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The first season of the American animated television series PuffRuff School originally aired on Fox between October 9, 1994 and March 19, 1995, and consists of 13 episodes. This season was later released on DVD in Region 1 on December 11, 2001, and in Regions 2 and 4 on January 7, 2002.


No. overall No. in season Title Original airdate Production code
1 1 "Pilot" October 9, 1994 1N01
Emily "MJ" Jordan initially struggles to adapt to her new life at PuffRuff Middle School. But along the way, she finds friends in scientist and aspiring inventor Kirby Ableman, comic book junkie Pyro Rexton, and art student Andrew Anderson.
2 2 "The Biz Kid" October 16, 1994 1N02
Pyro discovers the wonders of the stock market.
3 3 "Octoberween" October 23, 1994 1N04
The school's annual Halloween party goes awry when Pyro accidentally unleashes an evil spirit onto the school.
4 4 "Green with Envy" October 30, 1994 1N03
Pyro becomes jealous of Kirby's success, so he tries to copy his lifestyle in order to catch up with him.
5 5 "The Host with the Most" November 6, 1994 1N05
The kids attempt to rebel against their gameshow co-host-turned-substitute teacher Sandra Ophelia, who bosses them around at every turn.
6 6 "Par for the Course" November 13, 1994 1N06
Pyro tries to get MJ, Kirby and Andrew to help him defeat his mini-golf rival Christian Hartman in a rematch of a game from when they both were younger.
7 7 "Field Trip of Doom" November 27, 1994 1N07
When they're forced onto a field trip with the short-tempered bus driver Mrs. Black, the kids try to make the best of the situation.
8 8 "Untitled Christmas Episode" December 4, 1994 1N13
Kirby, Pyro and Andrew try to help MJ get her holiday spirit back.
9 9 "Kirby the Lie Detector" February 12, 1995 1N08
Kirby suspects that Pyro cheated on a math test.
10 10 "Milkshaken Identity" February 19, 1995 1N09
Andrew decides to take a job at Milkshake Palace in order to raise his allowance, but he discovers that the job is harder than he anticipated.
11 11 "Great Dodgeballs of Fire" February 26, 1995 1N10
MJ tries to help the boys pass the dodgeball unit.
12 12 "Friday the 14th" March 12, 1995 1N11
When strange events happen at PuffRuff Middle School, Pyro suspects that it may have something to do with the date being Friday, March 14th.
13 13 "Television Is an Idiot Box" March 19, 1995 1N12
TV producer Leigh Reader and cameraman Maxwell Markson come to San Francisco to film a reality show about PuffRuff Middle School. However, things fall apart when the kids discover their true intentions.
Guest stars: Shelley Long and Penn Jillette
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Main characters
Supporting characters
Mr. WayneMr. ConstancePrincipal MichaelMrs. JordanMarcusMr. AblemanMrs. AblemanMr. RextonMr. AndersonMrs. Anderson
Recurring characters
MikeWestleyChristianHughRachelChloeAmyDarrenDennisJonathanBrittneyPhilWadeCindyStevenJimmyTravisFrancisEricDr. LightmanMr. EldoradoMrs. OpheliaLeigh ReaderMaxwell MarksonMrs. PetersonMr. ArtmanMr. GoodmanMr. SowseedMr. WilliamsMr. OaksMindyRex DangerfieldDonald ShmartanoggerDoormat DonnyBennyStacySister LeeSallyJohn Saint MartinWilliam J. JamesonLanaKellyKatieJeff HannemanIT-1
PuffRuff Middle SchoolAquarius DinerSan Francisco SupermallSan Francisco MegaplexThe Belt StoreSuper Land Amusement ParkSamCoMilkshake PalaceFlipTopStarlite ArcadeCorn KingdomRuffPuff Junior HighCoolCo Toy Company
PuffRuff School: The Movie (2001)
Video games
PuffRuff School: Class Wars (1998) • PuffRuff School: Super Mega City Mania (2002)