Freakazoid! Season 1
Freakazoid! Season 1
First Air Date: September 09, 1995
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Washington, D.C. has a new defender: Freakazoid. The comedy (and sanity) never stops when he's around and he's only one of the weird heroes of the series! It's better than a nice tub of good things!
1x13 The Wrath of Guitierrez (February 17, 1996)
This episode involves Armondo Guitierrez, whose company created the Pinnacle microchip that turned Dexter Douglas into Freakazoid (gasp!). After using an internet connection and special series of keystrokes, Guttierrez escapes into cyberspace, and begins to mess things up for Freakazoid. After traveling into cyberspace, Freakazoid meets a new and improved Armondo. After a wrist-timer is wired to his wrist, Freakazoid has one hour to go through the game 'Amazing Castle's to find the key to unlock it, otherwise he will be deleted.
1x12 House of Freakazoid / Sewer or Later (February 10, 1996)
Freak must rescue a werewolf from his cursed state, and delve into the sewers after a pack of jewel thieves led by the Cobra Queen.
1x11 Next Time, Phone Ahead / Nerdator (February 03, 1996)
The cartoon is cut short when the show's lazy writers decide to end the episode early to show more 'Animaniacs' reruns. However, Steven Spielberg won't stand for it, and unleashes his vision to finish the cartoon right. Dexter Douglas soon meets a strange alien named Mo-Ron, who becomes lost from his alien friends. Dexter helps Mo-Ron phone home, and soon all is well-that is, until the long distance charges roll in.
1x10 In Arm's Way / The Cloud (December 16, 1995)
Freak goes Christmas shopping and searches for the answer to a mysterious cloud which seems to be turning people into zombies.
1x09 Relax-O-Vision / Fatman and Boy Blubber / Limbo Lock-Up / Terror Palace (November 25, 1995)
In order to provide a more calming effect to today's rather violent cartoons, the network censors initiate 'Relax-o-Vision.' The process projects peaceful scenes of tranquility over more violent parts of the day's cartoon. Freakzoid tolerates the interference with his show, until he finally decides to take matters into his own hands against the censors.
1x08 Hot Rods from Heck / A Time for Evil (November 18, 1995)
Freak foils a plot to use robotic cars to steal nuclear weapons. The Huntsman goes in search of crime.
1x07 The Chip (Act IV) / Freakazoid is History (November 11, 1995)
The conclusion to the story of Freak's origins. A vortex sucks Freak into the past.
1x06 The Chip (Acts I - III) (November 04, 1995)
Jack Valenti hosts the story of how Freakazoid got his powers and the promise of seeing a grown man wrestle a bear.
1x05 Foamy the Freakadog / Office Visit / Ode to Leonard Nimoy / Emergency Broadcast System (October 07, 1995)
A rabid dog-like creature becomes Freak's new sidekick; Lord Bravery fights bureaucracy over his name; Fan Boy rhapsodizes over his quest for Spock's autograph; Freak teaches Norwegian.
1x04 And Fan Boy Is His Name / Lawn Gnomes Chapter IV: Fun in the Sun / Freak's French Lesson (September 30, 1995)
In the first segment (And Fanboy is his Name), an pudgy teenager calling himself Fanboy tries to become Freakazoid's sidekick. The second segment deals with the story of 4 gnomes, who after causing mischief for vikings many years in the past, are turned to stone by day, but come to life at night to help mankind. The final segment (Frenching with Freakazoid) has our hero teaching French to the audience.
1x03 Mo-Ron / The Sewer Rescue / The Big Question / The Legends Who Lunch (September 23, 1995)
A forgetful alien tries to recall his message for mankind, Lord Bravery's first act as a superhero hopeful turns out to be a problem, aliens circles the Earth in hopes of finding an answer to the eternal question of the universe and elderly superheroes dine and recall their glory days.
1x02 Candle Jack / Toby Danger in Doomsday Bet / The Lobe (September 16, 1995)
Freakazoid rescues campers from a monster and narrowly escapes a lobotomy. Toby Danger must stop Dr. Sin.
1x01 Five Day Forecast / Dance of Doom / Hand Man (September 09, 1995)
Freakazoid does the weather, rescues a hostage high-school dance and loses a sidekick to marriage.