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Episode List



30 Jun. 2008
No Space Like Home
A special two part episode. Pandora and her father had been re-imprisoned. However, the re-imprisonment had also managed to teleport Noah into Maximus' base. When Betty hears of Noah's apparent capture, Betty goes to save him while Paloma tries to defuse the mass hysteria that has hit Moose Jaw. Meanwhile, while Minimus keeps Noah company as a playmate, Maximus employs the Chameleon to disguise himself as Noah, who is subsequently "rescued" by Betty. Returning to Galactic Guardian headquarters, Betty remarks that Noah would make a great Galactic Guardian, just as ...
Night of the Living Mummies/Trick or Creep
Night of the living Mummies: Betty goes to a party at the museum where Penelope's dad has named an Egyptian wing after his daughter. But during the party, Penelope stumbles onto a magic necklace that brings all of the mummies in the museum to life. Trick or Creep: Betty tries to make a monster movie with her friends, but gets interrupted when Maximus invades Earth with an army of pumpkin monsters. Ending Sketch: The DeGill Show: Stupid Alien Tricks - Maximus is the special guest, where he coerces Minimus to turn his body around instead of his head.
Mini-Maximus/Circus Sparkimus
Mini-Maximus: Maximus sends Minimus to Earth to kidnap Purrsey so Maximus can have him all to himself, all while Betty and Purrsey are being "brought closer together" by Betty's mom and a clueless TV psychiatrist (bearing an uncanny resemblance to Dr. Phil). Circus Sparkimus: Betty's plans to go fishing with her dad are interrupted when Barker, an evil circus carney, brings her carnivorous circus to Earth in search of a Galactic Guardian to throw into the ring and makes Sparky the main attraction. Ending Sketch: Sparky Vs. Minimus: Who's The Best Rapper? - Sparky, ...
Shake Your Booga/Cosmic Comicon
While Betty and X-5 are waiting for Sparky to finish using the bathroom after ingesting too many montegoberries, Sparky finds a set of bongo drums at a yard sale, which he buys as a birthday gift for Regeena. As Sparky plays the drums, it awakens Shaka Booga, who discovers that her drums missing. Finding Atomic Roger nearby, she manages to have him take him to Earth and Regeena's party. This does not go unnoticed by Admiral DeGill, who takes a furious Betty (about to dance with Chaz) and Sparky to discover why Atomic Roger has been taken hostage and why she is heading...
The Doomsday Game/Degill and Son
Maximus is playing a killer game of croquet - literally! Earth is in danger of being knocked into the sun and all mayhem breaks loose when it looks like the end of the world is near. Degill and Son: Admiral DeGill discovers he has a son with the evil Pontifadora. Bill DeGill is given free rein over Galactic Guardian headquarters, but is his loyalty to his newfound father, or Pontifadora, who is using him to discover the secret location to Galactic Guardian headquarters? Ending Sketch: Sparky Vs. Minimus: Who's The Most Extreme? - Sparky and Minimus compete in a series...
23 Jan. 2008
Invading Spaces/Make a Wish
Invading Spaces: Betty must defend the people of Earth from becoming tacky Earthonian furnishings, and her bedroom from becoming a "Fuzzy Fushia Forest" Make a Wish: Atomic Rodger accidentally gains the power to grant the wishes of one other person: Betty. With her secret thoughts coming true, Betty starts to lose her mind! Ending Sketch: Sparky Vs. Minimus: Who's The Better Dancer? - Sparky and Minimus dance off at a nightclub in Moose Jaw. Both tire out from exhaustion, and the contest is declared a tie.
30 Jul. 2008
Fairytale Fate/Ice Monsters
Betty's class is assigned homework where they have to compose their own fairy tale. Later, Betty receives a package at Galactic Guardian headquarters, which Sparky discovers is a book by Milton Scrivener. Despite Betty's warnings that Scrivener's alter-ego, The Scribe, is dangerous, Sparky opens the book, which proceeds to suck up Betty, Sparky, X-5, and Noah. They discover that they are trapped inside the book, and each of the book's stories (ironically based on fairy tales such as Little Red Riding Hood and Rapunzel) ends with certain doom for Betty and the crew, ...
31 Jul. 2008
The Way of the Weiner/Pimplepalooza
Spindly Tam works with Noah at the local hot-dog joint, teaching him the way of the weiner, right before he's kidnapped by Maximus and the Betty Clones, the latter of which are framing Betty! Pimplepalooza: The townsfolk have been infected by a plague of zits. Bombshelle is on quest to rid the galaxy of these disgusting creatures, and her journey takes her directly to Atomic Betty's face. Ending Sketch: Crash-Test Noah: Static Spy - Noah tests out a spy suit that uses static cling to stick to walls and ceilings, only to be trapped within a TV show.
1 Aug. 2008
Noah's Bark/Queen for a Day
On the planet Canus Dogillia, Noah insults the inhabitants and is turned into a dog. He and Betty try to figure out who did it, while Noah's dad continues to try to find the location of Galactic Guardian Headquarters. Queen for a Day: Queen Penelobee decides to relocate her evil hive to Earth and picks Galactic Guardian Headquarters as the perfect spot. Meanwhile, a Bangoon experiment with honey has rendered the Galactic Guardians' flashtubes inoperable, while Regeena and Duncan compete in an arcade game contest. Ending Sketch: Sparky and Minimus: Moosejaw Undercover:...
4 Aug. 2008
The Future Is Now
It is Betty's thirteen birthday, and Betty's family and friends are arranging a surprise birthday party. Meanwhile, after years of work, X-5 has managed to complete a working time machine. As a sign of the accomplishment, Admiral DeGill is ordered to present the time machine at the Galactic Council. However, this is a trap set by Maximus, who captures the time machine and travels into the future, with Sparky, X-5, Beatrixo, and Admiral DeGill as hostages. A downcast Betty and Noah, both having eluded capture, returns to Betty's birthday party, where a hand-me-down "...

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