Molly and Phobo get wet and Gavin makes Talking Soup.
Coral has invented a machine that gathers up sound and puts it to use by helping Hubble revive his plants.
Duster digs up two new friends when he falls down a hole; it turns out to be the entrance to Miranda's laboratory.
An election is being held on Gallyfrip, but any political celebrations are rather disturbed by the landing of a strange satellite that has been circling the planet.
Time stands still as Gallyfrip stops turning; Phobo's putting skills are enlisted to save the planet.
Gavin and Coral have an ice cream making contest, while Homer shows the gang a place no one ever knew existed.
Phobo builds a garden and grows some very unusual plants that walk by themselves.
Phobo mistakes one of Gavin's cakes for an alien monolith and believes that other-worldly beings are on their way to Gallyfrip.
Miranda launches a satellite to explore other planets and the gang makes contact with a familiar alien pal.
Duster goes missing and the gang goes in search of a mysterious mud monster; the two could be one and the same.
Phobo finds a shooting star but loses his peanut butter sausages.
Duster is homesick and Coral plans to repair his spaceship; Molly fails in her attempt to create the perfect mud-splat; Phobo's plan to build a mud pool for Duster is thwarted by a lack of fresh material.
A mysterious comet passes Gallyfrip while Coral starts talking backwards.
An approaching ice moon threatens to turn Gallyfrip into a ball of ice; only Coral and Gavin can find the gravity ball and save the planet.
Molly follows a sleepwalking Gavin and uncovers the mystery of the musical vegetables.
Duster's house gets a fresh lick of the paintbrush, while Coral and Phobo have to be nice to each other.
Hubble has a problem with weed; the gang goes in search of some very hungry, furry animals.
Molly and Coral explore the mysterious lava fields; Duster eats far too many cakes.
Phobo and Gavin go camping and everyone is up all night.
Coral is hit on the head during a cricket game and suffers a personality crisis.
Coral and Phobo are forced to spend more time together than they'd like when they become stuck in "super-sticky-ultra-gloop"; Homer takes an unusual photograph.
Miranda suddenly finds herself in possession of 37 paper spaceships when the gang spring cleans.
Molly paints such a beautiful view that Duster wants to move there.
Phobo and Duster are trapped among giant plants, while Gavin is allowed to drive one of Coral's machines.
The gang goes kite flying, while Duster goes in orbit.