An ancient Egyptian empress suffers from insomnia and it's up to Lazy to teach her how to do what he does best -- sleep!BR> When Gargamel's Egyptian incarnation puts the Smurfs to work on building a monument for his cat pharoah Azra, they wake a mummy!
The Smurfs must rescue a child emperor from the clutches of Gargamel's ancient Chinese self when he plans on taking over the throne. When Smurfette is pricked by a magical plant in the ancient city of Babylon, everything she touches turns into a plant.
Nobody believes Hefty when he tells the other Smurfs of a huge serpent until Gargamel's Scottish counterpart captures them. Smurfette becomes a horse jockey to help a Scottish ghost rescue his kidnapped horse.
Tailor's Magic Needle: It's spring again and Tailor Smurf announces he will start taking orders for all the Smurfs' new clothes. Soon he has lots of orders and begins work. It is not long before he realises that he has too much work to do. With Brainy he creates a magic sewing needle to help him. Things get worse when the Smurfs realise that the magic needle sews faster than Tailor and he soon finds himself out of work. Once again turning to Brainy for help, they cast a spell on the needle. Now it starts flying round the village undoing things, putting the whole ...
The Smurf Apprentice: Clumsy, wanting to be popular, steals one of Gargamel's magic spells that backfires and turns him into a dragon. Vanity Fare: Gargamel's magic mirror traps Vanity Smurf inside it and Smurfette and Brainy rush to his rescue. Once inside the mirror-world, they cause a giant explosion that shatters the glass enclosure and hurry back to their smurfy village.
Papa Smurf loses his temper -- just like the bulls chasing the Smurfs around the streets of Spain. Brainy and Greedy are caught up in a civil war between two groups of tiny people off the coast of Spain.