The Chucks unleash the legendary Mop of Majesty and use it to clean up the town. But things get complicated when 'Lord Filth' is unleashed upon the town!
Aliens have invaded Ding-A-Ling Springs and it's Armageddon. Dilweed and Fungus mistakenly think it's 'Costume Day' at Pin Heads.
The Chucks and Buford are on their way to a friend's birthday party when Fungus runs into the woods for a bathroom break. Inadvertently he swaps places with an identical-looking baby Big Foot.
Dilweed and Fungus enter a strongman competition, but lose badly.
Buford yells so much at Dilweed and Fungus that he runs out of spit!
Dilweed and Fungus go out in search of Woodchuck Morris, the only known spit donor match to save Buford.
Dilweed and Fungus dig a massive hole in search of their keys.
Dilweed and Fungus accidentally injure Lenny the Crossing Goose and so they offer to watch his corner for him until he can return.
The Chucks train toddlers to help them keep watch after sleep robbers steal their TV.
Dilweed and Fungus act as Buford's lawyers when he's accused of stealing the Salmon of Justice.
Dilweed and Fungus think Woodchuck Morris is calling to give them directives, but it's really Hooves who is trying to protect his prize gourd from them.
Dilweed and Fungus go to a taping of their favourite show, the 'Winky the Mole Show', but they accidentally wander onto set and become stars on live TV.
Dilweed and Fungus accidentally lose Hooves' prized kite and need to rescue it before he finds out.
Dilweed and Fungus try to help Buford out by setting Hooves up on a date with Granny.
Quills' strange history is revealed when odd Russian bears show up at Pinheads.
Dilweed and Fungus find a caveman living in a block of ice.
Buford teams up with a mysterious hero in an attempt to fleece Dilweed and Fungus out of their Key to the City.
After the Groundhog sees his shadow, Dilweed and Fungus promise to bring an end to a terrible winter.
Buford comes up with the greatest insult ever, but Dilweed and Fungus misinterpret it as the greatest nickname ever.
Dilweed and Fungus follow Hooves sneaking off one night, and discover he's a member of a strange moose club.
Dilweed and Fungus are lost at sea when they meet a strange new friend.
Thanks to Dilweed and Fungus, most of Ding-a-Ling Springs gets stranded on a deserted island.
Buford gets amnesia and thinks he and the Chucks are best friends.
Dilweed and Fungus accidentally become rich.
Buford convinces the Chucks they've fallen asleep and awoken 1,000 years in the future; a future with no Woodchuck Morris.
Fungus puts on Granny Butternut's old glasses and they make him a genius.
Dilweed and Fungus settle on the couch with popcorn to watch a movie but can't find their 3D glasses.
Desperate to get more of the doctor's lollipops, Dilweed and Fungus go about making themselves sick and in the process they conjure up a giant snot monster.
Dilweed and Fungus go to meet Woodchuck Morris at a mall signing, but they're stunned to discover it's just a dude in a costume!
The Chucks have Crispin over for a sleepover party, but his dad's security team turns the house into a fortress.
Hooves loses his house on a game show thanks to the Chucks and their questionable knowledge of Woodchuck Morris.
Dilweed and Fungus are given the chance to help make a meal for Woodchuck Morris by using the corn that's growing out of Fungus' ear.
The Chucks try to help Quills get rid of her hiccups, but instead they end up scaring the needles right off of her.
Dilweed and Fungus go to war with the trees, razing the whole town, much to the chagrin of some very angry and now homeless birds.
Dilweed and Fungus get a robot Woodchuck Morris and it is incredible.
Quills saves the Chucks' lives, so now they must save her life - whether she wants it or not.
Dilweed and Fungus accidentally ruin the biggest story of Dawn Dingledash's career and end up getting her fired.
After getting his tail flattened at the fair, Buford convinces Fungus he's turning into a beaver.
Fungus has a tapeworm living inside him and it starts to take control of his actions.
The Chucks become convinced that Dilweed has a lucky foot that can grant wishes with a swift kick to the rear.
Dilweed and Fungus are terrorised by Quills' new Pinheads promotion; a giant, flappy armed waving balloon.
Mr Mayor grants Buford one wish, and he wishes for kung fu to be banned in all Ding-a-Ling Springs.
The Chucks discover that Fungus and not Dilweed is the older brother by 15 seconds.
Two idiotic woodchuck vigilantes use their clumsy kung fu skills to protect the lives of the citizens in Ding-a-Ling Springs - whether they need it or not.
When Buford 'accidentally' washes Dilweed's kung-fu belt, the Chucks believe he has lost all his kung-fu knowledge.
Hooves auditions to join Le Fancy Club, but when the Chucks show up pretending to be his butlers, will he be able to keep things fancy?
The Chucks mistake Hooves for the real Santa Claus, and turn his life into a North Pole nightmare.
When Buford refuses to go to the Chucks' holiday party (again), he is visited by the ghosts of woodchucks past.
The Chucks take over a tour bus, believing that someone on there is a villain.
When Buford finds out that Dilweed and Fungus are terrified of dryer lint, he hatches a linty plan to drive them out of Ding-A-Ling Springs for good.
The Chucks bring Buford to a summer camp.
Dr. Sinister returns and plants a mind-control tooth in Dilweed's mouth.
Fungus wakes up one morning to find that Dilweed is missing. Not wanting to be alone, he becomes best friends with Hooves.
The Chucks look for buried treasure.
Fungus attracts an enthusiastic little boy as a fan. What he doesn't know is that the kid isn't as innocent as he seems.
When Fungus' beloved teddy bear, Samson, goes missing, he is forced to enter the 'Me and My Stuffy' contest using Buford as his pretend stuffy.
It's time for Hooves' detested family reunion, but he's so tired the Chucks can't wake him up. The Chucks take the sleeping Hooves anyway.
The Chucks promise Quills they'll drum up business for Pinheads using their own unique style of promotion.
The Chucks go camping with Hooves but quickly come to believe he is in fact a notorious escaped criminal.
The Chucks want to visit Woodchuck Morris in the hospital.
Dilweed and Fungus run afoul of a pair of wrestlers and have to rely on Buford to train them for the resulting wresting match.
It's time for the Ding-A-Ling Springs annual pie bake-off, so the Chucks help Granny guard her prized entry from her greatest rival, Granny Sweetcorn.
The Chucks need to relax, so they take a vacation at Grandma Butternut's B&B, where an annoyed Buford has to find a way to get them to leave.
The town has a bug infestation problem, but when the unaware Chucks eat all the bug repellent, how will the town be saved?
Buford convinces Fungus that a giant tree will soon grow out of his nose, leaving him stranded forever. So the Chucks decide to make Fungus' 'final day' his most fun ever.
The Chucks invite themselves over to Hooves' new backyard pool. Unfortunately, Hooves has a long list of pool rules.
Quills is staying over at the Chucks' place and is transformed into a Chuck after she accidentally watches the entire Woodchuck Morris tape in her sleep.
Fungus stays in the bath too long and his skin gets pruney. So Dilweed checks him into an old people's home.
Fungus becomes handsome.
It's Valentine's Day and the Chucks think that Hooves has stolen Grandma's heart, literally. They have to get it back!
After Dilweed tries to swat an annoying fly, Fungus opens up a fly sanctuary in the Chuck household.
The Chucks blindfold themselves for a new Way of the Chuck training regime and quickly spread chaos all around town.
Somebody is in competition for Quill's business.
When Buford finds out Quills can perform mouth-to-mouth resuscitation, he decides he needs to find a way to get her to perform it on him.
The Chucks introduce Granny to the exciting world of the Way of the Chuck, and she loves it, a little too much!
Fungus finds an official Woodchuck Morris 1 badge in his cereal. The Chucks believe he is now 'number one', until the badge blows off him and around the town.
The town has a friendly new mascot, but whenever he's left alone with the Chucks, he is mean to them.
Buford reprograms the Chucks' talking Woodchuck Morris doll, in an effort to make them do whatever he says.
The Chucks give Buford a lift.
Hooves has a new security system for his house.
When a new neighbour moves onto the Chucks' street, they become convinced that he is pure evil.
Dilweed and Fungus' relationship is threatened when Fungus falls in love with a toaster.
The Chucks open up a useless kung-fu school, but when Buford accidentally ends up with a black tie around his waist, they hail him as a black belt master!
Grandma Butternut is sick of Buford's irresponsible behaviour, so she hires Dilweed and Fungus to babysit him.
Buford agrees to help Quills with a party she's throwing, then he's horrified to discover that she's celebrating Dilweed and Fungus!
A kung fu friend of theirs is kidnapped and the Chucks go on a rescue mission.
Buford sells the Chucks a fake Woodchuck Morris fart in a jar. But when the jar seems to give the Chucks amazing luck in everything they do, he wants it back!
After watching a Woodchuck Morris movie, the Chucks are convinced that the bad guy has come to pay a visit to their next-door neighbour, Hooves.
Left alone at night in charge of Pinheads, Dilweed and Fungus think the bowling alley is being attacked by evil ninja mummies.
When the Chucks take sweet Grandma Butternut grocery shopping, a series of unfortunate events causes them to think she has become an evil super villain.
The Chucks found a potato charity to help the children of Ding-A-Ling Springs. Then they take Buford's favourite couch, thinking he has donated a giant potato.
Dilweed and Fungus want to meet Woodchuck Morris at Hooves's school reunion.