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The sixth season of the American animated television series PuffRuff School originally aired on Fox between September 17, 1999 and May 19, 2000, and consists of 23 episodes. This season was later released on DVD in Region 1 on August 15, 2006, and in Regions 2 and 4 on October 9, 2006.


No. overall No. in season Title Original airdate Production code
105 1 "Das Blimp" September 17, 1999 6N01
The kids accidentally get trapped inside the school's new self-driving blimp.
106 2 "Much to Do About Nothing" September 24, 1999 6N02
The kids try to make the most of a boring day off.
107 3 "War and Pizza" October 8, 1999 6N04
Pyro becomes a delivery boy for a pizza shop, but soon gets into trouble with a rival pizza place.
108 4 "The Phantom Tennis" October 15, 1999 6N03
Kirby must win a deadly game of tennis to avoid selling his soul.
109 5 "Jeerleaders" October 22, 1999 6N05
MJ tries out for the basketball cheerleading squad, but the other girls on the squad have plans against her.
110 6 "Tropical Hot Dog Night" November 5, 1999 6N06
The kids offer to help the staff on their upcoming getaway cruise.
111 7 "Balls on Parade" November 12, 1999 6N08
The kids are chosen to build a float for the San Francisco Anniversary Parade, but they go overboard with the task.
112 8 "The Great Pain Robbery" November 19, 1999 6N07
The kids get a new substitute gym teacher named Mr. Sowseed, who has a harder way of teaching the class. However, when they find out he has kidnapped their regular gym teacher Mr. Williams, it's up to them to save him.
Guest stars: Clancy Brown
113 9 "Next of Pumpkin" November 26, 1999 6N09
The kids enter the school's pumpkin competition with their eyes set on the prize of $400,000.
Guest stars: Maynard James Keenan
114 10 "Mr. Ableman Goes to Washington" January 21, 2000 6N10
Kirby travels to Washington, D.C. to propose a law that could change the face of education.
115 11 "Substitute Impeacher" February 4, 2000 6N11
Kirby and MJ set out to prove that Pyro's political opponent cheated in the student council election.
116 12 "The Date (or, How I Learned to Stop Worrying and Like MJ)" February 11, 2000 6N13
Andrew tries to convince Kirby to go on a "getting-to-know-you date" with MJ.
117 13 "War of the Words" February 25, 2000 6N12
Kirby is persuaded by his friends to participate in the National Spelling Bee, but he has trouble dealing with the pressure.
118 14 "Little Man on Campus" March 10, 2000 6N14
Andrew wants to choose his own university rather than having one assigned for him.
119 15 "None of Your Business" March 17, 2000 6N15
Kirby and Andrew get jobs at the grocery store, but their work soon pits them against each other.
120 16 "Top Nun" March 24, 2000 6N16
Pyro is assigned to accompany a nun named Sister Lee on her visit to PuffRuff Middle School.
121 17 "Field of Daydreams" March 31, 2000 6N20
When Pyro begins to fall asleep more frequently in class, MJ, Kirby and Andrew try to figure out what's causing it.
122 18 "...And on the Seventh Day, Rest" April 7, 2000 6N21
The kids agree to participate in a weeklong school lock-in so they can win tickets to a concert.
123 19 "The Week of Living Dangerously" April 14, 2000 6N17
Pyro tries to get Kirby to start doing activities outside his comfort zone.
124 20 "Confessions of a Mediocre Artist" April 21, 2000 6N19
Andrew fears that his art is getting worse.
125 21 "Do the Wright Thing" May 5, 2000 6N18
MJ sees something special in a new boy named Darren Wright that her mother disapproves of.
126 22 "The Analog Kid" May 12, 2000 6N22
Kirby is hired as a technician as part of his intenship for a computer company, but gradually becomes frustrated with his job.
127 23 "Chili Com Carnival" May 19, 2000 6N23
The kids persuade Principal Michael to help them organize a carnival to benefit the school. However, the growing animosity between the kids threatens to ruin the event.
Note: Last episode to use traditional cel animation



  • This is the last season of the series to use traditional ink-and-paint animation.
  • This is the first season of the series with co-producer Sean Andrews as showrunner and director, as Trevor Jordan and Nicholas Pockes had left the show to begin work on Jordan's other series Tj's World.
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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)