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PuffRuff School is an American animated television series created by TjsWorld2011 for the Fox Broadcasting Company. The series is primarily set at the fictional PuffRuff Middle School in San Francisco, California, and centers on the lives of four students: Emily "MJ" Jordan, Kirby Ableman, Pyro Rexton, and Andrew Anderson. Originally conceived as a satire of teen drama television series, it features a wide range of running gags and cultural references, and ran from October 9, 1994 to May 23, 2004, airing a total of 221 episodes over the span of ten seasons.

PuffRuff School was the first series produced by TjsWorld2011 Entertainment and Pyro R. Productions (later Imperium Entertainment). The series' character designs are influenced by that of Whoopass Stew! A Sticky Situation, a 1992 short film made by Tj's close friend Craig McCracken. Tj had previously used the style on his first film Operation Blue (1993), and the initial success of that film and PuffRuff School convinced McCracken to eventually pitch his own show, titled The Powerpuff Girls, to Cartoon Network. Having used traditional ink-and-paint animation since Season 1, PuffRuff School switched to digital ink-and-paint starting with the Season 6 episode "Field of Daydreams" in 2000.

During its run, the series spawned various spin-off media, including video games, comics, toys, and a feature film. The series has been praised for its humor, dialogue, and writing, and earned two Primetime Emmy Award nominations during its run. In 2013, PuffRuff School was placed at number 47 on TV Guide's list of the "60 Greatest Cartoons of All Time".

The following is a list of episodes of the series by season.

Series overviewEdit

Season Episodes Originally aired DVD release
Season premiere Season finale
1 14 October 9, 1994 March 19, 1995 December 11, 2001 (Region 1)
2 23 September 17, 1995 May 19, 1996 August 20, 2002 (Region 1)
3 22 September 22, 1996 May 18, 1997 December 9, 2003 (Region 1)
4 23 September 21, 1997 May 17, 1998 August 3, 2004 (Region 1)
5 24 September 20, 1998 May 16, 1999 December 13, 2005 (Region 1)
6 23 September 19, 1999 May 21, 2000 August 15, 2006 (Region 1)
7 24 September 17, 2000 May 20, 2001 December 19, 2006 (Region 1)
Film August 17, 2001 January 21, 2002
8 21 September 30, 2001 May 12, 2002 July 17, 2007 (Region 1)
9 23 September 22, 2002 May 18, 2003 December 4, 2007 (Region 1)
10 24 September 21, 2003 May 23, 2004 July 8, 2008 (Region 1)

Episode listEdit

Season 1 (1994–95)Edit

Main article: Season 1
No. overall No. in season Episode title Production code Original airdate
1 1 "Pilot" 1N01 October 9, 1994
2 2 "The Wiz Kid" 1N02 October 16, 1994
3 3 "Octoberween" 1N04 October 23, 1994
4 4 "Green with Envy" 1N03 October 30, 1994
5 5 "The Hostess with the Mostest" 1N05 November 6, 1994
6 6 "Par Wars" 1N06 November 13, 1994
7 7 "Field Trip of Doom" 1N07 November 27, 1994
8 8 "The Christmas Episode" 1N14 December 4, 1994
9 9 "Kirby the Lie Detector" 1N08 February 5, 1995
10 10 "Milkshaken Identity" 1N09 February 12, 1995
11 11 "Pyro's Secret Admirer" 1N13 February 19, 1995
12 12 "Great Dodgeballs of Fire" 1N10 February 25, 1995
13 13 "Friday the 14th" 1N11 March 12, 1995
14 14 "Television Is an Idiot Box" 1N12 March 19, 1995

Season 2 (1995–96)Edit

Main article: Season 2
No. overall No. in season Episode title Production code Original airdate
15 1 "Quest for the Cup" 2N01

September 17, 1995

16 2 "The Pros and Cons of Science" 2N02 September 24, 1995
17 3 "Breakfast at Andrew's" 2N05 October 8, 1995
18 4 "Wild Arts Can't Be Broken" 2N04 October 15, 1995
19 5 "Octoberween II: The Reckoning" 2N03 October 29, 1995
20 6 "Kirby Gets a "C"" 2N06 November 5, 1995
21 7 "Video Maid" 2N07 November 12, 1995
22 8 "The Babysitter" 2N08 November 19, 1995
23 9 "The Other Christmas Episode" 2N10 December 10, 1995
24 10 "Boy Meets Tilt-a-Whirl" 2N09 January 14, 1996
25 11 "Space: The Second-to-Last Frontier" 2N11 January 21, 1996
26 12 "Andrew's the Man" 2N12 February 11, 1996
27 13 "Symphony of Instruction" 2N16 February 18, 1996
28 14 "One Flu Over Kirby's House" 2N14 February 25, 1996
29 15 "Thanks for Nothing" 2N15 March 10, 1996
30 16 "Booger Rush" 2N13 March 17, 1996
31 17 "Spring Breaking the Law" 2N17 March 24, 1996
32 18 "Ploy Story" 2N18 April 7, 1996
33 19 "Fatal Distraction" 2N20 April 14, 1996
34 20 "She Came In Through the Bathroom Window" 2N22 April 28, 1996
35 21 "Anderson vs. Anderson" 2N21 May 5, 1996
36 22 "Witless for the Prosecution" 2N19 May 12, 1996
37 23 "Pyro Gets Busted" 2N23 May 19, 1996

Season 3 (1996–97)Edit

Main article: Season 3
No. overall No. in season Episode title Production code Original airdate
38 1 "2001: A Kirby Odyssey" 3N02 September 22, 1996
39 2 "The Great Pillow War" 3N01 September 29, 1996
40 3 "Two Boys and a Sailor" 3N03 October 6, 1996
41 4 "Octoberween III: The Final Chapter" 3N05 October 15, 1996
42 5 "Mad About Hugh" 3N04 November 10, 1996
43 6 "Demolition Boy" 3N06 November 17, 1996
44 7 "Obligatory Thanksgiving Special" 3N10 November 24, 1996
45 8 "Boys 'R' Us" 3N07

January 12, 1997

46 9 "The War of the Poses" 3N08 January 19, 1997
47 10 "She Loves Me Not" 3N09 February 9, 1997
48 11 "Journey to the Center of the School" 3N10 February 16, 1997
49 12 "Weekend at MJ's" 3N11 February 23, 1997
50 13 "Kirbypendence Day" 3N12 March 9, 1997
51 14 "The Hat in the Sack" 3N13 March 16, 1997
52 15 "Kirby Ableman: Food Detective" 3N15 March 23, 1997
53 16 "Big Trouble in Little China Shop" 3N14 April 6, 1997
54 17 "Pyro: The Boy and His Dream" 3N16 April 13, 1997
55 18 "Kirby's Girlfriend" 3N18 April 20, 1997
56 19 "Messin' with the Mall" 3N20 April 27, 1997
57 20 "The Thing from Another Room" 3N19 May 4, 1997
58 21 "The Endless Bummer" 3N22 May 11, 1997
59 22 "Prom Night" 3N21 May 18, 1997

Season 4 (1997–98)Edit

Main article: Season 4
No. overall No. in season Episode title Production code Original airdate
60 1 "Roller Cowards" 4N02 September 21, 1997
61 2 "Night of the Living Head" 4N01 September 28, 1997
62 3 "Poll Model" 4N03 October 5, 1997
63 4 "Toast Busters" 4N06 October 12, 1997
64 5 "Let's Do the Time Warp Again" 4N04 November 9, 1997
65 6 "Attack of the Killer Shoes" 4N05 November 16, 1997
66 7 "They Call It Junior Football" 4N07 November 23, 1997
67 8 "I Won't Be Home for Christmas" 4N08 December 7, 1997
68 9 "Principal MJ" 4N09 January 11, 1998
69 10 "Robbin' the Hood" 4N11 January 18, 1998
70 11 "Detention Convention" 4N12 February 8, 1998
71 12 "The Robe" 4N10 February 15, 1998
72 13 "A Matter of Principal" 4N13 February 22, 1998
73 14 "House Party Arrest" 4N15 March 8, 1998
74 15 "The Saw Prank Redemption" 4N14 March 15, 1998
75 16 "A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to the Conference" 4N16 March 22, 1998
76 17 "The Friend of My Friend Is My Enemy" 4N17 April 5, 1998
77 18 "Ask and You Shall Receive" 4N18 April 12, 1998
78 19 "Stuck on a Plane" 4N20 April 19, 1998
79 20 "The Accidental Pianist" 4N19 April 26, 1998
80 21 "You Take Your Car, I'll Take My Board" 4N21 May 3, 1998
81 22 "Will Success Spoil Kirby Ableman?" 4N22 May 10, 1998
82 23 "Pyro & Andrew: A Grand Day Out" 4N23 May 17, 1998

Season 5 (1998–99)Edit

Main article: Season 5
No. overall No. in season Episode title Production code Original airdate
83 1 "Take the Funny and Run" 5N02 September 20, 1998
84 2 "Scene and Not Scene" 5N03 September 27, 1998
85 3 "Brother, Can You Spare a Quarter?" 5N01 October 4, 1998
86 4 "Andrew Gets Rich" 5N04 October 11, 1998
87 5 "Five Days of the Condo" 5N05 October 25, 1998
88 6 "Wheels of Misfortune" 5N07 November 8, 1998
89 7 "Stealing Home" 5N06 November 15, 1998
90 8 "Mo' Brother Blues" 5N08 November 22, 1998
91 9 "The Sinking of the SS Frenchfry" 5N09 November 29, 1998
92 10 "The Bust Blows Forward and the Bust Blows Back" 5N10 December 6, 1998
93 11 "It's a Blunderful Life" 5N11 December 13, 1998
94 12 "Andrew and the Amazing Technicolor Paintbrush" 5N12 January 24, 1999
95 13 "MJ's Big Break" 5N13 February 7, 1999
96 14 "For Love and/or Money" 5N14 February 14, 1999
97 15 "A Brief History of America" 5N15 February 21, 1999
98 16 "Sunday Sunday Monday" 5N18 March 7, 1999
99 17 "I Know What You Did Last Wednesday" 5N16 March 14, 1999
100 18 "The Kirbtalian Job" 5N17 March 21, 1999
101 19 "Mike & Westley's Excellent Adventure" 5N19 April 11, 1999
102 20 "I've Got You Under My Skin" 5N20 April 18, 1999
103 21 "A Room with a New View" 5N22 April 25, 1999
104 22 "I Left My Phone in San Francisco" 5N21 May 2, 1999
105 23 "All About MJ" 5N23 May 9, 1999
106 24 "Think of the Children" 5N24 May 16, 1999

Season 6 (1999–2000)Edit

Main article: Season 6
No. overall No. in season Episode title Production code Original airdate
107 1 "Das Blimp" 6N01 September 19, 1999
108 2 "Much to Do About Nothing" 6N02 September 26, 1999
109 3 "War and Pizza" 6N04 October 10, 1999
110 4 "The Phantom Tennis" 6N03 October 17, 1999
111 5 "Jeerleaders" 6N05 October 24, 1999
112 6 "Tropical Hot Dog Night" 6N06 November 7, 1999
113 7 "Operation Metalbot" 6N08 November 14, 1999
114 8 "The Great Pain Robbery" 6N07 November 21, 1999
115 9 "Everybody Cut Root-loose" 6N09 November 28, 1999
116 10 "Mr. Ableman Goes to Washington" 6N10 January 23, 2000
117 11 "Substitute Impeacher" 6N11 February 6, 2000
118 12 "The Date (or, How I Learned to Stop Worrying and Like MJ)" 6N13 February 13, 2000
119 13 "War of the Words" 6N12 February 27, 2000
120 14 "Little Man on Campus" 6N14 March 12, 2000
121 15 "None of Your Business" 6N15 March 19, 2000
122 16 "Top Nun" 6N16 March 26, 2000
123 17 "Field of Daydreams" 6N17 April 2, 2000
124 18 "...And on the Seventh Day, Rest" 6N18 April 9, 2000
125 19 "The Week of Living Dangerously" 6N20 April 16, 2000
126 20 "Confessions of a Mediocre Artist" 6N21 April 23, 2000
127 21 "Do the Wright Thing" 6N19 May 7, 2000
128 22 "The Analog Kid" 6N22 May 14, 2000
129 23 "Chili Com Carnival" 6N23 May 21, 2000

Season 7 (2000–01)Edit

Main article: Season 7
No. overall No. in season Episode title Production code Original airdate
130 1 "Pool Party Prisoners" 7N01 September 17, 2000
131 2 "The Blair Snitch Project" 7N03 September 24, 2000
132 3 "Our Dearest MJ Is Getting Older" 7N02 October 8, 2000
133 4 "The Faketrix" 7N04 October 15, 2000
134 5 "Mortimer's Murder" 7N05 October 29, 2000
135 6 "Cafeteria Monopoly" 7N07 November 5, 2000
136 7 "Wreck-fast of Champions" 7N06 November 12, 2000
137 8 "Cool Hand Pyro" 7N08 November 19, 2000
138 9 "Andrew Goes to Jail" 7N09 November 26, 2000
139 10 "Miracle on Rockwell Street" 7N11 December 10, 2000
140 11 "Ice Heist Baby" 7N12 January 21, 2001
141 12 "The Idiot" 7N10 February 4, 2001
142 13 "Once Upon a Time in the Midwest" 7N13 February 11, 2001
143 14 "Hockey Schmockey" 7N14 February 18, 2001
144 15 "A Haus Divided" 7N17 February 25, 2001
145 16 "Online with No Fine" 7N15 March 4, 2001
146 17 "The Inner Beauty of a Cactus" 7N16 March 11, 2001
147 18 "Fear and Loathing in Los Angeles" 7N18 March 18, 2001
148 19 "The Continuing Story of Doormat Donny" 7N19 April 8, 2001
149 20 "Elevator Music" 7N22 April 15, 2001
150 21 "Superdork" 7N20 April 22, 2001
151 22 "Rachel Lynn Will Have Her Revenge on San Francisco" 7N21 May 6, 2001
152 23 "Luck Be a Lady" 7N23 May 14, 2001
153 24 "The Last Temptation of Pyro" 7N24 May 20, 2001

Film (2001)Edit

Main article: PuffRuff School: The Movie
Title Release date
PuffRuff School: The Movie August 17, 2001

Season 8 (2001–02)Edit

Main article: Season 8
No. overall No. in season Episode title Production code Original airdate
154 1 "Happy Socially Inept Anniversary" 8N01 September 30, 2001
155 2 "Camp Disrespect" 8N02 October 7, 2001
156 3 "The Computer Wore Dennis Shoes" 8N03 October 14, 2001
157 4 "All's Swell That Ends Swell" 8N06 October 21, 2001
158 5 "The Spy Who Hated Me" 8N05 November 11, 2001
159 6 "Driver's Head" 8N04 November 18, 2001
160 7 "When Pigs Lie" 8N07 November 25, 2001
161 8 "Raiders of the Lost Park" 8N08 December 2, 2001
162 9 "The Gymnastic Four" 8N10 January 20, 2002
163 10 "The Incredible Shrinking MJ" 8N09 January 27, 2002
164 11 "The Devil and Mr. Rexton" 8N11 February 10, 2002
165 12 "Electric Googaloo" 8N12 February 17, 2002
166 13 "Working Class Hog" 8N15 February 24, 2002
167 14 "Exchanged Student" 8N13 March 10, 2002
168 15 "All You Need Is Glove" 8N14 March 17, 2002
169 16 "Saved by the Cell" 8N16 March 24, 2002
170 17 "Dude, Where's My Card?" 8N17 April 7, 2002
171 18 "The Miseducation of Emily Jordan" 8N18 April 14, 2002
172 19 "Imperfect Chemistry" 8N19 April 21, 2002
173 20 "The Adventures of Rex Dangerfield Across the 8th Dimension" 8N20 May 5, 2002
174 21 "It Takes a State of Millions to Hold Us Back" 8N21 May 12, 2002

Season 9 (2002–03)Edit

Main article: Season 9
No. overall No. in season Episode title Production code Original airdate
175 1 "Breakin' the News" 9N02 September 22, 2002
176 2 "The Great Chili Caper" 9N01 September 29, 2002
177 3 "Chicken Soup for the Delusional Soul" 9N03 October 6, 2002
178 4 "(The Worst Part Of) Breaking Up" 9N06 October 13, 2002
179 5 "Whose Lie Is It Anyway?" 9N04 November 3, 2002
180 6 "Pyro the Genius" 9N05 November 10, 2002
181 7 "It's a Mad, Mad, Mad Mall" 9N07 November 17, 2002
182 8 "Burning Hairlines Give You So Much More" 9N08 November 24, 2002
183 9 "Jingle All the Wayne" 9N09 December 8, 2002
184 10 "License to Phil" 9N11 February 2, 2003
185 11 "The Wrong Side of the Wed" 9N12 February 9, 2003
186 12 "Cruising for Burgers" 9N10 February 16, 2003
187 13 "The Original Kings of Corn" 9N13 February 23, 2003
188 14 "Bless This Mess" 9N14 March 9, 2003
189 15 "MJ, Kirby and the Jack of Hearts" 9N15 March 16, 2003
190 16 "Mr. Wayne's Vacation" 9N16 March 23, 2003
191 17 "The Road to Colorado" 9N18 April 6, 2003
192 18 "Meddle of Honor" 9N17 April 13, 2003
193 19 "Be True to Your School" 9N19 April 20, 2003
194 20 "When Numbers Get Serious" 9N21 April 27, 2003
195 21 "Andrew's Last Stand" 9N22 May 4, 2003
196 22 "Yo! Dumb Rush the Show" 9N20 May 11, 2003
197 23 "The Umpire Strikes Back" 9N23 May 18, 2003

Season 10 (2003–04)Edit

Main article: Season 10
No. overall No. in season Episode title Production code Original airdate
198 1 "Kissing in Action" 10N01 September 21, 2003
199 2 "Pyro vs. Summer School" 10N02 September 28, 2003
200 3 "Be There or Be Spare" 10N04 October 5, 2003
201 4 "There's No Business Like Snow (Cone) Business" 10N03 October 12, 2003
202 5 "We're Only in It for the Dummy" 10N05 October 26, 2003
203 6 "A Fistful of Tokens" 10N06 November 9, 2003
204 7 "Reality Fights" 10N08 November 16, 2003
205 8 "When Francis Came to Town" 10N07 November 23, 2003
206 9 "101 Ways to Destroy a School" 10N09 January 18, 2004
207 10 "One Lazy Summer" 10N10 January 25, 2004
208 11 "If 7 Was 9" 10N12 February 8, 2004
209 12 "Son of Rex Dangerfield" 10N11 February 15, 2004
210 13 "Lean Green Milling Machine" 10N13 February 22, 2004
211 14 "A Nightmare on Rockwell Street" 10N14 March 7, 2004
212 15 "Documentary, My Dear" 10N15 March 14, 2004
213 16 "The Father, the Son, and the Holy Travis" 10N18 March 21, 2004
214 17 "To Tell the Booth" 10N16 April 4, 2004
215 18 "Escape from the Janitor's Closet" 10N17 April 11, 2004
216 19 "Blingin' in the Rain" 10N19 April 18, 2004
217 20 "'Til There Was Glue" 10N21 April 25, 2004
218 21 "Always Crashing in the Same Car" 10N20 May 2, 2004
219 22 "Return of Superdork" 10N22 May 9, 2004
220 23 "Kirby v. America" 10N23 May 16, 2004
221 24 "Our Very Own Graduation" 10N24 May 23, 2004
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