockheads as their furniture movers and, as one would expect, G and J spend the entire cartoon destroying everything Gumby's family holds dear as the furniture makes its way into their van, even going so far as to crash their van into the front of the new house and dump everything out on the front lawn. Art Clokey can't write his way out of this mess, so it turns out that it was just Gumby's mom's nightmare. Gumby's Close Encounters: One day, while driving through the country with his friends, Gumby finds himself to be the victim of a horrible abduction by aliens, who need his strong genes to rebuild their race. Unfortunately, Gumby isn't in a very charitable mood, and demands that the aliens give him the ultimate fuel source in exchange for his tissue sample. Since he's in no position to be making demands, the aliens agree and arrange to drop off an ultimate fuel source kit at Kapp's lab. Gumby and friends drive to the rendezvous point, stopping to tell two gas station attendants (the Blockheads) about how they're going to have the ultimate fuel source and that gas will soon be obsolete. So it's really their own fault that the Blockheads follow them to the lab and try to swipe the device when Kapp is distracted. Fortunately, the aliens have the technology to avoid pointless chase scenes by mentally taking the device out of their arms and flying it back to the lab. Kapp hooks it up to Granny's car and steals it. Flying Carpet: The Blockheads, via an evil Cyclopic robot car salesman, convince Granny to spend yet another life savings on a car which lives up to its 10 mile warranty. Gumby and friends return with her to the salesman and demand her money back. The robot assures them that a refund is on its way, and in the meantime, invites them to test-drive a flying carpet in hopes that a ride on the defective carpet will kill them, eliminating the need for a refund. Unfortunately, only Gumby and Prickle fall for the scheme, and they manage to survive by landing in a swimming pool, so the Blockheads decide to strip and make a break for it. They try to fly off on one of their own defective carpets, and what do you know, they're captured and Granny gets her live savings back again.moreless
    • Geese Grief / Fox Hunt / Goo's Pies
      Geese Grief: Gumbo tells Prickle that Minga is forbidden to go into the "Sorcerer's Apprentice" book. Minga go on the slide and accidentally slid into the book. Prickle went inside to get Minga, but the sorcerer turned them into geese. They flew away. Gumba thought Prickle and Minga are geese, but she quickly recognizes her daughter's voice. Gumby comes outside to see the geese, and Prickle explained the whole situation. Gumb took them to see the wizard to reverse the spell. The wizard accidentally dropped his bottle of wind. His room becomes a real mess. Prickle and Minga become depressed, until Gumby found the antidote. They turn back to normal once again. Fox Hunt: The fox comes to the farm to find the chicken to eat. While Gumby and his friends were practicing their music, Chilly is being attacked by the fox. Gumby devises a plan to hunt it down, and teach him a lesson. After the capture, he and his friends pretend to try and roast the fox. Chilly comes in a tells Gumby don't roast the fox. The fox becomes friends with Gumby and enjoyed lunch together. Goo's Pies: Pokey and Prickle are giving out ads to the people in different books. Goo ordered robots to work on baking pies. On their lunch break, the Bockheads mess with the controls and cause chaos in the kitchen. Gumby checked on the pies. Pokey, Prickle, and Goo get trapped in giant pies. The robots start throwing pies at the customers. The Blockheads were laughing at Gumby and his friends, until Chilly found out with they're up to. Gumby and his friends punish the Blockheads by throwing pies in his faces.moreless
    • The Abominable Doughman / The Astrobots / Blocks in the Head
      The Abominable Doughman: Minga's making bread. She leaves the dough in the oven to rise a bit and falls asleep watching a show about the abominable snowman. This leads, inevitably, to a horrible nightmare that the dough rose out of control and turned into a giant human-like monster. It proceeds to grab her and run amok in the city. Gumbo tries to rescue her by blasting the monster with the monitor on his fire truck, but runs out of water. Then Denali shoots it with ice, causing it to melt into a puddle. Minga wakes up and swears never to make bread ever again, unless Denali's around. The Astrobots: The USA's national heroes are disappearing from their books. Sounds like a case for the Gumby detective agency! During a stake out in Toyland, they spot the Blockheads capturing George Washington and selling him to the Astrobots, who seem to have taken up president-collecting. The Blockheads are let off surprisingly easily, making a slick getaway while Gumby and friends focus on investigating the Astrobots' ship and rescuing their captives with their mighty fire extinguishers. Blocks in the Head: Gumby stays up all night studying cubism, leading to a nightmare that everyone in his class has cubic heads and that cubic heads rise out of the checkerboard and that his friends on the farm have cubic heads. The funny thing is, they really don't have cubic heads in Gumby's dream, but he thinks they do. Confused yet? So Gumby goes to see a shrink, who prescribes some medication. It doesn't help. Gumby wakes up and discovers that everything is still right with the world.moreless
    • Funtasia / Rip Van Prickle / Great Mastadon Robbery
      Funtasia:
      It's too soon for another one of these. Okay, so Pokey and Prickle are playing catch with a wooden block, which suddenly turns into a guy with a camera, who takes their picture, eats his camera, and turns into a variety of monsters. Ooo! Suddenly, Gumby drinks a milkshake, turns blue, and starts rolling around on a bridge in a different scene, occasionally jumping into the water. This wasn't what he'd bargained for when he decided to drink his milkshake, so this time he opens his head and pours it in. He's quite happy with this until a thirsty animator opens his head, sticks in a straw, and sucks out the shake. Finally, Gumby and Prickle arrive at an outdoor restaurant where they're waited on by a Blockhead, who does something terrible to Prickle's face every time he passes by. Unfortunately, when he sprays Prickle with water, Prickle becomes huge and crushes the Blockhead, eats a nearby cake, and carries Gumby away. Gumby reads a book about Origami and promptly folds together a thing, which flies away. Unhappy with his work, he takes a new sheet of paper and folds it into a horrible mechanical monster, which terrorizes him and Pokey until the Groobee arrives to capture it. So Gumby decides to ride his skateboard around, at least until the Blockheads smash him flat and steal his board. But Gumby has his revenge, molding himself into a giant boulder and chasing them around. With the Blockheads locked away in a Lego jail, Gumby rides happily away. Surprisingly, the cartoon still isn't over. Gumby and Prickle take a moment to color in a beach scene in a coloring book. Then they enter, presumably to take a nice, peaceful vacation after this strange head trip.

      Rip Van Prickle:
      Prickle sleeps for many, many years, as evidenced by the long hair and beard he wakes up with. Gumby's farm and studio have fallen into disrepair. On his way to reunite himself with his lost friends, Prickle makes many startling discoveries:
      Pokey is president of a delivery company, "Pokey Express"
      Granny is his secretary
      Goo is Secretary of State, and she's negotiated lasting peace in the Middle East
      Professor Kapp, as head of NASA, has created a new space craft and a miracle fuel source
      And Gumby is, of course, president of the USA. One of his accomplishments, as revealed in a terribly exposition-oriented press conference, was to create some vague equal rights bill.
      And yet, like in an episode of The Twilight Zone, none of his friends recognize him, and he's hauled off, thought to be a nut case. Fortunately, it was all a dream, but his friends torment him a bit by pretending not to know him.

      Great Mastadon Robbery:
      The Blockheads lure Denali out of his home with a trail of peanuts, take him to the zoo, and sell him for a giant wad of money! Money! The plan goes off without a hitch. Well, except for the fact that the zoo has no way to safely contain elephants, seeing as how Denali easily busts his door open and escapes. He finds a phone and calls Gumby, who picks Denali up and still finds time to make sure that the Blockheads and their peanut truck get stuck in a lake. The money floats away and a lucky fisherman goes home with a giant wad of money! Gumby and friends sing a bar of "Merrily We Roll Along", since the cartoon wouldn't be complete without that finishing touch.moreless
    • The Wind Bag / Lotta Hot Air / Wild Horse
      The Wind Bag:
      The miserly super villain Ebenezer Scrooge is back to wreak havoc on Gumbyland! He's stolen a magical bag of wind from King Ott's wizard, and he's using it to blow all the toys in Toyland away to another plane of existence, I guess. Then, he will rid the world of toys, and have his revenge. Cad Waliter tells Gumby about the theft, and it's up to Gumby to stand around and wait for the wind to stop so he can apprehend the blithering old idiot. The cartoon ends with Scrooge playing with a train.

      Lotta Hot Air:
      Gumby got himself a hot air balloon! For the first three hours of the cartoon, Gumby laboriously unrolls it, fills it, checks everything, and then we're all ready to go! Gumby, Pokey, and Prickle go for a joy ride which quickly turns ugly when they run out of propane and land in the middle of nowhere. Before they have time to resort to cannibalism, a sasquatch runs at them, obviously with evil intentions. Prickle suddenly remembers that he's a dragon or a dinosaur or something or other and uses his fiery breath to warm up the balloon and carry them to safety.

      Wild Horse:
      It's a bedtime story for Minga! Once upon a time, Gumby and his family lived in Arizona, only Gumby's name was Tom and Minga's name was Sally and everything you ever knew or loved was no more. Everyone on the same page? Good. So, Tom's family made a living breeding and training quarter horses. One day, they "found" a wild quarter horse and Tom tried riding it without employing any particular taming methods. Everyone in the family is shocked that the wild horse isn't instantly comfortable carting people around and decide to throw him away. Of course, Sally knows far more than anyone else in her family about how to train horses, and one day she prompts the horse to talk to her and give her a ride. It sprouts wings and flies her around.moreless
    • Strange Circus Animals / A Gumby Day / A Cottage for Granny
      Strange Circus Animals:
      Gumby really wants to put on a circus, so the minute he comes across a good excuse (it'll be a benefit to help locate missing children), he and his friends are off to various books to capture some circus animals. The action focuses on Gumby and Pokey, who find a little newly-orphaned mastodon named Denali. Reeling the poor distraught dope in with stories of joy and happiness at the circus, they have a brief encounter with a wolf before returning to the farm with him. Goo and Prickle have captured a small dinosaur and a walrus. Gumby laughs hysterically, and there's no circus. Maybe this sets the stage for Gumby's Circus.

      A Gumby Day:
      Yes, it's a day in the life of Gumby. Gumby's day starts with some abuse from the most annoying cuckoo clock in the world. Next, it's a hot shower, followed by getting melted and flushed down the drain. Emerging from the kitchen sink, it's time for a hearty breakfast of oatmeal and carob drink. Yummy! Then, after fighting off the early morning traffic (literally; he's attacked by toy cars), it's off to the farm to train Denali for the circus and pick some vegetables for dinner. Laugh with him as Pokey holds up a bucket for Denali to spit ice cubes into and Denali repeatedly banks them off Pokey's face. Then, it's home for dinner with the family.

      A Cottage for Granny:
      Gumby's grandmother stops by the farm to pick up Gumby, who's supposed to help her go house hunting. He's out, so she decides to go alone, largely despite the fact that her glasses got smashed during her visit and she can't see a thing. It's a perilous journey to her prospective new home, as her near-blindness puts her in several near-fatal situations, and it's really funny! She buys a new house from the Blockheads (just when are people going to learn not to deal with those two?), and Gumby arrives moments later to find out she bought a false front with a view to a landfill. They get Granny's money back from the Blockheads, and Granny promises to be a good little helpless senior citizen and never do anything by herself ever again.moreless
    • Witch Way / Children for Sale / Sleepytime Robbers
      Witch Way:
      This adventure begins, like so many before it, with Minga going down a slide and vanishing into thin air. Prickle and Gumby decide to look for her in the sci-fi thriller Star Witch. After defeating hordes of ghouls and a pumpkin door with his simple fire extinguisher, Gumby makes his way to the auditorium where a generic witch is delighting hundreds of children with her silly shtick. It turns out that everything we know about witches is wrong and that they're merry jokesters, not evil brides of Satan. Everyone has a good laugh at Gumby's expense, and Minga promises to tell Gumby before getting lost in another reality.

      Children for Sale
      One of the problems with reading a book about the Children's Crusade in Gumbyland is that some of the imprisoned children will inevitably escape from the book and ask you to save them from the slave dealers who tricked them into thinking they'd be taken to the Holy Land. Gumby finds himself in this situation and, being the guy he is, simply can't refuse. So, with a little help from a bolt cutter and his ice-spitting mammoth, he enters the book and drives off the ships' crew, who jump overboard at the first sign of danger. Next week: Gumby Vs. The Third Reich.

      Sleepytime Robbers:
      For the first time ever, the Blockheads have a brilliant plan! They've stolen some sleeping potion from King Ott's sorcerer and taken it to a sleepy old-West book. They use it to systematically neutralize the transportation system (since it consists mostly of horses), secure themselves a getaway train, and, once everything is in place, to put the local bankers to sleep and make off with the bags marked with the dollar signs. Once they know what's going on, it takes all of five seconds for Goo to wrap herself around them and for Gumby to recover the loot.moreless
    • The Big Squirt / Little Lost Girl / Command Performance
      The Big Squirt: Professor Kapp wants Gumby to test yet another of his experiments. In this case, it's a fluid that makes plants come to life. Prickle takes it back to Gumby's ranch, but not before pretending he's Super Dude and squirting several toy monsters. Hilarity ensues as the monsters come to life and try to kill him, but he makes it to Gumby's book in one piece. Unfortunately, it gets mixed up with some cleaning fluid, and Goo and Pokey use it to wash the car and tractor. More hilarity ensues as they come to life and it turns out that the tractor doesn't like the car very much. Their rampage about the ranch isn't stopped until the fluid is washed off. And, uh, I guess the toy monsters go on to crush the lives of hundreds of innocents. Little Lost Girl: Our story opens as Minga falls hundreds of feet into a deep, deep hole. (She's fine.) Meanwhile, mother begins to worry about her lost daughter and sends Gumby out to find her. Unfortunately, she didn't tell anyone where she was going. Gumby and Prickle jump to some very fortunate conclusions and go looking for her in a book about caverns. (Good thing she had a poster of a cavern in her room instead of one of her favorite band.) Absolutely nothing interesting happens as Gumby spends the last three minutes of the cartoon bringing Minga up out of the hole. Gumbo then decides that Gumby will work for the fire department, whether he likes it or not. Command Performance: Gumby and friends have been ordered to perform for King Ott on pain of death. Professor Kapp is also invited. On the way to Ott's castle, everyone is stopped by the Black Knight, who plans to hold them ransom, as knights in black armor tend to do. For some reason, he agrees to release them if Gumby can beat him in a duel, just like any thick-headed villain would if he had his enemies right where he wanted them. Fortunately, Professor Kapp remembered to bring the deus ex machina, his Shrink-A-Dink. They shrink the knight small enough so as to be defenseless and continue to Ott's castle. The knight is forced to swear fealty to Ott if he wants to unshrink him.moreless
    • Humbug / Fun Day / Denali Blues
      Humbug:
      The Blockheads join forces with Scrooge to ruin Christmas.
      Fun Day:
      Gumby was given a day off from school to have fun.
      Denali Blues:
      Denali is feeling sad about being too big.
    • Birthday Party in the Middle Ages / The Big City / Of Note
      Birthday Party in the Middle Ages:
      Gumby and his friends are invited to King Ott's birthday party in the middle ages book.
      The Big City:
      After Denali broke Gumby's guitar, Gumby must find a new one.
      Of Note:
      The Blockheads sabotage Gumby's recording sample.
    • Lost Treasure / The Beetle and the Caterpillar / A Smashing Hit
      Lost Treasure: Gumby and friends found a pirate treasure chest.

      The Beetle and the Caterpillar: The Blockheads cause troubles by selling their forest land to developers.

      A Smashing Hit: Prickle's clarinet shatters windows and other glass objects in the city.
    • Mirror-Aculous Recovery / As the Worm Turns / Wild Girls
      Mirror-Aculous Recovery: After the mirror breaks, Gumby and Pokey are trapped in another dimension.

      As the Worm Turns: Gumby tries to save the earthworms from the Blockheads.

      Wild Girls: The fan girls are chasing Gumby and his band.
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