Willy Wombat battles Taz; Mr. Thickly's birthday cake is missing.
Taz and Dog the Turtle go to the Platypus Brothers' house, where Taz gets lost; Bull becomes depressed.
Hugh and Taz declare war on the Bushrats when they discover the little band carrying off Hugh's prized oranges.
Taz spreads Christmas cheer.
Taz's TV show is interrupted by a storm, but when he tries to fix the reception he is constantly struck by lightning; Taz volunteers to get the autograph of a famous wrestler for Constance, but ends up fighting for it.
Willy Wombat tries to befriend Taz, but Taz is forced to live up to his job description as a predator; Molly challenges Taz to a ballet duel.
Taz must cross piranha-infested waters to get his hands on a tasty egg; Taz accidentally breaks his mom's vase.
When Taz fails to repair holes he's made in the family home, the Platypus Brothers arrive to teach Taz the art of house repair; meanwhile, Wendel thinks that perhaps the zoo might be the perfect preserve for him.
Taz's shadow comes to life while he plays with a basketball and a fight ensues; Digeri Dingo takes advantage of Taz's family's hospitality by faking a broken leg but soon gets much more attention than he bargained for.
The Bushrats move into the hotel Tazmania.
While scavenging, Dingo finds a magic lamp with a genie inside; when the genie insists that Dingo perform three difficult tasks before he will grant the customary three wishes, Dingo coerces Taz into completing the tasks.
Taz, Hugh and Uncle Drew are challenged to a game of golf.
Taz enters a competition to win a trip to Bob's World of Beef; Taz and Digeri Dingo are after a rare bottle cap belonging to Kee Wee.
Jake is attacked by a pair of gorillas; the VP of Bandicoot Broadcasting screens the pilot episode of the program.
After a magic ray zaps Taz and the Gators down to insect proportions, the chase continues through a microscopic world.
The Taz boys cause chaos when they are left to their own devices for the day; Taz comes between the otherwise inseparable Platypus Brothers.
Taz's family pulls together to help him kick his comic book habit.
Wendal Wolf disguises himself as a turtle so that he can play with Taz; Buddy Boar gives Taz a cassette to change his personality.
Taz's mother decides that they should spend the day doing fun things together; Taz has to rescue Constance when she is kidnapped by trappers Bull and Axl.
In need of money for a motorbike, Taz gets a job at the Hotel Tazmania.
Taz is left at home with his little brother when his mom and dad go to visit his grandmother; unfortunately, Taz then gets into an escalating argument with his sister, Molly.
Taz's father, Hugh, decides to give the boy a few lessons in the finer aspects of life, but he soon discovers that he is more like Taz than he thought.
Taz discovers that his pet dog is really a turtle that has been raised as a wild animal.
Bushrats attack Taz's home; Didgeri Dingo goes treasure hunting.
Taz's mom and dad leave him at home with his little brother, and Taz gets into an escalating argument with his sister, Molly; the Platypus Brothers enlist Taz to help test their flying inventions.
Taz's father, Hugh, decides to give the boy a few lessons in the finer aspects of life, but he soon discovers that he is more like Taz than he thought; Bushlad of the Mudpeople hunts for a Tasmanian Devil on a mission to prove himself.
Taz is in a world filled with Kee-Wee birds; Taz is in need of money and battles his seemingly-indestructible piggy bank; Taz contemplates nature and his enslavement for food.
Taz hunts an emu egg; Willie Wombat wants his own cartoon; Taz's singing is part of a CD collection.