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==Episodes==

===Season 1 (2006)===

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|Title=Trouble on Planet Wait-Your-Turn

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|ShortSummary= Michelle and Jason are struggling with taking turns on a new video game. After discovering a toy spaceship, Jason is pulled into the now-flying ship with the penguins, where he learns that he and they are called upon to help an alien planet in danger of burning up in its sun. It turns out that the indigenous people, (who resemble old style Electrolux canister vacuum cleaners) and even the planet itself, are incapable of waiting their turns.

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|Title=The Cheating Scales of Bullamanka

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|ShortSummary=Michelle beats Jason in a game of 'Squid Tac Toad' by cheating. Michelle learns that the penguins are real when she is then taken to the planet of Bullamanka to play the Lizard King in a LARP version of Squid Tac Toad. After finding out that the Lizard also wins by cheating, she learns the importance of playing fairly.

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|Title=The Amazing Carnival of Complaining

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|ShortSummary=Jason and the crew go on a leisure trip to a carnival, but are confronted by carnival barker Uncle Blobb and his diabolical interplanetary real estate scheme as he attempts to turn them into "Seeds of Discontent." Its theme is not complaining about the things we don't have.

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|EpisodeNumber2=4

|Title=Runaway Pride at Lightstation Kilowatt

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|ShortSummary=Michelle joins the Penguins on a mission to restore the signal beacon at Lightstation Kilowatt before the F.S.S Emperor's Pride crashes into a giant cosmic reef. Its theme is overcoming pride.

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|Title=The Doom Funnel Rescue

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|ShortSummary=Jason and the penguins, along with Kevin's robot friend, B.I.N.G., are called on to save a peaceful colony in the Doublewide Constellation which is being threatened by a huge space tornado. Its theme is helping others.

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|Title=Moon Menace on Planet Tell-a-Lie

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|ShortSummary=Jason and the penguins are called on to save planet Tell-a-Lie before its giant moon flattens the planet. But with its people telling only lies, figuring out the truth about what is causing their moon to plummet towards the planet isn't easy. Its theme is telling the truth.

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|EpisodeNumber=7

|EpisodeNumber2=7

|Title=Songs From Cosmic Cafe

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|ShortSummary= Features 3 music videos from the videos which consist of "The Legend of Galaxy Gus" from the episode Moon Menace on Planet Tell-A-Lie, Spaceship Drivin Man from the episode "Doom Funnel Rescue", and Space Surfin' Superstar from the episode "Runaway Pride at Lightstation Kilowatt.

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===Season 2 (2007)===

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|Title=I Scream, You Scream

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|ShortSummary=After returning from a mission, the penguins are unable to bring Jason and Michelle back to Grandmum's house as the galeezel is broken. Until it's fixed the kids have to join the penguins as they battle Cavitus, who's plotting to steal the Space-T-Freeze ship. Cavitus tries to thwart the penguins by getting them angry at each other and accusing them for things they didn't do. Soon everyone learns the importance of knowing all the facts before jumping to conclusions.

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|Title=The Green-eyed Monster

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|ShortSummary=A lesson in envy/jealousy The Penguins visit a small planet divided by a picket fence round the equator and populated by two factions of sheep, each of whom want to conquer the other side. Michelle also has her eyes on Jason's room, which she believes to be bigger than hers. The pervasiveness of Envy causes green-eyed Monsters to appear and eat holes in everything they see. It's only when contentment rules that peace is restored.

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|EpisodeNumber2=3

|Title=Lazy Daze

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|ShortSummary=The kids and Penguin Crew decide to take an undeserved break from their work and have a picnic on Rigel-13. Jason only too gladly sets aside his duties for play. By the time they arrive at Rigel-13, Jason is a full-on sluggard. No sooner do they set out their picnic baskets, than they are set upon by giant 20 foot tall ants! Escape seems impossible, but diligence is the way to a rich soul.

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|EpisodeNumber2=4

|Title=More Is More

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|ShortSummary=The Penguins are sent to Planet Gutt to investigate a problem in their gravitational field. What looks like a simple matter turns out to be an enormous problem. The entire planet has become addicted to the breakfast cereal, Sugar Frosted Black Holes. It causes insatiable appetites for everything. The planet has become lopsided and is in danger of being thrown off course. The Penguins must convince these over-indulgers that moderation is the key, and gluttony only leads to ruin.

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|EpisodeNumber2=5

|Title=Give and Let Give

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|ShortSummary=Michelle refuses to share cupcakes with her brother, as the crew heads up a mission to a planet of Garden Gnomes and Plastic Flamingos who are feuding over water rights on their draught stricken world. Michelle sees that stinginess hurts all parties involved, when the dam on the planet is set to burst and destroy everything. Will they overcome their squabbling and share so that everyone has enough?

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|EpisodeNumber2=6

|Title=Practical Hoax

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|ShortSummary=Jason and Midgel set off a series of practical jokes on board the ship, none of which turn out to be very funny to their victims. Then the crew is asked to act as substitute teachers at the Academy. Jason and Midgel help out and see what it's like to be at the wrong end of a practical joke. Cavitus infiltrates the school in an attempt to defeat the Penguins. Naturally everything comes to a head, and Penguins learn a lesson that a joke isn't funny when it hurts somebody.

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|EpisodeNumber=14

|EpisodeNumber2=7

|Title=Comedy of Errors

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|ShortSummary=Jason takes the stage as a stand-up comedian to take the place of the broken Ventril-o-matic at the Comet Lounge. Trouble is, he gets his material by making fun of his friends. Michelle is especially heartbroken when he reveals a lullaby she sings to herself to get to sleep. Jason comes to a crossroad and has to decide whether to continue this new career path or make amends with his friends.

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|EpisodeNumber2=8

|Title=Compassion Crashin'

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|ShortSummary=Michelle is feeling down and lonely. Jason and the Penguin Crew try to cheer her up, but only succeed in making her feel worse because nobody listens to her; they simply try and put on a happy face in front of her gloom. When they crash land on an asteroid, Michelle is made Queen of the strange tribe that lives there. Will she use her power to force all to listen, or will the crew finally learn the importance of compassion on their own?

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|EpisodeNumber2=9

|Title=Wiki Tiki

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|ShortSummary=The Penguins are called to the island planet of Wiki Tiki, which is in danger of being engulfed by a large volcano. But they are in a hurry to get back to the Comet Lounge for Sol's Aurora Borealis Punch! They set to work too quickly without doing enough research. All of their patchwork efforts fail. Will the impatient crew finally realize they need to slow down, or will their haste leave the planet doomed?

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|EpisodeNumber2=10

|Title=Invasion of the Body Swappers

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|ShortSummary=Michelle is troubled, feeling like she isn't pretty. As she wrestles with her outward appearance, she and Jason join the Penguin crew as they head to the MISO GUAPO beauty products convention where Zidgel is supposed to deliver a speech. Through a bizarre Galeezel accident, Zidgel and Kevin switch bodies, and mayhem ensues.

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|EpisodeNumber2=11

|Title=Git Along Little Doggies

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|ShortSummary=Jason & Michelle help the Penguins crew with a cattle drive on Planet Roo-Tin Toot-Tin. Seems most of the herd has come up missing. But the trail boss, Wild Bill Quasar, is one ornery critter. He has nary a kind word for anybody. The crew learns that a kind word turns away wrath while helping to retrieve Wild Bill's cattle.

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|EpisodeNumber=19

|EpisodeNumber2=12

|Title=Wise Guys

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|ShortSummary=Jason gets a time machine. But he doesn't want to listen to the advice from his elders on how to make it work. Because of a glitch, they crash land on a planet populated by three old Penguins, who just like to dole out unsolicited advice. Then they all realize that Jason's time machine did work, and these old penguins are Midgel, Fidgel and Zidgel in future form. Plus, the old guys (because of their experience) are the only ones who know how to repair the ship and the time machine. It's a lesson in listening to your elders.

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|EpisodeNumber2=13

|Title=Hogs and Kisses

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|ShortSummary=Jason is feeling put upon by everyone. It seems he is being criticized at every turn, so he runs away to be confronted by Cavitus and the Lizard King.

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===Season 3 (2008)===

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|Title=12 Angry Hens

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|Title=Kennel Club Blues

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|Title=Oh, Mercy!

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|ShortSummary= Zidgel and Jason deliver a crown jewel to the Gator king of Mercy Falls, but Zidgel accidentally breaks it while opening the box. As a result, he gets thrown in prison.

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|Title=Promises, Promises, Promises

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|EpisodeNumber=25

|EpisodeNumber2=5

|Title=Do Unto Brothers

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|EpisodeNumber2=6

|Title=Between an Asteroid and a Hard Place

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|EpisodeNumber2=7

|Title=In the Big Place

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===DVD Compilations===

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|Save The Planets!

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|Includes three stories. The first, "The Green-Eyed Monster", features the penguins attempts to restore peace between two groups of sheep. Its theme is jealousy. The second, "More is More", features the penguins trying to save the planet Gutt as the citizens' overeating threatens to throw their planet off course. Its theme is gluttony. The third, "Give and Let Give", features Jason and the penguins teach feuding lawn ornaments to get along. Its theme is sharing.[2]

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|Blast In Space!

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|Includes three stories. The first, "Wiki Tiki", features the penguins attempt to save the island planet of Wiki Tiki from a volcano. Its theme is patience. The second, "Lazy Daze", features Jason and the penguins' struggle against giant ants who have overrun their picnic. Its theme is laziness. The third, "Compassion Crashin'", features Michelle, Jason and the penguins after they crashland on an asteroid and the aliens make Michelle queen. Its theme is compassion.[3]

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|Escape from Planet Hold-A-Grudge!

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|Includes three stories. In the first, "Do Unto Brothers", the Penguins are captured by the evil Cavitus and Jason and Michelle jet to the rescue, but fall into the trap of a Jelly Worm Hole. Its theme is teamwork. In the second, "Oh, Mercy!", Zidgel is thrown into prison after smashing the Crown Jewel of the Gator King of Mercy-Falls. Its theme is forgiveness. In the third, "Between an Asteroid and a Hard Place", The Rockhopper is zapped by a Glue-Ray gun and is trapped on an asteroid with Cavitus and his hideous minions. Its theme is kindness.[4]

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