Joe and Pete enter a tall tale contest - whoever loses has to stop telling stories.
Gumby challenges Prickle to a duel.
Gumby and Pokey drag race to Caboodle Corners.
Pokey agrees to allow Gumby to use him in testing his new teleporter machine.
Gumby, Prickle, Pokey and Goo go on a picnic where they are stalked by Indians.
Gumby finds a mysterious box that seems to have an unlimited supply of interesting toys.
Gumby and Pokey visit Aunt Gumbiddy.
Gumby promises the biggest bone in town to Nopey.
Gumby and Pokey stop to buy apples from Tony's apple cart.
Gumby and Pokey can't understand why Nopey is afraid to go through books to adventureland.
Prickle makes a skateboard for Nopey.
Gumby and his pals take a trip to the gold country.
Gumby's dog finds a pair of spectacles.
A bull escapes from the stadium and chases Gumby and Goo.
Gumby is asked to baby-sit a troublesome child, but the young boy manages to turn the tables.
Pokey thinks he is Bust-a-Bronc, the famous rodeo horse.
Prickle remembers his birthday wish and in his excitement, accidentally builds his friends into a cage; a farmer comes and offers to fill the cage with turnips so that Pokey, Gumby and Goo can climb out.
It is Prickle's first birthday and the gang convinces Prickle to make a wish; Prickle locks himself away for fear his friends will trick him into revealing his wish.
Gumby is determined to win a prize at the fair for his pet pig.
Prickle and Goo put on a performance piece, but the pesky Blockheads ruin everything.
Gumby can't eat just one cookie.
Gumby tries to grow coconuts despite the fact the climate won't allow it.
Gumby baby-sits but when Pokey's help is enlisted, trouble begins.
Gumby's fortune is told by a weighing machine.
Puff balls and gold balls get mixed in a miniature golf game.
Gumby creats a machine that can make whatever he wants.
The Moon Boggles escape from their cage at the zoo, causing everyone to panic.
Gumby and Pokey find an old friend who scares the daylights out of them.
The evil professor gets too greedy and ends up in the cooler.
The evil professor can't concentrate due to a noisy piano player next door, so he arranges for Gumby to move the piano away.
Prickle opens a box-making business and quickly angers his customers by painting faces on their items.
Gumby, Prickle, Pokey and Goo are tricked by the nasty soda salesman.
Prickle and Pokey believe they are being chased by the feet of mechanical legs.
Gumby and Pokey stumble across Madam She's Fog School, where dogs can learn to talk; they take a liking to one particular underachiever who can only say "no."
A dog trainer attempts to teach Nopey four new words but finds it far more difficult than he anticipated.
Prickle wants to be an artist without having to study for years.
Gumby introduces some of his human friends as they have a peculiar picnic.
Scientist germs explain that they need oxygen for their rocket ship to investigate a giant eye that has been peering at them.
The professor invents a spray that will shrink objects.
Prickle can't get an ice cream soda because the shopkeeper thinks he is a dragon.
Gumby and Pokey bring Gumburgers to General Washington's army.
General Gage's soldiers pursue Gumby and Pokey when they try to get a message to Paul Revere.
Gumby and Pokey go to the rescue of their friends at Plymouth when they learn that the pilgrims are almost out of food.
A pilgrim boy takes Gumby and Pokey to the Mayflower.
The Gumby League and the Blockheads play baseball.
When the Blockheads get another Groobee, they frame Gumby for kidnapping.
The King's golden egg-laying goose escapes near Gumby and Pokey.
Prickle becomes famous when he rescues a baby.
Pokey and Prickle's game is interrupted by a hornet.
Gumby and Pokey try to solve the case of the missing stuffed animals.
Prickle and Pokey try to use Goo's flute to get out of work.
Gumby finds out that the Blockheads are causing trouble and sends Goo to capture them.
Prickle wins a national pet contest and is awarded a prize golden iguana; the professor mixes a special formula for food that causes the iguana to double in size.
Pokey, Prickle and Goo are captured by the Blockheads to work in their factory.
Fireman Gumby comes to the rescue of Professor Kap and his lab.
Prickle and Goo interview past presidents to help Gumby with his campaign.
Goo gets Pokey in trouble at school.
The Blockheads steal Prickle's hair growing liquid.
Gumby crashes his plane while fighting the Black Baron.
When Prickle is mistaken for a dragon, Gumby must capture the real one.
The Air Force tries to capture a missile bird that Gumby turns into a love bird.
Daniel Boone brings Gumby to Boonesborough.
Gumby gets a box of toys to test and one little locomotive gets out of control.
The Blockheads bother Prickle and Goo.
A bear's clay sculpture comes to life.
Henry and Rodgy sneak on a pirate ship.
Henry and Rodgy rescue a damsel in distress who turns out to be a witch.
Prince Harold searches for a partridge in a pear tree to give as a gift for his girlfriend.
After escaping from his book, Scrooge plans to wreck the toys in the toyshop.
Santa calls on the witch to deliver toys to children.
Gumby enters a space book to get out of doing chores.
Gumby encounters Ricochet Pete while acting as a sheriff in a western town.
Gumby and Pokey are captured by a witch.
Gumby and Pokey find dinosaurs in a hidden valley.
Gumby sculpture comes to life and chases Gumby and Pokey into a book.
Gumby buys a potion that turns watermelons into strange animals.
Gumby and Pokey play with some clay birds and interesting toys.
Gumby heads to the river for a swim, but finds it suddenly dry, only to find that a pair of beavers is behind the lack of water.
Gumby and Pokey go into the forest to dig for buried treasure with a big excavation machine. When they uproot a tree where an owl is sleeping, he tells them a story to show them they need to be more careful while in the woods.
Gumby and Pokey discover cookie decorators and animated bread dough, then they emerge from the oven as cookies on a baking sheet.
Gumby and Pokey visit an automated bakery where they are turned into cookies.
Some of the toys in Gumby's workshop come to life and chase Gumby through an amusement park, where Gumby and Pokey ride the Ferris wheel and the monorail.
Gumby helps a boy get to the rain spirits' cave to end a drought.
Gumby is forced to turn himself into a racer when the one he and Pokey are using is sabotaged by the Blockheads during a competition.
Gumby, Pokey and the Blockheads compete in a car race.
While traveling in the West, Gumby and Pokey find themselves surrounded by a tribe whose members shoot arrows with suction-cup tips.
While trying to deliver the mail, Gumby and Pokey run into a not-so-friendly tribe.
Gumby goes on an adventure to return a magician's wand.
Gumby is trapped in Magic Land by the local police force.
Gumby and Pokey go to Africa to capture a lion to keep Richard The Lion company at the zoo.
Gumby and Pokey attempt to catch a lion to be friends with Richard.
While playing in the toy store, Gumby gets caught in a giant toaster.
Gumby and Pokey try to play an accordion, use a microscope and work a gum machine.
Two marbles that have lost their shape ask Gumby for help.
Gumby's adventure in Dinosaurland includes erupting volcanoes, an earthquake and a dinosaur stampede.
Gumby daydreams about a prehistoric adventure with a dinosaur named Trixie.
A lion sets out to see the world in a sports car.
A lion escapes from the zoo, frightening Gumby and Pokey who are playing in the park.
Gumby plays with a variety of toys in a toy store, including musical instruments, a swimming pool, a rocking horse and a toy train.
Gumby gets to pick his birthday present from the toy store.
Pokey wants to play, but Gumby has work keeping him busy -- until Pokey devises a quick and easy way to finish Gumby's chores.
Gumby uses robots to get his chores done, but when they get out of control, Gumby must get everything back in order.
When he happens upon two lost, sad musical notes, Gumby takes them to music land and tries to cheer them up with his antics.
Too and Loo are music notes who escape from a cracked record.
Gumby uses modern technology to aid a medieval kingdom that is facing famine because mysterious fires are destroying its wheat fields.
The Black Knight challenges Gumby to a joust.
A gopher devises a chemical solution to grow giant corn plants to feed his large -- and hungry -- family, but his clever scheme causes issues for Farmer Glenn.
Gumby helps Pokey at Farmer Glenn's ranch.
The Blockheads want to kidnap Pokey, but their plan has no chance of success until they get rid of Gumby.
Gumby searches for the missing red pony named Pokey.
A car takes Gumby on a wild ride as he searches for his lost coin.
Gumby loses his coin in a mirror and must do everything backwards to locate it.
A rock-like moon creature chases Gumby to a crater, where the moon's lower temperature stiffens Gumby, making him unable to move.
Looking through a telescope, Gumby's parents realize he needs help and set out to rescue him.
Gumby decides to go to the moon in a spaceship.
Gumby and the gang open a circus, with all their friends performing tricks.